Thursday, August 15, 2002


Monday, August 12, 2002

I put the Keep Fishin' publicity shot on my desktop. It kicks ass. You would get a screenshot, but I don't feel like it.

I also bought two tickets to Bright Eyes. I don't know who is going to go with me- I don't know if anyone who reads this even knows who they/he are. But it's the day after my birthday, and by then I'm sure I'll figure it out.

I am going to spend the rest of my day studying and doing college apps. I will not go online. I will not go online.

We'll see how that turns out.

Sunday, August 11, 2002

Life has been very music-oriented for me recently. Weezer was one of the most amazing experiences I've ever had- the music was so wonderful I can't even describe it, and I met a whole bunch of cool people and had a crazy night. I met Rivers (I met Rivers!!) and Scott, and told them how much I loved their music. I found new bands I like and have since discovered more, and am very exciting about other various concerts that are coming up.

I have my history final on Wednesday, and I can't remember anything. I also have not yet watched Glory. Thank god it's a night class. Signing off now- I've found myself having less to say recently.

Friday, August 09, 2002

I'M GOING TO WEEZER!! *goes wild*

Wednesday, August 07, 2002

My history project is due in four hours. I'm 3/5 of the way done and getting lazy. This would be much easier without cable, because I wouldn't interrupt myself to check blogs or look up bands every few sentences I write. Still, it's coming, even though I don't care about it and all of my responses are convoluted heaps of words that add up to about nothing.

Last night I saw Love and Death. Woody Allen. Very, very funny- much funnier than I expected it to be. I wish I had read more Russian literature so I got more of the references (I hate the feeling when you're watching a movie and you know they're making an allusion, but you don't know to what), but it still made me laugh a lot harder than a movie has in a while. I should go back and watch Manhattan, because it's the only Woody Allen film I've seen that I haven't liked, and I have a feeling that is because I watched it when I was too young to appreciate it. Or maybe it was just a bad movie. We'll find out. First I have to watch Glory for my history class, though. Then I'll go see Full Frontal. And then something off of The List. But maybe Manhattan will slip in there somewhere.

Tuesday, August 06, 2002

So far today I've: finished my book, listened to more good music, gotten annoyed at certain people who have LJs and I don't (must do something about that!), and spent waaay too much time on the weezer mbs. I am now going to do my history homework. Yes, right now. I know you need to know. Goodbye.

Monday, August 05, 2002

I've been staying up until the paper is delivered in the morning and not needing to talk. We just listened to the music and let it speak for us. One night where creative energy crackled throughout the room, another where we drifted in and out of sleep and it was enough. Enough to be together and know that these people were like me and with me and there for me. No matter how many exist with whom I can only talk about school, there are a few that will always be there for me and I hope I can do the same for them.

I've been listening to a lot of Simon & Garfunkel and the White Stripes. Incongruent, perhaps, but the correct prescription for right now. I'm reading The Fountainhead and it's made things around me a little blurry. I'm not finding any answers but at the moment it doesn't matter too much.