|One of my faves.|
Mediocre SocietyHow can you live like this?Mediocre Society by laura-o0o
We live trying to hide our fear
I know it
I can see it
I can feel it
Fear to everything
To go out one day and never come back
To get shot while you're with your family
To never get to say goodbye to the ones you love
You can't smile to no one because no one smiles back
You can't talk about it because no one listens
You must shut up and face it
You can't sleep
You don't want to wake up
You surrender to a fake world where you are the one pulling the trigger
It seems like you're already dead
You can't find support to live
No support to do something
No hope to see an answer
Fear everyone, everywhere, every time
My fear is this
It's so normal now
It's so pathetic
How can children be raised without smiles?
How can we survive alone?
How can you stand there and watch everyone die?
How can you pretend there's no pain?
How can you live with it?
How can you call this a society?
In the years before graduating at the top of his EEMT class at TRW in 1985, Mr. Victory was employed at Texas Instrument’s TICAC division at the time of TI99/4A, one of the first Personal Computers and was directly involved with the first manufacturer sponsored computer education in history. |
After these experiences, he joined with Carl E Lewis in 1987 and they founded the Pleaides Brain Trust, which included the father of electropolymers, Matt Aldissi; as well as noted artist and playwright, Charles Mingus III and Nelson Harrison, Jazz legend and scholar. Many of the projects Mr. Victory pursues today had their roots in this organization. For the last twenty-eight years, he has developed Audio, Video and Graphics supercomputers, Textile printers, Audio Recording systems, Massive Memory systems and linguistic based Adaptive Artificial Intelligence systems, as well as the Universal E-Commerce system known as 4EComm amongst others. In his 8 years with Pleaides, he worked on many projects including the Gossamer Satellite and Media Park.
He also has experience in all phases of Broadcast, has been part of broadcast history, and has been involved with his family business as well.
He was the 9th person to be inducted into the J. Sterling Morton Honor Society. He has also been an Intel consultant, a Phillips Adviser, and EDC Consultant. He has also been asked to consult with on storage systems using his research model of the Human Thought Process© and Adaptive Artificial Intelligence© as the basis for the future of Data Storage and Memory Systems and Software.
Current Residence: Republic of Texas
deviantWEAR sizing preference: XL
Print preference: Matte
Favourite genre of music: almost all
Favourite photographer: Hurrell - Karsch- Ansel Adams
Favourite style of art: all
Operating System: Vista
MP3 player of choice: Unite
Shell of choice: ?
Wallpaper of choice: one of mine
Skin of choice: serpentia
Favourite cartoon character: Doonesbury
Personal Quote: "Today's Dreams are Tomorrow's reality"