Tuesday, March 07, 2006
Girls are nothing more than a wasted cathexis
My title is pretty much all I have to say at this point. Geez, talk about wasted years...
Posted at 09:33 am by RejectProject
Wednesday, November 02, 2005
Top 10 reasons why a handgun is better than a woman
#10 - You can trade an old .44 for two new .22s.
#9 - You can keep one handgun at home and have another for
when you're on the road.
#8 - If you admire a friend's handgun, and tell him so, he
will probably let you try it out a few times.
#7 - Your primary handgun doesn't mind if you have a
#6 - Your handgun will stay with you even if you're out of
#5 - A handgun doesn't take up a lot of closet space.
#4 - Handguns function normally every day of the month.
#3 - A handgun doesn't ask "Do these new grips make me look
#2 - A handgun doesn't mind if you go to sleep after you
AND THE NUMBER ONE WAY THAT A HANDGUN IS BETTER THAN A
WOMAN . . . You can buy a silencer for a handgun.
Posted at 11:03 pm by RejectProject
Saturday, October 01, 2005
Life is so strange. One minute you're happy, the next minute you're not. The last two weeks I've been feeling weird and mellow. I've been really tired and wore out lately. I've turned down opportunities to go hang out with friends; I've stepped back from "the group". I've avoided some people just because I don't want to deal with the things that come up when I'm around them. There are people that whenever I'm around them, I'm a different person. I'm on my toes, like I'm walking on eggshells. And for what? So they don't think I'm a total idiot? Whatever. What kind of a friend doesn't say a word to you when they see you unless they want something? Especially when you see them for like 8 hours? I don't know what to think about these "friends". It bothers me that they are this way, but I can't change them, and I wouldn't want to. I want them to do what the want to do. I just don't want them to call me their friend if they refuse to treat me like I am. People never take the time to actually try to understand someone who's different, who doesn't think they way they do. Besides myself, I can think of a couple other people who are "different" but I don't think people take the time to delve deeper into them. We're so busy wrapped up in our own little worlds that we ignore others. I'm guilty of it to, but maybe more so in a way, because I make myself look at the big picture in every situation. There are so many things that hurt right now, but in the grand scheme of God's plan, I know it is best. He has to change me in order to use me. He has to take the things out of my life that are holding me down. It's like taking a splinter out of a finger. It hurts to get the splinter, but then it hurts more when you try to take it out. But, in order to be healed, it has to come out. The longer it stays in, the harder it is to get it out, and the more painful. I look at life like that. God has to pull some deep-rooted sins out of our lives sometimes, and it's not a pleasant experience. It hurts. But, in the end, we need to be grateful that He saved us from the sinful ways that we constantly fall into. Iím not as paranoid as people think I am, I just think too much about things and I like to explore people and find out what makes them tick. I will say though that Iím sick of people who put up a front. If Iím having a bad day, my friends will know it. If Iím having a good day, my friends will know that too. Sometimes I just run out of words to write because Iíve said it all before, whether itís on here, in my other blogs, or in my other writings. Itís 2:15 AM. I just got home. So many times when Iím driving, Iíll be thinking about someone, and Iíll just be wondering what they are thinking about at that moment. Usually theyíre dreaming.
Posted at 02:29 am by RejectProject
Monday, September 05, 2005
Well due to popular request, I'm posting. Alot has happened lately, and I've been so busy that I honestly just haven't cared about blogging. I bought some butterfly knives on Ebay. I also bought a sweet SwissChamp XLT knife too. It's the largest Swiss Army Knife that they make. I had something interesting to post about, but I totally forgot about it. I hate school. I have so much work to do, and yeah, I definitely am procrastinating. I definitely had an interesting night tonight, but I'm not going into any more details than that. My room is still clean, even after 2 weeks! I'm the man! I'm trying to figure out what God is trying to show me with certain things, but I don't know what they are. Sprint tried to con us out of $450 that they owed us, so I went up to the Sprint store and demanded that they give me the money. At first the guy was like, "Well, there's nothing that I can do here, blah blah blah." I refused to take no for an answer. To make a long tory short, after an hour and dealing with the guy, and me not backing down, they're going to process and mail out the checks to us. Darn right they are. I don't put up with that kind of dishonestly. Tomorrow is a piad holiday. Yeah baby, yeah!
Posted at 01:13 am by RejectProject
Wednesday, August 17, 2005
I got my scholarship back!
After 4 semesters of trying to raise my GPA, and getting to the point where I was 3/1000thís of a point away from getting it back, I finally succeeded! I called the Florida Department of Education to check on my restoration application, and they told me that my scholarship has been reinstated! So when I go to pay for my classes, Iím only responsible for 25% of the cost, and my parents are going to pay for that part of it! Woo hoo! Now I can start saving up my money to pay off other stuff that I need to pay for. I canít wait to graduate! I want to build my own house and start a family, and maybe by next year things will start to work out to where I can do that.
School starts next week, and I am not looking forward to that at all. This is my only week this summer where all I do is work and donít have school, and itís a bummer because everyone else is out having fun doing whatever they want, and I sit around and work full time. The paychecks are nice even though the government takes out $583.07 in deductions a month, gosh. I could buy a small house for that!
When I get off work in two hours Iím running over to church to work on the Mexico video for church, that should be interesting. Iím too tired to do it right now but I need to get it done well before Sunday. My business trip got canceled for this week, so I wasnít too happy about that. We had the training here instead. I am authorized though to issue evacuations of the counties around Lake Okeechobee, thanks to that training, lol. Power is cool. I have a strange feeling that next week when school starts, Iím not going to see very much of you guys except maybe on weekends. My course load is looking rather strenuous. I havenít taken senior-level engineering classes before.
I want to take a section of this blog for prayer requests as well, specifically for Stevenís mom, Mrs. Hunter. Sheís in the hospital and sheís not doing well at all. She really needs our prayers. I know everything is in Godís hands at this point, but pray that whatever He decides, that He will give the Hunterís the strength to get through any adversity it may bring about. Thanks guys.
Posted at 02:15 pm by RejectProject