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January 31st, 2008

12:57 pm - In 31 words or less...
I made up my mind.

Dear few readers, an experiment. See where it takes me.


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October 15th, 2007

06:37 pm
Charles Day Morris
October 27, 1927 - October 15, 2007

My grandfather has died, of a heart attack.

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September 30th, 2007

12:25 pm
Ruth L. McCortney
October 23, 1906 - September 30, 2007

My great-grandmother has passed away.

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August 18th, 2007

07:56 pm
Bozart was put to sleep early this afternoon. I'll miss him.

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July 5th, 2007

12:02 pm
My name is Jay, I'm 20 years old, and this made me teary-eyed around 12:40 this morning.

I need to return to writing comic Livejournal entries if I'm going to keep writing in it at all. I welcome any suggestions for themes about which I can try to be funny.
Current Music: Blagoslovi - Rachmaninoff

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June 13th, 2007

01:45 pm - GOOOOOOOOOL! (no dings)
Two lovely months, as of today!

I had an adventure in the kitchen this afternoon: black beans and Spam. I used a little too much Canola oil, apparently, and the pan and Spam kept spitting at me. It was actually quite good. My cooking prowess now also encompasses luncheon meat.

I'm wearing a sexy mask! You can't see me!

It's bright and shiny out and I just heard thunder. This weather is confusing my plans to finish painting my British neighbor's fence by the end of the week. He's a cool, cool guy, and he's building a deck on the side of his house, just for something to do. He ends every phone conversation with a very fast "Cheers mate bye". Hearing that is like the feeling fictional preteens get when the cool older kids call them "dude" or otherwise reify them, except less pitiful.

I was half-watching the NBA Finals last night (read: it was on and I was flipping channels) when I found Telemundo's coverage of the cosmologically inconsequential Guatemala-Trinidad and Tobago soccer game. Nothing, but nothing, is more entertaining than Spanish-language fútbol broadcasts. The announcers should consider moonlighting in opera.

Like Alina, I have book reading suggestions, by which I mean I'm going to name some of the books in my immediate vicinity: Dangerous Drug Interactions by Joe and Teresa Graedon; Prairy Erth by William Least Heat-Moon; Rand McNally's Road Atlas 2003; Drawing Wildlife by someone Amberlyn; and The Art of Robert Bateman. It has a fox painting on the front.

I'm foxy!
Current Mood: amusedsee? foxy!
Current Music: B.O.B. ~ OutKast

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June 5th, 2007

11:15 pm - Yay America!
My brother's Boy Scout merit badges were made in China.
Current Mood: flirtyoutsourced
Current Music: A Boy and a Girl ~ Duke Chorale

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May 31st, 2007

10:19 pm - I can't spell
Rachael called me from Bath, England, today.

Wicked. I'm happy. She said "Wish you were here." I wanna go somewhere.

And Canada is not allowed to win our spelling bee. So they didn't. I'm excited about So You Think You Can Dance. I like Hok.
Current Mood: coldwanderlust II

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May 28th, 2007

06:52 pm - Ding Ding Goooooooal
From a somewhat recent National Geographic insert on the worldwide popularity of football (soccer):

"Athens, 2004: Blind soccer debuts at the Paralympics. Players follow the sound of a bell in the ball."

Yes, but does the goal ding, too? Do the players ding? I... just... the... I'm an awful person for the hilarious mental images this conjures up. It's great.
Current Mood: naughtynaughty

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May 26th, 2007

12:42 am - Birthminute Post
Once again, the world has failed in its ever-feebler attempts to stop me from achieving a higher age value. As a reward for my continued rebellion, Rachael has bestowed upon me the second season of Arrested Development. It will be a good day.
Current Mood: chipperbirthday

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