Y'know what. LJ and other blogs really should come with a BAN USER FROM READING THIS JOURNAL option. I <em>could</em> try to IP ban myself, but that would inconvenience me.
I wonder what it would be like without sibling(s). For me. I find it extremely annoying when I want to go somewhere with my friends and out of nowhere I end up having to bring my sister with me. Quite honestly, I hate it. It brings up tons of inconveniences for me. I think this is the second time I've wanted to go somewhere different after and now I can't because of the extra person. I <em>wanted</em> to go out to eat after we saw the Bourne Supremacy, but I couldn't. Now, I <em>want</em> to go to Joe's house after going to Montana's but I can't. It's too hard and too much work. I could <em>easily</em> get myself a ride. Two people? Near impossible. I'd might as well get my dad to come, but that would be bad and inconvenient. Might as well go home after. It's getting to the point where I wonder if I even <em>want</em> to go out anymore with church friends.
Let's test out this new LJ client (LogJam)
I was directed to this month's zeitgeist from spreadfirefox, and I decided to see bascially what is popular in Canada right now.
EDIT: By the way, Zeitgeist is Google's list of trends and the top queries from their lovely search engine.
2. britney spears
3. halloween costumes
6. angelina jolie
7. halo 2
Halloween, I get. But what is wrong with this country?
Inuyasha? I see that we're really behind in the anime scene.
Eminem? Britney Spears? Shouldn't they be dead (literally or metaphorically)?
Halo 2? No Half-Life 2, Metroid Prime 2, GTA: SA, Metal Gear Solid 3? Apparently, we suck at gaming as well as music and anime.
Isn't Futurama dead? Add TV to the 'what were they looking for?' pile.
Conclusions: Canada's choice of entertainment sucks.