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I love many things in life, but I really love music, movies, and everything vampire. I'm a bit of a nerd, but I have a full range of things I've been called. I'm doing the college thing at the moment and that is keeping me busy.
I found matazone a while ago, I went as LGG for Halloween last year, though no one knew what I was supposed to be. LGG is my favorite, though I am developing a fondness for Mr. Snaffleburger.
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22 Nov 2004
I've been sick with a cold for over a week now, nothing to special about that. Anyway my roomies have both left for Thanksgiving, which means the place is extremely quiet and boring. Anyway, I live staying up, but on Saturday night I looked at the clock and said, "It's midnight and I'm sick, I'm going to bed." Again nothing special.
Except for the fact that I woke up a little less than half an hour ago, making it 1 PM on Monday. I slept through SUNDAY! And half of Monday. Mind you I have to write an Economics paper, do laundry, and clean up my stuff in a little more than 24 hours. I mean... you aren't supposed to be able to sleep like unless, your like... I don't even know, I didn't sleep like that when I was hospitalized for various things that have happened.
Okay, done now. Have to go and work and do stuff I was supposed to have two days to do and now have one. Happy happy joy joy.
16 Nov 2004
Well, what to say. Never been to good at these silly little things, which is why I've been avoiding it.
I'm in college in a small town in California called Arcata, but most of the time I just refer to it as Hippytown, USA. I spent half my life in California, starting from 3 months till 9 1/2 years to the day. I then spent the next 8 1/2 years living Korea. I finally came back to the States this summer to work almost the entire summer and then start school. My dad works for the government (he was never in the military) and my mom is a teacher. And no, I don't speak Korean. I'm crap with languages, except for German and then I'm only passable. My family is all really politically aware and active, even though it sometimes made our life difficult cause we were all liberal and most of the military just isn't.
So how did I end up here? Don't remember exactly. I think I was looking for some new webcomics cause the first one I had started reading hadn't updated in forever and LGG was one of the recomendations. I went as LGG for Halloween last year and I have pictures. LGG is still my favorite, but having discover Mr. Snaffleburger that is definately a close second. I really like all of the comics though I have a hard time explaining this too my roomies, they think I'm a loon and I'm happy to let them. They don't understand why I mutter Ba Ba Blacksheep under my breath whenever they tell the muffin joke.
Er... can't think of anything else to put. Want to know more? Ask me. I won't bite, promise. (Well, I might. But not too hard... okay, can't promise that either.)
13 Nov 2004
Maybe I'm missing something, but everyone at my school used to go on about how creepy Slipknot was and how disturbing their music was ... yada yada yada, typical crap. Well, I started listening to a lot of music I didn't listen to before and one of the bands has been Slipknot because it popped up on my little yahoo music video player. I was listening and yeah the voices are distorted a little and some of the masks they wear are pretty bizare, but the music itself sounded pretty mainstream to me, especially the choruses on the songs I have heard Vermillion and Duality.
They just... well, they didn't leave me as creeped out as I thought they were supposed to or was the whole they are creepy and evil thing just the typical stupidity of my old school?
5 Nov 2004
My sister spent the past month working for the Kerry Campaign at the national headquarters in Washington D.C. so if any of you called you may just have talked to her. She worked the phones many days sometimes there for over 8 hours a day, with a two hour trip there each way and working 4-6 days a week especially the last week when she worked every day. She answered several hundred calls a day. Some were boring, others depressing, but about 3 or 4 a day were the crazy calls. What I am about to tell you are real calls she recieved while working there, many of which I heard today after my four hour talk with her.
One of her first calls involved a very religious woman from the South who called to say she was voting for Kerry. She was she was doing this because she was convinced that Bush had started Armagedon and that he may very well be the Anti-Christ. She had numerous qoutes from Revelations as proof of this, but my sister unfortunately having no knowledge of the book could not remember them.
Another was a man who politely called to tell her that while he did not mean to upset or offend her, that Kerry should not be running for president as he was unfit for service and should have in fact been executed for treason in the 1970s. He again apologized, repeated that he did not mean to offend her, and promptly hung up.
Ms. Gail Anders called daily to say that she wanted to interview Senator Kerry as she was sure an interview between him and her (a disabled woman) would be sure to win him sympathy and eventually the presidency. She would later say that by not granting this interview they were tampering with the election process and she actually took it to court. It was dismissed in ten minutes.
My favorite though occured on Tuesday while she was working from 3-6. A woman from Utah called to ask if what she had done seemed alright to the campaign. She had been talking with a man in Pennsylvania who was a firm Nader fan who planned to vote for him. She agreed to vote for Nader if he would vote for Kerry in Pennsylvania (considered a key battleground state). My sister and the other volunteers agreed this was a good deal as Utah was already a lost cause for the Kerry campaign.
I hope that at least made you smile, even if the out come might not have.
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