viernes, 23 de noviembre de 2012


I knew the LGBT as the LGBT, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trasgender.

At first I tought it was a pretty long name, but hey, they had to have them all there right?

But when I first came here I noticed that the LGBT was not the LGBT, it was the LGBTQ, what the hell does the Q stand for? After a while I think I saw somewhere that the Q was for "questioning". Oh, okay, let's not include those who aren't sure to which group they belong to, sounds fine for me.

Some other random day, I overheard a pair of friends talking "LGBTQ? what does the Q stand for? - Queer -I swear that name is getting longer everyday, what is the difference between queer and gay anyway?" And I couldn't hear what the difference was, but, now I wasn't sure what the Q was for. One more letter, well, how longer could it get?

Then, not so long ago, there was a drag show, and on the entrance table, I saw this: "LGBTIQ".


One more letter.

It stood for "Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transexual Intersex Queer".

It is indeed getting longer.

I think it'd be easier for the LGBT folks to be the "¬S" you know, as in, "not straight".
Or just something along the lines of "Association of People with Different Sexual Orientations", instead of trying to add every single variant in there.

Stylish Headphones

A while ago, when I wanted to stop being lame and still had hope in life, I got the idea of maybe, someday, buying one pair of those cool dj headphones, just to wear them around my neck and be really stylish and stuff.

Right now, I've found a couple not too expensive and cool, but I think it's not a good idea, why? Well basically I'd be paying for a collar, since they only look cool when you have them around your neck, but for someone who is not an audio professional, they are hell impractical. Let's see:


-Look cool.
-Sound better (?)


-don't fit easily in bag (tho this may be invalid if you'll be wearing them around your neck)
-uncomfortable, they squish your ears and your head

So, is it worth it paying 20-80 bucks just to look stylish, when you could get more comfortable and practical headphones for 9.99? I don't think so, maybe if I had a money I would buy them as an accesory, but not now.

And don't get me started on those "beats by dr dre", they're like the most stupid fad ever, I've seen a lot of people around here with them, at first I was "well, they think they're stylish" (I think they're pretty ugly, I've seen way cooler, better and cheaper headphones) but then I found out they were around 200 bucks, for that money I can get a videogame console geez, I tried ones and well yeah, they sound nice, but 200 dollard worth? I don't think so. The only people I would respect spending that much on headphones are professionals, and they wouldn't get beats.