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December 31st, 2006


I read an article once about what type of sunglasses you should buy according to the shape of your face. It had pictures of a round face, a square face, and oval face, and a heart face I think, and what shape lenses to buy according to your type. Anyone ever heard of this or know what I'm talking about? If you have any information or have read the article could you let me know? BTW, I have a round face, so I'd be asking for suggestions based on that.

September 5th, 2006


OK, well, I was going to go on here to ask for suggestions about something, but then I realized it only has to do with Flagler college, but hell, I'll try anyway. We had our first PRSSA (public relations student society of america) meeting this evening, and we were trying to come up with an idea for an event or two to hold on campus, that we could promote (because that's what we do...we promote and publicize), that we could actually get students to come out to. What would interest students enough to make them participate?

Things to consider:

-it needs to be on campus
-it can't involve alcohol
-we would need to raise money in some way
-it needs to be exciting enough to pull in people who live off campus too

How would we raise money? What charity or organization do you believe the proceeds should go to?

List of things we were talking about doing:

-a dance
-a cancer walk
-halloween movie night

For those of you who aren't familiar with Flagler College, it's a realtively small campus with about 2,000 students, and it's a dry campus, no inter-dorm vistitation between girls and guys, and is full of artsy, laid back beach people.


July 6th, 2006


I always have a hard time finding books that I really like, and that's probably why I dont' read as much as I want tom well besides lack of time and bleh de bleh bleh.

Anyway, here are some of my favorite books, and I'd like suggestions of books I may like.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime by Mark Haddon
Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden
The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
Tripmaster Monkey by Maxine Hong Kingston
Geisha, a Life by Mineko Iwasaki
Hairstyles of the Damned by Joe Meno
Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
the Oz series by L. Frank Baum

And if it helps, here's some books I absolutely hated

Return of the Native by Thomas Hardy
Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
A Collection of Beauties by Whitney Otto
Pandora by Anne Rice

I tend to like books that take place in the time period as the time it was written. You can tell. Of course, the exception was Memoirs of a Geisha because it was very well written and somethingt that I knew nothing about the first time I read it. I don't like series of books usually, Oz being an exception because they are easy reads that don't take too long. I haven't read many fantasies because they generally don't interest me. See, I like stories that are real and relatable, and you can either have a fiction that could actaully happen, or you can have something really creative but not too fantastical. I like stories with good and believable character development. Any suggestions?

July 2nd, 2006

from Seventeen Magazine:

1) Take a road trip
2) Learn to play an instrument
3) Go skinny dipping
4) Save $1,000
5) Know your grandparents
6) Buy a lottery ticket
7) Win an award
8) say "I Love You"
9) learn to drive a stick shift
10) milk a cow
11) forgive someone
12) have your fortune told
13) Go to a drive-in (theater)
14) Do your own laundry
15) Ride a horse
16) Donate your formal dresses
17) See the ocean
18) Waitress at least once
19) See at least one thing that is "the world largest"
20) Leave the country
21) Learn to love your body

I'd really like to do these things. I'm going to take this very seriously and try to accomplish it all. Except for the waitressing one. I'd like to replace that one with something else. Does anyone have any suggestions (especially people who are 21 or older) as to what YOU'D recommend doing before turning 21? FYI, I'll turn 20 in October, so I have a little over a year to accomplish everything. Thanks!
This is a list of 40 jobs listed in the book "100 Bullshit Jobs and How to Get Them"

1) allergist
2) aquarium cleaner for the rich
3) aromatherapist
4) back up dancer
5) blogger
6) celebrity stylist
7) cheese artisan
8) closet organizer
9) computer game tester
10) critic
11) diet doctor
12) dolphin trainer
13) economist
14) "escort"
15) feng shui consultant
16) funeral director
17) handwriting analyst
18) HMO Healthcare professional
19) human billboard
20) insurance broker
21) lawyer
22) online minister
23) meteorologist on TV
24) mogul/rock star/ celebrity ex
25) personal trainer
26) pet psychic
27) poet
28) poker teacher
29) politician
30) post-modern artist
31) Right wing radio talk-show host
32) road kill collector
33) Rock Star
34) Road Journalist
35) the guy who says your car will be running by noon
36) university administrators
37) velvet rope nazis
38) Vice President of the United States
39) xerox repairman
40) yoga franchiser

Does anyone have any suggestions for other jobs/occupations they can think of that would fall under this "bull-shit" category? Again, this is just for fun.

June 27th, 2006

Does anyone know how to filter something so only one person sees what I have to say? I'd appreciate a quick response as possible. Thanks.

June 26th, 2006


llama face
Not requesting suggestions but rather offering a similar tool at:

June 24th, 2006


Here's some people and bands I like

30 Seconds to Mars
The Killers
Brand New
Simon and Garfunkle
Fall Out Boy
All American Rejects
The Servant
Dismemberment Plan
Joe Hisaishi

and I also like 90s rock, Mozart's requiems, and stuff

Does anyone reccomend some bands or songs or whatever I might like? I'd really like to get into a big music discussion.

Current favorite song right now= Dream Awake by The Frames

June 22nd, 2006


So I have, well, I'm going to eventually have 4 collages I would like to get laminated or protected in some other way. I have two right now, and I'm also working on two others. I am still pricing lamination with various places. Kinkos was $30 per square inch! So I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions as to any other way besides lamination I could protect my collages. Or, if you can think of anywhere besides Staples, Office Max, or Office Depot to do lamination let me know. I'm also getting prices from local places here too. Thank you!

June 15th, 2006


Ok, so I finally thought of something legitimate to ask about...so I bike ride at least 4 times a week. I listen to my I-Pod while I ride to make it more fun, but when I get tired of my music, I'm less inclined to go, besides, I'd like to do something else besides ride my bike all the time you know? I like swimming, but I don't have access to a pool all that regularly. I'm not that big on running, but I do power walk. I can't afford to go to a gym. Suggestions on exercise methods, please and thank you!
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