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Thursday, January 1st, 2009

Subject:lnan
Time:4:45 am.
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Saturday, December 10th, 2005

Time:12:37 pm.
Art History final (remember the midterm?) - bomb-diggity fucking kicked it's ass!!

Mmmmm, feels nice.
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Sunday, November 27th, 2005

Time:1:40 am.
I really need to start calling the police more often.

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2005/11/26/LIQUOR.TMP

Would you call the police if you saw a dude get off the bus at the same time as you, pull a 5-iron golf club out of nowhere, flip it around a few times and then return it to a hidden position in one of his pant legs?

I didn't...
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Friday, November 18th, 2005

Time:9:53 pm.
Wow, I don't do these things. What's wrong with me? My procrastination is having to evolve I guess...

Go to your library. How many songs?
4427

How many Days/Hours/Minutes/Seconds would it take you to listen to your whole Library/Playlist?
12 days 16 hours 8 minutes 18 seconds

How much memory on your Hard Drive does your music occupy?
21.66 gigs

Sort by song title:
First: +/- Trapped Under Ice Floes
Last: Zwan - Ride a Black Swan

Sort by time:
Shortest: Empty.mp3 (0:03)
Longest: DJ Food - Raiding The 20th Century (Words & Music Expansion) feat. Strictly Kev, Paul Morley & a cast of thousands...

Sort by album:
First: ¡Simpatico! - Velocity Girl
Last: () - Sigur Rós

Top Five Most Played Songs:
1. Los Mocosos - Hey Mama
2. Mew - Eight Flew Over One Was Destroyed
3. Kaiser Chiefs - I Predict A Riot
4. Jolie Holland - Old Fashioned Morphine
5. Kristin Hersh - Your Dirty Answer

First song that comes up on Shuffle:
Dayna Kurtz - Love Where Did You Go?

Find "sex", How many songs come up?
26 - mostly from a band calle Circle Jerks?

Find "death", How many songs come up?
17 - Mostly a very good set of songs. Say something about me?

Find "love", How many songs come up?
221, bah.
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Sunday, October 23rd, 2005

Subject:A pleasant evening.
Time:11:07 pm.

A pleasant evening.
The photographic recipe.
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Sunday, October 9th, 2005

Time:4:38 pm.
Mood: amused.
Fascinating factoid of today: my current bottle of shampoo was purchased in May of 2004.

17 months and it's still going. Honestly, I do wash my hair!
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Thursday, September 29th, 2005

Time:1:45 am.
Mood: sleepy.
Cereal is my comfort food. The obsession is unbelievable. It's my breakfast, it's dessert after a perfectly filling meal, and it's often a midnight snack. I find myself wondering a lot what makes a comfort food such...did they exist prior to mass manufactured food? What was comfort food for Lucy? I'm sure she had the same psychological need at times that I have. One of the most important aspects of comfort food must be that it's like a perfect friend, always there, very pleasant, and ready to tend to you with minimal effort.

I guess this means that cereal is my new best friend. Maybe I should consider again bridging that cultural divide between myself and my roommates, and all of their culturally aligned friends.
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Wednesday, September 28th, 2005

Time:1:49 am.
Mood:productive.
So a rumination that I've always had, whenever I'm walking on a familiar route, with at least a semi-determined intent to get to my destination, is what exactly my state of mind will be when I reach certain points along the route? What's it going to feel like when I pass that tree 200 feet ahead? What about the possibility that I never _will_ pass that tree 200 feet ahead?

Truly, it's the most believable method of seeing the future. Since there's very little chance that I _won't_ pass that tree, and since I know pretty much what it will feel like to walk on by, I have this weird sensation of being aware of the future. There's just a very small chance that I'll be wrong.

Why has this captured my fascination for so long? The first time I remember ever being struck by it was in 5th grade, walking past my elementary school's music room. The most recent...well, about an hour ago, walking across my university campus.

.

.


On another hand, I've been taking and printing mad photos. Thank god for finally getting my hands dirty!





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Thursday, May 19th, 2005

Subject:wow
Time:10:12 pm.
In the main stacks, trying to write a paper.

A woman just came in and swabbed down a 10 foot section of table with handwipes before she would set her stuff on it. Oddly enough, she is unpacking all that stuff from a bag sitting on the floor. Hypochondriac much?

It's certainly great procrastination fodder though.
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Thursday, March 17th, 2005

Time:9:56 pm.
Coolest website I've visited in ages. He chills around his house and sings to you!! Awesome...

http://www.billyharveymusic.com/
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Friday, February 18th, 2005

Time:12:13 am.
So, UC Berkeley decidedly needs to pay some people to come down from Washington or Oregon and teach fucking umbrella etiquette. I swear to you, they're goddamned umbrella drones. And they're everywhere. I'm not sure I'll make it through the week with my eyes intact.


In other news, my art teacher is in love with the prototypical morose art geek who is a decently intelligent girl, but excellent at dropping names of historical artists.

"Adrianna, what do you think of this piece?"
"Blah blah blah blah blah."
"Oh, yes...that's a very astute observation. Mmm hmm. Yes. Good! Absolutely... [Come into my office and let me fuck your artsy indie brains out.]"


I'm so fucking tired of art.

"Umm, like...this represents me, because, like...it looks like me. You know?"

"The crack in her painting must represent internal conflict. Blah fucking blah [15 minutes later] Actually, I had it up on a shelf last night and it fell off...I couldn't redo it this morning so I just glued it together."



Okay, complaints done. Hi!
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Friday, February 4th, 2005

Time:11:29 pm.
Plant seeds....and leave them.


That's all I have to say.

As a watched pot never boils, a watched seed never blossoms. Plant 'em and watch what happens.
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Monday, November 1st, 2004

Subject:DON'T VOTE, PARTICIPATE!
Time:10:07 pm.
So here's the deal. Everyone says go out and VOTE for the president, but FUCK THAT.

Most of you (!?) are from Northern California, which means your vote for president really doesn't have any significance. It's pretty much already decided.

The other offices and measures on your ballot are much more significant and relevant things for you to vote on.


But still, WE ALL CARE ABOUT GETTING THAT FUCK UP OUTTA HERE, right?

So here's the deal: GO JOIN A MOVEON CALLER PARTY TOMORROW FOR A FEW HOURS!!! They've got call lists of people in swing states, and just think, if you call 20 people and get 10 of them to go out and vote, well shit that's pretty damn significant compared to your one vote. Plus it looks like good fun!

http://action.moveon.org/gotv/ - Checkit!
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Sunday, October 31st, 2004

Subject:ABSOLUTE MUST WATCH
Time:4:15 am.
http://www.illwillpress.com/tech.html

Fucking outsourcing bastards.

That's all!
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Thursday, August 5th, 2004

Time:12:07 am.
I've been thinking.

And so have others apparently.

Friday night/Saturday morning should see a recommencement of cool-people Denny's pandomonium. Tess Bryant, among many others, should attend. It seems she disappeared awhile back, and should make a grand reappearance.

Those not present in Sonoma County should have a sibling Denny's get-together at the same time, and our various groups can be together in spirit.

Let's make plans...
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Sunday, August 1st, 2004

Time:3:45 pm.
http://www.livejournal.com/community/craftgrrl/4063701.html#cutid1
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Monday, July 26th, 2004

Time:9:59 pm.
Kid Jem here. Okay, so here's the swing. 5 hours ago, making the ritual trip to the post office in order to prolong the return to a slightly stressful homelife, and what arrives but a postcard from the sis. I'm not too sure how long its been since I've seen her; something on the order of a week, but who keeps precise track of the days anyway? The family said she was at camp or something...

It had occured that she wasn't around recently, but the little gal is so busy who ever knows if she's taken off away somewhere, or just at one of her multitude of various activities. As the famed Nina Acuna has said, a postcard was a pleasant surprise and a joy to read. The big shocker? Postmarked Lakewood, Wisconsin. A few quick, mundane sentences scrawled about how sleeping is difficult as a traveler and how long highway rides start to hurt, along with a photo on the front of a big arrow sign pointing out over a lake. (Which has something to do with the state's motto, apparently.)

I'm at a loss as to why she left, period, and why to Wisconsin of all places. Everyone we know from Wisconsin has ended up divorced, on drugs, ditched by their parents or blackmailed for money. And that's just one family... Except for the girl who graduated second in her class at NYU only to move on to law school at Stanford. From the same family...

That's all beside the point however, because the sis was four years of age the only time she ever saw Wisconsin, and we still don't know how the fuck she got back there.

She says she's been swimming in a lot of drip pools (??), and that they're drinking coffee with a minimum of 4 sugar cubes to each cup. Crazy fucking kid...

I wish I had the balls to do this at that age. Should I tell the family? Can anyone afford a plane ticket to Wisconsin?

Jesus...
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Friday, July 23rd, 2004

Time:8:39 am.
Is anyone coming to the velvet teen show tonight?

Need a ride, or want to pool up?

I would be sad to go alone...

Call me today, prior to 5. 303-6807
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Tuesday, July 20th, 2004

Time:12:40 pm.
July 23, 2004
Petaluma, CA
@ Phoenix Theatre
The Velvet Teen's "Elysium" CD Release Show!
w/ Inventing Edward, Desert City Soundtrack, and The Americas.
6pm. $7. AA.


I hear it's a pretty album. And it would be old school. Anyone in?
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Wednesday, June 16th, 2004

Subject:Possibly the most exciting life I've ever heard about in Sonoma County
Time:12:45 am.
Numerous residents taken in by mysterious woman with cloudy past who posed as missionary

Extra extra. Read all about it!
http://www.pressdemocrat.com/local/news/15widow_a1.html
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