- Andrew Beckett: What do you call a thousand lawyers chained together at the bottom of the ocean?
- Joe Miller: I don't know.
- Andrew Beckett: A good start.
I believe everything is better with earl gray
The bitterness makes life taste better
And how its fills the room with drama and dismay
Just like that of a movie theater
Bleakness often calms the mind
And soul, heart, and eyes
It lets everything unwind
And erases the brain of all lies
So on this rainy day in December,
I bought on a pot of water
And let stress disappear along with anger
I’ve never been in one, I was in chorus. There year that I was in choir, we got a 2(bad) at festival and ruined our teacher’s record of perfect 1s. Luckily for us, unfortunately for her, she suppressed her emotions with popsicles and starbucks.
I went to my brother’s concert tonight. He is first chair clarinet, ah thank you. The concert started at 6:15 but the musicians needed to be in their chairs at 5:45. So since of 7th graders incapability to operate a motor vehicle, the parent or guardian of the child must arrive around 5:30. Then after dropping the child off you have to walk into the school and enter the gymnasium. When you enter the gymnasium, you enter the jungle. The jungle of stay-at-home PTA moms and hick dads with camoflague long sleeves on the quest to find a seat. We eventually spotted a seat and speed walked over to it and practicaly jumped up the stairs or the bleachers. Once in your seat you sit and begin to develop a headache, back ache, and your knees begin to tenderize. Finally the musicians begin to play. The handheld cameras go up and zoom in to their desired star. With one glance from left to right then left again you are able to tell which parent belongs to which child.
It is was worth the aches and pole-vaulting up the bleachers because throughout the entire concert my brother sat right in the middle and played the best out of all of the clarinets. I love my brother.