I hate when people say "It is what it is." No, as a matter of fact, it isn't. There's always something that you can't see from your point of view that skews exactly what something is or isn't. Instead people should start saying "It is what it was." Mainly because hindsight is always 20/20.
Don't tell me your frustrated about something or bothered and then shrug and say "it is what it is." That's not an excuse you can use for things sucking. Pick yourself up by the proverbial bootstraps and do something about it so that your situation is what you want it to be... not whatever it "is."
And don't give me that bullshit-President-Clinton "That depends on what your definition of is is" argument because it makes me want to beat you with the righteous frying pan of frustration. Situations, people, jobs, friends, events are always what they were. There is no solidity to anything that is going on as we speak. Everything is continually changing until it's over with. Then you can go back and say what it was.
In Other News, I thought I would have some fantastic news for you guys by this point but I don't. I got my hopes up about moving to Los Angeles for a job I was talking to someone about but that fell through... and the only reason I can think of is because other people are unreliable and unpredictable. Anyway, I've got a new opportunity coming up. I'm hoping and praying this one works out. Being home a lot means my room is clean though! Alright. Wish me luck, pray, send me good karma thoughts... you know what I mean.