Friday, October 27


Grounded from the computer. Blah blah blah.
Need new blog design. Blah blah blah.
Saw The Guardian. Blah. It sucked. Blah blah blah.
I'm nearly done reading Fight Club, and I've started reading Invisble Monsters, which is by the same author.... Blah blah blah.

When there are four dots in an ellipsis, does it mean the proceeding sentence begins with the ellipsis?

Anyways, we had a Socratic Seminar in English today, which is really like a group debate. It was on Thoreau's views on government. Being the bamf I am I argued Libertarian like politics. It's what I really believe in. Self responsibility and social freedom and such.
Everyone thought I was advocating anarchy. Close. But not really.
It made me so mad. Goddammit. High School is so terrific. TERRIFIC MEANS BAD. Look it up.

I'm going to buy Seriously. I'm tired of this BS. The English speaking world needs to get their Latin roots straight and forget this whole amelioration thing. It's truly a crisis.

Politick is a verb.


Anonymous la eilime said...

i have a really condensed and sometimes off version of the oxford dictionary of current english (year 2002) and it says that the informal meaning of terrific is excellent, which is the second meaning. incidentally, it only has two. the first says "of great size, amount or strength."

informal... i suppose it's a bit like everything else in english, isn't it? which is why it's so difficult to understand.

i think that it's gay.

and nobody will ever know what in the hell i mean by that. do i think it's happy, homosexual, stupid, corny, a waste of time... a general annoyance?


unfortunately he can't. this too is gay.


right. i'm lame. but you know what i mean....

...or do you? this entire blogment is likely filled with so many words which are formally incorrectly used, and i'm helpless to realize it because i am so accustomed to using them this way.

like woe!

10:43 AM  
Blogger Russ said...

Anarchy wouldn't be so bad anyway.

8:06 PM  

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