I think that humanity is supposed to be happy but I can't figure out where exactly things went horribly wrong. I also
feel that way about my life.
I belive almost no one is born inherently evil. I think you pick it up along the way. If no one tells you to stop being
a dumbass, you grow up to be a dumbass. it's as simple as that.
What are my religious beliefs?
Hmm, I belive in God. I think that about covers it. Why? the short of it is
that there's this definite sense of humor thing going on in nature, look at the Giraff and the Platypus! You can almost hear
a higher being saying ' that's why you don't go on a bender and start creating mammals'. This relates to why I like the movie
My political beliefs?
I think I'm a Democrat...actually I think I'm more of an Anarchist. I
guess the political animal symbol would be the Ferret [all ferret owners are probably nodding their heads knowingly and fishing
the little critter out of the couch/closet/dryer/space behind the fridge/or their clothes.
I might use this column
to write about my beliefs about specific issues, such as:
Standardized Tests (amongst other things)
"I think standardized tests are unfair because they don't test you on what you know and they try to trick you. What grades
you get in regular classes are more important than how you do on some stupid test that you take on one day that you might
not be feeling good."
Oddly enough, even though that statement was written by someone else as part of this
template, it does pretty much sum up my oppinion! I did pretty well on my SATs way back when, but I still thought it was a
pretty crappy way to handle the whole system.
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My Opinions on Current Events
In this column, I'll write my opinions on current events. I'll date my entries and update this page frequently, whenever I
feel moved to write. Or when I'm POed.
Here's the format I use:
I think that having faith in humanity is a good thing, but I probably have too much faith in humanity. I need to hang out
with my more cynical friends to protect me from myself, because I generally believe no one's out to screw me over...Oh and
don't do something stupid with fire works this July 4th... does any one else think it's odd that we have to tell people every
year not to hold fireworks in your hand and various other warnings around July 4th? I mean you'd think that people wouldn't
be sitting around watching the news say "Hey no warnings not to shove a firecraker up my butt! So it must be safe this
year!" I mean they show the warnings every year, they blow up a watermelon [much to the delight of many slack jawed yokles]
to show what could happen every year, and every year people manage to blow some part of there anatomy off. Half of me is
thinking 'well everyone makes mistakes', and the other half is thinking 'How'd your parents make it into the breeding population?
natural selection has failed us NOOOOO!'