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Obsession: Kurt
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Rawr Mr. Cobain, Rawr....

If you like Kurt, then you're off my hit list.
If you don't, then get off this page now #134......
 
I HATE MOM
I HATE DAD
DAD HATES MOM
MOM HATES DAD
IT SIMPLY MAKES YOU WANT TO BE SO SAD --Frist poem Kurt wrote....obviously about his parents fighting before the divorce when he was 9..
 
Random things....
Q #63: Where is Kurt Cobain buried ? And was he cremated ?
A: Kurt Cobain was not buried since you ask. The official reason for this is that Courtney and the large cemeteries, mainly the ones in Seattle, did not want fans "invading" the place like it is the case in Paris where Jim Morrison is buried, for example. Kurt was cremated and I believe parts of his ashes were scattered over the Wishkah river, while Courtney apparently has the remaining ashes in her possession. Some people say she has the ashes in a teddy bear, some say she doesn't have them at all. Exact details are unknown. Though, Aaron Chernak believes that; "Courtney carried the ashes around with her in a back pack for a while. She even got in trouble with a customs agent in an airport because they thought Kurt was a container of drugs. She flipped out and caused a whole scene, and they let her go. Later when she started to come to her senses, she buried the ashes by the tree she and Kurt planted together at the Lake Washington house. When she moved, she transplanted the tree, and all the surrounding dirt with ashes to her new home and replanted it." Andrew Preston also added some interesting information; "In the summer of 1998 I visited Aberdeen, WA. Kurt's home town. There I met a woman who knew Kurt personally and made a statue of him. Her name is Ria Kamache, and she is a credible source. She works in an autobody shop where she keeps her statue, and has no plans to profit from it, showing it to anyone interested. She told me that she was given a small portion of Kurt's ashes by Courtney Love (who visits from time to time) to use in the statue. You can't see them of course, but I do believe her, and I advise you [to] visit her in Aberdeen. Her shop is across from the Grays Harbor Welcome Center."

There was an official memorial service for friends and family, and others close to Kurt, in April 1994. Finally there was a vigil for Nirvana fans on April 10 1994 in Seattle, WA
-NFC
 
 
 
 
AND to be even more obsessed, he ii have Narcolepsy, he had Narcolepsy...wow...obsessed and   reasonable. mwha!!
o.O And if you don't know what Narcolepsy is,...then here's your answer dumbass:
 

What is Narcolepsy?

Narcolepsy is a chronic neurological disorder caused by the brain's inability to regulate sleep-wake cycles normally. At various times throughout the day, people with narcolepsy experience fleeting urges to sleep. If the urge becomes overwhelming, patients fall asleep for periods lasting from a few seconds to several minutes. In rare cases, some people may remain asleep for an hour or longer.

Narcoleptic sleep episodes can occur at any time, and thus frequently prove profoundly disabling. People may involuntarily fall asleep while at work or at school, when having a conversation, playing a game, eating a meal, or, most dangerously, when driving an automobile or operating other types of potentially hazardous machinery. In addition to daytime sleepiness, three other major symptoms frequently characterize narcolepsy: cataplexy, or the sudden loss of voluntary muscle tone; vivid hallucinations during sleep onset or upon awakening; and brief episodes of total paralysis at the beginning or end of sleep.

Contrary to common beliefs, people with narcolepsy do not spend a substantially greater proportion of their time asleep during a 24-hour period than do normal sleepers. In addition to daytime drowsiness and involuntary sleep episodes, most patients also experience frequent awakenings during nighttime sleep. For these reasons, narcolepsy is considered to be a disorder of the normal boundaries between the sleeping and waking states.

For most adults, a normal night's sleep lasts about 8 hours and is composed of four to six separate sleep cycles. A sleep cycle is defined by a segment of non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep followed by a period of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. The NREM segment can be further divided into stages according to the size and frequency of brain waves. REM sleep, in contrast, is accompanied by bursts of rapid eye movement (hence the acronym REM sleep) along with sharply heightened brain activity and temporary paralysis of the muscles that control posture and body movement. When subjects are awakened from sleep, they report that they were "having a dream" more often if they had been in REM sleep than if they had been in NREM sleep. Transitions from NREM to REM sleep are governed by interactions among groups of neurons (nerve cells) in certain parts of the brain.

Scientists now believe that narcolepsy results from disease processes affecting brain mechanisms that regulate REM sleep. For normal sleepers a typical sleep cycle is about 100 - 110 minutes long, beginning with NREM sleep and transitioning to REM sleep after 80 - 100 minutes. But, people with narcolepsy frequently enter REM sleep within a few minutes of falling asleep.

Woo...wasn't that fun? You learn something new every day...

Both left handed, both blue eyed, both have a 'K' on our right forearms (weather they be a scar or a tattoo) yeah man, he's my real father...mwha I wish..ii should have a test be done...

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