Hrrmmm, for eight bucks I got a meal, a tour through an art exhibit, rock-climbed, got a hat and t-shirt, a really good artist lecture, and more free food! Oh, and managed to get half my group lost trying to get out of the place.
Anything that you haven't fought for isn't going to be appreciated. It takes blood, sweat, and a large amount of tears before you appreciate what you have.
Where's the funny video thread? Can't find anything in this place anymore, stupid useless brain and its memory function without the aid of the search option.
Ok, so, this video makes be both laugh and cry at the same time. I'm kind of torn between whether I'd like to experience something similar like the guy here is feeling. An intense emotional catharsis without any artificial chemicals...to such an extent that I'd feel an actual change happening...or the possibility of a change happening...not a mere feeling of a feeling that never really changes anything, or doesn't feel like it changes anything. Or something like that.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQSNhk5ICTI]Double rainbow...all the way...[/youtube]
I hate how my computer won't stay charged if it isn't 100% charged...and I also hate that Best Buy said my warranty ended for it, but it CLEARLY states on the receipt that it expires this March. Whatever.
I would like to try snake meat...or just anything else. Food is so bland here, it's all the same. Would you like to eat meat from a cow, a bird, or a pig? BLAND!
And I'm utterly surprised by the plentiful pickings OkCupid offered...I don't even take the site seriously, but I talked to about 5 people in the last hour who were pretty interesting to talk to...instead of the 'Hi, you're pretty, I just wanted to tell you that, That's all I have about to say, and I hope you're considering going on a date with me because I said I thought you were pretty and reminded you about 10 other times of that fact'.
One must surely prefer to be feared rather than loved, for latter is as fleeting and transient as the desert sands blown from the palm of the king's hand. Fear is the solidified substance of loyalty, to be grasped and held tight.