Monday, September 19, 2005

lookin for a fight

do you ever get that desire to just smash something or beat the living (or dead) crap out of something? or maybe to just scream your head off at someone. or let them know what you really think of them. maybe you are just waiting for someone to do something to you so you have a reason to slug them. hard. guys probably understand this a lot more than girls do. it is such an easier way of dealing with the problem. mind you, i didn't say solving the problem. but really, we don't care. eventually everybody gets pushed to their limit. or way over it, in the case of some people. and the hardest part is knowing that if you were somewhere else, you wouldn't have these problems. or you could actually do something to help yourself. that is why kids play violent games or start getting in street fights. they hold it all in for so long and then they decide to get rid of the anger. and what happens? they are told that they are such bad kids. they get in trouble by their school, church, parents, whatever. it doesn't matter how much the hold it in. but some might say "that is what is expected. they need to have respect". yeah, shut up. don't talk unless you actually have something worth-while to say. many times people expect to be able to do whatever they want those under them, but if those under them do it back, they have just committed the evilest deed and become the vilest of sinners. and the whole respect thing? i goes both ways. yeah, teacher to student and student to teacher. both owe each other respect. yet that's not what is taught. if we....aaarrrggggggggggggg. i better just shut up know. before names start being dropped. and i haven't even started about authority shoving their noses where they don't belong (ie. trenton and mike - that made me so mad).

disclaimer: there are those who will automatically asume that i am having problems with authority or something like that. no. i am not. this is just something that i have been seeing more and more as time goes by. maybe i and just realizing cold hard truths of life. or maybe someone actually has the guts to start calling people down for this crap. yeah. thats what i said. crap. aarrrrrrggggg!!!!!!!


Blogger Adrienne said...

joe, school isn't always going to be perfect, and as humans we don't always deal with things the best way we could.

there's always those times you feel your toungue is going to become two separate pieces and there are those times when you just want to yell at people because they don't get such a simple concept.

i know i'm not dealing with the same things you are, but we all get upset sometimes. you'll make it.

hang in there, ok? i'm praying for you.

Monday, September 19, 2005 10:28:00 PM  
Blogger turza said...

I'm prayin' for ya too. It's always hard to be under authority, esp. when they ARE wrong. But unfortunatley God made us to have a free will and too often that leads us to not want any authority. Unfortunatly again that's not GOd's plan for us. Mean while all we can do is keep up our end of the deal so that we'll be without fault.
Joe maybe you should become a teacher, and do it the way you see fit!

Tuesday, September 20, 2005 9:56:00 AM  
Blogger yoshi said...

or not.

Tuesday, September 20, 2005 11:32:00 AM  
Blogger frankcastle said...

sounds like the concept of reciprocal equivalency.

Saturday, September 24, 2005 9:16:00 PM  

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