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21 November 2009 @ 10:39 pm
Ain't no mountain hiiiigh enough,
Ain't no valley loooow enough,
Ain't no river wiiiiiiide enough,

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18 October 2007 @ 10:37 pm
Guys, I'm kinda scared here. Third (fourth? I can't count) tornado to sweep through the area is going to be here in...two minutes? Yeeeeeeah. It's too dark for green skies, but for all means and purposes, it's like Apocalypse come outside. If I'm not online tomorrow, don't look for me in Kansas.
18 October 2007 @ 01:13 pm
Yesterday was the busiest day I've had in a long, long time. I had a midterm, a lecture that ran over, work, and then another midterm back to back to back. Right after the midterm came a group meeting, a cookie for dinner (my only meal of the day was a burger and fries I scarfed down during break at work) and then a meeting that lasted until nine.

Luckily, the day ended on a fairly decent note. A friend of my roommate's and mine came over to hang out and play card games, and a boy came over with apples. So not a shabby day at all, but I hope I don't have to do that again for a very, very long time.
Current Mood: exhaustedexhausted
15 October 2007 @ 06:30 pm
So, does anyone remember the opening to Aeon Flux? Did that today.

...I think that's enough of bugs in my eye to last a lifetime, kthnx.
Current Mood: Weirded out
Current Music: FOREVER LOVE♥
The 106 Most Unread Books.

The list is the 106 books most often noted as unread by Library Thing users. Bold is for books you've read. Italics for books you've started but haven't finished. Strikethrough is for books you found unreadable.

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Conclusion: I need to finish books that I start. And maybe not trying to read them all at the library. And the people who frequent my library branch, I dunno, actually read classic literature? (Then again, my library is weird anyhow. We have patrons that are pretty much permanent fixtures. I thought the world was ending when one of them wasn't there when I was--turns out he was simply held up by the fact that the snowplows hadn't come through yet. Yes, I went to the public library on snow days during middle and high school. Sue me)
Oh, more people need to discover Neil Gaiman. Seriously.
11 October 2007 @ 05:15 pm
...I really, really need to be productive from now until about next Thursday, but slime molds♥. Who knew these little buggers were so cool?

  • Two pages of movies on the various life stages of slime molds. The slime mold slugs are particularly awesome.
  • Fruiting bodies of slime molds and mushrooms in action.
  • The webpage that started it all (actually, the entire site is pretty darn awesome).

Not that I'm not terrified of fungi in general. It's just watching them in black and white on a petri dish on my computer screen is so much more comforting than, say, opening my fridge and meeting them in real life.
18 September 2007 @ 12:40 pm
11 September 2007 @ 06:16 pm
@#$)(*&#)(*& Madeleine L'Engle passed away. Four days ago. Madeleine L'Engle. Where was the pomp? The circumstance? Heck, even the simple acknowledgment that one of the greatest authors in history had passed away?!
There was nothing on any of my news feeds or newspaper until I came across this quiet little post.

@(#*&$# Will post later when I'm not so mad and when I don't have meetings and reports and tests looming over my head. GAH.
Current Mood: PISSED OFF
28 April 2007 @ 01:58 am
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27 April 2007 @ 12:22 am

I was invited out to the bars by one of my groupmates after our presentation today. Cool. She said that she'd stop by and pick me up, because she had other things she needed to do. Cool.

That was...four and a half hours ago. Not so cool.

I think I've been stood up. 8Db

Alrighty, I take that as a sign I can go to bed now. G'night, y'all (and I really need to stop pimping this). I'm off to catch up on sleep~♥.