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fucking brilliant [Feb. 13th, 2008|12:30 pm]
My workplace is fucking brilliant. Not only did they jack up the price of Coke in our vending machines to $1.40, so they wouldn't compete with the price of soda from the cafeteria, they installed credit card machines to eliminate that whole "who has 40 cents in change?" dilemma. Except apparently, now the damn machines don't even take coins!!! What the fuck kind of idiotic techno-worship is this?

I left my fucking purse at home. All I have is $4 left over from lunch yesterday and a whole mess of spare change. And what's truly galling is that I bought a lunch special in the cafeteria that had a sandwich, chips and 20 oz drink for $5.50. But every time I think I'm getting a special like that, the cashier charges me extra for my drink. So I didn't get one today, because I had $4, and some change.

Wouldn't you know it, today is the day that I get the only cashier that actually knows what the fuck he's doing. He only charged me $4.63. So I took that extra trip to the soda manchine. One was out of order. The other ate 75 cents of mine, and wouldn't give it back, but also didn't register it as coming through. So now I have no soda and my sandwich is cold.

Fuck Fuck Fuck FUCKKKKK
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Well, everyone else was doing the other meme, so I did this one [Dec. 4th, 2007|05:12 pm]
In 2008, jae_kae resolves to...
Overcome my secret fear of books.
Take evening classes in music.
Connect with my inner theatre.
Go knitting three times a week.
Cut down to ten unitarian universalists a day.
Give some rcc94s to charity.
Get your own New Year's Resolutions:
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I need a self-destructive coping method [Nov. 13th, 2007|11:22 am]
Please vote:

Plotting elaborate suicide
Street racing

Write in votes are acceptable.
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Memes, memes, the musical fruit [Jul. 19th, 2007|04:06 pm]

Your Score: Sad Cookie Cat

70% Affectionate, 40% Excitable, 82% Hungry

You are the classic Shakespearian tragedy of the lolcat universe. The sad story of a baking a cookie, succumbing to gluttony, and in turn consuming the very cookie that was to be offered. Bad grammar ensues.

To see all possible results, checka dis.

Link: The Which Lolcat Are You? Test written by GumOtaku on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
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So what if it's another meme? [Apr. 28th, 2007|07:29 pm]
A friend once gave me the first book of the series when I was feeling terrible and told me it would help to take my mind off of everything. I loved the whole trilogy and this is the first I've seen of any of the previews. Ooh, I can't wait.

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Feist - 1 2 3 4 [Apr. 13th, 2007|08:53 pm]

I love Feist. I wish she were like my best friend from high school.
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A meme to invite my friends to be creative.... [Mar. 14th, 2007|12:17 am]
If you read this, if your eyes are passing over this right now (even if we don't speak often), please post a comment with a COMPLETELY MADE UP AND FICTIONAL memory of you and me. It can be anything you want - good or bad - BUT IT HAS TO BE FAKE.

When you're finished, post this little paragraph on your blog and be surprised (or mortified) about what people DON'T ACTUALLY remember about you.
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Heroes Meme [Feb. 21st, 2007|04:48 pm]

, you're now logged in!

Below you'll find your test result. After, continue on to your homescreen to discover what we're about.

Mohinder Suresh
You scored 45 Idealism, 45 Nonconformity, 45 Nerdiness

My father spent his life chasing after this insanity. Now I'm wasting mine trying to prove he was sane.
Congratulations, you're Mohinder Suresh! You're a curious, passionate, and intelligent person. You're prone to changing your mind about the important things in life, though. You're interested in doing what you can to help people who are gifted with special abilities. Your best quality: You're a maverick intellectual Your worst quality: Your opinions can change rather quickly and suddenly

My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 99% on Idealism

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You scored higher than 99% on Nonconformity

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You scored higher than 99% on Nerdiness
Link: The Heroes Personality Test written by freedomdegrees on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
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currently agitated [Jan. 18th, 2007|11:52 pm]
I am a girl with several wild hairs up my ass right now. For some reason (read: bored at work, and looking for distractions from the crushing piles of paperwork), I have been looking at houses, and thinking about whether I can afford to buy a house. And then I turn around and start looking at a graduate program sponsored by Rand which would involve me moving to Santa Monica and getting a PhD in Policy Analysis. WHAT?!?!? And I'm not going to be doing either of those things. The Rand gig requires that entering students be well-versed in univariate calculus. Now since I can't even really tell you what univariate calculus is (other than, oh, say, calculus that deals with only one variable?), chances are good that I will not meet the requirements for this program. As for the house, well, I make pretty good money now...if I were living in Ohio. In Ohio, I could afford a nice house. A REALLY nice house. In Jersey, I can maybe afford a house with asbestos siding, a leaky basement, and a septic system that nobody is quite sure what KIND it is. I'm not kidding people. The asking price on this house is over $200K. And did I mention that I'm pretty sure it's only about a mile away from a prison? One that prisoners routinely escape from? Two hundred and nineteen thousand dollars!!!! And I'm thinking about it! I'm daydreaming too much lately.
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Creepy [Jan. 3rd, 2007|03:04 pm]
I asked my next door neighbor to feed my cat while I was at home for two weeks. She does this for me quite often, mostly because she offered to do it once, and now she gets outright offended if I ask anyone else to do it. Seriously, she told me off once when I asked my other neighbor to do it. I don't like it when this neighbor watches my cat because she gives her fresh catnip, which Halcyon then licks off of the carpet and she ends up with terrible hairballs and yaks all over the place for a few weeks. And does the neighbor clean up the cat-yak? No. So I spend my first night at home seeking out and cleaning up all the hiding spots that Halcyon pukes in.

But that's not the real reason I don't like having this neighbor watch my cat. It's really because I worry about what she does in my apartment when I'm gone. Once, when I came back, I found that my bed had been made, and there was a toothbrush that did not belong to me in my bathroom, and a coffee mug that did not belong to me in my kitchen. The last time I was gone, I found that she had put a lazy susan underneath my TV in the living room. This time, I came home and found one of her highball glasses in the sink, and a portable alarm clock on the endtable by my sofa. SHE LIVES LESS THAN 50 FEET FROM MY DOOR! Why is she sleeping in my apartment???

As far as I can see, there are two possible explanations. One is that she is a miser, and wants to sponge off of my electric bill instead of using her own while I am away. This would explain the fact that every year, my electric bill is higher in December than it is in January or February, despite the fact that I am gone for two weeks of the month. However, I should note that she likes to watch TV, and she has cable in her apartment, but I do not.

The second explanation is that she is somehow creepily trying to live my life while I am away. She's in her 50's, she drinks herself into oblivion most nights, and she is REALLY fond of telling me how much we're alike. As you might imagine, this makes me cringe every time she says it.

I'm just creeped out now. The toothbrush and coffee mug that one time were suspicious, and the fact that she made my bed was REALLY suspicious, but finding an alarm clock in my apartment is definite proof that she was spending the night there, and that's just fucking bizarre.
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