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Old 07-31-2005, 08:00 PM   #81
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My cat is yelling at me for no apparant reason.
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my cat does that alot. i'm going to miss her
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My cat is yelling at me for no apparant reason.
That sounds like a line out of Thom Yorke or Michael Stipe's book.
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That sounds like a line out of Thom Yorke or Michael Stipe's book.
wow i didn't realize they had books out...
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wow i didn't realize they had books out...
I'm assuming they write down their thoughts and spurts of brilliance (or insanity) into a little book they carry around.
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I'm not sure if I should be proud or ashamed.
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I'm assuming they write down their thoughts and spurts of brilliance (or insanity) into a little book they carry around.
ooooooooooooh i see, i thought you meant they had come out and published something really weird.
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Okay so I was eating one of those packages of Austin "Toasty Crackers with Peanut Butter" and one of the crackers, had a full bottom cracker, but only half a top cracker and half the peanut butter.
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I've recently come to realize the same thing. If only because of the anti-U2 and Bono threads.
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weird!!!!!!!

i need food. i ate a ton of popcorn and so i didn't eat dinner...which is SO unhealthy.
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I had a bagel for breakfast, and then for Dinner (around 4:00) I had two hot dogs and some roasted potatoes. I haven't eaten since and I can't really make anything since it's so late so I've found this stash of packages of peanut butter crackers.
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So anyways, I cleaned my room today while watching my Slane DVD. I finally hung up my picture from my DC trip that was a little over a year ago. I miss DC...
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DC......

i'm only an hour and a half away from there...and actually my parents and i will probably be moving there in september/october i plan to live and work there (duh)
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I am many hours away from there. I don't plan on living nor working there for at least four years, maybe more. If I were to go, I'd be more interested in holding an elected position than working as a staffer. I think I'd prefer working on campaign work or something on the state level than something down in DC, although that's partially because I already know a lot of the people on the state level. I seriously considered majoring in political science, but everyone I had talked to, told me that unless I went to law school, which I wasn't overly interested in doing, it's tough to get a job. So I'm majoring in chemistry, but am more interested in politics, but work as a computer consultant, this is completely logical, right?
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oh dude you should go for poli sci! its not too late to change your mind. it's such a broad major, you can do so much with it.
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Well it is too late, I'd have to change schools and of all the schools around here, the one I'm going to is really the only one I liked.
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