Alright, so this might not be too “Teenage Introverty”, but today, I met up with my buddy Franz at the community college near downtown to help him with his radio show. The past few weeks, he’s been doing it solo, and has been doing a pretty amateurish job at it, so I decided to help him out since there was no school today.
We met up when I saw him walking with a huge backpack, as if he was going mountain hiking. We then chilled in the Cafe at the place, which was very roomy. I saw many college students, some in their late teens, others in their mid-40s. He showed me the radio studio and we planned a tad before we started up the show.
See all that equipment? This boy barely knows how to use any of it, as you can see in the upcoming clip. Continue reading →
Hi guys. I think I’ve posted at least once for every day this week. I’m sure that’s not the best habit to get into, but at this moment, I got nothing that I want to really do. I’m just sitting, occasionally looking outside of the window at the blueness, and enjoying some quiet time before my little brother comes back.
Well, I’ve also been thinking, of course. My brain never really shuts up, it just gets in these episodes of calmness, not really bliss, but definitely calmness.
Alright, guys! Guess what? I feel pretty good right now, very good. So good, this feeling doesn’t come about that often. It marks the end of a very satisfying week, but today could’ve sufficed for all of the satisfaction that I had throughout the week put together.
I’m feeling like…
No, not really. I don’t think it’s possible for me to ever be like that, hah. I’m actually quiet and calm at the moment, but nonetheless, today was a great day. Get ready — this one’s a Mo post.
This moment marks the end of a Friday, the end of a long, energy-draining week, and the time of reflection on how it all went! Some big changes have went on as time progressed, and they were pretty important. Perhaps you, my loyal reader, could learn even the smallest something from this post, and I hope that you do! (Although, you probably won’t…)
Now, this week was our high school’s Homecoming Spirit week, which is the prime measure of our school people’s tolerance enjoyment of being there. Throughout the week we were to dress up with various outfits depending on the day.
Let me say right now, that for the past three years, the most spirit I put into this school was wearing beads whose colors happened to almost line up with the school’s. But this time was a little different.
Gosh darnit. I would’ve easily figured out that they’d really be taking that road, after all of the “Social injustice” and discrimination that’s been disseminated by the media over the past couple of years. Honestly I see it as something that’s mostly exaggerated, convincing people that THIS IS THE BIGGEST ISSUE OF ALL TIME, and that everyone must type a long post complaining about it to bring about a revolution where everyone is equal.
Boy, what a day, what a day. I could honestly say that I enjoyed over half of the time at school today. Let me fill you in on all of the details; they’re actually quite relevant to this blog, believe it or not.
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Today was the day that all of the schools in the county took the PSAT, which is basically a mini-version of the SAT to project how well you would do on the real test. This applied to the 9th, 10th and 11th graders, since the 12th graders have already taken the SAT. Since the schedule had to mainly revolve around the majority of the school, the underclassmen had their homerooms for four hours to take the PSAT, and the seniors were moved to the auditorium for that time.
Now, what was expected was us sitting inside there for four hours doing absolutely nothing except social time. But unknowingly, Ms. Caz (the Leadership teacher before the Great Schedule Change), had set up some.. events…
Alright, you know, I don’t really like complaining
But when watermelons are thrown, they tend to cause some straining
Seems that my mission is too much, and I need extra training
Cuz I’m tired of the raining pain and, questioning what I’m gaining
outta this… Continue reading →