Alright. Magic Mountain was legitimate. Never been to a better amusement park in my life. On top of that, being surrounded by other seniors who are graduating just added to the effect. Oh yeah, and the fact that we partied it up from 11:30pm till 6am was awesome. Riding coasters in the dark is so much better than anything ever. EVAR. I had such a great time with my buddies. The bus ride up was ridiculous though. 7 hours of sleep, music, friends, Tetris, pokemon, Sean Connery, Noodles (lol). Then waiting in line. Waiting in line and then leaving because the ride had tech difficulties. Not stopping for water. Running all over the park to try and get every ride in once. X2. That mofo was uber crazy, the most unpredictable ride ever. All in all it was a worth while grad nite. The only thing that got me… To make a long story short, one of my friends got extremely upset because of something that she thought was her fault. We talked. And then it got better. I’m just happy that I could help her. So many things that she said reminded me of myself. I will always strive to learn from mistakes, no matter how many times it will take. On a side note…
These drops will forever scar my memory. hahaha
You go from being on your back to instantly feel like you’re falling straight down towards the ground. I feared for my life for .5 seconds
This mofo has an 85 mph drop. The G’s at the bottom got so intense that I couldn’t scream nor keep my hands or head up. Sick nasty yo.
I found this humorous little post at the blog called ratboy’s anvil 2. I don’t think it needs any explanation.
1. The sport of choice for the urban poor is BASKETBALL.2. The sport of choice for maintenance level employees is BOWLING.3. The sport of choice for front-line workers is FOOTBALL.4. The sport of choice for supervisors is BASEBALL.5. The sport of choice for middle management is TENNIS.And….6. The sport of choice for corporate executives and officers is GOLF.THE AMAZING CONCLUSION:The higher you go in the corporate structure, the smaller your balls become.There must be a ton of people in Washington playing marbles!
The years at VCS have had its ups and downs. Fluxuation had occured in everything; grades, friends, family, emotion. No matter how tough it got… I think about how the experieneces have defined the person that I have become today. I won’t forget the people I’ve met that have both directly and indirectly influenced the direction of my life. It makes me really sad that its finally all over, and that soon everyone will spread around the country bound for new lives. But our class has impacted this school, there is no doubt about it. As long as I’ve left something behind that has positively affected someone, I’m good. I’m not all about giving people a hard time, and if I do end up doing that its not on purpose. It’s because sometimes I hate being wrong about things. But it’s about time to grow up and man up, literally… I turn 18 in three months haha. So hard to grow up though. I want to stop time and live as an adolescent forever. Sometimes. It’s the line between childhood and adulthood. The time when you don’t have to take care of a house, to pay taxes, but still have the freedom to do pretty much anything. Unlike my childhood where I had to ask to go everywhere and be in bed by 8:30. These times I will miss.