September 18th, 2008 at 3:34 pm by Mark
Tags: happy, introspection, logic, love, sociology
Let’s say you’re holding forty things that make you unhappy.
There’s something within your reach that makes you happy.
And picking that one up makes you drop those forty things…
Where’s the logic in not picking it up?
September 10th, 2008 at 11:07 am by Zacque
Tags: civil rights act, entitlement, humor, injustice, Pellissippi State, PSTCC, school, sitting, work
It occurred to me today as I was looking for a place to plug up my laptop, how inconsiderate people can be when it comes to seating arrangement. As I am just as entitled to a seat as they are. But if you walk into a building at Pellissippi State Technical Community College, you are more likely to find a seat in the floor than in a chair or bench. For God(s) sake this is a not pre-civil rights issue, I am a citizen of the United States of America. This is a terrible injustice and inconsiderate of others around you.
So students, staff and faculty should take note:
- Students: A bench is not a bed… (So, don’t lay down there! Go home!)
- All: Everyone needs a seat… (I don’t bite or smell bad. Get the @#$% over it!)
- All: On a side note, I can’t get out to my services to check my e-mail. (It’s not me looking at porn or contracting viruses.)
- All: Also on this same note, why is the infrastructure for the password protected sections of the site so hard to use? (I am relatively computer savvy, I have issues using this… Maybe you should look into hiring Catalyst IT and Catalyst X, they work for me. With that said they could probably help make the design appealing and functional.)
- Staff and Faculty: I realize to purchase applicable materials is a necessary evil, but why do they have to cost so much? (Many of my friends and colleagues are quite successful using online sources to study our information when we have problems. I realize that not all of this information is valid, but with some reasoning I am sure this can be resolved.)
In consideration of these things, maybe atleast one person out there is listening. That makes two, which won’t get us anywhere. But if we could get three people to talk about these things, then they will know its a movement. That’s what it is folks the Inconsiderate Insubordination movement, and you should sing it loud and proud if you want to make changes and stuff.
September 6th, 2008 at 10:58 pm by Zacque
Tags: 666, blog, blogging, blogitude, christianity, Devil, humor, Mark of the Beast, Mark Steel
I would like to point out that we here at Blogitude.com have hit the 666th post. This esteemed honor of the 666th post goes to Mr. Mark Steel.
I find it very amusing that in this blog Mark said he was tired of being screwed over, screwed with, while I wish that he could just get the screw he wants… LOL!
So I salute you Mark, this beer is on you!
September 4th, 2008 at 8:42 pm by Mark
Tags: death, depression, divorce, family, friends, love, photos
“everyone I know
in the end…”
— Nine Inch Nails, Hurt
September 2nd, 2008 at 5:50 am by Sam
Tags: democrats, elections, humor, obama, politics, president, socialism
It’s no big secret that Obama has made the point several times that, “America is the greatest country in the world! And if we stand together, we can make a change!”
The more amusing part about Mr. Obama is the fact that he equates the DNC with the Labor movement found in British Commonwealths.
The idea behind the labor movement is that you don’t walk alone. You’re not by yourself. And each of us are vulnerable by ourselves. Each of us are subject to tragedy and disaster
There’s something very sinister about this to me, because the Labour Party is wholly and entirely made up of Socialists. The Democratic party has been fighting the Socialist stigma for years, yet Mr. Obama comes back with this sort of dialogue?
Socialism believes in Ministry Owned Enterprises and Government Owned Entities. Socialism requires that all workers pull together for the common good. as it insues that everyone is compensated no matter their input to a job. Socialism is what happened to Himmler, and even worse, Hitler.
Socialism = Bad.
Democracy = Good.
Hundreds of other countries already know this.
Why don’t we?
Maybe we should round up all the Canadians and put them into concentration camps just because they’re Canadian. It’s not like they actually contribute to anything but the Florida economy anyway, so who would notice?