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Technically an hour late but... [Sep. 12th, 2006|12:46 am]
[How am I? |sadsad]

For those of us who remember...

And for those of us who will never forget...

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Sorry I'm late [Apr. 30th, 2006|09:23 pm]
[How am I? |excitedexcited]

Happy (Belated) Birthday Rissa!
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(no subject) [Apr. 24th, 2006|10:32 pm]
[Where am I? |my room in rez]
[How am I? |creativecreative]

I updated my journal so I can have 15 userpics. I just have ads on my journal now. Oh well.
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Another rant [Apr. 24th, 2006|10:47 am]
[Where am I? |school]
[How am I? |stressedstressed]
[What do I hear? |"Photograph" Nickelback]

I called home last night cause my mom went over to Tanya's house. Tanya is hysterically crying all the time. She had friends over to help cheer her up, and my mom said they're hilarious, so that's momentarily helping.

Taylor, on the other hand, who is only 8, is having a harder time than anyone thought. When my sisters went into her room she was just sitting there real quiet. My sisters sat down and asked her how she was and she started rambling "Matt bought me this game. Matt bought me the chairs we're sitting on. Matt's dead. I loved Matt. Why'd he have to die? Why would somebody blow Matt up? Matt was so nice. I loved Matt." Then she started crying and apparently didn't stop til my sisters brought her outside. I feel so awful for her.

I told my sisters and my mom that Julie and Angie should go to the funeral with Taylor out of respect to Matt and for support for Taylor. I remember going to funeral's as a child with no friends or anyone even close to my age and it was so awful. Sheena (a friend of our family) gave Taylor a little black and white dress from Sheena's store Village Kids in Petawawa, which was super nice of her.

I just really wish that I could be home with everyone right now, but I can't. That really sucks. *sigh*

Oh, I'm emailing the Prime Minister's office after this. I'm sending my mom the fax information and the e-mail info. Please, complain too. For everyone who's parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents, cousins, friends, who fought overseas at point or another, this is disrespect to someone who died for his country; who died serving his country and Stephen Harper is not respecting or recognizing that in the proper manner.

Fuck you, Stephen Harper. I don't see people who know dying in a war we aren't part of. Lower the fucking flag.

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R.I.P Matt [Apr. 23rd, 2006|10:14 pm]
[Where am I? |My dorm (unfortunately)]
[How am I? |crushedcrushed]
[What do I hear? |"I hate myself for losing you" Kelly Clarkson]

"The soldiers were killed in the Gumbad region of Afghanistan, about 75 kilometres north of Kandahar. They were part of a mixed convoy of light armoured vehicles and G-wagons returning to Kandahar from Gumbad, when their vehicle was struck by an powerful bomb, possibly buried in the road.

Three of the men died instantly. Medics loaded Cpl. Randy Payne onto a helicopter for transport to hospital but he died before he arrived.

The military had identified the three other men as Cpl. Matthew Dinning, Bombardier Myles Mansell and Lieut. William Turner.

Dinning was born in Richmond Hill, Ont., and was stationed in Petawawa." 

Rest in Peace Matt. 

Edit: My mom and sister's just got back from Tanya and Taylor's, who can't stop crying. I feel so bad for them.
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No Hope in Hell [Apr. 20th, 2006|10:42 am]
[Where am I? |Computer room]
[How am I? |amusedamused]
[What do I hear? |Nothing]

So, I nearly died today. And not, "oh my god, Brittany fell down the stairs and like, broke her leg" or anything along those lines. No no, it had nothing to do with me being accident prone and everything to do with The Daily Observer.

Now, I'll admit, Renfrew County does not have the greatest of news coverage, mostly, I say, because there isn't much to report. But this morning I picked up the paper and nearly died. In the top, right hand corner I see this picture: 6 people walking down a deserted road, the lead one awkwardly holding a guitar like he's never seen one before, let alone play it. The caption next to it reads "THEY ROCK: Local band debuts CD". And the CD cover reads "Nothing Sacred".

My first thought: Holy shit. He made a cd. Someone let that evil little scuzzy haired man into a recording studio. I'm hoping that it's not him; that it's some other local band who sucks and calls themselves "No Hope in Hell", I mean "Nothing Sacred", so I turn to (get this) page 11 (cause heaven forbid they're as important as he thinks they are) and my mouth drops.

"Local band believes it has what it takes to make it big". I nearly died. I nearly fell off my chair from a sudden heart attack. Apparently a decades worth of "hard work and sacrifice is paying off big time" for the band. O_o Um, is it just me or are the two main band members oh, I dunno, teachers? You know, the well-paying, terrific benefits, sort of jobs? Apparently after being founded in 1992, this is the bands first independent cd, called "In This World". Maybe that's a sign. To -not- be in a band. If you can't get any studio time after 10 years, let it go.

Oh, but that's not the best part. "On Saturday,  May 6, at the Petawawa Civic Center Nothing Sacrred is launching both the album and its latest tour, and the band members want and need this show of support."

"'This is the one,' Mr Briand said. 'This is the pinnacle of 10 years of slugging it out,' and the band would like to show they are ready to take on Canada and the world."

"'People believe in us,' he said, 'and we want them there to be a part of history.'"

The article goes on to say that it's the best line up of musicians they've ever had and that there has been an "evolution in the band members, in the quality of the lyrics, in the quality of the songs from bottom up." Wjhy, because you have your students write your song lyrics for you? Ya, you're a real musicial genuis Randy.

"Quite simply, it rocks." brags an overconfident Mr. Briand.

The doors open at 7:30, and the opening band is Scribble.

This is a sad day. Not only does Briand think he's the greatest human being ever, he's now going to tour and tell everyone that. Can you imagine this man doing interviews? I sure can't.

I'm honestly not sure whether or not to laugh or cry when i read this article. 

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(no subject) [Apr. 18th, 2006|01:31 pm]
[Where am I? |Home, on my sister's computer]
[How am I? |frustratedfrustrated]
[What do I hear? |Some weird truck noise outside]

My tummy really really hurts. I've been sick since last Sunday, where I spent Sunday to Wednesday in bed vomitting. Thursday writing an exam and attempting to pack, then I came home and slept. Since then I've been taking about 10 pills a day to function like a normal person.

I wish I knew why I was so sick. A mere "throat infection and flu" does not seem like a proper diagnosis. But I do seem to be getting better. So, shwing!

Back to studying now, I guess. I have an exam next Wednesday, then two Thursday and one Saturday.

Oh god, leave me be stomach ache!

On a side note: I hate liars. I hate lying liars. I also hate lying liars that lie. Oh, and boys too. But I always hate them. You know what? Don't lie to me. Never lie to me. The truth sucks, and it usually hurts, but tell the fucking truth. Cause I'm usually more pissed off when I hear it later.

God dammit. Somebody's gonna get stabbed! >_
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(no subject) [Mar. 20th, 2006|07:04 pm]
[How am I? |exanimateexanimate]
[What do I hear? |"Here for the party" Gretchen Wilson]

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And what you've all been waiting for...this journal is now... [Feb. 11th, 2006|12:34 am]
[How am I? |crappycrappy]
[What do I hear? |"Here with me" Dido]

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x What I did x [Jan. 6th, 2006|06:46 pm]
[How am I? |sicksick]
[What do I hear? |"Follow you home" Nickelback]

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My plan [Dec. 5th, 2005|01:13 pm]
[How am I? |busybusy]
[What do I hear? |"Far Away" Nickelback]

Okay, so here's the plan:

Wednesday, 7th: Exam
Thursday, 8th: Exam
Friday, 9th: Home to Petawawa
Saturday-Tuesday: Hard Core Studying!
Tuesday the 13th: The boy comes homes!
Wednesday the 14th: Ian's birthday.
Thursday the 15th: Back to Ottawa
Friday the 16th: My birthday (I have an exam and I have to study for two more.)
Monday the 19th: Two exams and then packing.
Tuesday the 20th: Back to Petawawa for two weeks of rest and relaxation, bitches. Excited!
Wednesday the 21st: Katrina comes down.

The next two weeks are gonna make my head hurt. But I have am so utterly excited to see people. Annnnnnnd...

I need addresses people. I'm gonna take a few hours when I'm at home to mail Christmas cards because I'm poor and officially starving (shhhh, don't tell my parents cause they're gonna be pissed). I really shouldn't have quit my job but school comes first, right? Right. Oh well, I'll eat when I go home and I'll bring a bit of food back with me. *thumbs up*

So addresses people! xP
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Starving in Ottawa [Oct. 25th, 2005|04:17 pm]
[How am I? |pissed offpissed off]
[What do I hear? |"You give love a bad name" Bon Jovi]

Guess what's awesome? Meal cards, and how they run out before they're suppose to. Woot! >_
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The countdown. [Oct. 5th, 2005|10:58 pm]
[How am I? |stressedstressed]
[What do I hear? |"Rock your body" Justin Timberlake]

I got off work early tonight (10:20p.m) and walked home with Amy.

The Leafs lost to the fucking Sens! AKIGAKJAGJAG!!!! >_
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Wish I was buried underground... [Oct. 3rd, 2005|10:48 pm]
[How am I? |crappycrappy]
[What do I hear? |"The first" Tegan and Sara]

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I am quickly going crazy [Sep. 1st, 2005|04:53 pm]
[How am I? |annoyedannoyed]
[What do I hear? |some cartoon upstairs]

My parents are driving me crazy!

edit: I just came back from getting a line of credit and a visa.
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Dorm stuff [Aug. 23rd, 2005|11:32 am]
[How am I? |anxiousanxious]
[What do I hear? |"Santa Monica" Theory of a Deadman]

Okay, this is addressed to everyone who reads this who goes to university or college. I move out in a little under two weeks now. Now, I'm working on my list of what to bring. If anyone has any ideas of things they brought that really came in handy or anything they hadn't brought that they wished they had, please comment to explain what and why. It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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(no subject) [Aug. 22nd, 2005|04:14 pm]
[How am I? |draineddrained]
[What do I hear? |"Nyphetamine" Cradle of Filth]

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Last quiz for a while :P [Aug. 19th, 2005|10:24 am]
[How am I? |soresore]

.:the Moon:.

"You are known as the peacemaker of the group.
You have a lot of patience and understanding of
others. You hate to see pain and suffering in
others. You love to nurture and help others,
but you hide your own feelings in an effort to
avoid conflict."

. : : Which Astrological Planet are You? : : . [10 Gorgeous Pics!]
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Mirror, mirror on the wall [Aug. 16th, 2005|01:15 pm]
[How am I? |tiredtired]
[What do I hear? |"Anything for you" Evanescence]

Photoshp is so cool!
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Who'd a thunk it? [Aug. 12th, 2005|01:35 pm]
[How am I? |blahblah]

More Scientific

You have:

The graph on the right represents your place in Intuition 2-Space. As you can see, you scored about average on emotional intuition and above average on scientific intuition.Keep in mind that very few people score high on both! In effect, you can compare your two intuition scores with each other to learn what kind of intuition you're best at. Your scientific intuition is stronger than your emotional intuition.

Your Emotional Intuition score is a measure of how well you understand people, especially their unspoken needs and sympathies. A high score score usually indicates social grace and persuasiveness. A low score usually means you're good at Quake.

Your Scientific Intuition score tells you how in tune you are with the world around you; how well you understand your physical and intellectual environment. People with high scores here are apt to succeed in business and, of course, the sciences.

My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 0% on Scientific

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You scored higher than 0% on Interpersonal
Link: The 2-Variable Intuition Test written by jason_bateman on Ok Cupid
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