posted by Crazed+Zara on 2007/10/10 (General)

Before we indulge you in tales of the prime epic adventures of our lives, we would like to inform you of a few things.

Firstly, who are we? We are Crazed and Zara. We're two friends who are too lazy to manage our own, separate blogs, so we combined them. Due to this lethargy, we choose a cute, creative little name for our site.

So, now you know about us, but who are we? Well, that's a question that involves a bit of a story.

Contemporary historians place the merger of our two consciousnesses at around 2000 B.C. (or BCE, depending on how politically correct you are). Representations of this unification can be seen by reference in the many circles of ancient civilization, and by manifestations in nature.

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Additionally, did you know the Golden Ratio, which some people claim is the key to all life, actually is the irrational fraction of the sum of our heights over the difference of our weights? It's true. Look it up. What measurement system, you ask? What a stupid question.

Other interpretations include possibly when the Angles met the Saxons or when MSN Messenger was created. One of these probably hits it a little closer to the mark. But, whatever. We're digressing.

The two minds, although seemingly one, would not work together and instead scribbled what they wanted to on their ancient tablets. One day, however, the two minds realized that if they worked together they could nearly do the work of one normal, dedicated blogger.

And with that thought, Indolents was born.

So, now that you know who we are and who we are, you must understand what we do. Which, to be frank, isn't much. The last real updates on our old blogs should tell you that much. But again, we're sidetracking.

The point is, we plan to bring you the latest and greatest of... well, we don't know yet, but we'll bring it to you. Expect topics in Technology, Culture, Society, Games, the Internet and most importantly, our lives. And that's not even Double Jeopardy.

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