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Compliments of revbri

1. If you could live in any city in the world, where would you live and why? London, England; because it has enormous amounts of performing arts activities, it's a major world city, I've been there so I know I like it, and it has tons of parks and afordable places to just be and relax.

2. If you could speak any language fluently, what would it be?
German, because I spent three years of high school learning it and it would be nice to actually be able to speak it instead of just bits and pieces. I'd like to think my time was well spent.

3. When was the last time you rode a ferry and where did you go?
I think I rode a ferry when I was in Italy to cross some random body of water to get to some random, smelly, overpopulated city. That's about all I remember.

4. What was the longest plane ride you've ever taken?
Washington, D.C. to Amsterdam

5. If you discovered a country, what would you name it?
Kratznee...it's the phonetic spelling of the word beautiful in Russian. It also means red...just in case you ever need to know that. It's also what I'd like to name the first non-exsistant kid that I have. *non-exsistant since I HATE kids and would never actually have one*

Does anyone else ever wish their live journal seemed more profound? I'm going through this jealous streak where I hate the fact everyone else seems to have something to say and makes you think and all I can come up with is random junk that's floating through my head. I think I'm going to attribute this to the fact I haven't watched the news in forever. And THAT makes me feel bad because I feel ignorant...like I should know what's going on in the world. Gah.

In the good news department...Jesse's taking me out to dinner tonight. Wonder what he's done while in Madison that I should know about ;) AND I get to hang out with pilot_down on Sunday. Yip:) An evening away from "normalicy." That excites me. :)


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May. 15th, 2004 07:35 am (UTC)
random junk
funny, that's what I was just thinking.. all I do is type at random, meanwhile... so many others are creating novel expression

is me
May. 15th, 2004 10:51 am (UTC)
Re: random junk
Weird...I was just thinking your's IS sorta profound. At the very least cryptic...which is more than my middle school ramblings.
May. 15th, 2004 12:08 pm (UTC)
my middle school ramblings
To be sure... I appreciate my middle-school daze more thoroughly these days

Middle-school/junior high school.. Man, seemed as if everyone except me was off having sex, staying out late, driving cars and spending lots of money as they lied to teacher, parent or other liaison of academic and social grace

I was grounded at home or reading at the library

Middle/junior high school grades 7, 8, 9.. If I understand correctly, these days it's 6, 7, 8 grades

By the time I made to highschool I was ready for the missing hormones that didn't surface until my last semester as a senior (12th grade), by then I had given up on pretending I was anything like anyone else

Now then.. I don't regret being in a state of arrested development for so long, but I do regret thinking smoking cigarettes would somehow activate the pituitary gland, that was a mistake or at least.. ill-conceived lack of rationale

Take care
Those few years you spend writing as a middle-school student or university professor are the very years you will recall at a later date in time as surely some other person will feel some bit of sense, resurrected and relative to your own experience

Be aware of your choices and perspective.. In time all things may change as nothing stays the same

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