The thought process

I haven't been able to post for the past few days as i've been wrapped up in a paper for a sociology class. Apparently my intuitive self can only focus on one random musing at a time because that's exactly what I get out of sociology. No right or wrong answer only good and bad ones. So I've been devoting much of my time to BSing how the matrix relates to society.  I'm pretty sure I could care less about the matrix and how it relates to Plato's allegory of the cave and our nature to just coast through life with little thought or measure as to how we live those lives, but alas, an endless circle of papers for yet another piece of paper that says you're just smart enough or dedicated enough to have taken 30some classes and managed to get a passable grade in them.  Here's my lunch...nom nom nom
-NY strip steak
-montreal's meat seasoning
-lea and parrin's Worcestershire sauce

See how i made it seem like there was more there than just a hunk of meat medium rare?  I generally like my steak plain or with a little salt and pepper before i cook it but this was damn good, i think i'll be using this seasoning on some other cuts to see if i really like it or not.


  1. Dude... We have the same plates. Also, that piece of paper that says your smart enough only actually applies if you are in a field that requires you to be smart. Anyone can just about skirt through art, psychology, anthropology, and business degrees.

  2. The good and bad duality is outdated...

    Nevertheless, good post!