Not that anyone really cares that much, but i have decided its time to go to the cheapest clothing store around, get some checkered pants, some suspenders to help hold them up to my chest, a nice golfers cap, and i'm going to start walking even slower than i already do around town.
A small side note on things that i'm proud of at the age of 30:
1. i have been straight edge for 13 years, for those of you who don't know, it is complete abstinence from any substances that can cause intoxication, or harm to ones own body. i do not care if others do these things around me, but i myself will not partake. I feel that James Randi and i are in the same boat when it comes to that fact. No drugs, No alcohol, no smoking, no regrets. I love my life.
2. I have been Veg for 11 years now. I must admit that when i got into the "movement," i was a bit young and naive about my beliefs on the subject, but now that i've matured, my respect for all life has matured with it. I'm no activist that thinks that animals are more important than humans, so nothing nutty like that, but once again, i respect all life, and even though our evolutionary past might have called for an omnivorous diet, i believe that in the particular society that i live in today (thankfully), that we have the luxury of holding higher ethical standards, and i exercise that higher standard as best i can.
3. My knowledge about science, philosophy, religion, and the world has advanced. I try to always keep sharp and skeptical of all claims going on at all times. I left my faith at a late age for some (23), but i feel i grew leaps and bounds in those first 3 years as a questioning believer, to an agnostic, to atheism, and finally to my current stance of atheism towards world religions, agnostic to how our universe came about (while i feel its highly unlikely that there is some supreme being governing laws, i nor anyone else, can really say for certain).
All in all, i am happy with the journey, even though i'm not happy about leaving my 20s, bah humbug.