11th grade is almost over and I must say I learned a lot these past couple of weeks. I didn’t learn any of it from my teachers, though (besides maybe my law
teacher, but I’ll get to that in a minute). The vast majority of my teachers have taught me nothing. I learned my ABCs on my own, just like Abraham Lincoln. None of the other kids at my school can handle this stuff. Their feeble minds are just too fragile and how many of them have 69 followers on their blog? Zero, because most of them don’t have blogs. That’s almost 70 and 70 multiplied 1000 is 70000. Then again most of them don’t read my blog. They all go to that ugly Tumblr website. It’s full of kids with ADD or ADHD. Wait, what was I talking about? Unicorns?
What I’ve learned:
As it turns out watched pots do boil. Most people are too lazy to watch them. Also, a picture isn’t really worth a thousand words. I tried talking to them at Walmart. They told me I needed to pay them money. The most significant thing I’ve learned is that some of the girls in High School are actually terrifying. The other day I overheard (possibly eavesdropping a girl in the lunch line ask her girl friend and I quote: “Have you ever hated somebody so much you wanted to drown them”. I think I heard that right, and I sure hope that her friend replied with something to the effect of “No, Sally, I haven’t because I’m not a deranged psychopath.” Sadly that is probably not the truth. I’ve also learned how to stop world hunger, but for reason I’ve rather not disclose I’ve opted not to explain that to you. If you have any questions, talk to my lawyer.
So, that’s about it. That’s all I’ve learned this year. Whoever said you learn something new everyday is wrong. Some days you just sit around and do absolutely nothing besides observe. Those are the days I love.
In other news, later this week or next week, I will be debating for my Business Law class. I have been assigned to debate the issue of abortion from the pro-life perspective. This might be a difficult endeavor for me for I have not always had the most healthy relationship with fetuses or humans in general. Wish me well, please.
Also, I’ve written a couple of poems today that I’ll get to share with you later. Maybe, I’ll head to Lewisburg on the day school gets out to read poetry. I don’t know. Anyway, bye.