I am absolutely disgusted with myself. This week I accomplished nothing and killed the majority of my brain cells by watching 5 full seasons of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
But I'm not going to rant about Kim Kardashian (God knows she gets enough attention as it is and it's sickening) because I promised myself I would NEVER watch this show, EVER. But then one Thursday afternoon, after a long day at school, I came home, opened up Netflix, and there it was. So I thought to myself,
I think math is going to take a serious hit at my GPA.
Nevermind that I've shown up for almost every class and I've done all of the homework on time and I study at least 2 hours before every test. Math does not interest me in the LEAST, and I cannot retain all of the information I need for a test no matter how long I study. I got a 70/100 on my last exam, which honestly, I'm not complaining about...but it could have been better.
I find it hard to enjoy a class that a
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Episode 49 of theDark InSpectre is now online, in which our hero finds himself at the center of rather unseemly investigation.
Here’s an excerpt:
I wasn’t aware of Beale’s lips moving, but I heard the voice, that smirking, leering voice. “Well, how do you think it looks? I mean the lieutenant, best friends with James Mallon, formerly involved with Ms. Mallon? Then the husband is dead, possibly killed by the lieutenant, and the next thing you know, they’re shacking up together
This is not to say I look up to them for their addictions or their unfortunate suicides, but Hunter S. Thompson and Kurt Cobain are powerful influences in my life. The Father Of Gonzo and the Father Of Grunge--two men who entered the field of their interest, each carrying a powerful message, and, unwilling to change themselves, changed it completely and forever. But, yes, it is a bit about the 'rock-star lives' they led, though only one was a musician.
Currently, I am reading Dr.