I’ve had more thoughts.
Everybody works for the president. No matter what you do. I guess it’s rather obvious. If you don’t think so, here’s how it goes down.
Say, for example, you’re a teacher. You’re under the supervision of the principal, who is under the supervision of the superintendent, who works for the governor. I don’t want to get into all this politics crap, but you know the governor works for the president.
You’re a bellboy. You work for your boss (obviously) who has to pay taxes to the FDA and the FLA (Federal Liscence admin.), which goes to the president.
I still think school is a communism.
I think it’s very possible that underneath all this outer political stuff, there’s a network of secret polititians that control everything. The president has no power; he and we only think he does. There are secret police all around us, watching us, looking for people that might know about the secret government. Their technology is really advanced, and is secret.
Maybe the Matrix is a true story.
I keep thinking of stuff to write, but I always forget it right when I sit down. It’s rather irritating. Nothing I just wrote about was planned.
Deep down, I’m really racist. The only reason people don’t know this is because I don’t say stuff out loud. I’m not going to say who I’m racist against, because I might get killed. I used to be sexist, too, but I got that fixed.
I was such a…date-o-phobe in elementary school. I remember in 6th grade this guy and girl were dating and I was like, “ew.” They were the first people I knew that dated. Then I changed schools to Olympic View Middle, and there was dating all around. At first I was like, “O_O?” Then by the end of the year I had gotten comfortable by the thought of dating. I had trouble having a casual conversation with a girl up until the end of…ninth grade? I know, I’m weird.
I like cheese.
Our most recent talks in small groups and at school (with a non-Christian) has got me thinking.
Crap, I just lost my train of thought.
Now I must send two people emails before I forget.
Oh yeah, here’s a little riddle thingy.
I am the sunlight
Caressing the world
And blanketing it in my glory
I am gently Prometheus
Breathing life into mortals
And spurring them against what we hold to be true
I am the envy of lust
The thwarter of hate
The fire to spark the deadly sins
I am the flame of the candle
Combusted into the hungry jaws
Of a fire with no extinguisher
I am the talented bassist
Basking in the light of the stage
Your heart is merely the instrument of my choice
I am the blaze of desire
Licking the shards of ice
Embedded deep within your frigid soul
I am the circle of life
For more often than I die
I am reborn from the ashes of the phoenix
I am the ruthless warlord
My dominion knows no bounds
Once you are my prisoner, there is no escape
I am the glass figurine
Balanced high upon the mantle
Shatter me too many times and I cannot be mended again
I am the unanswerable question
Poised on the edge of one’s tongue
Once asked, there is no going back
What am I?
If you need my essays for any reason (or you just want to read them), I posted them on jfuessay.wordpress.com
I had a few days (or weeks) to think. I came up with this.
I want to learn more languages. I want to learn Spanish, Japanese, French, Polish, Korean, German, and some others. Recently I figured out that since some languages come from the same root language (like the Indo-European language), the languages are really similar. I used some of my background knowledge from learning Russian to figure out what someone said in Spanish. It’s weird. They’re on opposite sides of Eurasia, and yet they’re so similar.
It works with writing, too. I can (kinda) write in Chinese, so I can (kinda) write in Korean. And a lot of Japanese Kanji….? I can recognize from reading Chinese.
Our school teaches four (five including English) Indo-European languages, and only one language that’s not. I find that kind of dumb, since they’re pretty much similar. Japanese is its own language family, which is Japonic (I could have sworn it was a branch of Chinese).
Wow… I was looking through Wikipedia and I saw that Japanese and Korean have no relation to Chinese. But I speak Chinese rather fluently and I can see where Korean is very similar to Chinese. I haven’t had as much exposure to Japanese.
I know all this stuff is probably really obvious to you. I just didn’t think the languages were THAT related.