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Last Updated 78 Weeks Ago [Nov. 16th, 2008|03:05 am]
The title explains how long it has been. I don't have much to say.

Well...that's a lie. I have a LOT to say, but I'm likely too drunk to do so. I don't know why my mind brought me to LJ tonight, but it did, and you can expect an entry soon. I'm a senior (weird), and there's a lot that needs to be released. Get ready fans (or people that are just bored), I'm going to be on my soapbox soon, and you should prepare to be captivated. Talk to you in the next few days, friends.

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(no subject) [Sep. 24th, 2006|03:12 am]
[mood |rejectedrejected]
[music |Let You Know - Hoobastank]

I just thought that I'd let you know
Being near you is
A gift I only wish I could treasure
But for now I'll sit and wait
I'm still burning though
Thought I'd let you know
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(no subject) [Sep. 12th, 2006|09:54 pm]
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(no subject) [Sep. 12th, 2006|12:18 am]
[Current Location |Escuela]
[mood |confusedconfused]
[music |Miss Murder - AFI]


I'm all talk. It's not as easy to get over her as I thought it would be. Granted, there are some obscure circumstances that cause that to be so. For instance, second night of school, and she is here visiting. Perhaps the extensive two to three hour convos we have every day make it difficult as well. Maybe it is the request she has made for me to visit her at Salve in two weeks. Perhaps it is the Columbus Day 24 marathon she has suggested. Or the visit she is making to UMass again in November. I don't know, but am I crazy for believing that most girls don't act in such a manner just two weeks after telling a guy that they don't want to pursue anything more serious than friendship. Perhaps it is just trying to make it so things are not awkward, but PERSONALLY, if I were in her situation - I'd never want the girl I just shut down to be visiting my dorm. It just doesn't make sense. Most mixed signals I've ever encountered and that's all I get! haha

In better news...

This weekend I am going to New York for the Yanks/Sox game Saturday afternoon and the Jets/Patriots game on Sunday. Pretty pumped about that.
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(no subject) [Aug. 16th, 2006|03:25 am]
[mood |sadsad]

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(no subject) [Jun. 19th, 2006|09:48 pm]
So I think I want to run in a track meet this coming weekend. I'm nowhere near in shape to run to anywhere near my ability, but I love the competition, and I kind of want to see where I am without training for awhile. I figure if I can break a 12.5 100m and a 26 200m, it's impressive for the current shape I am in, haha. I just have an urge to run, and run competitively.

I've been doing the whole substitute teaching thing in Milford. Pretty sick, not gonna lie. I like teaching more than I thought I would going in. There are definitly problem children, and they are a pain in the ass to deal with, but when a class is good, you almost feel rewarded. Good times.

Now I need another job to give me some funds since school has ended. Any ideas? It's times like this that I wish my parents owned a business where they could just hire me, and pay me under the table or something. Oh well.

Overall, I feel pretty good. I've been tired lately, but my mood is good, and I like that.
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List [Jun. 11th, 2006|09:20 pm]
I've started a crazy habit. I am just writing this as a list that I will edit down the road.

Books read this summer:

Angels & Demons by Dan Brown (second time)
State of Fear by Michael Crichton
Disclosure by Michael Crichton
The Closers by Michael Connelly
I Am The Cheese by Robert Cormier
Friday Night Lights by H.G. Bissinger (second time)
Congo by Michael Crichton
Double Play by Robert B. Parker
Deception Point by Dan Brown
Moneyball by Michael Lewis *in progress*
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(no subject) [Jun. 10th, 2006|10:13 pm]
Start me fresh, its summer. I think I've bottled myself up in the past - restricted myself to where I can go and what I can do. Afraid of change. Now all I want is change because the present does not work. I like who I am, but I am not sure I like all the people around me. Its time to surround myself with new people, and those who have stood by me so far. If you're reading this, you're obviously welcome to join me in this journey.

It is time for a summer of fun.

Things on the agenda
-Getting back in track shape
-----I want to run at UMass next year because running is what keeps me at peace. It also motivates pretty much all of my entries in my livejournal since junior year or so. So that is a main goal. After putting on some weight (not just from college, I gained more of it last summer than I did at school), I still find myself running pretty well. The endurance just needs to come back.
-----I want to play as much as possible, with whomever wishes to. In a perfect world, there would be a summer frisbee league. You know how there are summer basketball leagues, or Legion Baseball? That could be the frisbee league. Bunch of different towns participate and compete - I like it.
-----The hookup thing happens. If it does, it does. I don't see myself exactly resisting it, but the ultimate goal here is a relationship. Something a little more concrete. All the girls I find myself falling for are for whatever reason "unattainable". Not a low self-esteem issue, but they are all either taken, bitches, or asexual. Maybe all of the above. Maybe I send out a signal, that is subconcious? Like, a subliminal message saying "Stay away". Who knows, haha. But like I said, I just want to meet a girl who is fun to spend time with. I'm sick of being tossed around like yesterdays garbage by the girls I like. Even if I tell them how I feel, I don't get a straight answer. I mean WTF! haha
-Hanging out with my close friends
-----I complain in my LJ, its never a positive thing. But I do have some great friends. I mentioned them an entry or two ago. Those are the people I want to spend my time with and wreak havoc. And besides them, I want to make new friends. Possibly through something like the aforementioned Frisbee. Also, meeting new friends could lead to meeting new female friends, which could lead to a female companion. We shall see.
-Trip to Florida
-----If you know me, you know I love me some Florida. August!
-Trip to New York
-----Prolly going to visit a friend or two from school in Mid-July with Matty El.
-Trip to Idaho (??)
-----Way too expensive to visit Idaho, but I'd like to see if it is possible to win on the blue.

To everyone: I'm home. Cell's usually on. give me a buzz and we'll do something. I'll bring the frisbee. And then? Introduce me to your friends, haha.

That is all.

Signing off,
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Oh, Life [Apr. 3rd, 2006|02:45 am]
[mood |disappointeddisappointed]
[music |"Be Somebody" - 3 Doors Down]

It's been far too long since I wrote a journal entry. I am pretty sure nobody even reads these things anymore, but sometimes it is just better when you write rather than just think to yourself.

Sorry this was so long...but thanks.
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(no subject) [Nov. 22nd, 2005|04:02 pm]
Does the fact that the Red Sox traded Hanley Ramirez and Anibel Sanchez give anyone else the eery sense that this could follow in the footsteps of Anderson for Bagwell or Boddicker for Anderson/Schilling? When the Sox traded, they traded their excess 3B (Bagwell), because they already had Scott Cooper and Tim Naehring.

Note this potential comparison:

Papelbon ---> Naehring
Lester ---> Cooper
Sanchez ---> Bagwell

Then trading Hanley Ramirez, the guy that made it okay to trade Nomar, is included as well. Note Hanley is about 6'5 (remind you of any recent AL MVPs that recently converted from SS to 3B?)

Josh Beckett is broken down...(to be continued when I get home from school)
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