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January 24, 2009


First, I'd like to make a note that I really only joined this site to comment on James Franco's site, haha. But after looking around a bit, I've really come to like this site. (Anything is better than Myspace, right?)

I'm not quite sure what to write, but I felt like typing, so I am. It's about 1:50 am right now and I've been doing a bit of reading: Cell by Stephen King. It was either that or the Regulators by Richard Bachman. Both fantastic books that I've read many times.

Here's a sum of how my day went:
8:00 am - Wake up from spending the night at my friend's and lay there waiting for her to wake up.
10:30 am - She finally wakes up and I'm in desperate need of a shower, so I head home.
11:30 am - Leave for some Mexican food.
12:00 pm - Burn my tongue off on some authentic Mexican salsa. (Also, this is when "attack of the pinates" came about: just ask if you wanna know.)
1:00-3:30 pm - [insert numerous thrift stores and numerous comments about how I'm going to live off of thrift stores when I'm older]
3:45 pm - After a long debate between Milk and Slumdog Millionaire, I go to the movies to see the latter.
6:00 pm - Get out from what was possibly one of the best movies I've seen so far.
7:00 pm - Get home.
7:30 pm - Eat some din-din (homemade pizza, can we say "yum"?)
8:00 pm - Ran to Blockbuster and picked up Rattetoui, Diary of the Dead, and Spiderman 3.
9:00 pm - Watched Diary of the Dead.
11:00 pm - Finally got around to putting Spiderman 3 in.
1:00ish am - Finished the movie.

And now here I am. :] And after reading this, I wonder why I talk so proper. Haha. Eh, it's better than writing in text-speak. At least we've got some hope for my generation. Although, a very small amount.

I think that might sum it up for tonight.

P.S. Random acts of kindness. We need more of them. I wanted to buy a book at the store today but didn't have any money, and a guy overheard me say something about that and gave me a few dollars to get it. I didn't want to take the money at first; I thought it was rude. But he insisted and I thanked him and went on my way.

We need more people like that in the world.