Tuesday, September 25, 2012

I heart Dead People

I think we can all agree that necrophiliacs are freakin' scary.
Also, apparently you can't do a <3 in the post title.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Smoky Smoking Smokers

Sometimes I like to go up to teen smokers and tell them I died of lung cancer caused by second hand smoke.  Then I calmly stroll away.  Most of those smokers are scared of me and/or have now stopped smoking.

Just to clear something up, I didn't actually die of lung cancer.  I died in a demonic ritual which I don't really like to talk about.  I know this seems like a really horrible thing to do, but it is helping to make our city a better place.  Not to mention save lives.  Smoking in high school is not a smart decision.  It shrivels and blackens your lungs and shortens your life span.  It also makes you really depressed.  High school's stressful enough without a heap of depressing drugs.  That's also why you shouldn't drink.  Just throwing that out there.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Today in History

9/11 is a very important date for Americans.  It is the day the twin towers fell.  It raised awareness of the threat of terrorism.  It also showed just how much people will do for their cause.  Not only were the terrorists willing to die just to crash into the twin towers and the pentagon, but there was one plane that the passengers hijacked from the terrorists who hijacked it in the first place, and got it to crash into an empty field instead.  Never forget those people, those are the real heroes of the day, in my opinion.
With that in mind, I'd like to say that today there was a memorial assembly for 9/11 hosted by the JROTC at my high school.  Unfortunately, I didn't get to go because it was during second period, and I had a chemistry test.  So what I want to know is, why is it that the pep assemblies are mandatory, but the memorials and other JROTC hosted events, which seem to be far more important, are optional?  Something to think about.