Andi-Roo is taking the night off tonight, so I thought I’d pull something from the “vault” (otherwise known as a long forgotten Xanga blog I used to have…). I just thought this was fun, so, with that… Enjoy! ~ The Hubz
I’m a rambling writer and this in no way, well, I shouldn’t say in no way, but it doesn’t completely reflect anything inparticular except that I was writing craziness for the most part when I wrote this, so enjoy it as a bit of crazy rambling instead of taking it seriously… That’s my disclaimer, may it serve as well as the instructions for keeping plastic bags away from small children and have the same legal bindings as those instructions informing you that your coffee is hot, thank you in advance for not suing the crap out of me for my thoughts…
In the beginning there was nothing. Due to the inexplicable nature of nothing, nothing decided to become something at which point all hell broke loose.
Something, understanding now what it was, now set out to create rules for this new wonder it had decided to create.
Understanding that creating something out of nothing was even more inexplicable than nothing itself, it decided it would call the laws to govern this something that now existed Chaos Theory.
Chaos Theory was the theory that nothing was able to be explained and to this point the newly formed something was very pleased with itself, in so far as that it had created a nonsensible circle of nonsense.
Chaos Theory, to the bewilderment of the something started creating new somethings, and soon something was a lot of somethings.
Something started feeling as if it had set in motion too much and decided that every so often it would go back to nothing just to get a fresh start on things.
Coincidentally, a race of people on the planet earth after many generations of existence had begun to feel as if they too had set too many things in motion.
Also, coincidentally, this race of people had set out to make their own rules to understand nothing and something.
In this race of people’s, who from here on in we will call humans, quest to find out where they had come from they invented deities.
When a human disagreed with the rules of another human’s deity they would go to war to determine who was correct.
Coincidentally, no human was ever correct and even stranger, Chaos theory had created this chaos within chaos just for fun and didn’t really care who won.
In a sense, all of this is pointless because eventually something will get fed up with all of the other somethings and create nothing again.
Even more odd than all of this, the humans had begun using a phrase when they became depressed that stated, “There is nothing worth living for” soon to be followed by some type of self inflicted death. These people were, by mere inexplicable self loathing, absolutely correct in their analysis of the universe.
“I went to church last Sunday, so I could sing and pray, but something quite unusual happened on that day!” — Lyle Lovett