So I saw the Matrix Revolutions Friday night. I personally don't see what is so bad about it. I liked it, and I'm going into film and video production! The ending was a bit over the top, yes, but that's my only complaint. The only major thing I didn't enjoy was the person I was sitting next to during the film. He was talking and making dumb comments I'm sure he thought were funny. His name is Chris and he's a straight ally to the LGBT. Furthermore, he's immature and is always looking for attention. He drove me insane and I wanted to smack him. I wasn't the only one too. The girl on the other side of him actually covered his mouth up at one point. Grrr.

This boy wants to run for the open position in the LGBT next semester. No offense to him, but I think a lot of people in the group would resent him being in office. I mean, it's the LGBT. Having a straight person in office doesnt really make sense. The other issues, which are a bit more important, are that one: he is immature. I don't think he's ready to handle that responsibility. And Two: He's a total closet case. Most of us think he's gay just by the way he acts, and on top of that, he feels the need to reassert his heterosexuality every five minutes. He's totally afraid of himself. It would be difficult for him if he decided to come out and be in office at the same time. Oh and on top of all of that...I'm running. He's a fool if he thinks he's going to get the position over me. ( ego is showing...hehe) Actually though, I have a lot of friends in the group. People know I'm active and that I'm responsible. I'm fairly certain I'll get the position anyway.

Well, enough of my bitchin. I'm going to bed. G'night all.