Friday, January 30, 2004

Also...on a sadder note...lets all remember the amazing body of work from Helmut Newton.
Bibliophile has been updated.

School was canceled today. I really needed the day off. Not because I'm behind in my work or anything but because I haven't gotten to sleep in one morning since christmas break. I work at the crack of dawn on saturdays and go to church early on sunday - one by choice the other not so much. I don't mean to bog you down with my bitching but that is the way it is. For me at least.
Winter Carnival is tomorrow. I'm not excited or anything. I'm on court which is kind of exciting. But I have to stand next to Evan which is defintely not exciting.
I don't have any tickets. I was planning on buying them today. They don't sell them at the door like they did in olden times. I will have to force my way in, I guess.

I hope those who don't have to go to school today enjoy their day, those who can't should also enjoy their day off as well, and those who still do...nah nah nah.

Wednesday, January 28, 2004

Cancer: (June 22—July 22)
Jesus will finally speak to you this week, but His message of love will contain such filthy language that your faith will be shaken forever.

Tuesday, January 27, 2004

Does my father not know me at all? He thinks it silly that I refuse to vote for Bush. It's none of his damn bussiness who I vote for.
I went to Ani Difranco too. I also thought it was awesome. You've already heard that.

The new semester started yesterday and with that new semester I got two new classes. Comparative Economics and Pottery & Sculpture I. One shall be more exciting than the other. Can you guess which one?

I hate the world right now.

What the shit is up with wearing fucking black trenchcoats? I hate school.

Tuesday, January 20, 2004

That is my Jane Eyre thesis assignment. I can't type it in Microsoft word because I'm at school and my account at school is set to french and that's the only program I have trouble switching back to English. I type something and it comes out the french equivalent. M = Q on their keyboard. I can't type my name!
1) "John....home." Ch. 1 p. 3-4
A mostly physical description of John Reed with some aspects thrown in of how his looks affect the way he acts.

2) "Why...night." Ch 2 p. 8-9
Physical descriptions of Eliza and Georgiana and more about John's character.

3) "I stepped...teeth!" Ch. 4 p. 25
Physical description of Mr. Brocklehurst.

What so these observations reveal about the narrators's personality, ideas or preferences?

Jane has been told so much that she is ugly, that she has been begun to forcus on outward appearances of the people she encounters, making their physical descriptions the first thing the reader knows about a character.

Sunday, January 18, 2004

I don't have much to say lately.
I should be working on my cloning paper. But I'm not. Maybe I should clone myself.

I took a test in german on friday. I had to write an essay tracing a person's path through the german school system. At the end I said he was happy with his job because he can eat babies. He is an electrical engineer. He cooks them first.

Mr. Rochester has got something in his attic.

Monday, January 05, 2004

Bibliophile has been updated
read about my readings
I hate this....coming back after winter break and realizing I still have one semester of high school left...yet also realizing that I have only a semester left.

I am a good person because I did 23 hours of community service this semester. Yes I am.