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Saturday, September 21, 2002

Counting Crows cliches or stuff they always put in their songs (No particular order):
1. going home or leaving
2. the rain
3. Elizabeth
4. time wasted/time passing
5. the atmosphere/sky
6. dreams
7. sleeping
8. being alone
9. friends going/friends leaving
10. wanting to be something

Friday, September 20, 2002

It's old but you can still read it. It's a blog by His Excellency The Shrub.

A downward spiral is where I'm about to go off to. And the bloody Counting Crows album I bought is what's giving me this fucking depression.

It's Friday again and here's the friday five.

1. Would you say that you're good at keeping in touch with people?
I think so. I usually call friends up and end up talking about heppy memories (which is pathetic!). I'm usually the one who keeps up with what's happening to people so I can update others about them (even more pathetic actually!).

2. Which communication method do you usually prefer/use: e-mail, telephone, snail mail, blog comments, or meeting in person? Why?
I like to use the phone. I love e-mail too. As for meeting people in person, I only do that with people I like.

3. Do you have an instant messenger program? How many? Why/why not? How often do you use it?
I used to have the works: AOL, MSN, Yahoo, ICQ, and some other thing whose name I currently can't remember. Now I only use ICQ and I use it sparingly.

4. Do most of your close friends live nearby or far away?
Most of them live nearby but I never get to see them because I'm busy with school and work.

5. Are you an "out of sight, out of mind" person, or do you believe that "distance makes the heart grow fonder"?
I think it depends on who the person we're talking about is. I'm always in the "out of sight, out of mind" mode about people at work, not because I hate them but because I see them everyday as it is and I think it's a bit too much to still be thinking about them when I'm elsewhere. I'm in the "absence makes the heart grow fonder" mode with the friends I made in college. Mostly though, I'm an "out of sight, out of mind" person because I'm not the sentimental and caring type.

Close your eyes when you're watching John Mayer sing. Trust me, the experience will be a lot better. He does something weird with his lips when he's singing and it (the lip action) makes him look like a pouting duck (if there's such a thing). It does not look good at all.

Thursday, September 19, 2002

Bad trip. I didn't catch the movie. Apparently, it was already moved to the Cultural Center of the Philippines, which was two hours (because of the traffic) away from the Shangri-La Plaza Mall (where I went). This experiences reinforces the importance of reading the fine print.
PS, if you saw a lunatic running toward Shangri-La yesterday at about 6:00 pm, that was me.

Wednesday, September 18, 2002

And what's more, I'll be seeing Masanobu Ando, my favorite Japanese actor. I think he's the lead actor in the movie.

Time off from school. I'll be doing something really irresponsible tonight: I'm sneaking out of school to watch Adrenaline Drive.

Read the review here.

Monday, September 16, 2002

Something for the ears. I'm currently listening to Belle and Sebastian's This is just a modern rock song and Ben Lee's Tornadoes at work. These songs make the fact that I'm just here slaving away a bit more bearable.


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