I’m quitting life to become a burrito, bbl
GPOY after finishing Mass Effect 3.
Hey everyone, I’m back from Melbourne. The Global Atheist Convention was probably the most educational, intelligent, inspiring things I’ve ever been to in my life, and the speakers and audience alike radiated this, like, humanist compassion and rationality that I rarely experience. I’ll probably post up photos and videos, especially of the Christian and Muslim extremist protesters, and talk more about it a bit later.
Feeling a bit blue right now… holiday’s over, I miss George already, got an essay to write and a psychology test to study for,
my sex life is dead, plus I’m feeling pretty hopeless about friends. I don’t really think I have any real friends any more. Going to this event seemed to highlight how unlikely it is that I could talk to my ‘friends’ about the things I learnt there.
On a different note, George and I ate appallingly: Krispy Kremes, pancakes, mince pies, chocolate milk, churros… I’ve probably gained quite a few kgs. The bad food has also affected my mental state, I think.
Sorry, this is like a journal post or something, I guess I just needed to get this out there.
I hope you are well and happy, if you are reading this. :)
Terrifying Sculptures by Mark Jenkins
Imagine walking around the corner and seeing one of these. American artist Mark Jenkins is fond of installing sculptures in public that hurtle you screaming into the uncanny valley.