What the hell is up with this? A "friend", username is [aoide], decides to block me, okay? But guess what? She's still keeping me listed as a "friend"....wh
I'm kinda pissed off right now. My first period teacher told me to put my Automobile mag up, and told me that I am to never bring it back out again. That pushed my buttons a bit, but not as much as it normally would have. I don't know why, but some things just don't grate my nerves as much as they used to. Heh...I was reading about the new C6 ZO6 Corvette coming out. That thing is outrageous with its horsepower: 500+. That makes it the fastest Corvette ever produced. EVER. The bad thing about it? It's compression ratio is too high to do a lot of bolt-on parts, like a supercharger/t
Catch ya later,
Hey, if anyone wants to reply to any of my diary entries (as long as the replies are reasonably polite---pleas
*sigh* Second period, as usual. Still boring beyond belief (my teacher is making us read The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne---it might have been interesting if I hadn't already read it before). Well, I just had an intriguing conversation with Allison. It seems she has to do an oral presentation on some dude named "Frederick Olmstead" in a week and a half, THEN she has to turn in a seven-page essay on Sputnik but that won't be due for a month or so. Poor thing, she's stressing out so much about this.
I think I'll leave you with a poem by Emily Dickenson:
Mine Enemy is growing old
Mine Enemy is growing old---
I have at last Revenge---
The Palate of the Hate departs---
If any would avenge
Let him be quick---the Viand flits
It is a faded Meat---
Anger as soon as fed is dead---
'Tis starving makes it fat---
Well, you'll never guess what period I'm writing this in. *five second pause* Well, if you guessed second period, then you are absolutely...W
And we've finally come up with a PERMANENT name for our troupe.
'Tis me. Again. Second period. As usual. It's SUPPOSED to be "silent" reading, but it's not too silent, nor is anyone really reading. You know, English is my most favourite of subjects, but this class blows. It's so boring! Oh well. At least Allison is sitting right next to me, feeling the exact same way I do: bored out of our minds! Allison is really mint, and pretty cute, too, but she's a Jehovah's Witness, so I'll never really consider her as anything more than a good friend, simply because she's really devoted to her religion.
Well, the troupe and I are back together again, so I'm in a pretty happy mood. We've already started outlining a play for our official, public comeback. From what I can tell, it's going to be a rather humourous recollection of memories from when we first started acting together. We've decide to call it "Eat Tofu, Brute?", after one of the most memorable goofs we've ever made while on-stage. You all should know where THAT line came from, so I'm not going to say it. Heh...we're NEVER going to let Rob forget that...heh.
I suppose I'll let you all in on a little secret wiki I've been keeping under wraps until now: Parasite Eve. There. Now then, I'd like to put forth ANOTHER wiki, but I'm going to be needing a LOT of help from a LOT of people with this one, though: Cars!!!.
Speaking of wikis, I've had a lot of requests to put up a wiki about the restoration of my '67 Shelby GT-500. I guess I'll do what I can to please the masses. Would anyone like to know about the troupe while I'm at it? I'm going to have to make a wiki to keep track of all of my wikis...jeez.
And we still need to figure out a name for our troupe.
Well, it's second period (English III Honours) and I've decided to use the time that my teacher has set aside for "independent reading" for more pressing matters, such as jotting down the memories of recent events.
I think I've fallen in love with Broadway now. I say this because on the ship, there was a group called the "Holiday Dancers" and they were absolutely superb, being smooth and crisp, detailed and vague, delightful in some places while depressing in others and all of this happening at the same time. It was beautiful to watch their fluid, graceful motions in their perfectly choreographed plays. I absolutely adore this group of VERY talented actors and actresses, and they have inspired me to gather together my crew and continue forth with our award-winning productions (yeah...I know that the awards aren't REALLY big awards, but the cast DID win a lot of them, so poop on everyone who thinks poorly of the cast). This is a time of change for me, and I will sure it is for the better, beginning with gathering together Lorean, Tobias, Michael, Lindsey, Julio, Brad, Robert ("Rob"), Samantha ("Sam" or "Sammy"), Heather, Jennifer and the rest of the troupe to discuss a reunion of the team. Hmm...that's another thing: we'll have to finally choose a permanent name for us. Anyways, wish me luck!
~Kenneth (Me!!! ^_^)