06 February 2023
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Header Button #10 - for now serves no goal but to have people point and laugh at its purposeless existence.
Also, a living display of how low one can sink while being but an innocent, nowhere-leading URL on a button
that does nothing. But actually, congratulations, because you've just found the site's Easter egg.
It's nice to have on of these, even if you're not big on human-size bunnies and their inexplicable agenda
of camouflaging Easter eggs in a crackpot attempt to make already carefree people forget of their impending
deaths as they are roaming about, looking for eggs that they don't care about and never even would have
eaten, had they ever found any. But they rarely do. And that's the irony - people are looking for things they don't
need, for reasons they can't explain, wasting their lives, day after day, instead of seizing the moment and
starting to act on something they forgotten about way longer ago than they had attempted to pursue it,
in spite of it being the only safe haven in the hopeless corridors of their colorless minds. Sounds familiar?
Of course it does. We're all built this way - to yearn and long for the dream rather
than to act on it, because we are afraid that if we will had failed, then we will never dare to even dream again. Forget do not -
a dream is a vision of what we want our life to be, and not to act on it is to turn away from life itself.
So stop messing with the page's size (or maybe you have figured out the inline scrolling, you sly fox?)
and act on something that you know you should be acting on.
Speaking of acting. By some accounts it is considered an art, and the lovely painting in the background that reveals
itself more and more is an infinitized version of "The Black Sea"; year of publication - 1881.
Undoubtedly, you can guess its author.
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