I've been doing apple cider vinegar shots upon arising out of bed in the morning and right before bedtime. Diluted in some water, organic ac vinegar is supposed to cleanse the system, and it definitely has rid me of my acid reflux problem for good, but it is absolutely disgusting to down the stuff. YUCK! Going on two weeks of this, but I don't know how much longer I can stand it.
When I look back at my high school years, there are some bittersweet memories here and there. I had horrible acne, I was really gangly, and I was most definitely not a fashion icon. It is these grotesque memories I sure would like to erase. I do miss however learning in a classroom with a good teacher. I do miss having silly friends to shoot the breeze with and misbehave. I miss living a fairly carefree life with absolutely no financial responsibilities whatsoever. I was much too naive and ignorant back then however, and extremely sexually repressed and confused. Yeah, it sucks one cannot have all the great wisdom and knowledge of today applied to those days. Why couldn't I be the Charlie Bartlett of my era? Why couldn't I dispense incredible psychological advice to the student masses and be adored for it? I was popular in my own way mind you, but not enough to really stir/move my high school as if it were own kingdom!
Don't ask me why I have been taken all of a sudden by Ayn Rand. It's not like I even agree with the author's egotistical philosophy, but she was a truly fascinating person nonetheless. Originally from Russia, Rand became a naturalized American citizen and loved free market capitalism and the idea that humans were the supreme of all creatures, with absolutely no God to speak of. A firm atheist, anti-Communist, and completely against altruism, Rand was extreme in her views, and almost quite selfish if you ask me. Her most famous books, The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged still continue to sell well today, and are studied by high school and college students all across America. I found a really good interview with her on the old Donahue show here, if you have the time or care to watch.
There's much more to get into, like Obama trying to appoint all those tax evaders to high Cabinet positions, but I've said enough.