Dark clouds may hang on me sometimes

Dark clouds may hang on me sometimes, but I'll work it out...

Friday, January 28, 2011


Everyone has one friend with whom they have a strange relationship. It's not at all normal but it doesn't matter. You're friends regardless.

I have this one friend who I've known a couple years now. Or at least a year. I'm not even sure. We hardly see eachother but whenever something comes up that we know the other would like, we call eachother and that's that. Like no time has passed at all.

It's odd, but if one of us has a problem, we automatically text eachother. The conversation will last all day, if not two days, and once its done, it's done.

We never make plans. Any time we see eachother it's a same day, spur of the moment type of thing, and I'm ok with it.

Those are the friendships you should hold on to.

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Saturday, January 8, 2011


Born-Again Christianity.

I'm not going to pretend that I understand it... because I don't. I don't know what it's like, or what the church is like, or what they pray for.

Here is what I do know, after looking around a bit and asking questions:

1) Most people become Born-Agains because they've done something horrible in their life, and need to be 'saved'.

2) They are not unlike a cult. Once someone become a Born-Again, they spend all of their time either at church or doing other activities with other Born-Agains.

3) You cannot have a rational, inteligent conversation with them because all they do is preach. And no matter how hard you try, you're wrong.

4) They're lacking in the sense of humor department. Anything that is remotely 'unholy' is frowned upon and offensive.

5) They're very judgemental.

What I don't understand is that if you did do horrible things, and then you were 'saved', why would you so harshly judge another person? What makes you better than anyone else? Who are you that you think you're above anyone else? In my entire life, I've never done anything so horrible that I'd have to be 'saved'. I've always been a good person. I didn't have to be 'saved' to change my old ways. That in itself makes me a better person.

The other thing I don't think I'll ever understand is... if you were 'saved' to become a better person, why have you instead only become worse?

“Born again?! No, I'm not. Excuse me for getting it right the first time.” Dennis Miller

Friday, January 7, 2011


Is it so hard to be a decent person? I mean, really. Is it that difficult to let your job know you're not coming in to work more than an hour before you're supposed to be there?

Is it really too hard to answer the person who is covering you, even though they know you're probably not sick at all while they're suffering with a cold, when they ask you a question that is far from complicated? The question had four words in it and it wasn't mean or intimidating or even rude.

On an entirely different note, I don't understand how you can be such a horribly shitty person and still get away with so much. I hate to see what happens when mommy doesn't do everything for you anymore.

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