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27th October 2004
you know what i realized, as much as i hate to let go, i have to. people change over 4 years, i know i've changed. all we're doing is being friends with people out of habit, not because we really want to. it's sad that we're friends with who we're friends with only by default. i wish that things could be the way they once were, but i dont think thats possible, nor will it ever be, so what im saying is i think i have to let go of that notion that things could be like that. we have like what, 8 months left, if that, so who cares. once we leave glen ridge, itll be over, we know who well forget, and who well stay in contact with, and i guess thats what matters. :
i dont know why, but everything has completely fall apart recently, and i cant handle it. i feel like i have less than 5 friends in this school, and its completely tearing me apart. i feel like i've been dumped, and left behind, and i dont even know why. maybe im being jealous, i dont know but i dont care either. it feels like everythings piled up over the past three years, and everyones so weird. i hate it. sometimes i just want to sit down with a bottle of vodka and drink it, so that i wont remember any of this exists, because it sucks to be honest. senior year is horrible. i wish i could leave this school now forever, and never come back because most of the people here feel like they have some sort of entitlement, like theyre better than other people, but guess what they suck. In reality, people may think they have it rough, but they have no idea. what are they gunna do when they get to college, maybe drop out or overdose, i dont really give a fuck either way. if this is too much stress, college will be worse. i just dont know. people have changed so much. i wish we could go back to seventh grade when all we had to worry about was which boy we thought we liked that day. it just makes me sick to see what people have become. i wonder what their parents would think if they knew. actually i know what they would think, theyd be just as disgusted as i am. :
16th September 2004
this is now only my selling journal. if i post anything different, it will be in my myspace so look
there. i sell the cuffs for 10$ each :
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11th September 2004
ummm idk i really want this shirt from www.dangerousbreed.net. would someone like to buy it for me. its 30$. : http://www.girlshop.com/shop/girls/d
thats it. i want it in olive though. so um please?
8th September 2004
so... im freaking out basically. i just hate school and stuff in general. so today we had our first senior class meeting whatever, so we talked about stuff like college n fun stuff. so today i was regestering for the october sats, and it had a place to put where you want to send your scores to. so i asked my mom and shes like are you really really sure you want to go to parsons. do you want to go to scad or risd or somewhere else and im like yeah im sure im sure. so i like go to eat dinner and my mom tells me about the scad catalogue that came today so i liiked at it. it looks ok. i can do better fashion illustrations than some of the people in the catalogue but ok. but im freaked out. what if i dont get into parsons. im a horrible drawer i think. i decided to draw tonight. and it wasnt too good. my self portrait ended up looking like a transvestite. ok. :
18th August 2004
please those who can vote, don't vote for bush
Spread around the internet as much as possible :
Bush to reinstate military draft June 15, 2005
from The Alta, California Bulletin newspaper
Legislation is quietly making its way through the US Congress that will re-establish the military draft on June 15, 2005 if Bush is reelected. Under the plan, women and homosexuals will be included in the draft. Twin bills S 89 and HR 163 will set up a mandatory military draft for individuals to serve overseas. $28 million in additional funding has been added to the 2004 Selective Service System budget to prepare for the draft. The pentagon has also quietly begun a public campaign to fill all 10,350 draft board positions and 11,070 appeals board positions nationwide. The US Selective Service confirms this as true.
Congressional twin bills S. 89 and HR 163 together are called the Universal National Service Act. According to the act, it is "to provide for the common defense by requiring that all young persons ages 18 through 26 in the United States, including women, perform a period of military service or a period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, and for other purposes." The active bills are currently awaiting final approval by the Armed Services Committee.
Dodging the draft will be more difficult than it was during the Vietnam War. College and Canada will not be options for today's youth. In December 2001, Canada and the U.S. signed a "smart border declaration," which could be used to keep would-be draft dodgers in the U.S. The declaration was signed by Canada's minister of foreign affairs, John Manley, and U.S. Homeland Security director, Tom Ridge. The declaration involves a 30-point plan which implements, among other things, a "pre-clearance agreement" of people entering and departing each country. Reforms aimed at making the draft more equitable along gender and class lines also eliminates higher education as a shelter. Underclassmen would only be able to postpone service until the end of their current semester. Seniors would have only until the end of the academic year.
GET THAT VIOLENT, WAR-MONGERING COWBOY OUT OF OFFICE NOW!!