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Stupid Name, Stupid Rain
October 16th, 2002 - 5:58 p.m.I'm Currently Avoiding:
I'm going to write a diary entry because I have nothing better to do. Actually, that's a complete and total lie right there. There are several things that I have better to do. I could be writing the paper that's due tomorrow or checking my e-mail or if I was feeling creative I could work on my story writing or I could write that one e-mail that I sort of promised one of my professors that I'd send. However, I am doing none of those things. Instead I'm going to be writing this entry and slacking off...or something.
It's raining again today. It's kind of depressing. Anyway, the fact that it's raining has sparked off this entry so call it a happy circumstance. Enh, not really, but sort of. It depends on whether or not it's a happy thing that I'm writing a diary entry or not. Most people are probably rather indifferent. And that's not a bad thing.
So. What did I notice in the rain? The supreme stupidity of golf umbrellas. You know, those umbrellas that are sort of nice because they're really frigging huge and sort of annoying because they get in the way of other people who are trying to walk along in the rain too? Yeah, those umbrellas. Anyway, I was thinking about the name. Golf umbrellas. What a stupid name for a type of umbrella. Why call it a golf umbrella? Do people actually *use* them when they're playing golf? I didn't think people were stupid enough to hold a metal umbrella in the rain on a golf course where the umbrella and clubs that you're carrying around are the only metal objects in a rather large distance in an open area. And how would you hold your golf umbrella while trying to swing a golf club anyway? Stupid name, stupid umbrella, stupid rain.
Oh, and I forgot about this almost. There seems to be a preponderance of oddly-colored vehicles wandering around campus lately. Yesterday there was this bus. But it wasn't an ordinary bus, oh no. This was the Bus Of Many Colors. It had an entire rainbow of color on it, doves, a half of the world from a space prospective, and the words "Break the Cycle of Violence" on the side. I have no idea why it was there or what the people who were over by the bus were trying to convey, but I wish that I'd had a camera to take a picture of it. And then today, there was this black van that was litteraly COVERED with little slogans and things advertising Family Radio, which is this Christian moral radio station thing I guess. Not something I have any intention of listening to anytime soon. Anyway, if the odd vehicle trend continues I'll let you know.
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