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Here I am experimenting with dictation

I like writing things on my phone because it kind of Caps out my level of ornament.  Doing daily journals weather on the block or privately is something our turn to perennially. But often when I apply myself to writing daily I easily start trying to make things too complicated. And then my creative energy is mostly spent on doing the saying that was meant to refresh me. What I like about dictation here is that any mistake that happens which is already happened multiple times of forwards a certain ambiguity which it read incorrectly can appear like depth. And since most people misunderstand what I say I trust that it will be read as depth. If people do read it correctly at least there will be a tone that is unique to this daily journal that does not take a lot of my energy.

This reminds me of Montagne. I wonder if Montaigne was the first blocker or if he had the opportunity to blog if he would've chosen blocking over Instagram. Would Montaigne have been more of a Facebook or social media bird. I don't know I do know that doing a daily journal is a way for you to get to know me even if this dictation impedes that knowledge. The benefit that you get from reading this is that it is extremely off-the-cuff and that if a week or two passes I will easily forget what I had said and if you cut pro to me and asking what I meant by if Montagne is a social media bird I would be like what the heck do you mean. I've never said that before? Anyway. 

Home Alone and American Virtues

Home Alone and American Virtues

October 4th, 2016