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Monday, November 8th, 2004
4:04 pm
If living in Preston means I have to see Christy grope Brett one more fucking time, I'm leaving. I'll fucking move in with meghan in West Quad.

My finance exam was brutal. All I feel is hate for Goto.

On a much better note, my shirts got here.

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Sunday, November 7th, 2004
5:48 pm
holy crap holy crap holyyyy crap.

I'm gonna make 40 bucks this week. what. what.

current mood: chipper

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4:05 pm
Look at the way,
We gotta hide what we're doin'.
Cause what would they say,
If they ever knew,
And so we're runnin' just as fast as we can,
Holdin' on to one another's hand.
Tryin' to get away into the night,
and then you put your arms around me as we tumble to the ground
and then you say,
I think we're alone now,
There doesn't seem to be anyone around.
I think we're alone now,
The beating of our hearts is the only sound.

This weekend was so nice. ahhh. But now i have to study because finance is evil. I want another weekend to get over this cold.

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Thursday, November 4th, 2004
9:23 pm
there are things going on right now in my life that I absolutely do not understand.
I may post about them later, I may not.
I put that record on, just to make a soundCollapse )
facebook is awesome, I've been talking to people who I haven't talked to since highschool.

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Wednesday, November 3rd, 2004
10:56 pm
well well well.

show tonight.

the first band sucky sucked sucked. Fred Durst gone wrong. ewww.

Seven Crowns is a band from England. The guy was even wearing a tshirt from a local football team in Bath. Overall they were awesome. A political metalxcore/punk type of band that is on its way up. The lead singer is sooo tall, which is abnormal, and he kept rolling his eyes around and bending around in a zombie sort of trance. It looked cool when he ould all of a sudden raise his hand to cue the drummer.

Caustic Christ was good. very short. they only played like seven songs.

we left after subhumans played a few songs because I felt like crap. :-/

current mood: crappy

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3:48 pm
me: geeez, have you gotten even taller?
him: no.
me: oh.
him: but I have gotten bigger. *grins and flexes his bicep in front of my face*
me: uhhh *laughing to try and cover up blushing*
him: are you coming to my class?
me: no, I'm going to mine, this is the third time all semester.
he laughes.

totally kept looking back and forth between my chest and my face. hahaha

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Tuesday, November 2nd, 2004
10:50 pm

I just ordered some tshirts online. I can't wait until they get here!

current mood: chipper

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3:48 pm

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Three things that scare me:
2losing people I care about
Three people who make me laugh:
Three Things I love:
Three Things I hate:
3people who focus on numero uno 24/7
Three things I don't understand:
Three things on my desk:
2music tabs
Three things I'm doing right now:
1rearranging my room
2thinking about making some easy mac
3thinking about putting up some posters
Three things I want to do before I die:
1master the guitar
2fall in love
3travel the world
Three things I can do:
Three ways to describe my personality:
Three things I can't do:
1understand people
2talk to anyone I want to

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Monday, November 1st, 2004
11:34 pm
Definately considering burning my absentee ballot to show how much dislike I have for this bullshit system.

I used to say that I was going to move to some part of Western Europe as soon as I graduated, like England, Ireland, or Scotland. This neverending election bullshit is very compelling.

And they better pull any crap in Florida about all the damage somehow affecting the voting processes. Those people have more important shit on their minds these days, like rebuilding their homes, lifestyles, and communities. We do not need any of that crap, especially since everyone has forgotten about the miles and miles of towns basically laid to waste. Just because we're not getting slammed again doesn't mean they're not still living in a fucking disaster zone.

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12:32 am - fuck yes kids
I still am hearing the slightly annoying ringing quite plainly in my ears above everything else. Where did I go on this Halloween night, you may ask?

to a show.

the Casualties

Lower Class Brats

Holy fucking shit my friends, I still can't say anything else.

so very good.

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Sunday, October 31st, 2004
1:25 am
Went to an old abandoned mill tonight. A bit on the rather creepy side, but it was fun. We managed to cover the whole first floor until giving up on trying to find a way up.

We're now looking up information on the mill. Sarah said that she read some story about a crazy overseer murdering some child laborers.
"Several years ago when children were forced to work, there was a mill that a deranged man owned. Many children died of exhaustion, and the owner put their bodies in the furnace. It is a high spiritual place, and there have been many odd happenings here, including the furnace mysteriously turning on and the sound of children crying. There is a story on this website in the hauntings section.?"
-some website about the mill being haunted...

Fun times.

My sister is fucking awesome, I love that clairebear. I can't wait for her to get out of that town.

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Saturday, October 30th, 2004
2:20 am
dum dee da dum...

show in tremont tonight, definately was fun. The place is big and pretty impressive, but the sound tonight just wasn't top quality. The were really good, don't get me wrong, and the pits were awesome. It was just bugging me while the first two bands were playing. Teddy also informed me that hes heard Zao sound better. ah well. When Misery Signals went on, it was like an explosion. I lost Teddy for about two minutes and got beer poured down my back.

I ran into that hardcore kid that I see everywhere and he hit the nail on the head. I saw him dance for a bit until Everytime I Die came on. We were so so close to the front, it was amazing. Sam was a little surprised to see me there, as he told me, but I'm glad he came up and tapped me on the shoulder. He said now he can stop and actually talk to me everytime we see each other, which is like all the time. hah, I knew I knew him!

As for hitting the nail on the head, after EID played, he was looking a little down at the fact that "that was the best sounding band tonight". We think it may be the acoustics, although I have barely anything to compare it to, though I doubt it was much of a diappointment because we agreed they were our main attraction and reason for hauling our butts up to Charlotte. (Bake, I left a message on your phone) They were really good, and it just rocked during the entire set. ahhhh.

Dillinger... I think sounded better in NBT last year, that was an awesome show. Who knows, those guys were having major issues with their equipment. Teddy was getting a bit testy about the bassist, haha.

Speaking of which, guess who got their butt pinched and a wink from a cute little scenesterette?

And that leads to my friend, whom I'd like to call "Numero Cinco"...

current mood: happy

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Friday, October 29th, 2004
2:34 am
bootyxshakingxcore. woot. woot.

That fucking fountain is cold, dude.

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Wednesday, October 27th, 2004
10:39 pm
Its amazing the memories that stay with you. The memories that last in your brain and eventually become labeled things like "the time I went to a foreign country and fell a little bit in love." It wasn't lasting, it was temporary, but it still makes me smile thinking about it.

I don't think I have felt this comfortable with myself, in my own skin, ever before.

current mood: nostalgic

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2:08 pm
OKay.. so I guess thinking that you had matured in this time, definately wrong. This could make me a little sad but instead the only sadness I feel is pity for you. So long, bitch, I officially give up.

On the best note for at least a few months, my dad found me a B&O turntable with a stereo, speakers, etc. The entire setup... for FREE. Yea. Damn. FUCKING. hella. fuck. yes.

This makes me smile uncontrollably for the first time since this summer.

I am very happy.

current mood: ecstatic

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1:12 am - making me smile...
mweeheehee. You know what? I'm over it, and if you can't accept this acknowledging that we were once friends, then you are an even bigger disappointment but it won't affect me.

"I know it hurts. But it's life, and it's real. And sometimes it fucking hurts, but it's life, and it's pretty much all we got."

"This is not over. I'm not putting a period at the end of anything. I'm putting like... an ellipses on it."

"If you don't laugh at yourself, life is going to seem a lot longer than you want it to."

"This is your one opportunity to do something that no one has ever done before and that no one will copy throughout human existence. And if nothing else, you will be remembered as the one guy who ever did this. This one thing."

"My mom always says that, when she can see i'm like working something out in my head, she's like, 'you're in it right now' and I'm looking at you're telling this story, and you're definitely in it."

"You'll see when you move out it just sort of happens one day one day and it's just gone. And you can never get it back. It's like you get homesick for a place that doesn't exist. I mean it's like this right of passage, you know. You won't have this feeling again until you create a new idea of home for yourself, you know, for you kids, for the family you start, it's like a cycle or something. I miss the idea of it. Maybe that's all family really is. A group of people who miss the same imaginary place."

current mood: calm

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Tuesday, October 26th, 2004
12:36 pm
I just don't get it... why?

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1:28 am
Its the littlest things that can bring you down, and then you run into someone who has one of the big problems that puts you in perspective. I think Meg is being so extremely brave during this time with Danny. I cannot even imagine what it must feel like for her, the fear, and so I admire her for it. She is being loyal, despite the pain it may cause her. She said to me, "I'm only twenty years old, we're so young". We are so young, and there is still a world of endless possibilities to come. On the other hand, life is short. We don't know when it is going to end. That isn't to say that we should take outerworldly chances whenever the opportunity arrives. Instead, each day should be lived to its fullest extent and worth, meaning to do at least one thing you love or spend even the smallest amount of time conversing with someone different and special in one way or another.

I know losing someone in any way is one of my biggest fears...

Meg - I'll be keeping you and Danny in my thoughts tomorrow.

current mood: bittersweet

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Monday, October 25th, 2004
6:03 pm
I'm going to speak to housing about moving out of Preston end of the semester.

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Sunday, October 24th, 2004
5:09 pm
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