GenXPosterChild






Where slacking is a sport, reading an addiction, and underachievement a birthright

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I’m in a bit of a quandary of how I should put my words of wisdom from other sites onto here.  Hmmm.  I could spend the day thinking about it, or I could do something…Hows about we just start from the 1st of December, since it was only a few days away.  I’m having formatting issues, and I don’t really have the patience right now to try to figure out how to edit them.  Also, I don’t know how to frame a lot of these, as they’re conversations with people.

So here’s the deal-I’m going to write here what I said.  Period.  You fill in the other side.  Or not.  I think they might be able to stand on their own.  Let’s see.

1 December:  I’ve been in denial about it for a while, giving it chance after chance after chance, but I think I need to get off Firefox. It has been getting slower and slower and bogging everything down. I really don’t want to have to start over with a new browser, but I think it needs to be done. Wish me luck.
A new Celebrity Rehab just started yesterday, but haven’t I seen these people here before? Multiple times? Can’t find enough people, call Leif Garrett and Janice Dickenson? Or maybe just my imagination…
Darling, I know you’re on the other side of the world and everything, but are you a righteous television viewer, or someone who doesn’t believe in television at all in the first place? No, I don’t particularly care about these people, but their actions are mildly entertaining, and it’s a pretty good show. Wait, let me rephrase it-it’s a pretty good guilty pleasure show. Like The Jersey Shore (which went WAAAYYY down in my book during this little Miami season). Or just about anything on the Bravo Channel; it’s all great. If TV, for you, is, hell, what is it in China? Propaganda? Do you get American shows? I can’t really argue with you because I have no idea what your situation is like. But if you do get Bravo shows, they’re pretty addictive. Not necessarily brain food, but entertainment nonetheless. However, Celebrity Rehab is on VH1, for the record…I was really big on the British version of the office, and I watched the US version for 3 years, I think? And then I just lost interest-it was kind of redundant, I thought.

Today, all my plans of greatness were thwarted by three little words: “What’s the point?”