April 21st, 2003


Say Anything

The address to the graduating class of Hobart College can be found here.

I have seen ten years of young men who rush out into the world with their messages, and when they find how deaf the world is, they think they must save their strength and wait. They believe that after a while they will be able to get up on some little eminence from which they can make themselves heard. "In a few years," reasons one of them, "I shall have gained a standing, and then I shall use my powers for good." Next year comes and with it a strange discovery. The man has lost his horizon of thought, his ambition has evaporated; he has nothing to say. I give you this one rule of conduct. Do what you will, but speak out always. Be shunned, be hated, be ridiculed, be scared, be in doubt, but don't be gagged. The time of trial is always. Now is the appointed time.

Scary religious people

I'm always drawn in by the idea of shadowy groups controlling governments from behind the scenes.

These people actually do it. Infiltrated by a reporter, they reveal quite how many people they control and how many countries they are active in...


What is my real name:
Where did we meet:
How long have you known me:
How well do you know me:
Do I smoke:
When you 1st saw me what did you think:
My hair & eye color:
Have you ever had a crush on me:
What's one of my favorite things to do:
One of the first things I said to you:
What's my favorite type of music:
What's my best physical feature:
Am I shy or outgoing:
Would you say I'm funny:
Am I a rebel or do I follow the rules:
Any special talents I have:
Would you consider me a friend:
Have you ever seen me cry:
A good nickname for me would be:
Am I in love, and with who:
Say anything to me here:
Have I ever been hospitalized and what for:
Have I ever had a crush on you: