Wednesday, April 30, 2008

So, my cell broke

Life isn't the greatest thing at the moment. Although STAR Testing is finally over, I'm still stressed out for no reason. I think that I'm really self-conscious. Tomorrow we get to go to school at 12:55pm - which is really awesome! *sqwee*. I think I may call a few of my friends to have lunch. My phone isn't working. The vibrator is broken - as gross as it sounds...yeah, so I don't answer my phone that much because it's always on vibrate...yeah...I have bad hearing. I think that it broke when tons of sand got into it...oh well, it's my brother's phone anyway. The science wasn't difficult...but I didn't know a lot of it - and it wasn't my fault! I am positive that we didn't learn all the stuff on the test, because science is the one class that I actually do my work without copying...

The math wasn't difficult, but I couldn't help the feeling of competition with Greg who sits across from me. I think there's something wrong with him. I used to talk to him a lot in the beginning of the year, but then I think that he thinks I'm really weird, and a freak, so he ignores me most of the time. Not that I really want to talk to him in the first place, because he's really not the greatest conversationalist, but still - do you mind? I think he's in love with the other guy on our table - forgot his name. He's short and gangster-ish wannabe, black, and goofy. Greg always smiles when he's there. Greg also likes Sam, because it seems like he's always trying to find reasons to talk to her.

I talked to Adela and Sam today a lot, about nothing. We were just talking about different people, and being bitches...hmm. I never knew that Berry was such a slut! Haha, just one of many things I learned from the conversation. I had a paper airplane contest with Adela, and I totally OWNED! Yeah, mine went way better - always stay with the classic airplane was a well thought out model, and that's why it's so classic.

I hung out with Kerin today at lunch, and she called me yesterday to confirm that I would hang out at lunch with her today - a bit strange, but I suppose that's just the kind of person she is...because she's called me before for really trivial reasons. I must watch my phone minutes, because recently my parents have been eying my(brothers) phone whenever it rings, as if challenging me to answer it. Sometimes they're more assertive and they tell me not to pick up the phone at all! I suppose for a just cause...

I was late this morning for homeroom because I had to wait in the line at Starbucks for 10 whole fucking minutes to order my tall peppermint latte. It took another five minutes for that to be made too! I wanted to yell at the nonchalant coffee people that "time is money, stop being so frickin' slow!" - or in this case, "time was my grade".

I am now in Japantown after being let out of French class early. I wandered around the school for a little bit with Kerin and Sal, but eventually Sal had to go back to wait for her friends, but I got on the bus with Kerin. She got off at 19th or 20th Ave. to go to Rite Aid. It was amusing, because while we were waiting for all the other people in my class to finish their tests, she was looking through a Rite Aid coupon magazine-paper-thing. I just have to tease her a bit and say, "You have already transformed into a Chinese lady". I wonder if that's racist on my part?

Ciaomein - over n'out

Edit: Oh, forgot to mention that I got the CAHSEE test scores back, and I passed - by the skin of my teeth! The passing percentage for English is 55% I believe, and for math it's 50% - I may be confusing them, but anyway, I got a 79% on English and 80% on math. Begeeguz, I need to study so I can get in the 90's, it'll make me feel proud. I'm a narcissist, shut up.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Something Special

Hmm, STAR Testing this week. Boring. I had to take naps in between passages for English. I must tell you that it feels gross to sleep on a biology table. It's all sticky and stuff. Quite unsettling. I've started to resume aol instant messaging - an old habit that I kicked long ago. Harry told me about, and now I'm just using day after day...(just yesterday and today). This is a stupid way to pass my time, but also a way to bond with old middle school friends who I don't see all the time.

The geometry portion of the test was pretty basic - if I had payed attention in class. I recognized a lot of stuff, but luckily nothing too difficult. I hate bubbling in tests, they're so borrrring! I turned in my science drawing with my readmit, and now I'm home free. I almost finished this book I started this afternoon. It's the second science fiction book I've read this week. I wonder what's come over me. It's based in the future, and global warming has, well, "warmed up", but then somehow, through depleting technology, humans managed to survive. And apparently the ozone is healing itself. There is still hope for mankind. Although in reality, I don't think so. I'm amazed I could even write that line in my blog. 

I was listening to Mr. Bush speak this morning on the radio. His voice is very understandable, he talks like he's lecturing a class of kindergartners. He blames Congress for everything, and he says he's doing all he [fucking] can to help the housing crisis. Verbatim: "I've sent many Congress...and they've consistantly...blocked me from every direction...(I wonder why)...If we drill in U.S.'ll be environmental safe...(wtf)?" haha. It just gives you a taste of some useless cough syrup.

I want to move to prairie land, and read in the grass - without bugs, with a limitless amount of books...and a limitless supply of food...and a computer...haha. Well, let's pray to the Invisibles...

I didn't tell you about the Invisibles did I? Well, I just thought of it just now's my new religion - for the time being. After you die, your spirit merely becomes invisible, and they are the ones who weave fate. They are kind of like the Three Fates of Greek mythology, but all dead people can weave your fate. You can have many fates, and a choice you make will guide you towards a certain "thread" and you will be caught in that Invisible's loom weave thing. Yeah. There might be a god, but I'm not sure I want to put that in. Oops, I mean there will be god's and goddesses. I ain't no feminist, but patriarchy has been allowed for too long.

There is still hope for mankind. 
Christina - does this count as being pessimistic or being extremely  cynical?


Monday, April 28, 2008

私は私の人生は非常に退屈で死ぬだろう! ---> 我的生命是如此沉闷,我会死!---> 내 인생은 너무 지루, 난 죽을거야! --->

I'm so bored! I need to figure out a way to pass time without feeling stupid. I think that when I buy my road bike I'll bike all over town to pass the time. I just finished the math test that I had to make up from Friday (when I was sick). During fifth period I looked at the problems and I was very stressed out, but then when I didn't finish and I came back after school to do it, it seemed more simple than before. I thought that it was pretty difficult, but there was a way to do it...

私の人生を取得する必要が...really now...

I was so pissed at my mom this morning, because it was her fault that I was late for school. It did, in a sense, ruin my day- but now I think my anger has simmered down a bit. I think that I will try and ignore her a little longer. Perhaps she'll feel guilty and buy me a popsicle! -.-


Anyway, I won't even be able to view this post on my computer, because all these characters will just be bolded little lines. Oh well.

I think that I'm starting to get annoyed 恼怒的 by some of the people in my classes...>.> *shifty eyes*. I think that I'm very irritable. It saddens me.



Sunday, April 27, 2008


I really want to start doing more crafts. How is it that I'm always uncertain, yet so confident at other times. Why must I always contradict myself? I get so angry and irritated at my mom, but I feel bad at the same time that the way
she is, is the way she is. My life is derived from hers, yet I get so irritated day after day, and I sometimes don't know how to deal with it besides slamming my fist into the door, or shouting at the top of my lungs. I suppose I'm pretty irresponsible in the sense that these are brief tantrums and I should be able to deal with things like this in an adult manner but...*sighs*.

Anyway, I made chocolate chip cupcakes and they're very bitter, but my brother and mom like them so I guess my taste buds are lacking in judgement skills. I didn't use self-rising flour, nor did I use fine sugar. Today I just stayed home and did nothing.

I talked to Harry on google chat for a while, but that was really just the peak of my interaction with other human beings. My grandpa tried to engage me in a little lecture, but I just ended up nodding and slowly inching my way out of the kitchen. He was telling me how my cousin Joy got a job even before she graduated and "that's the way it's suppose to be", you know the normal Chinese spiel. He also said that being and engineer was "steady" and "good", not as good as being a doctor (and that's verbatim). Apparently being a doctor requires you to be "loving" and "gentle", and you'll be able to a good doctor if you can do those things. I added as I walked out that you must be very smart too, and he heartily agreed.

I didn't leave my house at all today, I feel; like a sloth. If I had a a pedometer on today I probably would have seen that I walked less than 100 steps, when the normal "healthy" number of steps would be 10,000. How sad, I pity myself.

My aunt gave me these awesome boots from her aunt (my great-aunt), and there are three exact pairs in three different colors. They're knee high, and a little bit difficult to wear because my feet are larger than my aunt and great-aunts. Whatever, I'll break them in.

Yesterday I didn't post because I was so exhausted from hanging out with my aunt and volunteering with Perry and Jane. We didn't really do anything and really overall boring, but in the end we got a mass load free bagels, and many soda's. There was a lot of leftover food. I also got a free t-shirt. I don't even think that we were slacking off. I saw the some ROTC people volunteering from Wash- Pilot, Maten, Jaz...and their friends.

I really wanted to make ice cream today, but I was stuck at home all day, with no means of transportation. I wish that I could ride my bike across the freeway, or even better, that I had a sense of direction so I could bike to Bart.

Life sucks balls,

Friday, April 25, 2008

Negative: FuckFuckFuckFuckFuckFuckFuckFuck...etc

Oh my fuckin' god! I didn't wake up this morning, and I just woke up...and it's a Friday. AND it's the last day of the grading period, and I didn't turn in my fucking math assignment homework sheet. He can't count my homework then, and I'll get an F, and if I'm lucky a D-. I'm going to go try and see if he's still at school and bring the sheet. I'm crossing my fingers.


Thursday, April 24, 2008

In the Crapper

I find it a bit pathetic for me to write a blog entry at school...right after the school library. I know what you're thinking- shut up. So today was uneventful. I woke up, and my dad wasn't here, because he went to LA yesterday morning. My mom, being the person she is, made me late. Although I say this, it was also my fault. I woke up and did all the morning shit and then I tried to find something to eat, but there was nothing so I began to eat some shit that I found in a plastic bag. I basically only ate dried mangos. Despite the fact that I was late for school, I was pretty impressed with the haste "awakening". She normally slaps me, but today she just yelled at me at shoved me.

We had to run in P.E. today, and it sucked. I was late so I didn't have any time to dress, but I still needed a running grade so I had to run in my JEANS that were falling off my ass, for a ¾ of a fucking mile! I don’t sweat while I’m running, it’s when my heart catches up to me I begin to sweat profusely. Whatever I did pretty well if I do say so myself- I ‘passed’.

I’m still reading my book (The Dark Fields) and it’s pretty good, but it’s getting sort of boring. When I take too long to read a book I get sort of tired of the whole concept of the plot, I think I’ll finish the book today though- I only have about 20 pages left to read.

I feel like eating raw snap peas right now.

I need to start reading the other book that I borrowed from the library called “The Black Mirror”, I thought the plot wasn’t mediocre, but not anything too extraordinary either. The only real reason I got the book is because I thought that the girl on the cover was Asian…which she isn’t [I later found out], I know I racially based that, but it wasn’t in any way “racist”. I think it’s just unusually for the protagonist to be Asian in teen books that I’m partially interested in reading.

Perry reminded me that I signed up to volunteer with her and Jane on Saturday. My mom was making these plans to go watch my bro’s lacrosse game in Napa, but I suppose those plans will fall through… Apparently I need to get to Fort Mason at 7am and then we’ll be able to leave at 4pm. It’s fine, because it was me who actually signed up and decided I wanted to do the “March of Dimes”.

School was always boring (excluding 6th grade), but right now it’s the most monotonous thing that I’ve ever experienced besides the time that I tried to analyze patterns in stock fluctuations in the newspaper…which was futile by the way. I don’t know how to liven my life up. Anime and manga plugged the void quite well, until I watched, and read everything that I was interested in. I suppose that now I’ll try books.

Internet programming is so boring, but I really want to learn. Learning and mastering are two different things (obviously). I would do many things, but there are two things that stand in the way: 1. Procrastination, 2. Boredom. I’ve tried many things, but I get bored VERY easily. Doctors and psychologists have considered that I might have ADHD, but I was never really tested.

I have a philosophical question for ya’: DO AMERICANS DESERVE FREEDOM?

Maybe I’ll reflect in my random thoughts blog later.


Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Choppy Bologna Mash

Hey Bitches! *winks grossly*

I have begun to do pointless webvlogs on YouTube, but to tell the truth, it is quite
entertaining to talk to the camera in the computer. In a way it's soothing- like a therapist that doesn't talk, and I can also check to see if there's anything in my teeth. My most recent vlog is about global warming (click on it to watch).
So I got the press release for my eco-friendly club, and I'm starting to gradually realize that climate change is going to kill us all.
I have a myriad of reasons to pick up the trash in my yard now (not that I have recently...)

I talked a lot today. And I feel disliked, because when you talk to a human being and
they act like a wall, it is quite refreshing, but you don't exactly feel like they're listening to you. Disconcerting as is is, I just talk because I like the sound of my
voice (I guess...?),
I can talk and talk...there is a limitless number of thing I can talk about without getting bored.
My friend thought I was crazy yesterday because I was talking to myself on a piece
of paper...for College and Career. It was quite humorous as I showed her
the conversation. She asked me if I was "okay" in the head, and I laughed and then I helped her with her algebra homework.

Speaking of helping people with their work...yesterday, when I was at the library
(so what?), this Spanish-accented person asked me for help with her English homework.
I feel most remorseful in the sense that I probably did not do her homework justice. Gah, I must've just made it worse... It was ELL homework too. I was never good at English. The only reason that my writing is relatively coherent, is because I read books...and I have an OCD regarding horrible grammar...and many other things related to language.
I think that not only
do I enjoy the sound of my own voice, I enjoy the way that my typed words look on the computer. I know I a freak, don't remind me, it just eggs me on.

I wonder if I could get free chocolate at Costco...


Thursday, April 17, 2008

Library...once life...

I'm at the library again. There's really no report for the day. I found tons of YoYo Ma CD's here, but I can't find my wallet, so I'm wondering what I'm going to do... We had to run a mile today and it sucked- so I walked and sprinted as per usual. I got this book the other day (Tuesday) and I started reading last night, I just finished it several hours ago. Anyway, I've been reading it on and off at the hall...during class...etc. So I'm not sure how many pages it was but it was pretty short because it was double spaced. The book was pretty awesome.

Check it out: H.I.V.E. by Mark Walden. I'm going to go and try to find the sequel. The writing style takes a little time to adjust, because it's bit simple-ish in the beginning, but I think it was a very exciting and adrenaline filled book.

We had a French test today and it was dreadful...I wont write the details now but...yeah, it was painfully bad. I haven't looked through my French book in months so I didn't know what the fuck I was doing. There was a science test today too- in tandem with my French test (switch the order). I think that I did relatively well, but I know I fucked up quite a few of the questions. Geometry wasn't too bad, I actually did some work *gasp*! One second, the computers going to shut down on me. OK I'm back.

I'm still in the eco-friendly club, and I still have no idea why. I am firmly against the belief that global warming exists...well at least the "warming" part. I just feel like it's just a random Apocalypse theory. I wanted to hang out with Christina today when I forgot that I had club...=( I really have this urge to knit but I lost my needles...I either have to find them or buy new ones. I actually was thinking of getting fatter ones, I want to make a scarf with fat yarn (it's faster that way xD). My mom said she'll help me make a messanger bag, I hope she keeps her word...

I wanted these vintage boots from and they were awesome and my mom and dad agreed to buy them for me, but then they said no after looking at them again. Apparently it's because they don't want me using used shoes. Damn them, they are the awesomist boots that I've ever seen in my life. My mom picked me up 30 minutes late today from school. Since we got out at 12:40 today, I expected her to be on time- but was she? Of course not! After that she took me for tea at this expensive tea place, but she kept on reminding me that my manners sucked. Whatever. The tea was pretty good. One pot of tea was eight bucks, and I find that ridiculous, and said so, but my mom shushed me. Gah. I had basmati rice and masala sauce with tofu. It was okay, but too bland and sweet.

"Wine red...this is the death of beauty..."


Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Tooth-related Problems and Algebra

I took the algebra placement exam for Advanced Algebra Honors- I totally bombed it. There were 50 questions, and I am only confident of answering around half of them right. The rest of it was just guessing...*cough* I mean guesstimation of course... I almost forgot about extemp practice after the test and I almost went with Perry to Quickly's...thank god the color of the bathroom door was similar to Mr. Leungs shirt...

Extemp practice was 'so-so', we got partners and I was paired with Richard...the weird Richard- erm, wait, they're both weird. I guess I can describe him as the one who doesn't have the afro... Anyway, we didn't do much, I stupidly said that I knew more about Pakistan than any other
international country (which is true but...). The fact of the matter is, that I haven't been keeping up with Pakistan's government lately- first of all, it's too complicated, second of all, I am lazy. I have to formulate/memorize-ish my speech by next Wednesday! After we bumped around and solidified our three key points, we went to this old lady's house and took some old Economist, Newsweek, and other collections of magazines that she had posted on Craigslist for free... Weird thing is, that she lived several houses down from the school! Then we went home.

My mom picked me up and gave me pasta, I slept in the car and then I read a book. She dropped me off at home and then went to a meeting. I watched the rest of disc 1 of Numb3rs season 3. Shut up, I know I'm a geek. I then just played games...I have to 
study for my science test and french test now.  

ciao baby ciao!
Lito Abe

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

The Slow Minded Lazybug

I feel like the whole day was wasted on reading. I was reading this book called , "PS, I Love You" and it's quite a moving book. Although I haven't lost someone who was really really close to me, I can kind of relate to her feelings. I'm always just sleeping around, being messy, and doing nothing. How am I suppose to live my life like this. Sure, becoming aware of my country is interesting, but I now I feel like being so informed is making me incredibly pessimistic of the future. International politics is good, but I have mixed feelings about our international policy. There are several ways that we could help third-world countries, that we aren't doing at this very moment, but there are also many ways we can stop helping a few countries because we really aren't really helping them...

We leave a ginormous country to starve but we care oh so much about how badIraq's doing right now...anyway gotta go to bed!


Monday, April 14, 2008

Cold Sore Cold Shmore...

I'm getting sick, and it ain't pretty. My hair is a mess from sleeping in the car, and I think that people looked at me funny while I slept in the car near the entrance of the library. I am once again at the wonderful library. I bought this coffee from the espresso machine, and it was SO sweet, and sweet as in the sugary sweet, not the gangsterish originated term...

Today was mediocre, but not horrible. I trudged through the day with little optimism... I decided in English (4*) that I would draw (colored) caricatures of people for money. No one bought any from me, but being the loser that I am- I gave them the thing anyway. I bet they through it out afterwards, but who gives a shit anyway? The hard, backbreaking labor of a lonely and pessimistic artist is worth nothing to those ignorant people who wouldn't know a Picasso from a kindergartens’ drawing (A/N: I don't know either). Lunch was pretty lonesome, because it seems like Ms. Jacobs is evading/avoiding me. I couldn't find Perry & Donut at lunch because neither of them had phones on them. I went to the library (again) and played hobowars. I also eavesdropped on this convorsation between a half-retarded Asian kid and the lunch librarian. The conversation is as follows:
Half-retarded Asian Kid: Can I restart this computer?
Lunch Librarian: No, just go to a different computer.
Half-retarded Asian Kid: but...this computers so slow! You need to restart the computer in order to clear the (blahblahblah- probably something about RAM).
Lunch Librarian: N0, you don't need to do that- these computers are slow at school!
Half-retarded Asian Kid: But I want to restart it-Lunch Librarian: No- the computers here are slow, just like everything else in this school.
Half-retarded Asian Kid: You can restart the computer and it will-
Lunch Librarian: Honey, I'm telling you that the computers are slow in here. (She's starting to sound a bit irritated and hostile.
This goes on, and it get's boring, but you can get the idea. I think that the lack of content in this conversation represents that both of these people aren't very intelligent, and they obviously don't know how to have a comprehensive conversation. Neither party knew how to listen! That woman was a teacher! Gah, it just irritates me , because it seems like this happens often.

I was turning in my application for the other day for City College for Teens when the woman who was working there was talking on the phone to a girl who was inquiring about the very program that I was applying to. Her conversation seemed at a decent "informative" level, but then she started repeating the same thing over and over and again. Either the other party was completely not listening or, they just are retarted. The lady she was talking to was a mother too! I'm just always surprised at the level of comprehension of most adults! Sorry- just another part of my OCD coming on.

There is this march called March of Dimes, and Perry and Donut are doing it so they asked me if I wanted to apply. They went to TestMagic to fax the application over, but the fax didn't seem to work? She just make-shiftily put my name on her application form. Hopefully it'll work out. We got a tapioca drink at Quickly's and Perry and Donut teased this guy Daniel a lot about being a FOB. We then left and went to eat Pho. The pho was good and it was split between the three of us- $2 each- not half bad. My mom picked me up and dropped Perry and Donut off at their houses, which were a couple blocks away...-.- lazy bums.

I think that days like these frustrate me a lot because it just reminds me of how boring my life is. I was also looking over the Obama plan's for issues. Although in the past I was saying that I didn't like Obama, his plans are pretty darn solid, not to mention the "morally correct" side of it too. If I talk about my conservative views on the bus I get stink-eyes. Sometimes it sucks to live in SF.

Honestly but not my heart-

(That was lame wasn't it?)

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Hong Kong Flower's Non-HK style food

Today is my brother and dad's Birthday, and unfortunately I didn't have the opportunity to get them a present in time- but my mom probably got something for the both of us. I know- I am very thoughtful. I'm at the library right now and the computer is threatening to shut down before I finish this post. I took a typing test last week and it said that my typing speed is almost 77 words per minute. Well, at least that's my personal best. Crap, I keep on having to type and then erase very quickly.

Anyway, today was boring. I finished this awesome anime series called "Okkiku Fukikabutte" and the ending was a bit dissapointing, but all in all a decent anime. A couple of complaints: man friendship is beautiful, but do they really need to emphasize it that much? I thought that I was watching a shounen-ai anime sometimes. The baseball tactics were pretty good though, and the coach was a strong woman. I have two more minutes left on this comp. Later I found this new manga on It's called "666 Satan" I haven't had a chance to read it yet, but the summary looks promising.

---cut off by computer---

Hey, so anyway not much more to post today. I found out that there is much more to hacking than what meets the eye. It's so much trouble, I don't know if I want to try and become a computer geek this summer anymore...Seeing as I'm an incredibly lazy human being. Apathy is threatening to take over!

It wasn't as hot today- thank the lord, or whoever out there who told the Heatman to turn it down. Guess what? The library has brand new issues of "The Economist"! It's a seven day rent thingy.

That just about raps it up..Oh- don't be sad or depressed today! Right now I deem this Sunday April 13 as the "Antidepressed Day". If you are depressed- you die!


Saturday, April 12, 2008

"Fuck you" is something that I would say to the Heatman (the guy who brings heat to the Bay Area- duh!)

It's so hot, it makes you wanna "strip! strip! strip".

Yeah, well the volunteering thing with Sal's over, and truthfully, it was a huge disappointment for Sal and I. We didn't do anything at all. Basically Sal was expecting menial labor type work, but all she did was check off names when people came in. She was so obsessed with doing something, that she did all the work
there was to be done- without me being able to do anything =(. In other words, a bit of a "ball-hog" but in this context "work-hog". Whatever. We hung out a little while afterwards. I went to Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and got this blueberry pomegranate thingy, and then we went  to Forever 21. We parted after that. 

I went to Borders and read manga. My dad and bro met me there and they gave me a piece of salmon. It was good, but the kimchee sucked. We went around afterwards trying to find a treat, and I saw this soft-serve ice cream self-serve place, but there was samples and it tasted like old milk. 
Finally we just decided to go to
Beard Papa's! and I got a $2.25 cream puff. I observed that they sold green tea in a bottle for $2.75, when 
you can get the exact same
thing in Japan town for $1. Oh, how they rip up off *pleasant face*. We went home after that, and I slept in the car with the oh-so-sweet air conditioning...but now that I am in my house, it is so fucking humid in here, and yeah. Heat makes me bitchy.

Oh, and I broke my vegetarian thing for good. I ate a beef stick from the Cherry blossom festival. It's pointless to keep this up anymore. Ahh! And tomorrow's my dad and brothers birthday, must remember to get them a present tonight or make them something.
It kind of sucks for my dad because his car broke down earlier and we had to pay a hundred buckaroo's to get a new battery. It all turned out fine or whatever.

Yours fucking truly,

Friday, April 11, 2008

*Yawns* Uber Tired

I slept for almost three hours in the car. Gah lee. I still feel tired, so I'm going to go to sleep in about an hour. I'm volunteering with Sal tomorrow at the Women's film festival, and I don't want to be yawning the entire time. I'm hungry and tired- what a combination.

I say this every day, so it must mean somethin', but...I'm losing confidence in my friends to keep, well- confidentiality. I tell someone something, and I expect that the insults and back-talking would be kept to themselves. Obviously we don't have a mutual understanding. I really need to find a friend who is a loner and who hates talking- then I can talk to them without the worry of it getting out. Sometimes my friend irritates me. Harry kept saying that Perry was annoying yesterday because of the Dinosaur incident that Perry did for a joke. I sort of felt that 'annoying-ness' today.

All my classes were decent. The only thing is that I thought that I wouldn't be able to turn in certain assignments, but at the last minute the teacher pushed back the due date. This happened in both my science class AND my English class.

Geometry class was okay, Cinderella is always amusing, as well as the stuck-up Mighty Giselle. Christina seemed to be in a better mood too- it must've been the burrito. I know it! Baker wasn't so happy though, a bit pissed off-ish to me. Hey- I would be too if I was a newbie teach' and I had these non-honors classes with delinquents are the occasional smart-alec Asian (MightyG). 

The algebra test is next week on Wednesday. Must study.

In Career I read a book and then talked with Andy, Nathan, Justin, and Jane Andy wasn't to be messed with? Haha. Something about virus's and hacks, and the "POSTCARD" email virus that is international. Apparently, Andy's friends made it...(which is not very believable of course, but we always take his bull). We ended school by going outside to look at the MADD car exhibit outside our school. It was a Mercedes-Benz that was crushed from drunk driving. If I was in the back seat I would survive, but the seat belt in the front seat would do N-U-T-I-N-G!

I hung out with Donut after school for a bit, because I wanted to stalk Perry with her date from SI that she met at NFL LD. We lost her after a while, but I got an awesome mango tapioca smoothie. I was talking to Donut, and miraculously Perry got word of something I said about her. 0.0, is she psychic? I don't Stink So! Cuz' yeah, a bit irritated by that.

I went to J-town and got a mango shaved ice, but unknown to me, I had dropped my money along the way, so I didn't have enough cash to pay for it. The nice Japanese lady said I could just bring the money some other time. After that we left Japan-town. I slept for several hours, and currently I am writing this blog post.

I'm also reading this book I randomly picked out at the library last night. It's not too bad, it's called "Scorpia" by Anthony Horowitz. Apparently this book is a series, and my brother reads well as Calvin, some strange dude who sits in front of me in Career. He kept staring at my book while I was reading it. Peculiar man, he is.

Copy That,

Thursday, April 10, 2008

What is Smart

Guess what? "What Abe?" I did my homework. *gasps in horror and astonishment*.
So I just got back from my favorite library and honestly, it just feels great. I got all of my math homework done, and most of my science. Great progress here considering that I don't normally open my backpack when I get home (excluding the extraction of my lunchbox).

I think that I should start studying for the PSAT's soon- the library has a wonderful selection of brand new test prep books! Shut up, I know I'm a freak. It's hard to type this post while simultaneously talking to Perry on the phone...

Anyway, today I saw the school musical, because today is the cheapest day to go. I met Harry somewhere along the way after I waited nearly an hour for Ms. Jacobs who didn't show up at her office! I've been waiting for her twice a day! 

The musical was pretty good, the leads were very good. Whenever this one guy is in a play, it always turns out that he kisses someone! I hung out with Harry before
for a couple hours in the bleachers above the football field. Prior to that we got
kicked out of the Props room... The girl was a bit snobby, but that's just because I'm bitchy about getting kicked out- we really weren't suppose to be there.

Later on I got these cilantro dumplings, and they were awesome, because they had water chestnuts in them. I want to be a math nerd, but it's too much trouble.
Gotta practice piano now.


Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Coffee and Poo-colored Geometry book

I spilled almost 8 ounces of my caramel latte on my geometry book. I'm fucked. It was good too! Hopefully it'll work out with the teach'. Not the greatest day, but not the worst...

Fafafafafafa! We played 'ultimate football' in P.E. today- supposedly a variation of 'ultimate Frisbee'. It wasn't fun, the football was too tiny and soft. I did a lot of my homework at the library, then went to Starbucks where the incident happened.

I'm becoming very skeptical about the people who hang around me. One's a liar, and the other's too passive. Other friends are cool, but very un-entertaining...not that I want to have "wild" friends *cough*. I'm lazy so yeah, I don't wanna write anymore.


Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Blackout and the 1906

I almost blacked out in Borders, but thankfully I woke up by falling on a solid bookcase (it was fastened on the wall...), amazing, it's like from a book! So yeah, it must be the lack of food- or lack of nutritious food... I ate half a microwaved potato and a Kimchi Bowl Noodle
(unhealthy but mmm..)

ANYWAY, today was a pretty good day. The test in geometry was 'so-so' I was dumb
and didn't study the properties of quadrilaterals, so the first side was fucked...but on the other side- the calculations part- I'm sure I did proficiently =p. English was pretty good, well except for the fact that Ms. Contreras seemed to be scrutinizing my every movement whenever
she has the chance...also the conversation with my friend-ish people do I say it- very...perverted to say the least. Lunch was *cough*...yeah, I hung out with Perry and Jane- if you know them, 
well, you know
how that goes... I managed to have a brisk on-the-spot appointment with Ms. Huddleston, and she was surprisingly civil. She signed my paper,
and- wait
for it....SMILED! Wow, a great feat for her.

Career Ed is pretty boring- but I got to get in some dirty jokes with Elaine (that's her real name btw). She hated them, and her cool demeanor was a bit dismantled. She is awesome. My brothers friends prank called me, and it was really funny, because they didn't block the I.D. They told me I had a man-voice when I pretended to be someone else. So much for that. Another one of Ken's friends called me on the bus, but I redirected him. I suppose these are just the consequences of using your lil' bro's cell.

There was a traffic jam with the bus, and I was on there for over an hour.
I finally got downtown and turned in the form for College for Teens without problems.
Then I went to Borders and read manga.

PS: In the title when I say "1906" that's referring to the video I watched in science class.

Over and out-


Monday, April 7, 2008


I was sick all day. Slept till noon. Called friends to get homework- not much. Math test tomorrow, must study. Life's a bitch. Ciao- littleleaf

Friday, April 4, 2008

Puff Daddy's in Da HOUSE! What does that mean anyway?

It's late, so I'm posting this- it's going to show up as tomorrow, but this post is about yesterday...gah this is confusing! Anyways, this is a post for the following:

April 4, 2008

Today was a pretty darn decent day. I got to school "relatively" on time- in other words, I got into the locker room without a... need to bang on the doors. Gym was boring, but I remembered to bring my gym clothes home! Awesomeness! They smelled like shit anyways (I don't want to say how long I haven't washed them for- but it's a disgusting number). I made quite a few long shots (in basketball), glorious moments...oh the nostalgia. In second period, we did notes, and it was easy (as per usual). Crap, I've just noticed that I use parenthesis a a lot- got to break that habit.

In third period, we actually "kinda" did work! *gasps*, well to say that we did work is an overstatement considering that we went to the computer lab and were instructed to research a French country. Needless to say...I played hobowars the whole time while memorizing part of this hilariously ridiculous rap that I found online. I tried rapping to anyone who was listening- thankfully they didn't want to waste their tomato's on me.
I shall post a part of it here: Juggalo
                       what is a juggalo you ask?
                    let me think for a second
                   oh, he get's butt-naked
                      he walks through the street
                   winking at the freaks
                        with a two-liter stuck in his butt-cheeks

Are you laughing yet?


In fourth period, Ms. Contreras went with me to talk to Ms. Jacobs- the English Dept. Head. She was a bit spacey, but all in all, an amiable woman. Ms. Contreras favors me now- at least I think... Sher is being nicer to me recently...odd. We just did Lit terms in English, so nothing eventful happened. I actually didn't get a chance to talk with Rosy or Katrina...

Lunch was so tedious! I was mad because I had misread this sheet that I was suppose to turn in today, but I left it at home because I thought it didn't apply to me. Now I have to take a chance and get it in on Monday- I hope the spaces don't fill up for Expository writing. Although my counselor told me that those classes don't fill up that quickly. I believe that it's a three hour class every day for a month. Yikes! I'm participating in this because I would like to further my skills in writing factual reports etc. Perry is doing it with me. I don't know if she realizes that it's going to be a big commitment. I don't think I realize it either.

I spent the whole period in the counseling office trying to talk to Ms. Huddleston, but she was in an important meeting with these serious looking fat ladies. Perry cried because Kennedy yelled at her, but then Cozak signed it for her and she was all happy again. I think that today was a difficult day for Perry, but in the end she got was she wanted and
was "happy and shiny again" (quote by Harry). She also lost some important thingy for science, and she dragged me around the school 
after school had already ended, but then I had the chance to talk to Mr. Shinamoto (is that his name?) the science dept. Head, and he told me that I had to write a really good letter to the dept. about why they should accept me. I'm going to work on that with my dad later, because he's good at writing proposals (it's his job so...).

*pauses and goes the bathroom* Did you really need to know that? Haha...yeah...not funny.

I'm trying to remember what I did after that...oh yeah! So I went down to the market on (38th?) planning to buy mango's, but they didn't have any, so I bought a nectarine and a ice cream stick. The ice cream stick was good (it was oreo..) but the nectarine that smelled so wonderful- was crap. I ate it, but it was really fibery, and not good tasting.

When I got to the bus stop for the 38, I had to run to catch it. The bus was empty for the most part, but when we got to Roosavelt, the bus was filled with tiny people, and I saw my friend get on (she was at clement st.), we talked to her and complained about this guy who we know (haha), then she got off. The bus was "kinda" crowded, but not so much that I couldn't squeeze out. I was reading the Economist, which I had snatched from the Props room earlier. It was nice because it was shorter than usual (100pg's I think?).

Then we got to Masonic, and TONS AND TONS of people got on. Wallenburgers and little people alike. It was like a freakin' raid! And then I saw my long lost friend Eli. We talked about fanfiction and I gave her friend (who looks and acts like Sara strangely- who is/was Eli's best friend) a high five, for a reason that I don't remember. I got her cell #, and promised to call. I will...someday. I had to squeeze out of the 38, and I got off earlier, because more people would 
get on, it would be even more unbearable. I went to Nijiya and decided to try their seasoned okara, but it was too salty- Super Mira's is really the best kind... I bought a natto-maki too, and I ate it while walking up to my dad's office- people stared at me in disgust, it was really good though. The wind was blowing so my hair got gross.

I have this history with Super Mira. Their manager hates me for, a reason...not to be mentioned on this blog. I finally had the balls to go in, and I bought cheap candy without incident. I went back to my dad's office, and we went home. I think that I just slept, then went into the house, and slept...until 11 something.



PS: I just noticed that April 4th is what everyone pronounces my alias! It's really Aberforthe, but people pronounce it "April forf", haha...g'night

Thursday, April 3, 2008

What Else is there to Say besides "I Love You"?

Dun dura-dun dun-dun, can't touch dis'! Dun dura-dun dun-dun!

Today was an okay day. I a ashamed to say that I ate chicken. Oh well, rules are made to be
broken. I've noticed that people say "no offense" a lot, which is an irony, considering that a lot of times- they are indeed saying something either offensive or something that they think is offensive. Why do you say it at all if you think it'll offend the other person? Sure, being reminded of my flaws is a great turn-on for me, in terms of friendship- notice the sarcasm. Once in a while, I will say "no offense" as well, so what if I'm a hypocrite- since I say it too, it just gives me the "right" to say that a lot of times it is something that I find would be offensive to the other person. Just my daily rantings. 

This morning was "B" schedule, so I got to sleep ten extra minutes. In P.E. we had to run half a mile (although I have no idea why considering that we ran on Tuesday...), and it was O.K. I talked with Jane for a while and we have somewhat re-kindled our "kinda" deteriorating friendship (*cough* why do I think it sounds...fruity?). Bartho has been a bit "iffy" recently, because I have noticed that my friends criticisms of her are pretty harsh, yet unfortunately- true. There is a bit of an odor of her gym clothes (not that mine don't
reek- but I cover it up at least!) She is a little bit of what you would call an "abuser", for it seems that she enjoys insulting skinny people (and thinking that just cuz' their skinny, they don't think their fat, so it's okay for her to insult them and call them fat).

Enough of this degradation of another human being on my "day blog", I'll move on.

So second period (science) was fun- I love Bill Nye! He is awesome- recall those fun videos ladies and gentleman, where there is a corny ass 70's-80's music-video parody with changed lyrics to fit into the context of the video (thanks for the wording Christina). "Not too bad!" for those of you who recognize that phrase. Did you know that forests have four levels? The sub floor, the understory, the forest floor, and the canopy? I'll stop now...

We were watching "August Rush" in French class (don't ask why- long story). It was unrealistic, but nevertheless- touching in the least. The stupid "awek;uhafwkjdsfnjbd fa.wejkleq2t3u7RFTRTU&I&()*&^%$#" in the back are so loud that we are always distracted. Pardon my french (haha).

I got an "A" in English last grading period (and incidentally made the "A" honor role), but I don't have any confidence of the next one. Which reminds me- Mrs. Contreras said that I have to go with her to talk to the English Dept. Head to see if I can get into Honors English next year. I hope I remember to remind her (she's very forgetful). I need to get into at least ONE honors class next year (hopefully English, because that's my easiest subj.).

Lunch was okay, I went to the Eco-friendly Club (as per usual), not too enjoyable, but I don't want the club members to think I'm overly flaky (one of them is on the fencing team- and I quit that so...yeah). It's not too bad, not a long meeting. Although the teacher has a history of not following through with activities. I was in her Writers Club for a while, and there was talk about publishing a Writer's Zine or something- never happened, sometimes she isn't even there for the meetings [on Fridays].

In Geometry it was the same ol' same ol'. I chatted with Christina, about how, what- I have no idea- how life sucks? I think she really brings the pessimistic (wait for the contradiction here) optimist in me. She's good at drawing political expressions of stuff (I have no better word), they are lovely. I think Dae Sean sorta dislikes me, he was nicer at the other table. 


Driver's ed was boring, we turned it our books whoohoo! Tomorrow is the last day!

I hung out at Janes house, Perry was there for a while too. I saw Mika Matsu, who I haven't seen personally since she went to St. Bridgets sometime during elementary school (the only reason I remember which school she transferred to is because Yuki went there in 3rd grade or somethin'). I don't remember what she was like before (we were good friends though...-.-) but her personality seems...conformist much? Maybe an overstatement, she was nice, somewhat evasive...boring convo.

My dad picked me up at Jane's house and I went to the beach. I sat on a tablecloth-tarp thingy, and buried my feet, it was warm and wonderful and now I feel dirty. Note: Must take shower soon. I got this drink thingy afterwards, I decided to try the bigger size, but felt sick. I suppose 
that after getting the same drink four times straight- you would get sick of it. I slept in the car while I waited until my brothers lacrosse practice was over. Then we went home and I continued to sleep.

I edited Jane's story called "Mrs. Goose Pays Mrs. Pig a Visit", you should read it on my other blog:


Bob Sanders

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Brief Summary of Break and April Fools Day

Title: Jealousy Blackens the Heart
I haven't updated recently, that is because I am lazy. I apologize that I don't have a more worthy excuse, but it's the truth. I have been thinking recently, and it seems that I lose at everything. I am no good at anything, and I am truly beginning to doubt myself. Well, let's say that I'm decent at most things if I try, but I cannot get *better*! In fact, even if I'm good at something to begin with, I will eventually suck at it (compared to all the other improving stars.)

Today there was the greatly anticipated Lincoln Douglas debate was today- and I lost both of my rounds, not advancing to the third. Perry won one round and went on (she won two, as I later found out), thankfully I got to go home.

So in the title of this blog entry is "jealousy blackens the heart", and what I mean by that is my evil thoughts of a certain individual I know. "It" is very good at everything (in the exception of cooking), or has talent in almost everything to rapidly improve. It is very charismatic, and reasonably attractive (personally, not really, but other's seem to think so). Sometimes it just makes me mad- but I absolutely hate saying bad things about behind people behind their back, but recently it's a bit of a habit. I am not pointing a finger at anyone, but anyways, yeah. Enough venting.

So I can embed this, but I can't write anything else- I'll post in an hour or so (if I remember).

I have come to a conclusion- I live my life as a very sad person.

Anyway, that was just a post I started the other day, just didn't have a chance to put it up.
I've been watching a lot of anime recently. I love soccer anime, and historical, but it's really getting in the way of my life. I put a couple of video's up on YouTube to test out my video editing software (moviemaker), so they're just slideshows of pictures...

A while ago, I uploaded a video of me singing the twelve days of christmas, I'll embed it here if I can...