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I havez a co0l friendzZZZ lets par t
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FRIENDS ONLYYYY.

Comment to be added! Love!
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I GOT AN A ON MY COMPUTER PROGRAMMING MIDTERM!!!!!!!





:D :D :D
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I just bought my Coachella ticket!! I'm so broke but I don't even caaaaareeee


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20th birthday!!



Tomorrow I am off to Paris. I can't wait!
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Two movies I am excited for released their trailers today!








Omg the Cajun firefy.
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I've had a couple of people tell me recently that I look like Kate Bush... I can't decide if I see it or not.






Y/N?
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Sooo I got a jury summons today.


DEMOCRACY IN ACTION.
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Okay so I don't have much to say except that JACK NICHOLSON WAS AT MY SCHOOL TODAY.

Apparently he was checking out our new library and went by the café and everyone was gawking at him. I was studying in the basement of the library at the time so I missed him and I am SO UPSET. I could have made coffee for Jack Nicholson!



I guess his daughter is applying to universities so they were checking the school out or something? That would make sense, since last week my friend Justin was playing video games in his dorm room when Arnold Schwarzenegger's wife walked in, haha. Awesome.
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"Dear Liza,

On behalf of all of us at the International Programs Office at Santa Clara University, I am happy to inform you that you are accepted to the SCU London Program for the Fall 2008 term. We are pleased you desire to work in a community-based or internship program in London. We look forward to seeing you soon. In the meantime, please review the following information for the Next Steps and the Important Notices to prepare for your time in London. Let us know if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,


Dennis Parnell, SJ, Ph.D.
Program Director, SCU London
International Programs Office
Santa Clara University"



YESSS LONDON HERE I COME.
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This was brought to my attention today on Craigslist:

"did we make an arch at the dan deacon show? (liza?) - m4w - 20
Reply to: pers-543071302@craigslist.org
Date: 2008-01-18, 2:17AM PST


i think your name is liza.

i know i made an arch with you near the back of the dan deacon show at great american tonight. for the first half of the song i was watching the people under the arch, being drunk, dancing, being drunk, closing my eyes, picturing the thing where the owl gives me the note that says i look fucking awesome tonight, and being really drunk. then i opened my eyes and looked at who was across from me. and whoa! if the deacon show was like being on drugs, you were like superdrugs. you were that pretty. i remember the thought i had was, "this girl would totally be pretty even if i was sober." then i felt kinda bad about the thought i had just thought, except then i realized it was a compliment, and besides, everyone thinks like that. so okay.

to place you:
you were wearing a shirt, with colors on it.
the colors were, i think, in the shapes of rectangles.
that's about as specific as i can get.
(see: aforementioned drunkenness.)

then the song ended and i sort of ambled off, then came back and tapped you on the shoulder, and we introduced ourselves, and you said something like "thanks for being my arch buddy," and i was like "yeah, rad," but what i was really meant to say was "YOU WILL GO DOWN IN HISTORY AS MY ETHEREAL HYPOTHETICAL DAN DEACON LOVER," except maybe not with the intensity of capital letters, but certainly the passion. (you know how people rehearse lines they should have said to someone, after the fact? this was my line. impractical, i know. i haven't perfected it yet.)

then some things happened, deacon played wham city after i yelled "wham city!" (no correlation), then i took a cab to church and market, and then i called my friend ivy, who was also at the show, and i told her:

"i held hands with the love of my life in the dan deacon arch."

and ivy, who has known me for a long while and is tolerant of these sorts of things, said: "phil, you're such a hopeless romantic."

and i said, "yes."

then i took the n judah home, and bought an arizona iced tea, and the fuckers at 7-11 charged me 1.04 for the 99 cent cans (CRV). seriously. but even breaking a second dollar and getting a pocketful of change couldn't squash my irreversible feeling of goodness inside.

now i am home and slightly less drunk, and still very happy, like i have turned up on the positive side of a miranda july story, or i won god's lottery (or the lottery of an equivalent entity) where instead of the good days that he occasionally decides to give people, because i came up with the winning ticket he's decided to give me a whole entire good month. wow! i feel blessed. a whole month.

anyway, there is no sleep in sight, you've got me off and writing things, which is what i do, and beatmaking, which is also what i do, and being weird, which is what i especially do, and once i finish this song i'll name it "deacon's arch" and you'll know that it was inspired by you and no one else.

deep down in your heart. now hurry up and find this so we can be weirdos together.




* Location: great american music hall
* it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests"




Creepiest or cutest thing ever?
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I CAN'T EVEN BEGIN TO DESCRIBE HOW MUCH DAN DEACON IS MY HERO.

THAT SHOW CHANGED MY LIFE AND I CAN'T STOP SINGING "WHAM CITY." SOSOSOSOSO AMAZING.
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I just told Diana that I want to start a freak folk band called the Metric Fallacy (in reference to Robinson Jeffers) where we play fifteen-minute-long ballads that change key and/or time signature every few measures with random sound effects in the middle, strategically placed to symbolize water droplets or urban counterculture or post-Communist Hungary.

I am pretty sure she thinks I am crazy, but is anyone else in?
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TO DO LIST:
finish History paper comparing/ contrasting Mesopotamian and Christian religious traditions
start studying for Biotechnology final
finish studying for Biotechnology final
finish studying for History final
get music together for radio show
invite people to birthday dinner
• pack for home
• get lunch with Jaspreet
• write thank-you note to Dr. Mills
CELEBRATE MY BIRTHDAY postponed?
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It's over, but it's just another page turn, in the end.





I could never thank J.K. Rowling enough.
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I just finished reading Franz Kafka's The Metamorphoses and I am seriously in awe. That was one of my most horrifying stories I have ever read. I mean, I know early modern lit is a bit out there, but a story about a guy who wakes up one morning to find that he is a giant dung beetle? Exceptionally creepy.

It's 4:30 so I really should go to bed, but I'll probably have nightmares that I'm a huge, ugly bug and that my family throws apples at me and locks me in my bedroom. Ugh, creepy.

If anyone is awake at this hour and can suggest something for me to get my mind off of this CREEPY story please let me know. Ew ew.
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SOMEONE PLZ EXPLAIN TO ME WHY THIS IS SO FUNNY:



I CAN'T STOP LAUGHING AND I DON'T EVEN GET IT.
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SOMEONE IS SELLING THEIR COACHELLA TICKETS FOR $200. I HAVE $200. SHOULD I GO? YES OR NO?!?!?


Things to take into account:
a) 41 bands I want to see
b) will only have $50 for the next 2 weeks after
c) need food at Coachella
d) will be life-changing?

ADVICE, PLZ.
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yessss:

OREGON TRAIL DOWNLOAD
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