September 17, 2010

I had never tried 3D TV/Movies but I hated the idea of it. It seemed stupid.
I finally got around to checking out what all the hype was about, and boy let me tell you, my opinion has not changed at all.
I fucking hate 3D. It’s stupid. It fucks with my depth perception, makes me feel woozy and gives me a headache after a while.
And also the whole ‘wear these stupid fucking glasses every time you want to watch anything in 3D” is stupid. I really thought everyone would’ve ditched the idea, seeing as it came out in like… you know… the 50’s.
All they really did was get rid of the shitty anaglyph system and replace it with the shitty stereoscopic.

The Public

September 10, 2010

Being Blocked On a Walkway
I’m skating down a path, trying to over take these old fucks but they are walking in such a way that they leave no room to pass them. They are walking at about half a metre per second and being old.
“Hurrpy fucking derrr, I hear a skateboard behind me but I wont move because i’m old and think I have elevated privileges. The kid behind me can just go around. Oh but wait, i’m going to pair up with my buddy and stand, slightly seperated, in the middle of the pathway to make sure no one can get around without making it extremely awkward. Watch me walk down the middle of the pathway.”

And then when I do end up passing them, they give me that look that says “Damn kids, these days!”
Sure, there’s a sign that says I can’t skate down that walkway, but what would be the difference if I was walking. They would still be blocking the path.

Another thing I hate is when people travel in swarms. All their stupid fucking friends all walking in one big cluster which takes up the entire walkway with absolutely no way to get around. The only way to get around is either going onto the road or just barging through the dumb fucks.
You barge through them and they look at you like you’re rude, but you know what. Fuck them. That’s what they get for walking with all their friends in a big wall like structure.

The Concept of ‘Eavesdropping’ 
It’s not eavesdropping if you’re fucking yelling your conversation.
I mean really.
The person you’re talking to is next to you, you don’t need to fucking yell.
When I say “can you shut up?”, you don’t reply with “stop eavesdropping.”
Eavesdropping would mean I actually give a fuck about what you’re talking about.
But I really don’t. I just don’t want to hear your stupid fucking voice talking about something completely irrelevant to my interests.
Speaking of irrelevance to interests, some people need to learn body language.
As I was gazing into nothingness, I couldn’t help but hear this one guys voice. Constantly, going on and on about some shit. I looked up at him and noticed he was talking to some girl.
The girl not only refused to make eye contact with him but she also sat a seat away from him. This guy was laughing at his own jokes and the girl was trying to avoid replying to him.
I could feel the awkwardness from where I was sitting.
Some people need to realise when:
a) They are not funny.
b) When the person they’re talking to just doesn’t give a shit.
c) When to shut the fuck up.

Having Opinions Questioned
“Ew, why do you like this music. All it is, is people yelling and beating their instruments.”
If I had a dollar for every time I heard that, I would probably not be broke.
Opinions are opinions.
I don’t care about yours and you don’t care about mine – That is the best way to go about our differences.
If I started saying “Ew, why do you like this music. All it is, is auto-tune and some studio effects to make this pre-pubescent fucktard sound half decent”, people wouldn’t react so nicely.

If it were a genuine question, I could live with that, e.g: “What do you like about this music?”
Otherwise, don’t question someones opinion. It just is.

This one is less of a rant and more a reporting of a funny story I found.

Do you remember growing up and having your parents tell you not to stick a fork in the toaster, or into the power outlet?
Well, apparently this kids parents didn’t.

[Kyle] Dubois (18) and his parents claim teacher Thomas Kelley did not tell him and other students of the dangers of the demonstration power cords in their electrical trades class.”

Oh but there’s more.

“Dubois attached an electrical clamp to one nipple while another student attached another clamp to the other. A third student plugged in the cord. Dubois was critically injured and his legal team claim he has suffered permanent brain damage.

So now this genius and his parents are suing the school and the teacher for medical expenses, lost income – due to time away from work and ‘other’ damages.

I wonder if this brain damage was before or after the electrocution.
I mean really, this kid is 18.
How can you live for 18 years without realising that electricity+your nipples=bad.
Or even just the fact that electricity is dangerous.
It’s like lighting yourself on fire with a bunsen burner and then suing the teacher because you didn’t know fire could hurt.

This kid is a douchebag.
He should have died.
It would have made for a funny cause of death certificate.
Cause of Death: Electrocution (via nipples).

Here’s a link to the full story: Something funny and witty relating to the story.