Shoot me now, I don’t particularly care. It’s another day, and another blog to post – So let’s get on it RIGHT NOW!
Today was another boring day at college. I found out I made a 98 on my midterm essay for English 101– one that I absolutely could NOT stand whatsoever! I was pretty stoked about that, considering it was on a subject I was rather iffy with: child abuse. Don’t get me started on that crock of shit. Plz do not take this as a sign that I have been abused, my childhood was more than perfect.
I’ve just known really important people in my life that, however, came from shitacular shitty backgrounds. It’s less than fun for them to deal with whatever stigmas they place on society.
Uh…I had a biology lab midterm, which ends all my exams as of right now…until the next four weeks roll around. I also have a lab report to type up, which I should probably start tomorrow while I’m not doing jack SHIT!
Asides that, it’s been workworkwork. I need to go rewrite this fucking draft for an interview essay for Eng 101 that’s due Friday. That woman, I swear! She can’t teach! She talks about everything in various order. It doesn’t make sense. Explaining it won’t even make sense so I might as well shut up and move on!
Uh…The Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy being removed drives me insane. I was informed by my lovely friend, Emma, that it was. While I feel that it’s a good step up to show our acceptance to the homosexual crowd, I believe it’ll eventually serve as more detrimental to our fellow gays than not. When you think about it, the gay men are going to take more of a hit when it comes to being open about their sexuality in the military. I think sexuality shouldn’t play a role, and you should keep it shut out of the picture – it’s damaging to the relationships between the platoon, squad, battalion, company, whatever! Unfortunately there are closeminded people out there who will feel quite uncomfortable with the idea, and the last thing you want amongst a group of men that have to work together is for there to be a falling out over something so trivial.
It’s gonna be pretty damn distracting when someone on a military base decides to wear a rainbow shirt to show off their pride. Let’s face it, in an area where there needs to be order and professionalism, rubbing your sexuality in someone else’s face is not the right idea to go about doing things. People that are straight don’t go off making ying and yang symbol t-shirts and scream out, “HEY EVERYONE. I’M FUCKING STRAIGHT!” It’s ridiculous. I understand having pride, but keep it to the minimum in a place where there’s testosterone present around every corner. You’re stirring up the pudding and asking for some shit to go down.
I’m showing you my general disgust for day 3’s lack of sparkly events.
On another note – I have a meeting tomorrow…AGAIN. For work. Uh…Oh! I’m getting my hair cut Saturday morning. AND DYED! Back to its original color, at that. Stay tuned, guys.
Raping villages and burning women,