think things are about them and bash other people, and then when they find out they aren’t, they make up lies saying they weren’t targeting said person and act like they’re friends and nothing’s wrong.
but I think I’ve hit something here. With all this crap about 2012 and dozens of movies coming out about the end of the world, hysteria is destined to grow. We’re perpetuating our own madness by trying to profit off of fear. When December 21st comes around, something will happen. Whether it’s the end of the world or not, and I feel this will be the greatest test of man’s strength over fear. If you think about it, whenever there’s a world tragedy like earthquakes, hurricanes, and tidal waves, there’s an intense amount of looting, riots, and violence. The thing I feel most people aren’t paying attention to is how this hysteria will effect the world in the days and weeks before the so-called “doomsday.” With this fear affecting as many idiots as it is, and major cities being the epicenters of most-idiots-per-square-foot, I think we can expect something awful whether the world ends or not.
While’st boarding the crowded UB shuttle this morning for my eleven o’clock class, something happened that would freak me out for the rest of the day. As I sat down in my seat, a small asian student tapped me on the shoulder and handed me something. “You dropped this.” He said as he handed me the item. Everyone around me stared at me as I realized what it was. A FUCKING SWITCHBLADE.
I can understand a switchblade if you live in downtown Buffalo, but honestly, why the hell are you carrying one onto a university bus at ELEVEN IN THE MORNING????
my life continues to astound me. btw, these things are apparently insanely illegal. Awesome. It’s going in the garbage.