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Monday, March 31, 2003

Please click here and then hit continue.Thats all you gotta do to join my elite troup destined to rule.

And now for something completly different

KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: :( i missed u
OficrPacey: I worried youd think i left you
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: i am MRS poop
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: :(
OficrPacey: what ?
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: poo
OficrPacey: poopoo?
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: im tired my dear sweet poo
OficrPacey: ok erk
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: no berk!
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: i dont want to leave u now!
OficrPacey: Oh poop its ok
OficrPacey: dont worry. Ill sing you to sleep
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: no berk!
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: i want to stay here in pooland and talk to u
OficrPacey: erkys had a long day
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: she did berk?
OficrPacey: i think so
OficrPacey: erkys got school tomorrow?
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: she has a bowl of sorrow
OficrPacey: well im here, spill some?
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: she is torn between
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: perky lou and worky boo
OficrPacey: scuesmeoo?
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: moosey moo?
OficrPacey: woo....
OficrPacey: ?
OficrPacey: perkylou?
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: woo woo
OficrPacey: shoe
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: :-!
OficrPacey: erky?
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: turkey jerky
KiSsMeImCoNFuZd: nighty night mr. berk
OficrPacey: Gnighty Erk

And back to before: Join the great ranks!!

logged by Unknown at 1:18 AM

Sunday, March 30, 2003

The thing that makes this post so sad is that I should be at disneyland right now.

logged by Unknown at 5:42 PM

Saturday, March 29, 2003

Ever wonder what your parents are thinking?
what are they thinking when they drive.
What I would like to refer too as the Neal manuver is the following: For whatever reason the driver gets pissed, flashes brights, and talks about how he wishes he had a gun to dispose of the offending party. Now, its normal for a little anger to occur when youre cut off or something like that. But if a person so much as slows down to the speed limit in front of my dad he will excercise his manuver.
My mother is the other side of a spectrum. Instead of getting mad, she deals with bad drivers by giving me lectures on safe driving. I dont think there is one I havent heard sevral dozen times. She also doesnt listen to me when giving directions. It has long since been exclaimed by her that I have great sense of direction. I also usualy know how to get places quickly and find freeway entrances in the middle of nowhere. However on rides home from san luis obispo my mom will take detours after second guessing my directions. Im sure watching me spaz out in the car cause my mom is driving away from the freeway is quite entertaining.

Oh and that RBF show? yeah that didnt happen. neither has the future thing yet. that can wait till tomorrow.

logged by Unknown at 3:34 AM

Wednesday, March 26, 2003

Although my spring break will be nothing but uneventful. That doesnt mean it cant be boring. Last night I got a whoping 12.5 hours of sleep.
To combat bordem I have a guitar in my lap and ive been trying to learn a few new songs. Something of Value has been one target, and Cigarette both by Yellowcard were my first victims. And since my fingers never go where I want them too, theyll probably be the only ones.

otherwise, this spring break, I saw chicago twice, dreamcatcher once, and saw onesidezero play the troubadour.
current plans include seeing my ex, checking out Reel Big Fish at the Palace (quickly fizzling because of numerous dropouts), going to Disneyland, and deciding my future.

logged by Unknown at 12:24 AM

Sunday, March 23, 2003

I saw Chicago and Dreamcatcher yesterday. I absolutely loved one of these movies.

chicago was the best movie I have seen in a long time. And im not talking a few months, im talking a few years. If you havent seen it yet you really should. I cant elaborate. mental block.

logged by Unknown at 12:36 PM

Friday, March 21, 2003

Ive been checking out ways to stay in school and I came accross this....
"Academic dismissal letters that are mailed at the end of Fall, Spring, and Summer quarters are effective immediately (unless stated otherwise). Winter quarter academic dismissal letters are effective at the end of Spring quarter (unless stated otherwise) which means these students have a chance to attend Cal Poly during Spring quarter."

Now if I were a normal student Id have an extra quarter on my plate, no worries. But NoooOOOoo. I this maybe you will be kicked out maybe you wont bit. UGH! Not that I am not greatfull for it, it would be nice to have a pity quarter.

I talked to Pam who seemed happy that I wanted to be a theater major. BUT you arent allowed to switch on Academic Probation. At this point the earliest I could get into Theater would be next winter. Thats assuming I lift myself off of it during my pity quarter, and my appeal to stay here goes through.

So yeah, at some point during spring break Ill know if I am gonna be here next quarter. Untill then, spring break is gonna be a blast.

logged by Unknown at 12:00 PM

Thursday, March 20, 2003

I grew up in a musicaly minded family. I saw my dad perform in front of folks sevral times and it was the way he made a living. I have a sister who has done theater since she was born. through her and watching sevral performances I have learned tons about theater. When I was young I would do voice overs for commercials. I have eight big musical productions under my belt and a gazillion performances relating to musical theater along with them. Ive played the saxophone for nine years and along the way have done countless performances with orchestras and jazz bands. I have teched for a few shows and have done everything from build sets to hang lights to call cues during a show. I am board member of both the theater club and the ballroom dance club.

Ive been surrounded by theater and entertainment all my life. It should be no surprise to anyone that I am NOT a engineer but rather a entertainer. That is why this is my last quarter as a civil engineer at cal poly. This may in fact be my last quarter at cal poly.

I am going into the theater building today and will hopefully have a talk with Pam (guys and dolls director as well as head of the theater department) about becoming a theater major. My grades are low, but I have proven myself loyal to the theater department.

If that goes well its a matter of getting my dad to agree and pay for it. Not an easy task if you know that since high school started he has done his best efforts to steer me away from what he views as a life of poverty in theater or music (the road he chose). It will take compromise, undoubtedly Ill have a job next quarter if i stay in town.

Then of course there is the big possibility that I dont return to college here. I have a lease that ends next summer and wont be able to take any classes, yet it would be nice to finish off the year with friends before saying a real farewell. I could get a job in town and work. Another possibility is go home and spend time away from school. undoubtedly thatll mean get a job. Its been my dream to work at disneyland since I was very little. I can recall being ten and thinking that the guy making popcorn had the best job in the world, simply because he worked at Disneyland. Perhaps theres a little magic in store for me there.

I have several shadows hanging in front of me, echoing the future. I dont know which one will flesh itself out but I am excited none the less. So what if I am not going to be a civil engineer, I have a new world opening, one that I wouldnt dare take while I was safe in my major.

With the greatest sincerity I say thank you to all my friends in san luis obispo. I am unsure of my future here but love you all. I wont soon forget all youve taught me.

logged by Unknown at 7:09 AM

Wednesday, March 19, 2003

After watching all that dune which was really cool I am interested in reading the books. But im told that after the first three they kinda loose interest. But I suppose thats what happens when a major character is a worm.

logged by Unknown at 2:59 AM

Monday, March 17, 2003

eight hours of dune in 2 days.

logged by Unknown at 4:46 PM

Saturday, March 15, 2003

So after watching sandy take the religion test I was left wondering why I answered the way I did. No I wasnt wondering about what religion ment to me, I was just being a dumb ass and read the questions wrong (it was 3 am when i took the test, take it easy). I but down answers that I really didnt believe in, or sounded like they went along with what i do but the wording was off. So i went back to the site and retook it, giving mostly the same answers and only changing a couple from the weird wordings.
and check it out
1. Unitarian Universalism (100%)
2. Reform Judaism (95%)
3. Liberal Quakers (92%)
4. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (76%)
5. Secular Humanism (76%)
6. Neo-Pagan (74%)
7. New Age (71%)
8. Theravada Buddhism (70%)
9. Sikhism (69%)
10. Mahayana Buddhism (65%)
11. Bahá'í Faith (64%)
12. Orthodox Judaism (62%)
13. New Thought (56%)
14. Islam (55%)
15. Scientology (52%)
16. Nontheist (50%)
17. Jainism (48%)
18. Orthodox Quaker (47%)
19. Taoism (47%)
20. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (39%)
21. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (32%)
22. Hinduism (30%)
23. Jehovah's Witness (26%)
24. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (26%)
25. Seventh Day Adventist (19%)
26. Eastern Orthodox (16%)
27. Roman Catholic (16%)

This is much more accurate. I know I had more in common with jehovas than what the last test stated. So PUH!

logged by Unknown at 5:13 PM

Kiss me Im a true mustang.
Cal Poly is one win away from entering the NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament. This could very well be the first time ever theyve gotten this far. The prestigous oppertunity was granted after the Mustangs whalloped on poor UC Santa Barbra (which the mustangs hadnt beaten in 5 years up till a month ago). The play Utah St. tomorrow night in anaheim in the Big West Tournament finals. Utah beat gooses anteaters to advance.
Theres a group driving down for the Finals, and my band friends are already down there, but I got a choir concert at the same time.
You see, the band gets expenses paid to go support the Basketball team and stay at a hotel. But if youve gotta be signed up for the class in order to go. If the team wins tomorrow the band gets to fly to tennesse or wherever the tournament is. Im so jealous.

logged by Unknown at 4:13 AM

Friday, March 14, 2003

I got shit for going to a birthday party. I got shit for going to choir. I got shit for eating a salad.

I was called shallow and flaky. I saw a blog go from fun to buisness.

I also listened to 4 musicals (Follies, The Frogs, Evening Primrose, and Falsettoland)
I heard listened to Young Blood Brass Band for the first time.
I involuntarily listened to bad christian music (and honeslty there aint no other kind)

I dont want to have to do chemistry or math but if i dont I cant switch into a major which doesnt require either.
I put up with the slow ballroom underground server.

Yellowcard - Powder
Lying soaked in sweat tonight
Your knuckles white, you try to fight....
The need for more to get you by
You've had enough you wonder why...
Even now your body cries
for chemicals to blind your eyes
Wonder can you stay this high
when the cells begin to die forever

Crush it up
Take it down
Smash it up
Falling down

Swallowed like the medicine
that's broken down my happy friend
Wonder if he'll let me in
if I come to see him when he's better

There's power
in the powder
dissolving in your guts

I'm falling down

logged by Unknown at 2:51 AM

Wednesday, March 12, 2003

I smell sarcasm

So this elizabeth "smart" was found today. Walking down the street..... She had been missing for nine months. She is 15.

Now if you ask me it sounds like she really wasnt being held against her will. Noone is capable of holding a hostage nine months while traveling like a homeless man. It just isnt possible. in that amount of time theres gotta be tons of times she could have made a run for it, or snuck away. The family who had a press confrence recently to "condem police" for not finding their daughter was "jubilant."

there were lots of mormons hanging out and partying at the smarts house to celebrate her return home. There was also a huge sale of all their merchandise. All the commemorative "save smart" pins, shirts, and posters were going for half off. Rumor has it you got a free pin with every beer bong.

logged by Unknown at 6:54 PM

Tuesday, March 11, 2003

So how was your monday? Probably nothing like mine.
Well i slept from 3am till 12pm. Woke up, got dizzy walking down the stairs and had to sit down. Then proceded down and made it too the couch. got out math work did a little before...
Sleeping from 1pm-2pm At which time something woke me up and I decided to get up and go on the computer. I got up the stairs feeling more tired than ever. In fact I hardly remember getting off the couch and moving to my room where i...
Slept in my clothes, shoes and on top of everything stacked on my bed till 4.
After that I then proceeded to choir where I could barely stand, let alone pump air through my lungs at a acceptable rate for singing.

Thank god i ended the day spacing out at sandys. I mightve been there in body, but my brain was pretty much floating through space. its best if you picture a cat suspended in space moving at a constant velocity and spinning at a slow, but constant rate. That would be what i felt like.
Thank you for dinner too sandy

logged by Unknown at 7:27 PM

Sunday, March 09, 2003

Fuck All! here are my mardi gras pictures

Thanks to everyone who came to guys and dolls, we had a very succesfull run with great responsive audiences. you can see some back stage pictures (more to be added soon) at jeremys page. All the photos are from my trooper of a camera. The thing got some good use backstage

logged by Unknown at 11:11 PM

Friday, March 07, 2003

Yeah, you wanna know what fucked up? Ill tell you whats fucked up:
Last night was probably the first time ever I went to bed before my roomate and he didnt turn his music off.
Now when he goes to bed im nice enough to let the song playing play out and then Ill turn it off. But nooOOOooo I was subjected to bad christian crap music which drove me nuts. I can put up with noise, but music is something I have to listen too and if i am not diggin it itll drive me up the wall.
So I layed there for a good half hour nowhere near sleep because I was learning compassion for jesus. I love jesus. Jesus hangs on my wall in his box, and Ill never let him out. Fucking shit dude.

logged by Unknown at 2:35 AM

Thursday, March 06, 2003

Warning: Belief-O-Matic assumes no legal liability for the ultimate fate of your soul.

After taking the quiz my beliefs most closely resemble:
1. Unitarian Universalism (100%)
2. Secular Humanism (96%)
3. Liberal Quakers (93%)
4. Theravada Buddhism (81%)
5. Neo-Pagan (78%)
6. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (72%)
7. New Age (71%)
8. Mahayana Buddhism (70%)
9. Nontheist (68%)
10. Taoism (64%)
11. Reform Judaism (62%)
12. Bahá'í Faith (56%)
13. Orthodox Quaker (56%)
14. Scientology (49%)
15. Jainism (49%)
16. New Thought (47%)
17. Sikhism (46%)
18. Hinduism (38%)
19. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (36%)
20. Islam (30%)
21. Orthodox Judaism (30%)
22. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (22%)
23. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (22%)
24. Seventh Day Adventist (22%)
25. Eastern Orthodox (13%)
26. Roman Catholic (13%)
27. Jehovah's Witness (7%)

Heh, I like the fact that what I label myself as only accounts for 62% of what I believe in. It means I have room to move around and not fit in exactly with the crowd. I can still raise questions (which have always been important in the jewish religion) and debate, which are signs of a good jew. I also looked at most of the top 10 and nearly all of them say that there followers hold a wide spectrum of beliefs. So I think I resemble them because they can morph into whatever youd like them to be.

But I went back and retook the quiz to try and see if I could coax it to put reform jew on top. Apparently I was very wrong though, as it moved down on the list. However "Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants" dropped below reform jew, and orthodox jew raised a number of spots.

logged by Unknown at 2:02 AM

In the last three days I have recieved tons of hits of people looking for pictures of mardi gras at cal poly. Honestly I went from getting a few google hits for Bat Boy, to having a slew of people searching for tits.
Well, Id be more than happy to give you what you want, but first I want some beads, and if you cant manage that leave a comment.

logged by Unknown at 1:27 AM

Wednesday, March 05, 2003

So tuesday turned out pretty darn cool as the party was practicly outside my window. :)
More on my mardi gras.

logged by Unknown at 4:16 PM

Tuesday, March 04, 2003

Often when I find someone I dont like I will grab onto a steriotype about them that is easy to hate so that when I bitch to someone else they can easily relate. But Im torn between worlds. While I may think my roomate is a bible thumper freak for going to church and bible study, the fact is many girls Ive been interested in here at poly do that same thing (though they may not listen to soft christian music too). When I think about it Ive always used it as another excuse not to ask any of them out.

Dan says its not something to worry about, am I really looking for marrige right now anyway?
Maybe not, but perhaps in order to fall in love with one I must first expell the steriotypes from my head. Which will be no easy task I must say.

logged by Unknown at 2:27 AM

Sunday, March 02, 2003

Every so often I get devine inspiration and end up posting like I did below. This post, while maintaining some semblance of god like inspiration (it is a chritian thing after all), provokes in the most innocent way it can the words, "show your tits" from your mouth.

Mardi Gras has got to be the stupidest thing in the world. Granted it makes for some fun girls gone wild videos but it brings out the worst in most people. I saw guys trying to trade beeds for boobs but with no sucess. I saw girls walking around in very sexy clothing which they obviously had no intention of removing. I saw a girl waving her arms trying from a balcony to get beads in exchange for her split second tit flash, and I saw what a crowd of guys around what mustve been chicks making out.

but what did my camera see? not a whole lot. It managed to see this.....

and since my digi cam is not the fastest thing in the west I managed to catch the tail end of this...

Yes, and if you could only hear the chants of we want bush. I havent heard cheers like that since I went to the republican convention at Spirment Rhino.

While Im not a fan of these large generic drunken gatherings I do enjoy a womans company. Id trade a thousand tit flashings for a girl of my own, someone I could love and dream with.

logged by Unknown at 2:25 AM

Saturday, March 01, 2003

I domnt thikgk I can seesdtraight i m so drunk eecd water to prevent hangover if you are online and wish totalek to a drunk guy just IM ne because i cam typ erather well. infeact aI am the gonfsamack of them oall

logged by Unknown at 2:31 AM