Sunday, March 29, 2009

Pobre mi!

I twisted my ankle a few hours ago while trying to leave the house. After sitting and whining about it for a few minutes, I got up and went to HEB, Dollar General, and Wal Mart; someone should give me a cheap medal. I've been home since and propped it up with ice, but it's started hurting even worse and we can't find the crutches. I just hope they didn't end up the way my Twilight posters did, or I really might have to raid a room.

Saturday, March 28, 2009


Just ten more days until I can see my favorite band, Papa Roach, in concert with Buckcherry and Avenged Sevenfold! To mentally prepare myself for this undeniable experience of musical greatness, I have download two of Avenged Sevenfold's albums, which are amazing. I'll admit, I didn't understand A7X fascination many of my friends had, but once I saw "Beast and the Harlot" I was converted. Papa Roach is still number one for me, but Avenged has found themselves a permanent place on my iPod.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

The day is here!!!

This is it!! It's March 24, the day that Papa Roach's new album, Metamorphosis, is released! I just got back from buying a copy and let me tell you, it's already amazing! I knew the boys wouldn't let their fans down. The music is banging, the lyrics are great, and my soul is revived! The live show can only be flippin' amazing at this point. This album is totally worth the buy, so go to Best Buy and get the explicit version or buy it on iTunes or something.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

She's a witch!

So yeah, in one of my English classes we're looking up facts about the Salem Witch Trials, something I lost interest in very quickly. So my friend/rival, Creed, and I found an interactive game where we saw if we could survive the trials. We played it, of course, and our games followed the same story line for the most part: go to a bar, the afflicted b**ches tripped out and accused us, sat in jail, then went to trial. The magistrate asked me so many retarded questions that were totally unconstitutional; if only the Constitution existed then. When they finally asked me to confess, Creed said he was a witch and I said no. Creed testified against an innocent old lady, went to jail for a year, then got released; I had 40 people, my son, and a farmer kid sign a petition saying that I was a frequent churchgoer and a good person, and I still got hanged! It was so stupid and the entire class watched as I accused the computer and Boston to be racist. So now Creed and I go through the halls and call each other a witch. Lovely, huh?
I'm also looking at these people's wikipedia pages, and I hate these afflicted girls even more. They were, what, 9-12? Plus they were experimenting with substances. I think they were on a trip and didn't want to admit it. Stupid kids and their games.