Myths about Me and speed

Somewhere in the vastness of Rochester NY, 12 Semi-Andronic Clones have endless debates as to wheather there is such a thing as me. Most of them don't belive I exist. I am an artist and cartoonist. I have another website at" > .
I know very little about trafic In Europe, which just happens to be the subject I was reading the guide about last. This dose not stop Advertising co-orperations from offering me risk free U.N. International driving licences by e-mail. I supose if everyone had one, we would all drive like the charecters in "Crazy Taxi" or "Camageddon".
It is an amazing thing, that so much modern technology is now being sold to the public before it's bugs are worked out, and by the time they are, some other new thing comes along and declares the perfected bit obsolete.
The speed of the deveopment of man leaves it very hard sometimes to cope. I have tried to explain this to people of the generation after me, but the best awnser I can see is to tell them that anything perfect and made by man must be dead.

The net is not perfect, and neither is my presence on it.
but as one of my favorite sons says, "It's good to be alive!"

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