I don’t know who Kim Kardashian is, other than a famous person. However, I am intrigued by the outcry over the waste of her ten million dollar wedding, which now, apparently, after a short period of time has led to a divorce). I wholeheartedly agree with the general sentiment—everyone should take note of Nicholas Kristof’s tweets: e.g. “Kim Kardashian cld have spent her wedding money instead building 200 schools in poor countries. That wld have lasted.”—but I find it very curious that people are only outraged because Kardashian’s marriage ended in divorce. I argue that, regardless of the outcome of the marriage, spending ten million dollars on a wedding is a terrible atrocity against humanity.
I'm Alec. I'm go to high school in Seattle, which is a great city. I apologize if some of the stuff on this blog is immature; I was a different person when I started posting here than I am now. I tried to clean up some of the more distasteful things.
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Things I feel particularly loving for at this moment: my yellow Arrow t-shirt (Clare and the Reasons!), Pushing Daisies, FIREFLY, Community, Netflix on my phone, anticipation to go back to school, sleep, questioning whether "anticipation to go back to school" is grammatically correct, the new Voice number I just got, those times when my mind is thinking clear enough that I can actually write things in this list and not keep flipping away and feeling like I need to sleep, Luna Lovegood-(8.26.10)
theta, spring, fun ferry rides with friends, music, feeling carefree, throwing it all to the wind, future less vivid, sun, some traits of myself, insignificance, Luxana, birds, blue things, green things, white things-(3.7.10)
So I decided I'm just going to add to this list and not delete older stuff-knowledge, good things, friendly people, REGINA SPEKTOR!, words, mathematics, NPR, Luna Lovegood, the design of Wired, colours, science, more-(12.2.09)
Participles, Luna Lovegood, Mika's new album "The Boy Who Knew Too Much," Alec (me), snow, energy, my friends (aww that's sweet en't it?), Seattle, my iPhone (her name's Mollie), film!, whipped cream, love, books, my brain, laughter, other stuff