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Go to your music player of choice and put it on shuffle.
Say the following questions aloud, and press play. Use the song titles that come up to answer each question. NO CHEATING!



How does the world see me?
Crazy - Gnarls Barkley

Will I have a happy life?
Try Your Best - Kaiser Chiefs

What do people really think of me?
My Delirium - Ladyhawke

Do people secretly lust after me?
Can't Buy Me Love - Vitamin String Quartet

How can I make myself happy?
I'm on a Boat - The Lonely Island

What should I do with my life?
Feel Good Inc. - Gorillaz

Will I ever have children?
I'm So Tired - The Beatles

What is some good advice for me?
Cold Shoulder - Adele

What do I think my current theme song is?
Saturdays - Cut Copy

What does everyone else think my current theme song is?
Ageless Beauty - Stars

What type of men/women do I like?
I've Got a Feeling - The Beatles

What is my day (tomorrow) going to be like?
Nobody Told Me - John Lennon

Why am I here?
Isn't It a Pity - George Harrison

What will people remember me for?
Don't Stop Believing - Journey

What song will I get stuck in my head tomorrow?
Knights of Cydonia - Muse
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Well I made it through my first full week of work. It went well. I was a bit worn out by Friday, but part of that is work, being a full time student/worker (I was part time last year), dealing with BPA stuff, and starting medical coding.

I'm still happy that all the teachers on our end of the building like me. =)

I also found out Thursday that I'm Student of the Month for October. =)

In other news... saw Wolverine last night. Oh so many things to make me rage (what the hell was the point in hyping up the cast when they all lasted about 10 minutes?) And don't even get me started on Deadpool... or even Emma Frost for that matter (and I don't even care for Emma.) Naked Hugh Jackman made up for a lot though. A lot.

Spent the other night watching clips from Beatles: Rock Band and holy wow that is one pretty game. The presentation is just gorgeous. I think my favorite that I saw is Hello Goodbye because they put in the silly dancing. Oh the silly dancing...

I just realized I didn't talk about the VMAs and I feel I should at least mention that I had a giant, goofy smile on my through Muse's entire performance. I thought it was awesome and I love that they kept going and played for the people who were at their venue. (Though MTV teasing Starlight was a bitch move.)

I'm also stupidly excited for the Emmys tonight. I blame Neil Patrick Harris. I hope he knocks it out of the park. (I also want to see Hugh Laurie get some love tonight...)

And speaking of Hugh Laurie... House season premiere is tomorrow night. I'm looking forward to seeing what they do with the asylum, but I really only care about what's gonna happen after that. I sense massive amounts of Wilson goodness coming my way soon and that always, always makes me happy.
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This just in: The Resistance is amazing.

Sure a couple of tracks are a little weak, but the strong tracks more than make up for them. And sure the sound has is different, but when have they ever sounded the same from album to album? There's always a change.

All in all... great album. Might just give Absolution a run for it's money as my favorite in the long run.

I just hope we don't have to wait another three years for the next one.
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Okay... so... random babble time...

I have a confession to make... I spent roughly the first 24.3 years of my life not being a fan of The Beatles.

I didn't hate them or anything like that. They just weren't my thing. I knew who they were. I knew what they did. I knew what happened to them. I knew why they were important. I could name all four of them. If I were ever randomly called up by a radio station and asked to name a dozen Beatles songs off the top of my head I could probably do it without thinking. I was enough of a passing fan to be interested in the idea of The Beatles: Rock Band. But I just didn't get it.

Then a few days ago VH1 did it's usual Rock Band thing and went into promotion overload. Suddenly it was Beatles songs mixed in with the morning video blocks and VH1 Classic jumped into the arms of Beatlemania by doing "9 Days of The Beatles" where they're showing movies, makings of, concerts, and whatnot.

Last Tuesday they showed Help!. I decided to watch it.

I wasn't expecting to like it. I was just expecting to have something fill my time for two hours while I wait for the fall television season to cure my evening boredom. But somewhere between the scene where Ringo falls out of bed and when they sing "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away" I was hooked. I suddenly got "it." I got what everyone else had been getting all these years. I don't know what it was exactly, but I was left with a feeling of completely missing out on something for a very long time.

After that I took to VH1 Classic's Beatlemania like it was my own. I was watching every night. I started listening to the music. It was within record time that I completely and totally fell in love with this band and instantly became heartbroken knowing what happened to them.

And now less than a week (and 300+ plays) into my own personal (and VH1 Classic's) Beatlemaina... I have to say I'm quite enjoying it. I don't know if I have a favorite Beatle yet. Though I do seem to be quite partial to George... and John... and Ringo... and Paul...
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[Error: unknown template qotd]According to my iPod I think it's "Jesus" by Gackt
According to my last.fm profile it's "Love Lockdown" by Kanye West

I don't know if I'm happy with either of those...

Also I'm highly tempted to make a long, rambling post on music one of these days...
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So I signed up to do work-study at school. Basically it means I drop back to half-time in class and spend the other three hours working at the school. I'll mainly be doing teacher help, but there are times when I might be put in the office to help out. I won't start till sometime after the board meeting on the 8th though.

Class is going good. I've finished two chapters and did a two day medical office simulation and I'm currently in the middle of my first bit of transcription. Both morning and afternoon classes have filled up, but so far everyone seems really eager to do stuff. I've already had one new girl say she's interested in competing at state.

We also had elections for our BPA chapter. Since our class is technically two classes (morning and afternoon) we do two sets of officers. I was elected President for the afternoon class (since I'll be working in the mornings.) I'm really excited about it. I've never held an office in anything before so it's slightly nerve-wracking. Thankfully our teacher is awesome and I'm also good friends with the morning president (in fact we sit right next to each other.)

I gave blood on Thursday. This was the first time I've done it since high school. I got a t-shirt and tickets to the OKC zoo which I gave to a lady in class who has little ones at home.

In other news... Saw the season finale of Being Human last night. I really like how the series turned out overall. I think it's my new favorite vampire/fantasy TV series. George is easily my new favorite werewolf.

Still counting down the days till The Resistance comes out and I'm still on Muse overload. I do enjoy the Matt wallpaper on my computer at school though. It's very spiffy. Speaking of spiffy things... even if you don't like Muse you have to admit the shuffle dance is quite spiffy. Just look at that timing.

Oh and I finally broke 100 wpm typing speed~.
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I got a call from my teacher today telling me that I made in this year and that classes start on the 12th. I actually get to go full time this year which means I'll actually have time to work on stuff. I'm looking forward to telling everyone how Nationals went and start the poking early to get people wanting to go next year.

I watched The Soloist and Sense and Sensibility last night. The Soloist wasn't bad. I admit that I was mostly on board for Robert Downey, Jr. and he did not disappoint. Sense and Sensibility was very good. I watched the 1995 version with Emma Thompson and Alan Rickman. I'm not huge on Alan Rickman usually, but UNF I say... UNF. Loved Hugh Laurie as Mr. Palmer.

On the True Blood front I'm up through episode five of season two. Jason has officially become my favorite character. I was won over when he turned and looked out the window after what's-his-face said "there's a war going on out there." And "Evil is the premedicated choice to be a dick." might just be the best line ever. I'm planning on being caught up soon and then it's onto 30 Rock.

Also Muse's new single is awesome. I cannot wait for September.
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1. Music Player > Shuffle
2. Take first line of 20 songs
3. Make poem

Reach out and touch faith
I want you to remember
Darling you've got to let me know
Who is the man I see

Well I've been watching
I see you blowing me a kiss
Words like violence
He told me I was worth it

Repress and restrain
Baby can't you see
You'll find it hiding in the shadows
Love, love is a verb

If there's a way that you could be everything you want to be
Only the truth
In my perfect isolation
Sometimes I've got to

I look and stare so deep into your eyes
Revenge is not a good thing, Lilly
My hands are searching for you
Don't lie to me

Song List )
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1. Put your iTunes, Windows Media Player, mp3 player, etc. on shuffle.
2. For each question, press the next button to get your answer.
3. YOU MUST WRITE THAT SONG NAME DOWN NO MATTER HOW SILLY IT SOUNDS.
4. Tag 15 friends
5. Everyone tagged has to do the same thing.
6. Have Fun!

Done with iTunes and last.fm radio since iTunes can't shuffle for beans. (And also cause I'm bored.)

snip )
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[Error: unknown template qotd]I got spontaneously hugged once, but I've never started it. I'm too afraid of being punched.

I'm not ashamed to admit that I teared up during Obama's speech yesterday. It's kind of nice to have a president I actually want to listen to when he speaks for a change.

And Now for some links of stuff I've enjoyed lately...

Clearly we learned nothing from the Street Fighter: The Movie: The Game (you know the one that was kinda Mortal Kombat-ish in terms of graphics and made you want to cry?) since we now have Dragonball: The Movie: The Game! Just what I always wanted!

PV for Gackt's new single, GHOST - I don't even know where to start... I do enjoy the song though. The b-side of the single was pretty good too.

This House parody made me smile.

Also I've been thinking about signing up for Twitter, but I'm not sure I want to...
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TEN AWESOME THINGS ACCORDING TO ME: 2008 EDITION
(In no order cause I suck at that.)
  • Going back to school (and actually liking it!)
  • Discovering House
  • Rediscovering my love of comics
  • Viva la Vida
  • Iron Man (and Robert Downey Jr.'s comeback in general)
  • Finally reading Good Omens
  • Late night shows going it without writers during the strike (I could watch the Conan, Colbert, and Stewart fight all day.)
  • I still have muh Kitty.
  • Reborn! getting awesome again...
  • Making it through a really shitty year

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