I confess I'm pretty depressed and down because of inability to find a job, getting turned down for two or three applications (one of them turned into a phone interview), and Naruto being such an unenjoyable manga.
And don't feel bad because Naruto is bad. If you'd adjust your feelings to Naruto's quality then just go ahead and kill yourself, jeez.
I've applied to at least 50 places though, and while all but 3 replied, I know they likely turned me down because of no replies. Only reason why I'm fussed is because of loans that I need to pay off. I'm not sure if Johnny has to pay off loans (I assume ghostie? but I think he does) or if you do, but if yes, then you should understand why I'm depressed. My only concern is my parents, and to make sure they're doing okay, I have to pay off loans so they don't get affected and make money so they have easier lives. Otherwise I don't care much for stuff apart from having fun.
BUT I USED TO LOOK FORWARD TO READING NARUTO EVERY WEEK. Back in school, it kept me going and kept me looking forward to something. Now, One Piece and Beelzebub are the only manga I enjoy reading. Naruto is just too bad that I can't help but be disappointed.
I think his point was that you're associating your depression about a legit, real-world thing with the quality of a stupid comic.
... I don't understand.
Feeling very depressed and unmotivated. Started out with the class prof giving me bullshit excuse for barring my sib from accompanying them on the whale watching trip this morning. While my sib reported the incident, my mom said in email communication that I have "regressed" several times. So much for solving the problem or providing sympathy. Suddenly found out that I needed to go in the field with someone. Got stuck there for 30min more. Now my sib isn't talking to me.
This would be a perfect time to work on essays. However, the last response I got on that was that "its very generic and not "adult"". Not even anything constructive or helpful. I have lost pretty much all motivation I have for getting this stuff done.
So I just had a fraud charge to my debit account from a debit card I've had for 2 months, but have never used. ($85 at Amazon.com) How the hell does someone get all of that debit card's information without me ever having used it?
They'll get a nice surprise when the transaction is declined anyway since I have a $0 balance in my checking account.
But still. How does that even happen?
You can never know exactly where but I hope them madafkers get caught.
Some years ago I, also had a fraudulent charge. It was on my credit card (over 200 bucks) from some foreign country.
Also, while you'd get good revenge, it's not a good thing when the transaction gets declined. I think you'd get in trouble for that. But you really need to find out how that happened and make sure it doesn't happen again.