Gather around, friends, and I shall tell you a story. It happened ten years ago yesterday, on March 26, 1997. I was in eighth grade.
I was in my fourth period class, shop class (or “tech ed” as it was also known as). The first half of the year that class period was art, now in to the second half it was tech ed. Much preferred art. Oh, well.
Anyway, as you can imagine if you know me personally, I got picked on a lot in middle school. I was an easy target. Lonely. Weird. Small. Frizzy hair. You name it. And my grades sucked, so it’s not like I was like the picked on, teacher’s pet, perfect student who’d go on to employ these people later on. I was past my seventh grade plummet and was down to mediocre at best academically. To this day, never quite climbed out of it.
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What’s so great about PDFs anyway? I’m sick of coming across these stupid things all over the damn internet.
“Oh, but it shows what the document would look like once printed! It’s so great! Yay!”
No, it’s not great. I mean, I can see where they have their purpose now and then, sure. But you get to some of these webpages that seems like every page is a damn PDF!
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I hereby decree…
Quit the tattoo discrimination!
Personally, I would never get a tattoo. Not only am I deathly afraid of needles, but I just don’t fancy a permanent painting in my skin. Not my bag.
However! I’m sick of how society seems to view people with tattoos with such disgust. God forbid someone isn’t standing perfectly straight with perfectly short groomed hair in a perfectly pressed little grey suit.
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And now, for a handheld musical edition of…
I think it’s obvious at this point. iPods suck. Granted, I don’t have one. I’ve never really used one. I’m sure they work just fine. So what am I bitching about if I don’t even have one? Simple. It’s the hype around them and the idea that they’re somehow so special that it seems everything needs to be about them.
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