Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Election day,

1. Election Day
2. How a certain musical sucks
3. Bald females
4. An inappropriate book
5. Babies

It looks like my blog has become quite the popular read among approximately 5 people, but hey, at least I'm not talking to empty cyberspace!

So today is election day (finally.) Hopefully Americans can make an intelligent decision concerning the future of our country and the country for our children. (Even though I ... dislike.. kids.) I just think that in today's world, we don't need another republican in office. As far as I'm concerned, neither main candidate is really someone I'd be a particular #1 fan of.
*Spontaneous spongebob quote: HE WAS NUMBER ONE! * :)
Anyway, what I'm saying is I think our first step to being accepted in the world is to become more liberal. I'm not talking about the terrorist world, because I'm sure they'll hate us either way—I'm talking about the modern western European world. You know, with those important countries like England.. France.. ? Ever heard of them? Yeah.

But enough about that. Sorry that I'm too busy watching this horrible interpretation of Rodger's and Hammerstein's Oklahoma trying to be played out on my high school stage. The play sucks to begin with (trust my opinion, I was in it once.) But seriously, there is nothing good about it, and I think they had one too many whiskeys or something when they wrote it, if you know what I mean. But the cheap peddlerman is silly, as is my dear pal Paul. Haaa Paul the pal. That's funny stuff. Otherwise it sucks, don't watch it, don't go to it, don't ever sing O-K-L-A-H-O-M-A.

... Have you ever wondered what certain people would look like bald? For real, it would be just plain FUNNAY on some people. Like today in English I was just kinda looking around the room and holy cow. Wow. I guess the hair makes the person or something.

Have you ever read the Handjob Handbook? (That's all I'm going to say. You never know what g-rated audiences are reading this. So I'll just leave it at that open-ended question and you can do your own research.) I was going to post a picture but that would be like soft porn, or provoke porn-tastic thoughts. And I don't want to be responsible for that, now do I.

And to close with a thought-provoking science question for you bill nyes:
How is it that matter can not be created or destroyed, but that as babies grow up they have more skin? Like where does the skin come from? Apples and meat? Or what?


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