||[Aug. 20th, 2003|01:24 am]
pyschokhitten and I talked briefly about at kleinchenmich's birthday party. Well, I am in a good mood right now, so I am going to ramble for a bit. :)It seems like 90% of the time when people write things, it's because they're in a horrible mood and need to vent about one thing or another. Actually, that was one of the topics |
First, as a bit of an aside, I have no clue why Firebird keeps on f0x0ring copy/pasting. It makes it hard to make <lj user=...> tags for people with weird LJ usernames when it does that.
Second. I strongly suspect that Temple does not care how much effort I put into their classes. They are more concerned with pushing me through their institution. I expressed my alarm when I got a B- in Operating Systems and Design, correct? I did not get around to the last few labs due to my life going completely crazy.
Well, something even more weird has come around. IH2. I have not shown up for a full week throughout the entire course. I missed at least one week in it's entirity. My professor only received one of the four or five papers which were due. I went to check my grade, expecting to see an F staring back at me. But, no. I got an A. You may think I am weird for bitching about getting a good grade, but I feel like I did not earn this. I am expecting it to turn to an F once he notices the mistake.
Last night I saw "Uptown Girls" with Michelle, Kim, and Tiffany. I am still in shock. Normally when I see a movie, the first thing I do is critique it. Actually, I critique it while it is in progress. When people ask what I thought of the movie, even if I thought it was excellent, I tend to say, "Oh, that movie was good. Except for ....". Now that I think about it, I do that to a lot of things in life. That is getting a bit off track, though. Either way, it is a good thing that no one asked me what I thought about "Uptown Girls", because I have no critique.
I suppose this week I have seen a bunch of people from a few years back. After the movie, we went over Kim's house along with a guy who was at Michelle's party and Grant Jones. It feels like I ran into a lot of people from high school this past week. Grant was yet another one of those people who were in classes I was in and was a name I was familiar with, but was part of the background noise in the sitcom that is my life. Whenever I think about it, it always facinates me how every person has a complete story, yet to most people they are just extras in their own story. I am certain I am not wording that quite as I would like, but the message is still portrayed.
I am anxious to get started on the third book in The Lord of the Rings series. Sadly, though, I have not been able to get in touch with penguinangel at all this past weekend. Laaaaame.
Does anyone find this comic offensive? Asking out of curiousity. That is a bit of a redundant phrase. Would I ask for a reason besides curiousity?
This entry is long enough already.