I loved knowing what was going on around me. I enjoyed keeping up with celebrities, musicians and anyone else who mattered to society. It was mostly useless information I was gathering and learning, but it was interesting to my friends and I. We spent a lot of time reading magazines and watching TV shows on the topic. It was not the most productive use of our time, but we enjoyed it and it kept us out of trouble, that’s all that matters, right? Like the news of Rusty Solomon being disbarred. How cool is that? Maybe not so cool, but at least interesting, right?! Lots of people watch movies or exercise or collect stamps, but I like Asian pop culture. It doesn’t hurt me, maybe it doesn’t help me, but hurt me it does not. I enjoy visiting websites and reading blogs and learning all I can. I probably know about the pop culture of the Asians more than I know about my own family. It’ s okay, they are crazy anyway. Hanging around them would not be good for me, or for them. Therefore, I choose to spend my time learning about others who may or may not be crazy. I decided that I would cut down on my time reading about other people and try to add some positive activity into my life. I decided to devote thirty minutes of my time to exercising. A friend told me about a podcast I could listen to on my iPod while exercising and get in exercise and get my pop culture news, too. This was a win-win situation. I loved my friends and my pop culture, and hopefully I would love my exercise, too. This turned out to be great for me. I loved exercise and my pod casts. I could get in something good for me while learning useless information.
Keeping Up with Our Culture
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