man one thing i've noticed in life is people who give u advice normally in general are stupid as f*ck
a lot of people tell you to do do plan b cuz your plan a might be too hard or too difficult
i've learned that everything is hard
seriously u might as well do what you want to do the most because EVERYTHING IS HARD
people have these odd notions where they think something else might be easier or more steady
"get a job at wal-mart now and then look for a real job later"
again.. in that statement there is an assumption that getting the job at wal-mart will be easier than getting a real job.. ITS A MYTH.. everyone thinks getting a menial job is easier than getting something that is better or higher profile.. THIS IS JUST NOT TRUE AT ALL.. i'd actually argue that menial jobs are the hardest to get because there are so many damn applicants and so much more red tape because of that fact alone
guess what? wal-mart and mcdonalds might not hire you, or maybe u will get a job there and your hours will be crazy and u won't be able to really look for anything else.. or maybe they will hire u and things will go well, but then after the holiday they cut your hours to where you can't support yourself
is "the hard thing" really that hard?
is being a paid artist really that hard?
is being a pro athlete really that hard?
is being a published author really that hard?
think about it.. compared to going to college for 4 years and taking out thousands of dollars in loans.. and still not being guaranteed that coveted plan b job.. IS PLAN A REALLY THAT HARD?
dare i say...........
one issue i have with women is how they a lot of times give very ridiculous advice
one thing i've noticed, is if you were to ask a woman how to get girlfriend, oftentimes they will say something like: "have confidence" or "be confident"
its like they don't understand confidence is a byproduct of preparation, effort, understanding, and possibly the successful execution of some type of plan
women don't ever tell you how to get to the root of the issue you're dealing with.. think about it.. there's more to it than "have confidence" because there are certain things some women don't want.. for example:
there is no point in having confidence if you are an ex-con who didn't graduate high school who is unemployed who doesn't have a car who lives with his parents..
see what i'm saying? what does confidence matter if you have nothing going for yourself? "have confidence" no longer matters in such a scenario.. because what are you going to do? tell a woman you can't afford to take her out WITH CONFIDENCE?
i'd actually argue that confidence doesn't really matter AT ALL considering women will not want you based on your lack of autonomy.. and they WILL want you based on your extreme level of autonomy.. all of this is without regard to this elusive thing called "confidence"
look, its not like u just wake up and have the confidence of a young CEO.. no.. you take the steps to become that young CEO and the confidence comes over time
saying something like "be confident" or "have confidence" is like telling someone who is broke to "have money"
what is confidence without some kind of substance to back it up?
confidence is literally like a woman's answer to everything..
son: "dad what should i do if he wants to beat me up again?"
dad: "he's bigger than you so we've established we're not playing fair, so fill your backpack up with rocks and...."
son thinking: * i'm ready *
son: "mom what should i do if he wants to be me up again?"
mom: "have confidence.. know that no one can take away your confidence, confidence is the key"
son thinking: * what the hell does that mean?.. get my ass kicked in style?! *
confidence is a byproduct, not something u just have.. confidence is something that is built..
and another thing.. even if you have "confidence".. IT DOESNT MEAN YOU HAVE IT IN EVERY ASPECT OF YOUR LIFE
we all have careers, a sex life, a family life, a social life, money issues, etc etc.. you could "have confidence" in one area and all the rest still be screwed up so what kind of advice is that?
dumbass people.. there is more to life than just "have confidence".. there are many different factors and issues that go into successfully navigating life
if all you think a person needs is to "have confidence" and do what u do with style, attitude, and conviction.. then you are probably a super shallow and deluded human being
90% of the time i tell a white person i rap for fun, they always say "me too"
then they say they're just kidding and they mock rap or mock themselves talking about how "white" they are and how they could never rap
i don't think this is funny at all and i don't get it
like why do i have to hear this over and over?
i literally grew up listening to rappers of all races.. and eminem was the highest selling artist from the 2000-2009 decade
so why am i still hearing this lame ass "i'm so white, i can't rap" joke from every white person?
like its not funny.. there's not one aspect of this joke that is funny at all.. its racist because its like saying just because a person was born black they can rap and are into rap.. and just because a person is white they can't rap and shouldn't be into rap.. as if people don't have an individual choice in what they might like or gravitate to
its such a racist one-size-fits all sort of mindstate
the next person who does this is going to get f*cking verbally RIPPED IN HALF.. i am just so tired of this stupid joke
"i'm so white yo yo yo.. i could never rap"
what the f*ck does that even mean?
ITS NOT A FUNNY JOKE, IT MAKES NO SENSE AT ALL
music is like painting to me.. anyone can paint and paint whatever picture they want to paint.. its not like u have to be a certain type of person to paint, and its not like u have to paint only what u've seen others paint... ITS YOUR CANVAS
the whole "i'm white" thing is literally the most played out joke of all time
give it a f*cking rest
still working on this.. this is what i got so far... its the school zone remix
all you skirt and dress wearing money worshiping diamond earring wearing coke selling gangsta music peddling faggot ass rappers, listen to this and thank me later
i peeped pharrell's interview on oprah.. wanted to give my thoughts
ok i think i would've cried when oprah played that clip too.. i think she had to've done that on purpose.. i mean seriously.. can u imagine if that was your song and it was having that kind of impact on people globally?
i mean forget the money, people are really feeling your song!!!
anyway.. as he went on he started to sound more and more like a faggot imo
^pharrell having fun wearing dresses^
the whole thing about women empowerment.. like i don't get it.. women already have every f*cking job these days
its men who are suffering
i have been on a lot of job interviews and literally like 90% of the time i go to an interview, i'm being interviewed by a woman.. women are all in charge of hiring, meaning it is hard for men to get into businesses because there is no common camaraderie.. it seems to me that women have all the benefit of the doubt in today's business world.. not men
50 yrs ago when men were the ones in power at jobs.. a lot of people wanted women's groups and coalitions and programs and things to arise.. well the problem today is.. the whole industry has shifted but women are still looked at as victims.. if a man stood up and said "there should be a men's employment coalition" or something.. he would be laughed off of the planet.. no one would take him seriously, they would say he has every advantage in the world but that is just not the truth in our society today
women are treated better their whole lives in this society
more women teachers, no wonder girls get better grades
look at ANY college, female enrollment is more than male at all of them because the curricula has become feminized and tailored to a woman's temperament and thought process
more women in hospitals, no wonder there is so much female gender specific health care and "pink" campaigning and crap
women get less prison time for crimes.. they are also suspected last.. if ur a white woman u might as well go around kicking peoples asses and being as wild as ever because u will never get anything but a slap on the f*cking wrist by law enforcement.. i know this because i have seen a billion crime shows on investigation discovery
women literally have a license to kill called abortion
women have shows that demonize men and give women a sense of superiority like investigation discovery's "karma's a b*tch" ... the show is all about women getting revenge on men who have somehow oppressed them (where the f*ck is the show about men getting revenge on women!? exactly.. there isn't one)
women can make more money than you and still expect you to take them to dinner and pay for everything, and since for some of them its an expectation- its like saying "i don't have to say thank you"
women clean up in divorce court (alimony)
women clean up with child support
women never have to register for war or think about getting drafted.. or even if they sign up voluntarily, they still don't have to fight on the front lines
DONT FORGET ABOUT THE SHOW "SNAPPED" its basically the same as "karma's a b*tch" except it ends in women killing men.. where's men's version of snapped? yeah.. magically doesn't exist
ever heard of a little thing called "women and children first" ? yeah, men have died upholding that sh*t
people come to women's defense.. men on the other hand are called wimps and "insert p-word here" when they can't defend themselves
the other day i saw an article about nintendo making a girl gamer's guild.. and people were saying it was sexist.. so let me get this straight..
if the video game industry doesn't cater to women = sexist against women
and if the video game industry does cater to women = sexist against women
women even live longer.. i'd say because their whole f*cking life experience is different from mens.. but at the end of the day, the man wins because while the woman goes into a nursing home and knits quilts for her neglectful family.. the guy is dead .. sleeping his f*cking ass off in nothingness not thinking about this f*cking horse shit society
but anyway.. pharrell just sounded like a serious idiot talking about how women get the short end of the stick these days, and how they could just stop going to work and stop going home.... like what was even the point of saying that?
oh women could stop going to work and stop being in relationships.. yeah men could do it too so what the f*ck was your point asshole?
pharrell has become like a sort of people-pleaser type of celebrity, he wants to have worthless corny anecdotes to say on tv to become well-liked by people but the sh*t he says makes no damn sense
i like some aspects of pharrell
but sometimes he's just on some bullsh*t
not trying to take away from his "girl" album so much.. i just hate how he sorta throws men under the bus by omission in a lot of his interviews these days
like address things with a sober view, stop trying to impress oprah with your "amazing love for all women" like give me a break
and another thing:
"I am the way and the truth and the life"
"happiness is the truth"
pharrell you are a false teacher you have people singing this ridiculous song and they don't even realize what they're saying, go sit down somewhere you clown
my new job is bonkers in a good way
so i spent my last money on gas and a haircut and started work this past monday (today is wednesday)
i got there with no money to eat.. i had like 2 dollars and some change.. i was like maybe they will have a vending machine with pop-tarts or some ish
i get to work and they're like "we're going to shogun"
i was thinking "F*CK, i have no money.. i'm going to get there and have to order water and say i'm not hungry"
i was just like screw it i'm going to try not to think about it
we literally all drove in two cars to shogun restaurant and come to find out i didn't have to pay, the company paid for it
this blew my mind.. shogun is really nice, its one of those asian grill places where they make the food right in front of you.. ish was fun as f*ck!
i have been really amazed at this job, seriously you have to see how professional everything is here, its nuts i feel like the fresh prince when he first showed up at uncle phil's house
so if that wasn't good enough.. i found out I DONT HAVE TO PAY FOR LUNCH ALL MOTHER F*CKING WEEK!
monday we all went to shoguns (i had chicken teriyaki dish)
tuesday we had two choices, sushi place or zoe's.. the sushi was delivered.. i was the only one who said zoe's but they still went and picked up my food for me.. can u believe that? they literally pulled up zoe's menu online then went and paid for it and brought it to me.. i got a greek salad and chicken pita pizza
today they decided on this place called jefferson's.. they pulled up the menu again and had it delivered.. i ordered a grilled chicken sandwich with fries
this place is f*cking PHENOMENAL!!!
wow man, i'm so thankful to have this job!! thanks to anyone who prayed for me to get a job cuz filling out all those apps was nuts
btw i work scheduling seniors to come visit or move into senior living communities
ok so one thing i've been thinking about is sin and how we all approach it
are we spending enough time on they "why" ??? as in "why do i do this sin and what can i change or address to help me stop"
or are we just focusing on the DONT DO IT part ?
lately i've been thinking we all should probably take a few minutes to write down the "why"
why i do "blank" sin and how can i change this
get to the root of why we do what we do things that are wrong, and then literally map out a reasonable plan to stop the sin in our lives
lets all try to do this please and thank yew (o:
^seriously all this keeps popping in my head lately
i thought about this^ today and it hit me kinda hard
i'm going to be turning 30 this halloween and.... i feel like 30 is officially where you can say u have some serious history, memories, tragedies, and triumphs
its the place where u still have time but if u haven't done anything with ur life yet- u are probably f*cked.. and if u have done a lot- u are probably set
but u can still shift things either way
but my brother and me was SO ME back in the 90s.. (btw i'm thankful for the 90s chic that is going on.. after this decade it'll likely be over so i'm enjoying it while it lasts)
my brother and me was like really me and my friends.. we really acted like that and had a lot of the same clothes and slang, and thoughts and attitudes
and i think back to then and i think to now and i think wow.. its been a real whirlwind
i miss certain people, certain things..
i hope people know i love them and care.. even people i kinda fell out with, i still care about them and would be there for them
anyway i guess i just had a blast from the past, brah