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Hello! Iím just an average 19 year old otaku. Iím in college now ( ^_^) studying Biology. MyO is a place where I can k.i.t. with friends, new and old. Iím always willing to meet someone new. I also love to write and draw. Some of my backgrounds are my own drawings. I have a long way to go to perfect my art ^^í. Anyway, enjoy and donít forget to sign my GB! I promise to sign yours too and comment as many times as I can!
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"The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources. "
--Albert Einstein
"Creative minds have always been known to survive any kind of bad training. "
--Anna Freud (1895-1982)
"For a creative writer possession of the truth is less important than emotional sincerity. "
--George Orwell (1903-1950) English novelist, critic
"Imagination is more important than knowledge. "
~~ Albert Einstein
The empires of the future are empires of the mind.
WINSTON CHURCHILL
Writing is a socially acceptable form of schizophrenia.
* E. L. Doctorow (i agree with this one^_^)

Anyone asks, I live this kind of music:
You are techno!
You are techno!


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98% of the teenage population does or has tried smoking pot. If you're one of the 2% who hasn't, copy & paste this into your profile
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Shinji Ikari:
You keep to your close friends, people you can
trust not to hurt. You don't want to be hurt so
you try to make everyone happy with you
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Tuesday, February 5, 2008


   It's been a while!!!
Yeah, a looong while ^^'

I'm still at it with school. I never stop being busy :P Some interesting things have happened to me though.

I went to Six Flags Magic Mountain back in December, just two days before New Years. Valencia was supposed to be nice and cold compared to the coast here where I live. Well, it was just chilly but not very cold. Plus all the walking around kept me and my brother warm. And should I mention that we BOTH got in for FREE? Yup. Tickets are a little cheaper than Disneyland but well over $50. We got a pair of free tickets from a radio station. Haha. Actually, my brother got them. The radio station van went to his school and a dozen kids got free tickets to Magic Mountain for completing some challenges. It was fun. It was way better going in Decemeber than in the summer because it gets very hot over there in the summer.

Another highlight for me is that I'm now doing an internship at the hospital. I get to shadow and help nurses with patients. I love the department I'm currently in and I love the nurses too. They're all so nice. At first they didn't really wanted me to help them but then the more often they saw me going to help, the more they opened up and trusted me with doing tasks. But I'm not the only one who has experienced that. A lot of other interns say they experience the same exact thing when they start helping in a new department. I gotta say it's a very rewarding experience. Some patients are like "What? Who are YOU?? O.o" but they then chill when I explain my duties and range of tasks. Most patients are really nice and so are their families.

So today is the Presidential Primary @ California. I can't wait to find out the results.

laters.

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Thursday, January 18, 2007


   distorted reality?
Yesterday I was watching "Top Chef" on Bravo. It was Wednesday and they usually have a marathon of all the episodes that have come out before the new episode is aired. Well I was re-watching the episodes and I realized how TV distorts the way some people are in order to make the show seem more interesting and juicy just to get higher ratings. I've always been aware that TV only shows you one side to the truth, the one that they want you to see. Watching the eps. again, I paid attention to the things that were being shown. Somehow they allow negative comments between chefs to air and when they apologize it's usually in a whisper or really fast. They don't emphasize the moment of apology all that much as they do when the argument is taking place. Maybe because the argumment event is bigger than the apology. But is this really entertainment? Watching the worst of every person? I think there's some terminology out there in the Psychology world that describes the "happy", "satisfying" feelings you get when you watch other people fight or suffer. The suffering can be just a bad moment when things don't go their own way or when they're actually being hurt physically. Anyway, TV wants you to see the bad drama to get you hooked, because it feels "great" to watch two people arguing. Why is it that people are always attracted to programs that are about violence than to programs about people helping each other?

So I remembered all this last nite during the Top Chef new episode. The chefs were done with their challenge and had gone back to their hotel rooms. One of the chefs got the idea of shaving her head and soon everybody started shaving their head. Then they snuck up on this one chef that since the beginning of the season has been the one that "everyone is supposed to hate". He was sleeping and this other chef named Cliff just started pinning him to the ground, holding him down so that they would shave his head. The alarmed chef (named Marcel, btw) was screaming and pissed off because he was being crushed under Cliff's weight and his arms where being held back. Of course he got mad and was released later on.

*I'll finish this up later, sorry!*

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Wednesday, January 17, 2007


   lol

*School*
Wow, I haven't updated in a long time. Well nothing else is new except that I start my classes again *today* Wednesday. The classes I'm taking are mainly chemistry and biology courses, with some labs here and there and a Philosophy course about Social Ethics. Hopefully that class is interesting. It's always a little sad to go back to the same routine. The entire semester could be stressful at times, especially during midterms -_-. I just hope I can get the grades I want. I should be getting them but you know, you never know. Things start out alright and then you start getting overwhelmed with work, blah ^.^'

*The Weather*
It's no surprise that a lot of states across the country have been under attack by low temperatures and arctic-like conditions. Yea, So.Cal has been having very low temps, like in the 40s range. It was something quite unexpected since we usually have very warm weather and during the winter our avg. temps are around the 50-60s. But recently, they have been dipping to the 30s.*brrrr*. lol. And we don't get any snow either. I guess that's a good thing, right?

Wow, first it was the blazing hot summer that sent a lot of people to the hospital because of heat strokes. I remember that around July-August, the temperatures at night were around 76 degress ^.^' Very hot for the night! It lasted for like a whole month. Then it was the usual, "seasonal", wildfires in the mountains. Thick sheets of smoke covered the coastal cities. *cough, cough* It was irritating after a while breathing in the contaminated air. blah XP I say "seasonal" because they now happen everytime there's Santa Ana winds, a.k.a. Devil Winds. I read somewhere that they only happen in Southern California. Is that true? Idk! But they're just awful when they're around. Those are hot, dry winds and they leave you charged up with static, so whenever you touch something like the car's door, you get a shock. eee! The fires are not caused naturally, rather they're the result of arson. Yup, some mischievous dude starts them. Tsk, tsk. And firemen put their lives in danger trying to put out the fires in midst of hot dry winds. People have to get evacuated a.s.a.p.

All of that and no rain yet! 2005 was very dry. There was very little rainfall.

*Other stuff*

Well there's much else to report here. I'll maybe have more news once my classes start, since there's always stuff to talk about, such as the sighting of a cute squirrel or bunnies. lol.

laters!



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Friday, November 17, 2006


read the poem (got this from t-frogs' site) ^^
My name is Chris

> >

> >I am three,

> >

> >My eyes are swollen

> >

> >I cannot see,

> >

> >I must be stupid

> >

> >I must be bad,

> >

> >What else could have made

> >

> >My daddy so mad?

> >

> >I wish I were better

> >

> >I wish I weren't ugly,

> >

> >Then maybe my mommy

> >

> >Would still want to hug me.

> >

> >I cant do a wrong

> >

> >I cant speak at all

> >

> >Or else im locked up

> >

> >All day long.

> >

> >When im awake im all alone

> >

> >The house is dark

> >

> >My folks arent home

> >

> >When my mommy does come home

> >

> >I'll try and be nice,

> >

> >So maybe ill just get

> >

> >One whipping tonight.

> >

> >I just heard a car

> >

> >My daddy is back

> >

> >From Chariles bar.

> >

> >I hear him curse

> >

> >My name is called

> >

> >I press myself

> >

> >Against the wall

> >

> >I try to hide

> >

> >From his evil eyes

> >

> >Im so afraid now

> >

> >I'm starting to cry

> >

> >He finds me weeping

> >

> >Calls me ugly words,

> >

> >He says its my fault

> >

> >He suffers at work.

> >

> >He slaps and hits me

> >

> >And yells at me more,

> >

> >I finally get free

> >

> >And run to the door

> >

> >Hes already locked it

> >

> >And i start to bawl,

> >

> >He takes me and throws me

> >

> >Against the hard wall

> >

> >I fall to the floor

> >

> >With my bones nearly broken,

> >

> >And my daddy continues

> >

> >With more bad words spoken,

> >

> >"Im sorry!", I scream

> >

> >But its now much to late

> >

> >His face has been twisted

> >

> >Into a unimaginable shape

> >

> >The hurt and the pain

> >

> >Again and again

> >

> >O please God, have mercy!

> >

> >O please let it end!

> >

> >And he finally stops

> >

> >And heads for the door

> >

> >While i lay there motionless

> >

> >Sprawled on the floor

> >

> >My name is Chris

> >

> >I am three,

> >

> >Tonight my daddy

> >

> >Murdered me

> >

> >And you can help

> >

> >Sickens me to the soul,

> >

> >And if you read this

> >

> >and dont pass it on

> >

> >I pray for your forgivness

> >

> >

> >Because you would have to be

> >

> >One heartless person

> >

> >To not be effected

> >

> >By this Poem

> >

> >And because u r effected,

> >

> >Do something about it!

> >

> >So all i ask you to do

> >

> >Is pass this on!

> >

> >IF YOU ARE AGAINST CHILD ABUSE!

> >

> >PLEASE COPY AND PASTE THIS AND PASS IT ON !!
REPOST THIS AS no kid should have to go through this......




T_T

Child abuse is horrible! It should be eradicated completely.

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Monday, September 4, 2006


   ::GASP::
I'm really shocked to know that Steve Irwin aka The Crocodile Hunter has passed away.

He was killed by a Sting Ray early morning September 4th in Australia while filming a documentary for his daughter's show.

T_T

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