A brief history of time (in Daniel's inkblot existence)
2003-12-09 19:46:44 ET

I signed up for college classes today here in Long Beach and the total price was FUCKING OUTRAGOUS: 15 BUCKS!
Oh wait, you thought I meant 'fucking outragous' in an angry kind of way, right? You're way too presumptious. You need to work on that.

So I don't know who the fuck is payin' for these classes but here they are: Cultural Anthropology, Philosophy, and Intrapersonal speech. I'm taking the speech class so I can work on my smooth talk with the ladies. I'm on the list for a Psychology class. If that don't work, I got some other alternatives. I'M TOTALLY BLOATED WITH EXCITMENT!

Thanksgiving was bomb-as-fuck. I went to my hometown. However, I didn't see my parents. I couldn't. I had to stay with my friends. We was just too damn close to seperate. We had this huge party at Josh's house the night before Thanksgiving and it went off like blahhhh! And it just didn't stop. IT COULDN'T STOP! It had to last as long as as possible, 'cause that's how fucking fresh that shit was. I didn't realize how much I miss all these kids. I actually felt sad to leave. I miss my friends so much. I want them to live with me, ALL OF THEM!

I was totally rejuvinated after that visit. Like, it washed all this bullshit that I had in my mental-intestines away like a love-laxative, know what I'm sayin?

So yeah, good shit's been happening.

I went to work the other day on 45 MINUTES OF SLEEP. Can you believe that shit? And it was a fucking wonderful day! I sold, like, over $1100 worth of framing. It was like one of those days where you're so fucking delirious that you just say 'fuck it' and be the nicest, brightest, smiley person to everyone. Ever had one of those occasions? Two Rockstar drinks, a couple Cliff bars, a pack of cigerettes, and yet another energy drink later in the day is all you need kids!!! TRY IT TODAY...or TOMMOROW! TRUST ME, IT BEATS METH ANYDAY!!!

Now all I need is a purty little lady-friend. Actually, this one girl I've known for a long time admitted to me that she has had feelings for me for a long time. I was like "What? Hang on and let me flush out my wax-infested ears with some Clorox." No, it was just like not expected at all. And she just moved to Long Beach. I really don't understand. I mean, it's flattering, but more suprising and unsuspecting than anything else. So, I don't know. She kissed my eyelids and that was nice. I can always use a little kiss to the eyelids.


Oh, and P.S.
-I'm not drunk right now!

Oh wait no, and P.S.
-I got a fucking beard right now! Yay!

2003-11-19 20:03:51 ET

OKAY, THIS IS KINDA LONG, BUT READ IT! I think it's really good

"The motto "where there's a will, there's a way" is the superstition of modern man.

Yet in order to sustain his creed, contemporary man pays the price in a remarkable lack of introspection. He is blind to the fact that, with all his rationality and efficiency, he is possessed by "powers" that are beyond his control. His gods and demons have not disappeared at all; they have merely got new names. They keep him on the run with restlessness, vague apprehensions, psychological complications, an insatiable need for pills, alcohol, tobacco, food - and, above all, a large array of neuroses."

-Carl Jung

2003-11-17 22:08:28 ET

I had a wonderful time walking around Long Beach tonight. I went to get some toothpaste from Rite-Aid, and wound up going on an epic journey that lasted over two hours.

I couldn't help but feast my eyes on all the delicious little houses that people have here, as well as all the interesting duplexes and complexes. Everything is so economically spaced here, so close together, so cozy.

At the pinacle of my walk, I found myself atop a forbidden hill where only enourmous water tanks are supposed to be, and discovered a wonderful spot where one can see an entire panoramic view of the city of Long Beach. I'm definately going to invite a friend there one night. It is a sight not to be kept private.

It feels better to be moving.


I'm reading a lot of Carl Jung right now and it's blowin' the dome. His approach to the subconcious world is so revitalizing. I think about what he talks about when I'm out and about and it makes me feel 100% comfortable with my environment. I likes it.

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