Space Trator

December 3, 2006

Space Trator

As I float here,
In the green dim light of the tunnel,
I know I cant get back now,
Back to humanity, stuck in the darkness.

Ground control hasn’t spoken to me,
Two days I have waited. No contact.
I didn’t mean to abandon him,
I thought we would get back.

His face haunts my uncomfortable dream,
Strapped to the wall, still only green lights to comfort me.
No fuel, not much supply of food,
I’m so stupid!

So alone, in this world, a world not a world as such,
My world, my corrupt little delusion.
I lost my friend of 20 years,
All to my mistake.

Miscalculations, misinterpretations.
Spacewalk from hell,
My mind makes me mumble these words,
Words in which no one will hear. Echo’s in a fake environment.

He tangled in the air pipe,
His face red, eyes bulging,
Screaming at me to get him out,
I didn’t listen to him, I was ordered to stop, they didn’t know.

I left, he drifted away, I’m stuck here, they found out.
I have no more that one day left,
I’m a traitor, so they treat me as one,
They are, to them I’m nothing, a man in a $30 tin can.

James Crocker – Written on 30th October 2006

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Dreams

December 3, 2006

Dreams

Dreams are what we are made of,
Memories twisted by interpretation,
Our own being dilutes them
And understanding is halved.

A sense of mist surrounds them,
Blurred to perfection,
Until woken up from delusion
Our mind gives ultimate bliss.

Some are lucid, others aren’t,
Messed up to mean something,
Dreams in sleep, daydreams, distractions,
All programmed by media’s lies.

Folders in our head,
Main points of yesterdays meeting,
Bullet points, scribbles, notes,
All stored in the brains power.

Dreams of what could be done
With our lives, destiny or fate
You might ask inside, deep inside
Which one you will choose.

All thought out for us,
Dreams are mere lies inserted
Into our brains by world control,
Existence is only what we appear to know.

James Crocker – Written on 4th November 2006

Borat Review

December 2, 2006

Jagshamesh,

When I heard about Borat I thought it was going to be a crappy low budget film but I started to hear my friends say some catchphrases from his shows, they were funny, I searched him on the Internet and looked at some of his videos. I noticed he is very good at keeping in character and keeping the accent and he does this extremely well in the film. image2144627.jpgBorat: Cultural Learning’s of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan is the name of the film, even in the title you know it’s Borat. The film shows Borat filming a documentary for his country, Kazakhstan, to try and get idea’s for benefiting it. He travels to America and meets many people on the way, most of which have no idea what he is on about and find him very rude and uneducated. Most of his comedy is “cringe then laugh” comedy, you have to look away from the screen sometimes but once you think about it, it’s actually side splittingly funny! boratcannes1.jpgHis anti-semitism and sexist comments and beliefs add to the funny side of only knowing basic English sayings, most of the stuff which comes from his mouth is insulting in some way. I recommend if you under 15 in the UK don’t try to get in, it is too rude, no I’m joking, I think many people will see it and be disgusted but even more will die laughing! Enjoy, I really recommend Borat because of it’s educational properties, only joking!

9/10

I think in my lifetime, of 15 years, I have done alot of things many people will not get a chance to do, I am lucky to have done these things and I hope more people will get a chance! I choose to do these things because they are amazing experiences and because I can. Im sure I will do more in the future as well.

Here are the top ten experiences of my life (so far) in accending order:

1. I met Derren Brown in High Wycombe after his show, which was AMAZING to say the least, he is very clever with psychology and hypnosis and many people I know look up to him. I am an avid fan of his, proving this by having two autographs of his and all his dvd’s and books! Great guy!

2. Two years ago I went on a trip to Germany to a town called Traben Trarbach with my school, we stayed in a youth hostel, which was very nice, but the trips inside the main trip was what made it extra special. We went to one of the oldest cities in Germany, we went to an amazing castle and did many other things like wine tasting, shhh! Then, in West Germany, I went on a exchange to Leichlingen, a town near to Colougne. I was staying, for a week, with a german my age, they were very nice to me and I had a great time, I respect Germany for being such a beautiful country and giving me happy memories!

3. In Wales there are many caves, I have been caving there many times, not in a club, just with trips, but some that I have done are for experts. I have done very amazing things whilst caving, rock climbing with 100ft drops, swimming in a disused mine, squeezing through a 20ft tunnel just as wide as me. I love the adrenaline rush whilst caving, I’d do it again anyday, I’d love to do that cave where you base jump in!

4. Snowdon in Wales is 3560ft (1085m) high, I climbed not only this mountain but many others in the horse shoe of mountains as well! Also what made it hard was the extreme cold and rainy weather blowing against my face and knowing I wouldnt see the view because of clouds, I wish I could, it would have made the experience a whole lot better!

5. A year ago in easter I went on holiday to St Lucia, the whole holiday was good and some other things I did are in my top 10 but this is number 4, when we got there we got asked if we wanted to fly in a helicopter to an airport the other side of the island instead of having a 3 hour bus ride. The helicopter ride only took 20 mins and it was a great experience, that feeling you get in your stomach when going over a bump in the road, well, this was applified 10 times! The views were amazing also! I may upload a video of it!

To be continued (6-10)