January 16th, 2005

First day of school

Live journal is back! Yay! :)

First of all, I'm happy that live journal is back. :)

Here's something to ponder: (and my rant for this evening)

Why do you read live journals of people that you haven't spoken to in ages?

Now, I understand that live journals are addicting because I myself am addicted. And, in some cases it's my main form of communication with people. It's easier to type out one thing for everyone to read than to tell the same story over and over again. (even though you all know that I love telling the same story 17 millions times)

Anyway, but I check live journals of people that I haven't spoken to in a while. Why is that? Do we feel the need to always know what's going on in others lives? It's interesting ... maybe it's just that we're always comparing ourselves to others and we have the constant need to know what everyone else is doing.

Also in regard to live journal: why do people write very personal things and leave it for the public to see? That always confused me... I mean, my live journal is mostly comprised to surveys, conversations with my residents/friends and random vents, but some people write their most intimate thoughts... no offense, I really don't want to know that kind of stuff.

Okay, I'm done for now. I hope you all enjoyed my random vent. Have a lovely evening. :)
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First day of school

this is a great song...

Tick Tick Boom Lyrics

LOUDER THAN WORDS

Jonathan:
Why do we play with fire?
Why do we run our finger through the flame?
Why do we leave our hand on the stove-
Although we know we're in for some pain?

Oh, why do we refuse to hang a light
When the streets are dangerous?
Why does it take an accident
Before the truth gets through to us?

Cages or wings?
Which do you prefer?
Ask the birds.

Fear or love, baby?
Don't say the answer
Actions speak louder than words.

Michael:
Why should we try to be our best
When we can just get by and still gain?
Why do we nod our heads

Michael and Jonathan:
Although we know

Michael:
The boss is wrong as rain?

Jonathan:
Why should we blaze a trail
When the well worn path seems safe and
Jonathan and Susan:
So inviting?

Susan:
How-as we travel, can we

Susan and Jonathan:
See the dismay-
And keep from fighting?

Jonathan:
Cages or wings?
Which do you prefer?
Ask the birds

Michael and Susan:
Cages or wings?

Ah...

All:
Fear or love, baby?
Don't say the answer

Jonathan
Actions speak louder than words

Michael and Susan:
Louder than, louder than

Jonathan:
What does it take
To wake up a generation?

All:
How can you make someone
Take off and fly?

Jonathan
If we don't wake up
And shake up the nation
We'll eat the dust of the world
Wondering why

Michael and Susan:
Why

Susan
Why do we stay with lovers

Susan and Jonathan:
Who we know, down deep

Susan:
Just aren't right?

Jonathan:
Why would we rather

All:
Put ourselves through hell
Than sleep alone at night?

Jonathan:
Why do we follow leaders who never lead?

Michael:
Why does it take catastrophe to start a revolution?

Michael and Susan
If we're so free, tell me why?

Jonathan:
Someone tell me why
So many people bleed?

Jonathan:
Cages or wings?
Which do you prefer?
Ask the birds.

Michael and Susan:
Cages or wings?

Ah...

All:
Fear or love, baby?
Don't say the answer.

Jonathan:
Actions speak louder than

Michael and Susan:
Louder than, louder than
Louder than, louder than

All:
Cages or wings?
Which do you prefer?

Jonathan:
Ask the birds

Michael and Susan:
Ah...

All:
Fear or love baby?
Don't say the answer

Jonathan:
Actions speak louder than

Michael and Susan:
Louder than, louder than, ooh

Jonathan:
They speak louder
Actions speak louder than...

Michael and Susan:
Louder than, louder than, aah