Location: in the heart of snow
Mood: still @#$@#$ sick
Music: I be the same when it all goes up I be the same when it all goes down
Was wondering why this song – which rocks – didn’t get much airplay. Then I saw the video. Least it’s a good song.
Always kinda surprised by the people that marry their high school sweethearts.
If I married my high school/college girlfriend, woulda had one totally miserable person here in NYC.
I wouldn’tve been too happy either.
People go through massive changes from 15-21, again at 25-30, and once again at 30. The issue arises when one person changes one way and the other, another.
Elizabeth Gilbert said it best, Marriage is not a game for the young. Janeane Garofalo said someth’n like, imagine being married to the person who’s sole qualification was that they had the locker next to yours.
Been having a series of parallel conversations with three different people. Alla them’re very prouda the fact that they’re the same person as they were in the past.
But suppose y’believe the earth is flat. And despite all evidence to the contrary, your answer’s that you’ve always believed the world’s flat and that’s just how it’s gonna be.
(Insert your favourite George W. Bush joke here)
Said once that being grateful is the key to not being broken. Lemme add the coda that it’s also a willingness to say, OK, tell me why you think I’m wrong.
Put another way, why should the beliefs of a 16-year-old – when my buddy decided on something – rule the mind of a 35 year-old, his age now?
Are you better or worse if y’can say, I value the acquisition of knowledge above all else?
On yet another related point, become a man without a political party. The choice seems to be between a group enamored of their own ignorance and another inhibited by their own incompetence.
Gonna write in my mom as a candidate next year; if nuthin else, she’ll stay until the job gets done and save taxpayer money by bringing her own coffee.
YASYCTAI: Consider the data. (10 mins/1 pt)