Poenitentiam Inquire ut facias. Si enim non quærant, morte peribunt. - Seek after penance and do them. For if you fail to seek after it, you shall surely perish.

I came here a young, foolish, corrupt and (apparently) very evil kid seeking friends to fill the void in my life.

Then I lost those friends and came back less evil and pathetic.

Still kinda pathetic seeing as I'm back here again. neutral
And still have a few ways of evil to root out if I wanna get where I wanna be.

P.S. Mostly banned this place, if not entirely. Only showing up for item checking and whatnot. That's it.

Also, just to add to the video at the bottom here, or just to showcase my noob skill at poetry, here's this thing I done did.


In vengeful sky of crimson rain
Beneath the callous wind
On earth ill-tempered, bleeding veins
Where danger’s rise begins.
War in spades, unfathomable
Tore their flags asunder
On the coldest hearts enabled
Baring arms to plunder.
A fragile world of great demise
Where flowers never spring
The evil power, man’s delight
The darkest song we sing.
Shoot for broken lights of luster
Look beyond your gauges
Fall for dreams of fame in cluster
Lust for poisoned laces.
Corrupted hands, who carry seeds
In glee unbridled cast
To hardened pavement, noisy streets
Their seeds to lifeless ground.
Exposed to hapless incidents
Their fates are left unchanged
Without a shred of confidence
In time they wilt and fade.
The fault is ours before the eyes
This carelessness we crave
Is now the force by which we die
And burn in fiery graves.
Men delirious, sunk in leisure
Turn their newfound armor
Towards good who’s worth the measure
All for broken treasure.
The earth befell itself
As winter iron burns the soil
The force for good to death
Are cut, this battle-hardened toil.
Victory won, the earth becoming
Full on scars now bleeding
Godless men whose eyes deceiving
Fall to just receiving.

No matter how many times you fall, you must endeavor not to fall again. But be mindful of the number of times you have fallen, for the next misstep or brazen plunge taken may result in the loss of your legs, arms, or the entirety of your very body.


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Report | 12/24/2015 9:49 pm

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Report | 02/23/2015 2:13 pm


I went for a brief period, aka one semester, and I took mostly basic college course. It was a waste of time and effort. I went to my local community college.

And I totally don't get it. What is used over a long period of time?

Report | 02/23/2015 2:06 pm


If I have to, I might go for a business management degree, just so I know how to properly run a small business. Otherwise, I have no use for college. I want to open up a simple pet-care business, since I adore animals of all shapes and sizes. So I doubt I really need to do too much to actually open up a small store/business.

And what do you mean long term? I have a headache, so honestly I don't know what you mean.

Report | 02/23/2015 1:46 pm


Mn, true. I guess that's why Matt's going to school, since engineering isn't a hop into it career. He studies a lot, and is always working on stuff from school. At least he has a field to go into after he graduates, since he was offered a position at his relative's friend's company after he graduates from college.

And I have no idea what you said 'bout freedom of speech. But then again, I don't actually care. So I'll just negate the fact anything was said.

Report | 02/23/2015 1:18 pm


Yeah, honestly I've met people who absolutely amazing at their jobs, and made it for themselves without a degree. A lot of times, I feel that it's just to try and make people look good. Like, "Look, I went to a fancy school and wasted thousands of dollars to say I'm good at something!"

So I just don't find the absolute need for it. I don't need to work too long, just until Matt and I move in together and then get married.

PS: as stated before my language doesn't matter to me, since freedom of speech mang. I can cuss as much as I want, but I will bite my tongue around certain people.

Report | 02/23/2015 12:54 pm


I always despised the fact that people told me I needed a damned piece of paper to get a job. What makes it so much easier to get a job, once I have a degree? There could always be someone better out there, who has a degree ten times better than mine. So I find the necessity to have a degree meaningless, hence why I don't plan on going to college. It's a waste of my time and money, and I'd rather start my own small business (petsitting and housekeeping) than waste thousands of dollars on something that doesn't guarantee me a job.

And, to be blatantly rude here, I don't give a damn about my use of words, but I'll be polite and refrain from using cuss words around you.

Report | 02/23/2015 12:31 pm


Yeah, training people is a hard thing to do. When I started at my last job, it took about three days of training to get situated with everything going on in the store. So hiring people with more experience requires less time for training, which is better for the company, since they don't have to pay them for training. But, then again people can't get hired when they don't have training. So it's really an awkward place for people lately.

And, I don't think it's that bad of a word. But then again, I cuss more than a sailor.

Report | 02/23/2015 12:10 pm


I understand. Hell, now that I'm out of high school, it's hard finding a job.

Everyone requires some prior experience, or a degree. Which I have neither of, so I'm kinda screwed.

Report | 02/22/2015 9:01 pm


Oh, darn that's irritating.

Report | 02/22/2015 8:54 pm


Oh, that's strange.
Why not?