Cartoon attempt at the Johnny 5 robot. Pretty rubbish.
This blog is somewhat a mix of thoughts, moans, and somewhere in between, there is a mix of aspirations deep at its core beyond these ramblings.
I often find myself wondering what life would be like if things were different, maybe I’d be in better places, or even have a better experience.
Who knows, right? Perhaps we are all dealt different cards in life to mix it up a bit, after all, not all of us can be in the same field of interest, and nor can we be the same as one another because that would make life a complete drag. But, I guess the critical thing here is that we are not all alike, and in the end, we will all excel in some way, and that’s even if life doesn’t go the way you envisioned it.
My goals in life are simple, find something you like and stick to it. Even though in hindsight, I should have stopped myself after the third hobby because trying to remember everything these days is becoming a task in itself.
When I was about sixteen, I would think of things that I wanted to do after the school years came to an end. Obviously, you grow up with an idea of what you want to do in earlier years, but that is through the eyes of pre-adolescent imagination. At this point, all they know about is Santa Claus, The Easter Bunny, and The Tooth Fairy. It isn’t focused on how they are going to make a difference to this world. And I am no exception from this. As I grew up, my life was focused a lot on computer technology, and in some ways shaped who I am. I use technology every day, and it makes everything more accessible, it’s like that central point that glues it all together.
I’ve dabbled into many things authoring, programming, web design, computer repair, podcasting, music production, and even making YouTube videos. And in their own little ways, they have all given me somewhat of a success. Which seems backwards considering my background. I was a school drop out at fifteen and a half with a list of failed GCSE’s, minus the French A star that I got without attending the exam, and neither knowing more than old Del Boy and his backwards Citreon manual. If you don’t get the reference, I would suggest doing a Google Search for “Del Boy Citreon Manual.”
I have also faced many limitations due to birth issues because of Cerebral Palsy being lovingly placed upon me. Not a big deal, but it sure has its moments. People always say that what we lack in physical ability, we then gain in mental capacity. Sometimes I think I am the smartest person going, that is until you are sat there dribbling down your own shirt and not knowing how to count to three. True story, I wish it wasn’t.
But, despite all this, I have been able to lead a tolerable life. It may not be the best, but it certainly isn’t the worst. Even though I wish things were more comfortable, especially for the hobbies that I want people to remember me for in years to come. Life’s success isn’t measured in silly numbers, it is in fact, regulated by the legacy you lead and the morals you teach to others throughout your time on this planet.
One day, it is my dream to make everyone proud of what I have ensured to be my own success, whether that be hobbies, a great partner, or even a faithful family man. But, I know one thing, it will be because of the core values instilled to me by my parents, and in which, even though not said very often, I genuinely thank them for it. I also thank them for believing in me when life kicks me in the crouch and when their help gets me through the clouded moments.
As you can see, this indeed has turned into a ramble, and somewhere in this, you will find comfort or even humour as I fail to get my core message across. Having a learning disability certainly does this to a person, but I fight through it with a few words and a Grammarly subscription that promptly tells me when I have messed up. But, if you missed the point of this, it was simple.
Live life the best you can no matter what cards you are dealt, for its not the cards that are the problem, it’s how you play them.
Losing a loved one can be the most heartbreaking thing anyone can go through. I recently found this out when I lost my Nan, it broke me for a while and I still haven’t come to terms with her loss. There is no manual to tell you how to cope, nor is there anyone out there that can tell you how to cope. You will only find your own way of dealing with things, so don’t let anyone tell you any different.
This episode is dedicated to Daphne Corn. May you rest in peace Nan, and we will meet again some day.
When it comes to life we all go through things that push us to breaking point, and no matter whether you are the nicest person in the world there is a line that you set that people shouldn’t cross. Once people cross that line that’s it, here comes the side of you that you never want people to experience.
Recent months have shown me that no matter what you do there will always be people who want to push you, use you, or to some degree blame you for actions that were not your own to start with. But, remember, if someone wants to bring you down then that is their issue, not yours.
Handling this behaviour is very easy. Stay humble, and no matter what, never let them defeat you because at the end of the day it is their behaviour issues and insecurities preventing them from leading a settled life. You aren’t the issue here, they are! As the classic Oasis song says “Don’t Look Back in Anger.” That is exactly what you need to do. Don’t look back in anger, and stay humble. Things may affect you in the short-term, but look ahead, the future is there. What you are going through right now is just temporary, and believe me when I tell you this, life gets better and everything fixes in the end. Don’t hold grudges or anger against people, it isn’t worth it.
Live your life like there’s no tomorrow. Love your family with every heartbeat. And most of all, stay humble and don’t let your past be a field of anger. We have a limited time on this earth, use it wisely, and make memories that are worth it.
David apparently shows a time machine, but what he really shows is a cooker digital display and a laptop body. I conclude that David is a fake time traveler, and as a person he is just a engineering hobbyist. You will find the latest video over at ApexTV, link below.
Original Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1260vejJyfQ
Noah the time traveler from the year 2030 recently had an interview with ApexTV, which would see this to be his last interview, or video on this topic. I personally never believed his story, I more saw him as someone who stumbled a lot and just put himself out there for exposure with a fake story. This recent video proved further more that it was fake, he claimed that he had future information concerning North Korea, but I see this as a catalyst to gain more views as it is very relevant in today’s media.
Some stuff that is mentioned is very predictable and people are already predicting it way before this video.
Time Traveler W.D. Davis from the year 2200 claims to have bought back food food from the future. He also gives some insight into future life under water, diseases, and flying cars. I personally don’t believe the guy, but anything could be possible.
In an interview recently with ApexTV a time traveler named John from the year 4000 claims to have bought back a picture of a future car. I don’t think ApexTV made the photo, but I do believe this time traveler made it up as you can find the images on Google.
Noah is a time traveler from the year 2030, and now he meets his future self from the year 2070 in a recent interview with ApexTV. Within in this video I explain why this is exposed as a fake and what my opinion is regarding ApexTV’s video.
Are these videos fake, or do you believe they have some truth to them?
Michael Phillips claims to be a time traveler who was born in the year 2043 and traveled to the year 2075. Apex TV have found another person who has claimed to be a time traveler, but if truth be told these seem to be the work of entertainment rather than real life. The notion of world war 3 starting in 2020 is likely to happen without anyone predicting it as the tension between North Korea and The United States remains very high at any given time.