Monday, January 12, 2009

It's Disappointing

I'm trying to keep the It's trend going for as long as possible.
You ever have one of those days that just feels like "Blurgh. Blah." Yes. Today is one of those days. Because I'm a procrastinator, let's make a list. Who doesn't love a list?

Things I thought about at lunch

  • Time machines and unexisting yourself
  • How hilariously awesome it would be to have a Delorean. I believe I have blogged about this before.
  • How to overthrow the dictatorship of Euro
  • Who I am and who I want to be.
  • Why I really should be in charge of the big 3 and/or the state of Alaska
  • Oh. I have to make a video today.
Clearly, three of these rise to a new level of interesting that is worthy of writing about.
One thing that thoroughly complicates time travel is the fact that you have a very large possibility of unexisting yourself. This would be the unwanted outcome, unless you had a suicide wish, but didn't want to hurt your friends and family. In that case, it might work well. If we were using the timeturner method of time travel, then unexisting yourself would be utterly impossible, because it would have already happened, you wouldn't exist in the first place.
Time travel is pretty cool.
I've been thinking of overthrowing Euro for a while now. The real problem with this is when. I don't think that the teacher would really appreciate us using all our knowledge of various government types against her, but it would be so fun. I would say that we should do it after the AP test, but she still has control over all of our grades...so...that may be bad if she took it the wrong way.
Who I am and who I want to be is something that I think about a lot. A lot as in...all the freeking time. I think it's a topic worthy of about ten blog posts, so you may be seeing more of it in the future. I want to be responsible. I want to be smart.
The real problem is that I can't find my way from point A to point B.

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AssassinsCall said...

If we did try to overthrow the Euro teacher we'd have to kill her...she'd stir up a rebellion amongst the other prisoners...

Samantha said...

But there wouldn't be any other prisoners to stir up rebellion with. There was talk of you tying her to a chair or something, but I think she might realize that and...not sit down or something.
Killing would actually be something we would get in trouble for. Not like tying to a chair.

samke23 said...

Actually, thinking about it, we procrastinator love making lists. Is makes us feel like we have accomplished something.