Now Playing: Dream Theater - Pull Me Under
Have Opened Yet Again.
And with that said, I'll go against every teaching that I have in my mind of sentence structure by beginning this sentence with a conjunction. But, now, it's time to move forth to a topic.
Actually, I have multiple topics. The first of which is a tiny brainstorm.
**tiny thunder booming** tiny brainstorm **tiny thunder booming**
1. Terrorists = social hackers and virus writers
2. wow, that storm ended quickly
Sadly, that brainstorm was a waste of time. I came up with one good idea that, even with a lot of time, would turn into a very redundant explanation of a perfect comparison. And the other idea was just a glaring realization.
So, basically, I'll have to use real life topics from my own life.
real life topics
1. getting my license revoked for a month
2. appealing that court decision
3. rewriting that appeal and still not having redone the first sentence
4. trying to turn in the appeal before the end of this month
5. waiting for my amp to get back
6. powering the new subwoofers (omg wtf they r0x0r) with that amp once it returns
7. working at being better at UPS every day
8. finishing this overly drawn out list of topics that is in part, but not whole, in chronological order
Well, I'll just throw out all the ones having to do with the license revokage by saying this: I NEED TO FINISH THE APPEAL...and make it seem like less of a demand...
As for the good stuff, I'll just leave them at that considering that this entry has already --
*Please insert 50 cents to continue your call*