I’m glad Obama won.
But what now? We just go back to what we were doing before the election. I know I get bored easily, but that makes it all a bit anti-climactic, don’t you think? Don’t get me wrong: Romney would make for an awful President, we all know that. I just want something fresh, you know? Like someone exactly the same as Obama but with a different name or something. Now there’s not much to look forward to. Next year’s January 20th will pass by just like any other. I guess I want to like politics, but it’s only ever really interesting for a few days every four years. That’s surely my fault, though.
Oh, and I promise I’m not racist. Well, not more so than everyone else is.
I’ve been on a real rap kick lately.
Maybe just because it brings me back to my childhood, but it’s surprisingly relaxing. Everyone go listen to Illmatic right now.
I think I’m going to start writing/drawing a comic strip.
That last post I mentioned?
That’s a thing people like, right?
Plus, one thing I’ve noticed about comic strips is that no matter how absurd, how out there, how unfunny one may be, there will be an audience for it on the Internet. I guess that goes for most things, though, huh? People sure are weird.
And people on the Internet are fucking bizarre. But as long as they enjoy crude and unfunny illustrations, I’ll love ‘em for it.
I’m starting to like tumblr.
It’ll be published on Monday. I’ll try to come up with other interesting things in the meantime.
Politics always brings out the worst in people.
I just wrote a long post about television. It’s likely that very few people will ever see it, but it felt good to write, which is strange for me. I’ll publish it whenever I come up with a half-decent title, so expect to see it in the next few days (hopefully)!
And by the worst in people, I mean their opinions.
Do you remember my name? Because I’ve forgotten yours.
I recently decided to take up Tumblr again, mostly because some friends are getting into it and I like feeling included. I won’t lie, though – sharing my personal space with strangers is what keeps me going, and what better way to go about that than Tumblr? Face-to-face, probably, but then you get an unfavorable reputation.
I’ve unfollowed a lot of people, deleted all previous posts, and cleaned up the place for visitors.