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(no subject) [Nov. 16th, 2006|04:25 pm]
So, once again 8-bit theater is telling me how to run my life.

Can't say as I mind that much.

There's a banner ad on the site for new band called "Fenix Down". Video game inspired music. Very nice. Me and Amy just ended up buying their debut album and it is pretty damn rockin' if I do say so myself.

Here. Check 'em out for yourself.
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(no subject) [Jul. 5th, 2006|04:52 pm]

"Hi. Is Katie there?"

"No, I'm sorry. This is a cell phone. You have the wrong number."

""Oh. Well, I was mainly just calling to ask for movie advice. Have you seen any good flicks in the past 2 weeks?"

"Uhh, no. Not in the past few weeks, no."

"Oh. Well would you know of any good date movies?"

(Thinking fast, Knowing that this call can only go downhill.) "You should probably just rent "Secretary" and see where the night goes from there."

"Ok, cool. I'll give that a shot. Thanks!"

"No problem."

It's not that I'm strange. I've just adapted to a world where strange seeks me out.
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*Bonk* [Jun. 22nd, 2006|04:12 pm]
A brief note to all fathers and potential fathers out there.

When you and your daughter are signing up for financial aid, and your daughter asks you how HER middle name is spelled, that is considerred, by some, to be a sign that you MIGHT be wasting your money.

Addendum. When you are helping her to sign up for student loans, and she complains about having to actually READ something, that is considerred by almost everyone to be a sign that your money is going to be wasted.

Final Note. When you are helping your daughter sign up for student loans, and she says, "Well, why do I have to know all this anyway? I'll just get YOU to pay for everything!" It's time to wipe the slate clean and start over with a brand new kid.
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(no subject) [Jun. 1st, 2006|12:47 pm]
[Current Location |TVI Montoya Campus]
[mood |ecstaticecstatic]

Wow. I will never complain about tuition fee's again.

I just found out that I can access a whole slew of databases for free as a student at TVI. they even gave me a list of usernames and passwords so that I could access them from off-campus.

This may not sound like a big deal to you, dear journal, but bear in mind that database companies usually charge people some 400-40,000 a year to access them (the higher number is generally charged to institutions and businesses).

I just got handed the power of God on earth, and they don't even know!

*Milks the Giant Cow while laughing maniacally*

Well, I'm off to read some more about FBI Profiling techniques!
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RE: Audioslave [Apr. 11th, 2006|05:18 pm]
I can't tell you how happy I was when I heard Soundgarden broke up. "Finally, no more Chris Cornell," I thought. "No more fingernails-on-the-chalkboard screeching vocals. No more low-pitched I-want-to-be-Eddie-Vedder-so-fucking-bad ballads." After a full decade, I was finally free.

And then Audioslave formed.

The day I heard the first Audioslave single, I cried. Not because I was moved by the music, and not because I was sad, but because I stabbed an inkpen through my hand, sticking it palm-down to my computer desk.

Why? Because not only did I have to endure Chris Cornell all over again, but now he was in a band that was comprised of the remaining members of Rage Against the Machine, a band who prided themselves on their political outspokenness.

Great. There's nothing more I enjoy from music than an out-of-key lead singer, squealing about how bad war is. That's a brave stance you're taking there, Chris. I suppose next, you'll be telling me how you don't agree with rape or spousal abuse. That's some radical thinking right there, brother. Preach on.

An actual quote by Chris Cornell, lead singer of Audioslave:

"It's like the only thing that's really yours. Relationships are never yours. Property is never yours. Your body isn't even yours. Music is something that actually is. It's forever in a way."

Really? Cool. If music is mine, then I'm deleting all the songs you wrote.
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(no subject) [Apr. 10th, 2006|12:18 pm]
Yes, but she has all the coping skills of a Chic tract in a hurricane...
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(no subject) [Apr. 6th, 2006|11:50 pm]
A wooden Tit-bee shrubbery.


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(no subject) [Apr. 3rd, 2006|10:59 am]
I'm a big dog.

And people thank me for it.
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Update [Mar. 29th, 2006|05:10 pm]
2 Bits of news; one recent, one that I should have announced a while ago.

1st, I have a job (finally) I am working as a peer advisor in Montoya Campuses financial aid office. I'm slowly learning all the in's and out's of financial aid, and, as practice, I would be happy to try and answer any questions you all might have.

2nd, I have officially found an excuse to play video games for school. I am living the dream.

Lemme' 'Splain.

Wait, no. I sum up.

I'm taking a technical writing course which offers as it's final your choice of writing either a proposal or a manual.

See, the more clever among you just figured out where I'm going with this...

I purchase a lot of my games from a comic book shop that has a wide selection of games that are very inexpensive. The only downside is they accept games in almost any condition. In the case of one game, I purchased it without a manual.

Now the less clever among you should be catching up...

I am going to be playing through the game, using all the settings, etc. And I will be writing a manual for the game as part of my final.

Kaboom! Take THAT, higher education!
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(no subject) [Mar. 17th, 2006|10:01 pm]
Ultimate Gamer!!
GM says drop 2d10, aanndd... you roll 80% !
What, are you a first generation gamer? Did you own the brown box?! Whatever you do in your spare time, gaming seems to be your job. Either you looked up the answers or you're the best of the best, the type that makes other gamers strive to know more. Just don't let the knowledge overwhelm the newbies, it tends to push them from the hobby.

We all bow before you. You are the living nat 20, congradulations. I'm going to flee the scene now ;)

My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:
free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 70% on dice
Link: The Real Gamers use Dice Test written by luminasita on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

Great result. A nice admixture of adulation and mispelling.

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