Thursday, June 29, 2006


Relationships start off like a giant block of ice, we look at it from every angel and side and think of what we would like to mould this frozen structure into something beautiful. This is not an easy task, as we chisel away to create this thing of beauty, some of us a fortunate to make something grand, a few flaws here and there but nothing that is unbearably obvious, then there are those of us who keeping working the ice and manage to divide it and have two things or beauty one in which we work first until it is broken and we are unable to manage it much longer, and the second we find that we are able to live with despite a slight meltdown and a few cracks. The problem is when we are unable to make a thing of beauty and we continue to chisel until there is nothing left, we get on our hands and knees to try and scoop up the remains of what could of and should have been something beautiful. Our block of ice is not only ours to sculpt it takes a team effort to determine whether or not it will be a thing of beauty or we shall chisel to the size of an ice cube. The fact remains that we all have different views of beauty and the way we want to sculpt the ice, the key is to find a sculptor who shares a similar vision of beauty, someone who does not care for the judgment of what other people perceive as beautiful. Then together you can sculpt this vision you both share and despite its slight imperfections and cracks, when kept in the right condition this vision may be kept for as long as the two sculptors agree on its beauty.

Monday, June 26, 2006


Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Don't hate the player, hate the game

Ladies and gents I hate game players, people who actively play mind games in order to manipulate people to get what they want. It's frustrating, confusing and down right pointless, especially for those people who are open and honest and don't beat around the bush about what it is that they want. When a person is caught out for trying to play games they usually turn around and say a phrase like: 'don't hate the player, hate the game". Most of us do hate the game! Who would invent such a thing as playing games like that, messing with a persons mind, you know what gets to me though? Despite how much we all hate it, we all take a part in it, some time or another in our lives we go and play games and only when it blows up in our face do we stop. Is there a true point to all this game playing when a person can be open and honest and still get what it is that they desire?

Friday, June 16, 2006


Why is it that people hack into others accounts, change their passwords so they cant get to their stuff? Tell me what kind of a low life does this? When a person has done nothing wrong and they try to get online to speak to friends and use things which are important which are held in an email account and they cant because some wanker has changed the password what do you do? You start all over again, and that just pissed me off, I haven't been having a very good week at all this is like icing on my shit cake. So if your reading this now, I have a message for you, crawl into a hole and die-thanks. I guess that's one bad thing about the net, that anyone can hac into anything if they really wanted...Truly nothing is safe, or sacred which is just sucky. When I turn around and say society sucks and people around say why, this is the reason! Luckily my blog is still intact, *phew* anyone got any ideas how I can back it up?

Sunday, June 11, 2006

My family are people too

I was raised with an all Italian background, and I was brought up with, not only the old Italian traditions and ways but also the implication that you should have respect for your elders and your family and even if they are wrong, however I was born and raised here in Australia with the attitude to be my own person and do my own thing whilst still having respect. Over the last few years I have grown with the knowledge, that my family and elders, although I love and respect them, are just people too, people can be stupid, ignorant and purely impossible to deal with, and with this in the back of my mind I have stood up to my family and elders time and time again. No matter how many times I get yelled out and put down I pick myself up again because I was born with a choice and the freedom to express my emotions and opinions, no one can hold me back when I have to get something off my chest. Tonight one of my parents demonstrated the cowardice of respecting your elders despite that what this elder does to one of my parents causes them great grief and in turn this parent lashes out at me and my sisters, not physically or even verbally, just gives us the vibe of superiority because they gave us life. It makes me sick, I had enough, tonight I turned around and said "you are jealous of me because I have the balls to do what you cant, just because you are my parent doesn't mean your not also a person, people make mistakes, grow some balls and stop being hurt by stupid people." it was hard and it hurt me because I know the suffering my parent has endured because of this traditional way of thinking. I am lucky because I have all the freedom's in the world and my parents are more educated then there forefathers and do not hold this tradition to such a high standard. I draw the line at being silent for respect, respect for a person who cannot return it to me because of my age, gender and family relation. I'm always going to argue and fight against ignorant and stupid people because I know that my family are just people too.

Thursday, June 08, 2006


I don't know about you guys but I am absolutely pumped for the soccer, I cant wait I've got the whole thing mapped out, no really I do, it's going to be awesome. For me I have two teams which I hope to see go through to the finals or at least play to the greatest ability, Australia and Italy, but I'm going to be realistic and say this before anyone says it before me, there are some magnificent teams out there who I know are going to do exceedingly well. But I want to see as much of this as I possibly can! Who is everyone else routing for?

Saturday, June 03, 2006

It's all about the clicky

More then once in your life you will get asked the questions, what makes a person attractive and what physical attributes do you look for in a person? My response is that looks are not the most important thing, for me its all about the clicky. The clicky is having an attraction to someone, something that makes you stop and think about that person in a more then friendly manner. We are all different and we each of us has a different view of what constitutes as a good looking person, most of us aren't shallow and have a general view on what we think is attractive, so is it necessary to get the approval of society in order to think that someone is good looking in our own eyes and mind? The clicky is not only for physical purposes, a person can also be attractive and a generally nice and good person but there may be no other essence there, if this weren't true we'd all be dating our mates. So for me when it comes to deciding whether or not someone is going to be my friend or my friendlier it's all about the clicky.