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1. I don't like chocolate. Don't judge. It's just not my cup of tea. (Actually I think all you people are crazy for liking it. It's really foul stuff.) (I know, I know "You're crazy! Who doesn't like chocolate?!")

2. I snort when I laugh. Some of you might actually know that already but it's a big snort...
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pascipio:
You are so beautiful!
mrwaverly:
I love classical music: it was always playing when I was a kid. I can remember hearing 'Fingal's Cave', by Mendelssohn, 'Symphonie Fantastique', by Berlioz, lots of Tchaikovsky, and Beethoven, Bach and Handel, the latter three I have no liking for. I love 'Ma Vlast', by Smetana, 'Shaker Loops', by Adams, 'The Walk To The Paradise Garden', by Delius, but my absolute favourite piece, is the utterly exquisite 'Fantasy On A Theme By Thomas Tallis', by Vaughn Williams. It's about 17 minutes long, and I can listen to it over and over. It really takes you out of yourself - it ebbs and flows, like a tide. It's like lying on the top of a high hill on a beautiful day, watching the birds wheeling in the sky. There are parts that, despite many listens, make my heart soar, in the same way it does when you are hopelessly in love. It is a tremendously English piece of music - it's Swifts and Swallows, and Church spires, Castles and Spitfires. It is deceptively complicated, utilising only strings, but two orchestra's worth, playing in a 'call and response' manner, which is why it is not played live very often. The soaring, beautiful apotheosis never fails, despite my best efforts, to bring tears to my eyes, and I'm sure this was the intended effect. It is utter bliss. A perfect (if something can be so said to be) piece of music.
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Hello little perogies!
Just a quick update for you since I have a moment to spare...
Life has gotten so much better over the past few months. I'm now living in LA which means I have left Vegas, never to look back! smile
LA has been good to me already and it's only been a few weeks! I got a job right away and...
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octegon:
Welcome to LA
july:
@octegon thank you!!
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Hello again friends.
It's been a couple of months since I las checked in. I have an iPad in my possession for the afternoon so I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to catch up. So many things have happened but I can't very easily share all of it ith you.
For now I want to say thank you to everyone who...
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thelabrat:
It was great meeting you July! What a fun time! Look me up when you come to LA
kevin82:
Such a Doll Beautiful,Sexy, and Awesome...
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brooklyn:
You're such a little tart! wink.
johnnydanger3284:
lovelovelovelovelove
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I want to recap the events of the last year with you because I feel like 2009 was a great one for me. I also want to share with you what is going on in my life right now before I do that. Its going to be a big update so bear with me.

I feel gross. I hardly recognize who I have become and...
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celticfc5000:
my advice as someone not much older and completely unqualified to give advice is this:

when I was 23, I finished undergrad and had been listening to made friend take about who it was our last great summer etc.

now we had always drank a lot partying (12 plus beers a night or most of a750ml bottle of booze to yourself etc.)

but I keep thinking about what he said feeling I had to make the most of that time, and I ended up so drunk most times i had no idea what I had done or said, and my friends were in the same boat.

I cost me my girlfriend, which i was disappointed about, but we had been good friends since highschool before we dated, and we aren't friends anymore, she still really dislikes me to this day to the point of not looking at me in public.

but anyone, I chalk it up to a weird time in my life, lacking purpose and not being sure what I wanted to do.

I got past it, and I still drink just not like that. I go out for a few social drinks, from time to time to many still but not as bad. I just make better choices but what I drink, beer over booze etc.

you'll grow out of it with time. also a 8 to 5 monday to friday job helped a lot and hobbies like running, getting back into hockey etc.

and trust me yor probably drink a quarter of what I did.

a relative of mine from scotland always says "yer nae drunk till yae shite yersel" smile
humguy:
What a great blog!! You live such a full and exciting life.