Ok, now that I'm semi-comfortable with being able to type (due to finger injury at work)
Yeah I agree on the first, and yeah I can agree on the second, but I think they're both just as unpredictable, the same way as people and animals are unpredictable.
Speaking of, I know I'm quite unpredictable, but I'm an Aquarius, so it's in my nature to leave people scratching their heads. -u-'
Though the part about schools losing funds and some schools being closed down by lack of funds, makes making changes a rather difficult task, if not completely unattainable.
If only people could do things more freely, but if someone gets a papercut then everyone throws lawsuits around and scares the helping hands away.
Same for me - if something bad happened to me, it's automatically my fault, despite the obvious evidence.
My school wasn't intentionally bad; most people mingled pretty swell, but it was the idiot few and the backstabbers that made it rough.
Aside from rich principal and his pampered son, and a minor few staff that I didn't care for, the rest of the students and teachers were pretty great.
I didn't consider myself constantly bullied in school though; I ticked off a group of people but they left me alone after awhile.
And who cares about lacking social skills, they're probably nits anyways if they're going to judge you, best to find someone better to associate with.
Got a coworker with Asperger's, he talks a lot about a lot, but he's a really nice guy, smart about what all he talks about, because I don't have half a clue about game systems and computers and all that.
If he's clearly smarter on a subject, then he's got me beat in that aspect, and I don't care, life goes on.
I'd be afraid of a coastal town though, can you see the beach, or are you close to one?
I've got a phobia of deep water, so, the thought of a coastal town = phobias intensified emotion_0A0
Cali's having wildfires galore lately and draught; my cousin who moved there, decided to move back to Indiana.
Phoenix was huge, I'd hate to deal with parking fees and trying to get kids to school on time in all that traffic.
Hilarious, eSports, I wouldn't even take a gander at that.
I'm 0% into sports, so I know absolutely nothing on any of them topics.
My town is also into art, but when we got a new mayor, she created a (thing, like a decree or a mini-law or something) where all art was to be removed for a certain amount of time until some kind of matters get settled - and some of the art is huge - but mostly, I dislike it because it's painted-over scrap metal.
I'd wonder what it would be like to participate in an adult art class, but with prices and buy-your-own stuff, plus having a job - and I'd rather not go it alone, so I'd rather stay at home and just Google references.
That'd be nice of the government to keep art alive in schools, but hopefully, they don't cut out something else important? Science, health, computer tech and the like.
Usually if something is given an advance, something else gets cut out. x-x
Thank you! emotion_kirakira
Yes, the sun faces, I know what those are!
That'd be awesome! emotion_kirakira
Interestingly, I made a decorative disc with a gunmetal-colored wolf's howling head, raised, above a light blue crackle-glass effect background, round for the moon.
Sadly, during the stay in the furnace, it cracked 3/4 of the way through and couldn't be saved... but the colors were so great. emo