Diploma.

Jun. 24th, 2006 01:46 pm
kageotogi: (hiei watches [kageotogi])
My diploma came in the mail today, and I've got to say that I totally agree with Hawk (the supposedly willing slave of Applegeeks, for those not in the know) on this one:


Yep. It should totally have mighty and awesome power attached to its little paper fibers or whatever. The power of flight might be cool. As it is, it's just a really expensive piece of paper.

In other news, my youngest brother departs for band camp (no jokes, please) tomorrow, and after they've seen him off and the like, my parents are going to North Carolina for the week, leaving me, the cats, and my medium-brother to fend for ourselves. They apparently don't trust us -- we've both been told on no less than three occasions not to have any wild parties. *snerk* Like David would have time for that; he has summer classes and a job. I, on the other hand...

Yeah, I've got nothing. Slaaaacker! (Ah, well. At least I'll maybe get some writing done? It'll be a very quiet week -- perfect for that sort of thing.) And I won't be a complete slacker (probably). I've got to go to the bank and stuff. And I ordered some manga, so I'll have to read that... Um. Right. And those little tasks will definitely leave no time for wild parties. Clearly. XD
kageotogi: (good student [kageotogi])
I graduated college today, with honors (and a cum laude. Haha. It's so dirty). How the #%&@ did that happen? Anyway, after we got fake diplomas (it's a poster. The real diplomas are mailed to us), we all had to pose for a million pictures. Oh, and then we ate at Guisseppes (I can't spell that) and it was absolutely fabulous. Good choice, Joan! *heart*

Righto. I have so much stuff to unpack that it isn't even funny. Also, my cat has gone psycho. I had to cut his claws and I, um, kind of failed. He kept mewling so pitifully and I just couldn't do it... So I had my dad do it instead. XD I love my dad.

We may have broken the internet on my computer. Meaning that the wireless tab either fell out of the port or broke off -- we aren't sure. I haven't hooked up my computer yet to test it out, but my dad said we'd buy a new one if it couldn't handle itself. We'll see.

I'm beat, but I can't sleep until I unpack at least enough stuff so that I can see my bed. *facepalm*

[livejournal.com profile] domacatrix! WE DID IT! WOOT!
kageotogi: (hawkfish [kageotogi])
Plagiarist season came early this year. I'm surprisingly okay with that this time, and I'm not that bothered by it. I've been talking to the offender for about ten minutes now and I think I may have just agreed to help her learn net etiquette and the like. English is something along the lines of her third language, so that'll be fun.

I turned in my MAP final early this morning (around one o'clock early), so I'm officially done with schoolwork. For, you know, ever. I'm not going to grad school (even though I was accepted) because they didn't have the funding for an assistantship; I may decide to do one of the lower-key programs later on, but right now I think I'm probably ready to dive into the real world. I'll probably change my tune in a few years, so maybe then I'll apply to some other school and get that psychology degree I used to want. (Haha. No. Too many brain bits, and I like to have fun with my psychology instead of beating myself over the head with it.)

I had so much sushi tonight that it's almost painful. In that good way. *swoon* It was fantastic, and I have a certain wonderful someone to thank for it. A certain wonderful someone who apparently occasionally reads my eljay. (Eek! Hi, Terry!)

So! Tomorrow at three is the tutor party for the Writing Center, which means free snacks (yay!), Friday is an honors convocation shindig thing, and Saturday is graduation. Sunday is Tricia's graduation party, which I should go to even though I hate driving in her area.

Aside from all that, though, I think I'll be having a bit of free time! ^.^ So here's a very laughable to-do list (comparatively) for me to groan over for the next week or so.

[x] write the six remaining drabbles
[x] post the six drabbles
[x] apologize for taking so long with the drabbles
[x] post at least one music download, you bum!
[x] do all the beta work
[x] update Fish Pond
[x] figure out what Colleen wants for the JrEd site
[x] read Time Traveler's Wife
[x] read The Plot Thickens
[ ] read Lolita
[x] figure out what else is on my to-read list
[x] do something with the Ouran bases (thanks, Lauren!)
[x] check PAWS grades
kageotogi: (tomatomania [kageotogi])
[livejournal.com profile] imayb1 made a flowchart of all the "factions" in Gurabite (a long story, primarily involving a curious phrase found in an email I received a while back), and it's pretty interesting. (I'd link to it but, again, all my friends seem to think I will send them crazy stalkers and make their posts friends-only. I don't blame them, really, although some of these things would be fun to share. *heart*) Anyway, she placed me in Purgatory, where the "Repentant Non-Believers" go. In other words, those people who no longer write fanfic. I'm okay with that, but I warned her it would be like that for too much longer.

*ponder* I can't remember how long I've been on Gravi hiatus. Over a month. Since... March? I know it was right after I put the last bit of "Dizzy" on Gurabite. So yeah, March. Hm. That was longer than I hoped it would be. (To be fair, I haven't really been writing a lot of Gravitation, despite my best inclinations. Actually, I haven't been writing much of anything. I'm such a terrible person.)

Every time I check my email, I have new spam in my box. (Don't you guys love my lack of a transition?) All of this spam involves the size of my penis. Since I do not have a penis or any body part that really resembles a penis, this confuses me. The closest thing I have is a shark fetus in a jar. And that's saying something. Perhaps there's a reason behind this spam, however. Maybe they believe I would be better off if I owned a large penis? Should I look into that?

I technically don't have to go to class today, but I'm going anyway because I was stupid and told McShane that I would probably be there. And because Gail is giving her presentation today, and I did kind of tell her I'd be there to show my support. You know, since she was out of state for mine. *not bitter!*

I seriously need to figure out what I'm doing for finals and all. I technically don't have any finals; I have portfolios due Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday and I have to turn in a report for Gerry's class... but that's really it. I already did my final for both Tech Writing and my Honor's Thesis and my band final (the concert) is on Sunday... Huh. How bizarre.

'nyway. Tonight I work on portfolios for Fiction, Capstone, and Poetry. Tomorrow I have band rehearsal, and on Sunday I have a concert. I also need to find a Mother's Day gift for (obviously) my mother. Plus, I owe a bunch of people (five) drabbles! I will get to it super-quick, my promises.

*yawn* I really don't want to do anything today.
kageotogi: (zebra [kageotogi])
The semester is quickly coming to a close. Yikes. And that means I have to start getting my butt in gear, homework wise, and prepare all the oral presentations I have to do. I got one out of the way this morning (yay for my feasibility study!). Silly me did the Entire Study last night; I stayed up until about four-thirty in the morning to finish it, but I suppose it was worth it. I don't think I did too badly.

Those of you who live on campus and/or nearby are more than welcome to make the trek to watch me give my oral presentation for the Honors Thesis. I'm doing an analysis of contemporary poets, and I've mostly finished with everything... but whatever. The presentation is required. Lucky me. Dates and times and all are as follows:

Wednesday, May 10, 2006
2:00 pm
Room 103 Dunkle Hall


Feel free to show up. I won't know any better if you don't, so yeah. *shrug* The more friendly faces the better is all.

All right. My todo list for this weekend is short, but important. Please don't get mad at me for posting it? ^^

[x] clean the fishtanks
[x] laundry
[x] clean my side of the room
[x] write five drabbles
[x] post the drabbles
[x] do MAP work
[x] find out about Junior's vet visit
[x] dishes
[x] take out trash
[x] take out recycling
[x] work on Leilla's fic
[x] work on Joan's site
[x] fic review/critique
[x] work on the Thesis
[x] go to work
kageotogi: (read [kageotogi])
Hey, all. This is... Um, well, I have lot of assignments I need to work on over the next few weeks, so I am posting this list (prone to change whenever necessary!) so I can keep them straight. Once the list is all done, I'll get rid of the post -- promise. ^_~

My assignments. )
kageotogi: (kung fu queen [domacatrix])
I started to take the "would you rather" meme from [livejournal.com profile] imayb1, but I decided I was too lazy to put that much thought in those things. Besides, my answers were bizarre anyway. ^^

My to-do list was kicking my ass yesterday, but thanks to my micro-management skills, I have killed a great deal of it. Now I have to draft a poem and do my apprenticeships for Doctor Hurd. All in all, I think that'll be okay; with any luck, I'll have the worst parts of at least one of them over and done with by the end of the day. I did Addonizio for a project last semester, so I can probably reuse a lot of what I had, biography wise. Obviously the techniques and form will have to change, as I'm looking at a whole book instead of just one poem, but yeah. The tricky part will tbe model poem, as always, but I really like Addonizio's work, so maybe that'll be easier than I think it will be.

I've also got to seriously revise the Doubiago and Cording poems. Blah. And then there's Louise Gluck. >.< That should be fun. (I wonder if I could get away with doing something with Ruth Stone? I have to work on her for Gerry's project anyway. Hm.

But yes, I need to get my butt in gear for this Honors Thesis. It's almost the end of April, and I'm not done yet! The presentation will be fun, too. *cringe* I guess I should start thinking about when I want to do that.

Tch. What am I yammering about for anyway? You all only come here to read the fics. ^_~ Ah, well. I'd give you guys a drabble, but I'm surprisingly low on inspiration right now. All the characters running around in my head at this time of day are original (damn you, Indigo!), and they don't drabble well. Sorry!
kageotogi: (good student [kageotogi])
For those of you who are fortunate enough not to know me in real life and/or do not have any classes with me, here is a fun fact: instead of taking notes, I often spend my time in class writing. Fiction, usually, although lately I've been doing a lot of bad poetry (argh). I don't do this in every class, nor do I do it every day, and I can usually get away with it.

Today my professor called me out on it in Technial Writing. XD And I say this: about frickin' time. She and Kunkle are the only people who have said something about it, and Kunkle assumed I was doing something else and let it go. McShane (my Tech Writing and Capstone professor) came up to me after class and said she had noticed I spent a lot of time in her class(es) writing things that she was pretty sure weren't notes, and it was a little distracting for her and a touch disrespectful and could I please stop? I think she only noticed because I did it three days in a row (Monday in Tech Writing, yesterday in Capstone, and again today) and because I didn't bother to, you know, look like I was taking notes. I was indignant at first (how dare she! I'm acing both her classes with no problems whatsoever, so I must be doing something right!), and that lasted for all of two seconds before I realized I was an idiot. I will stop my class-writing, if only because I'm amazed one of my teachers actually noticed or, at least, said something about it. Her classes are dreadfully boring, but I respect her enough as a professor and a person to at least comply with her request. For a little while. Besides, she's right; it is disrespectful. Given that I've had to deal with some awful students while T.A.-ing for Phoebe (although they were just being assholes, not writing at their desks), I can understand that.

Besides, then she told me not to bother coming to class on Monday since we'd be talking about resumes (which we discussed in Capstone last week). So no class on Monday for me -- yay! That leaves me more time to sleep and be lazy do work and get some writing done!

(Also, I managed to get some decent writing done today in class, so I'm in a good mood. Not even having a ban put on my class-writing can dampen that. Right now. We'll see if I still feel that way on Friday. ^.^)

Slacker!

Mar. 30th, 2006 12:31 pm
kageotogi: (gray jude [kageotogi])
Today I am again a loser, and a waste of your time. I apologize for that.

Yesterday I went to 3am, I played for hours on [livejournal.com profile] _catchphrase_ (because I now play two characters, silly me), and that was about it. I didn't do any homework. I didn't bother to work on the sites I'm supposed to be playing with. I didn't read for class. I didn't write anything (bad me; in my defense, all of my writing has been crap for almost two months now -- it's more than a little bit discouraging). All in all? I am le useless.

Today I need to get off my ass. Seriously. I must finish the Doubiago apprenticeship. I must read for Modern American Poetry -- before I go to class. I must start looking at my Research Project for Gerry's class. I must start looking at my Book Review for poetry. I must this, I must that, I must get off my ass and stop wasting my parents' money!

I'm at work, and I think my 12-1 student is going to no-show. Or I would think that, but she has a horrible habit of being late -- as in by half an hour or more. Fuck it. I'm leaving work at one, and I don't care when she shows up. Last time I stuck around an extra forty-five minutes for her so we could finish our session. This time she's on her own. Life lessons a là Ren. I don't mind. It gives me time to... waste time. (Yes, I know what you're thinking. "Now now, dear. What was it you just said about not being a slacker and getting things done? It's right up there in the paragraph before this if you need a reminder." I'll get to it. Honest.)

Nonetheless! I'm setting an ultimatum for myself. I cannot roleplay or have any net!fun until my Doubiago apprenticeship is over and done with and I have at least started on one of the afore-mentioned homework assignments. This, I think, will not include anything involving Kitazawa and Eiri over in [livejournal.com profile] _catchphrase_, if only because I love the wangst.

Joan actually looked up the definition to 'wangst' yesterday, since I have been using it so very much lately. I have no time to find it for you, however -- my student just showed up.
kageotogi: (start [kageotogi])
To para-quote [livejournal.com profile] hyujin, there is so much Saiyuki news this morning afternoon. First of all, they're coming out with a Saiyuki Live Action. Exciting, no? Yes! XD That'll be delightful. I look forward to seeing how it translates. (Still, I doubt it can beat Hunter x Hunter the Musical, which I have yet to finish watching. Hm. Should do that.) Second, there is going to be an OVA made for the Saiyuki "Burial" arc of Reloaded. I have yet to see any of Reloaded (because I'm a slacker), but yay to OVAs. (It does mean more stuff I'll have to spend money on, though. Blah.)

So, yes. Yay for Saiyuki news!

Okay! I need to have my Sharon Doubiago apprenticeship finished by the end of the day; I cannot go to bed until it's finished. Hold me to that, you guys. If I don't finish that, then I truly am teh loser and I will have to throw myself off a cliff.

I'm not joking.

Work sucks right now. I'm leaving.

To close? Best voice post ever.

(Also? I joined [livejournal.com profile] _catchphrase_. I'm not sure if that was wise or no, but I'm enjoying it so far. ^^ My version of Eiri is such a bum. And a little stupid. [livejournal.com profile] fish_follower would be proud.)
kageotogi: (very good witch [kageotogi])




What type of Fae are you?


Okay. I've promised a Ling/Ed fic to [livejournal.com profile] tir_synni, a Yoshiki fic to [livejournal.com profile] imayb1 (because I'm stupid, and an original story to Barkley for Tuesday. I also have to revise a Capstone project by Tuesday, work on my feasibility study for Tech Writing by Monday, and get something finished for my Honors Thesis before I die. Who thinks I'll get any of that done by the end of the night?

...yeah, I didn't think so either. XD

Here's hoping, though!

(I'm also battling a Gundam Wing idea, a Saiyuki wannabe-idea, and dozens of songs that still need previewing. Oh, and the collabo story, which needs to be revamped. *muse* It's a good thing I don't believe in priorities.)

...found the best meme ever today via [livejournal.com profile] phoenixchilde. I'm thinking about stealing it, but we'll see.

*le sleep*

Mar. 16th, 2006 03:05 pm
kageotogi: (connection [mortenavida])
I wound up going to bed around four o'clock last night. Go me! ^_^ Anyway, Anyway, I wrote everything but the conclusion to my paper before I went to sleep, and I finished that this morning. Hurrah.

So! Apparently there's this guy dressed up as a leprechaun running around campus, being chased by eight to twelve naked men who have painted their genitals green and are wearing shamrock belts. [livejournal.com profile] domacatrix, [livejournal.com profile] pereppi, [livejournal.com profile] tromjkr, and I have been trying to find him for a while, but so far no luck. And that's sad, a little bit.

I love this icon. Thanks, [livejournal.com profile] mortenavida! I'm getting lots of great icons from people this week, and that makes me grin. ^__^

And here's my to-do list for this week and such, since I don't think I'm going to post one tomorrow. This list, as always, is subject to change whenever I darn well feel like it.

To-Do )

So tired.

Mar. 16th, 2006 01:51 am
kageotogi: (kitazawa [kageotogi])
I am so unbelievably tired right now. I shouldn't be, since it's only two in the morning, but I think my recent sleeping habits (or lack thereof) have been contributing to that. I've been getting up early every day for a long while now and I rarely go to bed before two in the morning. Bah. I'll just get diabetes and go with it.

So I'm writing this paper for Gerry for my Modern American Poetry class, in which I am taking five to eight poetic elements in T. S. Eliot's "Journey of the Magi" and analyzing them. By analyzing them, I mean "rip them to pieces". Which is kind of fun, actually -- or would be if I could keep my head in the game. The paper is supposed to be between three and six pages long and I've just finished discussing my second element of poetry and am already halfway through my third page. I can't believe I was worried about not hitting the page requirement. At this rate, I'll have to play with fonts and the like just so it won't be ten or more pages.

This is good news, I guess; we have ten-page research project due in April.

I met with people for my Honor's Thesis today and was relieved to discover that Doctor Connelly doesn't grade me herself; she asks my committee chair -- Doctor Hurd -- what grade the chair thinks I should receive. That made me feel a lot better. Nonetheless, I need to get my butt in gear for this.

I can't wait for spring break. There is far too much going on with the me right now that I just can't handle it all; if we weren't going on break this Friday, I think I would snap and kill everyone. I won't be lazing about over break -- I've got lots of work to do (school and otherwise), and a manuscript to critique and analyze for a 3am member, as well as a story or two of my own to write -- but I do intend to catch up on my sleeping. If I can.

I really hope I can.

...it's 1:58 in the morning and the ghetto bass is still playing. Do the people next door never sleep?

Today.

Mar. 14th, 2006 11:11 am
kageotogi: (today didn't happen [kageotogi])
I like to search LiveJournal by interests just for a giggle. When you're getting things like this, who wouldn't?

(For those who aren't getting the joke and/or don't know what they're looking for: I did an LJ search for people whose interests were "grammer". It's actually spelled "grammar".)

Um. So, yes. Another boring morning at work. I endured sitting through Phoebe's freshman composition class once again (for developmental writers) and nearly sent my head through my desk. Luckily, I was able to distract myself -- temporarily -- with the spurring of a vague but possibly doable idea. I wrote out a quick description of character and plot and then rewrote it six or seven times. She finally ended class just as I was finishing my last draft sheet, and not a moment too soon. If I had to do it one more time, I would have choked myself to death with my pen.

Other than that, today has been okay. [livejournal.com profile] domacatrix nearly slaughtered our Capstone professor, which was fun, and I bought a muffin, which I have yet to eat (because I feel weird eating at work).

...fuck no. The psycho work study student just came in and asked me to look over her paper. *CRINGE!*
kageotogi: (big dreams [domacatrix])
Cutest. Icon. Ever. [livejournal.com profile] domacatrix wins at life.

So! Apparently Frostburg is supposed to get hit up with some tornadoes, but that's silly. So I will not dwell on that, even though it would be really, really cool if I could, y'know, have some classes cancelled this week. I'm just saying.

The last day of the Gear Up workshop was today, and that was fun. Apparently Joan, Justin, Donovan, and I have been roped into creating the preface material by the kids, who thought it wouldn't be cool if one of the teachers did it (because, y'know, they're old and we're not). I thought that was funny, myself. But that's just me. Anyway, they've named their literary magazine "219 Annex", and there is some fantastic work in there. I'm not saying it's all going to be to your taste, of course. Not all of it was to my taste, to be honest. But these high school students seriously worked their little butts off, and now they're actually going to have something to show for it, which is cool. (I don't know if I'll be able to find any copies of this, but if I can, would anyone like an issue? ^_~ I can always mail a few out.)

Um. Other than that? I have major work to do. I have to get my butt in gear for my Honors Thesis (the first meeting is on Wednesday) and start working on my explication project for my MAP class (Modern American Poetry). I've been doing a lot of work on the Junior Editions website, too, in that I am revamping the Entire Thing. This, I think, is a good thing, as the original site really sucked, visually speaking. This one is prettier.

I would be the happiest Ren in the world if my brain was cooperating and giving me writing-related ideas. You know, of the decent variety. I've pretty much been running on empty lately, and I'm not sure why. Help!

Spring break starts on Friday. Thank goodness. (I can't wait. Granted, I'll be spending a lot of it getting my butt in gear and hopefully working on my Honor's Thesis, Tech Writing feasibility study, MAP report, and my Advanced Poetry book review, but come on. It's still a break.)

...I should not be so hungry this late at night. >_< Maybe I've secretly acquired a tapeworm.
kageotogi: (kiss me [kageotogi])
Because LJ doesn't like me and will no longer allow me to actually use the S1 journal style I had before, I've made a new journal layout. It's overly brown, but I was too lazy to tweak the colors any more than I did. The headers and such also kind of suck, but I'll take suggestions.

Ah, well. It's better than doing actual work.

[livejournal.com profile] kageotogi

In other news, the Gear Up! workshop was today, and that was a lot of fun. Um. I'd explain more, but I can't be too lazy or I will officially be Failing At Life.

Ta!
kageotogi: (daydreams [kageotogi])
...I was accepted into WVU's graduate program.

Something small. )

I received an email from the Director of Creative Writing this afternoon. Apparently they liked my writing sample and my file was "a delight". They want me to submit a non-genre writing sample (doable), and they do not have an assistantship or tuition waver available at this time, but they're looking for one. (I won't go to the university unless I get a tuition waver. I decided this ages ago.) So all I have to do is send in another writing sample (...a good one. So I guess I should write something new?) and then wait to see if they find the assistantship and tuition waver stuff.

We'll see. I still don't know if I'm going to go or not, but I was accepted, and that's pretty exciting. That means they liked my writing enough to want me in the program, even if I did turn in genre work. (It's really, really, REALLY nice to get some kind of professional confirmation that my writing is halfway decent, or at least that it has potential. They aren't allowed to lie to me, after all, and they don't care if they hurt my feelings when they tell me I suck. So... Yes. I love all of you who keep telling my writing is good, but this... This is different.)

Um.

I was going to post a to-do list, but I think I need to call my parents first. They'd probably like to hear this, since they won't receive an official letter for a few more days (according to the email).

(Joan, if I do go to WVU, come with me. Please? There are publishing houses a-plenty.)
kageotogi: (jesse bond [kageotogi])
My boss, I've discovered, secretly has it in for me. Why, you ask? It's simple. She keeps messing up my schedule. *headdesk* On Tuesdays and Thursdays, I'm supposed to work from 9:30 until 12:30. No big. Those are the times when her classes (the ones for which I TA) are in session, so I sit in on her first class and then chill out and wait for appointments afterward. What I hate is when, on days like today, she schedules me for 9:30 until 11:00 and then again from 12:00-1:00. I wouldn't mind this, either, except that's a full hour in between the TA and my actual work-work time that I have nothing to do. If I walked back to my dorm, I would only waste fifteen minutes or so that could be spent doing homework or writing or whatever. If I chill out in the Writing Center until twelve, I just get annoyed.

Why can't she just keep my schedule at 9:30-12:30 or change it to 9:30-1:00? I wouldn't mind that. Honest. It's just this hour long gap that kills me.

Ah, well.

Barkley has decided not to hold Senior Workshop today, thus saving my butt (I have yet to write anything decent for that class this semester -- bad me!). It means I owe [livejournal.com profile] vetes3 a dollar, however. Meh. Whatever.

Band auditions are supposed to be held sometime in the near future -- possibly today -- but no one seems to know for sure when in fact they are. Whatever. If I go in for an audition and turn out utterly sucktastic, at least I can blame it on XANA. Everything is his fault.

More on XANA. )

Um. Gerry changed class time today from 6:30 to 6:00 so everyone would be able to go to the erotica reading tonight. I will not be reading (due to a lack of material), but I'm sure it'll be fun. I look forward to hearing [livejournal.com profile] domacatrix read, anyway. >D She has picked some of the most hilarious work, I swear.

...I need to take care of 3am stuff. Hmmm. I should get on that before I forget.

My only other comment right now has to do with a brief moment of stupidity from yesterday. My mother sent me a package of Valentine candy and the like, which included the little chalk hearts, y'know? So I was fiddling with them and I got to one heart that read "IM ME". I frowned at this heart, wondered momentarily if some other letters had been cut off, decided they had not, and then spent a full two minutes trying to figure out what kind of verb "im" was supposed to be. Picture it: me at my desk going "...im... im... im... What's an im? Im..." for far longer than it should have taken me to realize that "IM" was referring to "Instant Message". IM me. *headbash*

I'm not really that stupid, I swear. I just don't work properly sometimes. XANA broke me.

Oh, and: Happy 21 Birthday to [livejournal.com profile] girltrumpeter85!
kageotogi: (hawkfish [kageotogi])
I am, as always, subject to [livejournal.com profile] tir_synni's whims. Last Thursday I told her to write a fic where Roy was trying to write Ed a Valentine. In return, she told me I had to write a fic where Ed wrote one for Roy. Fair enough, right? Yeah. Anyway, if you're interested in reading bad FMA Valentine's fic (mine, not hers. Hers is wonderful, per usual), go check that out.

Sam's Fic: Valentine's Card
My Response: Love Poetry

Other than that, [livejournal.com profile] mortenavida is pissed at me for having spoiled her rotton on Valentine's day -- go figure. ^_~ She'll get over it (eventually), I'm sure, and she has promised she would do something to get revenge or whatever. We'll see.

Ah. For those who didn't know and who are interested, school was closed until five today because a water main broke. We get snow and nothing happens. We get water and BAM! No school. It's great.

That being said, I have an assignment due tomorrow that is going to require more work than I particularly want to give it. *sigh* Ta!
kageotogi: (stinkbaby [kageotogi])
Me: Three sentences down -- 1,298,791,827,937,129,871,133,563 to go!
J-chan: you can't even write that many words x.x

Thanks, Justine. That makes me feel loads better about this essay. ^_~

In other news, Joan and I were in the cafeteria earlier and the following conversation occurred:

Greg: Did you hear Kunkle say that there were only five planets?
Me: Well, there were only five known planets at one point. But yeah. I heard him.
Greg: When were there only five planets?
Me: I don't know. 1482 or something.
Joan: 92, 92, 92!
Me: ...what?
Joan: In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue!
Me: ...we were talking about planets!
Joan: So?
Me: What the fuck are you on?
Joan: *sips drink*

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