all else. oh yea, Jay if you happen to read this I'd like to somehow get fight club back.. that is if you still have it.
thought of the day
AN OUTLAW and an INLAW are not opposites and don't have a whole lot to do with eachother
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Hi my name's is Jon. I do realize that once I save this I can no longer go back and fix this. So I'll just start out by doing something I'll regret on purpose so when I do it by or even on accident I won't feel shitty about it being the first time.
Speaking of first times, what's the deal with that mistake I just made again.
I ain't never gonna stop not doing the opposite of nothing.
I just feel sorry for you now.
a: you actually waisted the time to figure out what that meant, and are not a better person for it.
b: you really don't care, and are waisting your time reading messages to people that do.
c: you got it the first time and are too smart to be reading these pointless ramblings in the first place.
d: you're just an idiot that can do nothing but wonder what I will do after I get to z
e: now that I've said that you're wondering what I will do after I get to z.
6: now that just doesn't matter anymore
7: and finally there are no grey elephants in Denmark!
it's mostly too late for me to be writing and partly cloudy.
so this all raises a few questions..
wait.. how to you raise a question?
that's a few questions and good enough for me.
in conclusion there are 4 vowels.
but in the end there are only 2.
unless you count the I in in in the last sentence.
I used a word 3 tiems in a row! I'm damkn proud goodnight everybody
PS I just realized you can edit this so that first crap was pointless. I'll attempt to be more pointful in the future. also I'm signing my own freakin journal like it's a letter to someone.. Jon stop talking to yourself... you know you could have just asked nicely. They're going to think you're crazy. who.. nevermind.. okay fine. fine.. fine..
fine.. shut up.
"We shall reach greater and greater platitudes of achievement." -- Richard J. Daley