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[September 05, 2008 at 08:05 PM]
If you don't stand for something
You fall for anything
Harder than you think
It's a beautiful thing
- Harder than you think, Public Enemy


Wasted the whole of today even though I know that I'm behind on my brilliant study plan. I feel no guilt at all. Instead, I organised my cover art on Itunes and got new music. This isn't bad because I'm rather pleased, but I really don't think it's good either. 
I''m really going to miss my sister when she leaves. 11 days, but I'm not counting
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[August 17, 2008 at 10:37 PM]
My sister's coming on the 22nd of august for 3 weeks. We're going to party till the sun goes up.

But wait, promos.


Fuck ]:

That's what merrill lee said [August 09, 2008 at 08:17 PM]
[merrill]9 the lonely hearts club ): > says:
btw i heard china shooting got 5th
[merrill]9 the lonely hearts club ): > says:
damn ironic. bet the person will get shot.
Suv says:
but they won weightlifting
Suv says:
women
[merrill]9 the lonely hearts club ): > says:
hahaha waow
[merrill]9 the lonely hearts club ): > says:
she get new farm
Suv says:
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHH
Suv says:
I don't think ppl in china rly live in farms anymore
[merrill]9 the lonely hearts club ): > says:
they live in sweatshops

I laughed.

[July 27, 2008 at 12:02 AM]
Good things don't come to an end, they just waste away until it's pronounced.

Alexander McQueen, Spring 2008 [June 30, 2008 at 12:48 AM]













[June 27, 2008 at 05:01 AM]
I come to you with a message of calm acceptance. It does not ring of wild grief and panic like the previous post did because ,unlike for the imperious giant that is biology, I actually faced the possibility of a decent grade for chemistry and literature ( it went a lot better than I imagined it would have as well, so perhaps all that agony was worth it). 

I am completely resigned to failing biology not just slightly, but utterly fabulously. I intend to do so with grace and finesse never seen before. There will be no insane swearing - only wild ecstatic joy that this is all OVER- all 100 of this monstrous15 per cent. This message comes from a land far beyond - from the vast desert that is apathy - where I suspect no productive and successful student of RJC ever did reside.

Do wish me luck. If I pass biology, I am going to grow a penis and impregnate various women with my genetic goods as soon as possible because, obviously, the world would be coming to an end.

[June 26, 2008 at 12:08 AM]
CRASH AND MOTHERHORSEFUCKINGSHEEPSEXRABBITRAPE BURN.         

[June 21, 2008 at 12:23 PM]
I read an interview with Tendzin Choegyal - the Dalai Lama's youngest brother and he's so brilliant. He's such a rebel as well. Some of his answers made me laugh ( the parts about Steven Segal) and some made me think. Here's a bit of both.

Excerpts from Holy Man : Tibet or Not Tibet by Lisa Katayama - published in Giant Robot (Issue no. 52 )

GR : Have you met a lot of celebrities who stop through Dharamsala to meet the Dalai Lama?
TC : .......And then, on the other side of the scale, there's Steven Seagal. Oh my god. I met him when he came here. He was wearing a funny coat, a Chinese brocade, funny trousers, and funny shoes with that ponytail. I asked him ,'Why do you dress in such a peculiar manner?' He didn't say anything. He's arrogant, and pretends to be a Tibetian reincarnate. But why? He's such a strange man.

Okay, Major lulz or what.

GR: What do you think about the preservation of Tibetan culture in Dharamsala?
TC : I think we're losing it. Culture is not about dancing; it's not about the songs you sing. I think we are starting to go mainstream here - people are wearing baseball caps and baggy pants. Human culture keeps on changing - it's constantly being modified. There's no such thing as the 'original culture' - we are always in a state of flux. So it depends on how you look at it. But no matter how you dress or what kind of songs you sing, as long as you can relate with other people, I think it's okay.
Any trend that is based on the mistaken view that freedom under democracy is a license to do anything is dangerous. You'll destroy yourself, your family, and your community, because it's based on selfishness. Say something is very angry and he just can't listen to reason. That person's reason for not restraining himself is, I'm free. I can do whatever I want. The restraining factor is becoming smaller and smaller. We are becoming noble savages. 

[June 20, 2008 at 05:11 PM]
"In all things of nature there is something which is obviously on LSD." - Aristotle

True Story. 

[June 18, 2008 at 02:32 PM]


Wild thing, you make my heart sing
Oh
You make a everything, groovy
Wild thing
                                                - Wild Thing, Jimi Hendrix

He made love to his guitar on stage, set it on fire and then smashed it to pieces. Ancient civilisations got it wrong - this is how the Gods had intended sacrifice.

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