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» Posted By ME On 10.21.2009 @ 6:38 pm

i dialed mindy’s number, yet she did not answer. i left a message, but have received no response. last night was the same. do i try again? is she avoiding me? is that bad if she is? i had fun, but don’t know that she’s the one. in fact, i’m pretty sure she is not. why i still pursuing her? i pursuing her? why so many questions? dating sucks. i want an arranged marriage

» Posted By me On 10.21.2009 @ 6:11 pm


bathroom come on get out uhh i got to go aanimal green meditate king arther ant eater girl jillian monkey llast george

» Posted By me On 10.20.2009 @ 3:13 pm


» Posted By me On 10.20.2009 @ 1:39 pm


contemporary and classic ar the same time, which is odd really because I sure that there word has been around since the 1960s, which is no longer modern, but the period we call modern. And then in architecture, the modernists were the 1930s which would have seemed such a modern and forward thinking time after the hardship of the depression. Everything old is new again. and again.

» Posted By Me On 10.20.2009 @ 3:00 am

modern world is full of tacky things, crappy music, shitty people, Modern Talking, Modern Rocking, Modern Fucking, everthing is very modern, modern fashion and culture, modern art and modern rock

» Posted By me On 10.19.2009 @ 6:23 pm



» Posted By ME On 10.19.2009 @ 12:49 am

hit a car, accident….pain, broken things, death smashed, over….train…pedestrian, ouch, head on collision by nfg…concerts

» Posted By me On 10.18.2009 @ 8:46 pm

The collision of asteroids in a perfect linear row proved to be a difficult question on the most recent LSAT for many of those who took the test. However, even though I performed my average on the logical reasoning sections of the most recent LSAT, I managed to get the four most (according to a popular law-related website) difficult questions correct – but I still performed frustratingly below my score average.

» Posted By Me On 10.18.2009 @ 6:20 pm

I closed my eyes, bracing myself for the collision. They say that everything slows down, but when I asked my science teacher if that was true, she just said that your mind would speed up. Then it happened, and all was dark.

» Posted By Me On 10.18.2009 @ 11:15 am

There was a collision. Everything seemed to stop, no one moved. Everyone waited; waited for something to happen. For someone to fix it. But of course, no one did. No one could. It was broken, everything around us was broken, broken beyond repair.

» Posted By Me On 10.18.2009 @ 10:28 am

There was a collision between two cars on the road.

» Posted By me On 10.18.2009 @ 8:16 am


my mom is caring. she’s the epitome of looking out for people and fixing us when we fall. I try to be like her. But there’s sometimes where I just don’t care. Like if I’m really late for something and it’s causing me a hugeount of stress, then I’ll just let it go and not care.

» Posted By me On 10.17.2009 @ 2:49 pm


Asking permission can be a mission. Thinking for the right thing to say. Maybe it is better to forget sometimes.

» Posted By Me On 10.16.2009 @ 10:48 pm


I love walking through the woods in the dark with no light but that from a flashlight. It’s mysterious and just on the verge of terrifing

» Posted By me On 02.19.2010 @ 8:01 am


I Can’t!!!!

» Posted By me On 02.12.2010 @ 5:56 am


The boxes running down the right side of the paper were full of checks:

Sleeps well? Check
Smiles frequently? Check
Talks frequently? Check

All except for one:


» Posted By me On 02.07.2010 @ 7:48 am


He’s not heavy, he’s my brother.

» Posted By me On 02.05.2010 @ 6:28 am

mine and yours and thiers and hers but you only talk to them never to me your mine too you know…

» Posted By me On 02.05.2010 @ 3:11 am



» Posted By me On 02.04.2010 @ 11:43 am


his timing was perfect! I thought we’d be busted if he hadn’t come.

» Posted By me On 01.01.1970 @ 12:00 am

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