Just watched a horror movie
I chat about the plot and the holes. Why didn’t they merely use the devices at hand? What happened to the camera? What about the doctor?
I laugh at the inconceivable scariness.
I scoff at the logic behind such a stupid nightmare.
I sleep with the lights on.
All of my friends are at work
I cannot go to the beach alone.
I cannot go to the movies alone.
I cannot go to Disney alone.
Why am I not at work?
Mom bought apology dresses
The count is now four.
We’re taking some back.
Found one of my old MP3 players
It has a rap song about the Seven Days war in it. I remember using it in a power point.
Younger me…like…you cutie. Did you really like World War Two that much?
Oh no my disney blog is becoming popular
oh no that means i have to actually do stuff
Exactly my sentiment, friends.
I would have to disagree with respect Mr. Takei, sir.
Excuse me for perhaps misinterpreting the metaphor presented here. Entertaining a child is different from engaging one. Unless you get on your engineers hat and making steam train noises you are doing nothing to further the child’s education merely blowing them off with “That’s nice dear, now run along because I don’t want to engage with you.”
If I am, excuse my incorrect interpretation.
Let’s go ahead and apply that metaphor with religion. Why are they Christian, Jewish, or Muslim?
I’d rather engage in discourse about the science of healthy thinking and expansion of knowledge than be told “Oh good for you, you have a way of thinking that is an institutionalize belief”. I like getting into arguments about things because it helps further my view of their understanding. Without that social stimulation it would be like me preaching to a wall. No one offers another opinion. If you don’t engage then what’s the point of pretending?
It is this rude politeness that thickens the playing field with misinformed children, insisting that being a helicopter is the best way to travel. No one has told them the safety risks or the possibility for a different enterprise.