Well, I might start off by saying hello to all, though it doesn't matter how I start. It doesn't matter if anyone says hello back.
In english class I've been reading The Stranger and I read an essay by Sartre on existentialism. At first sight I didn't make much sense to me, except for the part about wanting everyone to think like you. Now, I like that. I want everyone to think like me. I'll explain.
Firstly, I'm tired of ignorance in my school environment. For the explanation, I'll set my school as the main example. I hate seeing ignorants walk around thinking they're on top of the world or that they're better than I. I think they're all garbage and sometimes I call them animals. And the people that do make the grade, the really smart ones that do good on all tests are just sheeple. They don't question nothing! I think of them as monkeys and I've divided them into three groups: those that don't see the world, those that don't hear the world, and those that don't speak to the world.
Those monkeys are really annoying sometimes because I feel like they're out to get me. Ya know? I think, no I know that they try to make me look stupid on purpose because they hate me for some reason I may never know, unless of course I ask but I'm afraid because if they do hate me, why would I speak to them?
So if everyone in my school thought like me, we would get along and hostility will cease. I have logical judgement, I am friendly (sometimes, rarely), I don't let my emotions get in the way 1% of the time, I am a passionate speaker which means I should be school president!
Ok that's why they should think like me because the way they are is not ok with me. I'll be seeing my therapist in about 2 weeks and I'm going to explain to her my idea and that I've stopped taking my meds.