Another day, Another blog...  

rm_1n1t0 35M
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3/31/2006 7:00 pm

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4/2/2006 7:50 am

Another day, Another blog...


I wonder how many people out there know what its like to be a cute, young, male 24 year old, who has been sexualy repressed, and now lives in a house with 2 roomates who bring a few diffrent females home, who have sex every night in rooms directly next to his... while for whatever reason I must be like majorly dysfunctional...

Because all I end up is strippers wanting money for a lapdance...

I can't dance and I dont know how women expect every nice guy out there to be able to dance...

Its like if I cant dance im not worth a 1 night stand...

But if I could dance and i was a lousy asshole, then I would be worth it...

But im realy a nice guy, and im not unnatractive...

I just cant dance! And I dont drink... but I dont like religious gatherings, and im not fond of "community minded traditional" type things...

And my geeky Dungeons and Dragons friends are not bi... or have swinger girlfirends they like to swap... Yes I have friends in their bloody 30's who play DND every weds

So I am like screwed lol.

Im like an outcast of the outcasts! But one that everyone calls a friend, and realy doesnt hate, they just pretend to, and end up hurting me because I get ignored when it comes to my sexuality!..

awww well I know i am being way to harsh on myself, I know women hit on me all the time, but I am way to shy and untrained to pick up on it and reciprocate!

I know women dont like nice poeple, they like dumb abusive retards...

I wish I could be dumb at least =P I will try harder nextime!

Bleh, just ranting, ignore me, too tired, been up too long, and I feel bad, because im to close to passing out to go out and work on not being such a loner! What can I say, just needa vent =)

Love you all anyway, even the cold hearted bitches who flat out ignore me when I walk up and say "hi" lol.

Good night, and peace... there they go at it again... If had someone to moan in extacy like that right now...

rm_1n1t0 35M

4/1/2006 4:53 pm

Well.. lets just face it, I will never meet anyone, i am just decieving myself...

time to end this.


RaytownRick 61M

4/22/2006 7:55 pm

Yep, it is depressing. Particularly when you are a good guy. The old saying, "good guys finish last" seems appropriate. However, it isn't true. Good guys win in the end. Good guys are the ones that make this nation great. They go to work, they build families, they build fortunes, and . . . well, they build. The others end up wondering what happened. How did they lose the game of life, when they thought (with very narrow vision) that they were ahead.
When I get down on myself, I love to watch time-travel type movies. Now, hang with me as I explain: In time travel, we can take today out of the mix, and go anywhere, and know anything, and somehow do the impossible. What it gives me is a chance to dream--and that's the root of creativity, which is the root of building, which is required for success. It doesn't matter whether you are building a business, a work of art, a building, or the great pyramids--you are leaving something behind. In the long run, it is the people that will come to your funeral who will miss you. It won't be the one-night-stand. She won't know, and wouldn't care. There is no legacy of you being there (unless of course, you ended up building a child--and then the equation, of course, changes!)
Now, I'll tell you of two "time travel" movies that would cheer me up, and leave you a great lesson: Kate and Leopold, and Blast from the Past. In Kate and Leopold, Leopold comes from the past with elegance and refinement. He is a nerd of sorts in his time, but he has money, and he hates that via that shallow impression, he can get a girl. But he also has class--more class than to seduce a woman outright. Of course, he does indeed get the girl. He knows how to dance though, and that's why I'm including that on this list. The other movie, "Blast from the Past" is about a man who lives outside of society for 30 something years. He succeeds because of his sheltered environment too. Instead of bemoaning your social status, make it a strength. He knows how to dance too, and one of the neatest parts of the movie is when he conquers an entire room of doubters, because he has a flair that shows on the dance floor.
I can't dance either. I can't play the violin. But I have a 50-year-old friend who decided last year that he'd learn to play the violin in order to encourage his children. It isn't hard--it is just learned. You are smart, go learn it! Take dance lessons. Really! Besides getting to meet girls there (who also don't know how to dance) and have something fun to do a couple of nights a week, you'll gain a skill that puts you far and above everyone other twenty-something kid.
I tell you what--if you can get back on this blog, or blog to me directly, and tell me that you signed up for a dance class--I WILL TOO! Deal? I'm fifty, I don't know how, but I do know how to learn. Gosh, idiots can dance, why can't a smart guy like me?


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