When I have a deep, or philosophical, idea/question that I want to talk about, and I have nobody to share it with. Either a lot of people wouldn’t care about what I’m saying, or they don’t take what I’m saying seriously, or they’re just plain too stupid to understand what I’m talking about.
Junior and Senior year need to get here so I can take my philosophy classes. Either that, or I need to find a group of really intelligent friends who will actually debate these ideas. I’d rather both, but the problem is finding these people.
Most people would ask why. Not you though. You just go straight to, “You’re/That’s so stupid,” and continue to ridicule me. Then comes the yelling about how stupid it is and how you’re rethinking just how smart I am. Now we’re pretending like it doesn’t even exist. It’s like you don’t even care.
BUT! Somehow I had the weirdest experience ever last night.
I remember being somewhere, I don’t remember what I was doing. I remember figuring out that I was in a dream, and taking control of it for a while. Next thing I knew, I was in an elevator. When the doors opened, I was in an office, and Ms. Marton was behind the desk. We started debating about reality, and the fact that I was dreaming. She manipulated it against me, ending with “What dream?” I woke up yelling, and falling off of my bed in a room with a red tint. I looked around for a second, then I woke up again in my own room.
It was like an existential nightmare within another dream.
Kay, that last question was creepy, and I'm working on getting a job, just having a hard time. So...how do you like Southeastern?
Eh. I’m assuming it came from the new follower I picked up recently, but who knows. I’m just way too lazy to comply.
Anyway, at least you’re trying. They have on campus jobs, so you can probably get one whenever you get here. I work on campus, and it’s unbelievably easy. Other than that, the school is great. For now, most of my classes are a joke, but the school’s really nice, and everything’s in walking distance, and the campus is pretty quiet for the most part.
“As you might imagine, the group reads like a list of Twitter trending topics. In fact, see if you can differentiate between the actual additions and popular Twitter hashtags. (Hint: “hashtag” belongs in the former category.)
I understand that you want to “spread the word of Jesus,” and all that, but seriously. I told you that I’m not religious, and that I don’t believe in a specific God. I also told you that I was raised as a catholic. I don’t want you trying to convert me to whatever religion you are while I’m trying to watch people play ping pong.
I respect other people and their opinions, but I really just don’t give a shit what they believe. They can go ahead and be a part of whatever religion makes them happy. I just don’t want it imposed on me after I have shared my opinions on the matter. I don’t want to be burdened with religion, or whether or not my actions have an effect on whatever afterlife there may or may not be. I could not honestly give any less of a fuck about it.
I understand that he’s excited about his religion, and that he wants to tell people about it, but I was laughing at him as he explained, and I told him that I didn’t want religion in my life. Several times. Take a hint, I don’t want to hear your Jesus spiel.
I don’t need some would-be preacher twisting my words around and using them against me when I can barely think clear enough for myself.
Um, I guess I'm pretty good. I hate that I'm still living at home and not going to school. I feel like... I don't know. It sucks. I can't wait until January. So, aren't you going to Southeastern? What did you decide to major in?
That sounds awful. :/ Where’re you gonna go to school?