Sunday, November 30, 2008

Where has the time gone?

So this weekend all I did was clean the house and re-do my blog layout.  Both of which were quite strenuous.

I just finished my room, which now looks like it has never been lived in, which in turn translates that it looks like Bekka's room, except with two beds and more bookshelves and tech--- oh yeah, and wall decorations.  Seriously Bekka, you need some wall flair.

Anyways, I know that it'll probably take me a while to fix this blog and get it looking EXACTLY how I want it, but it'll get done soon.

Right now I'm eating my dinner, which is some hashbrown cassarole leftover from Thanksgiving.  The sad thing is, it tastes just as good as it did on Thanksgiving.

UGH.  I really don't want to go to school, but I guess I have to sooner or later.  I forgot what all homework that was due..... too late to do it anyways.

Oh yeah, for those who know me personally and read this blog, you'll probably be getting some handmade sculptures or ornaments this Christmas.  I've been messing around with clay lately and I wanted to make something really special for everyone.

Hehe, and as a special gift for all my Republican friends (which is like what? all 2848467293 of you guys?), you'll  all be getting either Probama, Palin = MILF, or Liberals are Fun ornaments.  Hope you guys enjoy them.

Saturday, November 29, 2008






Ok, so I know this is the wrong time to shut down for construction, and that all work should be done quickly in the middle of the night for optimal viewing pleasure, but there is simply too much to do in one night, so please bear with me.

All I have left to do is some last minute tweeks, and re-make a menu bar, and a friend/aff list.


Anderfan Fun

So today I've been pretty busy cleaning the living room, and bathroom, which I might add was quite gross, especially the bathroom.

We're going to do my little brother and sister's room next and then mine.  Fun fun.

Anyways I also got some silly photoshop stuff done also.  I love Photoshop.  It is the thing that makes me think:  How can I make this somehow annoying and cool?

So yeah, an Anderson Cooper image altered by me.  The original is also shown.

Friday, November 28, 2008

People Wonder Why

America is always griping, and being griped about being fat.

But we all know the real reason why we're such an obese country.   It's our holiday habits!!

Thanksgiving we make it an annual thing to gorge on food, and for the next couple of days we do nothing but eat leftovers of the food we didn't have room to consume.  It's crazy.

I bet I've gained like 5 pounds from one day of eating during this holiday, and of course I scold myself, but hey I've been working out.

Anyways, I just wanted to throw that thought out there.  Europeans are so lucky.

Thursday, November 27, 2008

When We See Lights

Ok, so I know it's just Thanksgiving, and not even remotely near Christmas, but seeing all the lights outside inspired me to write about my annual light-seeing experiences with my family.

Also, I didn't know if I'd be able to post today, so I decided to type something up just in case.


Every year around Christmas time my family has this thing where we all pile up into the car and drive to the rich neighborhoods to see fancy lights. Now, we do this EVERY year. We also make a annual trip to Santa Land, which is basically a Big Christmas Drive Through light show.

Well, whenever we visit the rich neighborhoods usually almost all the houses have lights, and if they do have lights, most of the time they're very extravagant.

We pass by a house with lit up reindeers, and there is a collective sound of "Oooh! Ahhh! So pretty!" from my sisters, and the usual response from my dad which really isn't a response to the lights, but my dad just checking to make sure our eyes are glued to the windows. "Do you guys see that, are you looking Stephanie? No? Well, someone lift her up so she can see the lights!"

And we pass another six houses that have various Nativity scenes, or Santas, or Giant snow globes and penguins; Again, we get the collective "Oooh! Ahhh! So pretty!"

Then we drive up to a house that is completly dark, and my dad says his ever so predictable, "GDamn, looks like someone's a Jew this year." line.

As we drive away, my sister looks up at me and whispers, "Hey Lizzi, isn't Daddy part Jew?"

And I reply, "Yeah, that's why we never put up lights."

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Thanks for Giving me Candy

So today I spent most of the day at my grandma's house making food and whatnot for the upcoming holiday.

Jeezus, I will be so fat at the end of tomorrow. I have to eat two large Thanksgiving meals in one day. Fun Fun for my belly!

The thing that sucks about living in East Texas is that everyone is a Paula Dean wannabe so they automatically stick about 5 sticks of butter in everything we make, so I'll either gain five pounds, or have a heart attack.

Hehe, my grandparents crack me up! Earlier today we ate dinner at a tiny local Restaurant and some little scene kid comes out of the smoking section to ask for some pecan pie and all of a sudden we hear this sound come out of his butt at full blast:

And it starts at the 30 second mark of the song, which of course scared my papa half to death, and I had to calm him down and tell him that it was just a ring tone, and not a possesed demon trying to claw it's way out of this little scene kids' skinny jeans.

Haha fun times. Anyways, I certainly hope everyone has a safe holiday.... seriously. I had to spend last Thanksgiving in a hospital due to two giant 18 wheelers, and a bruised liver. Not fun. BE SAFE.


My baby brother is screaming in my ear right now.  Oh how I love the holidays.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Joy in the morning

Ok, so I usually don't blog so early in the morning, but today is special.  Why?

Because I've discovered TweetDeck.  Basically, it's just another App for Twitter, but I get to customize it and make it look pretty.  Or, well I customize the colors to match my desktop, which in turn makes me think it's pretty.

Anyways, in other news today I'm going to be a good Samaritan by volunteering to put canned food into gift baskets for the less fortunate this year.  I feel all happy inside knowing that I'm going to be helping people out this Thanksgiving.

And of course, some of my friends and family have been harassing me about the fact that I'm organizing food for so called 'lazy people', but I always try to keep in mind that those 'lazy people' have families that need to eat.  No child should go without a meal because their parents were too 'lazy'.

Also, I get to hang out with Art Club and friends while volunteering, which of course is an extra plus.

Sunday, November 23, 2008

hoe-moe seskuals

Me: "Hay, put that there tee vee ree-mote down."

MG: "What are you doing?"

Me: "Talkin lyke an ee-st Texaaan hyck. Duh-hur."

MG: "Ok, just make sure you pick up all the popcorn you dropped before we leave."

Me: "Whut? I dint drop no poppin corn....."

MG: -knocks over popcorn- "Yeah you did."

Me: "Yoo go dye in a hole wit those conflabbit hoe-moe seskuals."

Saturday, November 22, 2008


You can see a clearer view of my debate record if you click on the image, but mainly I wanted to post this as a... timecapsule sort of thing for my future self.

Hehe mainly to see what a n00b I am right now.

Hopefully in the upcoming year I'll have gotten considerably better.

Also, I've been looking through my old blogs on Myspace. WOW. They are very interesting. Hehehe I have some really funny crap up there. It's amazing looking at old entries to see how much I've changed as a blogger, and first and foremost, person! To think, I've been blogging since the 6th grade!

Crazy right?

What I do on Lazy Saturdays

  1. Watch videos on Youtube.
  2. Get in touch with some old school music, and mix it with some new school music (Buddy Holly and Owl City anyone?)
  3. Talk to B, and maybe some other long lost friends
  4. Read the December 2008 issue of Vogue.
  5. Watch some old Anderson Cooper Footage.
  6. Work on some English homework.
  7. Day dream about different things, like what it would be like if I met Anderson Cooper while running for State Senate.
  8. Pet the horse that's right next to my grandparent's house.
  9. Think about what I'm buying everyone for Christmas.
  10. Blog, and read other people's blogs.
*EDIT- Well, apparently I also update APL on lazy Saturdays. Feel free to check out the post. Click here to see it.

Friday, November 21, 2008

3 Parts

So as my title implies, this will be an entry done in three parts, mainly to make it easier on me to organize my thoughts, and it may prove easy for you to digest and follow. Win Win right?

SCHOOL- Well, today I didn't have much to do. This morning in Debate I had to go against James, who is a Senior and Vice President of the Debate team. GREAT FUN. I think it was the first time I actually got equal competition. Also, I think I gave better speeches then him. Conviction can take you a long way.

Other than that In Debate class, nothing much happened for the rest of the day.... wait I had to get a scoliosis test, which was slightly awkward because i had to take my shirt off in front of the nurse and basically stand there with nothing but pants and a bra on. Not to mention the room was cold. Jeezus people ever hear of a Heater? It's freakin 35 degrees outside! No need to keep it a chilly 65 inside!

Also, I got harassed by some weird kid who keeps calling me Chuck. Every time he does that I'm just like, "DUDE. Who the fck are you?"

MOVIES- After school, my papa picked me up in his red truck because as mentioned before my parents are down in New Orleans without me. First I went out to eat with two new friends of mine who live in the Dallas/Central Texas area and then went to see Twilight. Yeah, it wasn't too fun because all these girls where screaming every time a romantic scene came up.

Hopefully when I go and see it next Friday it won't be as bad. Anyways, since I couldn't watch the movie in peace me and MG and MT just goofed off and had fun in the seats. Hehe I had fun using them as my guinea pigs*. Anyways, at the end of the night MG and I exchanged affections....... yeah.

Also, I'm still kinda in denial of the Twilight. I'm not too sure if it was a good or bad movie, so hopefully me seeing it again next weekend will reassure me on whether or not it was good or bad.

WHAT I REALLY MEANT*- Ok, so by guinea pigs, I mean I tested out my 'skills' in body language and psychology on MG. Yeah, I know, it's wasn't morally or ethically right for me to do it, but I really wanted a fresh person to test it out on! And the best part is that it worked! I hit all the main points I wanted to accomplish, which basically was, 1. Reinstate a connection, 2. Demonstrate possible interest, 3. Reward.

Points one and two was basically a tangle of different body language messages I was trying to read, and in turn send out. It's amazing how much you can read off a person once you have the knowledge to do so!

And the last point was basically a 'reward' for my efforts, which of course was a nice score. Too bad his friend was there. It made it kinda awkward with MT just standing there and looking kind of left out. Oh well, I achieved what I really wanted, which was results; and even though I slightly did use MG, it was all for a good cause.

Also, hehe me and MG were rapping Hollaback Boy during the baseball scene of the movie, and be assured we got quite a few looks.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Hmm? Really?

So Thanksgiving is coming up, and I'm kind of bummed that we only get three days off for holiday.  I swear, last year we had like a week off for the holiday.  Oh well, I guess it doesn't really matter all that much as long as we still have two weeks off for Christmas.

I've got a lot of stuff that's going to be due soon, like my thematical Essay for English.  Great fun.

I'm doing it on the short story Harrison Bergeren by Kurt Vonnegut.

It's a pretty cool and outrageous story, and of course, next to Ray Bradbury, Kurt Vonnegut is one of my favourite authors.

Also, this weekend will be spent at my grandparents' house because my parents will be in New Orleans without me.... again.

I miss New Orleans, especially the French Quarter, and all the random flee markets.  Oh well, they need their 'couple time'  ick, but it's healthy for their relationship, which is great because they get stressed out after having to deal with 3 kids.  So to them, a free weekend to party is great.

I'll probably be seeing the much talked about Twilight movie with a couple of friends that I met at a Debate meet.  And then next Friday I'll probably see it again with another group of friends.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Another Tab Day

So today I got to school, and I here this shocking piece of news.

I had a TAB meeting today (teen advisory board).  And I was just like "DUDE. WTF? I didn't get the email?!"

So I had to ask my parents last minute if they could give me a ride to the Library, and they were pretty cool about it, because my uncle Mike was in town, and he's all special and stuff because he just found out last Thursday that he passed the Bar Exam, which means he's now an Official Attorney.  Wooo!

Hehehe, today I held a protest  in the sake of Jacob, because we were having all our clubs and activities pictures and Jacob of course wasn't there so I was like, "If he isn't going to be in the Debate picture, then neither am I." jk, jk not really, I didn't show up because I was talking to Celery, and at the time the coversation was more interesting than the picture, but if anyone asks, that's my cover story.

And that was that.  Bleh I need to dismantle a Barbie Doll for an art project!  Fun Fun!

Photo Courtesy of =DianaCretu

Tuesday, November 18, 2008


"So, are you doing ok?"

Me: "Yeah, I'm fine." -gets stuff together-

"How do you think you research is doing?"

Me: "Ehh it's ok I mean-- yeah...." -looks other way, and tries to get out of the classroom-

"You know that one guy, yeah don't be intimidated by him."

Me: -not really paying attention- "Uhm sure."

"Also----" -continues to give advice and other nice and pleasant comments-

Me: "Well, I gotta go...." -leaves room-

20 minutes later---



Just a brief snippet of conversation between me and this upperclassman guy who usually doesn't pay attention, or even notice that I'm there. Jeez, I still can't believe he was listening to me when I was lecturing the other novice Debaters yesterday >.> Eheheeee better watch what I'm saying around him, because apparently he does pay attention to me, or, well at the least he acknowledges my existence.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Woo College!

So today I got my first college catalog!  I'm so excited that  it came through so quickly!  It came from Savannah College of Art and Design, which is located in Georgia.

Tons of prestigious people have studied there, including designers for Cartoon Network, ESPN, DC Comics, Pixar, and Dreamworks Studio to name a few!

It's always great to start looking into college as soon as possible, and I think this college will definitely be in my top ten.

Next to, of course Princeton and UT, and maybe the Art Institute of Dallas.  It just depends on which direction my high school career goes in: art, or debate.  Who knows?

Anyways, the sooner I start looking into colleges, the sooner I can find out scholarship info, which of course is also much needed because my family is not made of money, and I've got three other siblings.

Man my family is big!  Oh well, just another reason to strive for a scholarship!

Sunday, November 16, 2008

In which I have Poe Tendancies

So it turns out my parents had to buy a new washing machine, and now in turn I owe them $400.

Yeah. That's a lot of money. So they're going to get me a job, and I'm going to have to pay them back with whatever I earn.

Fun fun.

Anyways, I think I got off a lot better than I could of. I mean, I didn't get grounded, which is great, I'm just going to have to pay off my second colossal debt.

I think the first time I broke something it was the computer, which I had to pay around $200 to get fixed. Great right?

Saturday, November 15, 2008


Today I am very excited. In fact, I'm ecstatic. Today of course I participated in a Debate tournament, and guess what?

I MADE FOURTH PLACE. Out of like A LOT of LD debaters. I'd say there were at least 40 - 45 debaters at the tourney, and I made top 5!

What makes it even better is the fact that I'm a novice! This was like, what? My fourth ever competition--- and I placed? I can't believe it!

However, I didn't just show up there and win, there was a lot of drama brought on by--- who else but crappy Jack. (if you don't know what he looks like, just type in Jack in my search bar)

Anyways, Jack does PFD style debating, which means he has to work with a partner in the round. Of course, he was paired up with Keenan, who is easily freaked out in stressful situations.

As said above, Keenan doesn't do well under a lot of pressure, and during a round he go confused and blanked out, which inevitably cause him and Jack to lose the round.

Of course, Jack being the stupid butthole that he is decides to put the full blame on Keenan, and basically ignores him and treats Keenan badly all day. However, when working with a partner you have to share ideas and have communications, which of course Jack did not have.

After that one round, the whole day Jack was being very mean and rude towards Keenan, and even other members of the team. Not cool. He should have just sucked it up and moved on. It wasn't just Keenan's fault. It was his too for not being a supportive and understanding team member.

Anyways, there was much debating of religion and other hot topic issues between Nathan and I in the van ride home, and I have to admit his is a very viable and amusing opponent. I wouldn't mind running against him for a place in a government office. The only issue is all his racist slurs. Those aren't amusing.

So, I'm at the end of the day, with one day left in the weekend, and I feel accomplished.

Friday, November 14, 2008


So tomorrow I have another debate meet, and I know the majority of the crap I speak about is debate, but I reaaaalllllyy like it. Why? Because I feed off of politics and I like being right.

There. I said it.

So today in anticipation I talked a lot about politics. Many of my beliefs had to be defended, and for a good reason.

Gay Marriage, And Prop. 8

Today I got into the 'moral' aspect of the thought of Gay marriage with my friends, and I understand where they're coming from. Most of my friends are Christian, and their religion says that gay marriage is wrong, but who are we to play God and say, "Hey. You're gay. You can't get married because MY God that you might not believe in says that you're participating in sin."

I don't think that we as Humans have the right to pass judgement, because in the end we all do something wrong and we all sin. Who are we to persecute others for being imperfect, when we ourselves are flawed.

If you don't like Gay people, or them wanting to join in holy matrimony then don't associate with those individuals, and don't get a gay marriage.

I can't stress this issue enough. NO ONE HAS THE RIGHT TO CONDEMN OTHERS BECAUSE OF THEIR BELIEFS. And BTW it's really tacky to rub the fact that a law was passed that made it to where they couldn't marry the person they loved. RESPECT.

Yes, even those radical KKK members. If they want to believe that then fine. The only reason we should step in and intercept is if they harm other beings.

It's like the philosopher Immanuel Kant taught, don't interfere. If a train was speeding down the tracks and on one end of the tracks was a group of Caucasian babies, and on the other end was a group of African babies, and you only had the ability to save one group, which would you save?

Neither. You would walk away. The only way to have a clear conscience is to NOT interfere. This is how we should treat gay marriage and other issues of the sort. Don't interfere. Just let stuff happen. It's best to ignore it than get worked up about something like same sex marriage.

If you don't like it then don't do it. Plain and simple.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Busted Washing Machine

Again, I can't seem to go six months without screwing up and 'breaking' something.

Apparently I screwed up our washing machine, so now it makes these hideous sounds when it runs.

Of course, it doesn't make any sense because I haven't touched the washing machine in 5 days..... but I get blamed for everything so it doesn't matter anyways.

Whatever. I'll see how it plays out. Also, to Bekka, I found your family crest thingy. Also, send me the BG for your blog so I can set it up! Most preferable if you set it up on photobucket and sent me the URL.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Picture me Debating

Ok, So I finally figured it was ok to post some pictures up of my debate team because in the end no one really cares if their face is plastered on the Internet or not. Heck, there are videos of most of my team members on Facebook and Youtube acting like complete monkeys. So without further ado, some pictures!
Rachel (purple) James (burgundy) Jacob (green) and Sarah.

(starting from the girl in gray, the back row.) Mary, James, Sarah, Rachel, Keenan, Jack, Me, Miranda, and Jacob in center.
That picture was at my second tournament of the season. hehe of course I'm hiding behind Jack just to make our Coach angry. Also, isn't Miranda's hair long?

Nathan, Jack, Miranda, Craig, Me making a monkey face, Jacob making a kissy Face, Austin, Josh, Mary, Colby in front.
Hehe this was at last Weekend's tournament. We had so much fun there!

Wooo! We placed! Haha I was in the middle of laughing when our Coach took the picture, so my face is all in mid-laugh.
Ehehhh, yeah I started kicking him and everyone decided to join in. Money fell out of his butt. Butt money!!!!

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Dream Life

Ok, so I basically ripped this off of Cherry, who ripped it off of Bryanna. So it goes.

Anyways, as far as perfect lives go, and perfect spouses, I think Anderson Cooper or Gaspard Ulliel would suffice. Anderson Hays Cooper is 41, but don't worry we could work it out.... maybe. And Gaspard is 23 and deliciously french. Mhmmm both are a juicy pick! Also, since I suck at commitment, I would be having an affair with Mr.Darcy.

We would take our vows outside in the beautiful country of Slovenia, and just by looking at the country would be enough to convince myself that I'm not tying away my life through marriage.

And my wedding dress would look something like this except a bit whiter.... and glow in the dark.And of course my lovers and I would live in a loft in Slovenia, and next to our loft would be our famous art studio in which I display my artwork.Of course their would be children. Well let's just say there will be a child.

Hehe so that's my dream life in a nutshell.

Monday, November 10, 2008

Farewell, I knew you well

So it turns out that our Debate captain is in Israel for some odd reason. Seriously, I have no idea why he's there.

I think he's Catholic, which puzzles me even more.

Anyways, I've been working on an art piece that is making me extremely happy. I love how it's coming along, and for the first time I actually have artistic reign in a classroom environment.

First period today made me so happy. I basically got to grill all the slacker people in my debate class. My teacher basically told me and Jack, James, and Miranda to teach the class about LD.

Basically me and Jack dominated and tried our best to inform the students, but I was getting pissed off because they weren't paying attention so I was like,

"Ok, you know if you don't want to put any effort into class then it's ok. However, this is not the class to do it in. THIS CLASS TAKES EFFORT. And I may sound rude, but believe me, everyone is thinking this so either pick up some slack and participate, or don't bother to show up tomorrow. Any further questions?"

Eh, I think I motivated them.

Sunday, November 9, 2008


FRIEND:  So, how's your blog doing?

Me:   Great.  I mean, I've made new friends and got a new insight into different aspects of life.

FRIEND:  So, are you going to blog about me?

Me:  Sure.  Why not?  I mean you forced me to watch this stupid Stephen King movie----

FRIEND:  Children of the Corn is not a stupid movie.  If anything is stupid, it's that movie that you're always making references to.  Donnie Dorko?

Me:  Donnie Darko.  And it's a phenomenal movie.  You wanna know what's really stupid?

FRIEND:  What?

Me:  The fact that you won't acknowledge that you and Anderson Cooper have the same nose.

FRIEND:  Oh god.

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Novice? What what?

Oh my gosh.  

Today was a rush of emotional emotions, none of which were bad.  We (the debate team) competed against a school that was about 15 minutes away from our school, and it was very easy.

With my actual debate rounds I didn't place, which made me kinda mad, but oh well I could care less.  I still have 3 other chances to make it into district.

However, In Extemp Speaking I made it to finals and tied for 6th out of like 40 competitors, which is pretty darn cool.  I had to endure Jack today, but for some reason he was a lot more tolerable.  I think it's because we didn't spend and hour in any closed areas hearing him make crappy and ignorant comments.

No wonder why people hate him.  Also, I was talking to Jacob about Speech and Debate camps.

I really am thinking about committing the rest of my High School, and maybe even college career to this.  I dunno, it's like I've found my little 'niche' in my school community.  

The only problem is prices for camp.  To go to this really fancy UT or UNT camp it's around $1,400 for 15 days of learning and debating and speech making.  Not to mention all the people I'm going to meet there.

Oh well.  I think it's worth it, even though my parents practically peed themselves when they saw the price.

In other news, I watched a movie with an old FRIEND of mine. Tee Hee.  Great fun.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Love in the form of CNN

Is it just me, or is Anderson Cooper the coolest news reporter out there?  He is the C to my NN.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Oh no my gosh

So today was just another one of those days in which I'm just all- "YAWN.  Hey, what?"

I think I seriously missed out on the Pep Rally memo.  It was no ordinary Pep Rally either, it was a black light Pep Rally, which means it was a glowy Pep Rally.  Very Fun.

First period as always was Debate, and Miranda was kinda weird.  Miranda, if you're reading this I'd appreciate an explanation.  Anyways, today we were practicing speeches and we both didn't know what Authoritarianism was, and it wasn't in the dictionary, and she needed to know what it meant.

We both kind of thought is was like a dictatorship/communism type thing but we weren't sure so I was all like, dude, just ask Jacob (aka debate president person mabob).

And for some odd reason she refused, so I went over and asked Jacob for her and he ended up coming over to her and having to explain, which made her realllllly mad.  Why, I have no Idea.

If you don't know something you ask questions.  It's not a bad thing, heck I do it all the time and look where its got me.  I now know a lot more than I actually should.

Also, I'M SO HAPPY that the president of Iran sent a congratulation letter to our one and only President-Elect.  GREAT.  Another reason for  all the Conservative Republicans to freak out.  Thanks Ahmadinejad.  Next time you have to pee I hope it burns.  JK, Jk, please don't bomb my house.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Good but bad day.

Now, I can't say how overwhelmed I am with relief that Obama won (even though I would have preferred Stephen Colbert) but today was just BS---- no wait, it was bullshit.

I'm so angry right now that I don't think I'll be able to speak eloquently in nicely formed paragraphs, so I'll just speak the main points using bullets in order to organize my angry thoughts.

  •            JEEZUS PEOPLE.  Barack is not MUSLIM.  His father is of Kenyan lineage, and his mom is white.  His dad practiced the Muslim religion.  Does this make Obama a Muslim?  NO.  Just because his dad was a douche bag doesn't mean he is.  Also, not all Muslims, or people of the Islamic faith are terrorists.  Get that through your ignorant head.  Oh yeah, I guess since you think Obama is a socialist terrorist, then that makes McCain a white supremacy member and a racist.
  •            Obama is not the Antichrist, nor is he a monster from the book of Revelation.  Do your research and re-read the bible.
  •            Ok, 1 If the only reason you didn't vote for Obama was because of his Race/Supposed Religion, then you are truly an ignorant person, and 2 If you actually believe the rumors being spread about Obama in those emails then you are a true member of the most gullible group of America.
  •            OMG.  Just because Obama won does not mean America is doomed.  If anything, he'll help.
  •            Also, for you Religious peeps who say that America is straying away from it's roots-- UHM well America was founded because we wanted religious freedom, and a decent economy and nice taxes.  If we are to take away the right for someone to want to run for the white house, and to have a non-christian religion then isn't that straying from our roots?  Metaphorically speaking of course, because Obama is NOT MUSLIM OR ARAB.  Oh hey, people freaked out when Kennedy was elected because he was Catholic. 
  •            Again, to Religious peeps.  Gay marriage and Abortion are moral issues, and have little to nothing to do with politics other than the fact the politics decides whether or not it's legal.  No matter what there will always be Gay people trying to get married, and there will always be scared teenage girls trying to kill their unborn babies.  Wouldn't you want them to be at least safe when committing these 'sins'?

You know what, I probably wouldn't be so angry if people would just give me a legitimate reason other than those BS-- I mean bullshit ones listed above.  However, being the Loving Liberal that I am, I'm willing to forgive the ignorant people of today.  

And you know what, anyone who hates Obama will just have to deal with it because they're going to have to deal with him for the Next 4 to 8 years, and if they even try to kill him off they better re-think that because if Obama dies then Biden is our President.  Now that I think about it, I think Obama picked Biden on purpose so no one would kill him.  Wow, Obama is smart......

America is not Doomed

Sorry Miranda, but you're wrong.


And Bush will only remain in office till January. So if you want an imaginary president, then that's your choice.


And if you think he's a fag, then please back it up with some decent arguements. Also, that's very petty.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

No Equal Representation.

Today was the official voting day, and I was quite unhappy by the biased representation my school was participating in.

All around the voting areas were Republican signs, not one belonging to, or representing the Democratic party.

I'm not a Democrat, nor am I a Republican, I'm a Liberal who believes in equal representation.  Aren't schools, like new stations, supposed to be unbiased?

Monday, November 3, 2008

Gahh 6 days?

I'm currently freaking out due to the fact that I only have six days left on lost.

Eh, it's not my fault! I've been posting links around like crazy!

If you'd like to help me out, just check out this link:

Anyways, I'm hoping to update Angry Punk Liberalists soon.... again, if you have a post, or a topic you'd like to contribute don't be afraid to send it in!

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Kiss Me Kate

Last night I went to the musical Kiss Me Kate, which was presented by my school's theatre group.  Normally I don't go to functions like this, but I went in support of my friend Kenneth, who is a good actor.

I almost died when I realised that I would most likely be sitting by myself, but luckily I bumped into Celery's girlfriend Hannah, who indeed is a life saver.  I didn't get much of the play other than the fact that there was much singing, dancing, and scandal.

Two guys from my AP art class were in it, and I'm pretty sure they'll end up being Famous, or better yet Infamous. (ahem, Dylan Bailey and Ryan Gillum)

However, I don't think I'll be attending another event like that anytime soon due to the fact that I feel so weird being surrounded by rich caucasian folks.

Seriously, I don't think I saw anyone who wasn't white.  It made me feel weird inside, even though I'm half white, my skin is predominantly tan.  Not to mention I only had 1 friend to sit by.  I did however find out that some of my friends were backstage people.

I also met a fellow member of the Debate team.  Whoo socializing!

Eh.  Kenneth, you owe me big time for actually showing up.

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Oh Halloweenies.

Man oh man was last night was Killer!

I went to Hang's at five and she answered the door while in a towel... she was taking a shower.  It was very awkward.

Anyways I went Trick or Treating with bunches of people, Stefy, Elizabeth, Hang, Adrian, Taylor, Zack, and Ian... not that anybody cares about names online, but just in case you're wondering (Bekka) that's all you missed out on.

We went to this swanky neighborhood that was filled with stuck up people and got some candy.  It was kinda awkward because there were tons of people staring at us because we were all teenagers, but no one really cared that much.

We walked around for like an hour and then we walked all the way back to Hang's house which was at the other end of town >.<

I had fun hanging with people, especially Ian and Taylor who almost made me wanna pee myself laughing.

Also I found out that Zack reads my blog..... can you say odd?