Rants About Everything.

Perhaps a psychopath's everyday opinion simmered a little with anger or cooled down with reason.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Animal testing and what not.

Okay! So. I think animal testing is completely wrong. Yes, I am aware of the benefits, however, there is a difference between the sacrifice of one (or few) for the benefit of all, and torture. Many would argue that the animals don't have souls, therefore it is better to test on them then homo sapiens.

I believe that with a soul comes the capacity to feel. There are a large number of animals capable of showing that they are happy, for example, dogs. There is an even greater number of animals that show fear. Fear is an emotion, I, personally, do not believe to just come with the instinct to survive.

So let us pretend we all agree that they have souls, i.e. non-human beings. So now they would tell me they are less intelligent beings unable to communicate or comprehend the world around them. They can't build rockets that will take us to the moon. Okay. So are you telling me that we should also start conducting tests on those mentally handicap and unable to speak? We won't even go there really, because I am sure somewhere that is happening anyway, and it is just as wrong.

Now let's just go with another personal belief of mine. I am agnostic. I don't know if I believe in God, or divine beings, or anything such as. I haven't figured that out yet, but for the sake of saying that I believe, I would also put into that belief that we, as humans, were not put here to abuse this planet and it's living beings for our own benefits. I would believe that we are meant to be caretakers, not a plague. Instead we infest, pillage, and plunder, as it were, this planet we call our "home". I think its tragic.

On to the violence towards these researchers/"researchers". I put it quoted as well as non-quoted because, yes, the tests the perform do benefit us, but it is also cruel and torturous to these living beings they "test" medicines, and such, on. I do not endorse the violence. I think it is a major step in the WRONG direction. To be honest, I would love to take these researchers and make them become the subjects to their own tests, but I would not actually act on that feeling, nor do I feel as though anyone else should. We can't bring about real change that anyone would fully stand behind if it was taken at forceful measures.

Thursday, May 28, 2009


I can't think of anything I would like to discuss right now.

1. The Gas Prices are becoming offensive, again.
2. The California Supreme Court fails at life.
3. Really, California (Government), you suck.

This Xkcd comic made me laugh today.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Hope for 2009.

First off, Happy Belated Obama Day (the sequel, as Ida likes to say)!

Now I would like to move on to something I came across on Deviantart.com.
Here is a link to the deviation. Read the artist's comments.

Here was my response:
The economy must shift with the faults. There will always be greed, and so capitalism will always lead to the downfall of an economy. It fell because of the lack of regulations. A true balance would not include a totally free market like so many would like to believe. The government should always be involved in the market, even if only somewhat. Otherwise it will just lead back to depression. People will always lie about money that does not exist just to get the sale, and that is what screwed our economy over.

As for being called a Euro-American.
I call a African American a black person. I can slightly agree with you on that issue about being called that, with political correctness and all. However you may want to remember that there are many other words, or slurs, for people of the skin color, and that not too long ago people would call them black with hate behind the word. I can understand the sensitivity to the word.

Though I agree with you on that, it has absolutely nothing to do with Obama being elected, and I believe that he will do much more good for this country than McCain would have.

Countries are diplomatic, there are few, if any, that want only to destroy us. You are ignorant in that issue. You have to realize that there are some people, extremists, who act out and who you are basing that generalization on.

I don't suffer from insanity, I enjoy every minute of it


Here be a screen shot of my response, I'm putting it up for no real reason, just thought I should.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009


Do not deserve as much money as they make, ever. In fact, no one in the world really deserves to be making more than, maybe $150,000/yr. Why? No one ever needs more than that, it is more than a sufficient amount to live a comfortable life. Anyone who wants more is extremely greedy. The only exception I can see is people who have more than three kids. Personally, I find anyone who has more than four or five kids a completely ignorant and selfish. Over population problem, anyone noticed? More and more sixteen and seventeen years olds are having kids, and then repeating that same mistake a year or so later.
It is sad that the economy has crumbled because of deceit and lies about money that didn't exist just to generate business. It is ridiculous that so many people have to pay for the mistakes and lies of people trying to get that sale that will give them more commission or whatever. The Free Market Economy really only seems to allow greed to be ahead of the pact screwing so many other people over.
The government should temporarily take over the major businesses that put us in this mess and fix up some things, not give them a blank check with the only catch is that it has to be paid back. The heads of these corporations should have never seen a cent of the money given to them by the government. They should receive a pay cut, a drastic one.
The Economy is a joke, the proper people aren't being punished, just everyone else who had nothing to do with it's fall. It's fucked up, and it's still happening. Hopefully Obama will shed some light on the situation and help patch it up, because right now, people are losing their jobs by the thousands everyday.
Good luck calling in Unemployment if you need to, it's difficult to even be put on a more than hour long hold.

Friday, August 8, 2008


Ever wonder where the money for suicide prevention numbers comes from? Support 1-800-SUICIDE.

Renee's new book, "Purpose For The Pain," will be available on August 23.

Join the Team of people who want to support those struggling with addiction to drugs and alcohol, and also stop suicides.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008


I just joined the TWLOHA(To Write Love On Her Arms) Street Team. It's a group of people who want to help. The world has problems, drug and alcohol addictions, and other personal problems, some which lead to suicidal thoughts. These are problems that TWLOHA tries to help people out with, to encourage them not to give up and to hopefully feel happy once again.

Check it out.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Boston Children's Hospital Sex Change Clinic

Before I start let me state that I am very much for transsexual rights .

Boston Children's Hospital is now offering sex change clinics for children as young as seven. That is something I believe to be a very big mistake. Yes children can feel as though they are in the wrong gender body from a young age, but the decision to change their sex should not be allowed until at least the age of sixteen. Transforming from one gender to another does make an immediate and very potent change on one's life. It is a decision that shouldn't be allowed at a time in life when the world is quick to judge you, especially peers. The harassment that could easily come with the decision, because peers are not open minded to such things, could be devastating to the way the child grows and develops. They could easily become depressed, suicidal, or even violent towards others. I would say the age of sixteen to be the youngest point you can decide that because at that point you can look at the good things that would come of it, but also the many negative reactions you will get from close minded society.

If I was a psychologist I would have much more to say on the matter. Children's minds have not even developed enough to understand what comes with a sex change.

Also in some ways being gay or trans gender is a fad, and what do kids to? They try to be cool. They could try so hard to be cool, convince their parents they really want to change sex, and realize later that they made a really big mistake, that they liked their original sex.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

In masses comfort is found, but is identity?

I think one of the major problems growing up is the problem of fitting in. Someone is always becomes an outcast based on their ethnicity, sexual orientation (which is discovered usually in one's teens), whether they are athletic or smart, and some other physical attributes such as weight and height. Some people never do fit in. In some ways I applaud them for that, they haven't given into the pressure of society, they have an identity. Some lose things about themselves purely to fit in with everyone else who is "normal", whatever that means. Some people join groups that have people like them, so they may identify as one of that group. I'm bisexual, but I prefer to call it open. However when I introduce myself I don't say "Hi I'm a bisexual". People could tell from my looks, though my style in more opinionated with Lesbians. I think one of the things people need to hold on to is not one part of themselves that makes them the most diverse, but also parts that make them appear human, which helps them to be more accepted along with being themselves. Example.

I like to write, I like to draw, I go to College, I'm not sure what I want to be yet, I love music, I'm bisexual. I also like to play Volleyball, shoot some hoops, and play video games, like Halo, once in a while.

People find comfort in masses of others who may share only one trait with them, and I admit, I as well do the same, but I don't think people keep their identity with them, I think for the time they are with that mass they identify themselves as that trait. Example: Gay, Star Wars Geek, Mother to be, Father to be, Activist, union worker, etc.

I realize that this entry doesn't seem to make a lot of sense. Let me explain. I have a friend who everyone knew was gay before he would ever admit it. He got in fights about it in middle school and was always made fun of in high school. Now that he has finally come out of the closet to everyone he identifies as gay. When he does something, a lot of the time he says something close to "I'm gay, what did you expect" and it drives me insane. I hope this gives everyone a better understanding of this post and why I wrote it.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

The Cape Wind Project.


Cape Wind is a project that has been being debated over for quite a few years now here on the cape and islands. If the proposal is accepted, one hundred thirty wind turbines will be placed miles away from the shore line of Nantucket on Nantucket Sound. Many of the arguments going against this project include things such as: A Forty-three foot Steel forest, Transformer oil sitting out on the ocean only a few miles from Nantucket’s coast itself, and it will double to nearly triple the price we pay for energy. Cape Wind claims that it will actually cut the cost of energy to the cape’s population by half if not more. They are also promising that the price of the energy will remain fixed.

If it is true that the cost will rise, why should it matter? The wind turbines are very expensive to build, thus the cost of them will have to be paid off, but over time the costs will decrease, we will have cleaner air, and a more environmentally friendly renewable energy source. Most of the energy that will be used will pass through Nantucket first, and if the people living there who are wealthy can’t afford a price spike for a year or so until the cost decreases below what we pay now, why are they living there?

Addressing the Forty-Three foot forest: People who live on Nantucket are afraid of their view being ruined. These Turbines will be off shore, they will only take a small space in a person’s view from shore of the ocean. They would rather keep their view turbine free because they are rich and deserve everything. They would rather punish the rest of the cape who is for the Turbines and let the chance for clean energy for the cape be overlooked because of their greed.

Transformer oil is, alas, essential to transforming the energy and sending it to the cape and the islands. If we keep using fossil fuels, plenty of ships carrying oil will pass there having a much larger chance of seeping into and contaminating the ocean.

The Arguments against cape wind seem to be less educated and more of greed. Cape Wind is a project that would benefit rather than harm the people living on the Cape and the Islands.

Thursday, February 21, 2008


I've created something like this before, but it never was kept up on my behalf so we'll try again. I think a lot. Sometimes too much, I think that there is a lot of things wrong with this world, and unfortunately I've come to find myself an idealist. However I have a realistic side to me which promises the other that many of the things I wish fixed will never come in my life time. That being said, none the less I also know they will never come to pass if people today don't keep fighting for what they see as right, and so here I will rant about politics and other such life issues that effect the world.

If you happen to come across this blog of mine and happen to have an argument, please make sure it is an educated one or one purely of opinion, and I will try to do much the same.

(things I will focus on: Politics, Religion, Rights, Life, and other everyday conflicts)