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Date:2010-06-02 14:44
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Mood: cheerful

I'm having a lot of fun getting over myself.

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Date:2010-05-28 09:35
Subject:R&J, again.
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Mood: contemplative

 

This part was repeating in my head a few weeks ago.  These are Friar Laurence's wise words to the happy couple in Act 2, Scene 6:  

 09   These violent delights have violent ends
 10   And in their triumph die, like fire and powder,
 11   Which as they kiss consume. The sweetest honey
 12   Is loathsome in his own deliciousness
 13   And in the taste confounds the appetite.
 14   Therefore love moderately; long love doth so;
 15   Too swift arrives as tardy as too slow

Will, your truth bombs are still exploding.

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Date:2007-08-22 19:58
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Dear Diary,

The Socratic Method is raping my soul. 

Love,
Amy

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Date:2006-11-23 11:02
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Date:2006-11-10 15:55
Subject:mmm...Christmas
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Ah, holiday season is here again! 
You know how to tell? Christmas Cokes are on the shelves and Starbucks broke out the red cups. 

I'm content. :)

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Date:2006-11-08 20:10
Subject:Don't act like you've never done one of these.
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Feels like Jr. High.

1. Something purple within 5 feet of you? 
Diploma

2. The last movie you saw in the theater?
The Grudge-just a bad as I imagined. 

3. Your nails were last painted?
4th grade.

4. The weirdest thing you've ever heated in the microwave?
An animal. (chicken entree)

5. How much Japanese do you know?
こんにちはとさようなら

6. Do you look good in yellow?
Pretty much.

7. Do you sing?
Often, spontaneously.

8. Ever danced naked in front of a crowd?
Never.

9. Do you spit?
Sometimes when I run. Gross.

10. Is your hair long enough to chew on?
That's disgusting, but I'm going to try it....and the answer is yes.

11. Least favorite color?
orange.

12. Ever had Dippin' Dots?
Heck yes. Overpriced yet delicious. Not the ice cream of the future we all imagined. 

13. Ever played an instrument?
Toco la guitarra mal, pero con confianza.

14. Ever had an H2O massage?
You made that up.

15. Do you believe in Big Foot?
no.

16. Ever been to a palm reader?
nah

17. Last Pez dispenser you purchased?
A glow-in-the-dark halloween ghost. Mmm...delicious cartoon neck candy.

19. Did you have a good weekend? If so what'd you do?
Yesh. Fun times in Baltimore with Kyle.

20. What are you thinking about right now?
My paper.

21. Have you ever had a black eye?
Once.

22. How is today going for you?
Not a complete wash. Groceries and class.

23. Any plans for tonight?
If you can call it that...I'm supposed to be writing a midterm paper.

24. Ever photograph something that was dead?
Like in American Beauty? That's twisted.

25. Are you ready for Christmas?
Heck yes I am.

27. Do you find Smurfette sexy?
She probably has the clap...

28. Current disappointment:
Nothing much. The cocoa mix I purchased this morning.

MORE WEIRD QUESTIONS! --I find this heading completely unnecessary.

1. Do you have an air freshner in your car?
No. But it has the odd scent of Crayola Crayons.

2. Do you have plants in your room? 
Yes. There are flowers on the table.  

3. If you could drink anything right this second, what would it be?
Magic potion that writes an A+ paper.

4. Last piece of mail opened?
Cable company solicitation.

5. Does anything hurt on your body right now? 
No.

6. What city was your last taxi cab ride in? 
Baltimore, MD.  

7. What were you doing at 9pm last night?
Reading or watching Food Network.

8. Do you exercise as much as you should?
That's a fat joke if I ever saw one. 
Once every three weeks. But sometimes I run to class, to the fridge, the get away from things (bees, dogs, squirrels falling out of trees, people having sex on UGA's campus...) 

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Date:2006-09-08 11:53
Subject:Welcome to the gun show, Mommy.
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In criminal law today, someone said that a fully automatic weapon is more dangerous than a regular household firearm.
While this may be true, it's the notion of firearms as household items that peaks my interest.
Are weapons so commonplace in American households that we can now distinguish certain guns as household firearms?
Maybe we'll be seeing advertising directed at moms and dads at our local gun shows.

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Date:2006-04-04 16:46
Subject:Law School Decision 2006 Update
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Mood: excited

Carolina
Georgia!
Wake Forest
Colorado

Tennessee
Richmond
Ole Miss
South Carolina
Memphis

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Date:2006-03-30 08:29
Subject:Knoxville or Bust
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Mood: silly

I'll be making the trip to Knoxville after work today to visit UT Law. I'm pretty excited about the whole thing, even the driving (for the most part). I've got my supply of Diet Dew & road snax, emo and power ballads. Picture this: the lone Vee Dub making it's way through the rolling Tennessee Hills, it's solo female driver waving a balled fist and belting Chicago. Like a knight in shining armor from a long time ago...
Tomorrow morning is the open house which consists of the usual panels and tours and finally an ice cream social with the Dean. Neat. At Georgia it was a beer social with the Dean. Different strokes.
Tomorrow afternoon I'll be wandering about the campus and town trying to fit in and not get lost. 
Then the manpiece is joining me in the evening for the remainder of the trip. Rock!
If anyone has good ideas about what to get into in Knoxville, clue me in. So far plans include eating and looking at stuff.

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Date:2006-03-20 10:00
Subject:Unbelievable
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Mood: determined

Slay the naysayers.

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Date:2006-02-21 13:04
Subject:Easy like Tuesday afternoon.
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LJ nudging and FB poking, love it. 
Erryca, you asked for it, and here it is:

Big Updates:
-I moved in with my friend from high school Janaé and her fiancé Michael to a house in Jackson. We're in this neat little neighborhood close to downtown. There's a theater gild a block away, and all sorts of fun shops and restaurants. There's an eclectic mix of people, as we live next to Belhaven and Millsaps Colleges. It's nice to live with people my age again, I really enjoy the company. I'm so grateful not to have the hour-long commute every morning, and I can get home and go for a run before it gets dark now. Egg-cellent. The roommates have satellite tv and TiVo; I see Iron Chef and Project Runway in my future.
-The new job is at an Architectural firm about 3 miles from the new house. It's the same old work, but the people here are great. Much better than sitting alone for 8 hours a day with no actual work to do. And sometimes they feed me. I've won the heart of our oldest employee with my matchless wit and lightening-quick typing skillz. They told me today they want me to stay until I leave for law school (see bullet 4). Rock! for job stability.
-My little Jetta is just fantastic. After scraping off muchos bumper stickers and window decals (UNO, Sorority, '04 Pres. campaign & "New Orleans: Proud to call it home.") on Saturday I took it for a spin. And then another, and then another. I think we're going to get along just fine. I promise I won't crap you up like the previous. And to Sophie the Maxima, sorry I ran you into a mailbox, the back of an Explorer and a minivan, and sorry I backed you into the bumper of a truck while trying to pull off a daredevil parking attempt freshman year. And sorry I spilled pink hair dye in your console this summer and countless sticky drinks in your cup holders. Those cupholders would make anyone vomit.
-Updated list of law schools from whom I have positive replies: Ole Miss, Richmond, Colorado & Wake Forest. No negatives thus far, just impatiently waiting for them to holla back. It's a toss-up. 
-I visited awesome Colorado with the man-object (great) a few weekends ago. I got to ski for a day, meet some fun people, and "visit the law school" in Boulder. New experiences: prairie dogs (adorable, but carry the Plague), New Belgium beer (possible conversion to beer drinking? the jury is still out.), and women's hockey (actually pretty entertaining). This weekend I'm traveling to Memphis for more mischief, and I'm pretty pumped. 

In other mundane news:
-My new deodorant is absolutely delightful.
-Felicity Vol. 3 isn't what I thought it would be. I'll send it your way next, SJ.
-Life is too short for Healthy Choice dinners.
-One of the guys who works here looks like the Monopoly man. I'd like to purchase him a monocle. Also, he wears Cosby sweaters. COSBY!
-Cats are disgusting and useless, but amusing nonetheless.

Overall, things are pretty grand. There's much to be said for answered prayers. 

Paz.

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Date:2005-12-08 15:07
Subject:*$
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Mood: irritated

E and I were talking on the way over from Vtown this morning, and we both want to know, "What the hell is everyones problem with Starbucks?"

Because it's a large corporation, do people think they have to hate on it? Maybe people think that's what they're supposed to do? Well, dammit, there are a lot of good things to say in it's defense:

1. They are among the Fortune 500 Best 100 Companies to Work For (yes, they ended it in a preposition). They send you to fun Barista School, for heaven's sake!

2. They purchase Fair Trade Certified coffee at premium prices to help coffee farmers and their families. Check out the Fair Trade Blend: http://www.starbucks.com/ourcoffees/product.asp?category%5Fname=Mild&product%5Fid=FTR.

3. Philanthropists? I think so: http://www.starbucks.com/aboutus/disaster_relief.asp

4. Simply put, it's delicious.


I'm all for supporting the Mom and Pops, but if you want my business, you'd better bring it with the tasty drinks. AE says she's never had a better blended drink than at our beloved Stardollar, and I agree with her whole-heartedly. Because for my money, it doesn't get any better than a tall mocha with fatty fat milk and whip. Not to mention the delicious, expensive cakes and baked goods (avoid pumpkin loaf which sometimes tastes faintly of crawfish...this may only be the College Dr. branch in Louisiana).

We used to be the kids who blew all their money at the locally owned coffee shop downtown, until they started with the HERSHEY'S. Puh-lease. Grocery store chocolate syrup (pronounced sear-up)  is for milk and ice cream, not the $4 espresso beverage. We need to chat.


So dammit, if I want to give my money to a big-name corporation, I will. Don't judge me. It's not like I shop at Wal-mart, where they don't even believe in Christmas.

Go hate on CC's...they completely suck at life. 

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Date:2005-12-06 11:38
Subject:5ives again
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Mood: cold

Five Confessions:

1. Martha Stewart Living is my favorite magazine. I know most people think she's heinous--she probably is, but the moment before I flip to the back cover to discover the Cookie of the Month I get a little giddy.

2. I know all the words to Billy Madison, the stupidest movie ever filmed, and I've watched Ever After and The Little Mermaid a shameful amount of times.

3. I may or may not have eaten an entire bag of Riesen's in one sitting.

4. If you've ever let me stay over, I totally yanked your toothpaste.

5. When I make To Do lists, I write things I've already completed down just to have something to cross off.

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Date:2005-12-04 15:35
Subject:LSU, you're still okay with me.
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Mood: okay

Still proud to be a Tiger:

It was a season of close calls, but no one outright stomped us until yesterday, and that makes me a little sad.
But the Peach is still a good bowl, and I'll pull for you all the way. You too, Georgia. Show them what the SEC is all about.
As for the National Championship game, UT and USC deserve each other. Have at it. And Hook 'em Horns.



EDIT: I lied. I'm more than a little sad. After reading the list of bowls (thanks to B.dup), it hurts to see Georgia take our spot. Congrats to the 6 SEC teams that got bowl invitations though.

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Date:2005-11-15 15:31
Subject:I yanked this idea from 5ives.com. Special thanks to Matt.
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Mood:intrigued

Five Sexual but Funny Words
1. Jizz
2. Titilate
3. Fornicate
4. Panties
5. Spooge

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Date:2005-11-04 12:46
Subject:Stolen from Erin
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Mood: contemplative

Your dating personality profile:

Funny - You laugh often. People never accuse you of lacking a sense of humor. You don't take yourself too seriously.
Liberal - Politics matters to you, and you aren't afraid to share your left-leaning views. You would never be caught voting for a conservative candidate.
Adventurous - Just sitting around the house is not something that appeals to you. You love to be out trying new things and really experiencing life.
Your date match profile:

Funny - You consider a good sense of humor a major necessity in a date. If his jokes make you laugh, he has won your heart.
Practical - You are drawn to people who are sensible and smart. Flashy, materialistic people turn you off. You appreciate the simpler side of living.
Adventurous - You are looking for someone who is willing to try new things and experience life to its fullest. You need a companion who encourages you to take risks and do exciting things.
Your Top Ten Traits

1. Funny
2. Liberal
3. Adventurous
4. Religious
5. Athletic
6. Shy
7. Practical
8. Wealthy/Ambitious
9. Sensual
10. Intellectual
Your Top Ten Match Traits

1. Funny
2. Practical
3. Adventurous
4. Athletic
5. Conservative
6. Big-Hearted
7. Shy
8. Religious
9. Intellectual
10. Traditional

Take the Online Dating Profile Quiz at Dating Diversions

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Date:2005-10-27 16:01
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Mood: accomplished

I accomplished my previously mentioned goal: my LSAT score is higher than my weight. Lookout! Special thanks to my running buddy, B. and Kaplan.

Copious amounts of box wine does not a happy person make.

Paz.

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Date:2005-10-20 13:24
Subject:list of annoying things
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Mood: annoyed

Random List of Annoying Things (in no particular order)
1. Mariah Carrey
2. Kid Rock
3. Gold digger played 10x a day on Y101.7
4. People who walk slowly across the street
5. Frat straps and "Cocks" hats
6. Rachael Ray's spastic, nonstop hand movements
7. Rachael Ray's use of the word "spoonula" and abbreviations EVOO and GB (Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Garbage Bowl respectively)
8. Teenage drivers
9. Gnats
10. Tara Reid and Paris Hilton
11. He's Just Not That Into You by Greg Behrendt
12. Inability to STOP overthinking things
13. No milk after cereal is poured
14. Lots of screaming children in Target on Saturday afternoons
15. Road Construction and people who tail you on the interstate for no reason
16. Movie theaters on opening nights
17. Jewel's poetry and new music
18. Poison Ivy/Oak
19. "It's bananas. B-A-N-A-N-A-S."
20. Overprotective neighborhood moms who let their children play in the street and give you mean looks when you DRIVE BY.

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Date:2005-09-29 13:52
Subject:stitch and bitch
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Mood: weird

E made me laugh with this one. Best thing I've heard all week:

"The knitting store people are intimidating...Because they're like knitting badasses."

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Date:2005-08-20 14:28
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Mood: hot

One goal, two tasks:

Get my LSAT score higher than my weight.

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