Dear Ms. Leading,

I regret to inform you I've fallen out of lust.
It must be so hard to understand.
Did you really think me a fool enough to play along?
And make believing everything you said was true
Push your pouting lips on other unsuspecting lovers

The Dear Hunter


The biggest disappointment of today is the decrease in value of communication.
Everything is said electronically.
People confront one another via Instant Messages, social networking sites, e-mail and texts.

To those people that choose these methods as confronting methods-
what the hell is wrong with you?

Since when was it okay to apologize for something you did to hurt someone through a Facebook message?
Since when was it okay to spell check your break up with someone?
And since when was it okay to tell someone that you can no longer be their friend in a window that will be exed out of if their computer restarts?

Uhhh... oh right. This all started to be okay ever since the fucking internet ruined the whole fucking world.
However, I can't sit here and type about this without addressing the issue of a person's character in this equation.

Is it your intelligence that prevented you from thinking clearly before you could pick up a phone or take a breath and communicate effectively?
I highly doubt it, you lazy-ass bastards.
It's your blatant cowardice.

The people that would never have spoken up about something before are now attacking people as they hide behind their computers and unlimited text messaging fees on their Verizon network.

If anyone ever fucking texts me an apology again, I am filling their inbox everyday with the same message:

Hey, fucko. Can you hear me now?


Some days, I wish I were able to be as religious as I was before college.

However, as I am beginning to adapt and adjust to my environment with more ease, it has become apparent to me how unfitting a devout Catholic lifestyle would be for my life right now.

It's laughable to justify not practicing a religion because it's inconvenient, but it's the God's honest truth.

Maybe this yearning to be pious is not from a passion for spirituality, but more from a longing to feel deeply connected to a being that's existence can't even be proved; its existence is only felt.

I don't feel that existence.
I don't feel looked out for and I sure as hell don't think that a good person who believes in a different faith will suffer and burn in eternal flame.

I don't agree with most of the teachings and practices of the Catholic church.
It was founded with blood money.
To this day, the church is ruled over by a PERSON that is seen as almost divine- a PERSON that is supposedly the closest human to God himself.

Why is this person so much better than the rest of us?
Aren't we all supposed to feel close to God?
And isn't viewing a human as divine AGAINST the religion?

Tonight's theme:
- Daylight savings time
- & im-fucking-pressive hypocrisy


(See blog posted January 29th.)