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Last night [Aug. 5th, 2008|07:14 pm]
Matt
Last night, Marcea and I did something very stupid. I won't go into the details, but let's just say it involved the internet, swimming pools, foreigners, Chechens, threesomes, hetero- and homosexual intercourse(s), poorly spoken English, furry hats, diminutives, a hotel, asinine questions, the Japanese (collectively), xenophobia, a a dance club, a pizza parlor, a hold-up style robbery, a sexually-suggestive dance party with the robber, made up languages, Skype, one Canadian, one accusation of blatant homosexuality against the entire state of Ohio, Dick van Dyke, irrigation, agriculture, animal husbandry, beards, folk songs from homeland in mountains, some Japanese food, a lot of chairs, red bricks, a bunch of immature emo kids, a vampire club, encounters with thousands of strangers, and your mother.

Can you guess?
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(no subject) [Mar. 27th, 2007|06:00 pm]
Matt
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIwiPsgRrOs


View this. It is fricken amazing.

(However, if you're really into the Scientfic Creationism or Creation Science, you might be a little offended)
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(no subject) [Mar. 21st, 2007|07:13 pm]
Matt
What a wonderful bird is the pellican
It's beak can hold more than it's bellycan.

What a wonderful bird is the ostrich
It really is kind of a bitch
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My friends father...he works at a business...where they freeze things...cryogenically... [Feb. 14th, 2007|09:19 pm]
Matt
Happy VD everyone. Don't get one.
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Romania [Jan. 27th, 2007|08:59 pm]
Matt
[mood |Nigdy ma plec z koniem]
[music |Taraf de Haidouks and Bandana Dan]

"Life is a waterfall
Where the stream is frigid cold"
At least that's what the Gypsies sing
Whilst they travel down the road
Time is their travels
And it forever marches on
The endless cycle of day and night
It's stopped for no one

The line of Gypsies
It slithers trough the town
Serpentlike, the caravan kicks up dust
And the city is filled with the fiddler's squealing sound
Wish I was in the caravan
Somewhere in the line
Wish I was was in the lautari band
Marching behind
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(no subject) [Nov. 5th, 2006|09:06 pm]
Matt
[mood |Guantanamera...Guantanamera...]
[music |O Kazakhstan]

Saw Borat the other day. It was an amazing movie. I haven't laughed so hard in a long time. I could go back and see it again today.

Tommorrow is Writer's Block. Looking forward to that.

So glad its a four day week. Very very glad.

Ever felt like you're totally unprepared for the future? While going over some stuff I'd written for my outside reading project in English AP, I started to wonder how I was ever going to survive in an out of state college. Later on, my Dad said that, now that I'm done with this project, I should "start reading some good books." Since my goal is to go to a good college out of state, I'll need to be "as well read" as everyone else who I'll meet there.

The funny thing: As I go to more and more confrences when colleges visit the school or have a presentation somewhere in this city, I feel more and more like I'm not what their looking for.

So, to anyone out there who is currently applying to college (or anyone who cares to give his or her 2 cents), do you think this is a common feeling or a bad sign that I'm aiming too high?
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This just in, folks... [Nov. 1st, 2006|10:41 pm]
Matt
[mood |Punch horse]
[music |Dresden Dolls-Yes,Virginia]

In the olden days, people punched livestock for fun.

Gypsy 1: I like-a punch horse muy muy muy muy *undiscipherable Roumanian!

Gyspy 2: Yeah, lets get hyphy...or crunk...whichever comes first.

Gypsy 1: Hyphy? Is that related to hyphen? Hyphen as in "-"?

Gyspy 2: No bitch, hyphy isn't related to none of your pansy-ass hyphens. Hyphy is EXTREME! Now I need some crack! Cause it's EXTREME!!!!!!

Yeah, so I learned "hyphy" Writer's Block, the writing club I'm president of (I hope I'm doing a better job than President Bush!).

Speaking of Writer's Block, is this poem I wrote too gloomy to read in a school writing club? It's loosely based off Thomas Gray's "Elegy From a Country Churchyard"

Elegy From a Public Restroom (With a Nod to Thomas Gray)Collapse )
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Decided to post [Oct. 20th, 2006|03:25 pm]
Matt
Well, I decided to post, since I haven't posted in forever. What's up everyone? Anything cool going on?

Anyone like gumbo. I could really go for some gumbo right about now. Mmmmm....gumbo. I actually have canned gumbo in the pantry. But I can't bring myself to eat.

Strange.

I'm really sick of Arizona right about now. I think I'd like to travel to the forests of Poland or Alabama. That would be a nice change from the desert. It's getting to be winter and still it's fscking hot in the afternoons. I hate it. I ant to be able to wear a flannel shirt all day without getting all sweaty.

My sister is trying to figure out how to play "Sounds of Silence" on the piano in the other room. She's got thhe melody correct, but it's just not fluid enough yet, you know what I mean? She's bouncing around on those keys too much. I think she needs to eliminate one of the notes in the melody. I think the human voice, which singing the song, crosses it, but doesn't land on it.

I think I'd like to play guitar right about now. Goodbye.
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Bye [Jul. 4th, 2006|10:19 pm]
Matt
[mood |anxiousanxious]

I'm going to be in Gulfport, Mississippi for the next month. I'll be volunteering there. Post-Katrina relief and stuff related to it.

Have a great next month everyone.
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And... [Jun. 9th, 2006|11:01 pm]
Matt
If I were in a Grunge or Punk band...we would be called the "The Blue Herpes"
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