"I’m 37 now, and I’ve always just tried to live as best I could. People are always worrying, but what does worrying really do for you? Nothing. I just try to enjoy life and do the best I can. As long as you do your own thing, be a good samaritan, enjoy yourself, and don’t hurt others, life is good and things usually work out."-Daniel, one of the cooks at the pub. He decided to randomly share some life philosophy with me as we walked back to the pub after a brief break from the kitchen.
… and it’s kinda strange. There’s definitely something very sexist, chauvinistic, and Freudian about it.
Yeah, this one. I feel like my brain is trying to personify that meme lately…
“Ground Theme” from Super Mario World
Sooo many memories!6,771 plays
‘I like the stink of the streets. It makes me feel good. I like the smell of it, it opens up my lungs.’
Once Upon a Time in America (Sergio Leone, 1984)
Such a good movie.
My sister was watching the Bad Girls Club today, and I sat down and watched it with her for the first time.
I was tempted to claw out my eyes and stab my eardrums after that.
Today in the United States, it is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. I’d like to take a moment to acknowledge this great man. For many, this is just another federal holiday and most go about their lives without really thinking about it. However, this man has my utmost respect. He helped fight the battle against the evils of racism and forever changed the history of this country. When one group of people is oppressed and discriminated against, it is not just their problem to deal with. It is a problem for all, because everyone has a responsibility to fight injustice and work toward the good of their fellow men and women. King was not afraid to stand up for what was right and put the needs of others before him. It’s a shame he was taken from this world so young. The world need more people like him. Cheers to you, Dr. King.