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June 7th, 2006

FRIENDSHIP

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I am determined to spend more time on this journal! I haven't had time to post in FOREVER and it seems like I hardly know any of you now! So, just for a bit of help for me, could you all reply with your version of this:

1. Name: Melissa Heaney (Missy)

2. Date of birth: September 24, 1986

3. Where you live: Prtland, OR. I go to Lewis & Clark College

4. What makes you happy: New LOST episodes, Ben & Jerry's, Chocolate, friends, shopping, and my boyfriend.

5. Currently listening/the last thing you listened to: Jack Johnson's In Between Dreams

6. Do you read my journal?: (I read my own journal, yes)

7. If yes, what makes it especially good or bad?: (the fact that I write it! Interpret this anyway you please)

8. An interesting fact about you: I got a belly button ring at age 11 and then took it out a month later because everyone copied me.

9. Are you in love/do you have a crush at the moment?: The BF.

10. Favourite place to spend time: The beach.

11. Favourite lyric: "I remember that time you told me 'love is touching souls', surely you've touched mine 'cause
part of you pours out of me in these lines from time to time"

12. The best time of the year: The fall.

RECOMMEND

1. A film: Goodbye lenin a great foreign film

2. A book: The Red Tent

3. A band, a song, or album: Fiona Apple, Extraordinary Machine.

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Rooting around the house looking for a book, I found some priceless treasures. Foremost among them: "The Best Senora Paulsen quotes of 2000-2001." I feel it's my duty to share some of these little gems with you...

-"Buenos ding dong diddly dias, clase!"
-"Well heckamonga."
-"Seriously, it's an affliction!"
-"Drop the chalupa and get away from the wall."
-"It's so sad when you see women with extra hair on their faces."
-"I don't hate my job, I'm just allergic to it."
-"What's a ghetto booty?"
-"It's like BO of the mouth."
-"Este saco de dormir esta completemente mojado!"
-"Stop playing with that, I'm serious!"
-"Your whole life is worth half a point!"
-"Cle, fondling my little bear."
-"Golly whippers!"
-"It's not just homosexuals anymore."
-"I lick my chops at Mr. Spain..."
-"Hey Jesus, keep your hands to yourself."
-"That's not funny, Katie Schaefer. You would not want to be killed like a llama."
-"Your mother farts jellybeans!"
-"Man, why'd you go do weirdness, huh?"

I am not making up any of these... classic.

May 15th, 2006

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I love my boyfriend more than anything else in the entire world.

What an awesome weekend.

March 7th, 2006

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HIATUS:

I'm just too swamped :(

February 14th, 2006

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Watching the Olympics has been incredible this weekend. I have to admit that I'm a clost figure skating fan.

HAPPY VALENTINE'S!

February 8th, 2006

HELLO!

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Wow. It's been a long time, huh? Well, I'm back, not sick, and raring to go... sort of.

December 22nd, 2005

Holidays Suck.

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They do. Especially families. And going back to Nowhere, Texas.

August 28th, 2005

SONG MEME

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DIRECTIONS: List ten songs that you're currently digging. It doesn't matter what genre they're from, whether they have words, or even if they're no good. They must be songs that you're really enjoying right now. Post these instructions, the ten songs and their artist(s), and then tag five other random people to see what they're listening to.


  1. The Freshmen | The Verve Pipe

  2. Problem Girl | Rob Thomas

  3. Perfect Girl | Sarah McLachlan

  4. Until The Morning | Thievery Corporation

  5. Stairway to Paradise | Rufus Wainwright

  6. Smoke | Ben Folds Five

  7. Lost in Space | Aimee Mann

  8. Mexico | Incubus

  9. Don't Panic | The Shins

  10. Such Great Heights | Iron & Wine



Now I tag whoever wants to do it.

August 2nd, 2005

American Apparel

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I just read about this in the new Bitch:

You know American Apparel, the clothing company that's all American and sweatshop-free?

They made a calendar. "Girls of American Apparel," which they pimp with the line, "Check out and read about our real, hot, never-retouched models." Sound like porn? Well, it looks like porn too. And from the pictures in Bitch, skinny models. Very original. Surprisingly -- ahem -- there is no corresponding "Boys of American Apparel" calendar.

Wow, and I thought buying their shit made me socially responsible.

Anyway, I recommend you check it out, and maybe write info@americanapparel.net to complain, or call 213-488-0226.

July 14th, 2005

Lots of Stuff

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I wish I didn't sleep so late on my days off. I should have worked today, but I was tired and didn't feel like it, and I slept till 2:30. Wtf?! I wish I could stop doing that. My sleep patterns are utterly fucked.

We are going to Austin this weekend. There is a Decs show there on Saturday night, so we're going to go to that, then stay Sunday and a bit of Monday because I've still never been there (que shocking!). So... Friday night Decs show, then an ungodly early morning to go to Bio, class till midafternoon, then heading to Austin.

Que busy.

Going to stop by Gen's tonight and bring her a long-borrowed DVD... also (this is awful, but what can I say) I want to stop by Express because they are having a sale (oh lordy I'm such a dork). And I *really* need to start studying because I have a lab test on Saturday.

Studying really makes a difference, I've noticed. I got a 92, including extra credit, on my last Logic exam, and I felt terrible. I felt like I was slipping way behind. So I put in a little bit of extra time studying this week, and I got a 110 (perfect score + assorted EC) on yesterday's test. As an extra bonus, now that I know what's going on, I like the class again. Wow, I should study more often. Or not.

I'm hot and sweaty. Oh, and.

I'm rereading Fear of Flying. Anyone who has ever been female, wants to be female, or knows anyone who happens to be female needs to read this book. It is timeless and classic and universal and all of these other such things.
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