Xero's other waste of space

September 11, 2004

egotistical expression

Filed under: General — Xero @ 12:42 am

Look a big extension of my ego! Oh wait a second.

Hey whats the purpose of this thing anyway? Is it just my way to assume I’m right in order to avoid things? Or is the world really so far lost from reality that suddenly I’m the one that seems wrong when in reality I’m not?

Why does it always have to come down to right and wrong? Why do people care what others do or say or think or feel? Is it because doing so mutually will insure optimal survival or is it because people are selfish and want you to survive their way, which is possibly less optimal?

Anyway I’m yet again confronted with the whole education issue and I swear I’m never going to hear the end of it from people, until of course I get a job, then they’d probably shut up. It seems that’s the major proving point. And of course getting a job is possibly going to be harder without the required high school papers.

At this point I’m ready to say fuck getting a GED or any type of education just out of spite of people. I’m going to try and get some computer certifications and maybe learn something I do want to while doing that, in the mean time I’ll do what the fuck I want to. Like always.

The last thing I need at this point is to be told what to do, everyone thinks they know the answers but I swear everyones full of shit, even the people that are supposed to know. Maybe the day I become completely arrogant and shut off to others will be the day I realize my true potential, it starts to seem that way with how much people get on my nerves.

And it’s always from friends or family I get this shit, the people that are supposed to care…yet blatantly misunderstand me. I don’t know anyone else in my situation who’s given me advice so I really can’t say anyone of these sources is more credible then the other.

This is boring.

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