Thursday, December 22, 2011

I don't have time to write up Capo right now. Understanding will come in time.

Yesterday and today are important. A man stood up with a select few and fell.

I remember reading that post as Maurice and fuming.

I was livid at the stupidity. I was so angry.

I hated him. I hated how dumb, how people loved him, how he thought he would be Jesus.

For weeks, for months, this idea burnt at me, gnawed at me.

And then Zero came back.

That was when I knew I needed to blog, to taunt him taunt all the dumb runners and neurotic fighters.

Until I remembered who I was, and had the courage to become myself again.

Zero may not have saved anyone. He may have damned himself and killed so many people for no reason.

But Zero gave me redemption.

I wonder if he'd laugh.

I don't know. But I do know how important Solstice was.

Remember Zero.


  1. Zeros fall should be remembered always as a cautionary tale. But his lasting legacy should not be that fall, but all those he inspired prior to it.

  2. Is today necrophilia day? Between you and Ella, everyone seems to be jumping on last year's bones and rubbing one out over them.

    If you keep looking back at the past, you're gonna walk right off the cliff.

  3. @R: Looking back on the past, and the ability to remember is one of our greatest gifts. All that separates us from the people in masks is our ability to remember.

  4. As long as your nostalgia and sick longing for all those old corpses don't blind you to the dangers yet to come.

    And memory ain't that great of a thing. Eventually, we all just want to forget.

  5. What we want and what we should do are rarely the same thing.

    Looking to the past can be as crippling as ignoring what once was.