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Will Blog 4 Food.
July 7, 2009, 1:49 pm
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Seems Fitting.

Seems Fitting.

Warning: Psycho-writer rant imminent. Brace for impact.

I don’t know what it’s been the past couple of days, but the world seems to look more and more ominous as of late. I have been woken up countless nights this summer by the fear of discovering again and again that I have no idea what I want to do after I complete my BA at the College of Wooster. I’ve decided (In a more decisive, or rather firm manner at least.) that I’m going to take some time off and not go directly into graduate school. I’ve talked to quite a few of my colleagues about what they did after College and the general consensus seems to be “If your going to graduate school simply to ‘take the next step’ and not know what your going for, don’t go.” That being said, it seems to make sense. I’ve had plans for years for going to the LA School of Film, but recently, I don’t know if I want to do anything regarding film. That’s a different story for a different day though. One I’m sure you all will be hearing oh, so soon.

Aside from petty financial worries, such as “How in the hell am I going to get paid?”, “What in the world am I interested in?”, or finally “Where am I going in my life?” The future seems to be such a huge cloud of utter confusion that even thinking of it drives me insane. I think that I’m just stressing myself out because the people around me are clawing at the air in sputters of confusion and frustration

Explosion. Cue music. Downward spiral. Fade to black.  Cut scene.

I read an article from USAToday on College’s efforts in trying to employ students during this economic crisis and found one of the most pessimistic comments left by an ‘adult’ gentleman. I quote, “This is a generation of lazy kids… let them do some real work for a change like we did at the same age… it will build some character that is sorely missing in these upcoming generations who believe in entitlements. Break a sweat kids! It will do you good in the long run.

Speaking on behalf of the ‘lazy kids’ whom the article is referencing that are hard at work: Fine sir, you stand atop the mountain of things that I hate in the world today.

EDIT: The man in question, who gave the readers this wonderfully insightful comment, is a 47 Year old male from New Jersey who hails Call of Duty as a huge technological accomplishment. This person has given me brain cancer. No, not just a tumor, cancer of the entire brain.

This is ridiculous. I’m going to open a skate shop with Matt and Sam.


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hahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh nice

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