Monday, March 17, 2003
Lo! The President speaks!
(and usage says that I have to capitalize 'president', since it's an official title)
And he says (of terrorists): "They will face fearful consequences."
Fearful? Now, I don't think that they are going to be consequences which are full of fear. Rather, they should inspire fear. Fearsome, I am thinking. But not fearful.
Sigh. It is so comforting to know that our leader is speaking so properly, on this 'eve of war'. I find myself hoping that all of this posturing will come to naught, but somehow I doubt that it will, at this point. Alas for the inevitability of war.
Alas also for the fact that we passed in our biology tests today. I know that the disaster potential of this is not quite on the same level as that of war, but it still unnerves me. This is decidedly not a test I want to get back. Damn plants. I wish they had never got their damnable hormones!
It was infinitely warm out today, which made school just that much more unbearable. It is bad enough that the bad weather can't get us a break from school, at least we sit inside while it is happening. We can take this fact as some small modicum of comfort. But to be in school on a warm, sunny day like today.... aarrgh. Much, much, much worse.
My new email, by the by, is firstname.lastname@example.org, so this is where you may reach me, if you have need of reaching.
That is all I can think of for the moment, so I leave you with
the aye aye of war
does not my crazed appearance portend the coming of war??? aye, it doth.
He portends many things.