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As the title suggests, I will be telling stories and expressing my varying opinions. And yes, they may be offensive. Not offensive in the way that you're thinking (by that I mean I'm not going to be flat out profane) more offensive in the sense that I'm going to say things that you might not like. I have a lot of opinions, and they're rather strong. You may disagree, but hopefully you'll find yourself slightly entertained, maybe just a little amused, possibly just a bit aroused (that's a joke, by the way). If you're even the smallest amount intrigued, then I encourage you to continue reading. I have much, much more to say.

10/17/11

This Guy, Again

Yes, I'm back. I just finished doing a little bit of homework, and before going on to do some more I'm going to waste some time. Why not? I'm skipping my Chemistry class right now anyway, might as well waste even more time. And I'm not skipping because I'm a bad student, I'd actually say that I'm a pretty good student, it's just that I didn't feel like going today because I'm already savvy to the information that would be covered today. So stop judging me. ...
Okay then, moving on. I still haven't completely decided what I'm going to do with this blog. I don't have any stories at the moment, I don't want to force them either. I could tell about my day at Lagoon Amusement Park this past Saturday, but I don't want to bore people.
If I were to sum it up in one (poorly written) sentence then "Cool ride get wet good time dirty joke Kiss from a Rose barbecue Wicked fun stuff hand hold haunted house mega day" would be that sentence. But I'm not going to do that. Oh... Well I guess I did but I won't ever be doing it again, most likely.
It was a good day actually. I made a rockin' Lagoon mix CD for the drive down. The first song was Kiss from a Rose by Seal, which has become our
Traditional Lagoon Song
Which as you can see always has to be written on it's own line. Give the
Traditional Lagoon Song
the respect it deserves. All traditions need to be respected and appreciated. Traditions are a good thing, they promote commitment, camaraderie, happiness, joy, friendship, and good decision-making skills. So respect all of the traditions in your life. I was going to make a bullet list for why they need to be respected but it seems like a lot of work. I'll do it anyway.
If you don't respect the tradition:

  • It may fade away.
  • It won't be cool anymore.
  • It won't respect you.
  • I won't respect you.
  • I will punch you. Somewhere. You won't know until it happens. 
There are other reasons. I have several traditions that I practice. Here's a few:

  1. Listening to Kiss from a Rose on the way to Lagoon.
  2. Getting IBC Root Beer in a frosty mug when I go to Chili's. 
  3. Getting IBC Root Beer when a friend leaves on a mission.
  4. Halloween...
  5. Watching V for Vendetta on the 5th of November. (I'll be honest, I have not held up this tradition like I would like to.)
  6. Brushing my teeth in the morning and at night. 
And there are many, many more. Well I think I've made my point for the day. Thank you for reading, readers.  As always, here is a link to Earl.

The Epic Adventures of Earl IV

Steve

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