Monthly Archives: January 2005

Resignation to Reality

There’s no way I can do it. I’m not Bovard, I’m not god, hell, I’m not even a good student. So to think that I could take 19 credit hours, work 20 hours a week, and still maintain something of … Continue reading

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Still a bad student.

Ah. Second semester. It finds me sitting at work, killing time on the internet, and wrestling with the realization that my study habit haven’t improved a bit. There are two facinating books full of assigned reading that are sitting all … Continue reading

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To a close: week two

In two hours, I’ll hop into my car with Sagar in order to get him to the Billings airport by 4:30AM to catch his 6:30AM flight. It’s been a wild two weeks– I moved in with Sagar almost exactly two … Continue reading

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MTA 218 – Tokyo-Ga

I just finished my first International Film & Television class, and all I can say is that I’m excited for the weeks to come. In addition to having interesting subject material, the class is being taught by an articulate and … Continue reading

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For Deposit Only

This is not an auspicious start to the semester. It’s Wednesday morning, and I have my first day of class in about 8 hours. In spite of this, I’m sitting in front of my computer, whittling away the hours until … Continue reading

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Winter Break Best Moments

1. Wrestling with Chester. He’s developed such a personality and I so very much enjoyed the times I had over break to just play with and enjoy him. He’s scared of a corner of the kitchen, will try to sit … Continue reading

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Dead and Gone to Dust

Today was a wonderful day. Although originally scheduled to leave for Denver at 8:00AM to go see a few movies, Sagar and I ended up getting up around 11:30– just enough time to get up, shower, and make it to … Continue reading

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Hey, RIAA…

My friends rock. In the last hour, we’ve transferred what’s likely to be over 15gb of MP3s to and from our respective computers– perhaps more. It’s fun to realize that, since two of our computers are on a wireless network, … Continue reading

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Saw (4/5 stars)

4/5 Stars Don’t get me wrong–Saw is not a “good” movie in terms of cinematic value. But for a horror movie? Saw is nothing short of entertainment gold. For its capacity to mortify, to disturb, and the make the audience … Continue reading

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L.A. Trip

Photos:http://www.eateggs.com/photos/05.01.14.los.angeles/ Day 4 – January 2, 2005In all of Cheyenne, I have only one shoe. I have another shoe, too, but that’s about 350 miles from here, along the Utah-Wyoming border. Sad. Anyhow. Things are over and done. We switched … Continue reading

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