messages to twhite:
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from kissmyargyle :
pfft! i only speak the truth. name me one better.
from lately :
Brokeback Mountain is a really good movie. And that's all I've got to say about that.
from iheart2rock :
merry christmas, n00b.
from waterstain :
your diary made me smile. and i was from tyler (which, you know, is almost relevant, since you're from longview) up until last week when i moved far, far away. i already miss texas. and being warm.
from iheart2rock :
oh, i don't know if there needs to be a distinction between "band" and "side project." yeah, they're seperate, but they're still record-releasing song-producing entities who have some sort of title. like the good life. BY THE WAY, i'm sure you know this already, but cursive are basically broken up. blah.
from iheart2rock :
that sounds like the thing i'd normally frown upon, but i'll give it a go. it's more that i think i can make a mess like nobody's business is easily one of the worst band names i've ever heard, right after cattle decapitation.
from iheart2rock :
man, ever since you joined facebook, the note page has been unfairly neglected. this is a travesty, as i really do enjoy passing notes.
from bforever :
Hi, just wanted to say your diary is really good and that I also can´t stand stupidity. You have many good elements in your writing which make it really interesting. Keep it up!
from iheart2rock :
!!! http://csun.facebook.com/profile.php?id=30501536.
from iheart2rock :
i think that's part of its... um, charm. onto more important matters: not to harp on your school, but that is mindboggling. i hope they had a good reason. also, i'm sure you've seen this already, but in case you haven't: http://movies.crooksandliars.com/Kayne-West-Bush-Black-People.mov. i have a feeling that that clip will cause more waves than anyone ever intended. and "gold digger" was such a good track, too. i can only take comfort in knowing that i'm not the only person who will take issue with kanye's statements.
from alyson8129 :
Travis, hey, I really want to see you, and I'll kinda be in East Texas tonight, I'll be in Tyler at Sky Ranch, give me a call if you wanna hang out or something...
from iheart2rock :
buddy do i hear you. i keep thinking that maybe faith isn't as complicated as we're making it out to be, but i'm not sure. everyone's walk with god is different. and thanks so much for the encouragment. i don't know quite what to say over this particular medium of communication, but know that i appreciate it & i hope and pray the same for you.
from iheart2rock :
but i just updated 11 days ago.
from iheart2rock :
i second the sleepy hollow/ brothers grimm comment, although i never saw the former and will probably never see the latter. also, carson palmer, the football player? does he have a show? or did you mean to write the surname of another tool named carson, carson daly? i think i'd believe it more if you were dissing carson daly, simply because he is the most whitebread, boring dude ever on television.
from kissmyargyle :
you just made me "lol".
from iheart2rock :
that reminds me of a dave barry column that i have taped to the back of my door. he jokes about creating a "cultural exchange" program for texans and californians, because "not ALL red state residents are ignorant racist fascist knuckle-dragging nascar-obsessed cousin-marrying roadkill-eating tobacco-juice-dripping gun-fondling religious reneck fanatics, and not ALL blue state residents are godless unpatriotic pierced-nose volvo-driving france-loving left-wing communist latte-sucking tofu-chomping holistic wacko neurotic vegan weenie perverts." direct quote.
from iheart2rock :
psh. i was excited because i saw gas for $2.49 a gallon the other day. unfortunately, it was in a terrible neighborhood where i hesitate to drive with the windows down, much less actually get out.
from mytreehouse :
and they name themselves!!
from mytreehouse :
speaking of avenged sevenfold, i know a boy that use to play bass in that band. i have to laugh every time he talks about it. hahahaha.
from iheart2rock :
bummer about your flake friend/ cancelation. i would assure you that you're not missing out on much and that california isn't that great, but i'm not about to lie. i don't believe i'm familiar with this particular "duel" episode of family guy. and good luck with trying to take over the world. i'm sure it'll go just famously. but ethnic cleansing? are you going to kill the white people?
from iheart2rock :
haha, oh man... is that a good title? or is it terrible? it's such a fine line. you know who has good song titles, is fall out boy. it pains me to admit that i enjoyed a song of theirs earlier called "sugar we're going down." HEY, yesterday i was informed of this show at a popular orange county venue, and one of the bands is called "the black tie conspiracy." !!! could they rip you off any harder?!?! i have never heard them, but when you're here you should challenge the band to a duel. just a thought.
from iheart2rock :
oh yeah, and good luck tomorrow. i've got your back, in a figurative sense. you'll do great. remmeber not to swear too much; professional people look down on that type of crap.
from iheart2rock :
i appreciate you, and i'm not just saying that because i've had too much to drink tonight. though i have. 1 + 2 + 5 + 6 + 9 + 10 +14 (UH OH!! you just inadvertantly DIDN'T diss something that was associated with garden state) = good.
from iheart2rock :
hmmm, the "i tried to love you and i failed" line is up there. heck, that whole song is good. by the way (or the preferred phrase "on a random note"), thanks for the recent influx o' notes. they make me smile. is that lame? probably. oh well.
from amyjo :
Don't forget, if aliens attack, though all of your OTHER devices may be dead, thank goodness the camcorder still works so you can catch all the buttery alien goodness on film.
from iheart2rock :
fair enough. let me know if you need help with stuff to do/ have questions/ need an opinion from an actual resident of the state. i could probably morph into a bloated windbag and start spouting off vital statistics. at the very least, i could tell you what NOT to do.
from iheart2rock :
believe what you want, but i swear to you, i did see lots of interracial couples. well, lots of black-white couples, anyway. the other races weren't nearly so prominent. also, tenessee isn't THAT bad. i don't want to live there or anything, but other than the crap weather and disgusting amount of country music, it was cool. whenever i'd tell someone where i was from, they'd incredulously ask "and you came to tenessee??" like someone from los angeles could find nothing redeeming about tenessee. it was fun to visit, for sure. and i liked that everyone was so polite. you'll find the lack of manners out for yourself when you go to san diego, i guess. it's nice otherwise. lots of good scenery and stuff to do, though LA has the advantage for music and whatnot. why on earth are you going to california, anyway?
from iheart2rock :
i think it's possible that that would make two of us. y'know, if we were nerds, which we certainly are not. that said, i'm going to play HALO 2 and beat up the n00bs.
from amyjo :
happy birthday to us! we're 21! we can buy spray paint!!
from iheart2rock :
i'm sure you've seen it already, but you should watch the "darkomentary" on disc 2 of the donnie darko director's cut. it's a work of genius.
from hutchiness :
Ugh, try saying that where I go to school. Even though it's the truth, 22 year old students think they know how best to run the country.
from amyjo :
Happy Birthday to us! I would invite you to my birthday party, but you'd probably hate it.
from lately :
There are exactly 2 people you care about who came back, perhaps. Amy and I are here all summer, much as I don't want to be.
from iheart2rock :
no, not at all man, that was my exact reaction! i was like "wait, how many people are on this crap anyway? i didn't even know there were that many users!" but i guess it's better to be like "hey, you're one of the hottest 2500 out of 2501" than nothing at all. truth be told, i think i just wrote it because i'm too embarrassed to admit it to any of my "real life" friends. it's kind of like "congratulations, you're hot (you and 2499 other people, which really isn't a big accomplishment), but you're also on this site in the first place, you fucking loser." on a random note, happy early birthday and good luck with the new ride. why you need two sunroofs, i'll never know. but use them wisely, eg for your passengers to hit on pedestrians. it's fun.
from happychelsea :
damnit man! i need your email address. i wanted to tell you something funny and you're not online right now, and its 8 in the morning, which i am assuming is too early to call. by the time i figure it out, ill probably have forgotton what it is i wanted to say
from callmeeset :
i watched that show today and was thinkin the same thing. i was actually thinkin about goin to see the gorillaz on tour. after you made those remarks...that finalized it for me. IM GOING, and it is gonna be AMAZING!!!
from callmeeset :
lets go steady.
from amyjo :
i'm really more upset about peter jennings and his lung cancer. i didn't even know he smoked.
from callmeeset :
how come all the unicorns are dead?
from iheart2rock :
i really like your band's name! good job. and i was in the process of writing an entry last night, but i realized that i wasn't gonna do anything other than copy and paste livejournal entries, and that seems lame.
from c0ffmaniac :
YES. i watched a few other versions of the Pat Summit-as-a-men's-coach "debate" and they were great. and fat laugh at the girl who thinks you should model sweaters. tell her she should model Helen Keller.
from alyson8129 :
Travis, i lost your phone number... in my phone which is in a bathroom in st louis, well im sure it out of the bathroom now, but still, i don't have your number anymore and that makes me sad, because i want to talk to you. e-mail it to me [email protected] or i could use the pick up line version of this... Hi Travis, I lost my number, so can I have yours? ;-)
from callmeeset :
you're cute. you should model sweaters or something.
from callmeeset :
hahahaha... thats not what they said. they said "missionary positions"...and thats why it was funny. and the people in the front had already heard it the night before.
from mytreehouse :
nothing. i was just curious.
from mytreehouse :
so do you believe in jesus? well, that he died for your sins and what not?
from mytreehouse :
are you a christian? i don't mean to ask such a question, but i was just curious.
from happychelsea :
you're so cute when you criticize people :)
from callmeeset :
now you are beginning to make sense to me. you're grandparents are cute.
from screemingurl :
i didn't think you were being an asshole, but perhaps you were and in that case, no you cant have a password! hah!! i went to pine tree ms/jh. we were in band together. that sounds like such a nerdy thing to say. i was the only girl in percussion...well, after that asian girl wasn't there anymore. i wasn't very memorable. hahahaha. but i stumbled on you through laura webb. the end.
from screemingurl :
yes they are and that was my intention. although i think it would be funny if you actually named your band either. i threw in sparkle motion as a special...since it's from donnie darko...just wanted to see if you'd catch it. hah! this is lindsey...starnes.
from screemingurl :
too bad you should name your band vaginabots. because then people would actually show up!! but then it would just be a bunch of horny guys...and well they would be disapointed and leave. i guess you shouldn't actually do that! too bad! or maybe SparkleMotion. or maybe i have more where that came from. hah!!!
from happychelsea :
when you called i was crying somewhere in an airport trying to get home. its a funny story, you should hear it sometime. you bastard
from iheart2rock :
oh dear, you didn't think i was serious about any of those terrible band names, did you? except for maybe "max sweeney." i am trying for the life of me to get someone to use that as their band name. remind me to tell you the story sometime. as for REAL suggestions, i can't help you there. another of my friends attempted to enlist my aid to name his band, and i can never come up with anything, but i will always know what isn't good. please don't name your band addriene's innocense. (i think you knew that already.) sorry i'm not of that much help, but feel free to ask me anything whenever you need the opinion of a *cough* really hip third party.
from iheart2rock :
1. yes, i know of academy is. out of curiousity, how did you hear them? 2. “real-life californian,” eh? what, does being from california make me cooler than the general populace? anyway, i’d love to help you name your band, but i don’t know what kind of music you play. here are some suggestions according to genre :: emo - eternal twillight, my bleeding heart, [insert girl’s name here] + [insert emotion-associated inatimate object here] (eg: roses for susannah, sarah’s diary, thorn in miranda’s side), the velvet fall, last summer, your little pony, fragile hands; hardcore/ metal - bloodmonger, take this knife, pain machine, the rioteers, take that motherfucker; screamo - friday friends, two for flinching, indecision, the insurgents, tuesday night killer, the stalkers, a rare disease; rock/ indie - max sweeny, the vinyls, the loverboys, bang, blame canada, apaloosa, we are the world, secret handshake, pen 15 club, monkey knife fight, a gentleman caller, STFU N00B; pop punk - what the hell are you doing playing pop punk? i can’t be your friend anymore.
from iheart2rock :
florida in april was bad enough, i'm not so much looking forward to tenessee in summer. also, you don't consider tenessee "the south"?! really?! is this a texas thing?
from callmeeset :
oh snap. travis is hating on white college girls once again. POSER. *%[awkward handshake]@#*
from callmeeset :
i changed my mind... father's day report card. most definitely.
from callmeeset :
i forgot i made this. just so i could do this...comment on twhite's site. and my vote goes for Deleanor. ...not too fond of welcome back. sorry.
from lately :
I'm not really sure that it can get dumbed down very much more, so yeah, I'm okay with that.
from lately :
I...like Ty Pennington, actually. I've got his autograph. :)
from happychelsea :
i love every single bit of it. from its merry flashbacks, to its touching angel scene, to its suicidal overtones. the movie is fantastic!!!! :) !!!!
from lauraelysee :
"It's a Wonderful Life" is a great movie, Travis. I'm upset that you would think otherwise! grr.
from iheart2rock :
i guess that makes sense for you... like you said, it's geographical. but regardless of whether or not he speaks with an accent, i think he's funny. sure, a lot of it relies on the whole "redneck" schtick, which might get tiresome/annoying for you, but to me it's new and pretty funny. besides, so much of his routine is musing about life, which is universally appealing/ easy to relate to. the other redneck/ blue collar comedy whatever guys are annoying, but jeff foxworthy is good in my book.
from iheart2rock :
bahaha, that was a dangerous thing to say-- i think the guy's act (that runs on comedy central every .34 seconds) is hilarious. but perhaps you are right, it could be a geographical thing. i guess the appeal of it to me is that his whole lifestyle seems so cartoonishly exaggerated.
from iheart2rock :
i went to that show too, and thought the same. well, i don't really like/know senses fail, but the bled are cool.
from amyjo :
you would think that way about candy if you'd had real cadbury chocolate. it's incredible, and the easter kind just doesn't even do it justice.
from iheart2rock :
weird experiences are a given at wal-mart. on tuesday paris hilton will be at my wal-mart doing a book signing. my pal alexis and i are going, just for the sake of randomosity.
from happychelsea :
i think you should drop what you are doing and come to austin. it can't be terribly important anyways.
from iheart2rock :
if i don't become president someday, it'll be because you beat me.
from iheart2rock :
wow, cool. i've actually been obsessed with that song for months, but a couple days ago i dusted off this old, february-era mix cd that had that song buried at the end. i was reminded of how fantastic it is. also, thanks for the suggestions. the copeland one is going to get downloaded right away.
from alyson8129 :
TRAVIS! YAY you'll be back in talking distance again! I've missed ya!
from c0ffmaniac :
you are going to love me for my mail. really love me. i'm warning you in advance so that you won't be carried away by your sudden homosexual feelings of love for me.
from iheart2rock :
if it's letters you want, it's letters you'll get. that is, if i find time to write any, with all my summer activites including: driving aimlessly, working here and there, drinking coke, going to concerts. i'm so busy it's sick.
from amyjo :
happy birthday travis. it's my birthday too, because i'm sure you remember, i'm older. anyway, i'll send you a belated card because i'm nice like that.
from iheart2rock :
oddly, i recieved a crappy haircut today too... and no, it's NOT just hair, and it will NOT just grow back, dammit!
from iheart2rock :
man we are dorks... from diaryland buddies to hotornot buddies. haha. anyway, have a blast with hotornot, and enjoy the brief honeymoon period where you actually enjoy using the site for entertainment purposes. the newness will wear off soon enough.
from iheart2rock :
haha AWESOME, i clicked yes to you because i gotta help a brother out. hotornot was so fun for me when i first started doing it. the novelty wore off pretty quickly (as you would expect) but i still think it's one of the funnest little diversions on the internet.
from iheart2rock :
hotornot.com freaking RULES. post a link to your rating!
from alyson8129 :
Travis! I'll go see Mean Girls with you! I am coming to Longview on Saturday! We can totally hang out! Call the cell phone... the new number... or ill call you... whichever And I can't wait to drive by and see Massage School of East Texas sign
from iheart2rock :
haha, that cd is called "in keeping secrets of silent earth:3." did you like it? and no need to feel weird about me randomly crossing your mind. in fact, it is good to know that there are still a few people left in the world who realize that internet friendships are totally weird. i think i will write an entry explaining that a little more in a bit.
from iheart2rock :
"mean girls" is hilarious. screw looking cool, see it by yourself if you want. it's worth it. also, i think i am getting a new-to-me car... by grandma's old buick. WHOOOO! it is a total old person car. so, i am going to put a "sexy senior citizen" sticker on it. didn't really have any point there, just wanted to run it by ya.
from amyjo :
underage girls with big boobs. is any guy really going to call you on that?
from iheart2rock :
i know what you mean about going against the grain... i wasn't all that politically conservative, or even that interested in politics, until i came to college in l.a. but seeing all these "the man brings us down" professors pushing their one-sided views on students just irritates me. i'm pretty sure that if i was in your shoes i would be sick of nothing but people adoring bush and supporting war. i'm actually really random/ moderate on lots of political issues, but my environment makes me seem like ho chi mihn. and perhaps i will watch undercover brother once more with a healthy objective remove.
from iheart2rock :
no, i am definitely right about my haiku being a haiku. 5-7-5. and yeah, i have seen undercover brother. me being a libertarian politically, and subscribing to the school of thought that minorities and women should stop whining about being opressed, i was not sure if i loved or hated that movie.
from iheart2rock :
poor black people. can't they have anything without white people coming in and wrecking it?
from alyson8129 :
Oh Travis, you know... I love you and your funny comments on a generation.
from iheart2rock :
the word is "travis". you know it.
from alyson8129 :
::hug::
from iheart2rock :
i wasn't kidding. if he's not the worst, he's definitely in the top five. but he's so dang nice. and i'm so dang desperete. so really, it works.
from c0ffmaniac :
we just recently stopped making fun of the incredible army of nerds that run the discovery channel in liu of arguing over the tiger/alligator brawl ourselves. and it's awesome. and you should change your location in your profile, judging by the last note from the Random Girl.
from dreamindiva :
Haha, I did a search for Waco and yours pulled up first. I entered because I love Fight Club. Your entry was hilarious; We used to play that too. Only it mainly started out with, "Do you think they would catch us if we did?" "Well if they try anything MY BIG SISTER will beat them up!" "Who would win in a fight? My dad, or your dad? My big brother, or your little sister? Geez, I don't know man, your sister uses those NAILS, and she BITES!" Yeah, I was always the instigator.
from amyjo :
where would they show pool? poker? spelling bees? cheerleading competitions? is bowling a sport? obviously, this has cause an uprise.
from lately :
So is diving a sport?
from iheart2rock :
funny you should mention john kerry's response-- i saw the same thing this morning and thought, "well, god help our nation's impressionable, dumb youth." to keep things fair, i think bush needs to go on mtv and do something crazy. clinton got elected by playing a sax, for cripe's sake. i'm not sure what bush could do. i'll think of something.
from lately :
Candles ARE really expensive, actually. But I don't think I'd buy anything from a candle outlet because I'm really partial to Wix N Wax (out of Gladewater). They pour scented wax around a wick in a way that is far superior to other companies that pour scented wax around a wick.
from amyjo :
okay, fine. "the sky is crying" by stevie ray.
from amyjo :
everlong
from alyson8129 :
Travis, tell me that you love me because I will be here on Good Friday, but I'm gonna go home on Saturday so I can see the family. Yes, I know, you don't even have to say anything.
from alyson8129 :
Travis, tell me that you love me because I will be here on Good Friday, but I'm gonna go home on Saturday so I can see the family. Yes, I know, you don't even have to say anything.
from alyson8129 :
Travis, I think this is perhaps the longest we've gone without speaking to eachother! Its been rough! I need the sarcasm! I might just be forced to call you tonight. Ha!
from daphness :
i had a really bad thought: awakening to an alarm clock that makes the sound of nails on a chalkboard. it gives me chills to think that i even thought of it. eww.
from alyson8129 :
Yeah one night, I want to just go into Dallas and ride the trains... As for buses... I really have no idea how they even work! Too complicated for my simple brain to process... all these ones going to different places but coming at the same time... no way to tell what they are? But trains... I can understand.. Blue goes here and Red goes there.
from amyjo :
if you wanted a picture with someone who LOOKS like he's homeless, you could totally use my boyfriend.
from lately :
What's that train called, the light rail? I love riding the trains. I don't think you could pay me enough to ride on a DART bus, but I'm all for the trains. Also, yes, I hate when my phone rings in Goodwill. I'm embarrassed and I feel like they're thinking I came in there just to show off all at the same time.
from iheart2rock :
i hadn't thought about that. there were a ton of really, REALLY young kids, too. mind you, the boys of simple plan swear and are rumored to make out with each other onstage, though that didn't happen at that date. i was like "what are you parents thinking?!" when i was 8, my mom wouldn't let my buy tlc's crazysexycool because she thought it was too racy. of course, i don't think simple plan are any Threat to Our Nation's Youth or anything. there are just better bands for young kids to be listening to. i, for one, plan to introduce my future son corbin to the wonder of the beatles.
from iheart2rock :
dude, i had a blast at the show! the simple plan part sucked (duh), but the mxpx part made it well worth it. one thing i wasn't expecting was a whole lot of parents accompanying their kids. but it didn't matter, because once sp got off the stage, all the parents, groupies, and 10 year olds cleared the floor. and so did my friends' downer, negative boyfriend. as for the political thing, i don't consider myself "conservative" either-- i'm just unbelievably sick of hearing nothing but anti-bush, anti-war, "the man brings us down" stuff from teachers. most kids don't take an active role in politics, so they don't get to think for themselves. that's what bugs me.
from iheart2rock :
i'm with ya on the gay marriage thing. but are you in a school with bush suporters? i didn't know those colleges existed. (also: see my 2/24 entry. your timing of whining about politics is uncanny.)
from alyson8129 :
You are one of those passive flirtationaries. That's a big word that I just made up all by myself
from alyson8129 :
Yeah that really sucks that you can't get on Diaryland Travis
from alyson8129 :
Yeah, you need to read my diary, and Travis, you are so cool. And I mean that in a non-sarcastic way, like ya know THE REAL WAY!
from iheart2rock :
understood, and good thinking! i never blame things on my age anyway. it seems like cop-out. but i'll keep it in mind.
from kayellebea :
By the way, I love the chicken story. And today's an even better day for the FM roads. ;-)
from kayellebea :
Now you can't say that I have not said hello to you! Thanks for the note. I'm glad you liked our uhh..innocence? haha I guess you're right about every girl here being like that. That made me laugh. But we're learning! You know, they do offer a human sex class here.
from kayellebea :
So I was reading Alyson's notes and saw, "your friend still hasn't talked to me, and i don't think she voted last night." I'm that friend. I for real will introduce myself to you next time I see you. haha and about the auction...There was no way I was going to bid and look like some weird, stalker, freak girl that you nor Drew know. (I'm good friends with Christy, by the way.) I don't think Toyia and whoever else was a part of that bidding would have given anyone a chance anyway. You sold for what? $40 something? Good goin. ;-)
from iheart2rock :
I FIGURED IT OUT!!! my friend cagney, the one who goes to school in texas, used to work at a quiznos. a long time ago, like back sophomore year. she JUST got a job in a quiznos in abeline, like, a week ago. so, quiznos --> cagney --> texas --> travis. get it? good.
from alyson8129 :
You know the sad thing, I saw that commercial and I didn't think of you Travis (sorry) but I was in Tyler with good ol Geoffrey D. (you used to have play dates with him and his brother haha) and James Taylor, and I was like... oh man... I want Quizno's... that sounds GOOD! And I agree with iheart2rock, subway can throw its stuff out the window... quizno's=#1 (next is jimmy johns, schlotzkey's, then at a last resort, subway)
from iheart2rock :
quiznos = best subs on earth. compared to quiznos, subway is a sad joke. and i honestly have no idea why the commercial reminds me of you. it was just the logical progression of ideas in my brain... dancing rodents singing about paper cuts and pepper bars --> travis. don't be offended. if you want, you can associate me with an annoying commercial too. maybe the geico insurance one with the hair-loss treatment. just a thought.
from iheart2rock :
oh, i get what you're saying. it's just a shame that disney decided to do this movie, not spike lee. I WANT THE REAL THING! but you have to admit, even though the mighty ducks is, well... gay, it's still an awesome series. d2 was my favorite. it's what inspired me to get into hockey, work at an ice rink, and buy hockey skates instead of figure. i don't play, myself, though. moving on... for some reason when i saw the new quiznos ad, i instantly thought of you. can you tell me why?
from iheart2rock :
hate to break it to ya... but everyone i know thought the same thing, including myself. and i like hockey. it's not that the two stories are really that alike (that is, the sugarcoated mighty ducks story vs the gritty, realistic "miracle"), but count on disney to, er, gay up "miracle."
from happychelsea :
you removed my previous note! you bastard! you know what i say to that; Damn you straight to hell.
from lately :
Thanks for listing everyone but me as your favorites, you bitch.
from alyson8129 :
Hmmm... That's interesting... I wonder what she did, kinda like how I had a conversation with the lady at wal mart as to why they let you keep underwear and bra hangers.
from amyjo :
just kidding, it was on mp3.com which is gone now. but hey, here's a link to the site and i suggest you download both songs (: http://www.convoymusic.com/blacklicorice.html
from amyjo :
hey, we have that too. actually, i'm pretty sure i found them on epitonic.com, so you could download there or their website. i highly suggest "caught up in you" if you can find it. its awesome.
from amyjo :
so i was just reading your profile, and i'd like to point out that i saw copeland this past fall, and i'll see them again this spring with mae. if you like them, you'd like convoy too.
from iheart2rock :
yeah, weezer and sparta toured in 2002. it was a good show. i also saw incubus that summer. they are amazing live! 9 times out of 10,if a band releases an album, they will tour in support of it shortly after it's released. by the way, that statistic is totally offhanded and made up-- but probably true!
from alyson8129 :
Oh, after college what I am going to do in order to meet guys is become distressed and go back in time quite a bit, and then have like knights come rescue me... yeah i don't think that will work, so i can only hope that some jerk will knock me over and spill all my papers everywhere.
from iheart2rock :
actually, weezer have not toured since summer 2002. they are recording an album here in l.a. as we speak, and i assume they will need to do promotion for it this year. same with jimmy eat world. same with incubus. my friend said sparta are gonna tour, but i'm not sure. further seems forever (and a whole bunch of bands on the tooth and nail record label) are on tour now. and of course, there's always the really cool simple plan/mxpx tour. thanks for asking me, sorry i couldn't provide more assistence.
from iheart2rock :
which lyrics? the one in the menu bar ("the radio's playing queen, and we're rocking out") comes from a saves the day song, "shoulder to the wheel". the "beautiful, i just want you to know, etc" is from the pharrell williams & snoop collaboration "beautiful." look close-- the dude sitting on the hill is pharrell williams himself. i think he is wonderful. and yeah, about women's basketball, it's not really that bad. maybe your sister's team and the team she played were really evenly matched. i can remember being that age, and having points go up into the triple digits. not often, mind you. by the way, who won?
from iheart2rock :
they must be, like, a group of 12 year olds, then. women's basketball is boring, but not THAT boring.
from iheart2rock :
hmmm... i played basketball for 6 years. good thing i don't aspire to be in the women's league, because i sat through a wnba game once, and i was bored to tears. this summer, there was a battle of the bands during halftime at an l.a. sparks game (los angeles' wnba team.) everyone stayed until halftime. then left. yes, it was that bad.
from happychelsea :
you shut the hell up. bastard. anyways, happy to hear that you are enjoying your new location. and always, thanks for the sympathy. youre super!
from happychelsea :
where the hell are you?
from alyson8129 :
its not sexist to say that women's basketball is awful... it is! girls can't play basketball, its too sissy lookin.
from amyjo :
i watched that lasso episode of the simpsons the other day.
from alyson8129 :
well 1) Snoop Dogg will ryhme his name aproximately 8 more times and then he will change his name like Puffy, or P. Diddy, or whatever. and 2) What are you talking about I think Ice Cube and Snoop are pretty cool for being on the football thing on ABC. That's the bomb fer sure, ya herrrd?
from alyson8129 :
well I already told you what I think about it the other night but then I was pondering on the question... i think the tradition sticks because its a sad excuse to kiss someone you don't know for the first time... which is just creepy if you ask me... that could be a big fear, kissing someone you don't know ugh!
from lauraelysee :
My dear Travis: I wasn't trying to upset you about the Christmas Hearth entry, even though you talked about how pointless it was. But I say, hey, it was an interesting topic and this isn't Mrs. Lancaster's english class -- so we don't have to have one entry topic per person. Goodday!
from daphness :
i think it was actually even called the nasa channel. not that i watched it or anything... umm, happy holidays!
from alyson8129 :
okay travis, im looking for you online but you aren't there... you are making this stalking thing very hard for me right now. Yeah, just kidding. I think for parents thinking about marriage for their children its kind of like fantasy football. Its a point system and in the end there is money involved. That's my only solution to come up with.
from iheart2rock :
good call on the mxpx shoutout-- "chick magnet" is songwriting gold. hey, my friend alexis who went to the thrice concert on haloween ended up going to another one a couple days ago, and she ended up hanging out with them. she loves them now! moving on... i hadn't thought about the mean, boring girls. but they are boring by default. they don't think they're boring. the nice, boring girls know that they are boring, because they have no friends. the best girls, of course, are witty girls who are also nice. i'm not sure if those people (of either gender) exist, though. every person who i've ever thought initially to be really funny has ended up striking me as annoying.
from iheart2rock :
actually, i have never heard any of thrice's music, per se. but i like the album title they lifted from fight club (the illusion of safety). i used to get thrice confused with finch. also, i totally respect mxpx too. they're in their late 20s now, and (i'm not sure if this is good or bad) they still cater to the same age group, and they're able to stay really fresh for kids who haven't heard them. i don't really listen to them anymore, but it's kind of a comfort thing, you know? i used to really, really like them, and it feels like i still have to honor that. hey, while we're on the subject, my friend DOESN'T go to baylor. she goes to abeline christian university, in west texas. so, that disproves the previously stated "only baylor girls are fake" thesis. but, honestly, i've found fake girls everywhere i've ever gone, so it seems redundant to accuse texas girls of being somehow more fake. most girls are really mean. the ones that aren't are really boring. it's a trade-off. and yes... long notes OWN.
from iheart2rock :
actually, it did, and actually, i didn't go. the hollywood show was on halloween, and it sold out in, like, a day. my friend alexisonfire went, though, because coheed and cambria was opening for them, and she loves coheed! interestingly enought, she hates thrice. anywho, the girl who i am going to the simple plan concert with is an actual simple plan fan. (i didn't know they made them over the age of 16, but whatever.) the benefit of this is, if i were to bring an ironic "I HEART SIMPLE PLAN" sign, no one would think twice. i would beat the groupies at their own game. yes! good charlotte and simple plan are one in the same: both total crap, with the same dumb high-school fans who haven't had a chance to get into good music. i really like mxpx, though, so i've got the best of both worlds: making fun of a crap band, and seeing a really cool one. not a bad deal.
from alyson8129 :
I think the fact that I can picture the banter about the naming after Lord of the Rings characters makes it sound even funnier. I wrote about it in my diary too because it made my day just a little bit better, well my night at least. So good job! Gold star for the comedy in that one.
from iheart2rock :
dude, i had no idea you go to baylor. sorry for any anti-texas comments you may have ever read in my diary; one of my two best friends goes to school there now, so i have to hate it, since, you know, she's there and not here. anyway, the simple plan concert is sounding more and more fun every second. lots of 14 year olds with no concept of good music. cool!
from alyson8129 :
Travis I think you only want me to be stalking you, but if you want me to pretend, I can try and pretend to stalk you. Of course its hard to stalk someone when they are very far away from me. And of course I'll see you later.
from iheart2rock :
haha, that's always my fear. old men are inherently frightening. so it's good to report that i am indeed NOT one.
from iheart2rock :
hmmm... you like alexisonfire, slick shoes, weezer, sparta, incubus, radiohead, etc etc etc, fight club, cs lewis, and you think i'm interesting. please inform me why we're not best friends already!
from iheart2rock :
yeah, of course i know that. but it's hard to tell myself that when i've got friends who are engaged and experienced, and i'm... well, not. thanks for your support though brah. :)
from amyjo :
when i bought my electric, i was retarded. i bought the most beautiful guitar you've ever seen, and a pedal, and cords...but i don't have an amp. so now i don't even play it, i just play my acoustic all the time anyway.
from amyjo :
oh heck travis, i didn't know you liked ryan adams. that makes you so darn cool. um...daphne showed me your diary. i'm not stalking you.
from iheart2rock :
dude, that "could you be the most beautiful girl in the world" song is classic! i remember hearing it in like 3rd grade and loving it. odd that you get it in you head, though... but no worries, sometimes i get this eurythmics song in my head. crazy.
from iheart2rock :
thank you very much. ha, i do sometimes write "my life sucks" things, but not without acknowledging that writing "my life sucks" things are trite and dumb. you are officially on my favorites list.
from iheart2rock :
who the heck are you?! p.s. thank you for the nice comment. you are interesting as well.

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