вторник, 16 октября 2007 г.

dakabn: Meme

1. EVER BEEN GIVEN AN ENGAGEMENT RING? No

2. LONGEST RELATIONSHIP? Um, about a year and a half now I think.

3. LAST GIFT YOU RECEIVED? A stuffed tiger and a stuffed squirrel from Dave :D

4. EVER DROPPED A CELL PHONE? Yeppers

5. WHEN'S THE LAST TIME YOU WORKED OUT? I'm going to walk to the bus stop today. hehe.

6. THING(S) YOU SPEND A LOT OF MONEY ON? Entertainment

7. LAST FOOD YOU ATE? Cereal

8. FIRST THING YOU NOTICE ABOUT THE OPPOSITE SEX? eyes

9. ONE FAVORITE SONG? Glory of Love by Peter Cetera

10. WHERE DO YOU LIVE? Here

11. HIGH SCHOOL YOU ATTENDED: There

12. CELL PHONE SERVICE PROVIDER: NA

13. FAVORITE MALL STORE: Don't know

14. LONGEST JOB YOU HAD: 4 years

15. DO YOU OWN A PAIR OF DICE? I own some d10s

16. DO YOU PRANK CALL PEOPLE?: No

17. LAST WEDDING YOU ATTENDED: Mine

18. FIRST FRIEND YOU'D CALL IF YOU WON THE LOTTERY: My husband

19. LAST TIME YOU SAW YOUR BEST FRIEND: Too long

20. FAVORITE FAST FOOD RESTAURANT: McDonalds

21. BIGGEST LIE YOU HAVE EVER HEARD: Pluto....

23. WHERE'S YOUR FAVORITE PLACE TO EAT WITH FRIENDS? Moxies

24. CAN YOU COOK? I can read a recipe

25. WHAT CAR DO YOU DRIVE?: I take the bus

26. BEST KISSER: My husband

27. LAST TIME YOU CRIED?: Who cares

28. MOST DISLIKED FOODS: Spinach

29. THING YOU LIKE MOST ABOUT YOURSELF: Easy goingness

30. THING YOU DISLIKE MOST ABOUT YOURSELF: Worry wart (I'm a contradictory person)

32. LONGEST SHIFT YOU HAVE WORKED AT A JOB?: Don't know

33. FAVORITE MOVIE? Notting Hill

34. CAN YOU SING? If I tried, I bet I could

35. LAST CONCERT ATTENDED? Nickelback, and going to Velvet Revolver tonight

36. LAST KISS? Until tonight

37. LAST MOVIE RENTED: Not sure

38. ONE THING YOU NEVER LEAVE THE HOUSE WITHOUT: Clothes

39. FAVORITE VACATION SPOT: Anywhere quiet

43. LAPTOP OR DESKTOP COMPUTER?: laptop...is what I have

44. FAVORITE COMEDIAN?: Anyone who can make me laugh

45. DO YOU SMOKE? Nope

46. SLEEP WITH OR WITHOUT CLOTHES? depends

47. LIGHTS ON OR OFF? For what?

48. DO LONG DISTANCE RELATIONSHIPS WORK?: Yes

49. HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU BEEN PULLED OVER BY THE POLICE? a few

50. PANCAKES OR FRENCH TOAST? pancakes

51. DO YOU LIKE COFFEE?: yes...need more now

52. HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR EGGS? with the yoke cooked

53. DO YOU BELIEVE IN ASTROLOGY?: Well, it does exist. As to any credibility? Not as much as some put in it.

54. LAST PERSON YOU TALKED TO ON THE PHONE?: Don't remember

55. LAST PERSON ON YOUR MISSED CALL LIST?: NA

56. WHAT WAS THE LAST TEXT MESSAGE YOU RECIEVED?: NA

58. NUMBER OF PILLOWS?: 2

59. WHAT ARE YOU WEARING RIGHT NOW?: How dare you ;)

60. PICK A LYRIC, ANY LYRIC: Um... Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way,

61. WHAT KIND OF JELLY DO YOU LIKE ON YOUR PB & J?: I like toe jam!  JK!

62. CAN YOU PLAY POOL?: Yea

63. CAN YOU SWIM? yes

64. FAVORITE ICE CREAM?: Ice cream....yuuuuum

65. DO YOU LIKE MAPS? Yeah

66. TELL ME A RANDOM FACT ABOUT YOURSELF: I AM random... I am the Random Queen and you know it! :D

68. EVER ATTEND A THEME PARTY?: Don't think so, but I would.

69. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE SEASON: Autumn

70. LAST TIME YOU LAUGHED AT SOMETHING STUPID? Every day.

71. WHAT TIME DID YOU WAKE UP THIS MORNING ? 7ish

72. BEST THING ABOUT WINTER?: Snuggling

73. LAST TIME A COP GAVE YOU A TICKET?: January...I think. For the wreck

75. NAME OF YOUR FIRST PET?: Don't remember. Tabby is the first I remember

76. DO YOU THINK PIRATES ARE COOL OR OVERRATED?: COOOOOL

77. WHAT ARE YOU DOING THIS WEEKEND?? Same ol' same ol'

78. BIRTHDATE : You can find it elsewhere Sherlock ;)

79. WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE: Rich...only way to make it financially in this stupid world

85. ARE YOU ON A LAPTOP?: Yep

87. ARE YOU SMILING?: slightly

89. DO YOU MISS SOMEONE RIGHT NOW: My hubby whose at work

90. IF YOU COULD GO ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD WHERE WOULD YOU GO? Mountains I think

92. ARE YOU IN HIGH SCHOOL?: What do you think?

93. DO YOU HAVE A CRUSH?: I have a Pepsi

94. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE NAME? Um...wha?

95. WHAT COLOR IS YOUR BATHING SUIT?: Multi color...unless I have to get a new one next time I have occasion to wear one

96. DOES YOUR SCHOOL START IN AUGUST?: Does yours?

97. DID YOU GO ON VACATION LAST MONTH?: Nopers

98. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN ON A CRUISE?: No, but I'd love to

99. DO YOU HAVE A SISTER: 2 half sisters

100. ARE YOU UPSTAIRS?: There's a basement, so technically, yes

101. ARE YOU IN LOVE?: Oooh yea

102. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN IN THE HOSPITAL? Yes

103. DO YOU WISH YOU COULD SEE ANYONE PARTICULAR RIGHT NOW? Yes... My Husband

104. WHAT JEWELRY ARE YOU WEARING? Wedding ring

105. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO AFTER THIS SURVEY? Get cleaned up and dressed and call to make sure I go to the right place.

emilysama: Faces look ugly when you're alone

Auugh my muscles are killing me thanks to yesterday's gym class. I leaned backwards to stretch my back and my abs were like, yeah that's not really gonna work for us, so now I'm sitting here trying to move as little as possible. I have a midterm in my Southern history class today and I really have no idea how it's gonna go. It's open-note and open-book but it's also an essay exam, and I hate a) writing essays without a computer and b) planning and writing essays in a set amount of time. I dunno, I think I'm too worried over my senior project to stress about anything else. Speaking of my senior project, I told my adviser I'd have some pages for him to look at today buuuut... that didn't really happen. I have like, a paragraph of gibberish. Luckily he's really understanding and I don't have to meet him until 2:00, so I can work on it a little more before then. I'm also meeting Negrelli-sensei today since the applications for JET are up and I want to talk to her about All Things Japan. I think I'll be asking for my references from her and Dr. Cozzens, although I won't officially ask them to do anything until I've got my statement of purpose written so I can give them a copy of that and talk to them about it a little. Over the weekend I went to Uncle Shuck's Corn Maze with AtlantaHP and had a blast--last year we went into the maze in teams trying to find the triwizard cup, but this year we just went in and raced to find all the checkpoints so it was fun to just sort of enjoy the maze for itself. They also had a haunted maze set up, and I was terrified. I held onto Traci and Veronica for dear life and screamed my head off. I have bruises on my arm that I think I must have got in the haunted maze--either from someone grabbing onto me for a change or from when we were being chased by one of the chainsaw guys in an area where they had smoke machines going and we ended up shoved up against the corn because we couldn't see where to go (although, in our defense, there was a green arrow pointing to a dead end and red lights where we should have gone. The chainsaw guy had to break character to point us in the right direction, which was pretty hilarious). Man, I love stuff like that. Halloween is the best. I should probably get back to studying and writing now. I'm looking forward to Fall Break even though I'm not going anywhere because it'll give me a chance to finally catch up with everything. And maybe I'll actually get a good night's sleep for the first time all month!

laurarey: Meditation, Dulcimers, Knitting Suggestions

Heh. Sometimes the universe/Divine/God/dess speaks to me in very plain language. This morning's meditation yielded:

"Don't wallow in self pity."


Plus, a lovely card explaining how I'm getting behind on some stuff and need to get it done or else.

Heh.  See? Universe takes pity on simple minds. :)


In other news, be vewy quiet, I am hunting dulcimers.  I like a couple of different company's models. 

http://www.mcspaddendulcimers.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/displayleaf/sid/1695662092171235661268/numlis/12/lh/h-0,c-8/sqst/9.htm  (Specifically the standard hour-glass walnut or cherry)

http://www.folkwood.com/page237.htm

I'm finding that getting used ones on ebay is more challenging than I thought.  I really want an hourglass one, and they don't seem to be much cheaper there than buying a new one from a company.  We'll see. If it's supposed to happen, it will.  Perhaps I'm only kidding myself that I have time or inclination to learn to play another instrument.  Still, the idea of having something new to learn this winter that doesn't involve computers sounds attractive. 

Since taking a couple of knitting classes this spring, I've knitted a scarf, two pairs of socks, mittens, a hat and just finished the pieces for a sweater.  I'm starting another hat for myself with the yarn I have left over from the previous projects.  However, I'm finding that I'm getting a bit bored with it and am not sure what project to do next to challenge myself.  I'm using two colors on the current hat (striping teal and black).   Any suggestions from the knitters out there on new projects that would involve learning new techniques?  I was so impressed with 's lace shawl that I considered going that direction. But, I'm not really into lace. In our household, lace wouldn't last ten minutes. I just can't find anything that really grabs my interest.

emilysama: Faces look ugly when you're alone

Auugh my muscles are killing me thanks to yesterday's gym class. I leaned backwards to stretch my back and my abs were like, yeah that's not really gonna work for us, so now I'm sitting here trying to move as little as possible. I have a midterm in my Southern history class today and I really have no idea how it's gonna go. It's open-note and open-book but it's also an essay exam, and I hate a) writing essays without a computer and b) planning and writing essays in a set amount of time. I dunno, I think I'm too worried over my senior project to stress about anything else. Speaking of my senior project, I told my adviser I'd have some pages for him to look at today buuuut... that didn't really happen. I have like, a paragraph of gibberish. Luckily he's really understanding and I don't have to meet him until 2:00, so I can work on it a little more before then. I'm also meeting Negrelli-sensei today since the applications for JET are up and I want to talk to her about All Things Japan. I think I'll be asking for my references from her and Dr. Cozzens, although I won't officially ask them to do anything until I've got my statement of purpose written so I can give them a copy of that and talk to them about it a little. Over the weekend I went to Uncle Shuck's Corn Maze with AtlantaHP and had a blast--last year we went into the maze in teams trying to find the triwizard cup, but this year we just went in and raced to find all the checkpoints so it was fun to just sort of enjoy the maze for itself. They also had a haunted maze set up, and I was terrified. I held onto Traci and Veronica for dear life and screamed my head off. I have bruises on my arm that I think I must have got in the haunted maze--either from someone grabbing onto me for a change or from when we were being chased by one of the chainsaw guys in an area where they had smoke machines going and we ended up shoved up against the corn because we couldn't see where to go (although, in our defense, there was a green arrow pointing to a dead end and red lights where we should have gone. The chainsaw guy had to break character to point us in the right direction, which was pretty hilarious). Man, I love stuff like that. Halloween is the best. I should probably get back to studying and writing now. I'm looking forward to Fall Break even though I'm not going anywhere because it'll give me a chance to finally catch up with everything. And maybe I'll actually get a good night's sleep for the first time all month!

laurarey: Meditation, Dulcimers, Knitting Suggestions

Heh. Sometimes the universe/Divine/God/dess speaks to me in very plain language. This morning's meditation yielded:

"Don't wallow in self pity."


Plus, a lovely card explaining how I'm getting behind on some stuff and need to get it done or else.

Heh.  See? Universe takes pity on simple minds. :)


In other news, be vewy quiet, I am hunting dulcimers.  I like a couple of different company's models. 

http://www.mcspaddendulcimers.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/displayleaf/sid/1695662092171235661268/numlis/12/lh/h-0,c-8/sqst/9.htm  (Specifically the standard hour-glass walnut or cherry)

http://www.folkwood.com/page237.htm

I'm finding that getting used ones on ebay is more challenging than I thought.  I really want an hourglass one, and they don't seem to be much cheaper there than buying a new one from a company.  We'll see. If it's supposed to happen, it will.  Perhaps I'm only kidding myself that I have time or inclination to learn to play another instrument.  Still, the idea of having something new to learn this winter that doesn't involve computers sounds attractive. 

Since taking a couple of knitting classes this spring, I've knitted a scarf, two pairs of socks, mittens, a hat and just finished the pieces for a sweater.  I'm starting another hat for myself with the yarn I have left over from the previous projects.  However, I'm finding that I'm getting a bit bored with it and am not sure what project to do next to challenge myself.  I'm using two colors on the current hat (striping teal and black).   Any suggestions from the knitters out there on new projects that would involve learning new techniques?  I was so impressed with 's lace shawl that I considered going that direction. But, I'm not really into lace. In our household, lace wouldn't last ten minutes. I just can't find anything that really grabs my interest.

emilysama: Faces look ugly when you're alone

Auugh my muscles are killing me thanks to yesterday's gym class. I leaned backwards to stretch my back and my abs were like, yeah that's not really gonna work for us, so now I'm sitting here trying to move as little as possible. I have a midterm in my Southern history class today and I really have no idea how it's gonna go. It's open-note and open-book but it's also an essay exam, and I hate a) writing essays without a computer and b) planning and writing essays in a set amount of time. I dunno, I think I'm too worried over my senior project to stress about anything else. Speaking of my senior project, I told my adviser I'd have some pages for him to look at today buuuut... that didn't really happen. I have like, a paragraph of gibberish. Luckily he's really understanding and I don't have to meet him until 2:00, so I can work on it a little more before then. I'm also meeting Negrelli-sensei today since the applications for JET are up and I want to talk to her about All Things Japan. I think I'll be asking for my references from her and Dr. Cozzens, although I won't officially ask them to do anything until I've got my statement of purpose written so I can give them a copy of that and talk to them about it a little. Over the weekend I went to Uncle Shuck's Corn Maze with AtlantaHP and had a blast--last year we went into the maze in teams trying to find the triwizard cup, but this year we just went in and raced to find all the checkpoints so it was fun to just sort of enjoy the maze for itself. They also had a haunted maze set up, and I was terrified. I held onto Traci and Veronica for dear life and screamed my head off. I have bruises on my arm that I think I must have got in the haunted maze--either from someone grabbing onto me for a change or from when we were being chased by one of the chainsaw guys in an area where they had smoke machines going and we ended up shoved up against the corn because we couldn't see where to go (although, in our defense, there was a green arrow pointing to a dead end and red lights where we should have gone. The chainsaw guy had to break character to point us in the right direction, which was pretty hilarious). Man, I love stuff like that. Halloween is the best. I should probably get back to studying and writing now. I'm looking forward to Fall Break even though I'm not going anywhere because it'll give me a chance to finally catch up with everything. And maybe I'll actually get a good night's sleep for the first time all month!

laurarey: Meditation, Dulcimers, Knitting Suggestions

Heh. Sometimes the universe/Divine/God/dess speaks to me in very plain language. This morning's meditation yielded:

"Don't wallow in self pity."


Plus, a lovely card explaining how I'm getting behind on some stuff and need to get it done or else.

Heh.  See? Universe takes pity on simple minds. :)


In other news, be vewy quiet, I am hunting dulcimers.  I like a couple of different company's models. 

http://www.mcspaddendulcimers.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/displayleaf/sid/1695662092171235661268/numlis/12/lh/h-0,c-8/sqst/9.htm  (Specifically the standard hour-glass walnut or cherry)

http://www.folkwood.com/page237.htm

I'm finding that getting used ones on ebay is more challenging than I thought.  I really want an hourglass one, and they don't seem to be much cheaper there than buying a new one from a company.  We'll see. If it's supposed to happen, it will.  Perhaps I'm only kidding myself that I have time or inclination to learn to play another instrument.  Still, the idea of having something new to learn this winter that doesn't involve computers sounds attractive. 

Since taking a couple of knitting classes this spring, I've knitted a scarf, two pairs of socks, mittens, a hat and just finished the pieces for a sweater.  I'm starting another hat for myself with the yarn I have left over from the previous projects.  However, I'm finding that I'm getting a bit bored with it and am not sure what project to do next to challenge myself.  I'm using two colors on the current hat (striping teal and black).   Any suggestions from the knitters out there on new projects that would involve learning new techniques?  I was so impressed with 's lace shawl that I considered going that direction. But, I'm not really into lace. In our household, lace wouldn't last ten minutes. I just can't find anything that really grabs my interest.

emilysama: Faces look ugly when you're alone

Auugh my muscles are killing me thanks to yesterday's gym class. I leaned backwards to stretch my back and my abs were like, yeah that's not really gonna work for us, so now I'm sitting here trying to move as little as possible. I have a midterm in my Southern history class today and I really have no idea how it's gonna go. It's open-note and open-book but it's also an essay exam, and I hate a) writing essays without a computer and b) planning and writing essays in a set amount of time. I dunno, I think I'm too worried over my senior project to stress about anything else. Speaking of my senior project, I told my adviser I'd have some pages for him to look at today buuuut... that didn't really happen. I have like, a paragraph of gibberish. Luckily he's really understanding and I don't have to meet him until 2:00, so I can work on it a little more before then. I'm also meeting Negrelli-sensei today since the applications for JET are up and I want to talk to her about All Things Japan. I think I'll be asking for my references from her and Dr. Cozzens, although I won't officially ask them to do anything until I've got my statement of purpose written so I can give them a copy of that and talk to them about it a little. Over the weekend I went to Uncle Shuck's Corn Maze with AtlantaHP and had a blast--last year we went into the maze in teams trying to find the triwizard cup, but this year we just went in and raced to find all the checkpoints so it was fun to just sort of enjoy the maze for itself. They also had a haunted maze set up, and I was terrified. I held onto Traci and Veronica for dear life and screamed my head off. I have bruises on my arm that I think I must have got in the haunted maze--either from someone grabbing onto me for a change or from when we were being chased by one of the chainsaw guys in an area where they had smoke machines going and we ended up shoved up against the corn because we couldn't see where to go (although, in our defense, there was a green arrow pointing to a dead end and red lights where we should have gone. The chainsaw guy had to break character to point us in the right direction, which was pretty hilarious). Man, I love stuff like that. Halloween is the best. I should probably get back to studying and writing now. I'm looking forward to Fall Break even though I'm not going anywhere because it'll give me a chance to finally catch up with everything. And maybe I'll actually get a good night's sleep for the first time all month!

laurarey: Meditation, Dulcimers, Knitting Suggestions

Heh. Sometimes the universe/Divine/God/dess speaks to me in very plain language. This morning's meditation yielded:

"Don't wallow in self pity."


Plus, a lovely card explaining how I'm getting behind on some stuff and need to get it done or else.

Heh.  See? Universe takes pity on simple minds. :)


In other news, be vewy quiet, I am hunting dulcimers.  I like a couple of different company's models. 

http://www.mcspaddendulcimers.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/displayleaf/sid/1695662092171235661268/numlis/12/lh/h-0,c-8/sqst/9.htm  (Specifically the standard hour-glass walnut or cherry)

http://www.folkwood.com/page237.htm

I'm finding that getting used ones on ebay is more challenging than I thought.  I really want an hourglass one, and they don't seem to be much cheaper there than buying a new one from a company.  We'll see. If it's supposed to happen, it will.  Perhaps I'm only kidding myself that I have time or inclination to learn to play another instrument.  Still, the idea of having something new to learn this winter that doesn't involve computers sounds attractive. 

Since taking a couple of knitting classes this spring, I've knitted a scarf, two pairs of socks, mittens, a hat and just finished the pieces for a sweater.  I'm starting another hat for myself with the yarn I have left over from the previous projects.  However, I'm finding that I'm getting a bit bored with it and am not sure what project to do next to challenge myself.  I'm using two colors on the current hat (striping teal and black).   Any suggestions from the knitters out there on new projects that would involve learning new techniques?  I was so impressed with 's lace shawl that I considered going that direction. But, I'm not really into lace. In our household, lace wouldn't last ten minutes. I just can't find anything that really grabs my interest.

emilysama: Faces look ugly when you're alone

Auugh my muscles are killing me thanks to yesterday's gym class. I leaned backwards to stretch my back and my abs were like, yeah that's not really gonna work for us, so now I'm sitting here trying to move as little as possible. I have a midterm in my Southern history class today and I really have no idea how it's gonna go. It's open-note and open-book but it's also an essay exam, and I hate a) writing essays without a computer and b) planning and writing essays in a set amount of time. I dunno, I think I'm too worried over my senior project to stress about anything else. Speaking of my senior project, I told my adviser I'd have some pages for him to look at today buuuut... that didn't really happen. I have like, a paragraph of gibberish. Luckily he's really understanding and I don't have to meet him until 2:00, so I can work on it a little more before then. I'm also meeting Negrelli-sensei today since the applications for JET are up and I want to talk to her about All Things Japan. I think I'll be asking for my references from her and Dr. Cozzens, although I won't officially ask them to do anything until I've got my statement of purpose written so I can give them a copy of that and talk to them about it a little. Over the weekend I went to Uncle Shuck's Corn Maze with AtlantaHP and had a blast--last year we went into the maze in teams trying to find the triwizard cup, but this year we just went in and raced to find all the checkpoints so it was fun to just sort of enjoy the maze for itself. They also had a haunted maze set up, and I was terrified. I held onto Traci and Veronica for dear life and screamed my head off. I have bruises on my arm that I think I must have got in the haunted maze--either from someone grabbing onto me for a change or from when we were being chased by one of the chainsaw guys in an area where they had smoke machines going and we ended up shoved up against the corn because we couldn't see where to go (although, in our defense, there was a green arrow pointing to a dead end and red lights where we should have gone. The chainsaw guy had to break character to point us in the right direction, which was pretty hilarious). Man, I love stuff like that. Halloween is the best. I should probably get back to studying and writing now. I'm looking forward to Fall Break even though I'm not going anywhere because it'll give me a chance to finally catch up with everything. And maybe I'll actually get a good night's sleep for the first time all month!

laurarey: Meditation, Dulcimers, Knitting Suggestions

Heh. Sometimes the universe/Divine/God/dess speaks to me in very plain language. This morning's meditation yielded:

"Don't wallow in self pity."


Plus, a lovely card explaining how I'm getting behind on some stuff and need to get it done or else.

Heh.  See? Universe takes pity on simple minds. :)


In other news, be vewy quiet, I am hunting dulcimers.  I like a couple of different company's models. 

http://www.mcspaddendulcimers.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/displayleaf/sid/1695662092171235661268/numlis/12/lh/h-0,c-8/sqst/9.htm  (Specifically the standard hour-glass walnut or cherry)

http://www.folkwood.com/page237.htm

I'm finding that getting used ones on ebay is more challenging than I thought.  I really want an hourglass one, and they don't seem to be much cheaper there than buying a new one from a company.  We'll see. If it's supposed to happen, it will.  Perhaps I'm only kidding myself that I have time or inclination to learn to play another instrument.  Still, the idea of having something new to learn this winter that doesn't involve computers sounds attractive. 

Since taking a couple of knitting classes this spring, I've knitted a scarf, two pairs of socks, mittens, a hat and just finished the pieces for a sweater.  I'm starting another hat for myself with the yarn I have left over from the previous projects.  However, I'm finding that I'm getting a bit bored with it and am not sure what project to do next to challenge myself.  I'm using two colors on the current hat (striping teal and black).   Any suggestions from the knitters out there on new projects that would involve learning new techniques?  I was so impressed with 's lace shawl that I considered going that direction. But, I'm not really into lace. In our household, lace wouldn't last ten minutes. I just can't find anything that really grabs my interest.

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Dragonfly or Insect Spy? Scientists at Work on Robobugs. By Rick Weiss
Washington Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, October 9, 2007; Page A03 Vanessa Alarcon saw them while working at an antiwar rally in Lafayette Square last month. "I heard someone say, 'Oh my god, look at those,' " the college senior from New York recalled. "I look up and I'm like, 'What the hell is that?' They looked kind of like dragonflies or little helicopters. But I mean, those are not insects." Robotic fliers have been used by the military since World War II, but in the past decade their numbers and level of sophistication have increased enormously.
Out in the crowd, Bernard Crane saw them, too. "I'd never seen anything like it in my life," the Washington lawyer said. "They were large for dragonflies. I thought, 'Is that mechanical, or is that alive?' " That is just one of the questions hovering over a handful of similar sightings at political events in Washington and New York. Some suspect the insectlike drones are high-tech surveillance tools, perhaps deployed by the Department of Homeland Security. Others think they are, well, dragonflies -- an ancient order of insects that even biologists concede look about as robotic as a living creature can look. No agency admits to having deployed insect-size spy drones. But a number of U.S. government and private entities acknowledge they are trying. Some federally funded teams are even growing live insects with computer chips in them, with the goal of mounting spyware on their bodies and controlling their flight muscles remotely. The robobugs could follow suspects, guide missiles to targets or navigate the crannies of collapsed buildings to find survivors.

polygenic

Here lies an attempt to summarize and explain my terribly convoluted feelings for Liliana. Hopefully it will aid my attempts to re-establish the brief period of happiness we had together, and if not, at least allow me to avoid bringing further unhappiness into her life. It begins near the beginning of Semester 2 last year, in August. I had first properly Liliana in the MUMS room playing Sudoku, and found her manner peculiar but otherwise thought little of it at the time and simply classified her as another of QC's extended friend network. However, she soon began to tag along with QC to various outings involving myself, and eventually began showing up at my house by herself to wake me up and drag me out and acquire lunch. I was slightly confused by this, but being used to the quirkiness of humans, assumed she just did this sort of thing to all her friends. Liliana struck me at first as an archetype I was well acquainted with, the ditzy girls with sufficient local intelligence and wit to attach themselves to intellectual crowds without actually practicing any of the disciplines on which they are based. Soon enough she started regularly talking to me online, and bringing me back to her boyfriend's apartment for brief periods to play games and engage in conversation. This was all very pleasant and not terribly scary beyond my ordinary social anxiety. I do, however, recall one particular instance of her wearing a bikini. I had not noticed her to be particularly attractive until this point, but was in little position to appreciate when I did. What I now assume to be her 'seductive' behaviour was most distressing to me at the time- at that stage I barely knew her and could only guess at what its purpose was, most of my guesses leading to some kind of hostile manipulation. The fact that Daniel was in fact present at the time further complicated the situation, and I simply ignored her oddness for the time being. I am uncertain about the order in which the following events (park & kidnapping) occurred, but I will begin with the park. One night I mentioned my tendency to feed local possums to Liliana, and she suggested we do so together, to which I agreed. Unfortunately, we had come too late, and few possums were present. My memory of the exact proceeds is fuzzy, but I believe Liliana noticed my disappointment at this and attempted to hug me. This was most startling to me as I had still only met her a month or so previously, and combined with previous encounters and the fact that she was already in an apparently loving relationship, I was most suspicious of her intentions. Liliana was understandably most upset by my reluctance to return her affections, and we left each other feeling substantially confused and depressed. Reference is <a href="http://sharnofshade.livejournal.com/2006/09/05/">here</a>. After sharing this emotional experience, unpleasant or not, our relationship picked up. We began seeing each other much more frequently, and eventually I ended up staying at Daniel's apartment for two weeks while he was away. This time was one of the happiest periods of my life; after so long without people whom I cared about and who cared about me, Liliana was wonderful. We spent almost every moment together, either going out to feed seagulls and pigeons or staying in to watch Red Dwarf or play Gamecube. Reference <a href="http://terraluming.livejournal.com/2006/09/20/">here</a> and<a href="http://terraluming.livejournal.com/2006/09/27/">here</a>. At this point I was slightly aware of her crush, but although I liked her a great deal and we often slept in the same bed, sexual interest had not entered my mind at all. I was simply happy to have a real friend again. Shortly after this period of time however, my relationship with my father deteriorated, which is a whole other story which I have little desire to expand on here. Ultimately it resulted in my staying at the apartment on a more or less permanent basis and greatly reinforcing my growing attachment to Liliana, thanks to her wonderful support and comforting abilities. However, Daniel was growing understandably displeased by the amount of time we spent together. I felt horribly guilty for this, having no desire to break up their relationship. But there was little I could do at the time, as I was on bad terms with all of my family and literally had nowhere else to go. At some point, Liliana began attempting to kiss me. While quite attracted to her by this stage, my desire not to hurt her relationship with Daniel was stronger. Nonetheless, it did not last, and we eventually did have sex. I was at that point a virgin, and found it frightening, but the sensation of reciprocated <i>closeness</i> to another individual was extremely pleasant and not what I had previously imagined sex to be like at all. We began to engage in sex fairly regularly from this point, although exam stress dulled my desire for it considerably, much to Liliana's irritation. Eventually, at the beginning of 2007, Daniel left for America, leaving us alone with the apartment and a large amount of free time. The following month or so was almost as pleasant as the two weeks I had stayed with her previously. I loved her dearly by this stage, and my affections appeared to be reciprocated. We ate, played and slept together, had marvelous discussions regarding scientific wonders and snerked at the ignorant, and were generally about as close as any two people could be. Sex was occasional, and though quite enjoyable, far from a major factor in our friendship. Life was fairly awesome. However, as with all good things, it did not last. At some point I made the mistake of introducing her to Arlen. My past relationship with Arlen was far more convoluted and twisted than I feel comfortable espousing about at present, but the upshot of it all was that he acted as an emotional wildcard on me. His presence tended to induce a state of emotional hyperalgesia in me, increasing my sensitivity even to the most neutral stimuli. Liliana had known of my attraction to Arlen for some time, and somehow got it in to her head that it would make me happy to get us back together. I knew that would never happen, but Liliana's adorable naivete was difficult to resist and I did still have lingering attraction to the boy. Unfortunately, Arlen played along- any residual interest he may have had in me had long since faded, but he too took a great liking to Liliana. This culminated in one of the most unpleasant nights of my life, and one of the few times I have seriously considered committing suicide. The two of them had sex. I believe Liliana had originally intended it to be a threesome, but knowing what I did of Arlen's intentions (and being terribly sleepy), I had no interest in participating and instead attempted to fall asleep.
A fatal mistake, as this resulted in my having to endure four hours (and three orgasms) of the only two people in the world I had ever truely cared about completely ignoring me in favor of each other. The pain was unendurable, and had I not been under the effects of emotional paralysis I most likely would have screamed. After they were asleep, I left the room, curled up in the computer room and cried for several more hours before Liliana awoke and found me. The rest of the day was spent in and out of tears, but I eventually recovered enough to feel something approximating normal. Just as this occurred, however, I found the two of them in the bedroom making out- and it all returned quite suddenly. I amalgamated my belongings and fled from the apartment. To my great relief, Liliana followed me, and we spent a time lying in the park crying into each others' arms. The next couple of months I was greatly depressed for much of the time, though I managed to suppress it in Liliana's company. Exams came and went. Daniel returned from America, and I saw less of her. The times when I did were relatively happy, although notably we never had sex. I began to notice subtle things about Liliana; the way she talked to Daniel was the most significant, as every second statement about herself appeared to be some kind of lie or misleading halftruth. Combined with previous occasions where she had been less than honest with me, I began to become somewhat wary of the girl's integrity. Still, I loved her greatly, and things were relatively peaceful between us. Time passed, and Daniel soon left for America again, but not before introducing Liliana to an individual known as Mark. Mark was an analyical philosopher- an important point, because if there is one discipline I despise the most, it is the art of making yourself look intelligent in order to gain power over other peoples' perceptions. She soon developed a crush on this Mark, which troubled me, but I didn't think much of it of the time as he was already engaged. I should have known better by this stage. Liliana and Mark became more closely acquainted, and it was eventually revealed that the crush was reciprocated. I have little desire or time to recount the recent events which followed from this, but I shall summarize the dilemma they pose for me as follows. 1. Liliana has stated that she likes Mark more than just physically.
2. She spends long periods of time engaged in online conversation with him.
3. For the last month or so we have barely had a real conversation, nor done anything significant together.
4. Liliana has not had sex with me nor displayed attraction to me at all, despite my clear interest in her.
5. She has stated that this is because she simply has no interest in sex at the moment, and does not masturbate or have interest in other men. This would be understandable.
6. Were it true. She has kissed Mark and made her sexual attraction to him very clear. Additionally, she has also masturbated on several occasions.
7. She lost interest in Daniel exceptionally quickly despite claiming to love him greatly, and virtually all her interactions with him recently have consisted of lies and deceit because it is 'too much effort to break up with him'.
8. Liliana has stated that she 'likes similar things about Mark that she likes about me', which is ironically supposed to comfort me.
9. I am therefore forced to conclude, roughly in order of the amount of supporting evidence:
  9a. Liliana is much more attracted to Mark than she is to me.
  9b. She has been lying to me about her sex drive in a similar way she did to Daniel, in order to prevent me from being upset and causing trouble.
  9c. Liliana is no longer attracted to me at all.
  9d. She also no longer loves me, and is likely keeping me around simply out of convenience and habit. I hope these conclusions are false, and that the whole thing is simply a result of my abandonment issues and paranoia. I will continue to gather evidence until I am certain of my conclusions. But for the moment, the situation does not look particularly good.

chocfreak: pssh.

 fuck, i'm so sleepy. i don't know how can i survive the looooooonnnggg way home without falling flat on my face. one great thing though - one more day and i'm gonna be free for three fucking days!! wuhoo!! i can't wait for thursday to be over, i might do cartwheels tomorrow!!! haha, now i'm being ridiculous. hey, i ahve to entertain myself.... i've been drinking coffee the whole day and i know i'll probably die from it and judging the amount of caffeine i've had today, it's probably enough to make a full-grown man stay awake for week! too bad my system's fucked up.. it's like i never had coffee. i should pack up now... ...maybe another cup would do the job. i'm gonna throw my co-worker's computer out of the window, her music is pissing me off.

missfpq: totally exciting.

it's been awhile.
been sick, very very sick this month (think 2 weeks of mc & flu) and in the midst of preparing for Czech! apparently everyone's really excited about it too. =) oh, 2 weeks of porridge is no joke either. bahhh. =|

there are many things on my mind lately. too many to pen down. or rather, gucci (my laptop has a posh name) has been living in my office for the past few weeks and thus the unavailability in updating more often. but you know i'm not that apologetic, more internet time means more depressing entries (maybe).

2 things to give thanks for:
..my dearest boss is finally married. i'm really happy for her...many thoughts ran through my mind as i witnessed her exchanging vows, giving thank-you speech to parents, and so so blissful. i'll elaborate more when i get our photos! 

..czech is becoming a reality. i didn't dare to believe that i will have enough to eat (but now i do. you will see it later) nor do i have enough to buy stuff for myself. aiya, let's face it. who doesn't like to buy get a piece of the country you're travelling in for yourself? up to last night, i couldn't believe that i can survive. i mean, i'm only bringing $550 (inclusive of transport and stay) over! how to survive....but really, thank God.  i decided to surrender to God and i told Him that i'll trust He will provide and i'll not worry. i will not starve because God won't allow that. praise Him! today, when i met my aunt, she gave me money. on top of that, she's paying for my travel insurance! another friend decided to donate money to me too. =...) i'm really, really thankful because God really answers prayers. 

there are many reasons to why going on this trip means so much to me. i need a break, i need to take my mind away from him, maybe a transition from creature to babo (i'm so torn over this, though much silly as it sounds), resting my soul, a time of bonding with my 2 gfs, attending the film fest and more importantly, knowing God more. i have so many plans, so little time. everyone's asking me to go on a 2-week stay, I WISH! 

heh, this is the reason why i will not go hungry in czech:


many, many food. all bought with love. =..)

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here's a sneak preview to the many beautiful pictures we took during the wedding!


last minute decor stress was spent like this!


on closer look, my face looks F A T.


i don't do such photos most of the time, so i decided to try it out. haha!

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i was on my way to esplanade on sunday to attend Kumar the Queen, which was not very fantastic by the way...and you know the underground pass always have those exhibitions? you should check out the latest one, it's all by kids! as young as 4 years old... and look what i found!


patrick! 

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and during the early days of squirming, i ate 3 mooncakes in less than a week.

mooooooncake
this was my third. and now i wonder why i didn't finish off the fourth. hmm.

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when i'm back, i will flood the pages with photos and more photos! am not very keen on the trips to internet cafes just to transfer photo data. bahhh.

ta!

bellehiver

goddammit. my CD-ROM died. I guess I should be happy it lasted as long as it did. Now I either have to find another crappy one from a dead computer laying around somewhere, or buy a new one. Getting a new one would mean I could get one that has a burner on it, tho. Actually, dad had better buy it for me. I'm not usually ungrateful about having to get my own things, but when Brittany got a new computer for no reason at all, and Nicole got a new laptop for "school", I kind of was upset about it. So I think he owes me. I guess its a weird form of sibling rivalry. If they get a huge expensive present just because, I should get something too goddammit. I think it also has something to do with being the oldest. You know how it is. You get none of the attention, none of the cool toys, all the responsibility/chores/homework, etc etc etc. It sucks. But you do get to be cooler and more mature for basically your entire life, so that's kind of a payoff. Still. I kind of need my computer for watching DVD's, since no one likes it when I use the TV's. Like, ever. Mom got pissed at me last Thursday for wanting to watch the Office, and she wouldn't even sit in the room with me while it was on. She went in the kitchen and started throwing a fit by cleaning dishes loudly, which I ignored, cause, um, encouraging childish shit by reacting to it is not what I do. That's Nicole's deal. I refer everyone to Hallie's entry about her getting caught on camera. I keep looking at that second picture, and trying to see if the person in the way back with their arm in the air is me. the darkness makes it hard to tell if her shirt/jacket/etc is purple or just black x_x but the wristSTRONG bracelet is on the correct arm, AND that was about when I went out to find Hallie again. sooooo... I dunno. I can't remember if I raised my arm or not x_x stupid bad memory. I wish I'd kept my hat on after we started drinking. That would've been the end of guessing. let's just say its me for the sake of it being awesome :P

rathtairis: Ha Ha!

So tonight was fun.  After getting kicked out of my room so my roomie could have some torrid affair with someone who never ended up appearing, I spent some quality time practicing my instruments and eventually going over to the PUB to play WoW on the shiny computers.  And then my "chaperon" found out that I went over there by myself, and decided that he needed to show up.  So he mosied on over, talked to me for a little bit and then went downstairs to play CounterStrike Source.   After finally deciding that I should get off the computers, I went down to join Zach only to get coerced into playing the game too.  And DAMN! it was fun.  xD

So after getting kicked out of the computer lab, because apparently we were supposed to be out of there at midnight instead of one (go figure), the chaperon fulfilled his duty by making sure I didn't walk in the dark all by myself.  I probably should be flattered and all, but the stubborn, self-sufficient part of me just wanted to kick his ass.  But he was entertaining on the walk home, so I guess he made up for it.  Oh well, can't be helped.   

Today was also the first day of playing bari for Jazz Band.  I squeaked so much, it was ridiculous.  So tomorrow after Marching Band, I'm going to spend a good hour or so in the practice rooms trying to make it sound good.  I just need some time to honk out the notes.  Hopefully, whoever is in Jazz 1 plays on the Mach, so I can snag the Yanagi for myself.   Just sequester myself in a practice room, get the feel of the instrument, and hopefully I'll be good to go.  A part of me really wants to be a music major, but whatev.

Oh, on a different note:  Broken Home is now undergoing its revamp.  I'll post all the revised chapters as well as a new one (hopefully) by the end of the month.  And the second chapter of Moral Fight is getting started on after that.   I'm going to be slightly insane and try to do two continuous fics at one time.  And be in two bands as well as take 18 credits.  I'll be dead around finals, I'm calling it.  Although I suppose the only way to avoid that is to take rather immaculate notes in class.  And study every waking moment.   xD  Not happening.

modernevil: less than this:

I should probably ought to get a computer with a proper keyboard to write this, instead of pecking it out on my iPhone, but I already bring the iPhone to bed with me, and I'm already in bed... So that's that, I suppose. Anyway, so:

Updates.

My life doesn't suck. I have a stable job that doesn't stress me out most of the time, my boss recently commended me on not working too fast, because literally every other person in the department has cost the company money while trying to exceed production goals. I decided a couple/few months ago that to avoid stress I'm better off just trying to do my best on every booking and maintain a steady pace of work; like driving, you don't really get that much ahead by driving agressively and ignoring the rules.

I got another book edited, laid out, and set up with my new printer. I know Dragons' Truth is a few years old and has been available through Cafepress, but it's good to be doing it "right" now. You can order it through any book store, and it's listed at most online retailers along with my other three books. I've been working on getting Worth 1k --- Volume 2 together and online this month (maybe this week; I just need to finish tweeking the cover and the end matter), and then I'm going to do a big order of books to take around to all the independent booksellers in town and see about getting on store shelves. If I can get myself to actually do that, it'll be as big a step as anything else I've done re: books. For some reason, it's harder for me than writing them.

My grandfather is sick and only getting worse. This week my younger brother, Heath, has driven him to California to see the ocean for the last time. As fast as I'm told his skeleton is being eaten by the cancer, there won't be much left of him for very long. Doesn't mean he won't just keep on keepin' on, of course. It's difficult for me, emotionally, to be aware of it all- as is to be expected, I suppose. Death and pain and loss are life, too. I expressed some of this better in W1k-v2, I think.

I'm a terrible friend. This isn't news to my friends, but it's fairly accurate. I feel useless. Inept. Flabbergasted, at times. Friends in hospitals, friends getting surgeries, friends facing depression, friends going through life changes, trying to turn their lives around, and me? Where am I? Not there, often silent or worse: self-centered and needy. And when I think about this very deficit, my reaction tends to be to distance myself further, to move to silence, and that is a very difficult force to work against.

Financially, I am either digging myself into a hole or investing in the future of my publishing company. Sometimes it's hard to tell whether I've simply got an expensive hobby or I'm terrible at business. Could be both, I suppose. In roughly 7 months of business so far, on $1.99 in revenue, Modern Evil Press has had a net loss of nearly $2k so far. On wait, that's just the books. With art sold and art supplies in the same period, the revenue goes up to about $186 and the loss stays about the same. The trick, I suppose, is in finding an audience for my books of at least 1,000 folks, eh? On well. Or switch to art and give up on writing.

Giving up: now there's something I can get behind.



[less than this]

вторник, 9 октября 2007 г.

elphinqueen: So I am blogger now.

Well here I am -  finally. Always wanted to do this, but being home computer free - it's not easy. But I need to post, so here it is. At work I am dealing with a number of "interesting" issues which I won't bore people with only to say....it's 'not easy being green in a drought'. I can see that I am going to have to improve my on-line looks - and think of some stuff to write about. Perhaps I will start with how much I love rural life, as compared to the city. Anywhere I can walk to work and the gym, smell real roses, hear real bird calls (even if they are a tad noisy - especially the Corellas) and get a pizza, decent red and run a medieval event for mid-winter next year is the place for me. Come visit!!! Pics and prettying up soon, when I have worked it all out!!! 


jshorb: Winner!

Today, I finally felt like I wasn't an idiot. I have a piece of code that has taken me a long time to get right. Actually, it still isn't right. Basically, my boss insinuated that there must be a problem with the code since the results were wrong (seems like a good idea, eh?). BUT I had tested everything I could think of. In the end, I ended up running it with smaller numbers, and it worked fine. I think I overloaded the computer's capability to store numbers accurately (and I'm using FORTRAN77). Granted, if you take 1700, square it, then multiply it by one million, it gets really large. It should still be a little better than this... but round off errors kill you with these sorts of things. In other news... House is still a great show. My friends are fun, and I'm hoping for a decent turnout tomorrow at Andy's and my discussion group tomorrow (we're reading Weight of Glory... pretty amazing 25 pages...) Oh, and I've started running. I'm taking glucosamine for my joints, and we'll see if it keeps them from being on fire. I only do like 10 minutes or so with Melissa. Don't get me wrong... I still hate running, but I'm too busy to do much else and get a decent workout.

guyindkny: Tears of Frustration!

My work computer is at it again. It refused to allow me to log on to my Yahoo account, no matter the tears or the threats of defenestration. Nothing. I mean, I could access pretty much anything else--just not my bloody email. And mysteriously, around 1.30, it had upgraded to letting me log in, but not being able to actually read my email--just the titles. It finally clared up by 3.55, as I was preparing to head home for the day. It's not the browser that's the issue--it was the same using both IE and Firefox, which means it's probably some kind of server issue. But what I'm not sure. Regardless, it's terribly inconvenient, and incompehensible.

saltthewoundd

 Today was insane. I had a lame day of work then I was on my way home. I was at the stop signs for Minerva and Grove when this car went when I started to go. The stupid Jeep got in front of me and I beeped. Then they decided to be dicks and started spinning the tires and making all this smoke then started going in reverse trying to hit me and moving forward really quick and stopping. I just dealt with it figuring they are just idiots with too much time on their hands, until they did that all the way down Minerva, Main St, and my street. It literally took me ten minutes to get to my house when from that point it would take me 20 seconds. I got annoyed and pulled in my driveway and they drove a little down the street turned around and started racing back. I got scared so I pulled back out and drove away. Yet they caught up with me down Fletcher and started racing forward towards straight ahead missing my car by a foot barely... I started getting nervous they were chasing me and swerving and trying to hit me while opening their car doors and shouting things I couldn't hear and being complete assholes. So I got so scared I raced home and ran in my house. I was the only one home, and then they kept driving by making rounds of my block every minute. I got so scared I tried to call the police but the regluar number was so confusing. Then I called TK trying to find Craig and since TK lives right by me I figured maybe he could help. He was just like HANG UP and call 911. I was so nervous because they kept stopping in front of my house and getting out and getting in a driving away and since I was the only one home, I did. I was like hysterical for some reason, because I'm just a nervous wreck like that. The police came and sent out search cars and I haven't seen that Jeep since. But it just made me so nervous since I had NO clue who they were and they knew where I lived. I just feel so paranoid being home now and worrying they are going to get into my house or just completely ruin my car. It makes me angry that there was no motive behind this, and this all had to happen just because some idiots got a rise out of my frustration. If I ever see that car again, I will be tempted to do something to it, I'm not even joking. I hope someone slashes their tires. TK and his Mom are so awesome though they came over and helped and then my Mom came home. I am very grateful, because I don't know what would have happened if those people in the Jeep would have broken into my house. Oh and my computer has a disgusting virus so I am getting it completely wiped out tomorrow night.... yay... ... .

wizli: Pics of Jorgito!

Well, I seem to be abusing my mom's new digital camera... but I don't care! *insert evil laugh here*. - Here we have Jorgito with one of his girlfriends dressed with a typical chilean costume from the chilean island of Chiloé. He had lost already the typical hat and socks, made with a thick, scratchy whool (in a sunny day)... and the school act hadn't even began. He was so distracted, looking for my sister and me while dancing "El pavo". Hahaha! *snorts*, I just thought he looked like Han Solo, with his white shirt and sleveless jacket... and cocky attitude. - This is an old picture but he looks cuuute!. - Jorgito eating cotton-candy while enjoying our national festivities at the "fondas", during september. And where was his mother, you may ask?. Well, I was in sick bed, suffering a terrible stomach ache with a 38,5°C fever... So unfair, I wanted to go too!. - This one I took it last sunday, eating in our backyard. I hadn't discovered how to use the camera yet, it looks so dark... I have two notebooks and a folder in my computer full of drabbles, ficlets and crazy ideas for fics in several fandoms. What do I do with them?. Maybe I'll start a little fic journal, if nothing else it can be useful to improve my english writing skillz... Ideas for a name?.

pmmarcov: On Vox: Computer Corner from Comedy.com






Originally posted on patty.vox.com

reitafangirl: 10.09.07.

Wow, I seriously thought today was the eight of October. T^T. How the days go by without one noticing it.

I had loads of fun today. Until 3:30-ish pm... lemmie tell you, lets start.

I didn't go to school today because the brakes on the car were pretty bad. So I woke up at around 11am, because Amber told me last night that we couldn't meet up at 12pm as we originally planned because her mom had to go somewhere and she was going with her. We said, okay then 1:30pm it is. So I woke up at 11am, getting ready and stuff. Then my dad tells me that I bought him the WRONG brakes yesterday (when he told me the ones to get.) so I had to get him the other ones since he lost the receipt. sigh. When I got to the auto place, I noticed that I was still in my pjs. *what an embarrassment*

When I got back home, I got ready as quickly as I could. Then I got distracted because I was talking to Heather online, and I like talking to her and stuffs. but uhm, yeah, I left like around 12-something-ish. ehehe. and I met up with her at the corner of her street. Yesterday I bought her a Hershy's Chocolate Bar. and I gave that to her. She was happy! We went inside, I said hello to her mom, and we went in her room to talk for a bit and stuffs. We kissed a few. Then we went in her living room and we were watching many videos on her computer. ehehe KAT-TUN. lolol. We watched tons of videos trying to pass the time. Because we were suppose to meet up with Amber. I called her twice to make sure everything was in order, and she wasn't home. We thought that she already took the bus and came here but forgot where Heather or I lived, so we walked to Valley farms to check and she wasnt there, then the THIRD time I tried calling her, Amber says that she was trying to call me, and if I called her like 5 minutes before, she could have caught the bus and came to see us! This was around 3 o' clock. Heather and I sighed a lot. Now we have to think of a time and place for all three of us to hang out next. Though we decided on a date, we don't know if we can do it on that date, because someone is getting a new job, and another person is trying to figure out if she can skip school, ehehe  guess who. lolol.

Anyway, after that was said and done, we walked back to Heather's house and the sky was looking pretty bad, and I thought I heard thunder, but it was a motorcycle. I almost had a heart attack. I don't like thunder. When we got back to her house, I was having a paranoid attack! I was so worried for the thunder that I kind of wanted to go home. I know, I'm a big baby. SO WHAT! I am terrified of thunder, everyone is scared of something you know. Well I was shaking pretty bad so I left. not before giving her a kiss. ^////^. I think I made her a bit sad that I was leaving, but thunder... T^T. *cry cry* I will make it up to you! <333.

When I was walking back home, it started to rain REALLY HARD! I got stuck under a tree! and I was stranded there for a long while, before and old lady was yelling at me and kicked me out of her property. I called my dad to pick me up. the worst experience of my life. I dont ever want to leave the house when someone tells me its going to thunder (even though it doesnt look it) ever again. (thanks for the heads up Amber.) And because of the thunder storm, I didnt have Internet till like 9 o' clock pm. and I'm trying to post this as fast as I can before it goes out again.

Plus I'm downloading this kdrama (Korean Drama) called "18 vs. 29." From what I read it sounds really good, and anyone who knows me knows that I love dramas. ehehe, especially kdramas, (but I am starting to love the jdramas too!) lmao, here is the synopsis of "18 vs. 29":

*~18 vs. 29~*



"Yoo Hye-chan, 29, reverts mentally to an 18-year-old girl after having a car accident. As she recovers her memory and the relationship with her husband, Kang Sang-yeong, she goes through many hilarious and heart-moving moments.

Hye-chan, who was a beauty queen in high school, marries her former classmate Kang Bong-man. In 2005, she turns 29. But after a fierce fight with her husband, she heads to court to file for divorce, unable to control her rage anymore. On her way to court, her car clashes with a truck, and as a result she develops amnesia. She only remembers herself as a senior high schooler, when she was sassy and outgoing, and popular with her peers. As her memory reverts to her adolescent years, she suddenly becomes crazy about the dance group "Seo Tae Ji and Kids," which was popular with teenagers back in the ‘90s. While looking strong on the surface, deep inside she is soft-hearted and feeble. She likes Jane Campion's movie "Piano" a lot. Although Kang Bong-man, nicknamed "Ice Prince," is the ideal of every girl in Hye-chan's school, she regards him as shallow. The guy she really likes is her senior, Jeong Shi-woo.

But in reality, Hye-chan's husband is Kang Bong-man, whom she despised so much in high school. He changes his name to Kang Sang-yeong when he becomes an actor. In the latter part of the drama, Hye-chan recovers her memory and pursues her dream of becoming a film director. When Hye-chan loses her memory, Sang-yeong becomes preoccupied with mending their shattered relationship. He collects all the messages they had exchanged in the past to help her remember who he is. (http://wiki.d-addicts.com)"

I think it sounds pretty cool! I cant wait till it finishes downloading, I'm downloading three episodes already. When the whole thing is finished, I'll start to watch it.

I fell in love with the Jrock band, "Rentrer en soi." omfg, I love them so much! They're top three now in my top five! And I just started listening to them on Saturday! ehehehe, (Thanks Heather) lolol. I love their song "JUST MAD PAIN" I was listening to it non stop, on repeat, for three hours! <333.

And now I'm talking to Tetsuya, my soul mate! <33333

Okies, before my internet goes out again. I'm going to post this. Because I have a feeling it will go out.

I <3 you and ONLY you!!! ehehe lol ^////////^

Ja ne.

~Reita-kun, Reitafangirl, Rei-chan

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omg omg omg! I was watching the news, and I saw a Japanese guy talking! They said his name! "Ryuichi Kaneko" omfg omfg omfg he was amazingly hott!!! <33 okay that is all, I'm happy now. I'm not a stalker, I'm not crazy! What are you talking about?! *cough cough cough* ehehe lolol ^^;;

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Ja ne.

prettyinpink82

The past two days have been surprisingly less stressful than the past few weeks. I have 9 official days of school left, roughly 3 of which I will just be observing and not teaching, and things have already started winding down with planning, grading, etc. Next week is shortened because it is CNHS's fall break, so I only have to survive three days and then I'm driving up to Chicago on Thursday to visit Chris! I'm so, so, so pumped about that. We kept going back and forth on whether he would come here or I would go there but I thought it'd be nice to get a change of scenery; not to mention that I can get up there sooner than he'd get here, so we can see each other on Thursday and Friday, even if it's just in the evenings after he gets off work. And since I'd just be sitting around my apartment here reading, watching tv, and messing around on the computer, why not do it there instead? So killing time during the day won't be too bad, and we'll still have the whole rest of the weekend to go into the city and what not. We're going to try to switch things up this time and do some different things - maybe go to a museum or the aquarium, see a movie, have Thai or pizza - instead of our usual shopping trip on Michigan and dinner at the Grand Lux. OOH! I just had a brilliant idea! Chris and I are going to the zoo. It's free, it's within walking distance from his place, and there's penguins. It's settled. :)
Anyway, as you can see, I'm clearly in a fantastic mood, and my only hope is that I can maintain this for the next couple of weeks until student teaching is over. In the meantime, the plan for the week is as follows... I desparately need to do laundry - everything from clothes to towels to bedding, so I have two fat rolls of quarters here at my disposal, and all I need is the motivation to start it. I would have started tonight if my doctor's appointment hadn't run so late, but that was also something that really needed to be done, so I'm glad it's out of the way. Right now, I'm thinking I'd just like to stay home on Friday and rest since I'm working all day Saturday at Old Navy, but if plans materialize I'm open to suggestions. Saturday night I am sure I will want to just chill and catch up on tv, maybe do some work if I have to, and presumably I have Sunday off so that will be my grading/planning day if needed. I'm getting very anxious to start some "fun" reading, but I don't want to get ahead of myself, so I think it'll be another week or so before I do any. But I'd really like to squeeze in a book or even two before NaNo starts, if nothing else to jumpstart my brain with ideas. Right now I'm still pretty clueless about what I want to write, but leaning towards something of the chick-lit variety. We'll see. I'm hoping once my brain isn't otherwise consumed by teaching related stuff, something will come to me. On that note, I should probably get to bed shortly so I can be somewhat rested and ready to go for tomorrow. Only three more days until the weekend! Power through, everyone. :)

madbaker: Hurrah. And hurroo.

I spent way, waay too much time on the cell phone today with tech support. We were trying to set up the wireless router (which, by the way, was working fine before we called). I spent so much time that the cell phone ran out of juice. Not going to go into details - it was a comedy of errors - but eventually things got resolved. If only I'd had ' work number... Things now work. The proof? I'm typing this on our network, in the kitchen.
On the brand new laptop! What I'm reading: Paul Kearney, Hawkwood's Voyage

wonderful_words: Dear Carpal Tunnel Syndrome,

Please, I implore you with all my heart and soul. CTS, please stay away from me. My hands and arms are killing me. Picking up and playing my DS kills me. If I had a regular desktop keyboard, it would kill me too. Thank God I have a laptop. (My hands lie relatively flat as I type with it.)

I don't want to end up getting surgery on my hands. I don't want to be a cripple. So please... CTS, leave me, and never look back.

Anyway, I think I need to get braces for my wrists/arms. Because I'm afraid that if I don't, they'll just end up hurting so bad I'll be screwed over. Sometimes my fingertips get a little numb for no reason, or, like last night, my (left) arm hurt so bad I couldn't sleep for more than an hour. And I was actually tired, too.

On the plus side, I got an awesome concritical review (uh...okay, so it's not a word? Who cares!) from someone. They helped me out SO much.
On another plus side (well, for me, probably not for any of you, haha!), I wrote another oneshot.

The Best Kind of Poetry - [Fire Emblem 7] Hector watches Lyndis. Serra, of course, can't stay out of it, and intervenes, hoping to convince Hector to make a move. [OneShot][Giftfic][LynHector]

Now I've got to go to bed, even though I don't want to go to work tomorrow anyway (I have a feeling it'll be a bad, bad day).

I'll just keep telling myself... I love my job. I love my job. I love my job.  Maybe eventually I'll believe it.

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jeevesthegeisha: ok, skip the rope...

so lately there has been this group of people who like to come to my school and set up anti-abortion protests. they have HUGE posters of aborted fetuses (feti? haha, i dunno) that are all gross and they have guys standing one little platforms yelling about how wrong abortion is and how god hates it and everyone who get an abort is a sinner. they came back today. it was like the THIRD time in a i would say 4 or 5 week period. i mean, i am allllll about free speech. yes, good. its your constituional right. go for it. but SERIOUSLY do you really need GIANT posters of gross aborted fetuses? do you need to be YELLING about how anyone is a sinner that gets an abortion? this time it was more intese tho. there were cops here and one guy was video taping it! i think he might have been from a local news station, not sure tho. it lasted 5 HOURS. yeah, it was nuts. and so i got reallllly worked up because i hate people that feel they have to PUSH their beliefs on you. yes, i know maybe you could say they were just "informing" us, but thats not how it felt. it felt forced. usually i dont get all political because usually i dont care BUT as a girl i feel like i really do care about this. its a woman's choice. not the governments. yes, i know people abuse it and they don't know how to control themselves, but why do they have to fuck it up for the people who really need one? and where they were holding the protest was literally 5 feet from the little playground outside the education building. there were little kids running around and there are HUGE posters of gross-ness. not cool, man. "are you locked and loaded, officer?" "i'm a tiger ready to pounce, taylor." and.... "i think he said, stop the noodle skews." hahahaha i wish our protest was more like that one. that way i wouldn't get so MAD about it. anyway, moving on.... so i haven't really seen season 6 because i dont own it. i mean, i saw it when it was on new on the WB and i occasionally see part of one on ABC family, but i would say im not an expert on that season. anyway, ABC family is on season 6 now (the second ep i think, "fight face") and i watched the whole thing today and i forgot how GOOD it was! luke and lorelai are so damn cute! kinda made me sad tho. i miss them :( i love the "hole" part. she can't form complete sentences. oh oh oh and i love when luke is all like gonna take TJ out to a baseball game but hang him on the car ride there. ohhh and before that when he's like "him. him. kill..." i was like YES! I SAW THAT TOO! haha<3 him!! and then they're like, "we need tarp. plywood. staple gun. rope." "you're not garroting TJ." "ok, skip the rope." i have nooooo idea if that how you spell that. i just sounded it out. haha. but the part with rory is so sad. i hate that lorelai and rory had that fight. hate it hate it hate it. makes me mad anytime i see it. :( but the LL stuff made me soooo happy! "come down here so i can kiss you!" awww i love it<3 ok, enough rambling for now. i guess i should....do homework? shower? stay on the computer? we have a winner ;)

rusisrael_comm: Job Title :APPLICATION ENGINEER (1021)

22:31 09.10.2007
Job Title :APPLICATION ENGINEER (1021)
About the Job:
Division: CPD – FTTH BU
Location: HERZELIA, ISRAEL
PMC-Sierra’s FTTH (Fiber-To-The-Home) division was formed through the acquisition of Israeli start-up Passave in April 2006. We are the world leader in semiconductor for FTTH, having shipped more than 3 Million devices for Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) and central Office (CO). We are developing next generation SoCs for the EPON and GPON standards in advanced process nodes, running cutting-edge embedded software, and accompanied by state-of-the-art mixed-signal technology.
Responsibilities:
• Manage Intl accounts of the BU from the technical perspective.
• Work closely with R&D to resolve issue coming from customer.
• Work closely with Product management group to define features.
• Support customers on-site
• Write technical material
• Perform demos
Qualifications:
Years of Experience: 2 years
Education: B.Sc. Electrical Engineering or B.Sc in Computer Science
Requirements:
• Experience in customer facing rules – Pre/Post Sales or MKT.
• Experience in communication components / protocols /equipment
• Fluent in Hebrew/English
• Willingness to travel
• Experience in working in an Intl company –An advantage
• R&D experience - An advantage
About PMC-Sierra:
PMC-SierraTM is a leading provider of broadband communications and storage semiconductors for enterprise, access, metro, storage, wireless infrastructure, laser printers and customer premises equipment. The company offers worldwide technical and sales support, including a network of offices throughout North America, Europe and Asia. The company is publicly traded on the NASDAQ Stock Market under the PMCS symbol and is included in the S&P 500 Index.

For more information, visit www.pmc-sierra.com.

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smilekat

I was reading some of my old entries and came across a few things: First: Someone paid for me to go to Mexico. wow. that still hasn't sunk it. i am so THANKFUL! Second: The semester that I slept in a closet without heat and had a hammock hanging from the ceiling at the international house. This past week was hard. I am starting to admit to myself that I am slightly suicidal. "Hi my name is Kat and I have problems." *I'm sure to most of you this isn't a shock I have to come to terms, i have put a ton of effort into proving my mental stability to myself, i think it is a pride thing.* For a leadership class I had to think about my 5 year plan. As usual I am flippant and relaxed about the direction of my life. It comes down to Gods desires for my life, one step at a time. Little indicators these past two weeks have been pointing out Gods desire to fulfill a purpose in each of us, including me. I had this image of me as a grandmother. I felt guilty wanting it so bad, who am I to deserve tomorrow. I had never thought of myself as growing old, ever. Maybe this is why i will act like the eternal peter pan. Ever since my childhood i have no trust in the future because tomorrow, hell the next two seconds of my life are precious and real. I realized I never settle on a plan because I never knew if i would make it past tomorrow. As most of you know I beleive in that higher being that some of us like to curse about. A girl named Crystal was put in my path, she is the one with the two children that I love to play with. She had an interesting life needless to say and is going to Africa in Dec to provide solar powered computers to the villages so they can have access to the largest library in the world as well as provide their own information. She is an Asheville hippie who never believed in God until she went to Africa and found the man God wanted her to be with and literally 'saw the light' in a dream calling her to be a missionary. *sounds crazy but honestly she is a fantastic friend and mother* I am rambling on about her because she is also bipolar and was institutionalized at the age of eleven for trying to commit suicide everyday *verbally physically abusive relationships entire younger life* I don't think it was coincidence we met. She gives me hope. just like the hope and joy i leech from every person i come in contact with, geez the beauty that i have come across. i can't romanticize all of you enough for you to understand. one of my livejournal pals actually called me 'a light of the world' I reflect what is sent to me. i receive guilty pleasure with every smile, every vulnerable laugh, dance, life that comes out of others. The hammock in a closet at International house represents a past that doesn't just consist of hopelessness but also adventures and moments of complete deep richness, reality. I'm writing this with an enormous plate of rice and salmon sitting beside me, tears running down my face, and the rumble of engines driving down Tulane Ave to Layola. Billie Holiday just came on and I have a conceptual framework to write. This calls for hot chocolate with a pinch of chili and then perhaps a little of The other Boelyn before sleep.

ohsoemo22

1. What is more difficult for you, looking into someones eyes when you are telling someone how you feel, or looking into someones eyes when they are telling you how they feel? both i guess. it all depends on if the feelings are good or bad. 2. Think of the last time you were REALLY angry. Why were you angry? yesterday. i was just so stressed about everything and working out usually helps but i didn't. 3. You are on a flight from Honolulu to Chicago non-stop. There is a fire in the back of the plane. You get enough time to make ONE phone call. Who would you call? it depends who was with me on the flight, friends, family, was i by myself? if i was by myself i'd call my parents. 4. You are at the doctor's office and she has just informed you that you have approximately one month to live. (1) Do you tell anyone/everyone you are going to die? (2) What do you do with your remaining days? (3) Would you be afraid? i would tell people. i'd probably try and do as much as possible. i'd be very afraid but there wouldn't be anything i could do. 5. You can have one of the following two things- trust/love. Which do you choose? they go hand in hand. 6. You are walking down the street on your way to work. There is a dog drowning in the canal on the side of the street. Your boss has told you if you are late one more time you get fired. Do you save the dog? an animal is more important 7. You are unfaithful to your boyfriend/girlfriend. i'd tell them. they'd deserve to know. 8. If you could go back and be with your first love, would you? i guess there is a reason they're not apart of my life now. 9. Think of the last person who you know that died. You have the chance to give them 1 hour of life back, but you have to give one year of your life. Do you do it? i would. 10. Are you the kind of friend that you would want to have as a friend? no. i'm a bitch. 12. Your boss tells your co-worker that they have to let them go because of work shortage, and they are the newest employee. You have been there much longer. Your co-worker has a family to support and no other means of income. Do you go to your boss and offer to leave the company? i'd have to find another job just like they would. i guess i would help them look for a job. 13. When was the last time you told someone HONESTLY how you feel? today. 14. What would be harder for you, to tell someone you love them or tell them you hate them? it depends on the context. if it's joking or serious. i told my parents i hated them once and it was one of the worst things i've ever done because they really took it to heart. but people throw the words hate love around like it's nothing 15. What do you think would be/is the hardest thing for you to give
up? i think the hardest thing i've ever given up was childhood, no seriously, leaving the place you spent your whole life and coming to a totally new place and having to create a new life for yourself is really hard 16. Excluding family love, when was the last time you told someone you love them? probably peter god knows when 17. If you had to go back in time and change one thing, what would it be? well recently i'd go back and change sunday 18. Imagine. It is a dark night, you are alone, it is raining outside. What are you doing? sitting on the computer, sleeping, watching tv 19. Would you give a homeless person CPR if they were dying? i don't know how to give cpr 20. If you could do anything OR wish anything, what would it be? true happiness, however it is

ckutra: Midterm Reflection

Starting my first rotation I was apprehensive, but these nerves soon vanished once I met my SBTE.  She made me realize and learn that third grade does not need to be fear because of the start of standardized test. While observing her I noticed that by making the lesson exciting and providing numerous manipulative, the students are able to grab the concepts being taught. When I had to teach my lessons I followed her footsteps. By doing so I was able to keep the students hooked, and they master my given objective. As I previously mentioned in my first reflective journal I was worried about my technology professional attribute. However, I now feel confident implementing technology in the classroom. In this rotation I let the students use my digital camera, I used a promethean board to teach a writing lesson, and I uploaded documents to the computer to be transfer to the television. I learned helpful techniques to navigate the internet when looking for educational resources. For several of my lessons I employed those sites to help teach my lessons which helped to assist the students in grasping the concepts more easily. Classroom management was a problem I faced at the beginning. The students saw me as a friend, and felt they did not have to always behave their best. To work through this situation I worked on my teacher voice, to give a firmer indication to myself. I also used some of my teacher strategies, as in the “stop and freeze” method. By using strategies my students were used to they then had an easier time following my instructions. I am going to continue to work on my classroom management skills to improve my overall teaching capabilities. A goal of mine is to have a relationship with the students where they feel that I am a friend and there for them, but that they also realize I am their teacher. Another learning goal of mine is to ask higher order thinking questions. I always make a point to make sure my lessons does not go over my students head, but sometimes I forget to challenge them more. I will continue to reflect on myself regularly to see what worked, what bombed, and what could be changed.

cuddlycthulhu

[Marital Status]In a relationship, but not married
[Shoe size]9 1/2 - 10 1/2
[Parents still together]Yes
[Siblings]Two
[Pets]Technically three
FAVORITES
[Color]Take a while guess.
[Number]80
[Animal] Wolf
[Drinks] Coke, a high ball, a scotch on the rocks
[Soda] Coke
[Book] Heroes Die
[Flower] Rose
DO YOU
[Color your hair?] Nope
[Twirl your hair?] I did when I had hair long enough
[Have tattoos?] Not yet
[Have Piercings?] Nope
[Cheat on tests/homework?] No
[Drink/Smoke?] Yes to both but only once every few months on the second
[Like roller coasters?] Love 'em
[Wish you could live somewhere else?] No
[Want more piercings?] No
[Like cleaning?] Yes, actually
[Write in cursive or print?] Print
[Own a web cam?] Yes
[Know how to drive?] Yes
[Own a cell phone?] Yes
[Ever get off the damn computer?] Yes
HAVE U EVER
[Been in a fist fight?] Yes
[Considered a life of crime?] Yes, and then laughed and laughed and laughed
[Considered being a hooker?] Yes, and then laughed and laughed and laughed
[Lied to someone?] Unfortunately yes
[Been in love?] I believe so
[Made out with JUST a friend?] Uh huh
[Been in lust?] Oh yeah
[Used someone] Yes
[Been used?] Yes
[Been cheated on?] Not that I can prove but possibly.
[Kicked someone in the nuts?] Yes (with prejudice)
[Stolen anything?] Yes, when I was much younger and far more stupid
[Held a gun] Yes
CURRENTS
[Current clothing] Slack, white button up shirt, gold tie
[Current mood] Contemplative
[Current taste] *licks self* Long pig?
[What you currently smell like] *sniffs self* Long pig?
[Current hair] ...short? Styled? WHAT'S THE RIGHT ANSWER?!
[Current thing I ought to be doing] Anything else
[Current cd in stereo] Audioslavex2, Pink Floyd, Covenant
[Last book you read] The House of Chains
[Last movie you saw] Immortal Beloved
[Last thing you ate] Steak
[Last person you talked to on the phone] A candidate for a job interview
[Do drugs?] Fuck. No.
[Believe there is life on other planets?] Sure, statstically possible.
Remember your first love?] Yes, fondly.
[Still love him/her?] Yes, in a way.
[Read the newspaper?] Occassionally.
[Have any gay or lesbian friends?] Proud of 'em.
[Believe in miracles?] I'm still alive, aren't I?
[Do well in school?] Moderately, 3.7 gpa in high school, 3.1 in college.
[Wear hats] Only during Dickens Fair
[Hate yourself?] Surprisingly no, not anymore
[Have an obsession?] Yes
[Collect anything?] Yes
[Have a best friend?] Yes
[Close friends?] Yes
[Like your handwriting?] When it's neat and not looking like some serial killer's signature
[Care about looks] Yes, when I have to.
LOVE LIFE
[First crush] A girl named Erin from middle school
[First kiss] Kelly the Psycho
[Do you believe in love at first sight?] I used to, not sure anymore.
[Do you believe in "the one?"] I believe that there are multiple "the ones" out there.
[Are you a tease?] Oh hell yes. *laugh*
[Too shy to make the first move?] Not anymore. *smirk*
ARE U A
[Daydreamer] On occassion
[Bitch/Asshole] I have been accused of being both.
[sarcastic] Never. *snerk*
[Angel] *looks at the halo being held up by the horns* Sure.
[Devil] *looks at the horns holding up the halo* Maybe.
[Shy] At times, yes.
[Talkative] Depending on the company and the subject, yes.

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