I washed up my bathroom, scrubbed the tub and the floors, swept and wiped my bedroom floors, ate a bowl of leftover mac and cheese and a yam, and then fell asleep by six.
The joke writes itself.
On the bright side I had great dreams.
North Korea’s recent alleviations on some strict laws based on Western influences may seem a bit facetious to those of us in liberal countries—‘women can now wear pants and people can eat pizza and hamburgers and carry cellphones’ I’ve had that freedom since I could remember—but to some extent it’s a downright frightening social repression from a government that is trying to so-called ‘rebrand’ itself. It reminds myself to be grateful for my liberty in Canada, and everyday I’m thankful for my mother’s immigration to Canada, so that I could prosper and lead a better life.
I’ve only been in China for a month, but already the censorship and corruption of this government is too frustrating. I know there a far worse countries at war and in poverty, and I can only imagine how terrifying it must be to live in those conditions, no matter what country you reside, but I think every individual carries a burden, every nation, every culture, and then humanity struggles together. You should never feel any less important or any more trivial because of this. We all struggle.
I just can’t wait to get back to Canada. Home sweet home.
A hot shower at 2 AM
I AM READY TO SEDUCE EVERYONE ON THAT AIRPLANE
I’ve never played BioShock
but any story that threads fantasy and horror, and has stylistic imagery, is something I would watch. I think a lot of recent video games have great potential as films, but what they lack are ambitious directors and the proper transition into a succinct screenplay. I know very few about video games, but when I hear the premise of a lot of these games they’re actually quite interesting and inspired.
I love long weekends
because it gives me more to time to finish homework and clean up the house.