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Old 06-21-2008, 12:17 PM   #931
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And indeed it is.

What's up?
Not a lot...after going to sleep at 3am, I just woke up about 30 minutes ago.

Debating about how to spend my afternoon, need to decide in the next 45 minutes.

Exciting stuff, if exciting means "not very exciting".
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I don't know.

Think I could have the numbers for the others? Also, I just sent you a message.
I'm impressed, somebody else who uses proper grammar in texts. (My own suffer from a lack of capitalisation because my phone sucks and I can't figure out how to make any letter but the very first of the message a capital!)

I'll e-mail you the numbers I have.

As for plans, since I've got nothing on past my exam, name any time and date and I can be there. Which has been part of the problem, since it seems none of us are able to say "only this day is good for me". We need things to plan around!
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Unless Africa by Toto was playing on another station (which it almost always is).
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ugh, i feel like i shouldn't even bother trying to navigate this thread on such little sleep. maybe it's time for another pill
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Orange Crush is the first favourite song I ever had, back when I was three, so it always seems special to me.

On Automatic, my favourite is quite strongly Drive. Ignoreland's definitely in my top five, maybe even top three.
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But I really dislike Automatic For The People.
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I'm impressed, somebody else who uses proper grammar in texts. (My own suffer from a lack of capitalisation because my phone sucks and I can't figure out how to make any letter but the very first of the message a capital!)
ugh, i hate when people turn illiterate when they text. i see shit get abbreviated so badly, sometimes even i can't figure out what they're saying.
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Not a lot...after going to sleep at 3am, I just woke up about 30 minutes ago.

Debating about how to spend my afternoon, need to decide in the next 45 minutes.

Exciting stuff, if exciting means "not very exciting".
3am, ouch - I'm afraid I'll be having such a night, too. The day's gone by too quickly. What time is it there, now?
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Seriously, sleep is a bitch.

I accidentally stayed up later than I meant to. It was probably at least 4:30 before I got to sleep. And I woke up at like... 9 AM. WHAT THE HELL, BRAIN. It's Saturday! I wanted to sleep until noon!
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I'm impressed, somebody else who uses proper grammar in texts. (My own suffer from a lack of capitalisation because my phone sucks and I can't figure out how to make any letter but the very first of the message a capital!)

I'll e-mail you the numbers I have.

As for plans, since I've got nothing on past my exam, name any time and date and I can be there. Which has been part of the problem, since it seems none of us are able to say "only this day is good for me". We need things to plan around!
My texts are always done with proper spelling, grammar, etc. My IM's, too. I'm way too anal in that regard to operate in any other manner.
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3am, ouch - I'm afraid I'll be having such a night, too. The day's gone by too quickly. What time is it there, now?
Here in Chicago, it's 11:23am. It's not like I was out galavanting around town or anything (I'm too old for that now, sadly) ....I just am a night owl, and it's more pronounced when I've not got work the next day.
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Bonnie, just sent some numbers to you.
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ugh, i hate when people turn illiterate when they text. i see shit get abbreviated so badly, sometimes even i can't figure out what they're saying.
It irritates the daylights out of me. Even people who spell properly in IMs seem to go to shit in texts.

Though I must admit I sometimes omit apostrophes if I'm trying to avoid going over the character limit. I figure I'd rather omit an apostrophe than go one character over the limit and get charged for a second text!
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My texts are always done with proper spelling, grammar, etc. My IM's, too. I'm way too anal in that regard to operate in any other manner.
but its so easy just to let go of your grammar and shit nsw

am i right?
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My texts are always done with proper spelling, grammar, etc. My IM's, too. I'm way too anal in that regard to operate in any other manner.
I don't know any other way to write. The way my brain is wired, I could not consciously choose to make a spelling or grammatical error. What I mentioned in my last post about cutting apostrophes to save on sending multiple texts pains me each time I do it, but I need to watch my credit since I'm on pre-paid rather than any kind of neat plan.
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I'm impressed, somebody else who uses proper grammar in texts. (My own suffer from a lack of capitalisation because my phone sucks and I can't figure out how to make any letter but the very first of the message a capital!)

I'll e-mail you the numbers I have.

As for plans, since I've got nothing on past my exam, name any time and date and I can be there. Which has been part of the problem, since it seems none of us are able to say "only this day is good for me". We need things to plan around!
Haha, thanks. It's okay, my phone doesn't believe there's such a thing as an apostrophe, which can be frustrating.

I agree, we need to figure something out. That's why I want the numbers badly. Also it'd be good if we could have one last chat here to figure things out. I think on Wednesday afternoon/night my brother will be seeing some of his friends, so it'd be good if we could plan something then. Could be either Wednesday or Thursday. I wanted to spend the first day or two getting used to everything, maybe meet up with another friend for lunch, nothing big.
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