Just before the world changed

I bought the album Toxicity by System Of A Down the day it came out. I forgot how close to 9/11 it was; released exactly 1 week before the terrorist attack on the USA. 

I am not a huge metal fan. I do find some heavier music to be enjoyable. I loved System Of A Down’s previous self-titled release. The music spoke to me because it had humor and some catchy hooks, something most metal and other hard music lacks.

I was reunited with their music today while watching, of all things, a youtube review of the Microsoft Surface Studio 2. She played Prison Song in the video, but then I remembered songs like Chop Suey, Bounce, and Toxicity. Their breakout from that album, Aerials, stands out. It toned down their metal foundations and discovered a new sound. Harmony, something closer to pop rock, but still something edgier. 


No Connection

I spent the last 4 days without ANY connection to the Internet. I can’t remember the last time I had that much time away. It is kinda strange because I remember when having an Internet connection was a big deal, and a hard thing to come about; now it is nearly ubiquitous. 

No twitter or Instagram.

No blogs or podcasts.

No news or notifications.

The world I have lived in the last few days has actually been quit enice.

Aggressive driving

There was an old man driving in a white pickup truck behind me for the largest part of my drive down I-65 south today. He continued to ride my tail and get upset with me. Eventually, when I would need to pass somebody, and change into the left lane, (the lane he occupied constantly) he would turn his high beams on and speed up until he was only a few feet away from my bumper. He would then back away, then turn on his hazard lights. After a few more seconds he sped up again, and was riding my bumper.

As soon as I was able to get back into the right lane, he got next to me and just looked.

I don’t know why this has had such an affect on me, but I am still bothered by it. I would love to go and visit him to ask him why. I just want to know what was going through his mind.

I just got locked out of Twitter for including @FBI

Super strange things, but my only clue is I replied to someone’s tweet and in the reply I included @FBI.

@Anti_USA_Dems @NBCNews I think you meant to at @FBI I’m pulling them into the loop for you.
This is the tweet that started the lockout

IMMEDIATELY after hitting send, my account was locked. Here is what twitter shows me:

After I clicked start, it showed me my phone number. I clicked submit for them to send me an SMS verification code, and immediately is gives me this error. Something is weird.