And So it Came to This

Well, welcome to yet another blog to plague the cyberspace. Right here, you’re probably going to end up reading everything from philosophical musings to bits and pieces on surviving high school and the very dreary reality that surrounds us all. Of course, the philosophical musings are going to be a hell of a lot more fun, but when I set the title as “The Ridiculous Musings”, I wasn’t joking and I most-certainly did not specify that there was an actual criteria for what counted as a musing or what have you.

Yes, that also means that I’m openly admitting to being a geek. I don’t care – I’m beyond the point of taking it as derogatory and now instead take it as a compliment. That said, allowing myself to be labelled like this has allowed me to sink to a very low position in the high school food chain. And, you know what? I don’t care about that, either. Losers are some of the best, most loyal friends you can have, strangely enough.

You can also expect some fiction to end up on here, as well – however, once it’s posted, I’ll archive it in pages so it’s easy to come back to and doesn’t get buried in what I hope is soon to be an active blog with posts coming every few days.

There’s just one thing I’d like to specify, however; this will probably not be a diary blog in the sense of, “Oh, I did this, and then I did that, and, you know”. But it will feature excerpts of things that I have done or have come across as I find them that may be of particular interest (or in some cases, amusement) of anyone who happens to be reading.

So, anyway, I believe this finishes the very first post. Arrivederci to you all! I’m off to study for my end of year exams and to continue writing my NaNoWriMo novel. (I’m 6,810 words in! Just, you know, 43,190 words to go.)


1 Comment

  1. GreyIxia said,

    November 20, 2009 at 6:14 am

    Being a geek IS a compliment. I take pleasure in it as well. I only hate the geek stereotype: once-broken taped glasses, pimple-infested, either extremely tall or extremely short, mostly male, and unattractive. Geeks can be attractive! I am attractive! (Hehe, that was for the sake of humor. I am not vain.)
    And they are the best, most loyal friends you can make because they are at the bottom and not the top, meaning that those at the top must maintain being at the top, meaning that they will push you down to remain up. (Unless the geek is some top-guy wannabe, then they might betray you to join the tops at any opportunity.)

    But fortunately, in my school it is kind of different. My school has all grades, but the elementary and middle schools are separated from the high school (same campus, different areas). Basically, there are two groups and those two groups are the same in high school. We are unfamiliar with the other high schoolers so, for now, we will stay in our respective groups. I think I am getting quite used to the seniors. They are actually pretty fun and cool. But they are leaving next year… :/

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