Saturday, May 31, 2008

“Hate the sin, love the sinner.”

Translation: “I’m a flaming fundamentalist.”
Acceptable Response: “Amen.”
Unacceptable Response: “That’s a relief, because I’m a homosexual transvestite in an interracial relationship.”

Its been a while, but Ive been busy with finals. I got A's miraculously! Even from the teacher who hates me with a passion for being too outspoken. She has taught me an all powerful hate for semantics in the English language.

Who in their right mind puts "Captures the authors true voice" as a 4/4 goal on a rubric? And even after that, marks papers down for being "vague". How does she know what my true voice is? Maybe she hates my true voice and wants it to be something different! I'm listening to Seether "Truth" right now, and waiting for my doctor who episodes to download. I would feel bad for illegally downloading TV episodes, but I don't get BBC 2 here in America, so I cant watch it until 3 weeks from now when it finally airs on BBC America.

My back still hurts from Summer Theatre work today. I built a cabinet, hung lights, paint sprayed, built walls, and got some nasty ass splinters along the way. The theatre is outside, so sunburns are a definite issue as well, next time I'll bring sunblock.

Back to finals. I was worried about my Honors Chem final, but as it turns out that was my best score of all my finals. Combo (the teacher that hates me) was on a hangnail, but my slick talking during our Paideia must have saved me. Apparently my ideas on universal pursuit of happiness not including sadist oppression really struck a cord with her. My ideas never really brought on any interesting conversation though. The teachers( 2 of them since its a combo class) seperated me from the people I would like to have an intelligent conversation with in hopes that I wouldn't dominate the discussion. After I spoke my mind the group couldn't really grasp my concepts and chose to take them at face value. It was at this point that I realized that Honors English Lit will be a break from the norm of sharing English class with people who have no command of the language.

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