Things I Hate

Posted by: Andee / Category: , , , , , ,

Know what I hate?

Computer viruses.

Last night I was making a window's movie and some stupid program installed itself on my computer. I was so freaking mad! It kept telling me I had spyware on my computer and telling me I had to purchase some program for sixty bucks to get rid of it. I knew it was fishy so I did a search for it online (it's called AntiVirus Live... stay far away from it) and found a way to get rid of it. It took me a while though... I had to find a free one, start my computer in safe mode, and blah blah blah...

People say that they have fallen victim of this little spyware scam and actually gone through paypal and charged the fake software on their credit cards. I'm glad I didn't do anything like that. I don't have the money to do anything like that... hahaha...

Anyway, I am back and it looks like the computer is back to normal.

Ahh, how I love the websites of internet computer geeks! Without them, I would be slitting my wrists by now. Believe me. I use the work geek with love, because I am one also. I would have lost my mind without a computer.

Since I am on a hating spree... here is a list of more things I hate:

  • Tomatoes
  • When you can't find a pen
  • WhEn PeoPle TyPe LikE ThIs
  • Cheaters
  • Liars
  • Religion
  • Being Broke
  • Bill O'Reilly
  • Sarah Palin
  • Glenn Beck
  • Bigots
  • People constantly popping their knuckles
  • Animal Abusers =The sorry excuses for human beings that hurt Abbey Road and Spooky Bear before I adopted them into my home.
  • Violence
  • Homophobia
  • Black Licorice
  • When people won't answer a direct question.
  • Kent Hovind
  • Kirk Cameron
  • Ray Comfort
  • Loud Neighbors
  • People who lack empathy
  • Football (It's just men running into each other to me)
  • Internet Trolls
  • Brooks and Dunn
  • Tea Baggers (not the gay sex act, the large group of people who want to complain about everything Obama does just because they can).
  • Birthers (not expectant mothers, people who are convinced Obama is not an American citizen and should be kicked out of office).
  • The fact that I am a vegetarian that constantly craves meat. It's hard to stop myself from having a hamburger or a hot dog at times. Really, really hard. I know I would regret it, though. Probably cry myself to sleep.
  • Donald Trump
  • Cell Phones
  • People who can't think for themselves
  • People who tell me I left Mormonism so I could sin, drink coffee, have sex without guilt and be a crazy person.
  • Meeting people who think they know everything
  • Being sick to my stomach
  • People who throw litter on the ground. How hard is it to hold onto it until you find a trash can?
  • When the battery in my camera dies and I see something beautiful I want to capture.
  • Ann Coulter
  • Wal-Mart
  • Parents who have no control over their children, nor do they seem to care
  • People who think they are too special to follow the rules everyone else follows
  • People who complain about using self-checkout while going out of their way to use self-checkouts. If you don't like them, don't use them.
  • Bugs
  • Being an insomniac
  • People who think praying for someone will actually do any good.
  • When people don't dim their headlights
  • When people see you in what is clearly a uniform of some kind and ask, "Do you work here?"
  • When I find a vegetarian frozen dinner I really like and they discontinue it immediately.
  • 80% of the comments on YouTube
  • The wackjob who created Antivirus Live and made me waste so much time getting rid of the damn software.


  1. nicole. Says:

    I used to be a vegetarian and quit because I really wanted chicken nuggets.. what a weird thing to quit for. However I still eat mainly vegetarian because it is mainly the food I prefer. For good frozen meals have you tried any by Amy's? They are usually pretty tasty.

  1. leighwells Says:

    Hi Andee! I stopped reading back in the summer when you took your break. We corresponded a little before then.

    Home with a cold this week and thought I would check in to see if you had started up again. Glad to see that you are back, and thanks for all of the interesting and funny "sick day" reading! I like the new design, too.


  1. The Original Anonymous Says:

    Ouch! Harsh! If it is one thing that humanity seems to thrive upon, it is hate!

    Since when did anger help anything?

    One should try to find the good in things. For every fault, one should think of 10 good things, however hard that may be?

    Like tomatoes. There are no need to hate those poor, innocent fruits! You must find them displeasing to your palate (or perhaps allergic), but think of the good they have brought with their vascular-system helping properties!

    The same goes towards religion? Perhaps try not to chastise ALL of the religions in the world just because you have found them displeasing to your logic (and for good reason)? It just hurts me to see those would appear to be "enlightened" revert back to the same compelling dogmas that have ruined so many lives. Hatred helps no one.

  1. Andee Says:

    Expressing anger is healthy. I am expressing my anger in a positive way.

    I could be standing at a freeway overpass with a rifle in my hands shooting at all cars that have those ridiculous little cartoon figures of mommy, daddy and umpteen children on the back.

    I could be plotting to infiltrate the Mormon Church from the inside, planning on taking down the entire thing as publicly as possible.

    I could be one of those people who lets anger take over by *not* expressing it in a healthy way.

    I know I have a lot to be happy about. This was one post out of hundreds. I had just spent hours and hours trying to save my only computer from a ridiculous virus some asshole wrote and put on the net.

    I think my anger was justified, and again... it's not like I am hurting anyone with my words. Just expressing them.

    Anger, and all emotions, are good. When you ignore them and let them build up, you get problems. I have enough problems.

  1. Andee Says:

    The Original Anonymous,

    Oh, one more thing, I am not "reverting back to the same compelling dogmas that have ruined so many lives."

    I am expressing myself. Something that my church taught me I shouldn't do. Something that many religions frown upon. Open communication = truth = bad.

    Thanks for your concern, though. I have my life in complete control.

  1. Bliss Says:

    Wow....this is crazy stuff. Negitive twisted hateful thinking. It is so sad to see someone so caught up in hating everything. Even God the Father who made you! Have a nice life and after you die I bet you think that you will just rot in the earth to. Yup. No spirits in us. No purpose or reason. Just dirt.