Yes. A decision was made.
First off, sorry for being a little stressed. I'll explain why in a minute. But I kinda got a little stressed when I said I couldn't watch the vids, and the most common answer was to find a way to watch them. I'm a very short fuse. I punched my friend in the stomach over him mispronouncing a word.
What? I have violent tendencies. Don't try and change me. You might get killed.
So, why I was so stressed. Regular reason would be because I had a decision to make. But you probably wouldn't understand. I have a inability to make personal decisions sometimes. Not just I find it difficult...
Once I thought for 45 minutes whether to have soup or bacon and eggs for dinner. In the end my mum just made me a toasted sandwich. I waited another three minutes to deiced if I should put sauce on it.
I'm better than I used to be, I'll give me that. When I was little I used to break down if I had to make a decision.
It's not always. Most of the time I can decide to do this, or do that. But when it's personal, and both choices are something I want, I have a really problem in choosing. I once walked around my house for three days carrying a pile of books because I didn't know which one I wanted to read first, and if I had to leave my room I took them with me in the hope the decision would just come to me. In three days I couldn't read three books (before I had the laptop, I just read every minute I wasn't eating, at school, talking or sleeping)
There's probably some medical name for inability to make decisions, or extreme difficulty to make decisions. Whatever.
All I know at the moment is that I'm getting extremely tired of typing decisions.
Now, for some news on the more political side. In other words, the darker side.
I've never been one for politics. I know which party I like and that's about it.
For those of you in Australia, you would have probably have heard about Julia Gillard's 50 minute vent in parliament. For those out of the wonderful land of Aus-
Julia Gilard is our Prime Minister. Following me so far? She's the first female Prime Minister in Australia, and between you me and the popsicle stick, she's been getting so much crap. Honestly, some people are so sexist. It's amazing how many of them work in politics.
So anyway, Tony Abbott (or is it Abott? I always forget) says something to the Prime Minister which was completely out of order in my opinion. I don't quite remember what he said, but I remember not liking it. So Julia Gilard stands up, and vents her anger.
Recently, a radio host said that Julia Gilard's late father died of shame because of his daughter. Naturally, this caused a commotion. Personally, I would have broken the man's arm. Julia just responded with a dignified silence, ignoring the radio host's phone calls and saying little on the subject.
I think Abott (or Abbott?) said the government was dying of shame, which clearly related to the earlier comment. Julia Gilard got angry, as any person would, and said that the government wasn't dying in shame, her father didn't die of shame, and she was tired of the sexist remarks she was getting from the opposition. It was impressive, in my opinion.
Yes, I support Labour (Julia Gilard's party). Maybe it's because I remember the last Liberal leader (Liberal being the opposition) and it didn't go well, maybe because I argee with Labour's plans and disagree with Liberal's, or maybe it's because if Liberal win the next election, my mother will most likely lose her job from government job cuts.
Whatever the reason, I think that Julia Gilard is a much better leader.
Now, to end of this post with no apparent fixed topic, I give you the miracle of Google Images