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Oh so much to talk about... woo.  I apologize in advance for the size of this.  Wait, no I don't.  I don't apologize for anything!  I did it!  HAHAHA!

Er.  Anyways.


Ok, Thursday.  I met Anne after her Survey of Asian Art class, and saw Marissa for all of five seconds... but what a fine five seconds.  Everything Anne has ever said about this woman is absolutely true...  wow.

We then met Dave and Marisa, and went to some restaurant who's name I can't remember.  The food was pretty good, but the best part was my fortune cookie.  "If you can shape it in your mind, it will come into your life."  So of course my thoughts immediatly went back to Marissa.  And Anne.  I'm just trying to help a girl out, you know?   Yeah... that's it... Heh heh.

Then we all took the L downtown, and since we had a bunch of time before the show, walked over to the Virgin Megastore.  Marisa was reading some book, Anne disappeared into whatever it was she was doing, and Dave and I looked at pornos.  Some of the titles were great, like "Let's Play Clit Hockey" and "Grizzly Madams."  I miss the days when porn attempted to have a plot... eveything now is just a compilation of scenes.  Boo.  Bring back cheesy plots and bad acting in porn!

Afterwards, Marisa took off, and Dave, Anne, and I got in line at the House of Blues for the Sugar Ray show.  We were the tenth people in line, since we were there about an hour and a half before the doors opened.  Some girl came around, asking for people's names and e-mail addresses for some Kia giveaway.  She got real excited when Dave told her his zip code, and she learned that he was from Buffalo Grove (as was she, apparently).  I thought about saying "Stop wanting to fuck Dave!" but I had yet to give her my name and get my free wristband, so I didn't.  Sorry Dave.  I swear I'll say it next time.

We got into the HOB and got a spot right up front.  We were about eight feet from the stage, and I got to be that tall jerk in the front, blocking everyone's view.  Hee hee.  The opening band was Tony C. and the Truth.  They're a pretty good blues-rock band, though it could just be that I like bands with harmonica players in them.  They had some pretty good original stuff, but the highlight of their set was this kick-ass cover of 'Fight For Your Right to Party'.  Halfway through that, they switched to 'Hot For Teacher", then back to 'Fight'.  It rocked.  Next came Lola Ray.  They were simply incredible.  They had to be one of the best bands that I've heard in a long time, and apparently, they have one hella hot lead singer.  He kept spasming all over the place, but damn did they sound good.  They're coming back to the HOB on May 15th, but that's ACEN.  Too bad; I'd love to see them again.  Then came Sugar Ray.  They opened with "Rhyme Stealer", which is just a great song.  In fact, their whole set was great.  I'm not as fluent in their catalog as Dave or Anne, but apparently it was a mix of songs from all their albums.  It was most likely the best show I've ever seen.  I'm so glad we went to that...

Afterwards, we went back to Marisa's to get Dave's car, and headed down to Chinatown (not to be confused with Funky Town).  For some reason, I began to get a nasty headache, Anne started to feel pretty bad, and Dave just crashed big time.  We went to Tea Leaf, turned around, and came back.  Overall, though, Thursday was a great day.




And now for Friday.  Friday Anne and I went to the fabric store to pick up some stuff for her tail, and then went to Dominick's for some ghetto pizza.  You know, for five bucks, that's some pretty good ghetto pizza.  We also got the new Sprite Remix Berryclear flavor, and it's like drinking candy.  It shall now be known forever as 'Candy Pop'.  I like Candy Pop, both the actual pop and the m-flo song (you have heard that song, right?  If not, go get it from that page I put up... the link is in a earlier post.  Go find it yourself).  We then went back to the apartment and watched the Cubs game.  God what a horrible game that was.  The home plate ump was so inconsistant with his strike zone that I think he was flipping a coin to decide balls and strikes.  Both Dusty Baker and the Reds head coach got tossed for arguing with Jackass McUmpire, the Reds coach over an obvious ball that got called a strike, and Dusty over what was deemed batting out of order, but in reality was Jackass McUmpire not having his shit together.  Damn, that was one long run on sentence.  Suck that, English language!  Anyways, we ended up winning by one run, but that was one painful game to watch.

After the game, we headed back to the 'burbs.  We stopped at Dominick's again to buy Anne's mom some flowers, and then I spent half an hour trying to hook up the TV/VCR/DVD/Surround Sound.  I think I got most of it done, actually... the surround sound confused me a little, since I'm a worthless human being with old crappy stuff, so I've never actually looked at one before.  I think I got it all together, though.  Go me!

Then we met Andrew and Rob at IHOP, and later Ryan and Eva joined us.  We had food, talked about stuff, and left.  Not a horribly eventful Friday, but it was still a lot of fun.




Saturday began with me running out to Gurnee and picking up Mike and getting my car washed, since it got horribly filthy from being in the city.  I hate it when my car is dirty.  Then we went and picked up Anne, and headed to Hawthorne.  We were on a mission for Cubs stuff, since for some reason I couldn't find any of my old stuff... not even a hat.  We went to Sears, and Anne bought this little kids shirt.  The lady ringing her up was like, "Is this a gift?  Are you a member of our Kid's Club?" and Anne says, "The shirts for me."  The lady got this funny look on her face, and I lost it.  I had to put my head down on the counter to avoid laughing in her face.  Then we walked around to every store in that mall that sold jerseys, and all they had were Maddux ones, or 3X Sosa ones.  I didn't want Maddux, and I didn't feel like swimming in a 3X, so we decided to check out Woodfield.  On the way out, Anne bought herself a miniskirt at JC Penney... she was concerned it might not be short enough, but Mike and I assured her it was nice and short.  Then we went to PetSmart, and Anne bought herself a collar.  I was kind of hoping the guy ringing her up would start asking about her dog, but he didn't.  Pity.  I wanted to laugh at him.  We then remembered Sportmart, and headed there.  No luck again...  We went back to PetSmart, then to the movie theatre to get Kill Bill tickets for later that night.

Then we went to Woodfield.  We walked around that place forever, and I finally found a Kerry Wood jersey in my size.  I bought it, since it looks sweet on me, and has half my last name on it.  You don't want to know what it cost, though... At least I'll have plenty of opportunity to wear it this season, thanks to the guy from work...

Next came Mitsuwa, and there was no one there.  I was sad, since I made sure not to wear my Zombie Bunnies shirt just so Dave could see that I do indeed own more than one shirt.  Oh well.  There's always next time.  We went to go see Kill Bill...  I liked it, but there was an awful lot of padding.  If they'd cut out just half of the footage of everyone standing/sitting in one place, not moving, staring at nothing... it would have been like half an hour shorter.  I guess Tarantino wanted to make people think they were getting their money's worth, or something.  Anyways, I'm sure I'll be buying the eventual box set of both volumes.

Then it's off to Denny's, where Anne and Weston talk about art the whole time.  It's interesting to listen to, and Mike keeps saying some really funny things under his breath.  I'd repeat them, but I don't remember what they were.  I then drop Mike back off at home, and Anne and I head back to the city.




Ah, Sunday... I'd been waiting for Sunday all week, since we got to go to the Cubs game!  We took the L down to Wrigley, and met up with Anthony (the guy from work with the tickets, not Anne's brother) and his girlfriend Sandy.  He gives us our tickets, and we go inside.  We meet up with Sandy's dad, who's the head of security there.  He takes us up to the control room, where they show us the cameras that they have all over Wrigley.  It's pretty cool... they can see anything happening anywhere in the park, and in the areas immediatly surrounding it.  Then he took us to some cafe thing, and bought us all lunch.  That was really cool of him.

Our seats were in the upper deck, about three-quarters of the way down the left field line.  Not the best seats I've ever had, but you could see the whole field pretty well.  There were these drunken morons behind us, and from listening to their conversation, I have no idea what game they were watching.  I swear one of them was yelling at Magglio Ordonez at one point (he plays for the White Sox, for you non-sports-knowing people).  It was a pretty good game, actually... Sammy hit his 513th and 514th home runs, passing Ernie Banks and becoming the Cub who has hit the most home runs ever.  Unfortunatly, we still lost.  Goddamned Reds and those stupid jerks Larkin, Dunn, and Casey...  oh well.

After the game, we split from Anthony and Sandy, and walk down Clark looking for a place to eat.  We have this problem with deciding what to eat, since neither of us care all that much.  We end up in this Italian place, and it's pretty good.  Then we head to the Metro to see Swizzle Tree...  I liked them well enough from the album I have, but that's nothing compared to them live.  Great set... there were three other bands, but we didn't care about any of them.  It's not like we paid to get in or anything.  Anne said 'hi' to the band and we head back to the apartment.

I leave, and head to my car.  I find the second thing that made me angry that night - a ticket.  Apparently, there was some cop just wandering down the street, looking for things to give people tickets for.  And since I don't have a front plate on my car (because it looks like shit with it on), I got a ticket.  It really pissed me off that the thing was stuck to my window for less than half an hour, and when I pull the ticket off, the glue and some bits of paper stay stuck to the window.  I try to scrape the things off, but the fucking crap just stays there.  Stupid Chicago cops and their Super Death Glue.
Even with the ticket, though, Sunday was a blast.  I'm sorry your first game had to be a loss, Anne... but I'm sure we'll have the opportunity to go see them again, and then they'll win.  It'll be sweet.



Phew.  What a weekend.  Then there was Monday.  I went to work.  Nothing happened.  Sigh.  Then I went to work again today.  I had another meeting with Shari, and I think she likes me again.  We talked about whitewater rafting for about ten minutes.  I then proceeded to do a whole lot of nothing much.  I hope the developers get around to finishing coding their stuff so I can do something at some point.  I'm so freaking bored.

Anyways, I'm tired of typing now.

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" I'm dropping Organic Chemistry, I'm on my way to Genetics, I just got confirmed for the Boston trip, and I'm whitewater rafting with geeks in Colorado at the end of May.

Oh. And I'm never taking prescribed sedatives ever again, but I'll explain later.

Time to go kill some innocent little flies. "
 
 
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" I just did two of the shittiest things I can recall doing.


I just gave Erin one more week to move out. Only slightly mitigated by the fact that we both agreed she needed to move out 5 weeks ago; previously, she was going to have as much time as she needed, and I cut that to one week + 3 months for her stuff if needed.

Then I mislead Patrick to get the truth out of *someone*, since I couldn't get it out of Erin.

The hardest part is I think this would have been ok if we had just all talked honestly about our feelings. Ok for me, anyway. It's how I work best. Instead, I talked honestly about my feelings in wonderful deep soul-searching e-mails with Patrick, and Patrick mislead me in an incredibly obvious manner (*clearly* something happened on Thursday since she came home late, and yet on Friday Patrick suggests maybe he will start dating her next week if I'm ok with it), which lead me to question and pry and discover a half-truth (yes, they had already kissed) and become convinced of a total lie due to seeing hairs being split and things not adding up (it was Saturday, not Thursday, after whitewater rafting with my brothers, which I couldn't go to due to a broken leg.)

I felt I needed the truth to try to judge if Patrick and I can still be friends in the future. And in the end, I am stuck not really knowing. Patrick says he doesn't know whose idea it was and she didn't ask him to lie - which makes it darned hard to want to ever consider a friendship in the future if he remained willing. But he also says that his reason was to hurt me less, and at the least it is a noble reason, even if I utterly disagree with the execution and it was a miserable abject failure. And if he really wanted not to hurt me, he didn't need to kiss my ex-girlfriend after telling me there was no way he could conceive of a brother dating another brother's ex.

Probably not an issue since they are virtually guaranteed to both hate me after tonight.

I only gave Erin a week to move out; I had decided to give her longer or even work something out depending on how our talk went. But it was the worst possible talk I could imagine; she continually lied to me about dating my ex-best-friend and fraternity brother in the face of direct questions about when it started - did it start after I told her I couldn't stand it while she was living with me if she dated another brother, or did it start after I told her I had revised my opinion and she could follow her heart without me interfering? She tried to spin it, "no Patrick didn't mislead you" "Then why did he apologize for misleading me?". She tried a guilt trip - but I have no guilt about being mad at this point. She tried everything but the truth. I honestly thought we could eventually break it down and have a real talk about it and sort out why the deception and move beyond it and schedule a reasonable move-out so that we could all have a good target date for when things would change. But, we couldn't, and I can't deal with outright lies.

And it seems such a minor detail, but the timing matters to me, because I see it as an utter betrayal by my best friends, and because it was so strongly lied about, and because... it's all just horrible.

Turns out it truly was before, although they both literally swore it was after. I had to mislead Patrick on the phone in order to get the truth. Same as I was given, really - state true fact, state true fact, ask question, let listener fill in the gaps that were intentionally left. Splitting hairs. It's an incredibly shitty thing to do.

I have never seen anyone lie as well as Erin did. I don't think Erin has ever lied to a direct question before; she has cheated on me, a decade ago, and then avoided the opportunity to mention it when I hinted around many times, and then said "no" when asked if there was anything she wanted to tell me, but when I asked her if she had kissed Dennis she finally said yes. And she has avoided discussions and dodged questions and mislead countless times. But this time, same kiss question but different guy, adamant vehement repeated no. My parents think I am a sucker for holding the opinions I do, such as that E's feelings for Patrick started developing after we broke up. But I can't bring myself to think anything less of her, even if that makes me a sucker.

She was my *best* friend, the love of my life, everything I ever wanted - until a few months ago, anyway. Then she was just my *best* friend. And now, this, never to be trusted, and quite likely hates me to boot. So unfortunate. I wonder if she still liked me as a friend last week. I honestly don't know - her behavior can be explained perfectly by either a "yes" *or* a strong "no".

I want to believe that she was lying to "help me". But it is so hard. If I had a choice, I would *never* choose to be deceived; and Erin knows me better than anyone; so I think it's crap to claim that she would make such a decision out of concern for me. And if she was really that concerned about me, she wouldn't have kissed him on Saturday. She says I was already upset about being deceived about the timing (there was initially mislead followed by half-truth about smaller timing issues), so there was no sense in hurting me further with the whole truth. But it is also true that with the whole truth I had previously told her she couldn't live with me if she did it, and it just seems too likely that the lie could have been to keep her in the only place she could readily stay. I-was-being-totally-used doesn't jive with my opinion of Erin, but it is too likely a story to wholly discount. I suspect both were concerns and I have to wonder to what degree for each. I will never know, since I can't trust either of them on issues that might hurt me, in their eyes.


I feel like a total ass for all this. And yet I don't see what else could have been done. Friends don't do what was done. What was done by any of the 3 of us. "They started it" is hardly solace.

I only wonder how many people will end up hating me out of this, how many people will think I am being manipulative, how many will think I am just writing in my LJ to wage digital war. But, nobody is making anybody read this, and I find that it helps me, so I have to decide not to care what people think.

I have had to decide that a lot lately. A lot more than I am comfortable with. I guess I finally decided to put me first. Normally I try to consider Erin in particular above all other things, but I just don't think I can do that anymore.

My parents pointed out that when people get divorced, one moves out, regardless of the financial situation or other circumstances. It makes a lot of sense. Granted, on divorce each gets half - but, I offered to share half of all of my life with Erin, several times, and she declined, so I guess I can't feel responsible for that anymore.

Now I guess we all just exist for a week, and then have separate lives. It is inconceivable. Last week, everything seemed ok. Not perfect, but livable, and we were going to keep the friendship alive and it was going to be as great as possible given everything. This week, no more.
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