Thursday, February 18, 2010

A Deeper look into myself...

WOW. It's been a long time since I've updated my blog. I know not a lot of people read this or comment on it and that's okay. I feel that I need to write my thoughts and ideas down sometimes. Last night I saw Saul Williams. I went because it was required for on of my classes and it was optional for another. After listening to his poetry I began to think about things differently. I've been asking myself a lot of different questions and determining my own views of the way I see the world. I've only been able to examine a small part of me over the course of 26 or so hours. But in that short period of time I've determined this. I'm not gonna take offense to when white people use the word nigga. It's just not that serious. I have better things to spend that energy on. Why should there be a double standard anyway. We are all 99.95% exactly the same. If we weren't there would be no way for us to exist on this fucked up blue rock that we call earth. I don't care as long as its not used ignorantly towards me. I know that I'm not a nigga. To me a nigga is ANYONE who is IGNORENT and unwilling to change for the better. That means anyone can be a nigga regardless of the color of their skin. We are all the same, were all just people.

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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Super Software

I was just on iTunes music store and i saw that they somewhat integrated the into it. It got me thinking what if apple created a new program that integrated safari, iTunes, and Quicktime all together. It would make a lot of peoples lives a hell of a lot easier. Instead of having tabs at the top of the screen it could be a drop down menu along the side like how iTunes displays its various categories. It probably would us a substantial amount of ram but it would be worth it.

Friday, October 23, 2009

October 22, 2009

Today at 3:00p.m Michael, Kyle, and myself came to the conclusion that a friend of ours Joanna "Diddles" Putnam will eventually become pregnant by the middle of her sophomore year in college. I'm typing this now because I want to remember it.