Write one leaf about stupidity.
(via writeoneleaf) People are stupid. People complain that 50 Cent is killing Hip Hop. People complain that Lil’ Wayne lacks substance in his lyrics. Yet, people download/buy and listen to their albums. People watch/vote for their music videos. People repeat their lyrics of female objectification, homosexual discrimination, and street genocide. Yet, people complain about the death of Hip...
Get back to bloggin'
I want to and need to get back to blogging or at least writing in a journal. I miss it. I’m getting back into IMs for basketball. Last night, I played with a new team. We lost. But, it’s all good. Still working out the kinks. Not just myself, but team chemistry. I played early this morning at the ARC and won 4 games in a row. I feel like I am getting into the swing of things. Our...
Still Following My New Year's Resolution
Well, yeah I am still following my new year’s resolution: to gain 15 pounds in muscle and reach 140 pounds in body weight. I know it’s only been a week, or barely even that. But hey, it’s something. Been working out everyday either at the ARC or at home for an hour. Working on different muscle groups each day. Keeping the variety. Eating three times a day. Especially, eating...
Write one leaf about a favorite poem.
writeoneleaf: If you don’t have a favorite poem, go get one. Or write one. Or write one leaf about why you don’t read poetry, but do not write one leaf about why you don’t read poetry without first reading some poetry, because if you do, you will likely be making assumptions about poetry that are untrue.
site stuff: comments?
psychotherapy: I’ve always been a bit unhappy with the fact that it’s hard for this to be a more interactive site - while Tumblr is a wonderful platform in many, many ways, the inability for someone to easily leave a comment or a question on a post has always been problematic for me. I want to hear from all of you (the site is closing in on 5,000 followers on tumblr alone - which is...
The Health Hazards of Being Single (Psychology... →
psychotherapy: …A national survey of 123,859 Americans concluded that both men and women are less likely to report having chronic health conditions if they are married than if they are not. And, interesting enough, married people also had fewer accidents than their single friends with divorced women having the greatest number…nearly twice as many as married women. In fact, unmarried women seem...
First for Everything
Just for my record: Lu-E, Hilary, Christian, Yoyo, Isaac, Mike, and Diana. Holiday Inn at Union Landing. Shot of Jager with everyone when it turned 2010. Brownie soon after the 2010 countdown. King’s cup. Hilary and Root Beer. 18 dummy. Taco Bell munchies. In the zone with my i-pod. King’s cup… again. McDonald’s in the morning. Your Universe.