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Why even bother with it? -- 05.22.05
My hair is way too long right now, as witnessed in the following picture.

I was leaning towards cutting it, but at the same time I kinda like it long. Yet, with the heat into the 90's I'm thinking that the long hair has to go. Also, the longer my hair, the more uncomfortable, and unmanageable, it becomes. I think I'll get that haircut tomorrow. Check that, I will get a haircut.

Earlier this week I got the paperwork for my school's graduation ceremony. I'm not going. What's the use, I already have the diploma. My Grandmother was looking forward to going, but since she's gone now I don't want to even go. I didn't want to go in the first place. However, I was going to going to go for her sake. Like I said, she's gone, so there's no need for me to go now.

And no, I won't regret this in the future. Going to some silly graduation is not my scene. I've never been one to do the whole party scene. Parties? No, not me. Don't even invite me, because I hate them. The last three parties I went to I wanted to flee. I'm not into crowds of people. They make me uneasy.

Hence me staying far, far away from crowds. It's basically the phobia that a crowd can turn into a mob. And I HATE mobs.

It's past 10 p.m. right now, and I'm super thirsty. So thirsty, but I don't want to drink my iced tea, I want a soda. I'm trying to drink less soda, but the last couple of days I've downed more than one can of Coke. I might have to bite the bullet, and get that Coke out of the fridge.

I went to see Star Wars, Episode 3, on Friday with a friend. I hoped not to be disappointed by the movie. Sadly I was. The movie had the same problem the first two movies had, bad pacing. There is a lot of exposition going on in the first two acts, and then everything happens in the last act. During the last two movies I thought the same thing, the last act should have been the first act, and moved on from there. Sadly, where to start the story is a problem for Lucas. He wants to fill the screen with visuals that do awe. Yet, when it comes to the story, it falls apart.

I'm so glad this is the last of the Star Wars stuff. Lucas turned what was a really great story into something used for marketing sodas, pizzas, chips, and everything else under the sun. I should have known this movie was going to suck when I saw the commercial for M&Ms, with Darth Vader. Thanks for nothing George Lucas. Why did you even bother making these movies?

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