Five-Hundred Word Challenge 780: Stop Saying

To be active is a most rewarding thing as to be active is the way that you get to be active.

Some people do not get to be active. Some people do. some people choose and some people do not. That is the way of things. That is what I am claiming is the way of things. I don’t actually know if it is indeed the way of things, but that is what I am claiming and I refuse to back down until I back down. Who knows when that will be? Certainly not me.

So anyway, I’m here and I’m doing the writing thing and soon there will be the processing of the photos as those have piled up a little more than I had hoped, but sometimes that is the way things happen. Right now the being lazy has helped exacerbate that problem, but hopefully the act of not being lazy will help to diminish it. Such is the way that things go on the odd occasion. I know I’ve said that before and I won’t stop saying it. I don’t know why. Perhaps it creates some sort of ironic juxtaposition between the tenuous filament of terse discourse and self-critical awareness.

So anyway, I’m doing the writing thing. I guess you can see that. I’ll try to stop saying at least that line. Help clear up a bit of space and all that. Leave some room for some sort of content, though this is all empty space at the end of the day. It is an endless canvass of words that does not loop upon itself. It just keeps on going and I don’t know where it will end, assuming it will end at all. I need to stop doing that, or perhaps continue. I’m not really sure right now. I’m just conjuring words.

Speaking of conjuration, I think that I need to move on and toward some other subject. Maybe I should discuss marine life from this point onward. Don’t really know, but perhaps I will give it a go. Don’t know what will happen, but there is always hope that there will be some sort of success.

So there is this great body of water that some people refer to as a large body of water. It is on the planet that we refer to as the planet upon which we, as humans, predominantly reside. On this planet there is water and there is a fair bit of it. There is more than a small amount. Inside the water there are organisms that exist. They are often not humans and that is fine as these creatures are more adapt at living in an area immersed within a liquid body than they are immersed in an airy body. Such is the way of things.

Some of these creatures get air in the water and some don’t. That is also part o f how things go.

That covers some things. Tune in next time for (maybe) some more.

The time it took to write five-hundred words: 05:31:06

This is rather messy and repetitive in places. I don’t think there’s enough focus.
The writing about the ocean makes me think that I should write more about marine stuff, especially considering my undergrad degree. Should really start talking about what I learned and what I do and don’t know a bit more.

Written at home.

About Stupidity Hole

I'm some guy that does stuff. Hoping to one day fill the internet with enough insane ramblings to impress a cannibal rat ship. I do more than I probably should. I have a page called MS Paint Masterpieces that you may be interested in checking out. I also co-run Culture Eater, an online zine for covering the arts among other things. We're on Patreon!
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2 Responses to Five-Hundred Word Challenge 780: Stop Saying

  1. What is your undergrad degree? I think the realization that humans don’t live in all the areas of the earth that are water is really interesting. I like that idea. I think it could go in a lot of directions.

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