My Jonathan Ames inspired recollections of arguing with myself, with inanimate objects, other people, animals, God, and the planet all inside my head. And why I'm not crazy.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011


It's 1:34 AM and I have to get up early to go to the MIDI lab at school tomorrow. So, why am I up? Because I spent 30 minutes trying to find a font that I thought suited my title banner properly, another 30 thinking of a title, (Yes, I found the font before having a name) and then God knows how much longer just looking around at all of the different features this website has.

Let me tell you what the goal of my new blog here is. It was inspired a reading titled "I Love You More Than You Know" by Jonathan Ames, I read it as an assignment in an English class a year or so ago. In it, the dude was just rambling, but about his thoughts and random stuff he did. About how ridiculous his thoughts were, and how he got mad at himself for having those same thoughts. It was hilarious, but comforting to me. Why comforting? I think like him. I say stupid things sometimes and immediately go "Why did I say that? Damn, I look like an idiot..but I don't care what these people think. So why am I arguing with myself?"

The title probably makes more sense now. I have these kinds of thoughts every day. My sociology teacher today suggested that any trait we see in ourselves, good or bad, we should keep a journal to try and see a pattern in it....so here I am!


  1. We could all take a lesson from The Dude, no? Just relax.

  2. Haha don't worry, i'm very picky with things I like aswell. Took me about an hour to make my simple little banner

  3. I too think like Jonathan Ames. We should all think like this man and just get on with life. Thanks for sharing. Nice blog. :)

  4. I like this so far hope you continue posting.

  5. I like ramblings. Keep em coming.

  6. HAHAHA Good idea. But I'll keep my ideas un my head thank you very much.