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Saturday, September 21st, 2002
10:57a - A Stone

What Stone Are You?

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11:12a - Quiz, Attempt 2
I've decided to take the quiz again, namely because night before last I wasn't in much shape to write.

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11:30a - ELIZA
In case anyone was wondering what I meant by ELIZA, below is a brief explanation:


And here is an on-line version of ELIZA.

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3:31p - ::looks down in shame::
i am not indie at all!

How indie are you?
test by ridethefader

Who are you trying to fool? Just because you own a couple of Weezer albums
doesn't mean that you're uberindie. Indie people don't hear about cutting edge
new bands from MTV. At least the ignorant don't know what they're missing...

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3:32p - My Personality
From Humanmetrics:

Your Type is ISTP
Introverted Sensing Thinking Perceiving
78 17 33 11 Strength of the
preferences %

You are:
very expressed introvert

slightly expressed sensing personality

moderately expressed thinking personality

slightly expressed perceiving personality

Go to here and here for explanations of said type.

Myself, I think this test is rather off, but what the hell?

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4:08p - Last Night
I'd like to thank Erin for her kind invitation for me to spend Friday evening with her and her friends. It took a while to meet up with Rosamund, Katie, and Jenn--communications lines got switched and whereas Erin and I met in the Charlottetown Mall, they met in the English lounge on campus. Still, we met up, and it was fun: A snack at A&W's (expensive but excellent root beer and onion rings), shopping (I got some leather shoes 60% off at Aldos along with dress pants and two shirts at Jack Fraser's, my school clothes shopping caught up), and then to the movies, to watch My Big Fat Greek Wedding

It was an excellent movie. From the sociological perspective, it was an entertaining explorative of a closed immigrant culture and what happens when it begins to open up. From the dramatic perspective, it describes Toula's defiantly upward arc from sullen loneliness as a waitress in the family restaurant (Dancing Zorba's) to being a fulfilled married woman. And it's just plain funny, too--spot on.

True, My Big Fat Greek Wedding's ending's happy--I expected a sudden shock, something to foil the gradual integration of Ian Miller into the Portokalos family and his marriage with Toula. But then, was there any dramatic need for the story to end other than happily? When done rightly, happiness can be much more credible than contrived tragedy ever has been, and it was done rightly.

So. I feel human again, and that's quite a nice thing to feel. Now, if only I hadn't this horrible cold.

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11:04p - Dance
I'm not going to the GLBT dance tonight, not because my parents would freak out, but rather, because

  • I'm too busy with school stuff to spend another evening off.

  • I've got a horrible cold, and my nose hurts, and my head hurts, and I'm cold even though it's warm outside tonight, and I'd probably keel over an die as soon as I entered the CP Delta.

  • </li>

current mood: hurting

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