I've had kind of a lot on my plate the last few months, you guys. I've been spending my every weekend working on a web series called Grunt Slingers. I have been going to school (to be honest, I go about fifty percent of the time. I just hate it so much) and doing homework. I'm working at the hale most nights, but when I'm not there, I'm working at my accursed job, Applebee's.
School is almost over for me. I can't wait to be free, but at the same time, it sort of scares the bejeezus out of me. All of my carefully laid plans must come to fruition. Or I must attempt to make them come to fruition. ha ha ha. We'll see what happens, I guess.
Spain is out, you guys. I'm not going. I'm not going to explain myself on here, but it's out for the time being. Maybe later on. Plus, if I go and spend time in Europe, I kind of want to go everywhere. I want to go to spain, italy, france (especially normandy) england, scotland, germany, blah blah blah.
Sometimes, I think about Germany. I think about the Germans and how the populace at one point was like "yeah. Yeah, all of Europe should speak German. That's good. Also, I like that idea about how everyone should have fair skin. That's good, too." I mean, what the crap?? I also think about bicycles and the history of them. Who invented the bicycle? Oh. Wikipedia said that it was some German. Go figure.
But you know what I mean? I wonder if bikes were like X-boxes. Maybe the unreal graphics can be compared to the fact that someone could move at high speeds while maintaining their balance. "You what?! 15 miles per hour and you were riding around on just two wheels?? How did you sustain balance?" I bet you, when the bicycle came out all those years ago, it was the bee's knees, man.
Okay. That's it. I'm all done talking to you fools. It's friggin late, anyway.
I love you for reading.
I'm trying to be like Jesus.