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December 19th 2005

Just wanted to point out that CellarDoor tried hard to get an improved version of Nameless' Expulsion Remix of Somos. I've overwritten the old version, since the new one is definitely better! Go and get it here. (Search for "expulsion", as usual! ^^)

December 11th 2005

If you don't know what to put on your christmas wishlist, maybe you could try to convince someone to buy you this here. If we get 50 orders in, you may get your tshirt already next year! Um, yeah. Shortly after christmas.

Okay, I'm not good at advertising, I admit it. I'm desperately trying to sell t-shirts here like all those big websites out there. It would've probably already been sold out if I received 100,000 visits a day, but since I only get so many visits in 1600 years I rely on every visitor who reads this.

So if you want to make me a christmas present, order a t-shirt. I'd appreciate it.

If you're not happy with the design of the t-shirt and if you would order a t-shirt if it were something else, please send me an e-mail and tell me about your ideas.

Thank you very much.

December 06th 2005

I'm very proud to provide you with a link to the latest remixes of the guy called Nameless. Click here, search for the "nameless" files, download and listen. Since they're both remixes (or interpretations) of the song "Somos" they're now part of the official HQA Soundtrack.

I've also added one of my current experiments to the projects section...

November 22nd 2005

It is a sad time when you see smiling faces around you and you're holding the dagger in your hands that will make them cry.

November 13th 2005

Whenever you start writing a story you give birth to characters. I'd say that most stories out there won't ever get finished, so those characters start to live, and never see the end of their lives. I've always wondered, what those characters would be thinking. They are left alone by their creator, will they try to get to the end of the story by themselves? Or are they just standing around in the situation they got left behind and talking to each other about the absence of their creator forever? Can you imagine how many fictional characters there are in this world that never see the end of their destiny? Isn't it kind of cruel to give birth to someone and then turn your back on it?

I hear a lot of voices, demanding my presence. They want me to tell them how their lives go on. I always see them in the situation in which I left them behind. And I feel bad about it. I want to tell them the end of their parts in my stories so that they are free to go anywhere they want again.

Just like someone else is telling me the story of every second of my life. And at the end I will be free.




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