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Happy um...New Years! [Jan. 8th, 2007|02:49 pm]
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Man I completely forgot about livejournal. If you are still on and alive, say hi!

Newsworthy facts:

New car!!!

Graduating in May and I got to see Bevo a while ago

Maybe going to law school? Europe? Africa? India? Work?...
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(no subject) [Apr. 6th, 2006|08:45 pm]
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I pulled my first all nighter last night/this morning. Well, I did get to sleep from 7am to 10:30am. I don't like this feeling. My left cheek (right under my eye) keeps twitching.

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Thesis! [Apr. 4th, 2006|09:19 am]
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One thing I can say I've learned while at UT is how to push elevator buttons with my elbows.....

So I got a thesis idea! I'm going to write about contemporary problems the Catholic Church is facing and then use public relations techniques to address some of them. Does anyone have any burning issues (OK or just questions/regular issues) with the Church or any cool solutions (no I'm not asking you to write my thesis for me!)?

Also, I'm thinking about graduating a year early (next spring) with just a plan ii degree. What's plan ii you say? That's part of my decision, I'm not sure if it's a great idea to graduate with a degree that no one's heard of. At the same time, everyone tells me that all that really matters is that you get an undergraduate degree. Additionally, as a writer, it's more your clips than your degree that gets the job. But who knows, there is a FEMA director position open and I heard yesterday that there will be an opening on the Vatican's publc relations team soon...

So I just interviewed the coolest professor at UT. OK, well one of them. This guy has invented the technology for electroni paper. UT has the patent and has sold it to a company in CA that is creating prototypes as I type. In business terms, his discovery is "Disruptive" which means it will change the basics of our very way of life. He imagines eletronic wallpapers that can be converted into movie screens at the push of a button, moving/changeable wallpaper, and a single 100-page book for everyone that will be the only book a person needs. Very cool.
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I almost died the other day [Mar. 30th, 2006|04:07 pm]
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It's not really quite as dramatic as that. And I guess you can even argue that every time you get in a car, you almost died (using the write statistics).

So on Mondays I have class from 10-3 and I pick up lunch so I don't starve. I was feeling cultural (haha, a minority needing to feel cultural) so I decided to pick up some sushi for lunch. I specifically made sure I didn't pick the one called Crab Surprise or something since I'm allergic to crab and its other shellfish dwelling sisters and brothers.

I'm in my CS class and I check to make the sushi hasn't spilled out of my backpack because that's the kind of thing that happens to me, when I realize that my California Rolls do havea crabbish substance in them. Crap, I think, what if it still has crab in it. I ask in my philosophy section if anyone knows whether California Rolls have crab but no one knows. Same response in journalism. I think about giving the sushi to someone on the drag, but with my luck, the homeless person would probably have a crab allergy as well!..eventually I find the number to housing and food and am directed to the cafeteria manager of the place where the sushi was made. and it did have crab. So good thing I checked or I might be dead.

I love the springiness of the air, but I hate that now I always have little tendrils of tree in my hair after a day around campus...
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(no subject) [Mar. 17th, 2006|11:57 am]
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I couldn't delete it. I'm just too nosy.
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Smack-it-ball [Feb. 4th, 2006|10:37 pm]
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I think it's kind of silly that journalists aren't supposed to participate in most groups. You can't go to a fundraising dinner because you'll be biased toward that organization. You can't go to a rally because then you obviously aren't objective. You can't be on the PTA because you'll favor the school board. That's ridiculous. I understand that you may give up some power in order to control what gets published in the media, but No one is every truly objective, and you miss out on a small element of being human by not being able to represent your interests out in the open.

Thank God I'm not going into journalism.

Now for some pictures:

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(no subject) [Jan. 31st, 2006|10:53 am]
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(no subject) [Jan. 31st, 2006|10:24 am]
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Bless the Lord, Alito's gonna win!

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Almost the END!!! [Dec. 16th, 2005|09:23 am]
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So I have two finals today and am sitting on the floor writing a livejournal...my PR one is going to suck, hopefully I won't have to work that hard on Phl (and we got the questions ahead of time!!)

I really like facebook. But, whenever someone writes on my wall, I feel the obligation to write something on their wall. I wonder if anyone else feels this way.

It's supposed to snow in Dallas tomorrow yay!

There's a really lazy TA giving a Philosophy exam down the hall and he 1) came in late 2) didn't have the tests printed yet 3) hd the misfortune of the printer breaking down 4) are having the students herded into a classroom for one the most boring 3 hours intervals of their life...(okay maybe not, they could go work in insurance or something)

It doesn't feel like Christmas yet. It's cold enough, and I've seen Christmas lights, and I've seen Christmas trees, and I've shopped,wrapped, and gave presents and it's cold...Oh yeah...it must be the gian, looming Grinch of school that is still wrapped around my neck

I'm coming home to Flo Mo, aside of class M-F 8-12, I'm free so (this is for you Tim) holla!

Christmas List:
1. Rechargeable AA batteries (with charger?)
2. Battery for laptop
3. new found glory CD

I was tagged by cowlik86:

Instructions: List seven songs you are into right now. No matter what the genre, whether they have words, or even if they're any good, but they must be songs you're really enjoying now. Post these instructions in your LiveJournal along with your seven songs. Then tag seven other people to see what they're listening to.

(I'm abridging this list...)
1) The Whole EVE6 Horroscope Album
2) 13 going on 30 album, except for a select few songs
3) Pirates of the Caribbean soundtrack...good as long as you're not listening in the car
4) Plan II Chamber music because we're THE BEST LIVE MUSIC BAND IN AUSTIN
5)Simon and Garfunkel CD that I have, especially "I am a rock" and "Cecilia"

no one, fill it out if you want to...
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Parting poem [Dec. 9th, 2005|09:50 am]
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So today was going to be the last day of class but because of "snow days" I have two more days of class...

But, it was the last day of rhetoric, and we read a pretty sweet poem.

Aristotle by Billy CollinsCollapse )
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Grateful for small favors [Nov. 16th, 2005|10:33 am]
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So I'm eating breakfast and walking out of my dorm and of course the bus is on its way out and its freezing and I'm going to have to WALK to my class ALL THE WAY ACROSS CAMPUS. But then I notice that the 40 acres hasn't left yet...and the bus driver's waving at me to get on. I guess all these days of waiting for the bus have finally bore fruit.

Less than 10 days of TTH and MWF classes left woo!

If anyone has any cool bassoon/oboe or quartet chamber music, scan-email it to me!
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I succomb to Karen and Tim's peer pressure:-D (which must be great considering [Nov. 11th, 2005|10:35 am]
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So in media law we learned about copyright. And while the specifics of copyright aren't too drastically interesting to me, the debate over intellectual property is. You see, copyright was incorporated into the constitution in order to promote creativity in the form of art/literature/music etc (basically any "tangible work"). It even protects inventions (by provision of patent laws). Unbeknownst to me, you don't even need to obtain an official copyright from the government in order to be able to sue if someone copies your material. Anyway, the reason for promoting creative works was to ensure that there would be a consistent, fresh source of works entering the public domain. You see, copyright applies for only a finite amount of time. After the given time period, the public was free to use the information at will. Copyright law encouraged works that would eventually enter and enrich the publc domain. However, the constitutional intention of our fathers is being brutally attacked...dun dun dunnnn....
Corporations now are trying to hold on to their copyrights for as long as possible. Why? Because they want to get all the money that they can from charging people to use their copyrighted material. Disney recently won from Congress an extension on the copyright of "steamboat willy", the first Mickey Mouse character...But what is this leading to?...Corporations and artists have always been upset when their works are copied illegally. And it's a justified anger, they are losing money on their own works. For example, when VHS players came out, Advertisers and movie makers alike were threatened by the consumer's ability to record and fast forward. Even today, music artists everywhere are tearing their hair out (okay, maybe that's a bit dramatic) over the millions of illegal downloads and consequently the millions of dollars in lost revenue. However, as books and other media become more and more digitized, the copyright holders are beginning to fight back. Digital books, for example, are not "Given" to libraries, rather, libraries are "licensed" to the book for a certain period of time. This means that libraries, and eventually consumers who purchase digital books, will not actually "own" the book. Using digital technology, copyright holders will be able to control how many times the book purchaser is able to read the book, or how long the purchaser will be able to "possess" the book. The book will simply erase itself after the given time frame. VHS tape producers had actually just created a VHS tape that erased itself as it played, a creation resulting in concerns over illegal copies of movies and whatnot, when the DVD came out. Already traces of controlling, overzealous (though perhaps justified) copyright holders is evident. DVDs now have technology built in to avoid illegal copying, and CD artists are trying to find similar ways to avoid illegal downloading and distribution...The trends in copyright laws are negating the intentions of the founding fathers. Corporations and individual copyright holders are attempting to elongate their hold on their intellectual property for commercial purposes, and this prevents their material from enteringthe public domain. I think this is bad. The end. For more information, check out this guy's website (he's a communication professor at NYU)

On a lighter note...
You scored as Batman, the Dark Knight. As the Dark Knight of Gotham, Batman is a vigilante who deals out his own brand of justice to the criminals and corrupt of the city. He follows his own code and is often misunderstood. He has few friends or allies, but finds comfort in his cause.


Batman, the Dark Knight


The Amazing Spider-Man


William Wallace


The Terminator


Lara Croft


Captain Jack Sparrow


Indiana Jones




Neo, the "One"


James Bond, Agent 007


El Zorro


Which Action Hero Would You Be? v. 2.0
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(no subject) [Nov. 10th, 2005|07:24 pm]
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A girl bought a puppy to class today and it was like christmas!

Garbanzo beans=chick peas= dal/hummus
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Thank you Mike! [Nov. 9th, 2005|10:42 am]
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This journal entry is dedicated to Mike who fixed my broken cell phone with a rubber band, super glue, and velcro.
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(no subject) [Nov. 8th, 2005|09:33 am]
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Ah Livejournal has been revamped! It's nice to know that if facebook ever gets boring, there's always livejournal to turn to procrastinate to.

So 4 weeks of college left and a lot of sleeping to do in between. For an interesting facebook article that might make a few people alter their profiles...

So I'm trying to figure out exactly why I want to graduate a semester early..and why, in order to do this, I'm willing to take 24 hours in a semester. The only real benefit I can see is that my parents won't have to pay for an additional semester of college. Another percieved benefit is getting into the job market early but I really don't know if it'll make that big a difference. I'm not even sure if I'm going to like what I do...wait, I'm not even sure if I know what I want to do! I could study abroad for a semester but I really dont' see myself as enjoying that experience. I'd much rather travel when I have a job and some time than try to take classes while learning about a completely new culture.

So back to the 24 hours. I'm in a really cool tutorial course on strategies in war, but I know there will be tons of writing. Luckily, it's only one day a week so I'd have six days to prepare for it. The problem is that I'm also scheduled for the journalism and public relations writing-of-death classes...so should I drop the cool tc and take a facilitated physics learning class?..

After voting, specifically for proposition 2, I am experiencing a lot of cognitive dissonance. I love gay people and I think they should be allowed to be together. But, I know I made the right decision. Reading the newspapers (in Austin that is) seem to dissuade me though. Am I really a heartless, cold, anti-democratic citizen for my choice? And to my defense, I didn't just do "what the pope said." I researched, thoguht about it, and made my choice.....well I guess I'm not going to worry about it too much since I know that I'm in Texas and, as tomorrow will probably show, there will be a landslide vote that any one individual couldn't really influence just by simply voting...
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(no subject) [Oct. 24th, 2005|10:58 am]
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Apparently "banquish" isn't a word anymore...
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And the week is up [Oct. 21st, 2005|02:13 pm]
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[Feeellliiinngggsss |crazycrazy]
[surrounding noises... |library sounds]

We heard this song in rhetoric this morning, and if any of you have *cough legal* access to it, it's a pretty funny/interesting song:

Jerusalem by Dan Bern

When I tell you that I love you
Don't test my love
Accept my love don't test my love
Cause maybe I don't love you all that much

Don't ask what kind of music I'm gonna play tonight
Just stay awhile
Hear for yourself awhile
And if you must put me in a box
Make sure it's a big box
With lots of windows
And a door to walk through
And a nice high chimney
So we can burn burn burn
Everything that we don't like
And watch the ashes
Fly up to Heaven
Maybe all the way to India
I'd like that

All the ancient kings came to my door
They said, "Do you want to be an ancient king too?"
I said, "Oh yes, very much
But I think my timing's wrong"
They said, "Time is relative
Or did you misread Einstien?"
I said, "Do you really mean it?"
They said, "What do you think we come here for
Our goddamn health or something?"

Everybody's waiting for the messiah
The Jews are waiting
The Christians are waiting
Also the Muslims
It's like everybody's waiting
They've been waiting a long time
I know how I hate to wait
Like even for a bus or something
An important phone call
So I can imagine
How darned impatient
Everybody must be getting

So I think it's time now
Time to reveal myself
I am the Messiah
I am the Messiah
I am the Messiah

Yes, I think you heard me right
I am the Messiah
I was gonna wait till next year
Build up the suspense a little
Make it a really big surprise
But I could not resist
It's like when you got a really big secret
You're just bursting to tell someone
It was kinda like that with this
And now that I've told you
I feel this great weight lifted
Dr. Nusbaum was right
He's my therapist
He said get it out in the open

I spent ten whole days in Jerusalem
Mmmm Jerusalem
Sweet Jerusalem
And all I ate was olives
Nothing but olives
Mountains of olives
It was a good ten days
I like olives
I like you too

So when I tell you that I love you
Don't test my love
Accept my love
Don't test my love
'Cause maybe I don't love you all that much
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I believe that your most attractive features are your heart and soul [Oct. 6th, 2005|08:06 pm]
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[Feeellliiinngggsss |cheerfulcheerful]
[surrounding noises... |Savage Garden-affirmation]

I'm coming home tomorrow woo!! Currently though, I am mucking through homework so I won't have to do anything... I must admit that I'm not a people person, luckily, you don't have to be in order to succeed in public relations. I'm also not really a "team player", I'd rather just do everything myself...

I think I know what my Plan II thesis will be!! I'm going to write a bill to solve the problem of gay marriage!!!!

These lyrics are really good; Disclaimer: I don't necessarily agree with all of them, emphasis provided by yours truly

I believe the sun should never set upon an argument
I believe we place our happiness in other people's hands
I believe that junk food tastes so good because it's bad for you
I believe your parents did the best job they knew how to do
I believe that beauty magazines promote low self esteem
I believe I'm loved when I'm completely by myself alone

I believe in Karma what you give is what you get returned
I believe you can't appreciate real love until you've been burned
I believe the grass is more greener on the other side
I believe you don't know what you've got until you say goodbye

I believe you can't control or choose your sexuality
I believe that trust is more important than monogamy
I believe that your most attractive features are your heart and soul
I believe that family is worth more than money or gold
I believe the struggle for financial freedom is unfair
I believe the only ones who disagree are millionaires

I believe in Karma what you give is what you get returned
I believe you can't appreciate real love until you've been burned
I believe the grass is more greener on the other side
I believe you don't know what you've got until you say goodbye

I believe forgiveness is the key to your unhappiness

I believe that wedded bliss negates the need to be undressed

I believe that God does not endorse TV evangelists
I believe in love surviving death into eternity

I believe in Karma what you give is what you get returned
I believe you can't appreciate real love until you've been burned
I believe the grass is more greener on the other side
I believe you don't know what you've got until you say goodbye
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(no subject) [Sep. 29th, 2005|08:50 pm]
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[Feeellliiinngggsss |determineddetermined]
[surrounding noises... |people typing]

Don't ever type "cellulite" into a Google Image search.

Doing my laundry for the first time this year!
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Lost and Found USB [Sep. 28th, 2005|01:42 pm]
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[surrounding noises... |People talking in computer lab]

So I had the most disheartening experience yesterday when I discovered that I had lost my USB hard drive, thumb drive, flash drive, whatever you wanna call it so that I can find it... I checked almost everywhere for it! I think I lost a couple of pounds running around campus, and I should apologize to everyone in my chamber music class for how smelly I must have been!....Collapse )
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Life without the internet... [Sep. 12th, 2005|08:50 pm]
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[surrounding noises... |other people typing on library computers]

Well actually, my life isn't really without the internet, it's just that I've decided not to have the internet in my dorm room which = lots of time in computer labs....So...I may not die with 21 hours of class, we'll see. This is my first week with all 21 honking hours..I got a job with the UT parking and transportation so I'll be helping people park their cars for the Rice game...for 9$ an hour wooo! Only thing is, I need to find a hat and a folding chair...Um and I'm also playing bassoon with the UT Opera Society at a Hurricane Katrina benefit concert wooo...lastly, my PR teacher told me today which school was the best school for Public Relations...and guess what school it was? University of Maryland at College Park...life is ironic:-D...the Catholic Longhorns for Life meeting was fun we have a bunch of new students and it's just fun not being a freshman..I don't think I need to say much more than UT vs Ohio woooo
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(no subject) [Sep. 3rd, 2005|01:44 pm]
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Look at my piggy bank after I bought gas YESTERDAY.

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teehee well I didn't really pay for gas yesterday though I did drive up to Fort Worth at 2 in the morning...
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Google thingy [Aug. 26th, 2005|12:51 am]
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the different faces of maria...

Originally uploaded by Maria Supalami.

Originally uploaded by Maria Supalami.

Directions: Type "(your name) is" , (with the quotes) into a Google search, cut-and-paste the first 10 responses that work. Just pull the answers right out of the excerpt google shows you, don't click the link and search around. The only rule is that each one has to start with "(your name) is"

(I bent the "responses that work" rule but it's still funny)
1. Sweet Maria's is a Certified Organic Coffee Handler by California Organic
2. Maria is known nation-wide as the "Barbecue Capital of the World
3. works exhibited by the Black Maria Film and Video Festival explore the human condition as well as the creative potential of the medium.
4. Maria is mortally wounded at 15.30 by her neighbor, Alessandro Serenelli, who attacked her with intent to sexually abuse her. He was 20 years old. (Saint Maria Goretti, a brave, honorable girl-pray for us!)
5. Maria is a Colombian teenager who, for a large paycheck, agrees to be a mule for drug-runners: she has to swallow dozens of thumb-sized capsules of heroin and smuggle them into New York. This debilitating process is painstakingly described, and of course not everything goes as planned when Maria and her fellow mules land in America.
6.The Vrouw Maria, (Lady Mary, i.e. The Virgin Mary) a two-masted wooden merchant ship loaded with a precious cargo including works of art belonging to Catherine the Great of Russia, sets sail for St Petersburg. A month into the voyage the Vrouw Maria is caught in a vicious autumnal storm, close to an archipelago of thousands of islands off southwest Finland. The storm drives the Vrouw Maria on to rocks near the island of Jurmo, a collision which shears off its rudder. And although the Captain, Reynoud Lorenz, and his crew are able to briefly land on a small island, the storm soon builds up again and sinks the Vrouw Maria, with most of its treasures and other cargo still in the hold, on October 3rd, 1771. Only six paintings are salvaged.
7.If Maria is a criminal, then we are all criminals. (Guess the rest of you are safe...for now...)
8.Maria is about 17 x 9 km.
9. Maria is tops!
10. maria is 3 and 3/4
(a few extra cuz it's fun...I never say anything anyway)
11.maria is very familiar with the adoption process in china
12.maria is in a special fifth grade class that is just for hearing impaired childrenmaria is available 13.maria is available with or without exotic animals and has the costumes to fit any theme and bring a nonstop
14.maria is located at the feet of a vertical rock called la penna and extends into the shallow floodplain of the sangro
15.maria is spying on the court in the position of a waiting lady
16.maria is accepted once again as a priestess
17. maria is a reachability analyzer for concurrent systems that uses algebraic system nets
18. maria is a devout catholic
maria is by far the kookiest
maria is currently listed for a second liver transplant
maria is no
maria is the keystone to the problem
maria is considered more economically priced than nearby neighbors'
OOOH go here for more or try it yourself!
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(no subject) [Aug. 14th, 2005|12:41 pm]
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Go here (make sure pop up blocker is off in some cases)

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Ikea! [Aug. 12th, 2005|01:12 am]
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[surrounding noises... |Can You Feel the Love Tonight]

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Beth and I went to Ikea, look at my fun pictures!!

So I went to Ikea today! Thought the most interesting part of today was definitely sorting through various sized pvc pipe in order to fix my sink/air conditioning vent...anyways, pictures ho!
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The White Man's Burden by Rudyard Kipling [Aug. 8th, 2005|10:43 am]
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[Feeellliiinngggsss |amusedamused]
[surrounding noises... |Lawnmowers outside]

Wow, reading this poem and helping Michael analyze it was so exciting I almost considered being an english major...almost...

Take up the White Man's burden--
Send forth the best ye breed--
Go bind your sons to exile
To serve your captives' need;
To wait in heavy harness,
On fluttered folk and wild--
Your new-caught, sullen peoples,
Half-devil and half-child.

Take up the White Man's burden--
In patience to abide,
To veil the threat of terror
And check the show of pride;
By open speech and simple,
An hundred times made plain
To seek another's profit,
And work another's gain.

Take up the White Man's burden--
The savage wars of peace--
Fill full the mouth of Famine
And bid the sickness cease;
And when your goal is nearest
The end for others sought,
Watch sloth and heathen Folly
Bring all your hopes to nought.

Take up the White Man's burden--
No tawdry rule of kings,
But toil of serf and sweeper--
The tale of common things.
The ports ye shall not enter,
The roads ye shall not tread,
Go mark them with your living,
And mark them with your dead.

Take up the White Man's burden--
And reap his old reward:
The blame of those ye better,
The hate of those ye guard--
The cry of hosts ye humour
(Ah, slowly!) toward the light:--
"Why brought he us from bondage,
Our loved Egyptian night?"

Take up the White Man's burden--
Ye dare not stoop to less--
Nor call too loud on Freedom
To cloke your weariness;
By all ye cry or whisper,
By all ye leave or do,
The silent, sullen peoples
Shall weigh your gods and you.

Take up the White Man's burden--
Have done with childish days--
The lightly proferred laurel,
The easy, ungrudged praise.
Comes now, to search your manhood
Through all the thankless years
Cold, edged with dear-bought wisdom,
The judgment of your peers!

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Picture of me and mikey at the ranger's game!!!

Hopefully there will be a picture of the cool VW camper that Tim and I saw...

My sister's coming woohoo!!!
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Wanted:Verizon Cell Phone [Aug. 5th, 2005|10:58 am]
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[Feeellliiinngggsss |hopefulhopeful]

If anyone (or anyone's parents) uses verizon wireless as their cell phone provider please see if you (or your parents) have an old cell phone laying around that isn't in use. I am willing to pay $$$ to replace...the brick...

Yesterday was sooo much fun! Well, except the losing the credit card bit. But it's better than losing my entire wallet I guess! Six Flags was nice and the weather was great! And the Rangers game was actually (surprisingly) quite fun, I love fireworks! And after talking to Allison, I'm actually quite excited about going back to Austin! I can't believe Michael didn't lose his cell phone, he left it on his windshield and it made it all the way from arlington to flower mound...

Come see me honk my horn in Oliver! (7:30 Friday, Saturday, 2:30 Sunday) at Studio B on 407 and Morris!
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(no subject) [Aug. 2nd, 2005|10:22 pm]
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Crap, I got my cell phone wet...

On a brighter note, it looks like we're finally going to Six Flags! And I've got a Rangers game to boot.
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(no subject) [Jul. 28th, 2005|01:47 pm]
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[Feeellliiinngggsss |somber]

"Everyone who supported slavery was free. Everyone who supports abortion lived"
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(no subject) [Jul. 24th, 2005|10:06 pm]
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[Feeellliiinngggsss |sleepysleepy]
[surrounding noises... |Enemy-Eve 6]

Wow my last journal entry has generated the most attention I've recieved in a while. Lotta bang for my buck. Except it's free. Speaking of bucks, I'm glad Tim knows the worth of money...a penny saved is a penny earned:-D.

I watched a really good movie yesterday, What the Bleep do we know?. It's about quantum physics and how everyone controls their own destiny (and quote possibly the destiny of others similar to themselves in other dimensions/times). The most interesting tidbit I picked out of it was that as humans we can only learn from the past (not the future) and only change our future (not the past). But if we weren't ingrained with this notion of what we can control and what we can't, who's to say I couldn't change my past. It also makes me think of war trauma victims and those people who were hypnotized and drew maps of Russian missile silos...

If you didn't think that life in Flo Mo could be anything like Romeo and Juliet, think again. What if I could never get married because I want a mass and he doesn't?

I hated live journal because I wrote a long, exciting entry, but then I got up to answer the phone and when I came back the site had refreshed the page and everything was lost...

Engrain:to dye with cochineal or kermes
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