Friday, April 21, 2006


This was the...slowest...week...ever....It was my first week back from spring break, which was fairly uneventful itself, other than the memorial, assembly, and good service time I got in, but this week just dragged on and on. This is not to say I have been lacking in things to do, oh no. I was swamped on all sides by my teachers' last ditch efforts to teach us, but it was all so...sluggish. Next week promises to be just as awful: 3 (4?) days of STAR testing followed by a Friday and Monday of Trig finals + the essay for US History (about the effects of Puritan and Frontier heritage on the behavior of Americans in times of crisis)+ the unit final in US History + the skit in Drama 2 I was supposed to perform today, but we ran out of time + costume crew + that poem I have to write for Creative writing + my life! And that's just next week! Oh yeah, + the debate on THE EXISTENCE OF GOD that I have to do with this guy who has totally different, unbending beliefs no matter how much I try to reason with him.

Saturday, April 15, 2006


I absolutely, indisputably, unquestionably, undeniably, inarguably, and definitely for sure do NOT want to start my homework. That is why I am here loyal non-existent readers. I am here to write this to put off doing the writing I am actually supposed to be doing ...Oh no! I can't seem to think of anything to write! And I don't want to fill my blog with trivial nonsense! What am I to do? I suppose I have no choice. I

Friday, April 14, 2006

After the Talk

After the Talk
Originally uploaded by abdurmalik.
After the Memorial talk, I talked to a girl who I go to school with who is studying with a sister in Loomis. (Abdur's photo) Then it was off to Great Aunt Lou Jean's for goodies and an Andrew Lloyd Webber special on tape. :) That was unexpected, but being the huge musical fan that I am, I was just fine with it.

Monday, April 10, 2006


Has anybody else read the book The Blue Nowhere? That will scare you out of checking your email for a week! I consider myself fairly fluent in the computer/internet world, but some of the stuff in there knocked my socks off for sheer "I can't believe I didn't know that"-ness. It made it seem like we are all vulnerable, no matter what we do. I know it is a work of fiction, and parts of it are most likely obsolete by now, but it just leaves one to wonder: What else don't we know? What else is happening every day that we just aren't aware of?

Now that you all (Who all?) see me for the paranoid loser I am, I have other news very recently developed (like the last minute). I seem to be developing carpal tunnel syndrome. Ouch. Oh, yes, I'm a hypochondriac too. I hereby thank every person who has put up with me for the least amount of time over the years or who will in the future. Out.

Friday, April 07, 2006

The Definition

Blog: 1)an online diary; a personal chronological log of thoughts published on a Web page; also called Weblog, Web log
2)a personal Web site that provides updated headlines and news articles of other sites that are of interest to the user, also may include journal entries, commentaries and recommendations compiled by the user
3)tangible evidence that one is so vain as to think that their random thoughts put into list form will entertain for hours.

Enjoy my blog, whichever definition you choose to attribute to it.