“Not only do I think marijuana should be legalized, I think it should be mandatory.
What can I say, I’m a hard-liner.
Think about it, man. You get in traffic behind someone, just laying into the horn and cursing the fuck out of this retarded asshole. When suddenly someone’s like,
Shut up and smoke that!
It’s the law!
‘Oh sorry, I was taking life seriously there for a second.
Aw man, who’s hungry?’”
That’d be a nice world wouldn’t it? Everyone cool and high and mellow.
Pizza drivers just passing each other all the time on the street.
Let them get stuck in traffic man, then all of our pizzas would be free.”
I think I may have taken college for granted when I attended last year and before that. I just figured it was standard protocol of life and all that.
Ugh, only after taking a break to see how the real world works do I see how great higher knowledge is. I mean I still remember how much I hated tests and deadlines and having to keep track of everything all the time and shit; but if the alternative is slowly rotting away at a menial, tedious frustratingly simple job to earn just enough to get by while you gradually see yourself becoming accustomed, or rather get trapped within a mediocre and unsatisfied lifestyle; hit me with that curriculum, prof.
Just seeing how many stupid, lazy people rationalize not going to college due to how it’s more of a corporation than an institution of higher learning, while a valid argument, doesn’t negate the fact that it’s benefits still outweigh it’s shitty politics. Because unless you’re really talented or just a natural in your field, like Kanye or Steve Jobs; it’s pretty much an easy ticket out of your backwards-ass hometown, where even if you’re smart, you’re surrounded by idiots.
My mind is my way out of this shithole, don’t mind me while I take advantage of it.