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Brandishing a carbon rod. - Portrait of a Young Man as The Artist — LiveJournal
Brandishing a carbon rod.
Things I now know (in no particular order):

Sapporo, the Japanese beer, is fucking terrible. It's tastes like fish. Seriously. I think they flavor it with salmon roe.

My Madison friends from beloit are very intelligent. So much so it reminds me that am, in fact, not very intelligent - at least not that much any more.

I want to have a place on the web that is mine. It wants to have a logo, something that everyone recognizes as mine.

My writing comes and goes much like tides, but my creativity is rarely gone - just different.

My Mother will forgive all my indescretions. And help me get a better camera.

My stomach, no matter what I tell it, will only accept sushi when it wants.

My body wants/likes equilibrium. I am very good at mantaining weight, but losing it is difficult and slow.

People I admire, want to know, want to like me, etc. force me to become a different person. usually, this gets me to better myself.

I can still play the trumpet - but I keep trying late at night when people are sleeping.

I try too hard to impress people I barely know.

I don't try hard enough to impress myself.

I am very good sticking to a schedule for a few weeks. Then it needs to change or I get bored.

I write or want to write constantly now - thus proving I am a writer at heart.

I will read if I have a stack of books nearby and cshedule time to read.

Photography is very fun but I am still learning.

I learned this, in retrospect, from earthdotprime:
Everything has photographic (I read this as "artistic") potential.

Current Mood: pleased pleased

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earthdotprime From: earthdotprime Date: October 19th, 2004 10:49 pm (UTC) (Link)
wait. you mean people actually LISTEN to me when i lapse into photobabble?


i'm doubly impressed by that being a photo of a book i thought no one else had ever heard of, that's been on my reading list for, like, 2 years.
lady_fox From: lady_fox Date: October 20th, 2004 04:21 am (UTC) (Link)
It was actually a book that Diana and I read for our special project. It's fun.
lady_fox From: lady_fox Date: October 20th, 2004 05:20 pm (UTC) (Link)
correction... I was thinking of a rave culture book. This one was good, though.
abmann From: abmann Date: October 20th, 2004 06:15 am (UTC) (Link)
It's also a link. Did you click it? That's my current reading stack.
ayrynkat From: ayrynkat Date: October 20th, 2004 08:07 am (UTC) (Link)
Nothing like a little light reading, eh?
abmann From: abmann Date: October 20th, 2004 08:16 am (UTC) (Link)
Only way I'll get to it is by putting it in plain view. Twas doig no good on a shelf.

Too much TV. Must schedule reading time so I actually do it.
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