I fucking dragged your sisters laptop to her house. I tried to find a 3 year old email that was deleted. I fucking installed antivirus on your sisters computer, brought my grandmother some flowers, and fucking printed the fucking document you fucking demanded i fucking print, and didn’t even fucking say thank you. what the fuck kind of mother are you. cause for fuck’s sake
I DID WHAT YOU WANTED ME TO, AND THEN SOME.
AND YOU FUCKING DIDN’T SAY THANKS.
YOU DIDNT EVEN FUCKING SAY PLEASE AND I DID IT ALL.
THEN YOU HAVE THE FUCKING NERVE TO CALL ME OUT ON HOW I HAVE PROBLEMS CONCENTRATING, AND PROBLEMS WITH SCHOOL, WHEN YOU DON’T EVEN FUCKING REALIZE YOU DON’T FUCKING SAY PLEASE AND THANK YOU WHEN PEOPLE DO SHIT FOR YOU. YOU FUCKING UNAPPRECIATIVE BITCH.
AND YOU SERIOUSLY WONDER WHY I’M ALWAYS PISSED AT YOU.
Having just finished the book, I find it appropriate to talk about it. Just Quickly here are a few of the Characters:
Crisostomo Ibarra - a wealthy man, born in the Philippines of Spanish descent. Intended to do good for the country, but only through listening to the wealthy and his friends. Maria Clara - The above’s would have been wife. The events of the book explain the cancellation of the marriage Father Damaso - priest in the town, godfather of Maria Clara Father Salvi - priest in the town
For those who don’t know, this was written by Jose Rizal, one of the heroes of the Philippine Revolution (Which led to the Spanish-American War, and the oppression by the Americans, etc.) And being someone who knows so little about the country whose blood flows through him I wanted to read it (and inevitably the sequel which I’m beginning.) This book was used against Dr. Rizal in his trial for leading supposedly leading the revolution, and spurring the people to it. I wanted to see why the Spanish had reacted so badly towards it, and I found why mid-way through the book.
In the story, Dr. Rizal shows how the Spanish in the Philippines had abused their power, wealth, and connections (much like the Philippine government was, and still is in some parts.). He shows the clergy’s abuse of power and status. Particualrly when Crisostomo Ibarra is seized and sentenced to exile for supposedly leading a revolution in the town of San Diego (Philippines). This occurred simply because (a?) parish priest, Father Damaso, despised Ibarra, feeling that he would make Maria Clara unhappy. That was a show of the abuse of power by the Church in the Philippines.
But even though the Church had abused it’s power in this tale, the wealthy Spaniards did as well. Ibarra had been excommunicated at one point in the story (for a silly reason by Damaso). He used his connections with the Governor General to have it lifted. Although intending to do good, in the end it didn’t work out for him, because he was sentenced to exile.
Since I don’t want to reveal too much of a good story, I’ll say that it was a very good read. If you’re interested in it, find it, read it, talk about it. Cause though students in the PI now hate studying this work, some people abroad that know little might find it interesting to read.
So yeah. I lost where I was going half-way through writing.
On the bus going home, there were these 3 skanks. You know how I know they were? They sat near me and my friends, smelled like a combination of fish/smoke/liquor, and were just being flat out ignorant.
That’s not my problem though. My prblem is that the three of them were wasting food.
While people fucking starve, these 3 ignorant bitches are wasting food.
I wanted to knock them the fuck out for that. They fucking deserve it.