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Why don't I care? [May. 26th, 2005|11:08 pm]
Over the past couple of weeks, I've realized that I've been completely disconnected with Highschool. It never meant anything to me... this is why I didn't care about missing prom, this is the same reason that I don't see the point in going to graduation. I don't feel like I was ever part of Marshall guys... Ever since Junior year, I've had 2 classes a day. I haven't had any spectacular teachers, I haven't met any spectacular people in my classes over the last two years. My circle of friends has been the same for years, I'm comfortable with you guys (you know who you are; the people on my buddy list and the people that I talk to or hang out with outside of school; the people on the Rape and Pillage forums, you are all my friends.) and I haven't felt the need to expand it... so I never really developed relationships with the people in my classes, most were no more than aquaintances (in other words, I never saw them outside of school). My friends, unfortunately, rarely shared classes with me (aside from German).

Thus, I don't have any special connection to those acquaintances of mine, and for this reason High School has meant nothing to me. I can only hope that college can be better, but I'll probably have to quit WoW first. I have all summer to get nice and burned out, and boy do I intend to.

Thank you, those of you who fall into the category of 'my friends.' Lets all keep in touch and do things together more often. R&P forums FTW.
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(no subject) [Apr. 23rd, 2005|05:07 pm]
So I went off a pretty big jump at the den yesterday... 15 feet up in the air... landed with my rear wheel in a pit. When I came down on the suspension, it bounced my body up and threw me over the handlebars of the bike. I landed on dirt and rocks and slid/bounced for about another 15 feet before I finally came to a stop. I was more worried about the bike at the time cause, hey, I'll heal, the bike won't. Still, it turned out okay. The handlebars were a little bent and will probably need to be replaced ($30) and the front headlight plastics were pretty much torn off ($5 for epoxy). As to the bodily harm, I'll let the pictures speak for themselves... Yes, they're kinda gross. My right shoulder is leaking some sort of transparent yellowish liquid which I'm guessing is a congregation of white blood cells. My knee is badly swolen and is quite painful to walk on, much less bend.

Gross; you've been warned.Collapse )
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Wesley's Handy Guide to Living Off The Government! [Apr. 18th, 2005|12:59 pm]
[Temperament |annoyedfeeling like ranting]
[Air particle oscillations |Blind Guardian - And Then There Was Silence]

I've been working at HEB for about six months now as a cashier. During that time, I've discovered how people manage to live practically for free by exploiting government programs and welfare. So here's my handy step-by-step guide to becoming a detriment to society:

1) a) You must be uneducated. The earlier you drop out of highschool, the better.
b) Having recently crossed the border and not knowing any English also works.
2) Get fat. Really fat. Fat to the point of being considered 'disabled.' This forces the government to pay your lazy lardass money for not being able to work.
3) Have at least 4 kids and drag them everywhere you go. Dragging them everywhere makes you look needy. Kids are tax deductible, and they don't have to be fed all that much. The less you feed your kids, the more food is left for you, you do have to maintain your girth, after all. As soon as they turn 5, stick them in a public baby sitting institution (school) and forget 'em, they are no longer your problem.
4) Have the man of the family sit around on his ass all day, drink beer, and watch softcore cable porn. Have the disabled fat mother of the family get a part-time $5.15 an hour job at McDonalds working 10 hours a week, that way you don't actually look lazy, you just officially make $6k a year as a household. Tax refunds will be nice, considering you somehow manage to support 4 kids, yourself, your husband, your house, and two car leases on just that amount. Deductions++.
5) Get on welfare. Since you make under $12k a year, as far as the government knows, you're entitled to federal financial aid.
6) Get on foodstamps. You don't make money, you can't afford to buy food. Let people who work hard and pay their taxes cover your food expenses, they won't mind.
7) Become part of the 'low income housing' program. Paying $300 a month for a three bedroom house is just about right.
8) Buy a dark green '88 Cadillac and put huge gold rims on it. It will help your image.

Hope this helps!

P.S. I hate the people that shop at the HEB on Tezel/Grissom.
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(no subject) [Apr. 5th, 2005|10:19 pm]
Curfews suck. That is all.
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(no subject) [Mar. 28th, 2005|04:52 pm]
My philosophy:

"I'll build the bridge when it comes time to cross the river."

Yeah, I just made that up.
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(no subject) [Mar. 25th, 2005|01:51 pm]
[Temperament |chipperchipper]
[Air particle oscillations |Dust Brothers - Medula Oblongata]

My two three four five absolute favorites from The Perry Bible Fellowship:




and who could forget:

Ok... time to go rake leaves now :(
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OMFG an update. Yes. [Mar. 22nd, 2005|04:22 pm]
Hey guys, everyone should check out this article: http://www.overclockers.com/articles1208/

It's basically the clever response contrived by a member of the ocforums to another article in the LA times that essentially said that all computers are evil and that they are destroying our society. There are three pages to the article, just click the links at the bottom of the text to keep going.

The author of the original article is most likely a feminazi with a sandy vagina who lives alone in an apartment with her seven cats. And she uses a Mac. No doubt.
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Procrastination rocks [Nov. 20th, 2004|11:29 am]
I'll finish this post later.
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(no subject) [Nov. 12th, 2004|02:19 am]

I ran the "unused icon wizard."

The only thing that survived was the WoW icon.

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(no subject) [Nov. 5th, 2004|08:18 am]
WoW > *
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