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from wordwhore :
flip a coin - heads you stay; tails you go. your reaction to the result of the coin toss, not the result itself, could help you decide what you truly want to do.
from boombasticat :
The Bill Clinton entry is great.
from wordwhore :
sorry about your teacher. sounds like he was an incredible person as well as educator.
from jimbostaxi :
Congrats on both :0) I'm glad they were unrelated events because the cable guy is coming over to look at the box in the bedroom and I don't want him getting ideas :9)
from dangerspouse :
So you got cabled twice. Way to go!
from dangerspouse :
I'm sure the owls don't think you're an asshole.
from thebeesknees :
condolences on the gall stones, as i have been there and "i am having a heart attack but on the wrong side" is no way to live. i ended up having surgery, and it was not the best day of my life, but could have been worse and the relief from it was amazing. fingers crossed your stones pass and eff themselves.
from boombasticat :
Do it! What's the idea?
from wordwhore :
because you're worth it.
from thebeesknees :
Not sure if this has become untimely, but a year or two ago we put this together for a friend's friend coming in from out of town.. http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?hl=en&vpsrc=1&ctz=-60&vps=2&jsv=373i&ie=UTF8&oe=UTF8&msa=0&msid=210861168870661683161.0004af57e23f05d37556b
from boombasticat :
Fells: They're investing tons of money there. They tore down all those buildings but saved the facades (for historical value, etc.) and are in the process of gentrifying the balls out of it. I hear there will be a Trader Joe's, if that gives you any indication. But the part down by the water I think will stay slightly seedy and boozy and good.
from wordwhore :
that's so incredibly true about the making yourself go to sleep. except for me, it's not turning off the tv so much as it is stopping myself from watching "just one more" episode of whatever show i'm burning through at half a dozen eps a night.
from thebeesknees :
Ugh, I'm really sorry to hear about all of that, but I do think you're better off. He's probably just trying to jump ultra quickly into something else and get someone committed on a huge level before she figures out all of his problems, and asks him to deal with it like you did(rightfully so).
from thebeesknees :
Disagree. Everyone I know who is over 35 and single generally just has a lot going for them, has things of their own that they value and are not willing to drop for others, and has self-respect.
from thebeesknees :
congrats on the race. i don't even have the commitment to start running, let alone enter a race, actually show up for the race, run any part of the race, and/or finish the race. you're the best.
from stepfordtart :
badminton = gay tennis. s x
from boyecho :
yes, florida is a destroyer of lives. dream job or not.
from thebeesknees :
That's awesome. Kudos to you for sticking with the running. I always start running, but can't really sustain it. And then the yoga! I was in a bikram class the one time I tried it where peoples' sweat was rolling down the incline of the floor. So narsty. Thankfully I was upstream.
from wordwhore :
i believe men are born with some sort of lame excuses gene, which gives them access to a million + 1 ridiculous ideas for excuses & lies, yet renders them incapable of realizing just how full of shit said lies/excuses sound.
from boombasticat :
I feel you. I have this experience when I wear headphones, walking in the city. You turn it up loud enough, you get in a good enough stride, the air is crisp enough, you can get the feeling that all eyes are on you. It's an epic feeling, for me. Lends some importance to your walk, your drive. Thanks for writing about it. Simple but powerful.
from thebeesknees :
I'm so sorry for this obviously enormous loss. This was a wonderful tribute to your best girl, though. xo.
from thebeesknees :
Ugh. Hope she's okay, and was just having an old kitty cat spell!
from elizamark :
Hello dear, I am Miss. Elizabeth Mark the manager of bill and exchange at the foreign remittance department SG-SSB bank limited, The board of directors mandated me to look for any known relation of late Mr. Morris Thompson who deposited a huge amount of money in our bank without claim, so l decided to contact you in confidence I pray with trust due to the way you receiving this sincere mail from me with surprise ,so you can apply for the claim of this funds with my full corporation so I can join you later in your country for better investment for more details and confidentiality contact in my private email addresses l4lisa26@yahoo.com or elizabethmark28@gmail.com God will surly bless you, Yours truly, Miss. Elizabeth Mark
from boombasticat :
Me, too. I like the figuring-it-out part. No one rushes you, has other opinions about what needs to happen. It's satisfying. Happy travels.
from thebeesknees :
oh, noes! feel better soon. xo.
from theways :
this is grand! you must be so thrilled.
from boombasticat :
I, too, am recently impressed with birds. But just the big ones. I keep seeing a hawk near where I work. Not flying, but perched on this one tree, near a road. It almost takes my breath away, every time.
from thebeesknees :
Ugh, some dudes are so creepy. Glad you were able to wrangle your way out of a visit to your place, all things considered.
from harri3tspy :
That clown video! I still have nightmares. And it freaked my 8-year-old son the hell out. But we sat in the white room for a while and no one would come in. It was my favorite place. I liked some of the Gerhardt Richter paintings. the Pollacks and Paschkes have been there a long time. I spent more time with things I hadn't seen before -- we got there a lot. But the building is, indeed, the best part. I hope the collection grows to fit it.
from thebeesknees :
TOTALLY AGREE on the Modern Wing. It's like all of the energy went into the building, which is beautiful, and very little went into curating a nice collection. I'm hoping it will shape up over time. Also, that clown video is horrifying, and I think it was previously at the MCA. So now I've had to see it TWICE.
from thebeesknees :
Congratulations on the new gig! You really deserved some good news, and I hope you'll be much happier at the new place. Yay for you.
from harri3tspy :
Congratulations! That's awesome about the juried show.
from thebeesknees :
So sorry to hear about your friend. Totally unfair.
from harri3tspy :
I'm so sorry for your loss. That was a wonderful tribute to him.
from harri3tspy :
I'm not offended. While I cannot support the Cubs in any way shape or form, I am no big fan of The Cell. Wrigley Field is a very cool ballpark. Almost as good as Fenway, my favorite park of all time. And you knew I used to work with Mo Rocca, didn't you?
from thebeesknees :
I think my favorite Mo Rocca thing of all time was back on The Daily Show when he took the old lady and they re-enacted all of the activities from "Harold and Maude" and she hated it and kept complaining about being back in time for dinner at her retirement home.
from harri3tspy :
I used to live right near there and walked by that house nearly every day. I love it too.
from thebeesknees :
I love that house too. Walk the dog by there just about every day, and always see some new detail I'd not noticed before.
from thebeesknees :
That looks amazing. It would surely make any serious vegetarian blush.
from wordwhore :
"thank god i was short enough that i didn't have to duck under the clit" is quite possibly my favorite quote of all time
from thebeesknees :
I need to make a similar list and have what I believe the kids regard as "goals" in the next year. I admire you for taking the time to sit down and think about what you want, and making an effort to get it. Good for you, young lady.
from creeksta :
Your wishes for 2009 are beautiful! I hope your new year brings everything you are hoping for and maybe a few happy unsuspected surprises. <3 creeksta
from thebeesknees :
Another evil suggestion would be the child's accordion they seem to have at every toy shop. It has no off button! The only way to make it stop is to pry it away from your child's hands! I seriously almost got this for my nephew, but couldn't do something that mean to my brother.
from harri3tspy :
That marching band set is so totally awesome. I am tempted to get one for Mr. Spy who has a secret desire to join a drum line.
from thebeesknees :
Completely excessive.
from thebeesknees :
Baby animals are definitely better than baby humans. Hope you have a fun, or at least passable, trip home.
from thebeesknees :
I wasn't aware there was a proper use for "glory hole" outside the context of sexually gratifying bathroom anonymity. Look what I've learned from you, Beth.
from kathrineb :
Hi Beth, I'm new to this site so just wanted to make some contacts. I also love rock and roll, i visited Australia in 1996 and i was in my element that they had Rock n Roll clubs, i learnt the dance and had always wanted to, however i'm not all that fit and my legs can't keep up with the pace, so i need to accept this and enjoy watching and listening instead, it would be nice to hear from you! take it easy kath
from thebeesknees :
I'm not even really a cat person and I think he's adorable. You should totally keep him!
from thebeesknees :
You can work on finishing them at the show. People find it charming to see you in action, and I think it quells any a-hole thoughts of "She's charging how much for that?" in people who have no idea how much work goes into each of your little friends.
from harri3tspy :
That hotel does, indeed, suck. My parents stayed there once and it was awful. The Newberry is fabulous. I do a lot of research there. I didn't realize The Time Traveler's Wife takes place there. I'm going to have to read it now. Does it make use of the fact that the stacks are set up so that if the fire alarm goes off, there is a certain amount of time and then the doors lock and all the air is pumped out? Because I always thought that would make it a great site for a murder mystery.
from harri3tspy :
It sounds like a terrific day. I used to live in the Loop and it always freaked me out when the planes would buzz our building. I'd never quite remember it was coming. They'd usually start about a week before the actual Air Show. After 9/11, when we decided to move to the suburbs I was determined to leave before Air Show. I knew I'd be a wreck.
from boombasticat :
Want to know who else loves The Station Agent? Answer: this guy right here. And I forgot that Patricia Clarkson's in that, too.
from wordwhore :
yeah it seems to be a long-standing trend that male comics get posed like clowns and female most anything gets posed like a high-priced hooker.  frankly, i'd rather have the banana peel.<br>
from thebeesknees :
you should totally slip him a note! seriously, you should.
from thebeesknees :
other places in the same general neighborhood that you might want to check out for either purchasing cute things or selling your cute things would be: paper doll, penelope's (both on division), komoda (on chicago), rr#1 (on ashland a few doors north of chicago). i will keep thinking!
from thebeesknees :
you should stop by the renegrade craft store and bring pics of your stuff. maybe they'll want to take some of it? it's no division, not too far from rotofugi.
from thebeesknees :
maybe she's just really dander-y right now? this time of year has been a nightmare with weezy too, and i have no dog allergy.
from boombasticat :
I had No Opinion on Ryan Gosling. Then I watched Half Nelson. Now I think he's Pretty Great.
from wordwhore :
i dunno, i bet the ppl on the boat found the potty-dumping-off-a-bridge incident pretty damned offensive...
from harri3tspy :
1. I believe the plural of appendix is appendices. 2. Thank you so much for mentioning Vampire Weekend to me. I've been listening to them a lot.
from thebeesknees :
the long blondes were better than last time i saw them, although i fear their singer has started hitting the dope. much worry ensued.
from thebeesknees :
happy birthday!
from thebeesknees :
Why expand your vocabulary when you already know the golden word? Douchebag is like the best word EVER.
from wordwhore :
you know, this habit you have of cracking me up every time you update...it's getting to be a problem...i really can't keep snorting to myself coz it echoes off the tile and i sound like a tolkien beast. but you could try saying "that man is such a water-based vaginal cleanser"
from boombasticat :
You must mean DeVotchKa. The capitalization thing is kind of silly. I hear their song "Transliterator" on the radio in the mornings and think it's pretty great.
from wordwhore :
i don't really know what it means, but "i'll happily doodle on the faces of someone else's crotchfruit" is my new favorite sentence.
from harri3tspy :
You've been tagged!: href=http://spynotes.wordpress.com/2008/04/28/ming-the-merciless/
from thebeesknees :
You could solicit nerds here and elsewhere online to give you sweaters they're getting rid of?
from thebeesknees :
so relieved for you (and your brother)!
from boombasticat :
Didn't you mention the Night Marchers in your journal? I see they're soon playing at a Club Near Me. I don't know anything about them. I wonder if they're Awesome?
from thebeesknees :
caffe deluca! i know it well. there are many cute boys there.
from thebeesknees :
I'm totally obsessed with Jezebel too. It's ridiculous.
from smedindy :
Well, it ain't Shakespeare, that's for sure. But it's more intelligent than a lot of the dreck nowadays. Well, um, OK, that's not really a compliment either...
from smedindy :
Well, you do realize that Ms. Riperton died of cancer at age 31 in 1979. She co-wrote that song with her husband, so I think it's pretty heartfelt. Stevie Wonder produced that record back in 1974. (She was in Wonder's backup group for a while) It DOES show off her 5-octave range pretty well.
from boombasticat :
If you haven't already, you should check out the cover of the album from which that song comes.
from harri3tspy :
That's awesome! Every small boy within a 100 mile radius is going to want his picture taken next to it.
from bethb :
you can clean coroded battery connections with a small pour of coca-cola. that shit eats corrosion off metal faster than anything i've ever seen. although it sounds like your starter is about to go.
from diary--user :
I just clicked on a banner, and it led me to your diary, but there wasn't an image in the banner. It had a blue box with a question mark. I'm wondering if maybe you submitted a banner, and then deleted it from your images. Just thought you should know.
from harri3tspy :
Thanks for the band rec. I confess that I'd never heard of Vampire Weekend, but I really like their sound. I'll be downloading them in the near future.
from thebeesknees :
he also looks like bob balaban so i felt like i was in some christopher guest movie the whole time. hope you feel better!
from harri3tspy :
Have you seen Elizabeth Crane's new book yet? I keep meaning to pick it up, but I haven't gotten around to it.
from junitown :
awe-some dream! :)
from thebeesknees :
Did you notice that this episode is the only one where that little priss DIDN'T cry? Good riddance, Ricky!
from harri3tspy :
I stopped seeing movies in theaters regularly years ago after I went to see Schindler's List and kids were actually rollerblading up and down the aisles and no one was stopping them.
from thebeesknees :
You couldn't pay me enough to give someone else a pedicure, so I feel the same way about paying people to touch my feet at least. Yow.
from thebeesknees :
er, LOVEY
from thebeesknees :
Juno was actually pretty great. There is more conflict than lovely dovey plot.
from wordwhore :
thank you for sharing the cat pic from ichc - i shared your reaction.
from ninjac :
that was 5 years ago? too long my dear, too long... but that was damn fun.
from seereason :
I'm in the market for a new digital camera too. I have a Sony, but I hear Pentax is the way to go. (Unlikely suspect, I know.)
from thebeesknees :
Agreed. They make me feel stabby, and for some reason cannot be avoided!
from thebeesknees :
I totally feel you. While wearing a suit and heading to and from court I used to see kindred indie spirits and get the total invisibility reaction while wanting to be like "I AM ONE OF YOU! I AM NOT A SQUARE!" I think I have finally come to terms with the situation, but it was totally distressing.
from thebeesknees :
No puking, but maybe it is to be considered. Congrats on your new belt holeness. I need to work on that myself.
from boyecho :
so i've been a slacker and i see you've got a new job. you shall rock at it. also, black white and red is always lovely.
from thebeesknees :
Congrats on the new job! You'll do a great job, so don't worry.
from harri3tspy :
Yay! Congratulations to you!
from thebeesknees :
I think it totally makes me feel better about the state of indie kids, and slightly more ashamed about the Chicago connection.
from harri3tspy :
I've always wondered about the Ohio House. It's such an anomaly in its neighborhood that it always makes me want to go there.
from thebeesknees :
I will second Irazu, or suggest Handlebar, for food in the Wicker Park/Bucktown area. Maybe also check out Museum of Surgical Science if you're in the mood for something a bit strange. www.handlebarchicago.com, www.imss.org
from harri3tspy :
If you're in the Myopic/Quimby's general area, you should head up to Irazu (http://www.irazuchicago.com/) for the best burrito you've ever had. Get it with the mushrooms, if you're at all inclined to like mushrooms. They're amazing. Man, I'm hungry.
from janedoe0 :
I just randomly stumbled across your diary and when I read the first two lines I just know I had to pop in and leave a note. Bam Margera is extremely sexy. I just had to share that. :)
from smedindy :
When you get the new Shellac, let me know how it is!
from boyecho :
i'll make you a deal. you learn arpeggiator on bass. i'll learn it on guitar. i think that's why i've been so cranky lately. i haven't listened to fugazi in over half a year...
from smedindy :
Thanks for the add!
from thebeesknees :
I have one of these gnomes in one of my house plants--http://www.fredflare.com/customer/product.php?productid=1367&cat=351
from harri3tspy :
I did that once, except I also forgot my check. I sent it with a note and all was well.
from boyecho :
astro-NOT is cute. bloody cute.
from thebeesknees :
Matt and Erik
from harri3tspy :
I'm no kid's lit expert, but feel free to email me at harri3tspyATgmailDOTcom and I'll see what I can do.
from harri3tspy :
I love the Elizabeth Crane karma. I still haven't read When the Messenger is Hot, but I loved her second book, whose title I can never keep in my head for more than three seconds.
from boyecho :
the band is "Downy". and for some reason, they do strange things to me. each one of their 4 albums is called 'untitled' in japanese. i try to avoid comparisons to other bands, but you can find a few of their songs on youtube.
from thebeesknees :
Dude, I know. I live right up the street and, thus far, have no desire to go. They need to come up with someone worth sitting in 100 degree heat for, and soon.
from thebeesknees :
also, just noticed this kc-related note a couple down, and wanted to announce that if i move there, and you move there, i will force you to be friends with me because my boyfriend is alright and all, but i will need some friends. internet friend groveling? nice.
from thebeesknees :
That made my afternoon. Clearly, my life is full.
from twttrmchn :
Amander's moving back to KC. You could go in on a truck together. And there's a two-bedroom for $625 going in my apartment building. hint hint.
from thebeesknees :
I love Chris M. too. Irrationally so, probably. I want to see pictures of you and our fake shared boyfriend who you will at least encounter. Har.
from harri3tspy :
Your complaint about Gertrude Stein reminded me of a scene in an episode of Northern Exposure where Julianne Moore's character, in an effort to inject the town with some lesbian chic, stages a poetry reading where the village idiot demonstrates his mastery of culture by reading a series of poems, all based on "Pigeons in the Grass." It's hilarious.
from harri3tspy :
Jojo! I am so jealous. I haven't seen him in years. But I was singing "Oh New England" at the top of my lungs in the shower this morning.
from harri3tspy :
Oh my God, I love that heart so much! What a fun project. Also, I meant to get back to you about the Chicago hotel thing. I don't know anything about that hotel in particular, but anything with SRO after its name is generally something to avoid in this town. Also, while I love to visit Chinatown, I'm not sure I'd want to stay there. That said, I'm not sure what else I'd recommend. I usually just check out travelocity and expedia and see what deals they've got. Usually you can find something fairly reasonable. When I was working for the orchestra, we used to book our artists into some short-term apartments in Hyde Park that were pretty reasonable, although I think you had to be staying for some fixed length of time (a week? I'm not sure. They're the Wooded Isle Suites. They're right by the Metra to downtown and they're in Hyde Park which is full of fabulous bookstores. We've also used the Congress Hotel on South Michigan Avenue across from Grant Park. It used to be a bit dicey but it's a much better neighborhood these days, full of overpriced condos. Someone already mentioned it, but The Ohio House in River North (I think it's on LaSalle, but I'm not sure.) that looks campy. It might be a dive in a way that I've always found campy and attractive, but it's a few blocks west of the Magnificent mile, so it may not be too bad.
from ivyparker :
I watched top design too, and I'm not gonna watch it. Its not as good as design star. & when that guy said, "You didn't spend enough money.." I thought, this is ridiculous. Oh, is that crochet?
from thebeesknees :
Lots of people I know who come to town stay at the Ohio House, which is on Ohio and LaSalle. As for other options, I shall direct you to this: http://www.gapersblock.com/fuel/archives/hotels
from boyecho :
ugh! i saw someone get pinched between 20 pound weights on the side of his hand. it was disgusting. i don't want to deal with the weight rail just yet. rigging is deadly.
from thebeesknees :
I love your handsome devil. Very cute!
from boyecho :
oh, oh, lady. you are gone gone gone. tree of bodhi at hotmail dot com. [no spaces]
from thebeesknees :
password?
from harri3tspy :
password please. I don't want to miss any of the dirt. harri3tspy AT gmail DOT com
from thebeesknees :
ugh, sorry. go have a drink or six. xo.
from harri3tspy :
Good luck. I'm sure you'll do great. The fact that they got back to you so fast about an interview is an excellent sign. As someone who's spent a lot of time working in a similar line of work (the musical equivalent thereof) and then moved into an event planning kind of position from there, I think I understand the issue. I also have never had an unsuccessful job interview, so maybe some of the things I do will work for you. Be honest, but don't badmouth anyone. Tell them why you're interested in the job and possibly why you want to make a change (but maybe leave out the part about the commute). Tell them why you are the perfect person for this job, including, if necessary, connecting how your current job will help you do their job better. I wouldn't necessarily ask about benefits and hours and stuff before they bring it up (they'll probably volunteer it at some point in the process and you can always get more info after they offer you the position), but do ask a lot of questions about their organization and the position and how it works with other people in the organization, etc. Find out about possibilities for advancement within the organization if it's big enough for that sort of thing (I know a lot of arts organizations are not). Get as much information as you can before the interview and use it to your advantage so you can both show you're informed and also get more info. I always try to ask a lot of questions just because it makes me feel more like involved in a conversation and less like I'm on the spot. Don't forget to send a thank you note afterwards. And most importantly, be sure to tell us all about it afterwards!
from boyecho :
that locking was purely by accident. also, there should have been a 'was' in that last note, between 'it' and 'so'.
from boyecho :
yeah. i misunderstood my friend. i didnt quite get why a place would have comics AND pizza... but anything is possible. it so super fantastic, by the way.
from boyecho :
wheee. you're the best.
from harri3tspy :
You are not hallucinating about the Different Strokes movie. I saw the ad too. This is going to be good!
from boyecho :
if i had any idea who the monorchid was, i would say "IN YO' FACE!" alas, i do not. so i won't. instead, i will simply enjoy the new experience as it happens in a couple weeks.
from fridayfilms :
Oh, the bands. I can see dinosaurs whenever I'd like. :)
from fridayfilms :
AHHHH WHERE DO YOU LIVE??? I want to see those.
from boyecho :
holy crap. i think just spammed your guestbook with fifty million of the same message. you can delete them all if you wish, but the basic info is this: sept 8-10th. 35 bucks. no jesus lizard [yet? at all?]. one venue, maybe a couple. real info-> http://www.tgrec.com/links/tg25/
from mittensgirl :
how i love the replacements! every time i hear of them i start to tingle all over.
from mittensgirl :
that's so funny. i just moved from hyattsville last august. one day when i couldn't find my phone I made a desparate post with my phone number for someone to call me so i could find it. someone called and called until i answered. as we spoke, it turned out the girl lived two blocks from me back in oklahoma. yet we'd never met or even found each other's diary's. we talked and talked about the neighborhood as i'm so homesick and dying to move back there. what a small world.
from mittensgirl :
isn't she the worst! and they haven't even commented about how all her poses are exactly the same. i think it's coming. seriously, though, i'm rooting for danielle or joanie. also, do you live in dc? i lived in laurel for a year and then hyattsville for another year.
from smedindy :
Hey, just saw yer banner. I'm having "Music Week" at my place, and in my archives there are a lot of posts on tunes. Well, I write a lot...take care!
from fridayfilms :
Grrr, I HATE it when people produce hideous photos of me and then go on about how cute/good I look in them. Like, is that seriously how you see me? It's patronizing and I usually just smile and then tear it up into a thousand billion little pieces when they're not looking.
from fridayfilms :
Oh dear. I so badly wanted to be Punky Brewster when I was young. Did I just date myself?
from fridayfilms :
I write far too much, I think, for what anyone gets out of it, including me. Happy V-Day to you as well. xx - Friday
from fridayfilms :
That's too funny. I've been having dreams lately where Tyra Banks and I become best friends. They're curiously satisfying.
from dragprincess :
i know! i mean, i think the word "patch" is pretty self-explanatory anyway. i suppose if you have no arms and legs it could be an issue. that commercial is definitely one of the many examples of the dumbing down of america.
from fridayfilms :
Hey beth b. Thanks for adding me. Do you think that Mr. Rollins appears to have a big neck because he is, as you say, much shorter than he appears? It makes good sense. But I'm going to continue comparing his neck to a tree-trunk because it warms my heart to do so.
from bexx :
Hey found you through your banner....you do like some good music.....ever hear of slint? -BeXx
from westyrex :
So THAT's who screwed up the Buzzcocks song in Shrek 2. I was excited that it was there, but I thought it was someone even more bland than Pete Yorn. I mean, I'm not a fan of his, but it seemed like such a weak version that I figured it must've been one of those Maroon bands, or Train, or someone like that.
from markhex :
Melt Banana are truely immense live. One of best gigs in my life was when they came to Glasgow a few years ago. I was shaking at the end of it all. They are coming back in November, must get tickets....
from markhex :
I like yr honesty. A girl who likes Shellac! Wow! That's a rarity here in Glasgow, Scotland, though, we have a massive Shellac-loving crowd. ATP 2002 was one of the greatest weekends of my life. I'm in a band myself called Hex, you might like them. Check us out at www.mrw44.co.uk where you can also hear some of our stuff on streaming audio. Cheers Mark Hex
from erinlew :
mix tapes are fine for boys you don't like in "that way" and who are acutely aware of this. beware the hidden undertones if you're not sure, though. even if you don't put songs with suggestive titles, the whole tape might come across as one really big hint. but maybe that's what you want.
from sawyerred :
came upon your diary while searching for info on Candy Apple News. I remember that show, though no one else seems to. A search on google.com details only 3 sites. Seems a shame the show has gone and got itself forgotten. Cheers!
from lunchmunny :
I think it's supposed to be like a guest book. Some day, I'd like to travel to DC and see your props in a play. I bet your props are the best.
from lunchmunny :
hi!

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