Monthly Archives: March 2012
I’m so sad that spring break is now over for us. This was actually one of my best spring breaks I have ever had. Why? Because I did a lot of things and received many things that I have always wanted! Everything from crossing the international border for the first time with my friends without any parental supervision and receiving my super awesome HD Radio, there has been quite a lot of fun fun fun this break.
What comes after the break? Stress, stress, stress. I’m getting worried about getting back our math quiz back, even though it is a quiz… Along with that, I’m worried about an upcoming test about population in my world issues class. School is really catching up and ruining my fun fun fun… Seriously it really is… Senior year in high school is so tough because colleges and unis are looking through your GPA and SAT scores (don’t ask me what my score was cuz I really don’t wanna talk about it :P).
My doctor is already telling me that the stress that I’m producing is damaging my heart, therefore causing it to have problems. Nothing too severe though, just a faster heart rate. It beats the fastest when a teacher is handing out a test back or an important assignment. I always get more worried about getting it back instead of actually doing the test or assignment. Most of the time, I hate talking about a quiz or test the minute you finish it because I don’t not want to know what I did wrong. Usually when a teacher begins to talk about it, I end up failing that test or quiz for no apparent reason. It’s just a bad jinx for me. D:
I’m pretty sure most of you have had this problem with your friends where they tell you that they will go somewhere with you, but only to say no last minute. I hate how many of friends do this because you get so excited for literally nothing. Your like “PERSON A IS COMING YIPPIE! SO EXCITED” and then they tell you an hour before the meeting that they aren’t coming because of some reason. Some of those reasons are explainable, like my mom made last minute arrangements to do this and that, but none the less, this shows how disorganized you are. If you say, HEY I’M GOING TO YOUR PARTY or HEY I’M GOING TO THE DANCE, then you do it! Don’t just back out last minute! It gives all your friends false hope and shows that you don’t really care about them or put the things they do into importance.
None the less, I have decided to end my relationships with a lot of my friends because they have not been committed to any of the events I told to attend. Plus their excuses were not really believable. I have heard, I have study the entire holiday so I can’t make it (the person who gave me that excuse didn’t even care much about her marks), My mom won’t let me go that far (even though we’re pretty much adults), My mom made an appointment on that day (well you should of told her that you’re busy today and book the appointment to another day?) and yah dadada.
I feel really bad when I don’t attend someone’s party that they invited me to, now that I look at it. I feel bad for those times where I rejected them because of some silly excuse and if it was me right now, I would have not rejected them.
Lots of “young adults” my age are much more likely to vote for the Democratic Party than the Republican Party, unless your from those “conservative” states (the Bible Belt states). Why? Why do young adults from New York or California love voting for the Democratic Party, even though half of them have no idea what the party is willing to do to benefit them?
It’s a simple answer. Our teachers. Our schools Most teachers are definitely left wingers (of course, there are the few), as seen by their union. They teach us left wing ideologies like gay marriage is ok (I have nothing against it, but this is just a point I’m making), Marxism (learned about it in English class) and how war is not a good thing (it isn’t, but this makes students less supportive of our military). There are other examples of how students can get influenced by what they learn in school, but these are some main ideologies that I found wrong in the school curriculum. Why not learn about capitalism in English class? Why are we only learning about Marxism, Feminist, Freudian and some other left wingist ideologies? Why aren’t our teachers letting us know that capitalism is the driving force of our somewhat wonderful (hey, we’re still the number one country!) economy? Look at North Korea. Look at what communism has done there. Famine. That’s what. So why aren’t teachers educating that to us?
Most, if not all, of my friends will vote for the Democratic Party quite blindingly, since I know some of them do kind of live under a rock and have no clue what’s going on in the world. Voting for the Democratic Party is totally fine, IF you know what they are trying to support for. Don’t just go to the voting counter and vote for them. Look at what the candidate is trying to do if he or she gets elected. If you like what they want to do (even though we ALL know politicians are liars, COUGH COUGH OBAMA), then you should vote for them.
This post isn’t supposed to sway people into voting for the Republican Party, this post is just to get young adults more educated on what they are doing when they are voting in an election. If you enjoy raising taxes to the higher and middle class people and giving money to poor people, then vote for a left wingist politician. But don’t just vote for that person because everyone else is doing so. Do what you want. No peer pressure. And you shouldn’t be subjected to this peer pressure because as citizens of this country, we must decide what YOU think will be the best candidate for this country. NEVER do what your friends are doing. They may not share the same political ideologies as you are.