best kids movie ever.
i want a cat bus.
if i wasn't afraid of cats, i would buy one and name it catbus.
i think its about time i wrote something of relevance here.
by relevance i mean something that is not overly depressing.
that would be nice.
i looked at houses today.
it looks like i'm going to have to pitch and buy a house next year with some friends.
i will confess to you that although i crave independence
more than your average junky craves a fix,
the concept of moving out of my home and
buying a house before i am legally an adult
is absolutely terrifying.
completely fucking terrifying.
well thats not all that happy is it.
good news is that my friends are generally spoiled so it will be a nice house.
31 days of high school left.
is it just me, or does getting a report card make anyone else feel like a 6 year old?
it reminds me of going through that phase
where you realize what a horrible institution the school system is,
and that true intelligence isn't measured in 4 marks out of 100 hundred
which are then averaged together
to determine your worth to society blah blah blah
and you sit in your room faking sick moaning and groaning
and chain smoking
and all that jazz.
i hope i'm not the only one who did that.
i'm over it now, report cards are just silly.
what am i even talking about again?
i had an interview with war child canada.
it wasn't actually an interview because it was quite obvious that i wasn't going to be hired,
but it was for university outreach coordination stuff at my university.
it was cool.
i think it was just for experience.
i'd like to share three gems with you now,
if you wouldn't mind.
Down the Line - Jose Gonzalez.
beauty in song form.
i feel like this is the mental state that i am in the majority of the time.
chez marat - Esther Rimbaud
this kid is just brilliant, and canadian
Four Women - Nina Simone, cover by Madame Pepper
i don't understand why everyone hasn't seen this.
this is music at its best. soooo goood.