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Sunday, December 6th, 2009
11:57 am
All right, so I suppose it is time for one of my real long catch-up posts.

Let's start off some good news: By the end of Movember (the fundraising thing I was doing where I grew a mustache) I was able to raise $1,120, and my team, Staches Stand United, raised a whopping $2,866! Internationally, the Movember Foundation was able to raise $33,701,280 (USD) to help fight prostate and testicular cancer. Pretty awesome, if I say so myself! I'm planning on doing this again next year and will hopefully be able to raise even more money for this great cause.

What else? I don't know if I talked about this before, but I was promoted at work 3 weeks ago. I am now out of customer service and in the business development team. My primary job duty revolves around getting traditional brick and mortar furniture stores to advertise on our 200+ sites. In my three weeks there I've been able to get 5 stores signed up, one of which is a top 100 retailer! I'm pretty psyched about that and hope to get more in the upcoming months. I really like my new job because it feels like I have an "adult" job again, a job that I feel really makes a direct impact on the business. Customer service is super important, especially since our company has built our reputation on having amazing customer service, but it isn't the kind of thing I pictured myself doing after A) having earned a college degree and B) having worked for nearly a year as a marketing manager at my last job. But hey, in this economy you gotta do what you gotta do and working in CS was a good learning experience and gave me some great insight into the nature of e-commerce, which brings me to another topic on my mind.

Grad school. I am finally getting applications done. My University of Texas at Austin application is almost all done. I'm just waiting on one recommendation, I am going to edit my resume and an academic paper so I can submit those today, and then they just need to confirm that they received my transcripts which I mailed last week. Now, if I don't get into UT, I've decided to move to Austin, TX regardless. It may be a bit foolish, especially since my current employer is doing quite well, but honestly, I think I just want to move every 2 years until I settle down and I think I've got a good handle on Boston. Plus, the cost of living in TX is way cheaper and Austin has the weird vibe that just isn't out here in Boston. Plus it'll be WARM! Cait has also got an internship lined up for the summer/fall and she's psyched on getting out there too. I'll still apply to DePaul and I guess DU as well, althought it will be hard if I go to DU since Cait says there is "no theater," out there (and by this she means nothing outside of the pre-designed, box it up and move to the next town set design shows). I kind of find that hard to believe, but I can see how it'd be the case too.

Cait and I are doing awesome. It's been over a year and a half and we only fall more in love each day. She's not just my girlfriend, but she's also my best friend, my partner-in-crime, and my equal. She's going to be moving to Cambridge next month, so she will be closer to where I live now, but she'll be living with roommates, which is cool but definitely a different dynamic than what we're both used to in that she's had her own place for the last year-and-a-half. When we move to Texas I am DEFINITELY looking into my own place. I like living with people, but I Like how Cait's place is her own. But I might need to live with folks as a poor ass grad student, so we'll see.

I really hope I get in. The more I look into UT and Austin, the more excited I get to head down there.

I think that's about it for now. Despite being broke (the Macbook Pro I'm writing pretty much cleared out my checking account when I bought it back in....Sept? But it was TOTALLY WORTH IT) most of the time, things are going pretty well and I think they will only be getting better.


current mood: accomplished

(Breathe you in like a cigarette now)

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009
8:04 pm - "FRIGID CHEEKS?"
Hey, check out this awesome video I made for a contest my work is having. You can win the product I'm talking about, which actually retails at around $97.99!

(2 dream | Breathe you in like a cigarette now)

Monday, November 9th, 2009
9:25 pm - Movember Blog

So as some of you (who even reads this any more?) may or may not know, I've joined Movember and am currently growing a mustache during the month of November in order to raise awareness and funding for prostate and testicular cancer.

So far I've been able to raise $375 in donations since November 1st, and my team, Staches Stand United, have raised $790 dollars collectively.

Each day I post a picture to show the progress of my mustache. Tomorrow will be a big update, as I will shave the stubble leaving only my sideburns, "chin poof" and what will be a baby mustache. I am leaving it partially in the hands of the public to determine what kind of mustache I will be cultivating.

If you'd like to follow my daily progress and/or make a donation, you can do so here: http://us.movember.com/mospace/25261
In other exciting news, I have been offered the business development position at work and will be getting out of customer service this Monday! Pretty exciting since the new position will involve a lot of face time with some senior level management, and, no more whiney/incompetent customers!

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Monday, November 2nd, 2009
1:10 am - Fighting cancer (of the prostate/testicular variety) by growing a mustache.
Some friends and I are participating in #Movember. I'll be updating with pics daily. Please donate if you can!


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Sunday, October 11th, 2009
9:30 pm - The virgin corrupted: everything is a sell
So it's been awhile.

Here's the scoop:

I sometimes feel as if I am dying a slow death. And sometimes I feel as if I am already dead.

I think back about who I am and who I was and what I've done and what I'm doing now.

And I just seemed so much more interesting years ago. So much cooler. I was idealistic and hopeful and creative and hungry.

Now I work a 9-6 in an office tower downtown, handling questions and complaints from self-entitled assholes too stupid or belligerent to read the fine print or accept logical explanations to why their sofa cannot possibly be ordered online and then delivered by the end of the week. People who love to answer, "how are you today?" with a sardonic "great until my ______ arrived." And they always say this in some kind of self-satisfied tone, as if NO ONE had ever thought to answer this question this way.

I keep ranting about work. I'm just going to move on. I've written and deleted about 2-4 paragraphs going into detail with the above. But fuck it. Not worth my time. Back to me.

I'm trying to apply to grad school but it's a tough process. I keep procrastinating. I keep worrying. My chosen field of study is digital media. The schools that I am applying to are University of Denver, University of Texas at Austin, and DePaul. I want to go to grad school for several reasons. 1) I'd like to teach and be a professor. Additional schooling is required for this. 2) I do not want to work another lame ass job like I am currently stuck in ever again. While the company I work for is spectacular, customer service is incredibly unfulfilling and far from what I would consider my calling, despite my intense like of helping others. 3) I need to leave the East Coast. This culture, this attitude, this atmosphere of gogogogogo, of dog-eat-dog, of snotty pretension is killing me. I've gotten used to it by now in many ways and have finally come to enjoy Boston for what it is, but am definitely looking forward to getting out. This, more than anything, is my main drive for applying to grad school. And this, more than anything, is what scares me and keeps me from just finishing my applications.

That and failure. But, I guess that can be dealt with much easier.

I am also afraid of getting stuck. And of more debt. I owe just over/under $7,000 on my credit card, $10,000 in existing student loans, and another $14,000 or so for my car, I believe. And while I can get fellowships and scholarships for grad school, I'll probably have to take out some loans to make it work.

And nothing just seems like it did after this whole recession thing. Nothing is the same really, and it isn't just the shit economy or lack of jobs. The internet and technology in general have canceled out jobs, are making certain trades extinct. And the old ways of making music and getting famous or writing books and getting published or anything at all is just vastly different from what the past decades have taught us.

We're on the verge. A new frontier has come upon us, just as the start of the industrial era. And even then people thought the worst. Dickens' descriptions of the squalor of London's working class ghetto are appalling, and Upton Sinclair's The Jungle offers a nauseating glimpse of its day. So I'm not surprised that people are clamoring that the end has finally come. Because it has. Just as the introduction of gun powder brought an end to swordsmanship, word processors an end to typewriters, and the internet to newspapers. But all these endings are based on introductions of a newer technology, and with it new culture, jobs, and even hope. What we, as a modern society that has been conditioned by sensationalist media and even now stoked by constant stimulation, expect is the worst. And I believe that this also originates from a lack of struggle. Throughout history mankind has had to struggle to survive each day, each month, each year. Today, one merely needs to go to a supermarket and stock up on all manner of food easily. One needs to simply know how to clean in order to make some sort of income. No knowledge of language is even needed. So we lack struggle, the kind that made life worth living to our ancestors, that type of struggle that made people glad to be able to wake up the next day because they were alive. And with this lack of struggle, we are forced to replace it with simulated versions: sports, video games, war. We need to feel accomplished. We need some sort of barometer that lets us feel worthwhile. Consumerism is an easy fix, but one that lacks the kind of lasting fulfillment that true craftsmanship or dedication can bring. Instead we buy our clothes "pre-distressed" instead of breaking them in ourselves. We scarf down fastfood instead of taking the time to prepare and share a meal. We do not mediate on our daily lives, but instead barricade ourselves against our own thoughts and from strangers by fixating on our iPods, texting, and vacant stares.

I didn't sit down and start pounding this all out with any real reason. I just knew that it had been far too long since i wrote, and that i've had a lot going through my head, and that it needed an outlet. I feel farther from my friends than I've ever felt before, and not just geographically or mentally or spiritually. Sometimes I think about leaving everything behind and joining a Buddhist temple as a monk, but I know I will probably never do it unless something terrible happens and I run to that as an escape. Or perhaps that terrible thing will set me free from this cage of capitalist necessity that is required to live in modern society. And no, I'm not saying socialism is any better.

I just don't know what to believe. I feel as though things are more clear as of this writing, yet it's just a higher definition of the same shit I've always seen. I just typed that last sentence because I thought it sounded edgy, maybe cool. But to myself. Not to anyone else. I think most people would call it out as being lame and self-indulgent or wah, wah, wah.

I always say it and it is always true. It feels good to write. However, I feel as though writers are doomed. There is simply too much information, to many words to digest these days. Twitter, facebook, myspace, reddit, digg, yahoo, google, etc, etc, etc. There isn't the time. People are gravitating, as they always have, to video.

I don't know.

I guess that is why I've realized that digital media is what I want to study. Stuff like this. An online diary. I mean, it's absurd. A diary was a private thing, but now it's out there for anyone to see. And then the format got hi-jacked so that blogs were no longer the whiney pissing contests of social-retards, but now political tools, product placements, and all around advertising. We do not get indigenous, tribal customs the way that we used to, isolated from the world and utterly unique. Instead we get scores of inside jokes and memes that are able to cross-pollenate among usergroups and even into the mainstream. And it is all being documented as it is created. There are no new discoveries, just people who are late to the party and wondering what the fuss is all about.

I'm sick. Everyone is sick. I maybe sound crazy. I don't think I am. I just needed to write, and I finally have.

I think I've decided that someday I will live in South America for awhile. Probably Argentina or Chile, but maybe Brazil if it gets a little safer. My dad may retire there someday and get a little farm in the country. He grew up there. And I never quite understood why he was always so fascinated with his former home. But now I think I understand. I'm understanding all the time.

(5 dream | Breathe you in like a cigarette now)

Sunday, September 13th, 2009
2:04 am - UGHHHHHH
Some in the crowd were there to try and engage those skeptical of the Obama administration.
Georgetown University law student Lindsay Windsor asked demonstrators to explain their opinions of the president.
"A lot of the slogans are very inflammatory and I want to understand what they actually mean," said Windsor, 22, who was wearing an Obama-Biden T-shirt, as she walked over to Calzone and her friends.
"I don't want to try to convince you that I'm right. I want to try to understand you. If we are going to fix our country's problems, we need to have a conversation together," Windsor said to the group of women.
"Obama is a sleeper cell... Go have a conversation with someone else," Calzone's daughter told her.


The rest of this utterly disgusting story:


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Monday, August 3rd, 2009
7:39 pm - THINGS!
1. I need to stop slacking and get on these goddamn gradschool/GRE apps/tests/etc etc etc. I am fearing that I don't have enough time to get into any programs for fall 2010, but dammint, I can still try!

2. Talked to my dad, and I am 95% sure I am going to get a macbook pro. Just gotta work out all the little details and then I'll nab that sucker and be (mostly) done with this laptop that keeps crapping out on me.

3. Going to try to come to Chicago in August, but more likely September. Very excited and much needed.

4. We are going to do some renovations at the apartment in exchange for lower rent. This is AWESOME.

5. fuck the rest of this entry, i'm gonna go play some music, turn off my laptop, and hope it doesn't die again.

(Breathe you in like a cigarette now)

Sunday, August 2nd, 2009
9:34 pm - A series of interconnected thoughts on why most things suck these days
So a thought came to me while I was in the shower at the gym.

We are way, way, way more introverted at this time period than we were a century ago.

What do I mean?

Think back to the first half of the 20th century. There was still a sense of ADVENTURE and EXPLORATION, there was still ground to cover, flags to plant, and a vast unknown to illuminate via PROGRESS. There was an optimism, a sense of being able to GO SOMEWHERE, to venture forth into lands unknown or even to the stars and beyond.

And today? We have given up those dreams. Space programs are seen as a waste of time and money. Google has taken the whole world and made it readily accessible from the comfort of your own lap. The travel channel, Wikipedia, iPhones, Napster (remember that?) YouTube, reality TV, etc have helped to cause a shift en masse from the outward to the inward. We no longer look to the stars, but to ourselves as potential stars in our own candidly staged programs.

Which makes sense when one considers that this is all the very essence of Postmodernism. We no longer seek out actual native tribes or new land to colonize, but rather we seek to relive the glory, pain, and suffering of those times. But it's not just masturbation, but a perceived necessity. I feel that there is an overwhelming sense of our society having reached an inevitable end of discovery. This isn't to say that there will cease to be anything NEW or any more invention. That would be ludicrous. However, the drive that once fueled the international space race and the imaginations of pulp science fiction writers, movie directors, and others has begun to dwindle like any other natural resource.

So we begin to look at ourselves, having become much more aware of how vast, yet definitely FINITE our corner of the universe is. The realities of space travel, the dangers of underwater colonization, and the move to preservation rather than development of untapped land/peoples along with the proliferation of the internet and new media has cause the shift in self-analyzation, from telescope to microscope.

Think of how self-important we have all become. Here i am, broadcasting my thoughts to anyone who cares to read it. And then I may do the same with Twitter, but in a much more condensed and more transmissible form (internet OR text!), and then there are the other forms of online social media that are slowly starting to cause a complete change in how we view friendship, and social norms and mores in general. We are becoming so preoccupied with updating our Facebook status or re-arranging our Top 8 on Myspace that some of us are beginning to lose sight of the bigger picture, of a world that is ripe with possibility and new experiences that mean more than just a new profile picture.

A part of that exploratory spirit that once embodied the first half of the last century was a drive for cataloging and categorization. We wanted to discover and examine and learn from what was out there. This still goes on today, but has also become pointed squarely at ourselves. Think of the growing number of "quizzes" one could take on Facebook or Myspace.

One could say that we are getting less done because we are busy leading two lives, one digital and one actual, where the actual is the surrogate for the digital, whereby the actual is having experiences for the sole purpose of furthering the digital's existance!

(1 dream | Breathe you in like a cigarette now)

Saturday, August 1st, 2009
8:06 pm - Bon Voyage

The above video is from my roommates Ben and Tara's going away party (also a simultaneous celebration of Tara and my new roommate, Pip, both getting their divorces finalized. The party was hence dubbed, the "Double D"). I drank nearly all of a Heineken mini-keg by myself and got a bit sleepy, going directly to bed after the events in the video :-)

Ben and Tara moved out today and are on their way to Canada, where Ben is going to grad school. Pip has started to move in and at the moment I am alone in the house. My laptop has been giving me all manner of grief in terms of internet connectivity. I've updated BIOS, did a system restore, updated drivers, etc, etc, and yer my wireless capability has mysteriously been shot. We have a new router up, but everyone else has been able to get a connection. Right now I'm using a LAN cable, which had also crapped out earlier before running a system restore. Basically, this laptop has had a shit ton of problems and I think that I may ask my dad for a little help in buying a MacBook Pro. I think I'm going to see if he'd be down to pay for a 1/4 of the cost, since he had offered to help me buy a new laptop when this thing's video card/motherboard crapped out a few weeks ago. I received my severance pay from SCORE! and everything and get paid on Tuesday, so I'll have close to 4K in my checking account, so I could totally swing it and still have a cushion just in case. Plus, I'd have Cait buy it for me to get a student discount (and an iPod touch which I could use or sell) and I'll probably go buy it in New Hampshire so I won't have to pay tax :-D

Anyways, things are all right. Been hating on Boston again and can't wait to move back west, to the usual suspects: Chicago, Austin, Portland, and now Denver, Vancouver, and Los Angeles have been added to the equation for grad school. Philly is in that mix too, but I'm leaning on those 3 right now for communications/digital media studies.

I've been wanting to cook a lot lately. Part of me really wants to go to culinary arts school still.

Oh, and I went to NYC last weekend and I liked it better than I thought. My trip to New York kind of reawakened me to the fact that art still exists (it is fucking non-existent in Boston) and while I was only there for a day and a half, it was a lot of fun. It has left me with the realization that Boston is definitely kind of lame unless you're going to school at Harvard or MIT, in which case it isn't really Boston that is the big deal but your ivy league school.

Work is alright. Customer service is far from glamorous, but it isn't quite as bad as I thought it may be. I want to start looking at jobs again just in case, although our company seems to be doing well, I guess. I'm slooooowly starting to make friends there, but it is a hard process since nearly everyone (myself included) is on the phone all day, talking to customers.

I feel like I should say more, but I feel more like having a conversation than spilling my guts.

So, the ball is in your court now.

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Monday, June 29th, 2009
8:36 pm - UPWARD
1. I started my new job as a customer service rep at CSNStore.com today. I really, really, really like the work environment. I really, really, really like how the company works and their core values. The commute probably won't be as bad as I thought (and I'll get some exercise out of it!). Yes, I'll have somewhat longer days, yes, I'll be making 6K less per year (for now) and yes, the position is a down grade from where I was at SCORE!, but most of these things can be overcome if I work hard and really put some effort into making the most of it. And so far, I don't think it'll be hard to do. I was very friendly to everyone today, making sure I introduced myself to people 90% of the time and had just a very positive, upbeat vibe. And I didn't even have to try. It just felt natural, which is so different from the work environment I just came from. I feel like I can really be myself at this company, and the environment just feels very positive on a whole. It's totally worth 6K less each year if I don't come home each day wanting to never go back. And wile I haven't started the actual work part yet (and I'll be working in a department that will statistically have more returns/damages), I feel confident that it won't be so bad.

2. Cait comes home on Wednesday. Holy shit am I excited!

3. I think that's all for now. My primary laptop died again (well, the videocard is shot again), but my dad may help me get a new Macbook Pro, so that'll be sweet.

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Wednesday, June 24th, 2009
12:39 am - LISZTOMANIA
1. There are only 3 more days of work at SCORE! before it is shut down forever more on Friday, June 26th. I cannot wait for this to happen, as the whole closure thing has been dragging on for 3 months now and it needs to end.

2. I start my new job at CSN Stores on Monday, the 29th. At first I wasn't entirely too enthused about the gig, but now I'm looking forward to it. It will be a great way to meet some people my own age, the company has a solid reputation for treating its employees well, and it will be some good experience to work for an internet based company. This is especially important because...

3. I think I have found the graduate program that I really, really, really want to pursue. The Digital Media Studies Grad Program at University of Denver looks AMAZING! It is based on being interdisciplinary so that you are not only studying "critical scholarship," but also, "creative expression, technical research, and hands-on production in a variety of interconnected media." (from the M.A. description on their site). This is PERFECT for me, since I want to do a little of everything (theory, design, production, etc) and one of the best ways for me to learn is to apply what I learn. The other great thing is that I can graduate with this degree and go right out and work doing web design or a variety of other communications/ad/marketing work, OR continue on to a doctorate in a more focused segment of the field of study (the ultimate goal). Anyway, I feel AMAZING about this because it gives me a DIRECTION and a SENSE OF PURPOSE for me to move forward. Seriously though, just look at some of the courses. Sooooo psyched on this and I am going to work my ass off to get in. And as a bonus, it is in Denver, which I hear is a cool place to be. The only downside so far, is that apparently there isn't a lot of theater work that Cait could do there for scenic design. But yeah, we'll figure it out.

4. "So what of that non-profit gig your roommate was going to hook you up with?" Well, I met w/ his boss and had a decent, but brief chat. He has to interview 2 other people, but they don't know the area I'd work as well as I would (read: at all), which is a major quality that he is looking for in Ben's replacement. He said he'd let me know in the middle of July. Now, I am still sort of interested in this job (it pay more, less hours, easier commute,), but at the same time I just may choose to stay at CSN if I end up really liking it in my 2-3 weeks there before I get any word from Ben's boss. This I'll just have to wait and see about, so check back in a few.

5. This June has been the 2nd sunless in Massachusetts since something like, 1902, and even then this June may break the record. It has been utterly dismal and only adds to the loneliness that I've been feeling with Cait also being gone all this month. However, she'll be back on the 1st, so that's good. And my dad and sis will hopefully come to visit this weekend. I'm really excited that my sister will come, as she hasn't been out here yet. I really want to take her to Salem to check out all the witch stuff, cos I think she'd really dig it. I'm afraid a lot of the stuff might be closed for the season still, but I can figure that out fairly easily.

6. my family's cat of 14 years, Albert, died last week. He apparently got in some sort of scuffle with an animal while in our backyard (he was mostly an indoor cat but would sometimes poke around the yard) and the animal got him in the neck pretty bad. I guess my mom and sister found him underneath the van and had to take him to the vet to put him to sleep. On Father's Day, my mom found a dead possum that looked like it had been a fight, so I guess the consolation is that our cat took that rotten fucker down with him. I feel bad for my sister because she really loved that cat (all cats in general, but particularly ours). I start to imagine how quiet the house must be now with two less family members (the cat and myself). I really miss my family lately, as crazy as they can make me sometimes.

7. I guess I've just been kind of depressed this whole month. Which isn't really surprising, when you factor the weather, Cait's absence, the closing of my current company, the death of the cat, and the anxiety of starting a new job. This has been a month of waiting, and I can't wait for it to be over.

(2 dream | Breathe you in like a cigarette now)

Monday, June 8th, 2009
8:19 pm - Pivot
Ok, so it has been a really long goddamn time since I last updated this with something of substance, so here is the scoop.

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current mood: anxious

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Friday, May 8th, 2009
8:54 pm - Try it with your favorite youtube videos!

The silversun pickups vid for "panic switch" looks especially cool!


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Wednesday, April 8th, 2009
9:34 pm - Job application #15, Boloco Office and Marketing Assistant
I am assuming that this is #15. It's probably less. Maybe not. I don't know. I'm going to do one of these each time I apply for a job, as long as the cover letter is entertaining.

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current mood: amused

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Monday, April 6th, 2009
7:17 pm - Today I...
1) Got up at 6am after a very restless night
2) Went to New York City for the first time after a three-and-a-half-hour train ride.
3) Was not really impressed with NYC (to be fair, I didn't have any time to really take it in).
4) Was treated to a nice, buffet lunch at the Marriott in NYC
5) Had my suspicions confirmed about my company closing down, of which I had predicted everything down to the letter as to how it would happen.
6) Had another three-and-a-half-hour train ride back to Boston.

So, as of now, my last day of work will be on or around July 8th if I stay with the company, and I will receive a month's severance after that. There are a few positions available at the parent company, which I will be applying too, but many other people will be applying for them as well. There are a handful in Boston, and a lot in Chicago. The applications must be put in by tomorrow and Wednesday (depending on the position).

So, yeah. I've become another number.

current mood: tired

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Tuesday, March 24th, 2009
12:37 am - Tempting Fate
So after looking at the last few entries, I have to say, that for the most part, a great many things seems to have gotten better. At least lately. Maybe I have seasonal depression? I dunno.

This isn't to say that the crux of my last post was or is false, but that the overall sentiment of everything else pertaining to my life in Boston has improved.

Keep Hope Alive.

(Breathe you in like a cigarette now)

Monday, March 16th, 2009
3:08 am - This makes me wish I had a TV

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Wednesday, March 11th, 2009
12:36 am - I can't wait to be back in Chicago

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Tuesday, January 20th, 2009
9:22 pm
I'm launching a website. Anyone want to host for me?

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12:37 am - + 3
I've just had a verrrrrrrrrrrrrry relaxing weekend. I feel recharged. Cait and I spent all of today lounging about and doing fuckall. And it was great.

Got Left 4 Dead today. I had played it on my roomie's comp, who had a pirate version and thought it was pretty cool. Not orgasmic as I was hoping, but still pretty cool. I happened to be in circuit city today and software was like 10 or 20% off so I ended up getting it. I'm psyched to do co-op/vs mode.

Seriously, this weekend was so fucking great. And no more GW starting today! Can things get any better?

current mood: tired

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