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James (onimarusflu) wrote,
@ 2004-02-18 15:22:00
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    Today was beautiful. I awoke a half hour later than I was supposed to start work. No biggy though, got all my work done, except one stop which I will be able to pick up tomorrow morning barring any alarm clock fiascos. Today I came up with a new idea that will ad pleasure to nearly everyones life. Once (or more if necessary but not too much) you should let out a scream at the top of your lungs. Try it now if you like. Don't be afraid. Belt it out and then focus on how you feel. Yeah, pretty cool huh. I'm no scientist but I'm pretty sure such a gut wrenching scream releases endorphins into your body. Do you feel a little edgy? As if you are quite a bit more ready for anything that comes along? Perhaps if you were tired like I was when I had my scream today you are more awake. I think it put me in a better mood because I realized how silly I must have looked screaming at the top of my lungs 6:30 am. I did it again a few minutes ago right after I got out of work. I was waiting for the drive-thru lady to give me my total when I decided to just let it fly. It was even better than before! I believe it was because this time someone heard it. Now I'm curious to see how it defers based on time and space. So if all you who read this (assuming you are a "doer") should help me out. Here's a schedule you should try to adhere to so that we could get a little consistency.

    Monday-when you wake up between hours of 6-10 am






    Sunday-Don't scream

    And just to be clear when I say scream I mean SCREAM! You should be riding the edge of blowing out your larnyx

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