10 December 2007 ~ 0 Comments

This message is dedicated to Crina.

Hi Crina! lol, I love you!! There.. now when you ask me again ‘was that message for me or did you just send that to everyone?’ I can say.. THIS MESSAGE IS FOR YOU!! YAY CRINA! Thank god it’s my friday. I love two things right now. 1. Kicker Checks. 2. Bonuses. 3. Crina.. Oh damn, apparently I love three things right now. But there’s one thing I hate.. you guessed it.. Traffic! I HATE people who run red lights!!! What the hell. I bet at least half of the poeple I drive past have ran a red light that day. I try and go ANYWHERE and EVERY light that turns red i see AT LEAST two cars drive through. Guess what, If we could all go when our lights were green, and stop when our lights turned yellow, the traffic system would work!! You wouldn’t have to run a red light to be on time! In reality, you don’t have to run a red light to be on time anyway. People in front of me run red lights, and I stop, then it’s amazing because 9/10 times I end up next to them anyway on the freeway or whatever, apparently you saved a LOT of time by running that red light. I got pulled over for running a YELLOW light once… imagine how much time that saved me. Your trying to SAVE time.. but your not.. even more than not.. just imagine if you got stopped by a cop. You’ll have to run 15-20 red lights to make up for the time you lost.. oh shit.. there’s only three more stop lights between here and work. I guess your screwed. It’s crazy the shortcuts we take that actually aren’t shortcuts. The other one I love is when I’m at my work and the “insert stereotype here” walks to the non-automatic door, stops, stares, waits 30 seconds, then walks over to the automatic door. This boggles my mind.. BOGGLES! It’s true, it does. At first I think, how lazy must a person be to stop from using the ‘manual’ door, and move over the automatic door. Then I realize that it probably actually took more effort to walk to the automatic door than it would have to have just pushed open the traditional door you just walked and stood in front of. Now I don’t just know what to think at all. It’s the same with double-doors. What’s the point. Two doors, yet it seems everyone must wait their turn to walk through the one. Every fourth person curteously holding the door open for every eight of one to say thank you for. Lets all stand here and wait to walk through the one-of-two connected doors. Guess what? They both open at the same time!!!! Guess what else?.. Here’s today’s quote.

Quote of the Day:

To do just the opposite is also a form of imitation.
– Georg Christoph Lichtenberg

Word of the Day:

perspicacity \pur-spuh-KAS-uh-tee\, noun:
Clearness of understanding or insight; penetration, discernment.