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muziklova5
muziklova5
Kate
Wed, Feb. 23rd, 2005 03:54 pm

All males should take my friend Jacob's survey. His original post, which includes the neccessarily elaborate visual aides, can be found here.

*Note: Please indicate only ONE urinal and whether or not you would be comfortable*

Poll #443103 To pee or not to pee?

Stall #1 - Which Urinal - Comfortable/Uncomfortable

A
0(0.0%)
B
0(0.0%)
C
0(0.0%)
D
0(0.0%)
E
0(0.0%)
F
0(0.0%)
Y
0(0.0%)
N
0(0.0%)

Stall #2 - Which Urinal - Comfortable/Uncomfortable

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0(0.0%)
B
0(0.0%)
C
0(0.0%)
D
0(0.0%)
E
0(0.0%)
F
0(0.0%)
Y
0(0.0%)
N
0(0.0%)

Stall #3 - Which Urinal - Comfortable/Uncomfortable

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0(0.0%)
B
0(0.0%)
C
0(0.0%)
D
0(0.0%)
E
0(0.0%)
F
0(0.0%)
Y
0(0.0%)
N
0(0.0%)

Stall #4 - Which Urinal - Comfortable/Uncomfortable

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0(0.0%)
B
0(0.0%)
C
0(0.0%)
D
0(0.0%)
E
0(0.0%)
F
0(0.0%)
Y
0(0.0%)
N
0(0.0%)

Stall #5 - Which Urinal - Comfortable/Uncomfortable

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0(0.0%)
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C
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D
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E
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F
0(0.0%)
Y
0(0.0%)
N
0(0.0%)

Stall #6 - Which Urinal - Comfortable/Uncomfortable

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0(0.0%)
B
0(0.0%)
C
0(0.0%)
D
0(0.0%)
E
0(0.0%)
F
0(0.0%)
Y
0(0.0%)
N
0(0.0%)

Stall #7 - Which Urinal - Comfortable/Uncomfortable

A
0(0.0%)
B
0(0.0%)
C
0(0.0%)
D
0(0.0%)
E
0(0.0%)
F
0(0.0%)
Y
0(0.0%)
N
0(0.0%)

Stall #8 - Which Urinal - Comfortable/Uncomfortable

A
0(0.0%)
B
0(0.0%)
C
0(0.0%)
D
0(0.0%)
E
0(0.0%)
F
0(0.0%)
Y
0(0.0%)
N
0(0.0%)

Stall #9 - Which Urinal - Comfortable/Uncomfortable

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0(0.0%)
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0(0.0%)
C
0(0.0%)
D
0(0.0%)
E
0(0.0%)
F
0(0.0%)
Y
0(0.0%)
N
0(0.0%)

Stall #10 - Which Urinal - Comfortable/Uncomfortable

A
0(0.0%)
B
0(0.0%)
C
1(50.0%)
D
0(0.0%)
E
0(0.0%)
F
0(0.0%)
Y
0(0.0%)
N
0(0.0%)

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muziklova5
muziklova5
Kate
Wed, Feb. 16th, 2005 11:58 am

Bluegrass music has to be the saddest music ever. Examples:

I cry awake at night and hug my pillow
And pray that I will die before I wake
No such luck
Another day of cryin'
Don't know how much more my old heart can break
Flooded with these memories and emotions
The tears like rain keep on falling down
They say that I'll forget
But my face is just as wet
As it was the day you left this town

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I feel like a flower unwanted in spring
Alone and neglected, transplanted in vain
To a garden of sadness where my petals will fall
In the shadow of undying pain


Jesus fucking christ, I love this music.

Current Mood: just woke up

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muziklova5
muziklova5
Kate
Sun, Feb. 13th, 2005 04:25 pm

Today is a very slow day. Sickness and exhaustion from last night linger over me and make it feel almost impossible to accomplish anything. I do have a quiz tomorrow, but I figure that I can study later - Sundays can be either a blessing or a curse in the way that they can seem to linger on forever, and tonight I need the extra sense of time.

Despite sickness, I went to C Street for the first time in forever last night, and ended up having a great time. If you ask me, the music selection was only so-so, but the crowd was pretty decent - maybe even 40% female! Plus lots of people came. So yeah, good times all around. Unfortunately, Cute Girl From Class was not there....maybe next time?

Felt like shit when I woke up this morning - perhaps watching Bevis and Butthead well into 4:00 am was not the best plan. Regardless, I guess I have accomplished some things so far today - you may remember this post, where I mentioned that I let the refrigerator mold over Well, after a month of semi-consistent Lysol attacks and acquiring the proper materials, I started the process of actually cleaning/disinfecting the thing. I took out all the shelves and drawers and stuff and washed them in the shower with these bleach wipes. So now I'm half-way done! The job was so gross I decided to save the cleaning/disinfecting of the actual interior of the refrigerator for another time...hopefully in the coming week. I am not lazy, I swear.

Current Mood: tired, but happy

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muziklova5
muziklova5
Kate
Sun, Feb. 6th, 2005 02:48 am

February is the Monday of months.

Current Mood: poetic

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muziklova5
muziklova5
Kate
Thu, Feb. 3rd, 2005 10:11 am
I had a dream that Roger had these gross shoulder-length, blonde/orange dreadlocks and everybody thought it looked good excluding me. The girl I have a crush on even loved them. And, he was skinny skinny skinny. I saw him and a bunch of other people as we were standing outside an apartment complex, wating to be let in by these official tour guide people who would let us in the security door and take us to our friends' apartments. I was glad to be let in first.

I don't know what kind of insane insecurity leads to such a dream, but if anyone would like to interpret, feel free. All I know is, it bothered me enough to prevent me going to sleep again, which NEVER happens.

Current Mood: disconcerted

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muziklova5
muziklova5
Kate
Wed, Feb. 2nd, 2005 12:22 pm
Why am I so easily manipulated by random emotional scenes on channel 2? Usually, these are movies I've never seen and have little to no context for.

Why is it so easy to obsess over exes? Especially when you never really had the chance to get close to them in the first place.

What is with this iPod shuffle thing?. Really - somebody explain the allure.

And who the fuck tries to sell her wedding dress on eBay using her young son as a model? I mean, he's cute and all...but the bustier picture is a bit much.

Current Mood: pensive pensive

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muziklova5
muziklova5
Kate
Mon, Jan. 31st, 2005 01:56 am

It's almost one o'clock. Historicallly, this is the time when I decide whether to stay up and do the rest of my work or go to bed, wake up and "do it in the morning". So what do I decide to do? Update my LiveJournal for the first time in weeks :).

Life is pretty good. It's interesting and at the same time boring as hell. It's busy yet stagnant. I say this because I like some of my classes and I am actually trying to do a good job of keeping up with the readings and lectures. This means that I am doing a significantly larger amount of work (and learning significantly more) than normal. Even still, I feel like my life experience is waning a bit now. I may know about African American women's history and Queer Studies, but I haven't learned anything new about myself in a while.

Tonight, as I was somewhat bemoaning my current state of events, I began to think about how my life was this time last year. In many ways, I was the exact same person; however, as I realized just this evening, this was also the time in which I started to shift away from the negativity of my first year of college. Last fall through spring, I invested a significant amount of time with a small group of friends who turned out to be interested only in themselves and each other. These people took the meat of my support and companionship and met it with crusts of attention and friendship. Today I cannot justify to myself the amount of time I allowed these people to be selfish and hateful towards me. Perhaps it was the uncertainty of my first year of college, where I was afraid that I would be left alone and anonymous. Regardless, for a long time I allowed myself to be strung along with such people who were so unconcerned as to my wellbeing.

Waking up to and walking away from this negative influence was scary at first, but overwhelmingly liberating. Not since my involvement with this party have I experienced the same anxiety, fear, and acute lonliness I knew in their presence. This alone has been a godsend. More importantly, however, I learned that, although anybody has the potential to be my friend, nobody deserves my friendship unless they prove it first. I am friends with people because they show me love and support and demonstrate a vested interest in my personal growth, nurturement, and wellbeing - not the other way around.

It is this life lesson that has enabled me to come back to school this year feeling in many ways stronger, happier, and better than ever before. I feel empowered and enlightened and emboldened. Like a stronger, smarter Kate. As to the group I eventually left behind - I get the distinct impression that they are also very much the exact same people that they were last year. I wish them well, at the same time knowing that I owe them nothing.

I don''t know what compells me to log any of these feelings except the fact that they have been lying dormant and unexpressed for a long time now. Anyway, it makes me feel better about the currently stagnant feel I get from life right now - the contemplation that, in such relatively short time I have been able to, in some ways, really turn my perspective and life around.

Current Mood: hopeful hopeful

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muziklova5
muziklova5
Kate
Tue, Jan. 18th, 2005 02:15 am
I've moved to Champaign again. I coped with the transition by hibernating in my room - it actually worked in making me more comfortable and at ease than in years past. In addition to the usual anxiety I face at the beginning ot each semester, I was kind of worried about this particular move back. I often find that I feel lonely and isolated when I come back to school, and I knew it wouldn't help that I have to come back single. I'm getting pretty sick of being single, but I just try and tell myself with this semester can come new opportunities.

I am pleased to report that the dorm room remains at a consistent grode level. I may have taken the beyond-dirty dishes home and washed them, but in their place is the now-molded refrigerator left over from defrosting. Amusement ensues.

I'm supposed to sleep now...

Current Mood: hopeful hopeful

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muziklova5
muziklova5
Kate
Thu, Jan. 6th, 2005 12:22 am

Corinne just called me by her dog's name....I don't really know what to make of that :P

In other news, I hate snow. I just have absolutely no use for cold, wet things...ever. And, it leaves me homebound and bored out of my mind.

Oooh! My town has a yarn store! It's family owned and like 5 blocks away from my house! I plan on going tomorrow with my mom and guilting her into paying for all sorts of expensive fibers...maybe even a sweater's worth. Because I seriously have not pumped them for enough cash this break.

Current Mood: random

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muziklova5
muziklova5
Kate
Wed, Jan. 5th, 2005 02:30 am

Scratch that, I guess I don't have a boyfriend.

Maybe in four years I'll date someone for another 3 weeks.

I'm going to try really hard to keep this in perspective.

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