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(no subject) [Nov. 7th, 2004|04:48 pm]
everything comes and goes - - -
marked by _ _ _ e r ' s
and styles of clothes

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(no subject) [Aug. 4th, 2004|01:23 am]
this brash, knowing, massive, aggressive novel is to modern india what gunter grass's 'the tin drum' is to modern germany. marvelous, epic. thats what someone recently said about this online situation of mine. IMPRESSED?

ahahaha all r & b songs say 'i really wanna be witch choo' ahahaha. nice. i need new music really really badly. new badly drawn boy and jill scott come out soon. actually, they might be out. and i still dont have new wilco or sam phillips. LAME 4 ME. of course there is alot more too, but there is not enough room.

so i watched the DNC everynight last week, i really liked everything i saw, even though im sure 1/2 was semi-propaganda. i have hardcore pride about john edwards, i like to pretend i know him. I KNOW PEOPLE WHO KNOW HIM. and his son is buried down the row from my grandma (which is really weird). so we're basically friends. i saw he and kerry when they came to state and that was awesome, and i really want to volunteer and do something around the city for their campaign. instead, ive sat on my ass watching the ashley simpson show. youre welcome. anyway im signed up for their mailing list and they write every other day, so im kind of satisfied. no im not!

the best party ive attended since the school year occured the other week- to borrow quotes from other people:

"Chapel Hill is beautiful. It is perfect for me. The perfect mix of preppy and pink with indie rock and hardcore. A little bar time a little scene time. Throw in a frat house but don't forget a hippie shop. How's about some liberal politics? Maybe an upscale night with young repubs at Top O's. Can't forget Carborro afternoons with wine and cheese and blankets on the green lawns. Or a few HOURS spent at school kids trying desperately to hold onto your money. How about some basketball? Disc Golf? Photography? Thrift store madness? It is as random as I am. It has a beauty that is simple but complex and is a place of independent thought. Definitely sending my Grad school application to a Chapel Hill address. GRE scores, you better be good."

"bynum's party was FABULOUS. i got to see bynum (obviously), my big brother, mere (well, courtesy of a slight detour to t-vegas), and FINALLY, walker! yay! i also got to meet some wonderfully awesome others: liz, chris, will, ashley, lindsey, ali... i love you guys. you make my heart sing. and all that good stuff. and i had a shot of jd."

unfortunately i dont remember anything past... 1ish, i drank way too fast and yea. it was fine, i just dont remember what happened, and im pretty pissed b/c i really wanted to savor every moment but. I LEARNED SOMETHING DIDNT I?

uh... thats it.
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(no subject) [Jul. 21st, 2004|02:36 am]
does anyone have a cure for insomnia? or a horse tranquilizer? or how to spell tranquilizer?
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(no subject) [Jul. 14th, 2004|10:23 pm]
this doesnt need to be said but i just wanted to remind everyone:

<3 B U S H <3

In September 2001, Bush said capturing bin Laden was "our number one
priority." By March 2002, he was claiming, "I don't know where he is. I
have no idea and I really don't care. It's not that important."

In October 2001, he was dead-set against the need for a Department of
Homeland Security. Seven months later, he thought it was a great idea.

In May 2002, he opposed the creation of the 9/11 Commission. Four months
later, he supported it.

During the 2000 campaign, he said that gay marriage was a states' rights
issue: "The states can do what they want to do." During the 2004 campaign,
he called for a constitutional ban on gay marriage.

Dizzy yet? No? OK: <----------LOL thats my favorite part, sassy commentary.

Bush supported CO2 caps, then opposed them. He opposed trade tariffs, then
he didn't. Then he did again. He was against nation building, then he was
OK with it. We'd found WMD, then we hadn't. Saddam was linked to Osama,
then he wasn't. Then he was … sorta. Chalabi was in, then he was out. Way

In fact, Bush's entire Iraq misadventure has been one big costly, deadly

We didn't need more troops, then we did. We didn't need more money, then
we did. Preemption was a great idea — on to Syria, Iran and North Korea!
Then it wasn't — hello, diplomacy! Baathists were the bad guys, then
Baathists were our buds. We didn't need the U.N., then we did.

And all this from a man who, once upon a time, made "credibility" a key to
his appeal.
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(no subject) [Jul. 12th, 2004|10:10 pm]
(im tired. so tired. so tired of having sex!)

there are so many cds in my collection who i leaf through and go 'yea i know your good, but...' instead of just putting it on, b/c when i do, i remember how "TOTALLY FUCKING AWESOME" they all are. arrrgh. a pirate!

finished -The Heart is a Lonely Hunter- today in the 30 minute low down black out that ambushed my neighborhood durring a freak t-storm.

T h e H e a r t I s A L o n e l y H u n t e r

it looks really emo spaced out and straight up livejournal.com material, but, i think everyone should see it. that title is SO GOOD. oh and the actual book was great too. i was looking for 'One Hundred Years of Solitude' by gabriel.g. Marquez, and what do you know, but (Carson) McCullers is listed under 'M' right next door. i helped myself and im glad that i did.
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(no subject) [Jul. 11th, 2004|10:17 pm]

What do I have to say?

when the weekend rolls around, i like to get naked. nake, nake, nuh-nuh-naked! its hard though, b/c in a house full of family, you can really only walk around naked in your room. and the shower. but the shower does not provide enough naked breathing room. so instead i went to barnes and noble.

i practically live at barnes y noble. funnily enough, i havent started to recognize anyone who works there, and thats a good thing. many people value the title of "a regular," and in my younger years i thought that i would too. but im too self concious about this for some reason, which is weird b/c normally in any and all other situations i can BS like no othuh' mutha'in he-yuh! i can wax on and on about practically anything in any setting, but, something about being recognized like that just... BLAM!

last summer my sister and i lived at char-grill, and started chatting with the workerz, and, it made me pannic and i froze and it was just so weird. this also happened at mcdonalds, and most recently at the library. i cant figure out what im insecure about. well, i havent really given it any thought either. lucky for me barnes/noble has an incredibly large work force, ridiculously large, like, so large that im sure if they wanted too they could gangbang like no other. when i worked at abercrombie, there was also a work force way too large and everytime i went in to stand around and do nothing or fold the same pile or shirts 16 times for 8 hours while music composed by people without ears blared at innopropriate levels i never knew if someone was a customer or a fellow corporate slave "and it was SO annoying."

anyway ------------>

There's never anything as sweet, or as sour, as being left hanging, on AOL Instant Messenger.
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(no subject) [Jul. 9th, 2004|02:17 am]

last monday i got back from an around the world trip that included tours of oklahoma city, little rock, atlanta, savannah, charleston, raleigh and edisto island in SC. needless to say it was amazing. charleston is U N B E L I E V A B L Y beautiful, and good friends become more and more amazing. unfortunately i didnt get to see everyone i wanted to (yeatez y kate), but i was still blown away. its weird how you can pack so much STUFF into such a short amount of time, i havent processed anything yet.


now ive been home four days and it feels like a lifetime and i have to find a job. i know, i never got one b/c i knew id be traveling for a while annnd... my mom was still paying for everything. not that i was on some kind of shopping spree-uh, but. dont worry though, i feel like a loser, i need $$$ mad crazy, and ill do anything to get it. except for... like, i really wont do that much... so...

anyway tomorrow i am going off in the city of raleigh to hunt down large adventures ($$$) and other assorted valuables. assorted plundering.

every night on the island last week the moon was so bright you could see your shadow on the beach, and i was so hypnotized and thats all ive been able to tell people. THATS CRAZY, especially since ive, my... wilderness adventures are limited to the innumberable, sanitized boy scout camps i attended growing up. and the waves, the WAVES, even more hypnotizing. i cant imagine growing up ON the coast and getting used to the ocean, like, becoming so acclamated as a local that things like your shadow at night from the moon doesnt phase you as much anymore.

now i have 10 pages left to go with "Love in the Time of Cholera," a contemporary classic by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. i love that name so much ive repeated it a 100 million times to people i know- "oh yea im in the middle of 'Love in...'" isnt that name fantastic? i know, thats why im reading it.
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(no subject) [Jul. 7th, 2004|08:33 pm]
i've just returned from a tour of the lower 58, and it was, how you say, exxxciting. wish i could have seen everything. ill be returning.


well, youll just have to wait, im very busy at the moment watching the simple life II.

jealousssssss >>>>>> ?
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(no subject) [Jul. 6th, 2004|11:16 pm]
dont worry, the south is great.
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(no subject) [Jun. 5th, 2004|07:53 pm]

Tranquil Summer Confusion

i was listening to 'this american life' on npr in the shower today and there was a story on private security firms in iraq- this guy had been knocked out from a mortar and when he woke up the doctor asked him what day it was and he had no idea- then they realized neither did anyone else b/c there was nothing over there to differentiate between the days, no pattern or routine. then i realized i was in the same position!

since i took a year off last year, i worked from march until august. thus, last month i recieved a tax return large enough to keep me company and not require that i immeadiately go back to work, which was not necessarily the best choice on my part, but the lazy and selfish one.

anyway, as i have had no set patern for over a month now, for the past two weeks ive been very confused about the days, and did not realize the actual date until 3 days ago. the limbo! in so doing i forgot my friend botswanas bday and underestimated how long i had to go to the beach. dont worry though, i did successfully catch the ALIAS season finale totally on time.

uhm... thats about the end of my story i guess. lol i like really abrupt endings. the point is: that's just a weird feeling to have. now, i will go and bake some curly seasoned fries.
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