Well you guys I have been away from Oasis by force and not by choice- I have been unable to log in. But thanks to Jeff's technical prowess all has been overcome.
So anyway, I have returned to the snow covered caps of Chicago. Nothing really new is here. But things are starting to look up. 2004 is a year of change for me. Both physically and emotionally.
Well I have been working out for the past 8 weeks, and am now starting to see the result. If I can continue through this quarter (goal one) then I should be quite buff.
I am changing the layout of my room (goal 2), which may seem inconsequential to some, but changing the bed from wall A to wall B can stop the drudgery of always seeing the same thing over and over again in the same place.
I also got a new computer. Again not a really big deal in my life plan, but having the old computer for just over three years, one attaches to it certain memories. And so with even my computer I can begin afresh.
I plan to be much less asocial this year (goal three). As we all know of blogs past, I have a tendency to not make good such promises. Thus I have placed myself in a position whereby I shall be forced to at least talk with other people and chances are that there might be a few homos there as well. I auditioned for two plays and either tonight or tomorrow morning I will get my part (if any).
I also, however, need to become friendly with more of the queers on campus, rather than be in my high tower of supposed moral superiority. Tis lonely up here. (goal four)
I wish to respond to some things which were directed towards me re my forum post. Well actually I will simply say one thing. I did not mean to be serious, and in fact I was not. Anyone who has known me at least for the shortest of times knows that I, above all else, admire a laugh and a jest.
The point of that post was not to actually classify society, but rather to expose how a certain group thinks, and what would happen if we adopted their ideology. I apologize for nothing that I said on that post, if you did not at least let out a little chuckle then I pity you above all else. Humor, as the post was also saying, is vital to life. If you take everything so seriously, then there is no fun left in living.
Tonight I am going off to a skating party. I haven't skated in a while, so it shall be amusing watching me slipping and sliding all over the ice.