Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Overanalyzationism

That's what I've developed. Basically it works like this...someone who used to be friendly doesn't greet you when you pass by them, and instead looks to the ground and away. Now, it doesn't matter in the least bit, but the fact that I've made a word to describe it means it applies to me. Circular logic? Yes. What are you going to do about it, eh?

Anyways. I'm going to take a three hour long midterm this afternoon. I won't have much time for breaks, and it's going to be pretty tiring I bet. Maybe I should buy some coffee? I'm a little tired already, so I don't know how I'll hold up in the end. Hopefully I get some good grades...it's in Social Problems, and covers a lot of material, so I don't know how realistic an expectation that is.

Tired OUTSIDE of class? What is this? Shameless.

So I pretty much wasted my weekend playing video games (Overlord, specifically). It's pretty disappointing. I wouldn't need to be so wound up about my midterm if it was done yesterday (which was a holiday). Nah, I have to put things off until the last possible minute. I think more of my life is spent in apprehension about upcoming obligations and events than the time it would take me to complete said obligations and events. Actually, I know the previous point is true, which is moderately sobering.

Hey Jennie, I read your blog, it's entertaining.

So anyways, back to overanalyzationism. I don't like this friend anymore, but I used to. Crushes are fickle like that, and ultimately are undesirable to one such as me. Immediately after we continued not talking to each other, I ran into Kelcee, who actually is friendly. I talked to her for a couple minutes. We discussion school, life, the meaning of happiness, whether the moon being made of cheese was an illusion meant to inspire the imaginations of children or to spark pure emotions amung the corporation based figures of society that thrive off of greed and Nowism.

No wait, we just talked about school. I should start putting "ism" at the end of random words...that would be fun. I want a nap, but such is not a luxury right now. I'll have to maintain consciousness long enough to complete my daily scheduled tasks. It seems that those seem to be one of the few goals I'm successfully meeting (most of the time).

You know, being the single guy that I am, I made a chart of possibilities of girls I should/shouldn't like, producing pros and cons for each. The results? Well I'm not telling you. Chances are if you aren't Tony (or most other guys) you were on the list =P

I can tell you, however, that a recurring theme seems to be the awesomeness is always out of reach in life. Be it awesome behavior, or awesome companions (not counting Tony, who is irrefutably awesome). I wonder if the CBC faculty mind if I create blog posts this long on their own equipment. I can't say I'm furthering my education in the slightest bit. Well, perhaps delving into my introspection, but that is more of a career trait than an academic pursuit. Let us see how complex we can make a form of communication via text.

I've noticed I do that, I default to larger words when I'm tired or otherwise distracted. Sub-conscious level intelligence sprouting when I allow the autonomous portions of my brain freer roam? Perhaps. That or a base insecurity that leads me to constantly try to reaffirm my intelligence to those around me and myself.

I think I hid the post about Tony's camera by now. You can scroll down and give him some comment luvin' or something.

@Tony
Your power supply should get here today, I'll bundle your hardware and bring it to CBC tomorrow if it does arrive.

@Priscilla
You know, we should chat.

@Jennie
So Jennie.

@Internet
Get back in your cage!

@self
score;cast "sanctuary" self;shout LFG, level 12 cleric for MIDTERMS instance!;cast "summon" Bill Nye The Science Guy;/emote cries.

4 comments:

Jennie said...

So Jake.


(also, EGAD three hours of testing isn't fun. Good luck on them :D COFFEE BAD)

priscilla said...

Initial thought: AH IT'S LONG!

Second(ism) thought: It's by Jake! /read.

you write good blogs.

well guess who isn't on msn, huh?! /glare. tell me you haven't moved house and you still check your email plzthx?

<3

PS: WHEE TEST! As my lovely (psychedelic) friend Louise would say: ACEACEACE!!

Jake said...

@ Jennie
Coffee is amazing.

@ Pris
Yeah, I stopped using MSN awhile ago, I thought this is why I forced you to get xfire? lol

I still live in the same house, and I still have my japhezbemeye email, but it's probably easier to get ahold of me with my new one (now with 99% less spam!) remove all spaces and change AT/DOT...
Jacob On Fire AT gmail DOT com(munism)

And yeah, I actually did ace the first portion (25/25). The second half was essay based, so the instructor has to actually manually check that, but hopefully I did decently there as well.

priscilla said...

I'm in love with gmail <3

I don't really email much or at all, seeing as conversations seem to die eventually anyways.

AUGH XFIRE! /run

I'm sure you did brilliantly. I prefer essays to other testing means, to be honest. the amount of waffle one is forced to inject into one is amazing and strangely satisfying

grats on the first part!

talk soon~!

- Pris