I feel like I probably look weird when I’m in the student center. I am always looking around at people and making weird faces at my computer. If I’m frustrated with my work I sometimes talk to myself. People probably think I’m pretty weird.
2 = two, not too
I don’t think I can date someone who can’t handle my obsessive attachment to The Hunger Games/never read it.
Nope. It would just be annoying for the both of us.
David Graeber, PhD
Professor of Anthropology, Yale University
(via Deep Green Resistance)
I feel really badly about something I did about 20 minutes ago.
I was walking home down 9th street and these two people were standing on the street next to Chipotle, and they were handed out flyers. I always take flyers that people give me because I have had to do that before and it sucks. There was a man and a woman and the man was handing out little cards and the women was handing out a little booklet (probably a bible now that I know what it was about). The man handed it to me and I took it, but then before I took the thing from the woman I read the card. Huge on the top of the card was “Jesus Saves!”
I then said, “oh, no thanks” to the woman and gave the man back the card. I was just handing it back to him trying to be polite but it was really windy and it blew out of my hand so it kind of looked like a threw it back at him. oops.
Even though it is something that I believe in (not letting people push their religion on you. That and I don’t believe in God), I feel really badly about it. It wouldn’t have hurt me to just take it and they weren’t pushy about it or anything. Now I am letting the church people ruin my day because I feel so badly!
The justification that I am using is that it would have been a waste of paper for me to take it. I would have ended up just throwing it away at the first trash can. They need to give that shit to someone who cares and will read it.
Now I feel like I have to do something nice today to make up for it.
Oh well. I got a lot of shit to do today.