Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Hillary Clinton is still a horrible person. Horrible. Utterly and entirely. I'll detail eventually, when I have time.
War in Iraq is proceeding better then I expected. It's like fighting a guerilla war. Not easily winnable. All you idiots yelling at bush? If you think you can do better, go there yourself. I'm sure our soldiers will hold fire when they use you as a meat shield. Or not... Probably not.
Lebanon... Just go in there, take their rockets, and kill them. I hate to say this, but INNOCENT PEOPLE ARE DYING. THIS IS AN ACT OF WAR ON ISRAEL. LEBANON HAS NOT TRIED TO STOP IT, SO THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE. If mexican terrorists did this, we'd give them 2 days to do something about it, then we'd go in there, execute the terrorists, and take over mexico till they get their act together. Because it's our right as a soveriegn nation to wage war for no reason, and to react to aggression. And take any land we can secure. Including... all... of... both american continents. We have the right to do that. And they have the right to fight back or invade. And other countries have the right to choose sides and duke it out to.
Wisconsin Proffesors... Well, guillotine. I'm sick of him already. Guillotine. Like what should be done to sadaam by his former people, and should be done to Osama bin Laden... But I feel better knowing we were hit by a smart if weasly S.O.B. He's hiding somewhere.
Seperation of Church and State? Well, I hate organized religion. I haven't been to church in a long time. I don't say Grace over dinner unless being polite. I don't pray out loud. But here is the thing. It even bothers me to see a cross prominent. But WTF people? YOU ARE INFRINGING ON OTHER PEOPLES RIGHTS WHEN YOU MAKE THEM TAKE DOWN THEIR CROSS. A 498763 foot tall cross? Solid silver? Blinds little children? THEIR RIGHT... As long as they but red blinky lights per tower standards. And I quote "The Goverment May Make No Laws Regarding The Establishment or Practice Of Religion." That includes removing crosses because they are crosses...
Okay. This is the one and only Arrowatch out. XboxLive Gamertag: Arrowatch. Look me up. I'll whoop you. :-p Kiddin. Email: Kealakalai@yahoo.com
Seriously. Comment, or mail me... actually mail me... I'm floating in a see of loneliness. *emo fish swimming... Punk fish begining... Bye bye emo fish...*
Friday, June 23, 2006
Date: Jun 23, 2006 12:47 AM
Layla is sorry too
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Monday, May 08, 2006
Colleges and schools tend ot teach morals, ethics, etc. Your teachers advocate "monogamy", "abstinence", "safe sex", "morals", "ethics". If you don't agree, you are discliplined. Your views are flawed, according to our authoritarian "Teachers" and "Proffessors." Questions, tests, quizes, all geared toward an exact response, considered the "correct" response. Tests ask one correct answer questions, seemingly easy but not always correct. We label good and bad.
Why? A simple questoin. Simple answer. Because we have let other points of view try and raise our youth. Because even if it is morally right, they believe that we are wrong. So each generation continues to be fogged in, and lob weird accusations of immorality at each other, though that action, and what they believe is right, is in essence bad and harmful. Much like linking Satan, The Devil, with Music, Art, Drama, as was done in the not so distant past. And tends to be done today. Playwrites, violinists, artists, all deomns. And so we do demonize or sanctifiy to sainthood and senate other mortals, erring, and ultimately self-serving humans. What we call evil.
Take that home. Chew on it. It's delicious. It's good for yhou. And is incredibly common amongst both adults and teens. We are no longer capable, by thier recognizing, of discerning a moral on our own. if it's not discernable, why is it a moral? Where did they learn it?[/td]
Wrote this for Psychology class. If I didn't ace the hard facts part of that class, I'd fail. I'm not big on the teachers incredibly incredibly close minded ethics. Oh well, you learn where you can, right guys?
Monday, April 17, 2006
| You scored as Captain Jack Sparrow. Roguish,quick-witted, and incredibly lucky, Jack Sparrow is a pirate who sometimes ends up being a hero, against his better judgement. Captain Jack looks out for #1, but he can be counted on (usually) to do the right thing. He has an incredibly persuasive tongue, a mind that borders on genius or insanity, and an incredible talent for getting into trouble and getting out of it. Maybe its brains, maybe its genius, or maybe its just plain luck. Or maybe a mixture of all three. |
Which Action Hero Would You Be? v. 2.0
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What Do You Live For?
Creativity- To you the world's a canvas and everything in it worthy of expression. No matter where you are, you are always coming up with new ideas. You love to use your hands. Whether it be painting or writing, if you created it, the happier you are with it. You can be extreamly funny or very serious, it all depends on your mood. Mood swings happen often for you. You are probably a loner because of this, not that you mind. Just think before you speak every now and then.
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Tuesday, February 14, 2006
| You scored as Serenity (Firefly). You like to live your own way and donâ��t enjoy when anyone but a friend tries to tell you should do different. Now if only the Reavers would quit trying to skin you.|
Your Ultimate Sci-Fi Profile II: which sci-fi crew would you best fit in? (pics)
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Okay, I love Serenity, and Adore Cowboy Bebop... But battle star galactica? I hate that show. I don't like the old series either. I really try not to watch it.
Thursday, January 19, 2006
I DID NOT blow my speech. Inso fact, I aced it. I mean, I didn't prepare a speach. I researched much of Machiavelli. Then spoke about him. Not the negatives, but who he was, how he thought. Then we have an impromptu speech. I chose if I could go back in time and BE anyone, who and why. I chose him. I'd make a few subtle changes. Marriage. To not die a lonely and sad death. That would be about it. He was a great man. Sad, misunderstood, and immensely disliked during and after his life, but wonderful.
And my Interview was good. I had one engaging judge, and one who sat and absorbed it all. And in my obituary, I would want it to say "He was a very evil man. But he had an immense heart, despite this. He looked into the heart of everyone, and saw them as they were." I was actually asked by them if I died tomorrow, what would I want in my obituary.
Now the essay, that was interesting. God, how annoying. Oh well.
I believe it has come time to sleep.
I'm not sure if the kings are going to win this hockey game. It's tied, with 7 minutes to go in the 3rd and last period. We'll see.
L.A. is ahead 1 pt with 2:30 to go.
LA WON!!! YEAH!!! I'm a big anaheim fan, but I'd prefer L.A. to win then a non-socal team. So good night everyone.
Monday, January 09, 2006
I must say, before I forget, that there is much more to any single thing then we realize. Pick up any object on your desk and think of what you see. Then what you know about it. Then close your eyes and feel through it. What it feels. A certain depth untangible. But it's there. And soothe, it's more then we could readily realize. But it's not just objects. Everything has that quality. People, animals, and I believe emotions to be tangible in the same way. I plan on learning more about animals and people through this newly realized talent, and idea.
Well, back on more realistic things, Jennifer, love of my life for almost 3 years, may move away from me. From So-Cal to Boulder City, Nevada. Kinda far. I'm sad, but that's what happens in October. So it is my goal to figure out how to make her remaining time awesome. I might lose her when she's there. She doesn't believe long distance relationships work. This alarms me, but in all truth, it is the most realistic and optimistic view to take on it. So blech. Good luck with that...
Well all, Long nights and Good Nights to all.
Friday, January 06, 2006
In anycase, This will become very interesting.
So I have begun writing again. Poems, Stories, and this nice little piece on the eradication of Christmas from December. But I can't publish any here, as I don't have any of the hard copies with me, and I didn't write them on this comp.
So have fun, everyone. Arro out.