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You will live in an Apartment.
You will drive a Polka Dot Garbage Truck.
You will marry Darrin and have infinity kids.
You will be a Exterminator in Canada.

Danny... He's a Phantom. A hot one. ;P

ok... i haven't written about this and i want something to write about, so in an act of desperation, here it is:

The junior class held a sort of protest at one of the pep-rallies. They were upset because they didn't win the preceding pep rally and the consequential jean day, and they though they should have. So they sat down throught the entire pep rally, holding editions of the Rampage in front of their faces. They didn't participate in anything during the pep rally. They booed everyone involved instead and only cheered when the cheerleaders played the wrong song for their dance. For a finale, they threw the copies of the Rampage into the seniors section and at the cheerleaders.

I wrote about this in the paper, in an editorial. It included the events that I just stated and I said that I felt this was an ungrounded protest. The judging of who wins these pep rallies isn't always correct, but it's fair. It's set-up. Duh. It's that way so that everyone gets a jean day.

And I asked in it what the juniors were trying to achieve in this? Were they trying to get their jean day back? If so, that certainly wasn't the way to go about it. Throughout history the organizers of protests and strikes were made out to be heroes who were trying to achieve an honorable goal. But what was ours? The idea was half-baked.

I pointed out how I was surprised that everyone went along with it. I felt like I was the only one amidst the crowd of juniors without a paper in front of her face, laughing at the challenge we made to the onlookers.

I also said how disrespectful this was. It was disrespectful to the cheerleaders, the Highsteppers (not that getting booed at was a new thing for them, necessarily), and everyone involved in making the pep rallies possible. The Rampage was also disrespected as the object of our hard work became the junior class's tool of rebellion and projectile trash.

Most people I talked to agreed with me. Some even wondered, after reading my article, why they had gone along with it in the first place.

But then there were some that decided my article was personally offensive. These were the organizers of the protest, obviously. They argue that I didn't show their side of the story. First of all, the first paragraph of this post, IS the story. And that was all in the article. I showed it! Secondly, it's an EDITORIAL. Definition: MY OPINION!! My opinion is different from theirs and although this may be a difficult concept for some small-minded people, OTHERS WILL NOT ALWAYS AGREE WITH THEM. Welcome to the real world.

They also complained about various other things taken out of context. They went as far as to talk to the school counselor and the our Newspaper teacher. They actually wanted to get me forced to retract it. Hah.

Hopefully we'll have a response from these whiney juniors in the next issue.. I'd like to see what they can really say in their defense.. You know, without sounding stupid.

This could be a running theme!

As much as i gripe about it, this whole situation is SO gratifying! The fact that I can make people feel so strongly about something, even if it's in a negative way, is absolutely redeeming.

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1. Grab the book nearest to you, turn to page 18, find line 4. Write down what it says: He added, perfectly factually, "The world's about to end."
2. Stretch your left arm out as far as you can. What do you touch first?: a TV
3. What is the last thing you watched on TV?: The Black Knight. Awful movie.. but i just can't find the remote.
4. Without looking at the clock, what time do you think it is?: 8:06
5. Now look at the clock, what is the actual time?: 8:06 haha
6. With the exception of the computer, what can you hear?: Television
7. When did you last step outside? What were you doing?: You sound like my mother.
8. Before you came to this website, what did you look at?: My boobies. They're getting bigger.
9. What are you wearing?: A spirit shirt and some pajama pants.. I know, real sexy.
10. Did you dream last night?: Not about you.
11. When did you last laugh?: Um... when Darrin said he'd make out with another guy for $25.. right on!
12. what is on the walls of the room you are in? My mom's stupid mardi gras posters she had framed. she's such an oddball.
13. Seen anything weird lately?: The movie of "Hairspray".. it deffinately qualified as weird.. and disappointing.
14. What is the word most often used in your vocabulary?: secretion
15. What is the last film you saw?: Besides Hairspray, Garden State.
16. If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy first?: A yellow beetle.. and some panties.
17. Tell me some things about you that I don't know: I'm a man.. you might not have known that.
18. If you could change one thing about the world, regardless of guilt or politics, what would you do?: Hm.. well i suppose i would um.. you know, i'll get back to you on that.
19. Do you like to dance?: Well.. I got tha junk in the trunk..
20. George Bush: I'd hit.
Imagine your first child is a girl, what do you call her?: Um.. i like the name Novali.
22. Imagine your first child is a boy, what do you call him?: Reeve
23. Would you ever consider living abroad?: Um suppose. But i actually rather like america. We drive on the RIGHT side of the street.


I met Tim!!

It was soo snowing.. well, okay, it was a little bit of sleet, but yay! snow!

I took a little quiz and i thought the results were neat:
These are my values in order of importance: pride, love, career, family, money.
The word "bite" describes my personality.
The word "meow" describes my parter (ohh purr!).
The word "ick" describes how i feel about my enemies.
The word "cigarettes" describes how i feel about sex. hmm.. addicting? no.
The word "foam" signifies how i feel about life.
Darrin is someone i will never forget.
My mama is a true friend. (i dunno about that one)
Ann-Kat is someone i truly love.
Kaitlyn is my "twin soul."
and Lindsay is someone i will always remember.