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Old 04-16-2008, 03:10 AM   #76
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This place has gone to the dogs.
You can talk, Mr Fenway Park/Disneyland/Mars.
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hey americans, who remembers Highlights for Children from your dentist's office or whatever? for some reason they have sent me the feb. and may. editions to my college mailbox......

hidden pictures is still awesome!
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And what type of pictures would those be?
lol, nothing sexy, sorry. pictures of me drunk and in compromising positions have been long since deleted.

i do really weird stuff in public. like, i was eating soup, and i was done with it. we had extra lemon slices on the table, so i put them in the soup and pretended i was eating lemon slice soup. or ummm...if an emo sounding song comes on i'll grab the knife and start pretending to slit my wrists and crying. i like embarrassing myself in restaurants, really.
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hey americans, who remembers Highlights for Children from your dentist's office or whatever? for some reason they have sent me the feb. and may. editions to my college mailbox......

hidden pictures is still awesome!
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You can talk, Mr Fenway Park/Disneyland/Mars.
He was planning on using "A place called Vertigo" as a location.


I can't prove it, but he was.
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Can you imagine that kind of repetition coupled with the utter lack of social drama high school entails?

It's enough to turn you emo, without a machine worth rising against.
i mostly tried to avoid social drama, i'd say it balanced out between me getting a kick out of it/being entertained and me being aggravated or bothered or wasting time on it.

but the other thing i hated about my high school (which was 7th grade on) was the lack of creativity, and lack of choice for electives
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You can talk, Mr Fenway Park/Disneyland/Mars.
I find no need to go to any little run-down po-dunk towns when there are so many interesting places to see, Mr. Clayton.
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hey americans, who remembers Highlights for Children from your dentist's office or whatever? for some reason they have sent me the feb. and may. editions to my college mailbox......

hidden pictures is still awesome!
FUCK YES. Hidden pictures is always awesomrific. Used to solve those with my mother when I was little.
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He was planning on using "A place called Vertigo" as a location.


I can't prove it, but he was.


By "He", LM means himself (as he's talking in 3rd person, obviously). If I was to take us anywhere in a U2 song, it'd probably be somewhere like Sommerhill.
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now they have a website! so on the hidden pictures page it directs you to the web for answers, and they have plugs for it in other places too!
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I find no need to go to any little run-down po-dunk towns when there are so many interesting places to see, Mr. Clayton.


I see no reason to go to run-of-the-mill places with mundane names when there are places with funny or unusual names to visit.
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i mostly tried to avoid social drama, i'd say it balanced out between me getting a kick out of it/being entertained and me being aggravated or bothered or wasting time on it.

but the other thing i hated about my high school (which was 7th grade on) was the lack of creativity, and lack of choice for electives
Yeah, the electives I have are consistently terrible. This year, it was between plane geometry and chemistry. Since I hate anything involving mathematics and I've always been a science/biology nerd, it was a relatively easy choice.

Next year, I get poli-sci, which should be cool.
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He was planning on using "A place called Vertigo" as a location.


I can't prove it, but he was.
I am disappointed that Wikipedia lists no places called Vertigo.
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