Life in School

The "One Hour" life is no more. It's the school life for me now... or death. I guess we'll have to see.

Friday, November 04, 2005

I have now seen the worst people on Earth

*WARNING* Link is highly offensive to anyone with any amount of tolerance.

Today, I found the kids in the 4th hour very pissed and passing around a piece of paper. I feel dirty fo even linking this site and giving it the possiblity of getting more hits.
This flyer:

I hate to say I went to their site. Again, offensive!
Their thoughts on 9/11/01 (pic)
Their Thoughts on Katrina(pic)
Their thoughts on the tsunami (pic)

Here's what the club and the school say about it. *Not offensive!*
I can understand the school and staff not wanting to make a big deal out of this like these shitbrains would like us to.

What was funny to me was this: even the kids that I knew picked on gays detest these guys. They seriously were ready to kick some ass on these morons, moreso than the GSA kids. Kids talking about doing drive-by paintballing (which I had to make sure that I said I didn't approve, despite my own desires). I told the kids that these guys have nothing better to do, and all they want us to do is fight with them and each other so they'll get more attention. I said, just like the annoying kid who interupts class, they're just being jerks to get attention, and nothing will piss them off more than being ignored.

I want to respect the wishes of the school and the students, but damn these guys piss me the fuck off.

Tuesday, October 18, 2005


Happiness is having a planning day.

Sunday, October 16, 2005

Yeah, I LARP, but...

Part of me says these guys look like extreme dips.

Part of me says this looks like a cool game.

I guess sanity is somewhere in between.

(I wonder if these guys regret letting this get out on the internet or not.)

LARPers gone wild

Thursday, October 06, 2005

A fun little thing

Swiped from my buddy Davin

Describe oneself with song titles by a favorite band/singer. I choose Dar Williams song titles:

1. Are you male or female?: College Girl
2. Describe yourself: As Cool As I Am
3. How do some people feel about you?: You're Aging Well
4. How do you feel about yourself?: Farewell To The Old Me
5. Describe your current or last girlfriend/boyfriend/interest: What Do You Love More Than Love & I Love, I Love (Traveling II)
6. Where would you rather be?: This Was Pompeii
7. Describe what you want to be: The One Who Knows
8. Describe how you live: It Happens Every Day
9. Describe how you love: I Won't Be Your Yoko Ono
10. Share a few words of wisdom: The World's Not Falling Apart

Friday, September 30, 2005

I felt dark, I guess

Qilue Veladorn
Your legends imply 53 Caprice, 40 Steel vs Art, and 54 Outlandishness!

"I didn't mean to splash ink on your face, lady -- ye mean, that is thy face?"

Dancer in the Moonlight, Black Sheep of the Seven, Chosen of Eilistrae

You, my dear lady, are nothing like your sisters -- and not just
because you're of a totally different race: you serve a totally
different goddess, and you're not a wizard but a priest besides!
Indeed, the only of the seven who is a drow, you work behind the scenes
to promote the faith of your two goddesses, guiding those goodly drow
who venture to the surface. . . and holding the evil ones at bay. Most
folk do not know you exist, and few of those who do know what you are,
but that's just fine by you.

My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 99% on Caprice
free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 0% on Steel vs Art
free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 0% on Outlandishness
Link: The Which of the Seven Sisters? Test written by eriksdb on Ok Cupid

Monday, September 19, 2005


Somethings I find so interesting, I lack words. I simply stare absorbed by the profound nudity.



A most novel idea set forth by Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania, as I'm been directed by my good friend, kerrickadrian:

Every time protesters gather outside of our Locust Street health center, our patients face verbal attacks from them. They see graphic signs meant to confuse and intimidate. They are sometimes blocked from entering the building and occasionally they are videotaped. They are offered anti-choice propaganda and free rides to the closest "crisis pregnancy

Staff and volunteers are also seen as targets. We are all called murderers, are lectured to about committing sins, and are told we will pay the "ultimate price" for our actions.

You can stand with others in the community against these
acts of intimidation and harassment

Here's how it works: You decide on the amount you would like to pledge for each
protester (minimum 10 cents). When protesters show up on our sidewalks, Planned
Parenthood Southeastern Pennsylvania will count and record their number each day from October 1 through November 30, 2005. We will place a signoutside the health center that tracks pledges and makes protesters fully aware that their actions are benefiting PPSP. At the end of the two-month campaign, we will send you an update on protest activities and a pledge reminder.

If you pledge 30 cents per protester, and PPSP has 100 protesters in October and 160
protesters in November, your donation would be 78 dollars for the entire two-month campaign.

Similar to sponsoring a runner in a charity marathon, your pledge total can be capped at a pre-set amount, if desired.

Tuesday, September 13, 2005


If you suddenly became a senior in high school again and had to take British Lit, what would you want to read as part of the class. They're pretty much given me free reign to teach whatever I want. I really need a suggestion on what Shakespeare play to read and a novel to read. Ideas?