Using Original Fan Fiction (poetry, short stories a novel-in-progress) lots of photos and essays, fellow Petheads can find all sorts of literature dedicated to Neil and Chris. So come on in.
Back On Track
There's something I want to talk about and now is likely the best time. Some of you believe that this blog is too sad. Well, life isn't supposed to be solely pathos or only humour. You'll find that this blog is a balanced mixture. Isn't that a reality? It would be an unlivable way to sail through the short time we are all here on this earth, existing in a permanent state of happiness or despair. Having said that, it's a project near and dear to my heart. And my video is almost finished. It's taken two years and it will either be roaring success or a dismal failure. Time will tell. More pictures:
As I have written about those of you who speak foreign languages. Where are you all from? It must be frustrating to read English posts only. Put answers in Comments. So far I've translated from English to: Czech Republic PSB fans
Spanish PSB fans Russian PSB fans Dutch PSB fans Norwegian PSB fans Polish PSB fans French PSB fans I'm sure there are more.
The following story is more of an allegory than anything else. It features Neil and Chris and how their lives are forever changed and there was no way back. This is fictional of course (as far as I know). When Neil arrived at the university campus, he was taken aback at how ugly it was. "I've seen better campuses on prison grounds", Neil thought, bitterly. He realised that he and his parents should have checked it out right after he was accepted, but that was moot now. Was it a huge mistake for him to leave his home in the UK, cross the pond, where everything was familiar? Neil was feeling uneasy, living in America had seemed to be a great journey, a way to shake off the shackles that had kept him living a very sheltered life.
They didn't understand that he was emotionally traumatised--hell, neither did he back then. One by one, former casual friends grew angry and impatient, thinking he was just looking for attention. To make a long story short, resident living wa…