A regular Joe with a peculiar noodle inside his helmet. Loves to write and is constantly fighting the forces of evil.
If you were in a time-traveling machine that needed excess speed to actually time travel, like the car from the movie Back to the Future, and you accidentally hit someone, killing the person, would you go to the authorities or simply flee the scene? Yes, it would be a horrible thing to do. So, should time travelers be exempt from accidentally killing someone while in the process of time traveling? That would be a big no, but a tragic incident like that could happen when time-traveling or, at least, when time travel becomes possible.
Mundane tediousness This feeling grows inside But I'm still here After all these years The feelings inside Disguised in a well-planned facade
Do you believe in time travel? Is it really possible that it can be done! I watch all these crazy time-traveling documentaries on the Discovery Channel and History Channel, and they always drive me nuts due to my intuitive and inquiring brain. I know that time travel has been a dream for mankind, and it is a fascinating subject to talk about. It’s crazy, and I love it! Imagine if it was true!
I always feel like I’m being duped The smaller things destroy my mind Now I feel this crazy sensation Of hatred and being hated
When I was a kid, around 10-years-old, I had this idea that I was constantly being watched. It got into my head that there were miniature cameras all over the place and that my direct family was a bunch of agents that were in on it. It was just a thought that sprung into my head one day. I knew that it was not true, obviously or hopefully, but as a kid, at that age, I asked myself, “what if?”
When Jimi Hendrix came up in the 60s, he was different and introduced to the youth of those times something very new! The music he brought to the industry was groundbreaking. Yes, he played mostly blues, but he turned it into his own style. He brought a huge piece of bread to the music industry table. On top of reinventing guitar playing, his music also took on a different perspective. Hendrix’s music represented freedom at many levels. He became a guitar god and is admired by musicians from all trades even in modern times.
No time to keep it hidden It makes people blind And we love that noise As some people stay clear of it Because the loudness pounds
Silent desperation in an endless flight and all the fumes blaze in my head upon infinite melancholy intertwined with bliss.