I ate nonstop for one hour straight, got chased down a bridge by a black guy who thought I was trying to steal his bootsy mixtape, illegally lost 14 dollars at a slot machine, and got the once-over by way too many men over 40. Goodbye Sin City, I’ll see you again when I’m old enough to get in some real trouble.
is going to the bathrooms at Price Center in the morning and seeing people going through their morning routines. I see toothbrushes, makeup, hairspray, face soap, you name it. I caught a glimpse inside the men’s bathroom (for purely investigative purposes, of course…) and saw a guy shaving. HAH, I guess there are actually some benefits to living on campus. GO HOME YOU HOODRATS!!!
So I just walked down Library Walk and there was a crowd of people at the end, some were shouting, some were laughing. I stopped to look at what everyone was so upset over, and in the middle of the crowd were these two crazy Christians that I’ve grown to know so well. That’s standard, the two of them are always there, holding racist, sexist, intolerant signs professing the sins of others, shouting out and being all kinds of rude all the time. They are really disturbing actually, they hold giant crucifixes looking possessed and get up in the faces of anyone trying to spread awareness. Like during Islam week, they basically set up camp next to the exhibits and yelled at how Muslims were evil and were going to hell because of their practices. Yes, people usually try to stop them or heckle them for being such assholes, but it’s really no use at some point. No matter how many people try to talk some sense into them, they’re there the next day doing the exact same shit. If you saw them, you’d understand.
Today though, they were holding a big sign that read “WHAT IS GOD TRYING TO TELL US? REPENT AND FEAR, FORNICATORS AND SINNERS”
They were referring to the earthquakes and floods in Japan, quoting sections rom The Bible about Noah’s Ark. They had the audacity to actually say that those people DESERVED what happened last night because the people of Japan are all evil and we should beware of God’s wrath before it happens to us here.
While I’m glad that no one seemed to be taking this man seriously, I don’t understand why the crowd thought it was funny. I was too angry to stay and watch what would happen, but it seemed like a lot of people didn’t know what else to do with their uneasiness but stare and make jokes about him. A lot of people were taking pictures on their phones of these guys. I think this is one image that I don’t really want to give the satisfaction of circulating.
But instead I’m going to the gym. I hate my life.
in the last leg of writing the shittiest paper of my life. I had a dream that I woke up at home in my room and went to the kitchen to see what my family was doing. Then I actually woke up here alone on the study lounge couch. MUST. FINISH. THIS. QUARTER.
- Me: Are we going on Tuesday? That's the last day for the promo
- Yerrie: Yeah, then we can have the extra burrito for breakfast. That'll be exciting