Tag Archives: same-sex-marriage

Anxiety

25 Feb

This post was created under the influence of ambien:

I suffer from anxiety disorder. It doesn’t do much other than send me through hell and back internally over every little detail. I’m glad that professionally no one would ever be the wiser. But what makes me feel great is that even though I have really strong anxiety right now because of work, I have been exceptionally awesome at my jobs. I have launched 3 projects in the last week. I think the stress motivates me, and the speed excites me. Then when too much happens it crosses the fine line into anxiety.

My anxiety is gone when ambien kicks in because I start seeing colors as I type them.  The words turn into a zoo as they get introced on the stree.  Sometimes they are gree, and something they have little sisters waiting for them outside to play.  But the letter can’t play because I’ve got to type this.  I should make it clear to all the letters in this post cannot go play until they have done all the chore.  And they cannot runaournd like their’ a letter unto themselves.  They got go make words, or we’ll get rid of them, even the chidren lettes.

Another ambiam infused half-asleep rambling

Civil Unions

23 Feb

I honestly don’t understand what legal ground people against civil unions think they are making. They keep comparing allowing same-sex civil unions to allowing stealing, murder, etc., things that are currently illegal. But they fail to realize that it was also once illegal for a woman to vote, or for people of opposite colored skin to marry.

Things like murder and stealing will always continue to be illegal because they infringe on other people’s rights. I don’t understand who someone else chooses as their partner affects me in any legal way.

I wish that people would just come out and say what they really believe: that it’s a crime against God. At least be honest, if that’s what you believe then be out with it. At that time I would say that’s between God and whoever decides to enter into a civil union.

I’m sure if I were to come up to you and tell you how unholy it is to drink alcohol, and how by punishing your body you commit a crime against God, you’d basically tell me to go to Hell, and that no one can judge you but God. Yet these same people are turning around and judging others.

It’s crazy and silly. And a tad bit fanatical. And a whole lot scary that we cannot separate church and state, or even personal prejudices and civil liberties.