Sunday, May 29, 2011

"Stupidity is the building block of the universe". - Zappa

I don't know who you turn to when trying to find answers, but I always go to something that I find highly reliable. I want you to meet my luminous eye ball of fortune:

It's as accurate as my accuracy, which means that it has poor judgement as well. I can't believe what I'm hearing when people discuss whether or not to let self driven robots go on their own and shoot stuff or whatever (not that I'm implying that I'm a robot, I just couldn't find anything or anyone less accurate than myself during my writing). Is there really anything to discuss here? I mean, was I the only one who actually learned something from the very educational documentary starring Will Smith "I, Robot"?

I have issues when it comes to the topic about self driven robots performing human tasks. And when people are like "Why?!" when I say that, it makes me question human beings even more than I already am. To be more accurate (word of the day), it makes me question us more than I question self driven robots. Geez, maybe we should replace stupid people with robots. Cause there is such a thing as having too many stupid people on earth. What is better? Having too many stupid people? Or too many smart robots?

Anyways. My luminous eye ball.

It can answer any question, (yes/no questions) and it never lies (unless you decide that it does). Sometimes it's acting up like crazy, though, by telling me everything I don't want to hear. But then I'm like, who believes this stuff anyways.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Today's text

Some advice from the libresse calendar: Try to...

... look at your period as a little pet.

A pet you haven't chosen yourself, and that you...

... have to take care of for many, many years..

This is what you get when you sign up for stupid stuff when you're like 13. Wish I had known better back then, didn't realise that these texts would haunt me forever.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Bet you don't know how I'm going to spend my summer

And that's how we do. If you want me to spell it out for you, we're talking Russia, Mongolia, Beijing and Legoland. And yeah, 6 days on a train.

In other words, I'm back to this:

You gotta love it, though. :)

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Life is over as we speak

So I've been waiting for a special letter to hit my mail box since I got home. I've looked in the mail box outside my house every single day (cause I usually don't) to see if there's anything new. Then it turns out that it hit my Gmail instead. Ah, the modern world with its technology and stuff...

(I got accepted to my studies after summer)

I was expecting myself to jump up and down and be overly excited, but instead I kind of just sat there, and all I could think was "Shit, my freedom is getting robbed as we speak. SHIT".

... So that's why I'm going out travelling again before school starts. The fact that I'm broke because of my last trip is not going to stop me. Carpe Diem, people!

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

When everything else fails

 Nancy, have some fish oil

You see, I've been lacking vitamin D, which was stated a pretty long time ago. The minute I found out about it, my mission became to fill up my D vitamin storage in my body. I was told that the most efficient way was to have this infamous fish oil every day. 

Too bad it tastes like...

 Well, fish oil.

I don't care what it says on the bottle where they advertise that it tastes lemon, strawberry, daisies and baby butts. It. tastes. like. fish. oil.

Safe to say, I didn't go through with my mission (yet again because I'm lazy, adding that my will power is non-existent. SHAME. ) which leads me to believe that I still lack vitamin D. It's not cool to be fatigued all the time, so I'm declaring war again and I intend to win.

Other than that, I heard that it's good to stay out in the sun, but in Norway it's currently as existent as my will power.

PS: I'm taking my previous game plan off the agenda because it's the most ridiculous thing I've come up with since '99 (if only it was that long ago...)

Monday, May 2, 2011

Screw you, it's a good song.

I dont care what anyone says. 

I'm not going pretend to be one of those music snobs who think they're more intelligent than others because they only listen to indiebands that no one has heard of with a fancy wine glass in their hands on festivals. This guy is simply awesome to me. Extremely talented, and his heart is totally in it. Cant really ask for more on my behalf.

And, no. I'm not currently heartbroken, nor am I miserably in love with someone who wouldnt catch a grenade for me. Suppose life treats me good that way.