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So today I walked the greatest hike of my life. Considering the fact that this was my second hike ever and the only other one I have to compare it to was Jew-camp ten years ago which consisted of a bunch of Woody Allen-esque teenagers bitching about having to wake up to early, being lactose intolerant and being allergic to every possible thing in nature...
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lielock:
oh my goodness I couldn't help but laugh alot during this journal...the yodler hahaha ah well I am glad the bears didn't eat you that would have sucked...good luck with the ladies
alhena:
well that sounds like quite the adventure smile i hope things get better!

oh and hey

Just stopping by to say hi friend :waves:

Well, you're on my friends list and over the weekend I realized how many friends I have that I've either never talked to or rarely talk to so I thought I'd try and contact some of them and one of them is YOU!

lol anywho smile

Hey! hope we can talk a bit more.
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My father is a man of many talents. Although I've always felt his greatest talent was the ability to string together swear-words as if it were an artform while watching Mariners games in August (despite them having a 30-60 record) his second greatest talent is the ability to spew pick-up lines in like 15 different languages. When I was a kid, I'd always...
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After spending nearly 24 hours I've finally arrived in Ploiesti. Our modern sense of time is funny. I was drinking at an airport bar with another person joining me on this trip. Our audible defense we just wanted to drink so it'd be easier to sleep on the plane...when we both knew we were trying to pour some courage on the nerves...
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rhanarose:
I'm keeping up with your travels, hun wink What's wrong with being 60??!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! kiss
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I guess it's a good thing that one of the only neurotic behaviors that has been passed on to me from my parents is punctuality....that, and recycled jokes. BOY am I a glutton for beating a clever quip to death. I'm sitting in the Portland International Airport with too much time on my hands. Somehow through the angst and excitement of leaving...
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This is taken from my blog which can be found at zstern.blogspot.com

If I were to die sometime soon, please don't ever tell people that I 'died too young.' I've lived a life...boy, have I lived a life. Although I'm only 24, the past few years have been so jam packed with excitement and adventure that I think it...
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desdmonia:
hello.
i really liked your blog, youre a good writer.
i cant really think of anything else to say bc i am so tired my brain wont work.
but wanted to let you know i read it smile
merryboudoir:
gooosh.... i definetely feel your blog!
i must say im the one living for the story too, never too sure if living abroad might be my thing, but i have moved a couple times already.... and i dont plan to settle down anytime soon!!!
during my trip i met a girl who was in the peace corps, it was amazing to talk to her even though she was always laughing cause im much of a funny talkative person.....
But believe me besides the always and usual question of how long is the traveling hours.... the other one that got me at some point tired is..... How is your country political issues going on....!!!?
so... i definetely wish you the best and i hope you find whatever you are looking for in this next trip!
there is no doubt, travelers will always find out with a hiding part of each one during all this experiences, and that must be the thing i love the most of it!
My very best wishes mr!
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im gonna be a movie star!! well, an extra at least...lol...the guy who directed Babel is filming a movie in Portland and he and the crew have been drinking at the bar where I work and they asked me to be an extra in a restaraunt scene for my days off next week...it'll be cool...i get 150 a day, plus...
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fligaflabin:
sorry I didn't think anyone was going to join me there so i went off and wrote a new blog i'm still there though
fligaflabin:
and you really do need some pics smile
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I cried for the first time in a long time today. Not out of sadness or fear, but rather of hope. Ever since I cultivated an interest in politics, some 10 years ago, I have perennially felt beaten down by the political system, almost as if there was no hope in trying to initiate change. Talking heads were all the voice of the same political...
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figmentation:
hope is a good thing.

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i just cant figure out how to get pics up on SG...i must be retarded!!!! can someone help me with this?

other than that, all is good...adjusting to being back in the states, which is actually weirder than i had previously thought. I'm back in portland because of family things...but all is looking up...starting my law school applications soon, which...
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_tryst_:
go to ur photo albums. click browse and select the photo or type in the directory.... lol thanks for the friend request.... I had a drunken night recently...
toxic:
Hey I'm home finally smile Sorry I've been here, there, and everywhere the last 2 weeks but I'm back now yay lol biggrin!
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Finally got some new ink!!! It's been a few years since I've gotten anything new and I couldn't be happier with the result...I'll post pics soon enough...but I have this thing where I like to get a new piece in every country that I live in...so I have my Argentine representative forever with me...it says 'ya no...
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jenniferjoy:
can't wait to see photos of your new ink!
pepsi:
Hey you came to say hello and sorry i have missed ya in chat - lets see those pics