back to school comics
There’s this girl at my school.
I try not to be bothered by her, but it’s very difficult.
She’s so full of hate and anger.
She insults you if you are religious.
She insults you if you are conservative or anything other than liberal in terms of politics.
She insults you if you have any opinions that differ from her own.
I agree with some of things she believes, but I definitely do not agree with the way she discriminates, hates, and insults others just because they are different from her. She says:
“I can’t be friends with someone who can not truly respect me and my rights.” and ‘ There’s a difference between being disliked for your opinions than dislike for your heritage and genetics.”
But she doesn’t understand that she is doing just those things, and that the hate she is giving off is just as bad as the hate she “fights against.”
I’ve reached the intersection in my educational career and my laziness career where calculus has become a major source of procrastination.
It is a strange time in my life.
Need to clean my room? I’ll just do some calculus homework first.
Need to run errands or go get gas? No, I’ll just do some calculus.
No clean clothes? Calculus comes before laundry.
Need to do other homework? Might as well put it off by doing calculus.
Just… Wow. I’m so unmotivated that it is simply breathtaking. I have so much to do, and I just want to cocoon in my covers forever (or until it’s time for summer or college)
Well… I can just study for that when I wake up.
Send good thoughts my way!
Make music instead. Problem solved!
It’s eleven at night, and I haven’t done any homework.
Guess I better just go to bed.
First day of classes:
After Thanksgiving Break:
My prediction for next semester: