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"Belize's curator for all seasons, Gilvano Swasey, is at it again. See, Gilly has this serious art 'jones' that verges on an obsession. When he spies an empty wall, he's compelled to hang paintings, drawings or prints on it. When he stumbles on a room with empty floor space he's just gotta place a sculpture, ceramic vessel or what-not in it. He appears to have nearly a religious devotion to the arts. And puts forth humongous energy in promoting it. When it comes to marketing art Gilly has the fervor of evangelist Billy Graham, the sweet mouth of razzle-dazzle attorney Johnnie Cochran and the marketing smarts of the father of all con artists P."
 
 
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"The seven-story Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is housed in a dramatic glass and steel building designed by I.M. Pei. The permanent collection (Chuck Berry's sheet music to Jim Morrison's Cub Scout uniform) is complimented with very well done documentaries and temporary exhibits such as Hang On Sloopy (the music of Ohio) reminding us of Hank Ballard, Buffalo Springfield, Rahsaan Roland Kirk and Devo. The institution does a good job of delving into the music's roots (and honoring its relatively unsung heroes) and keeps up with the latest in music."
 
 
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"OCEANSIDE - The mild, sunny skies of Oceanside warmed the spirits of students at Temple Heights Elementary this week. But a telephone call sent an exciting chill through teacher Ramiro Santana's third-grade classroom. On the other end was Wave Vidmar, an Oakland resident standing in below-freezing weather, attempting to ski 660 miles from the Artichevsky Peninsula in Russia to the North Pole. Alone. When the phone rang precisely at 2 p.m. Thursday, jaws around the classroom dropped and about six students lined up at the speakerphone to ask the adventurer prepared questions about his experiences."
 
 
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"ainesville resident Ron Farb is a man with a cause. Make that two causes: conquering some of the world's highest mountains and conquering cancer. "I've found a way to combine my quest for adventure with raising money to fight this disease," the 58-year-old manufacturer's representative said Friday. Farb started working at a summer camp for children with cancer 12 years ago - Camp Sunshine in Georgia - and said that was his first exposure to the disease. "I also have a family member who is fighting cancer, and I wanted to do something about it," Farb said."
 
 

 
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" i keep having flashbacks to whitewater rafting and swinging in daniel boone park. i have to remind myself that school is almost over. it's a funny thing that i know only a handful of people at app, but lately i've learned that most of the people that i know, know each other. i found that very interesting. i sat with my friend tristan at lunch and found out that he knew my ATL friend whiteburger and my fellow EL coordinator thad. i was walking back to the dorm from class with vern and found out she knows kate kelleher. random things like that...

speaking of kate, i am now el presidente of the knitting club for next year. and don't make fun of it, you know it's cool. like vern said yesterday, 'knit: it's the shit'

we had our softball playoff game on tuesday. we scored 10 runs in the first inning (i scored 2) but could never get our hitting flow back and lost 16-12. i caught a pop up at home. ahhh the good ole days. we couldn't have advanced anyway because nobody could play yesterday at 4:45.

i am currently weaving metal strips to make a box and got two cuts on my finger yesterday. metal cuts are a negative 50 on the pick a number between 1-10 pleasurable feeling chart. i used the oxygen torch to soften the strips. it was BAD ASS. i mean bad ash?

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now that i look back on it, i can understand. but, of course i can, right? damn hindsight (i'm with you lisa). i wasted a lot of time, but i don't regret it. the change always comes with the change of the season, when people (me) crawl out of the winter existence of inside and decide to blow off everything, but say no to very little.

being the junior in college that i am, people have asked me what i'm doing with my life, what my plans are. i should think about it more than i do. i have given up with plans, though. i've planned on a lot of things that haven't worked and not planned on a lot of things that have worked better than i ever could have imagined or hoped for. at this point, do i really need a plan? will it better my person if i have decided exactly what i want to do when i get out of school? i don't care about making money, striking it rich, being fancy...which i suppose is odd since i am going to college to 'have a better life.' but doesn't college seem to be more about the experience? the transition between what you're told and what you become? maybe for business majors it's to get that degree, for teachers to get that certificate...but what is it for a photography major? why the hell am i here, if not to learn to make a lot of money? there is a lot of focus in my studio photography class about emerging technologies and getting contacts in new york and high point to become an assistant and eventually become a highly paid photographer, but i know that isn't what i want. in the more recent past, i have played around with the idea of going to graduate school for student development. it would allow me to stay in boone, to stay in school, to continue to grow and build relationships and find out the things that cause bliss and excitement. to continue to displace the things in my life that can be. to continue to climb out of ruts and routines (which i actually find pleasing at times)...but as far as my LIFE, what am i doing with it? what will i have to show after four years? what will i have to show after 21 years? if i go to grad school and get my masters in student development, what then? is it pertinent to now? is it possible to live college life in the shadow of the future, nothing illuminated and no flashlight to show? is it worthwhile to think about this and think and formulate a game plan? for now, the future is still two semesters away, and perhaps more. for now, i don't know and it's odd that's it's been brought up by several people. does that make me any less intriguing, that i don't have a game plan? does it make me less because i don't really give a shit about what i'm doing with my life? that's a little far, but close. i think i've been doing pretty well this far. i do what's on my mind, i do what's in my heart. i hike because it's beautiful, not because it will better my future. i ride horses because it moves me. i don't have the answers and i don't claim to. i don't know that i care what lies ahead. and i don't know if that's good or not. i should probably care more about politics than i do. i should care more about the state of the world. it's not as if i live my life without regard to consequences, though. that's not the kind of 'what lies ahead' thing i'm talking about. and at this point i don't really know what i'm talking about. but geez, what AM i doing with my life? i want a dog in the future, does that count?

what has shaped the person i've become? what makes me be the ridiculously awesome person that i am? just kidding. that's a pretty tough assessment to make. i am almost a completely different person than i was way back in may 2001 when i walked across the stage. i felt an emptiness when i wasn't at home, an emptiness in my school and in my town. i was never passionate about anything because i never felt there was any content in anything anyone around me did. i felt stifled and alone in my intrigue in the world which i didn't feel i had the avenue to explore. looking back, i feel like i made bad decisions in the way i handled middle school and high school (which i'm sure we all do). i removed myself from the world around me and went out of my way sometimes to keep that world away from me. i found things i was interested in and good at: music, softball, writing. and i did those on my own. i didn't allow the people around me to spoil the things i found. when people tried to spoil softball by getting all uptight and serious, i quit. i wasn't challenged academically or personally. i led a non-progressive life for a long time and found refuge in a few people who thought outside the tiny place of olin north carolina. my personality still always drew people to me, which i hated because they were so uninteresting it killed me. they were so average and predictable. i guess i rebelled because i felt above them, i felt like they were holding me back, like i didn't deserve to be stuck there. it was a pretty lame existence i led. not being challenged, i became lazy and didn't challenge myself. i didn't do anything of substance, save for A.P. english (that group saved my senior year). the only reason i wanted to go to college was to get the hell out of statesville, out of the place that i felt was surpressing me. i didn't have the energy or backing to fight it. so i decided, hey, lets go to college, at least you'll get away. that was probably the biggest reason for me coming to college. i felt like there was a different person inside of me, like there was more to exist for. i didn't have any life aspirations when i came to college, hell, i don't think i'd even been to appalachian before. no that's a lie, we came up for band photos because scott couldn't come to taylorsville. but i guess that's the root of this apathy for the future. i have accomplished what i came to college for and am continuing to accomplish it. i've become comfortable with myself and comfortable in exploring and finding things that don't stifle the person inside. it's fun to find the joy in life, to find one's "moonshine."

in conclusion, that whole schpiel may make no sense, and i may look back on it and think it's stupid and erase it, but for now, it's been beneficial and uplifting to think about the changes i've made and am still making. north iredell was a great learning experience and has made me appreciate boone, nc so much more. it's all about perspective, and all about finding the "moonshine" so screw wealth and prosperity and bring on sanity and a sparkle in my eye all the time. "
 
 
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You are a Look Before You Leap, Yellow Light Dater


When it comes to the dating game, you fall in the middle

You aren't going to ask out any cute guy that comes your way

That doesn't mean you're a total wall-flower though.

You'll smile and flirt - for the Mr. Almost Perfect.



You're online dating style?

You're wired to spend time reading profiles carefully

Once you figure out what you want, you'll make a few connections



What's Your Daing Speed?
Take This Quiz :-)







You Are An Intro-Extrovert!


Sometimes you're social - sometimes you're shy

You've got a bit of an Introvert / Extrovert split going on

You enjoy all sorts of situations. Parties, small groups, and alone time.

Too much of one, and you'll long for the other. You need varity!

Chances are, you've got both serious and fun friends - and they don't get along.




Are You An Extrovert or Introvert? Take This Quiz :-)







You are Ready to Date Again


If you're not out there already, you should be.

Your ex is long gone from your heart, and you are ready for another relationship.

Any guy you meet gets a clean slate - and no emotional baggage.

Congratulations, you've gotten completely over him.

Now, on to a better guy :-)



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You are an Adventurous Date


Your dating philosophy?

"If it sounds good, go for it"

What haven't you done on a date? You're into creating an extreme, memorable experience.

You're spontaneous enough to be up for almost anything - even jumping out of a plane.



Guys to look for:

Men who share your love of thrills and adventure.

Whether it's backpacking through Thailand,

Or whitewater rafting in the scariest rapids!



What Kind of Date Are You?
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Your Style is Classy


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You're more likely to shop at Bloomie's than bebe

For you style is looking like a million bucks

And you're always do with your fantastic yet feminine wardrobe



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Got them from stephenbooth_uk's blog.
I hope all these quizzes are true of me.
I'm so confused right now, staying in limbo.
I think I'm starting to get over Alexius. But I think it's too soon to say anything. I need something drastic to happen so I could prove it to myself that I am truly over him. Pathetic. I need to prove things to myself like this.
You know the photographer planning on taking my picture next Thursday? I once had a crush on him when I was younger, about 17. That's not too far away, and I think there's still a soft spot for him inside.
He said yesterday that I'm too holy for him. He might have to go church to make a confession if he holds my hand on the street. Like, ha. When was I ever holy? And all throughout the evening, he was hitting on me.

And there was this other guy.......... Maybe 2 other guys....

Yeah, I'm damn confused and I know I show it.
But aren't I always confused?
When will he ever come along and save me from this confusion of mine? "
 
 
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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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