Hoc Est Qui Sumus (discoflamingo) wrote,
Hoc Est Qui Sumus
discoflamingo

Why can't I meditate like a Thri-Kreen?

Seriously. This "sleeping through everything that should disrupt my sleep" thing has just about pissed me off beyond mortal comprehension. Why do human beings need sleep? I think it's time for an upgrade.

To begin with, I want to never sleep. Just chill, for, say, 4-8 hours at a time. My "crack research" scientists tell me this should work perfectly well, along with the disposable limbs idea I had earlier today, in my dreams. Rock.

Don't forget folks, there's a lot to be learned about being better humans from well-read animals.

While we're on the topic of some serious upgrades, how's about constructing a new language? Apparently, this guy has made three very respectable languages, already in use by races of fantasy beings. No offense, but that's 50 yards ahead of Esperanto, which as far I as can tell is in use only by a certain friend of mine named [YAH noesh] McGhie, and one of his friends, and most of Eastern Europe and Brazil. Klingon, of course, has superseded both Esperanto and Navajo in the "most-used" by human being category- no surprises here, I suppose.

I'm not wearing any pants -
film at eleven

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