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[14 Jan 2005|05:59pm]
I miss my mom a lot.

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[10 Jan 2005|09:05am]
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[08 Jan 2005|06:31pm]
[ mood | xxxxxxxXXx ]

haha, I'm definitely not one for show photos
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[05 Jan 2005|08:07pm]

So I'm really interested in going out to St. James City. Any takers?

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[01 Jan 2005|12:07am]
happy new year

I love you Derek Labarre.
I love you Elyse Anderson.
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[28 Dec 2004|08:33pm]

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[27 Dec 2004|07:17pm]

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[26 Dec 2004|08:56pm]

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[25 Dec 2004|02:29pm]


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[23 Dec 2004|11:10pm]
I am generally very unhappy.
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[22 Dec 2004|03:45pm]
I lost myself to outstanding coincidence. So much for being a nihilist.

I don't know?
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[21 Dec 2004|06:09pm]
Spring, as a concept, raged in upon us; a somber tide of longing. Its advent raised the passions of these nameless multitudes fallen in between the bed sheets.
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[14 Dec 2004|02:24pm]
      Freedom is to be found only in the sensation of acting, of self- (and thus world-) creation, of the realization through practice of the old saying "nothing is true, everything is permitted." [Example: the revolutionary finds freedom in the experience of totally transforming society, and thereby making himself - not simply in the removal of restrictive forces.] To experience this, one must be capable of doing anything at any time - remember the story of Achilles and the tortoise:

The tortoise asks Achilles: "Are you free, Achilles?" and Achilles responds: "Of course I'm free! I'm Achilles, a god among men, and free men at that. I can do anything I want!"
      "So," queries the tortoise, "could you kill me?"
      "Easily! I am, Achilles, the invulnerable" [Not so, as it turned out, but anyway] "hero of Greek myth and legend, and you are.. a tortoise."
      "So- kill me," challenges the tortoise, matter-of-factly.
      "But you are my steadfast friend, my bosom companion, my comrade! I could never kill you!" protests Achilles!
      "Exactly," whispers the tortoise suggestively, and Achilles shudders.

      The moral is that in a situation where all meaning is already attributed, freedom is irrelevant, for all your possible actions are already determined. Freedom is to be found only in new spaces, in the brand new moments when fresh elements come into play and you have to create yourself from scratch.
      One must remain in practice if one is to be a revolutionary: must constantly destroy and recreate the self, must push limits and break every rule and limitation (thus the otherwise implexible affection so many freedom-lovers have had for the Marquis de Sade)- Just as Jane E. wrote in her pamphlet on hypocrisy.
      The problem with all this is that the exercise of total freedom is bound to conflict with your own desires. In addition to feeling the sensation of freedom from all constraints and having healthy food in my stomach, I also really do desire to compromise with those motherfuckers who distribute it.
      The answer to all this, of course, is simply that we must create a world in which everything that is possible is also desirable- so that in such a thing as "sin" will no longer even be conceivable, and there will be no reason for guilt, no possibility of hypocrisy or conflict between desires. In the utopia our revolution (mythically speaking, now) should create, anything will be possible- and good, for our hearts demand nothing less than total freedom.
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[10 Dec 2004|03:24pm]

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[09 Dec 2004|02:42pm]
I've come to the conclusion that, in order to be able to cope with my attending Cape Coral High School, I will take as many Honors and AP classes (as well as clubs) as possible so that I will be thoroughly incoherent due to total exhaustion and won't have to deal with anyone there. In light to this, I might actually receive funding for college in the form of scholarships if I'm able to maintain my grades. OH SNAP! I'll be a college girl after all.

Also, a name never to be given to an animal of yours.. Hobo. In the case that your pet might just get lost or run away, you would have to make a sign or flyer stating that your "beloved HOBO is lost". And to please help you "find Hobo because he should not be out in the wild all alone."
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cute [06 Dec 2004|03:12pm]
If LJ Were a High School by Karen_Walker
Your Status
Lunch Ladyeducation
Head Cheerleadercriticism
Prom Queenthisendlessroad
Gang Memberheartco0ksbrain
Band Geekshow_whore
Theatre Geek_ladystrange
Chess Club Captainzojirushi
Loner Goth Kidthe_routes_undo
Class Clownfoxleaps
Quiz created with MemeGen!
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[01 Dec 2004|07:47pm]
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[01 Dec 2004|03:36pm]
- I woke up this morning with a sore in my back that has proceeded to become an immense ache.

+ There are SO MANY kids from south Jersey in my school. I can't mention Camden County or Fishtown without someone turning a head.

- I'm homesick.

+ Math is becoming less difficult when I APPLY myself.
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[26 Nov 2004|03:43pm]
You know you're from Philly when..

.You hate anything Dallas.
.You realize that your favorite dessert is "wooder ice" (it comes in churry, strawburry and other assawrded flavers).
.You find yourself using "Yo" and "youse guys" when talking long-distance to your family members.
.You know how to spell and pronounce Schuylkill.
.You pronounce ACME as "ACK - A - ME.
.You think $2,500 a year for insurance on a 1977 Toyota Corolla is a bargain.
.You find yourself at a nice restaurant thinking, "I wonder if they have cheese steaks?"
.You believe the car on your left, with turn signal flashing and the driver pointing at your lane, wants you to close the gap with the car in front of you.
.You can't eat french fries without Cheez Whiz.
.Street people greet you by your first name.
.You don't think Wawa sounds funny.
.You snub a cheese steak that isn't on an Amoroso roll.
.Your parents, brothers, sisters, aunts and uncles all live on the same block.
.You can't imagine breakfast without scrapple.
.A vacation down the Jersey shore (pronounced "shoore") is better than going to an island (there's more stuff to do, plus you know everybody).
.You know where to find the Rocky statue.
.You know only tourists go to Geno's, Pat's and Jim's for authentic cheese steaks. You go only if you're drunk and it's 3:00 a.m.
.You buy a soft pretzel at a traffic light without wondering where the guy goes to wash his hands and you don't even care!
.Your parents, brothers, sisters, aunts and uncles all live on the same block.
.You know who Jim O'Brien is and how he died.
.You're still not sure about Jerry Penacolli.
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[25 Nov 2004|07:08pm]
I am the happiest when I am with you and when you do that thing with your lips and when I spend the whole morning crying over nothing at all and when you drive 90 miles per hour south on the interstate, without your license or your phone, to catch up. And when I realize you're behind me and I give it my all to compose myself.. and not break out in tears again, and not get into an accident. Then to pull over in a school parking lot. And to sit for so long just smiling and looking into your eyes.
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[16 Nov 2004|07:30pm]

Coles Bros. Circus
the world
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[10 Nov 2004|10:48am]
Vertigo renders heroism in times of need. It was near impossible getting to second period this morning, so I didn't. I almost passed out right in the middle of the hallway on my way to the clinic. I definitely did not have my math homework finished and I definitely did not feel up to sitting through chemistry in the goddamn icebox that the classroom is. So I'm home now. And doing nothing at all productive aside from stupid layouts. Thank god.

The weather in this part of Florida is phenominal, but I sadly can't say the same about the people.
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[07 Nov 2004|08:52pm]
I am thankful for both my arms and my legs, my ability to breathe and make sense of most circumstances.
Also my comprehension of tenderness; both physical and emotional, as well as my ability accommodate those deserving. I am thankful for my adeptness to growth and change and welcome it with open arms. I am thankful for my ability to love unrelentingly. I am so thankful for you.

And for Japan Drier.

I feel so fucking good.
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[07 Nov 2004|07:16pm]
[ mood | deafkids ]

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[07 Nov 2004|06:50am]
to whom it may concern,

219 SE 20th st
Cape Coral, FL 33990
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[25 Oct 2004|04:40pm]
[ mood | JARRITOS! ]

Things to take into consideration while making your way to the polls:

Pot Party 2002
Pansexual Peace Party
Communist Party USA
Authentic Party of the Mexican Revolution

Remember, your vote counts.

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[24 Oct 2004|06:21pm]
This week upcoming is just PACKED full of realization and awareness to change. Oh wait! My fingers are numb with unfamiliarity and unwelcome adjustment. I don't second-guess and I don't get cold feet but, goddamn. I'm moving from the place I've grown in six fucking days. So much for this security blanket that I'd consider calling home! That went out the fucking window two weeks ago.

EDIT! Sorry, but.. guilt weighs heavily, though it's not like you'd realize it. Or where I stand when I state that that is how I feel. I'll get over the fact that I question a lot of things. I'll get over most everything that I question. I guess.
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