I think I've realized recently that I'm happier not discussing politics as much as I used to. I certainly want to have a grasp of what's going on, and there's no doubt I will have strong views-- but for the past many years I've gotten some crazy thrill out of debating people who won't change their mind. I'd like to think that I've learned some things from people who are so stagnant in their [opposite] beliefs, and I'd like to think that they saw that I had some good points as well. I'm not saying I'm done, but I'm calming it down, for at least a little while. It's simply not worth it.
I've also not had much other drama in my life. When I think of drama, two people come to mind- Indira and Rob. And I've not had to deal with either of them in so long, and my life is so drama free! I also think that reading celeb drama keeps me satiated.
Today my midnight blue Asus Eee 10.1 inch computer should arrive. Hopefully. I'm pretty excited about it's usefulness. Now I just need a name.
I need a Street Name too. For me, not my computer. Ever since I heard about this [criminal?] named Seaweed, I've longed to have one. And none of that first-name-spelled-backwards-and-street-y
Remember when the word live was in? It was short lived. Maybe 1997-1998. Meaning: cool! radical! awesome! I had completely forgotten about it until I saw the word "live" (the verb) and misread it in my mind.
Do we currently have any words in our language (maybe only regionally) that are new, and have the same sort of meaning? (haha, fetch)
I feel bouncy and random. I shouldn't be allowed to drink orange juice. Way too much sugar.