This is just going to be a quickie.  Sorry, no time.  The new video should be uploaded by the time I finish this.

I feel like I need to explain something to the world at large.  In the small community where I was raised in, it is considered socially unacceptable to request an invitation to, well, anything.  If you didn't receive an invitation, you're not going, no questions asked.  If they really wanted you there, they'd have remembered to tell you about it, correct?  It would seem that this behavior is not the social norm anywhere else I have ever been. 
"Oh, well, why didn't you say something?" 
My usual answer is, "No one asked." 
To which they usually reply, "Why didn't you ask someone if you could tag-along?" 
Because, you simplistic retards, I don't want to "tag-along."  I want to be part of the group, not the random after-thought. 

Being the "fifth wheel" is by and large the most embarrassing and outright infuriating feeling I have ever experienced.  I don't keep peeves as pets (I'm more of a dog person, myself) but, if I did, this would be one of them.  I feel genuine rage at the idea of being just a hanger-on.  The odd-man out.  So, I just don't do it.  I have no problems with hanging out far, far away from the idiots that inhabit this world, even if it means I missed your party just because I didn't ask you if you could maybe let me in.  Correct me if I'm wrong, but if you really wanted to hang out with me, you'd give me a fucking call, right?

So, the obvious observation from the peanut gallery is that I should grow a pair and change.  I have a one-word answer for that:  No.  I shouldn't have to change the way I am just because society is systematically destroying everything I once loved about it.  I refuse to succumb to insanity.  This, dear reader, is a turning point.  The old school style of life is on the decline, and we need to rescue it.

Here's some simple, social norms that the public needs to re-acclimate to:
1)  The a fore mentioned "no invitation=no party" rule.
2)  Holding open the door for the person behind you.
3)  Regularly donating time and money to different charitable organizations.

I could go on, but I'm sure your common sense will dictate the remainder of the norms to you.

Anyway, now you know why I'm bitter and hostile sometimes.  Maybe if people took the time to shoot me a message when they want me to be somewhere, I'd be a little less on an ass-hole.  I can't read your minds (I can, however, be inside your head, thinking your thoughts for you... but I really hate doing that (it's a lot of work)).

-CAPT Blood