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Hotel Rwanda [Feb. 6th, 2005|05:04 pm]
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lianadink
Has anyone seen or heard about the movie Hotel Rwanda? If you haven't you should. It's unbelievable.
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Lots of New Work [Feb. 3rd, 2005|07:12 pm]
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av_chick
[mood |artistic]

Got a bunch of Megatokyo, some Hellsing, and Invader Zim
Here it is!Collapse )
enjoy!
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11 shots of espresso & a mind full of pop-culture facts. [Feb. 2nd, 2005|11:02 pm]
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localpanda210
braying edinburgh beat
by: 210, all rights somethingerother...

City center of attention attention would the real slim shady please stand up above the clouds your live is held together by rivets and plates of aluminum foil is not microwave safe combination is 1 2 3 for you for me find me on the river bank robbery get away to steal more some other day nightlight keeping you safe from the boogey man living under your bed time sleep tight don’t let the bed bugs bite down as hard as you can this will hurt you a lot more than it will hurt me. You might choke on your words have little meaning that its going to be a lot more disappointing than you had imagined that I was on my way to a better life is a bitch and then you die cast iron model 1:50 of actual size up your enemies are my friends are always supposed to be there for you never know what’s going to happen next on must see tv george finds himself homeless and without emotions deceive, and deception is an art for arts sake for our sake would you give up the act and just be who you are what comes naturally I told you yes because my instincts told me to much too far gone fishing boats beached on a sand bar sporting events playing order another bud, bud, we’re in over our heads in the clouds look ominous this is a bad sign pointing the way to the city center we’ll find you there not there, move over, just a bit, that wasn’t so bad mind if I try some more for me none for you just don’t get it wasn’t meant for you to have it and now its gone with the wind fishing pushing the clouds looking ominous tragedy there are millions of Juliets but no Romeos death was a mistake think things over and disconnect the moment look at it from a third party perspective and make a clear headed decision of your live to be or not to be looking for something that might not existence is futile attempts at finding a meaning that it really means nothing other than the caffeine works for minimum wage slave whipped cream floating omminious cloud over the suburbs full of coffee shops for Christmas eve and Adams apple of my eye sore open oozing pus bleeding infected with malaria is transmitted by mosquito bites down as hard this will hurt me a lot more than it will hurt you have been trying to find a place to stay just the way you are don’t you ever change for a dollar bill said that Cindy said that you heard from Steve that Kristine thinks I’m an ass,ets and money liquidation estate sail boat on the sand bar finely breaks free Tibet over here limited time only everything must go put on the gas and burn bridges behind you are so naïve deception is an art, didactive, teaching a lesson plans written every night falls on Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn and Montreal expose read all about it in todays tribunal convicting war criminal possession of love actually last get it right hand lane is for slow traffic and turning only a few more minutes and we’re out of here it is what a surprise aren’t you excited that in a few days the world is going to be a different placement into an advanced program sucks, change it wasn’t meant to be anything special we were both alone and needed company, three’s a crowd. Rushing the stage an execution on fundamental strategy on your day in court of jesters, jokers, fools, all of you can’t you understand the Greek language is the greatest deceptor of the human race to the finish Norwegian would you pardon me excuse me bless you why does it always have to be about you am I not allowed to be self centered sometimes that’s just the way the cookie crumbles down he mountain spring summer autumn winter vacation down in the poconos with any lovely fiancé financial situations require that the trip is cancelled refunds are given at the box office space shuttle across town to catch the train delayed because of an explosion of thought everything comes out at once upon a time in a galaxy far far up up and away messages answering machines will make the world.

-210

www.its-toasted.com
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Amtrak Train of Thought [Feb. 2nd, 2005|09:54 pm]
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localpanda210
First, lets make waste to the quiz. Aye?

name: Two Ten
age: 20
school: DePaul (with an "L", not a "W")
major: Education/History
location: Chicago

-favorite-
music (ten or so): Local H, Caviar, The Webb Brothers, The Mountian Goats, Nine Inch Nails, Pearl Jam, The Smashing Pumpkins, Harvey Danger, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones (Pre Studio 54)
movies: A River Runs Through It, Memphis Belle, The Saint, True Romance, Heat, Antz, Toy Story, The Incredibles, Jackie Brown, and Say Anything
artists: Dali, of course...Edward Hopper, Gary Larson
books/authors: To run it down, and make sure I hit all the buzz authors...Fitzgerald, Vonnegut, Sallinger, Nabakov, and Thurber.
tv: ER.
political figures: My Thomas Jefferson Inaction Figure is pretty rad...yet...I digress. John Locke.


-opinions on-
the current state of my country: Illinois: Sunny and 75, with a mild breeze blowing off the Lake...
george w. bush: Not a real republican.
john f. kerry: Should have been Edwards.
abortion: It's not my place to police morallity, nor the governments.
gay marriage: See above.

-random junk-
do you like your school? why/why not?: If only for the fact that it's easy. Teachers screamed at the top of their lungs in High School, how..."If you'd do the homework, you'd have the A...Not a C! You'll never get away with this at University!" Proving that my large intestine isn't the only thing that's full of shit.
what's your ideal job?: Teaching a class on the Russian Revolution to a class Twenty 16 year olds who are exactally as I was at that age.
any funny/cool/interesting sites?: http://squgee.com/ - Been doing that page 3 years longer than El Jay existed.
post your Facebook link, if applicable: http://depaul.thefacebook.com/profile.php?id=22001754

Will find a piece of "art" to post in about half an hour.

With Slight,
-210
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Groundhog Day [Feb. 2nd, 2005|08:21 pm]
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penguinradar
[mood |energeticenergetic]
[music |52metro - "lockdown"]

With much speculation to the concept of groundhog day, I pose these questions:

If the groundhog sees his shadow (and he did too, rats!) then that meant that winter weather will last longer... for the groundhog to see his shadow, there must be a sufficient amount of sunlight present, meaning that the weather is getting nicer... so why then, does it mean more winter?

should we really base our hopes of the future on the paranoia of a small fuzzy woodland creature?

do you believe that what the groundhog's actions predict are true?

i read somewhere that when the shadow is seen, it means that because the weather is good now (when he sees his shadow), the only inevitable reason, is that it will get worse and bad before spring. personally, i don't think it could get worse... up here in boston we just received about 2 feet of snow... anyway, i was just wondering about your thoughts on the subject of the groundhog and his shadow.
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BEFORE FRIDAY [Jan. 26th, 2005|08:20 am]
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munchkin1616
Working on another study guide for a test in astronomy. This isn't due, but there are a handful of questions I'm not positive on the answers for and, of course, there's no answer key. (Not sure how it's helpful for us to use if we're not knowing whether our answers are correct...) Hoping y'all can help. Thanks tons! :)

1. When was the last time that a Total Solar Eclipse was visible from Hawaii?
a) 1993 June 4 b) 1991 July 11 c) 1876 March 25 d) 2004 October 14

2. On what day will the Summer Solstice occur in 2008? a) June 20 b) June 21 c) March 21 d) June 19 e) June 22

3. The planet Mongo orbits the Sun once every 3 Earth years in a larger orbit than the Earth, and is now in Opposition in Configuration 1, below. When will Mongo next be in opposition and in which of the configurations shown (both planets orbit counterclockwise)? a) 9 months (0.75 years), b) 15 months (1.25 years) c) 18 months (1.5 years) d) 12 months (1 year)

4. Mars was last seen in Opposition in 2003 August 27. When will Mars be seen in Opposition again? a) 2287 August 28 b) 2005 November 7 c) 2004 August 12 d) 2010 January 29 e) 2007 December 24

5. At sunset, you notice that the planet Saturn is high in the sky on your meridian. This means that Saturn is currently in which configuration? a) Western Quadrature b) Inferior Conjunction c) Eastern Quadrature d) Opposition e) Conjunction
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another poem [Jan. 21st, 2005|03:00 am]
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angabel
Snow Prints, a poem

Like all things, this is continuously going under the knife, so any and all comments are welcomed and encouraged. Even if it's "this line sucks" or "I like this line".
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(no subject) [Jan. 21st, 2005|01:29 am]
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prissy2kk
happy inaguration day....

oh wait...

it's 1:30am...

nevermind then.



coughcough.
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I stole this the link is below [Jan. 19th, 2005|11:29 pm]
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nshay61131
http://www.startribune.com/stories/1519/5195163.html

It's time to party.

As the families of bomb-flattened Fallujah huddle in make-shift refugee camps, drinking from sewage-filled streams, Iraqi policy mastermind Paul Wolfowitz fastens the last stud into his starched collar.

As the Iraq Survey Group ends its search for WMD, concluding that there was no imminent mushroom cloud or even a smoking gun, Condi Rice draws herself a hot bath.

As Sgt. Kevin Benderman, an Army mechanic with nine years of service, refuses a second deployment to Iraq, saying, "You just don't know how bad it is," Colin Powell pours himself a drink.

As Specialist Charles A. Graner, miscreant and major-domo of Abu Ghraib, shuffles off to prison, Donald Rumsfeld straightens the black tie of his tux.

As the 9/11 widow tucks her children into bed, wondering why the recommendations made in "The 9/11 Commission Report" weren't implemented, Tom Ridge tightens his cummerbund.

As prisoners charged with no crimes, and given no recourse, languish in the hellhole of Guantanamo Bay, torture apologist Alberto Gonzales clicks his cufflinks into place.

As Dan Rather retires in disgrace over forged documents, former CIA Director George Tenet, proponent of forged documents about Iraq's nonexistent nuclear program, adjusts the Medal of Freedom around his neck.

As the working mother in Chicago wonders how to keep her child from being left behind now that her special-ed program has been cut, Armstrong Williams polishes his shoes.

As Valerie Plame walks away from a distinguished career as a CIA "operative," destroyed when her identity was revealed by columnist Robert Novak, Mr. Novak walks to his limo.

As Osama bin Laden chuckles in his cave to see America's fortunes sink in the morass of Iraq and as fresh recruits to his cause multiply like flies, Dick Cheney pops the cork on a bottle of Dom Perignon.

As America's trade gap surges and the red ink in the national debt bleeds to a record level, Treasury Secretary Paul Snow finishes shaving and dabs at a spot of blood on his chin.

As the Republican Congress gets ready to underfund everything from Head Start to veterans' benefits, Speaker Dennis Hastert checks his profile in the mirror.

As Pfc. Francis Obaji, oldest son of an immigrant Nigerian family, is zipped into a body bag for the sad journey home, Laura Bush zips up her Oscar de la Renta gown.

And as his corporate pals slide their millions across the table to dance at his ball, forgetting for a moment the bottom line that forces them to ship jobs overseas, George W. Bush pulls on his snakeskin boots.

Susan Lenfestey is a Minneapolis writer.
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tv [Jan. 18th, 2005|03:30 am]
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gramma_loves_me
Is television an excape from the real world, masking any real facts or human emotions, or is it a window into the entire world, or universe, for us to explore?
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