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zero 01-24-2005 06:57 PM

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zero 01-27-2005 11:23 AM


zero 01-28-2005 03:50 PM

stair diving
 
i think if there were more people like this guy there would be less people like this guy

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an intellectual inquiry


you may be asking yourself what the point is there to diving or falling intentionally down a flight of stairs. the simple answer is that there is no point, that one throws themselves down a flight of stairs simply to entertain others. a good laugh from a crowd can be an exhilarating moment. the longer answer is that there are some deep philosophical reasons behind this seemingly pointless act of madness. nothing illustrates better the zen principles of cause and effect than a controlled plunge down a staircase. one's clarity of mind while in motion is almost soothing, completely transfixed on the moment. afterwards, the pain reminds one of their humanity and the how ethereal our bodies truly are.

this phenomenon also raises questions from an ornithological position as well. what is it in human nature that compels us to risk our physical well being for only a temporary solace from the fire of human despair? where does the desire to entertain others come from? Why is it that people see some obstacle or force of nature and feel some need to overcome and control it? although i have no answers to these questions i know there is something to be said for looking up from the bottom of long flight of steps and know that you are stronger because of it.


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zero 02-11-2005 10:56 AM

 




 

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