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I am totally a 12-year-old, endlessly fascinated with things like mutant teeth and getting stitches. So this is totally cut for the easily squicked, and to spare erjika's sensibilities :D )

I just think it's so cool. And I get the BEST stories from customers about their sliced finger adventures. The gal at the bank told me a story when I was making a deposit. XD

Thing 2: http://www.strindbergandhelium.com.
My freshman year of college, my awesome roommate and I randomly surfed to the Sundance film festival page, and watched a bunch of animated shorts. This set of entries changed our lives. In the sense that I have spread it like a virus among my school friends and it continues to inform our conversations to this day. :D And after 8 years, there will be more!

...I pride myself on my Helium voice. :DDDDDD

Thing 3: @[livejournal.com profile] erjika: BALLS. :3

Thing 4: Going to the Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley tomorrow! Deaf event for ASL class, and first time going to that museum. Awesomeness.

Thing 5: Hope all you lovelies are doing well. ♥
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I'm posting this from my mom's computer, because last night my brother turned it on, and it went from Compaq to a black screen, whirr-clicked for a bit, and then this message: Operating system not found. /o\

It also puts up a message about Incorrect Drive A, enter setup, but I think that's some kind of SOS because it doesn't have another way to express itself, since I haven't changed the floppy drive in any way. Won't boot from the CD, so I'm searching for another way. I bought this steady computer back in 2003, and it's worked, slow and steady til now. At least all the data's on a secondary harddrive, so I just have to get access to it.

In other news, got to meet up with [livejournal.com profile] erjika and most of the Lunch Bunch for the first time in...seven months? And erjika's setting off for Hawaii for work (omg envious) tomorrow, and T's back to the Caribbean for med school next week. I missed them, all of us together is a whole nother plane of weirdness. I always swear I'm going to bring a voice recorder to our gatherings because there are always hilarious quotes. This time mostly about balls, like the AC/DC song. :D Mmmm, tasty food. :D :D :D

Anyway yeah, I'm going to be flying to Saint Paul, Minnesota tomorrow morning for [livejournal.com profile] amoraj's wedding, will be there until September 1, so if anyone's in the area and wants to hang? Or if anyone has drabble prompts for me to write on the plane? ^__^

Much love to all <3
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It just looks like I am. :P Sorry, work has been sucking my energy lately so I have just enough to read entries. I will get to all those comments piling up in my inbox, I'm still thinking of good replies! ^^;;;

Tonight, [livejournal.com profile] calculusdude16 had a choir concert. Carmina Burana, delicious. C and I were both in choir together frosh year of college when we did Carmina Burana, and let me tell you, it's a different beast being part of the singing and getting to listen to it from the outside. ^___^ So awesome.

[livejournal.com profile] erjika, [livejournal.com profile] jimmysassypants and I drove down to watch it. Armed with knitting and too many snacks from my grandmother, heheh. My college choir played it really straight, this version was awesome and I hope they tape it and I can get my sticky little hands on it. Because they had supertitles (was dorkily squeeing about it) and the tenor they had singing the Roasted Swan song while they're all in taberna? *dies* The guy was dressed like a roasted swan. And acted it all out. The bass dragged him off the floor before sining his part, and the tenor was still twitching. XDDDD

Also, the supertitles reminded me of how....earthy this piece is. XDDD Springtime of youth! A boy and a girl in a room together! Giving up all the riches of the world to have the Queen of England in one's arms! Drinks for all!

I still get the "oh, oh oh, totus floreo! Iamamori virginali etc etc~ Novus novus novus amor est quo perdio! quo perdio! quo perdio!" part stuck in my head. And the final O Fortuna sent shivers down my spine. Mmmmm, I love this piece.
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*shakes head* I'm so, so easy. Also I never outgrew the mentality of a ten-year old boy, in that I still find mutant body parts, bugs and assorted other little-boy things very very shiny. XD

So I'm cutting, because below are fun photographs chronicling the results of my trip to the dentist, and also a progress report on the thumb I smashed back in January, just for the heck of it. :D :D :D If you get squicked out by such things, don't click. I warned you! :P )

ETA: So you know how I work in a camera/photofinishing store? So for three solid months (basically until the nail actually fell off) every time I worked at the counter somebody would notice and ask and then I'd get all kinds of awesome smashed nail stories. I would gleefully tell my 'story' to very nice people who'd either shiver and wince in sympathy or gleefully tell their own or their friends'/relatives' stories, haha. What's yours? :D

ETA 2: [livejournal.com profile] artemidora is awesome and linked me to a knitted fungus-infested nail, because she knows what I like. XDDDDD


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