I’d like to thank God, amoung others who are unmentionable.

Michael Moore.com

David, my brother, had the audacity to give me Bowling for Columbine, I watched for three hours because i had to take breaks due to my cursing crying and cringing. I couldnt take most of it because it feels so dead on true.

my god if half of his statements are true we should pray to whatever god we have for forgiveness

what about the atheist, well you and I will need to do many hours of community service to make up for it

we are truly fucked up and its depressing

I had misguided faith that the democrats were in some way better than the republicans, i listened to jacques and johann’s ideas of politics with hesitancy believing they were too extreme and had lost touched with reality

only problem was that I was the one who was not listening and living in my own little dreamworld.

Micheal Moore calls for Protests of Bush, but explain to me what will happen when Bush is gone, will the next president be different than the ones who came before?

Americans have been playing god for a long time, and I dont think we want to stop.

My brother hopes to enlighten enough of the population to keep politicians accountable. Its a lofty goal I cant believe in.

My friend Ronnie hopes that a plague wipes out 90% of the population and makes the living conditions for the rest bearable. Im not that sadistic to wish for that.

I just want something to believe in, and not some false myth that has been propagated by the same people i distrust.

Some would probably say believe in yourself, only problem is I know myself and Im not a good person.

So I sit here depressed with my idealogies destroyed, thanks moore.

Im also getting old.

Fuck their god, whomever they are.


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0 Responses to I’d like to thank God, amoung others who are unmentionable.

  1. Arglor says:

    Wow…. yeah been there… Michael Moore is not a man to read when you have future commitments… he can disable even the most strong willed and determined individual. Something that should always be kept in mind is never to shoot the messenger. The world is a shitty place and politics is really depressing but sometimes simply the knowledge of what is out there can lead us to the strength to change it. I do believe we can change the world and I am even strenghtened by Moore’s ability to see these atrocities and come out against them. I take strength in his determinism. As an aside, his new book Stupid White Men shows just how good of a researcher he is.

  2. weatherly says:

    everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing themselves. i used to think of this every time i explained why i was a vegetarian, and why i thought i was doing more for the environment by not supporting the meat industry than people who spouted their crap about community gardens. and i’d like to think this had something to do with your comment, but maybe i’m too tired to make the connection. sorry. w.

  3. horselover_fat says:

    helluva bump, eh? So I’m up late/early after work and for some unknown reason I can’t sleep. I’ve run out of productive things to do with my time. Ran into a wall with the whole school/financial aid application thingie so I decide to catch up with all your posts on your blog. Not too hard since there aren’t too many of them. And I come across this: [quote:2154b5f0f1]My friend Ronnie hopes that a plague wipes out 90% of the population and makes the living conditions for the rest bearable. Im not that sadistic to wish for that.[/quote:2154b5f0f1] Damn. All I can say is damn. That’s pretty harsh. Even for me. Don’t remember saying it, but it sounds like something I would say. I do have a tendency to make wildy extreme statements like this. But damn. I think now I only advocate [i:2154b5f0f1]sterilizing[/i:2154b5f0f1] 90% of the population and let them die off from natural causes. I’m growing soft in my old age. But now that I’m here I want to ask you, did you ever get to go to Japan, or are you still going? And what’s Amanda up to? Does she still work for that doctor or attorney or whatever and if so, does she have to commute all the way from BFEkner? Does she post here too? Under what alias (I understand if that info is kept secret). I’ve already heard from your mom. Kind of caught me by suprise, didn’t know your mom would be on the boards here. Since then, I’ve been very careful to go easy on the swearing and all. Don’t you have a birthday coming up soon, or did you already? Sorry, I’m bad with exact dates. Are you looking forward to becoming thirty? I can’t say that I’m too happy with it, myself. [i:2154b5f0f1]When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things.[/i:2154b5f0f1] I’m still trying to put away childish things. It doesn’t come easily, nor does it come automatically. Sorry for all the questions; I’ve been out of touch for a good long while. Ron.