- Vince Lombardi
i truely believe in being a leader..... although i don't think being number one is important. i guess all it does is cause competetition for people to want to do better.. which as a whole makes people better.. at whatever subject you're speaking about. leadership is a great quality in a person. actually it's more important than people make it out to be. if you're a leader not only can you succeed and accomplish your goals, but you can help other people to do the same.
so heres something else i guess a little more insightful...from the journal of: jesisica_lauren
"So as I sit in advanced composition staring off into space I notice little things I would have never picked up on on any normal day..Among other things I notice that this is one of the only classes that I have seen any of my classmates interested in in all of the four years i'v been sitting in the bland cemment walls of North Augusta high School..The teacher is short and stubby..It doesnt really seem as though people should be described like that. More like im describing some sort of tree that hasn't been subjected to the proper amount of sun or its fair share of water..Anyways..She is short and stuby. A soft voice. The voice of patience. So calm that at times I just want her to go crazy on someone just to see if shes actually feeling anything. She has four fake diamond rings on each hand that catch the light that is streaming in from the only window in the small room. Her grey hair has been colored..If thats what you could call it..It has started to get thinner, and I think to myself that if it keeps going at this rate it will all be gone in about 2 years..After she finishes destroying our childhood views on fairytales she walks back to her desk and tells the class they may quietly talk amongst themselves, but i'd much rather semi ease drop on some of the conversations going on around me. In the back of the class there are two girls re-applying make-up. One of the girls speaks up..
"I'm thinking of going on a diet"
Simple enough right?
The kind of comment you would expect from a 17 year
old girl that wants nothing more than for heads to
turn as she walks down the hall.
But then the other girl speaks up.
"Dont be stupid. You know diets are out.
Crack and anorexia are in"
Joking? No. Most likely not.
I'll admit it. I have the kind of personality that pushed
me into a group when I was 6 years old.I was spoiled at a young
age. I got everything I wanted. I sit at the table
of seniors that the freshman girls flip out about when they
get invited to sit by a 17 year old guy that wants nothing more
than an easy lay. My friends wear Abercrombie & Fitch and do
crack for kicks. Yet this is the group everyones parents try
to push their kids into.. The girls everyone wants to be like.
I can't help but laugh to myself when I think about it.
What will become of my friends next year when their put
into a college environment.
When do people grow up?? I mean i'm not the most mature person
on the face of the planet, but I know when things are stupid
Come on girls..I love you..But have a little class about
hmm i feel exactly like that, although i've never actaully heard anyone say that.. i can definitely hear someone saying it.
Three things that scare me: ?
3: losing touch with everyone
Three people who make me laugh:
Three Things I love:
Three Things I hate:
1: The Osbournes
Three things I don't understand:
2: advanced biology
3: why everyone cares so much
Three things on my desk:
1: glass of water
Three things I'm doing right now:
1: typing this shit out
Three things I can do:
Three ways to describe my personality:
Three things I can't do:
2: write good
3: pick a definite side on most subjects