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Writer's Block: Next stop: Hollywood [14 Apr 2011|03:17pm]
Which book that you've read would make a great movie, and why? Who would you pick to play the main characters?
Legend by David Gemmell
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[08 Jan 2009|09:45pm]
Tim Tebow is good
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I'm a game whore [07 Apr 2007|10:04pm]

I'm posting this link because they say if I post a link I can down actraiser for free!
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And I'm an uncle [26 Feb 2007|03:05pm]
Well as of 9:21 this morning I was officially an uncle to little Jolene. Julie is doing well and will be at Baystate Hospitol until Wednesday.

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Tragic Loss [02 Aug 2006|08:11pm]
To anyone who reads fantasy novels, this past Friday was a dark day indeed as David Gemmell passed away

For those who haven't read any of his books yet, I strongly suggest finding someone who owns the books Legend or Waylander and going at it. Or really any of his books for that matter.
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Craziness [24 Jul 2006|12:16pm]
[ mood | energetic ]

I've been reading an online comic for a while called Least I Could Do that I find pretty amusing. There are definitely days that are funnier than this edition but I just felt this one was one to be shared over the wonderful medium of Livejournal.

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An Update? [27 Apr 2006|02:51pm]
[ mood | chipper ]

Well I figured I would end my absence from live journal with an amazing update. So instead of actually writing anything profound or interesting, instead I'm going to give you a list of songs. These aren't my favorite songs, I don't neccessarily go looking for these songs. But these are songs that if they turn up on the radio I get happy. Not happy like I do when I hear a song that is one my favorites like Dream On or something like that. Just the increase my mood a notch for whatever reason. The best way I can describe it, is its like those whitening toothpaste things that say if you use this your teeth will be like two shades whiter on their chart. Well these songs will increase my mood by like one to two notches. It also doesn't work the same if I play these songs myself intentionally, the affect is at its best if they just come out of nowhere on the radio. Anyways, the list:

Take a Walk on the Wild Side by Lou Reed

I Come from a Land Down Under by Men at Work

Renegade by Styx

We Built This City by Starship

Final Countdown by Europe

Can't Take my eyes off of you by Frankie Valli(you gotta be on a straight up oldies station for this one)

No Rain by Blind Melon

There are definitely some other songs that fit this bill, but these are the ones I can think of right now. But either way, these songs are guarenteed to make me in a somewhat better mood than I already am. Now if two of these songs was to appear on the radio back to back.... oh yes, good times my friends. The only mysterious thing about this, is like I said it doesn't work if I go out of my way to listen to these songs. I mean sure they'd still be random fun songs but they wouldn't work in the same way.

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bored, so I figured I would post this in case no one has seen it yet [18 Mar 2006|11:25am]
Most people have probably already seen this, but figured it needed to put out there for all since. Good Stuff.

Lazy Sunday, wake up in the late afternoon.
Call Parnell just to see how he’s doin’.
What up, Parns?
Yo Samberg, what’s crackin’?
You thinking what I’m thinkin?
Man, it’s happenin’.
But first my hunger pains are stickin’ like duct tape.
Let’s hit up Magnolia and mack on some cupcakes.
No doubt that bakery’s got all da bomb frostins.
I love those cupcakes like McAdams loves Gosling.
Two, no six, no twelve, BAKERS DOZEN.
I told you that I’m crazy for these cupcakes, cousin.
Yo, where’s the movie playin’?
Upper west side, dude.
Well, let’s hit up Yahoo Maps to find the dopest route.
I prefer Map Quest.
That’s a good one, too.
Google Maps is the best.
True that.
68th and Broadway.
Step on it, sucka.
What you wanna do, Chris?
It’s the Chronic (what?)
Cles of Narnia
Yes, the Chronic (what?)
Cles of Narnia
We love that Chronic (what?)
Cles of Narnia
Pass that Chronic (what?)
Cles of Narnia
Yo, stop at the deli.
The theater’s over-priced.
You’ve got the backpack?
Gonna pack it up nice.
Don’t want security to get suspicious.
Mr. Pibb and Red Vines equals CRAZY DELICIOUS!
I’ll reach in my pocket, pull out some dough.
Girl actin’ like she never seen a $10 before.
It’s all about the Hamiltons, baby.
Throw the snacks in a bag and I’m ghost like Swayze.
Roll up to the theater.
Ticket buying, what we’re handlin’.
You can call us Aaron Burr.
From the way we’re droppin’ Hamiltons.
Now parked in our seats.
Movie trivias the illest.
Which Friends alum starred in films with Bruce Willis?
We answered so fast it was scary.
Everyone stared in awe when we screamed Matthew Perry.
Now quiet in the theater or it’s gonna get tragic.
We’re bout to get taken to a dream world of magic with…
the Chronic (what?)
Cles of Narnia
Yes, the Chronic (what?)
Cles of Narnia
We love that Chronic (what?)
Cles of Narnia
Pass that Chronic (what?)
Cles of Narnia
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Whats that in the bushes? an Update!! Gasp!! [06 Mar 2006|11:16pm]
[ mood | thoughtful ]

I figured it was about time for another update. That and it got mentioned in conversation today that I should update. I suppose if I had felt the motivation for livejournal I would have plenty to write about, but its just kind of like bla most of the time. But for right this second anyways, I feel the urge to update. Last year, as I predicted was a great year, and many great things happened. This year, more than fun seems like almost a transitional year. Part of this is because I will be graduating at the end of the year, but its more than that. I think I'm about to embark on one of those final stages of maturity. It seems like every few years or so I think I'm really mature and that there's not much more to go... but this is different. I feel more and more like an adult. I have always felt more mature than my peers(for those who don't know me well, you may find this hard to believe so just trust me) but even feeling more mature than my peers was just simply that. There have been many times that I have gone through things to show how I have matured or just being responsible or whatever. Pat and I have called it the "Real Life Crisis." Like a midlife crisis only it happens in your late teens or early 20s. Its that string of events that truly convinces you that one's life is not going to be the fairy tale they imagined in youth. But as I've said, this is different than all of those, now I find myself feeling almost different in how I think and I'm not sure where or when that happened. But either way I don't look at things the way I used to, not entirely anyways. In most ways I'm still the same person I have been in the past few years but there's something else inexplainable about it. Perhaps some know what I'm feeling now?

Oh well, that aside a lot of my classes I'm taking this semester really show how lucky I am. How lucky many of us are. As much as sometimes we get curveballs and unexpected tragedies just being born in America and getting the oportunities we have received is just amazing compared to what others are forced to go through in so many different countries. Amidst my Bush bashing and my distaste for how politics are done now a days, I think it is neccessary to occassionally stop and remind myself and others that we do live in the best country in the world and there is no one who can convince me otherwise. Our country has been making mistakes recently but there is no place I would rather live.

Sometimes I try to figure out what my life will be like in ten years. For the most part it is wide open with nearly limitless possibilities. But in my thoughts I would gather some of the parts of my life that I view as true consistencies. People, places or things that I believe will always be a part of my life and a part of who I am. Every now and then though, one of those consistancies gets shaken. Something I thought I would always be seeing is no longer there and I try to figure out why. But most of all I then wonder what I can say is a true consistancy. There are no guarentees in life and because of that there is much less I'm sure about now. That said, there is still much control. I do believe in fate. But I don't think our fate controls what we do. I believe what we do controls our fate. Who we are as people, what we value, etc. But it pains me when I see something I thought would remain in my life forever, and now its all but gone.

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2005 [20 Dec 2005|12:44am]
[ mood | nostalgic ]

Well Insomnia, does lead to one thing. Live Journal Updates. This has been a good year as I predicted. Though there were also many things that didn't go the way I had hoped or had planned, I did advance as a person. I learned a lot, a lot more than I'll write about in a live journal anyhow. Finally 21 which is like I expected it to be. Its not like a magical transformation that results in week long benders throughout the year. The main this is... if you want a weeklong bender you at least one is necessary I suppose. But anyways, convenience is just great. You know, a bunch of people are coming over so I'll just drive down to Town and Country. Simple! Its like the reward one gets for having life get more complicated. Kind of a sign that says, "you're going to need this."

This was definately a year to remember though. I mean it started with a trip to Puerto Rico. A Third Championship for the Patriots. Another term on the Dean's List, getting closer to Graduation. A year at Six Flags that was highlighted by a relationship and the firing of our incompetent boss. Great times in the summer seeing Ozzfest, Three Doors Down, Staind, Breaking Benjamin, and Avril Lavigne in concert. Then to close off the summer I once again saw the Patriots opening game of the season. I have now been to all three banner unveilings which is amazing.

Fall was probably the toughest part of the year I'd say. Though it was probably my best year as a coach, it was my toughest team to deal with so far. Frustrating as ever! This team was probably in some ways more talented than last year's team which placed second in their conference. The problem with this team was their discipline, not on the football field, they were great on the field. But in the classroom they were all..... well interesting. Every day on my drive to practice I would wonder who would actually be at practice. That's why I loved last year's team, I never had that thought once, the nucleus of that team was there every day without a second thought. Then football aside, my semester was really just tedious. None of my classes were really that hard, it was simply going through the motions. It was all classes that are requirements and things I need to take but... not hard at all. I will actually be disapointed if I don't have straight A's. And would probably have to be screwed by a Professor to not have straight A's.... that or maybe absences will keep me off. But overall, this is probably my most useless semester at school... and thats saying a lot. The only fun was at the end of the year writing papers on Jim Thorpe and the Belgaraid. Then anyone reading this already knows about the other aspect of my fall that well wasn't exactly a positive though much was learned and a lot can be taken from it all.

And now we're back to winter and once again thinking about the next year. There will be many hopes going into 2006. Many wishes, a few resolutions that I've actually already begun... well they can't be considered resolutions at this point, but I will vow to continue them into 2006. So here we are though, the Patriots are once again preparing for a playoff run. I'll have enough credits to graduate in the Spring but won't be doing student teaching until the fall. My coaching job seems to my hold on where I am though I'm not sure that I really want to continue that path. I want to obviously continue the path of coaching though I'm not sure if I want to settle down in Agawam where there is much I have yet to really see and experience. A Year out in Boston may not be quite enough for me. But then again, why leave? Why give up on a nearly guarenteed job?

Things for next year:
Graduate from Westfield St.
The ever present Lose Weight resolution with new angles and inspirations
Become an even better coach in as many ways possible
Go to more Realms events
Make it through another year at Six Flags... need that money
Continue the work I've been achieving on my book the past month
Stick with the morals and values I've set for myself

Nick Vooys" 2005 in Review....IN LIVE JOURNAL SURVEY FORM!Collapse )

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[28 Nov 2005|10:40pm]
[ mood | blah ]

20 years ago I was: One and probably sleeping... a lot

15 years ago I was: 6 and had been living in Agawam for a year. I was in first grade at Granger Elementary School. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, G.I. Joes and Ghostbusters oh my!

5 years ago I was: 16 and a junior in High School. I was pretty convinced that I would be going to Syracuse University for Journalism. I got a job at McDonalds, :( The Last time Agawam lost to West Springfield on Thanksgiving

1 year ago I was: 20 and really for the first time in my life genuinly happy in nearly every aspect of my life.

Yesterday: The Sunday after Thanksgiving. We had the End of the season Football banquet where good times were had by all with the exception of a few renegade parents who apparently thought every single player should have been individually talked about and praised. Both the Patriots and Redskins lost their games and Steve Maruicchi coached his last game with the Lions

5 snacks I enjoy: Peanut Butter Jelly Time, The Dip, Cheese Products, Cereal, these awesome Special K bars

5 songs I know all the words to all of the words? Dream On by Aerosmith, I Hate Everything About You by Three Days Grace, Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin, Light my Fire by the Doors, Bohemium Rhapsody by Queen

5 things I would do with a million dollars: Patriot Season Tickets, 2005 Chrysler Seabring Convertable, and a house, the house would be pretty good, probably one like my mom's in a town like Agawam, then whatever is left I'd help out a few individuals who I know could use it

5 places I would run away to: Italy, England(also Scotland), France, Holland, and Florida

5 things I would never wear: Bret Favre jersey, skirts, those big winterish looking boots that girls wear with skirts, nipple rings, and whipped cream bakini

5 favorite TV programs: Simpsons, Family Guy, NFL Live, Patriots Football games, X-Men(yeah Toon Disney Channel)

5 bad habits: Double Booking, Studdering, Staying up late when I should go to bed early, Eating unhealthily

5 biggest joys: My family, my friends.... nothing else really matters after that. Well FOOTBALL!

5 favorite toys: A Football! Madden, Civ. 4, I guess my dvds and thats all I really have that could be considered toys I guess.

5 fictional characters I would date: Princess Jasmine(oo yeah) Hmm, other than that Ella from Ella Enchanted since I'm on a Anne Hathway kick

5 People to tag to do this: Holly, Jess, Julie, Pat and anyone else who reads my journal

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Yeah, you read right [29 Oct 2005|09:49pm]
[ mood | relaxed ]

Well the time has come for an update, but in this update I will use it in the nerdiest way imaginable. With Star Wars Episode III coming out this Tuesday it is now only a matter of time until another marathon is on its way. Perhaps Thanksgiving Break? Perhaps Christmas break? That is still to be decided. We have seen a marathon of the three Lord of the Rings movies consecutively... then we saw the Extended Lord of the Rings marathon followed up immdediately with the Making of Return of the King for why not. Now we shall witness all six Star Wars movies in one day. While watching we shall partake in drinks, and food items, perhaps since the event is not bad enough maybe we'll play the Star Wars Role Playing game or some other game like Diplomacy through the movie marathon.

The Super Quick Update on Me: School is going ok, kind of a worthless semester. My football team will finish their season with a mediocre record probably going 4-5. I hate more than half the kids on the team and can't wait for this season to be over with. As far as skill players go I haven't had a more talented class but because they're losers so is our team in a different sense. Bruschi's coming back to the Patriots. Very Good. I LOVE my apartment. All the while Jenna and I are experiencing our first troubles as a couple.

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[18 May 2005|12:13am]

Coming Soon. Perhaps Friday.
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Random!!! [20 Apr 2005|04:57pm]
DarthVader writes sonnets to SailorVenus

What's Your Ultimate Fandom OTP?
Shiver My Timber--A Pirate RPG
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Sorry if I offend anyone....which is bound to happen. [11 Apr 2005|09:03pm]
[ mood | aggravated ]

Long Friends Survey

Created by lovekills and taken 1633 times on bzoink!

Dumbest....depends what we consider a friend
Morst BoringMario and Luigi
Most Populardepends on the setting
QuiestestAlso depends on the situation
Loudesta Drunk Pat
Laid BackSeth
OutgoingScott, Julie or Nate
Sweetestthere are a lot in my group of friends I guess
EvilestMy nemisis, the Candlestick....though the candlestick is no friend
PrettiestLas Mount Ida Chicas
Best ParentsI'd say me
Worst ParentsJess
Best DressedCaroline, she knows what she's doing
Worst DressedTom, hands down.
Biggest Potheadhmm, there are a lot of people even in this one. No one more than the others
PrepAll the guys I coach with.
GothRob I guess
PunkJulie's a punk.
GeekThe Realmsies
Most Annoying....The Realmsies
Most LoveableJess
SexiestJen and Claudine
HotestJen and Claudine...again
Loves MoneyRob spends it faster than anyone I know
Most DepressedVaries on the time of the month
Wants a CowSeth and Julie would like one
Knows everything about youSiblings I think
Wants to know everything about youWell the Catholic Hierarchy has been looking over my resume for the past week or so
Has the most siblingsRob
Best EyesJen
Best SmileHolly S.
Follows You..........the shadow *shifts eyes*
You FollowCartoonists
Ignores youlol there are a lot on this list
LiesBruce Willis......I know he's Batman
HonestSeth.... he has no reason to lie
Most KinkyRose
Most Self Centeredme
Most GivingJulie
Most CaringJess
Poorestme until I started Six Flags New England again
Biggest EgoMe
Smallest EgoJess
Smallest HouseSeth and Julie
Biggest HouseClaudine
Lowest Self EsteemJess
Most ConfidenceTom
Hits on your Girlfriend/BoyfriendJulie
Watches cartoons too muchAll of us
Most HatedMe
Most LovedI'll say Julie, Rose and Holly S. in their respective circles
Hates PeopleRob and Pat hate lots of people
Would go gothRose
Most ObessiveMyself
Corniestohhh definately me
ShortestRosaly or Julie
NicestBill and Curtis
MeanestAll of the Mythguard crew ;)
Deepest [thinker]Holly
ShallowDefinately Julie
Best for AdviceLindsay
Worst for AdvicePat and Rob.....too many felonies involved with their ideas
One you'd dateWe all know
One you'd screwJulie.......OH MY GOD!!! I can't believe I typed that!
Known the longestJames and Julie
Met most recentlyJess
Worst Taste in MusicLee Ann
Best Taste in Musicthe Twins!!!
Worst taste in Clotheshmm, I don't know. I guess me because I don't really think about style
Worst Taste in ClothesPor Que dos?
One you couldn't live withoutThe siblings
One you could do withoutnone, hence their my friends
Most Prudelol Dave
Most PerfectIt varies
Most SluttyCousin Sara
The BadassRob tries
Best PersonalityBill
Worst PersonalityMe
Most TalentedJanna
Would Die forThere are about 10
Would Let DieHan Solo
Can always suprise youFrodo, who knew he had mithril. Na, I'll say Tom
Most MysteriousThe Shadow
Gives you the Lamest GiftsMother Dearest
Seeks AttentionThis varies
Most GutsCurtis, two destroyed legs and he still wants more
Want to be Closer WithJen and Claudine, like earlier
Starts ArgumentsPat and I have fun pointless arguments
Solves Themmy Desert Eagle 5.0
Goes to You for AdviceThere are a few
BitchiestVasha, little bitch
Most FememineTom
Most MasculineNapoleon Dynamite
Most CreativeHolly S.
Most MusicalJanna and Jess
The PimpME!!!!!!
The Whore......
Hurts you the MostIt varies
Loves you the MostIt varies
Best StudentScott
Worst StudentSeth
Would Like to Take it to the Next Level With"Darlene, if I were a little bit older....oo and if I had a cadilac"
Most Annoying"He had a was crazy....and all in japanese...for some reason"
Drama QueenRecently, Me
Most ImmatureThis changes
Most MatureBrother Dearest
Most TalkativeVaries
Most AthleticCurtis
Most Snobby.....
Most OriginalHolly S. in some ways, Julie and Seth in others
Would Change for YouDepends on what kind of change we're dealing with here
You've KissedA few
You want to KissA few
Can Trust with Deepest SecretsCurtis, Pat, Rob and the Siblings
Can always Cheer you UpThe Siblings definately and many others
Can Always Bring you DownOnly a few
One you love the MostSiblings and one other
Gayest OneJulie and Laurie
Nicest HairHolly M.
Crys the MostJulie, she's soooo not tough
Eats the MostLee Ann. Curse her metabolism!!
Homophobic OnePat
Best Bodyhmm depends on my mood I guess
Most Likely to Get Drunk and Bang SomeonePat
One who can Party the MostJen , Claudine and Carlos
Best ListenerLindsay
UniqueSeth and Julie
Motivatedhmm, Curtis?
InnocentSome of my cousins
GuiltyThe rest of my cousins... na we'll say Mr. 20% Pure Soul ;)

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[08 Apr 2005|01:02am]
[ mood | tired ]

Well Julie and Seth are on the verge of starting the walk to Las Vegas. There are so many factors involved with this trip I really have no idea on how they actually are going to do. Sometimes I'm thinking that after about a month they're going to be just broken down and done. Other times I'll be thinking that they'll be fine until they reach things like deserts or mountains that are just too much bare. Speaking of bare, what happens if they run into a bear? Na I'm not worried about that. Until they reach the southwest, Wildlife will be the least of their concerns. The closer they get to Vegas though, the more poisonous type thingies come into play. But thats.....if they make it to the southwest. Either way, they're going to have a whole mess of stories from this trip that they'll be telling for the rest of their lives. Oh well, the best of luck to them.

In the next week or so Pat and i are going to set up a website at In the meantime join with Laurie's LJ community for it.

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Stability |||||||||||||||| 66%
Orderliness |||||||||||||| 56%
Empathy |||||||||||||||||| 76%
Interdependence |||||||||||||| 56%
Intellectual |||||||||||||||| 63%
Mystical |||||||||||||||| 63%
Artistic |||||||||||||| 56%
Religious |||||||||||| 50%
Hedonism |||||| 23%
Materialism |||||| 23%
Narcissism |||||||||||||||| 63%
Adventurousness |||||||||||||||||| 76%
Work ethic |||||||||||||||| 70%
Self absorbed |||||||||||||| 56%
Conflict seeking |||||||||||||||| 63%
Need to dominate |||||||||||||||| 63%
Romantic |||||||||||||||||||| 83%
Avoidant || 10%
Anti-authority |||||||||||| 43%
Wealth |||||| 30%
Dependency |||| 16%
Change averse |||||||||||| 50%
Cautiousness |||||||||||| 43%
Individuality |||||||||||| 43%
Sexuality |||||||||||||||||| 76%
Peter pan complex |||| 16%
Physical security |||||||||||||||||| 76%
Food indulgent |||||||||||||||||| 76%
Histrionic || 10%
Paranoia |||||||||| 36%
Vanity |||||| 23%
Hypersensitivity |||||||||||||| 56%
Female cliche |||||| 23%
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Drama and a Rant or Two [04 Apr 2005|12:02am]
[ mood | weird ]

Warning Inside this is just sappy Live Journal Nick Drama.Collapse )

So a lot has happened since I've done a serious post. Baseball season has started... and I've lost interest already. There will be one thing to determine my level of interest in Baseball this season and that is the success or lack there of my fantasy baseball teams. If my teams are doing well for themselves or could potentially do well in the long run I will continue to watch maybe Sportscenter at least to keep up with the baseball news.

More importantly Westfield St. College continues to sadden me. Not so much the classes, granted I'm ready for summer but overall I don't have that many complaints. For taking six classes right now, I could have a lot more work than I actually do.(Though I still have a bunch) The school overall is simply as Ed from Shaun of the Dead would put it "" So I still haven't confirmed it all yet but the crazy rumors and heresay are good enough for me. But anyways WSC was set to have Dane Cook come to our Spring Weekend thingy which would have been phenominal! But apparently communications got back to the school he would only do a performance in a building that could contain 1000-4000 people at least. So we have our state of the art Woodward Center which would be perfect. Unfortunately the school decides that this building can only be used for Athletic Events. So no Dane Cook. The Woodward Center is the first time in my life I've been able to be bitter at a school's atheletic department, its kind of exciting. Though I must say, even if I was involved with the athletics department I would still be appalled at missing Dane Cook because of such a reason. So last Friday I pick up "The Voice" which is the student paper on campus and there's a headline about Dane Cook and a story on page one.... THERE WAS NO DANE COOK STORY! Flippin idiots, gosh! There were two interesting articles though. One of which was one that talked about how our DC has failed six parts of the Health Inspection. Five of which being structural so they're going to have to close the DC for a few days or something to fix it up. During that time we can get our meals at 333 which is down the street a little bit. Its not a long walk, but inconvenient as all hell.

The next article I read was about the new dorms they're building. I admit I came very close to getting housing here because I was just like "WOW new dorms, out of my way jerkass!" But in the end Pat and I are going to be getting an apartment. And its a good thing because the new dorms aren't going to be done until late October(Assuming there are no further delays <--- and this was surely mentioned in the article) In the mean time this is all coming about two weeks after kids have paid room deposits and guarenteed housing in the new dorm next fall. The school is asking kids to commute for the first month and a half or if they live to far away they will be provided housing in one of our gyms(though not the Woodward center, thats only for athletic events) In this scenario the kids will all get a bed and a small space for the personal belongings but are asked only to bring the bare essentials. Also once intramurals start up they will all be asked to move their beds to the sides so people can play floor hockey and the such in their bedroom. They interviewed two kids. One was the typical and justifiably pissed off kid who is going to sue the school with his father dearest lawyer. The next person they interviewed was this girl who is on like school council and everything and said that since most of the people living in the new dorm were going to all be seniors. So she's looking forward to the experience of living in the gym as a good "bonding" experience with her fellow seniors. So sad! Yet so glad I'm not living there next year! Now no one can tell me the commute of living in the apartment will suck.....well I'd be commuting anyways!

Rant Over. Go Patriots.

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[02 Apr 2005|02:43am]
[ mood | chipper ]

Sin City was phenominal, a real post tomorow

My Purity TestCollapse )

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I got my job back ehhhhhhhh! I got my own room ehhhhhhhhhh! [28 Mar 2005|11:57pm]
[ mood | stressed ]

Well today started out as an extremely bad day but turned into a relaxing fun day. I had a math exam this morning just as had sadly forseen late on Sunday. So I walked into not too worried and I sat down. So the teacher goes "oh about 15 minutes left" and thats when I realized I done the entire problem wrong. So I race through and try to do it as fast as I can but definately didn't get it all 100% right in that small amount of time. So I was sad......and it was raining outside so I decided to skip my last two classes of the day. I was going to post more but this talk of math class made me remember how much work I have due tomorow and Wednesday!! So perhaps a post by......Thursday.

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[27 Mar 2005|01:48pm]
[ mood | jubilant ]

My dad sent me this to wish me a Happy Easter. Its called the Patriots Easter:

An it came to pass that the scribes tried to jinx the Patriots by
proclaiming them a Dynasty and that Brady was a leader equal to
Montana; all
during the two weeks before their great test.
But they could not prevent the thunderbolts of Brady; Dillon and
and their hosts shoke the earth to complete their tasks.
The scribes confronted the McGinest and asked: "Are you a dynasty?".
McGinest pointed to the printed words of the scribes and answered:
"You say
that we are".
Apologies to the New Testament.

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