Thursday Nov 01, 2007

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Oh man. Haven't partied that hard in a long time (with security, no less). Awesome (except for the one creepy guy- would've appreciated not having him come up and start kissing my neck. Ew).

Hope y'all had a bloody fantastic Halloween.

Sunday Oct 21, 2007

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Its unfortunate that some people still need to learn some fucking respect. If I go to a party- its okay to hit on me, its okay to flirt with me, its even okay to make blatant overtures of sexual interest. But for some guy to just be grabbing my ass & literally surrounding me with his friends & talking shit... this dude is lucky because my room...
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lateforthesky:

Bullshit it is. If it makes you feel better, there seems to be (slightly) less of that kind of thing after college.

Also, I admire you for switching from law/politics to theatre. I enjoy law so far, and there's a lot you can do with it, so no regrets. But I always wish I'd had the balls to pursue writing/journalism back when I had the chance. I still think I'll have a shot at that line of work eventually, but it's tough to break in once you miss the window. Looks like you didn't miss yours.

lateforthesky:

Yeah, criminal law is the plan. Ideally, I want to work for the DA of a major city when I graduate. That stuff's pretty competitive, though. I would also consider being a public defender. But criminal for sure.

I understand the second thoughts. On the bright side, you really can't do much with a politics degree that you can't do with a theater degree. For grad schools, it's all the same. And without grad school, the job options are just kind of anything goes, it seems.

Where do you go to school? If Stanford, then apparently we shouldn't be talking (though I don't put much stock in this rivalry as a law student).