I hope it's good.
I have one of my friends from 7th grade in my second period right now. I'm feeling good about it.
I thought that my least favorite person in the universe transferred out, but he was just absent
...has suddenly become very interesting. A health teacher went into a little too much detail during a human sexuality class and is now on adminastrative(sp?) leave.
And we're at the point of time in the year where the teachers are just starting to make up dumb little filler assignments to keep us busy, so something interesting happening helps to reverse the effects of monotony. It even got on the news!!!!
We had this weird German guy as a sub, he reminded me of Einstein, there's also this sub who calls himself Homie K who reminds me of Robin Williams, but that's off topic. These two guys started fighting in the middle of the class and he shouted "NO VIOLENCE!" really loudly, so they did the logical thing and kept fighting. He went in to break them up and started doing all this martial arts stuff, I think one of the people got really freaked out.
Then on the way to 7th period someone knocked my binder out of my hand, I thought that stopped being funny 50 years ago, but I must be mistaken.
Enough about me, let's hear more about you.
So I finally got my schedule for school (which stars next Monday). My classes go like this.
Language H (Honors, I don't know how many other schools do it like that, it's like AP)
G=How many girls are directly in front of you.
T=How fast they're talking in WPM
H=How hungry you are on a scale of 1-10
B=How many friends the girls will have cut in front of you to join them.
1. The law of "Sensitive subjects"
Any discussion of Sensitive Subjects (Religion and politics) will ultimately become the same thing.
Any discussion about politics will eventually become a thorough examination and criticism of every single one of the U.S's policies.
Any discussion about religion must have at least one post declaring a deep hatred for religion, citing every source they can find to disprove God's existence, and outlining every tiny flaw with the Bible.
2. The law of numbers.
All threads dealing with numbers should have at leas one OVER 9000 reference. Calculations project this trend will continue for more than 465,824 years before dying out.
3. Please see: "Godwin's Law"
Our scientists are working around the clock to discover new laws but for the moment please enjoy these.
I'm on here rather late, it's not very exciting, and I'm tired.
The house of the coach of the Utah Jazz (Jerry Sloan) is very close to my house (And right across the street from my church) and he's been trying to sell it for some time. He's listed with a few agents, and none have been able to sell it. One however (I don't know if he's still with him.) put one of those gigantic full page ads in a newspaper. This would be unexciting except for the fact that the ad was extremely cheesy. He devoted about half of the ad talking about what a great real estate agent Mr. Sloan had chosen, and came up with something like this.
"In 1986 JOHN DOE [My dad read it aloud so I never actually saw the ad, but the idea that he types his name in all caps whenever he uses it makes me giggle] was in a sever motorcycle accident that left him fighting for his life. Pinned under the twisted wreckage, JOHN DOE survived what should have been a fatal accident with his [adjective] and [adjective] [i'm tired, insert whatever you want into those because I can't think of anything at the moment.] the same skills that make him such a wise choice."
Alas, I'm having trouble finding information on the house on the real estate sites I've looked at. I'm sure if I can even get the address, everything will click into place.
I draw the line when he starts making fun of the plane Barack Obama flies in and an even thicker line when he complains that there's no American Flag on it.
I don't know much about his views, I just don't like his attitude, which usually strikes me as "DEMOCRATS ARE ALWAYS WRONG!" (maybe that sums up his views.)