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November 20, 2005

somewhat recently:

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Art exhibition type thing last night, completely bizarre. The first exhibit I saw was people eating rice in front of a projector screen with fucking on it. Time lapse photography, lights, goldfish bowls, scavenger hunt, mock political survey, man masturbating to the beat of a pendulum. Certainly, Sir played. I’m so glad I got to see them. Free buffet.

I get high and go to the movies.

Harry Potter review: Emma Watson is hot. Voldemort’s fetus was the funniest thing I’ve ever seen. I almost cried when Cedric died.

Chicken Little review: worst movie of all time.

Rene and I went to McDonald’s and she asked if they still had the “chicken dinner.” We went to Boston to see Rooney and missed them. Left before we had to endure the All-American Rejects.

Crystalyn and I got addicted to cigarettes :(:( but we got to ride the T for free, because we didn’t have change.

I gave blood and then couldn’t walk without falling down for a couple hours.

Went to Boston and drank with Emily.

Me and Rod got carded at Tortilla Sam’s. BYOB WTF

November 8, 2005

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Hello. Things are going swimmingly. I’m picking out classes for next semester and it’s kind of nervewracking, especially since I’m a freshman, by the time I go to register the classes I want might be filled? I have a tentative schedule picked out though, and if I can get it, it would make my life. I’m nervous about the future but I think it will be fun. Some literature (intro & american); basic music class; intro to logic; photography I. All afternoon classes, nothing on Friday.

I’m still intrigued every day by the beauty of autumn; I don’t know why I never noticed it before, the other 17 times I’ve seen this season come around. I enjoy waking up and driving to school, especially if my car is warm from sitting in the sun, and I don’t have to rush. The little things.

Tonight was Gratitude at the Axis. Drove in, made it to Boston, then I took a wrong turn (or 9) and ended up in Chelsea, nowhere near our intended destination. A Burger King, a bridge, and walking in circles to find the T stop, and eventually we got there. It was such a great show. I can’t even tell you. I haven’t smiled that hard at a concert in forever. “Lukewarm” is a wonderful song.

Sometimes I feel like I want a girlfriend but I’m really just too lazy to find one.

October 19, 2005

i will follow you into the dark..

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Another COMPLAINING ABOUT COLLEGE post. I HATE COLLEGE. I don’t think I’m doing this again next year. There is only 1 class that I like, and I’m not even learning anything.. I just like it.

Right now I’m supposed to be writing some “letter to the editor” for my english class, but I don’t want to do it because there is NO POINT. I’m not learning anything by doing it. FUCK what is this, high school?

Oh yeah, I’m the Business Manager for the school paper.. I have to organize all this advertising stuff, and invoice people, and do budgeting, and I’m really backed up and I’m afraid people are going to hate me.

I just want to sit here and listen to gangsta rap. And spoon with someone.

Death Cab last night was awesome. They seriously played every song I ever wanted them to play, including Photobooth and I Was A Kaliedoscope, which made me think of Rachel because 3 years ago before we really knew each other, she told me to download that song and then we hung out and listened to it and it was the first time we hung out. I love Rachel. Went with Rene, Eric L, and his girlfriend. Met up with Tiel between sets. It was a good time.

SO GOOD, in fact, that Crystalyn and I are attending Death Cab’s performance in Providence this weekend. I’m excited because, though I don’t miss Death Cab, I dearly miss Crystalyn and can’t wait for Saturday.

July 28, 2005

rockin the plastic like a man from the catskills!

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my grandmother: I bought that CD by that band The Decemberists you told me about, I really like it. They’re weird. For once you listened to something that isn’t total crap.
me: That’s good, I’m glad you liked it.
grandmother: Now how about that band, what do you call them, Green Day. Are they any good? What are they, that rock and roll crap?

My hand is almost bleeding from so many dood guys giving me high-fives!
Don’t listen to whatever Sean tells you. We went to OAR last night and he loved it. Okay, maybe not. But I had fun. He gets us into good shows.. sorry I don’t have any connections besides the ones to get us into OAR for free.

The funny thing about the crowd was that they all dressed the same (striped polo, collar up; khaki cargo shorts; Red Sox or American Eagle cap, faded). I can’t really make fun, though, because everyone at a show I would normally go to (including myself) looks pretty much the same. I think Sean and I both felt out of place. Dude guys made him get up and dance. It was funny though.

In conclusion, my grandma likes the Decemberists, dude guys love OAR, and Sean loves dude guys.

And I graduated today. Discuss.

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