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why hello pretty babies. i'm back!!

SPAIN was amazing, i will be forever obsessed. i miss it every day, and then some.

hellaedgar:
OH SHIIIIIIT.

Missed you, dogg.
tiger_fodder:
Happy Birthday! kiss

Are you still around?

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so after three blissful months, i will be terminating my account.

"why," you ask?

because i'm going to be living/studying in Spain next semester and i want to save as much $$$ as i can. yes, you can call me crazy, but i would rather spend the money on wine/shoes/tapas/cheap hookers or whatever while i'm there.

maybe i will see...
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geasavenger:
lol good luck in spain smile

No gifts from me I am to poor for this myself...lol
hellaedgar:
Later dogg.

I'm thinking I got a little overzealous paying for a whole year at once.

Keep rocking the little plastic guitars.
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Harry Potter.


that's all you need to know.



just... Harry Potter.
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wick87:
Harlot.
wick87:
Why
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BLAH BLAH BLAH

I'VE BEEN GONE A LONG TIME.

BLAH BLAH BLAH

I'M GOING TO TEXAS TO SEE MY BEST FRIENDS.

BLAH BLAH BLAH

BE BACK ON THE NINTH.
tiger_fodder:
Have a good trip! kiss
korbendallas:
BLAH BLAH BLAH, how was texas?
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i seriously want to scream.

i didn't get anysleep last night because my dog was crying the entire night. she was throwing up everywhere and couldn't even lay down. towards the end, she started throwing up blood. my baby is dying.

we took her to the vet this morning and she has to stay there all day in a cage by herself until...
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korbendallas:
I'll keep your doggie in my thoughts. I take it pretty hard when any of my doggies get sick as well. Stay positive.
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i hate posts like that last one, so please accept my sincere apology.

in other news:

there is none. still want to move back to st. louis, still am working all day, still not hanging out as much as i'd hoped, still need to get plastered (and soon).

wait! there IS news:

we played capture the flag in loose park saturday night in the...
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tiger_fodder:
What is an emotional post between friends?

memoorandom:
printmaking in the basement? sounds like fun. what kind do you do?

yeah, when i was in art school that's where the printmaking department was. i kind of miss it sometimes, more etching than lithography or anything else, though i don't so much miss those inks that you get under your nails and stain - no matter how hard you scrub, that stuff takes days to get out of your skin biggrin
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i've been looking for myself for years.

i thought i found her in the 7th grade, when i shopped at abercrombie and jumped from preppy leawood-bred boyfriend to preppy leawood-bred boyfriend.

i thought i found her for real the winter of my sophomore year of high school, when i was on the road to recovery from the greatest emotional turmoil i could have ever...
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nadirbyte:
I hope that I may hazard a response. Whom your question is directed to, the one may be afraid of what is behind the door.

This door that you speak of, it seems to me as it being like a mysterious, though archetypical object -- representative of something concrete, though I can fathom not all of what it may be. If I may so inquire, I am wondering what the door may represent, to you -- and what may the key represent?
nadirbyte:
"Subsidizing failure????" Ouch! Your parents said this?!

Right, I recall you having mentioned your father's prior service. I'm glad, honestly, that is among the guys who came back from that peninsula.

I know that a person might be not afraid of being rough, in any regard.

I say "OUCH!" because I expect parents to be supportive of their kids, and that sure as fuck isn't a supportive-sounding statement -- "not subsidizing failure." Maybe I can grok the aim of the statement (contrary to "failure" is "success", one could say) but I don't like the sound of it.

In an effort to make some respect to your madre and padre, I'll return to my previous statement, though: Whom your question is directed to, the one may be afraid of what is behind the door. Even the most hardened grunt still harbors some fears about some things --" if the one would be called whatsoever sane."

The question follows: If I may so inquire, what have you been thinking of studying?

That being asked, then I'll wager this, also: I sure as fuck didn't know what I wanted to make a career in, when I started into college -- and I still ain't got a degree, some ten years plus, since then.

I didn't know what I was going to try to make a career in. I knew this much, though: That I should go into post-secondary education (and that I could really enjoy doing so)

(Since then, I've come to think that I should make a career in software programming. I came to that conclusion, not anywhere curricularly close to a school.)

The quality of school I could afford (it becomes evidenced, moreso, as a matter of the student body, and the budget of the place -- any school can have great educators - "quality of school", honestly) -- and my parents were, really, completely unprepared for their son wanting to go to college -- well, community college was about the end it.

As such, "The school of life", or what-the-phuck, it's where I've learned the most of what I know. Trouble is, said school doesn't give you any degrees (or none easily. Now, I'm qualified as such-and-such in the Army, though) no easy "degree", such that employers, etc etc etc may most lazily look for.

On leave, for a week (more at-ease, as such, so it seems) and looking forward to your response,
-- Nadir
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alright.
two things:

ONE: i hate ford escorts. i really do. especially after what happened to me in mine today. UGH. i had just bought one of those stupid yet delicious five dollar frozen coffee drinks from einstein bros bagels. i took two sips; it was fabulous. i put it in the cup holder and proceeded to leave the parking lot. as i turned onto...
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deepdarklove:
One day I hope I can be a kick-ass old lady too biggrin
oh i mean uhh yeah jk
filed13:
Yeah. Bitches ain't shit. That's my motto.

By the way, Hello as well. What's goin on?
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i got my lip repierced last night after class. holla. i'm pumped; the rents are not. whatevs. i'm living with them this summer, then i'm peacing out back to STL full-time. but damn, will i miss kansas city. espesh westport. le sigh.

meanwhile, back at the ranch...

i wrote this on a whim. enjoy, s'il vous plait.

she dances with light...
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joemallik:
Yes, very nicely written. Very evocative.
arielle:
Yes, I've heard of etsy, I have an account and I put some stuff on it, but it never quite sells. Maybe I'll try to put more soon.
Thanks for your comment on my set, btw smile
Kisses xoxox
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i'm not sure if you'll ever live your life to the fullest until you swim in a fiber optic pool until 3am while watching the house morph into a giant, happy love monster and have a conversation with buddha who's listening to the shins.

the flowers are exceptionally beautiful today.
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joemallik:
You have nice visions. What is it, L*D? It's too much for me these days, but one of the softer ones, mesc or shrooms would be OK. smile
joemallik:
I should've also recommended a cool little book to you, "Mushrooms and Mankind," by James Arthur. You'll probably have to go to an on-line bookseller to buy it. Or, the library may have it. The subtitle is, "The Impact of Mushrooms on Human Consciousness and Religion." Like I said, it's a thin paperback. The subject is heavy, but the writing is not. I'm pretty sure you'll enjoy it.

Peace,

Ken G aka Joe Mallik