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Old 07-15-2008, 01:15 PM   #811
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I'm Catholic. I believe in God and Jesus and all, but not in organized religion. As soon as I leave for college, that's it for me and church.
Yeah, when I believed, I couldn't handle organised religion. Kate's church scared the shit out of me. I mean, if you can tell that I am visibly pale, you know something's wrong.
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Old 07-15-2008, 01:16 PM   #812
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Right now, I'm just procrastinatory. I have an entry I want to make, have been wanting to make for about five days now, but I just haven't gotten around to it. Got to upload photos and stuff first. And then there's one I've been meaning to make for over a month that'll be damn hard to write and who knows when/if it will happen.

My blog's pretty much my outlet for my thoughts on everything. And I'm a serious bastard too, so it's never a recount of my day or anything like that, but my thoughts on music and politics and theology and what's happening in the world. And my over-excitedness about the rugby and cricket.

I suspect approximately zero people read the series, but I'm proud of it and think it's one of the best things I've written!
Yeah, that was my problem. I kept having entries I wanted to make but then I'd never get around to making them and things like that. Procrastination for the win. (Btw, I still haven't gotten up for food. )

I don't really do recounts of my day so much as if someone pisses me off, I just bitch about them, or if I'm feeling particularly low, I can review it and maybe see what had me like that and fix it. Or I post occasional pics of Bono wearing blue shades. (Don't ask, I'm not even really sure, but I love his blue sunglasses. ) Or I go on weird rambles about movies I'm excited for/have seen, or video games I've played, like where I am at in the present moment or other things. I also use it to post any kind of hiatus thing (like when my PC decided to die on me) so people don't wonder were I've buggered off to. Other than that? My journal is mostly for communities and posting my icons to my icon community and stuff like that. It's just a way of keeping track of myself in one, (dis)organized place!

Where is it at? I might take a look at later.
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Are you trying to tell me something?
That I'd rather not annoy people with whatever's got me frustrated?
Other than that, nope. I don't mind your emails, I'm glad someone emails me.
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Yeah, that was my problem. I kept having entries I wanted to make but then I'd never get around to making them and things like that. Procrastination for the win. (Btw, I still haven't gotten up for food. )

I don't really do recounts of my day so much as if someone pisses me off, I just bitch about them, or if I'm feeling particularly low, I can review it and maybe see what had me like that and fix it. Or I post occasional pics of Bono wearing blue shades. (Don't ask, I'm not even really sure, but I love his blue sunglasses. ) Or I go on weird rambles about movies I'm excited for/have seen, or video games I've played, like where I am at in the present moment or other things. I also use it to post any kind of hiatus thing (like when my PC decided to die on me) so people don't wonder were I've buggered off to.l Other than that? My journal is mostly for communities and posting my icons to my icon community and stuff like that. It's just a way of keeping track of myself in one, (dis)organized place!

Where is it at? I might take a look at later.
Ah, sweet procrastination. Maybe I'll upload a couple of the photos soon, though. It's not as if my entry's going to be much more than the photos anyway. I just want to bitch about something in this city that makes me sad.

Ah, right. Yeah, some of my uses are similar to that, like you can guarantee if I'm feeling like shit I'll make a rare friends-locked entry, and books and music and concerts get reviewed in various ways. Might review some wine soon, even. I've also been known to use it as a place for setlist thoughts now and then. It is, if nothing else, absolute proof that I am a nerd. Nerdy Nerd Nerd-Nerd McNerd.

Contradiction is balance. - three of the latest four entries, the "Bringing New Zealand Back on Track" series. Really, the one big problem with it is that even if somebody who isn't into railways cared to read it, they'd probably quickly get put off because I suspect you'd need a good grasp of New Zealand's geography to avoid being thoroughly lost. I suggest starting with the end of my entry on 24/06, as I sarcastically introduce the series, then the series itself is 27/06, 28/06, and 09/07. Feel free to add me to your friends list too, if you'd like.
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Both you and Serena are getting me to write longwinded stuff, so I blame the two of you.
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I'm happy listening to the Foo and waiting for you guys, so whatever.
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I'm listening to U2.

Then again, The Unforgettable Fire still is my favourite album by anybody, ever.
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I'm listening to U2.

Then again, The Unforgettable Fire still is my favourite album by anybody, ever.
I've got In Your Hono(u)r on right now. One By One is my fave, if only cause I've had it the longest.

I have a wicked instrumental of TUF (song) that I love.
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The Unforgettable Fire ... so much potential that had. Imagine if they'd used some of those B-sides....
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The Unforgettable Fire ... so much potential that had. Imagine if they'd used some of those B-sides....
I wanted to put together that playlist Ax posted for Ashley, but I don't have most of those songs.
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