|NATE LIKES TO NOT STUDY FOR FINALS
||[Nov. 29th, 2005|10:39 pm]
Alright kiddies, the first quarter of college life is coming to an end. Tomorrow at 8 a.m. I have my last final exam. Then, it is home til January 2nd, pretty sweet huh? So I do not really know why but I feel like writing in this thing. I guess I should start by saying I miss all of you and think that we should hang out when I am back in town. Now onto the more thoughtful points that I would like to make. Sure, chances are this will be offensive but that is honestly just who I am. I have found things out here at K College that honestly I did not want to find out. |
First, let me start off by saying how honestly saddened I am by teenagers today. My generation has really dropped the ball, so to speak, and has left me to wonder what went wrong? Sure, every generation might have been like this, but I do not believe that to this extent it honestly was. All of the partying, drug using, and sex just makes me so utterly disgusted. If I could disown my generation, I would in a second. Honestly, the revelations I have had in the last few years have almost left me hopeless of this generation. So much potential has been wasted; so many people I know have wasted so much talent that they have been given.
Secondly, I feel as if we have let down future generations. When we are our parents' age and older, who is going to lead the country? I know, for a fact, that I sure do not want most of you to lead my country. Sure, boys will be boys, and girls will be girls, but where must we draw the line? Honestly, some of the things that I see happening or hear about happening are despicable. Who says that the bad habits we learn today will not just continue in the future? I think that one of the major myths is that once you are married, all of the bad habits from your "childhood" and "college years" will just vanish. That is simply not true. It is a slippery slope, folks. Once it starts, it does not stop; in fact it can only get worse.
Sure, you could just call me a crazy. But honestly, when do we need to start thinking about these quandaries? I beg you to start thinking about your actions and how they might affect future generations. Thank you for your time.
With Warm Regards,