Well what's next in these rambling diatribes of mine? Perhaps I too will dissolve into a dust of nothingness, the contemptible driving slime of our current state of time and mind. As we sift through our bad chemicals, the brain ruptured conundrums til we find enough time to unwind. Too many screens too many means to our own ends. I'll fight to defend the nature's pretend for our own solace, strapped to the tended bend. Only then.

Pitter-pattered two by tens, rounded out to the next of kin, all so kindred, all so in it to win. Then digress, fall flat out finicky for the solace that we pinned on all our sinned out swims. Beaches abounded upon a wave set motion- fortunes condoned on that which we entertain as though we knew them all along, and of course we'll sing that song. Nah, that's wrong. Rewrite a little history, store it in a contained complement among those pseudo combative continents. Passive aggressive killings done in the name of god knows who, what, where, when. Nine in ten, reconvene, start again. Resonance within the pretend.

Face out amongst a filibuster of republicans, question why you ever said that which you knew to be ever pedestrian. Float physics out in the dead of space, piece togethered by the petulance of waste. Taste fate and know that you knew not aspects of the coveted life with so much distaste that you stand together on a solid ground of haste.

Pasted quips converted, fill them faster than that which we pursued in a limelight disorder. Que the coroner. Disorder.

Hello E2! How have you been! Have you slimmed down since I last saw you? You do seem more nimble!

I've been gone, I know. Or rather, I didn't. It's one of those things about drifting away. You don't choose to leave so much as you forget to come back. And then it's been two years since I've been caring enough to exchange a word of substance. Maybe longer, if you're being particularly acerbic today. Are those voices still here?

And so here I am after a run, riding my normal post-workout high. Eager, wide-eyed, uncharacteristically gregarious, and overflowing with words that outpace the structure and rhythm they should come packaged in. I can't tell you how many times I used to compose epic-in-my-head treatises on my regular runs that I was sure I would write down. But then I'd get back to campus or work or home, and there'd be somebody to hug or to chat or to Facebook, and eventually the thrill would wane and I would wax inhibited once more.

I grew tired—I grow tired—and the exuberance drains to a background hum. Today, I wanted so badly to expound on nothing, but the other runners had places to be. And there's nobody at home to overflow onto, and I don't want to be on Facebook. It's just E2, and I wasn't even thinking about a treatise this time. Just about myself. Can you really come back after two years and expect somebody to listen to that sort of meta self indulgence?

Probably not. Sometimes it's nice just to talk without being heard, though.

On public research methods

For the second or third time, last night we engaged in a discussion about mexican beer on the catbox. Old_New suggested that I should publish a writeup in which I review the different commercial beer brands available here, and I immediately accepted. The first thing I did was a small draft with the overall idea and the title: 

"Ya estoy pedo"

A subjective review of commercial beers of Mexico

by andycyca

I'm not a beer sommelier and I don't claim to be one. I'm just a guy who happens to have mexican beer available in every corner store and can give an opinion on them, although a very subjective one (which means that it's a point of view that should be taken cum grano salis)

However, the readers of this review are mostly people who may only know one or two of the beer brands that I'll cover and may be interested in what I have to say about the rest. Moreover, "my" audience may have specific questions about the beer I'll review.

So, in order to better serve the audience, I'm receiving any and all questions you may have about mexican beer and I'll do my best to answer them in my following writeup. So far, my review of each brand will be something like:

  1. Brand name
  2. Brewing company
  3. Beer type
  4. Alcoholic content
  5. Subjective review
  6. Suggestions for maximum enjoyment

Submit your questions here

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