It comes from an N64 video game called Dukem Nukem it was a big inspiration. The main character would always believe it was a good day to die and so they would do their best to save the world on that day. They would keep on dying. The players never understood what the end of the game meant, there was an easter egg inside that left a clue. I think the easter egg was wisdom and hope.

There’s a game that children play called Alpha. Most of us play this game all the way up until we’re adults and the results are chaos, a nuclear war!

The main character’s mission was top secret and I think the players had to figure out what it was by playing the video game. I think his mission was not to just win the nuclear war, it was to win the nuclear war by not killing anybody… it’s a near-impossible task. Many players came up with their theories. Some thought it was all about the weapons. A lot of players had trouble figuring out his mission. Some tried winning by killing.

So their theories…

Some thought it was the guns, if you get bigger guns you’ll have more power, but that wasn’t it. Some thought it was the equips, if you have better accessories you can create more scenarios for other players to kill each other leaving you the victor. I heard when I was little that there was one theory where all the players had to combine their theories in some way and if they found a common theme, then they would find the answer. The moral of the story is I never figured it out. I was horrible at the video game. My brothers and friends beat me all the time. For some reason, though, I thought it was the most peaceful game I ever played because we were able to learn through playing, without inflicting damage on each other. So I figured the true moral of the story was have fun and play games.The thing I did love about it was I got to do something with my brothers without anyone really getting hurt unless they rage quit. The funny thing is whenever I lost I never rage quit and I think they thought I had the secret all along so they asked me what it was and I made up a story just like what I thought it would be.

I believe everyone should have their say and everyone should have the opportunity to not listen if they don’t want to.

“The philosophy of the stand-alone complex”


I also believe that I may not agree with what you have to say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it. At the same time I have the right not to listen and as long as no one gets angry and resorts to violence, then all is fair in the games of love and war

At the same time if you can’t read the situation you can just hear no evil, speak no evil, and see no evil and go live in the woods like a hermit or someone similar


I’m a huge nerd on a quest


I have defended and died. Here is my certificate.

With the death of my humanity, I have just one last hope Jedi, you.

Use this Golden Mirror in your quest and think positive thoughts only. May the odds be ever in your favor.

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