December 08, 2004

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Long story short, we've got a christmas tree.

Saturday night was a very exciting night. Over its course, my friends and I managed to climb through a window of a house we’d never been to, chill at a party with a Jamaican reggae band, tons of pot, and people freebasing over a stove, break a chain fence, procure and subsequently drop and break a sweet Kwanza goblet, stack several hundred student directories in front of someone’s door, get a Gauss bust from a blind kid, and end up with a Christmas tree. There are a few other things intentionally left out. Feel free to ask.

After that night, my life has been hell. I’ve been up excessively late working on something or another every night. Also something to look forward to: barring some sort of miracle, my very last taste of this semester is going to be no less than 4 straight hours of math exams, starting at 8 in the morning. Yeah, thats right, back to back Differential Equations and Probabilities (not easy probabilities either, oh no, 400 level multi-dimensional integral probabilities). Thank you U-M Math department! Arrrg this semester needs to end.

Friday my last group project is due, and afterwards I’m going to chill with Doug and a fat cuban cigar my dad was kind enough to send me. Thank god for small escapes.

I find this site’s presence here amusing.

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Collapse Comment by B to the R to the r u ready?
2004-12-06 12:18:58

Oh….I’m ready! hahaha I think I already heard the great story though :P

Collapse Comment by MrWonton
2004-12-06 14:20:07

Heh, yeah, you did. I don’t think I can be quite as liberal with the version I post here either, for my own safety. I’ll get around to figuring that all out tonight.

Didn’t quite make that deadline, but at least I finally got there.

Collapse Comment by Doug
2004-12-12 18:59:39

That Cuban was smooth. We are definitely going to have to make a trip up to Canada when you come back.

Collapse Comment by MrWonton
2004-12-14 00:46:55

Fuuuuuuck yeah. I’m all about Canada. When I get back we’ll both be 21 anyways, but shit, you still can’t get cuban cigars here.

Collapse Comment by B
2004-12-13 14:23:57

Still going, but im getting a little bored, don’t you think you could update like once every 45 mins so I’d have something good to look at inbetween?
I think it would be nice.
Durring this month off I plan to
fix my website so its actually logical…wouldnt that be cool?
yeah…ok. baaaack to work. Gotta get my LV even if I hate it now

Collapse Comment by MrWonton
2004-12-14 00:46:09

Update every 45 minutes? I don’t even update every week. Maybe it’d be nice, but I’d have to have something to say beyond “school sucks. homework sucks. people suck. my life sucks.” As fascinating as all that is, there are plenty of other places you can read people saying that in a billion different ways.
I wish I got a month off… I get 2 weeks. School sucks. My life sucks.
Whats so illogical about your current site? Besides that I can’t click like half the buttons!
You know, if you hate the LV now, you could always find something somewhere near reasonably affordable to go after instead…

Collapse Comment by Laura
2013-09-10 20:33:45

Another great suggestion Alex. I love it. The sgitynls of the female vocalist reminded me of Life in Mono (by Mono, which was unfortunately a bit of a one-hit-wonder) except upbeat and happy!I will definitely get my hands on some more Koop.

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2013-09-19 03:08:03

i decided last week that when i turn 23, i have to be a grown up. 23 sounds too old to still be making stupid, childish decisions and mistakes. and for the record, moving out of my parents house didn’t make me a grown up. being completely financially independent (by force) didn’t make me grown up. marriage as i see it right now is still optional, so i know that wouldn’t help, and i don’t want children of my own. so who knows what it is that makes you finally feel like a grown up. maybe it depends on the person. fighting your own battles? speaking for yourself? creating a stable environment for yourself? all important factors, and all things i’m working on as we speak. so maybe soon for me. maybe when i turn 23

2013-09-26 02:52:59

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2013-11-03 23:17:03

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