The Exciting Swirls of 1991

i dunno man

Maybe things will be.. easier in the future…

BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP! WRONG. It is perfectly logical to think that things have become easier, with the drive-through coffee shops, the Interwebs, computerized cars, and even cellular telephones. But before you JUMP to conclusions, let’s just state the facts:

  1. Although life is easier, living has become harder.
  2. While the realm of medical technology has advanced into incredibly fascinating depths, people are still living and dying in the 18th century.
  3. Robots and robotic contraptions are used in just about every facet of life, from birth to death. And for the most part are largely believed to be emotionless. Until now.
  4. In the 90’s Bill made some great decisions towards the economy and choosing to spice up his sexual lifestyle. But in the future (NOW) Bill Clinton is a hater.
  5. And as a reminder, justice is still a joke, and don’t expect to win against the New Police State.

You DO MATTER

Well, I guess I don’t….

If you are a failure, the Government will be the first to remind you of this. As a musician, freelance writer, coffee understander, cyclist, and naturally awkward person, I feel that there are times when you fail at trying to do something right — be it an exam, blind date, car accident, tax evasion, or using correct grammar in an incorrect situation — you can still come out of it a solid gold winner. Even if you are a born loser. And most of us are.

“It’s what’s on the inside that counts.” However, in today’s anything-goes society, that phrase is basically useless. You may say, “But I don’t feel like you’re listening…” And believe me, people are NOT listening. Or “What, do I look like I’m made out of money?” Well, guess what. “What?” Is that a crisp Washington I see on your sleeve? “Uh…wha? Oh…dude, awesome.”

Women are awesome.

This never happens in real life.

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One Response to “The Exciting Swirls of 1991”

  1. Nothing is ever easy. Forever. And that knowledge has come in handy, I don’t know how many times.

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