I want to get out more and meet some quality people. Last summer was promising, but it was cut short by school. The people I did meet turned out to be weird/not really friendship material, or I lost track/interest. Last semester I barely had any free time for meeting weird, random people, but I'm thinking that this semester will be different. Problem is, I still don't know that there's alot of people I would want to hang around with on a normal basis. I'm beginning to understand that there's a reason why I'm not close with many people, and that it doesn't necessarily mean I'm a big weirdo. It just means I have rigid standards for what I believe is right in the world, and I want to see those reflected in the people I associate myself with. But, if I don't get around to solving that whole mess this semester, it was well worth the sacrifice. Quality over quantity.
I just took a trip to Los Angeles over the holidaze. It was pretty cool. The public transit system is harder to navigate than London and NY, but I still had a blast. I even found the Scrubs and Office sets (and risking my well-being in the process). The weather is alot better than here, where it feels like the inside of a grocery store freezer around the clock.
I got around to buying a new computer (after 4 years). I'm currently updating from an ACER Laptop, and I must say I'm enjoying it immensely, even though I need to get Chrome and/or Firefox on here ASAP and abandon Internet Exploder.
I'm about to go get caffeined up and do some homework. Until next time - don't watch reality tv. Watch the Soup MAKE FUN OF reality tv. Don't perpetrate "pants on the ground". It's not worth it.