Archive for February, 2007

I hate my doctor.
February 25, 2007

I went to my doctor to fill up my physical form, and the secretary tells me he’ll do it on monday because he isn’t here on Saturday and Sunday. Sounds good to you? No. Monday is the last and final day for tryouts. So, yeah, you know what happens; missed tryouts and blah blah blah. Then i go to the doctor a few weeks later cause i jammed my finger playing basketball. So i go, and he’s checking my finger right, and as if some invisible person reminds him, he says, “OH. I forgot, heres your physical.” So, in all politeness i say, “Thanks.” So when he’s done checking my finger and giving me an X-Ray and all that, (it was jammed for like, 3 weeks) we’re walking down the hall and he says, “I bet you, you’re going to make the tryouts. Top of the class!” While he’ s raising his hands in emphasis, i say, “Yeah, tryouts were last monday.” And heres the part where i really get pissed off, but don’t show it. Like he doesn’t know, he says sarcastically, “Oh my god. Im sorry. I was supposed fill it up for you on monday, but i asked my secratary to do it. Im sorry.” Pfft… Probably to busy jerking off or something….

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The things we have to do….
February 11, 2007

Well, i’ve just found out a thing called, “Self-Immolation”. Wikipedia describes it as, “Self-immolation is the act of self-sacrifice by suicide. Literally, “immolation” implies suicide by fire, but the term also includes other forms of self-sacrifice”

And the question is, why would anyone do such a thing like that? Well, one answer is, to make a statement. One might say, “What a crazy way to make a statement”. But what can you do? When you have no power, anything is meaningless. That may be my pessimist side going off. This ultimate act of self sacrafice goes to show the things we do just make things right.

Notable acts would be Thích Quảng Đức, a buddhist priest protesting against the goverment oppressing the Buddhist religion, and Malachi Ritscher against many things that he found disgusting in today’s society. Now that i think of it, Malachi Ritscher didn’t have much of a reason. At least Thích Quảng Đức had more of a reason. Plus Buddhist monks are fucking hardcore.