Darien, Invisible Man

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* Step 1: Put your music player on shuffle.
* Step 2: Post the first line from the first 25 songs that play, no matter how embarrassing.
* Step 3: Strike through the songs when someone guesses both artist and track correctly.
* Step 4: For those of you who are guessing - looking up the lyrics on a search engine is cheating!
* Step 5: If you like the game, post your own.

1. I know you work across the street/in the indie record store
- Stakeout, Freezepop
2. Time kicked me off of her island/Motion's been keeping me streamlined
3. All my trials and tribulations/Have led me to one realization
4. When I think of those East End lights, muggy nights/The curtains drawn in the little room downstairs
5. I feel you, Johanna/I feel you/I was half convinced I'd waken/satisfied enough to dream you - Johanna, Stephen Sondheim
6. Little Amsterdam/In a southern town/Hominy get it on the plate girl - Little Amsterdam, Tori Amos
7. O thou pale orb that silent shines/While care-untroubled mortals sleep!
8. Dear I thought I'd drop a line/The weather's cool/The folks are fine
9. Don't believe them for a moment/For a second, do not believe, my friend
10. She was a January girl/She never let on how insane it was - Black Dove, Tori Amos
11. Don't worry, do your best!/In a picnic-y mood, feel so good! - Katamari Damacy Theme Song, Yu Miyake
12. Yeah these horns know red/And this bull knows best
13. Solitare with a song in her heart/But what a sad song to sing
14. Do I hear a waltz?/Very odd, but I hear a voice. - Do I Hear A Waltz, Stephen Sondheim
15. Meeting you, with a view to a kill/Face to face in secret places, feel the chill
16. Lost in a dream/I don't know which way to go - Straight Up, Paula Abdul
17. I'm wining, you're losing/I'm falling, your agony
18. Beyond the moon, blue searchlights overlap/Suddenly an angel alights, so who are you? NB: Translated into English
19. Young boy, like a cruel angel's thesis/Live up to be a legend...NB: Translated into English - Cruel Angel Thesis, Neon Genesis Evangelion
20. Lie, lie, lies everywhere," said the father to the son/Your peppermint breath gonna choke 'em to death/Daddy watch your little black sheep run
21. I'm waiting for something else/I've already lost myself
22. So you don't want to hear about my good song?/and you don't want to hear about how i am getting on/with all the things that i can get done
23. Walking on razor's edge/so hard for me to find my way home. - Razor's Edge, Saliva
24. I wake up with blood-shot eyes/Struggled to memorize
25. In my platforms I hit the floor/Fell face down
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Darien, Invisible Man

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*breaks out the cleaning supplies and starts straightening up the place* Damn I let it go too far.


*grins* Howdy all. Yes, I still exist. Notable things that have occurred since my last posting:

*I turned 22. Whoo. (May)
*I officially graduated from Florida State University (August)
*I joined staff for the new World of Darkness LARP in Tallahassee as the Changeling the Lost narrator (September)
*I hit the one-year anniversary mark with Will, my current bf (October)
*I finally have a job! :D Working for the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services in Tallahassee (November)
*A multitude of other things which I can't recall at the moment

Things in the near future:

*Cruise to somewhere warm and tropical with Dad's side of the family (December)
*{announcer voice}A brand new car!{/announcer voice}. Well, prolly Brianna's car. She's getting the new one. (Eventually)
*Catching up on Heroes (Probably this weekend; I'm like 5 episodes behind T_T)

So...yeah. I'm here and stuffs. When I'm not at work I'm usually online, so feel free to poke me.
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    tired tired
Rent -  Mark

*sniffles*

Definite sign that I've become a true Radio KoL junkie:

EyeSpeculum, one of the most awesome DJs on the station, is taking a month-long hiatus. His last show for a while just finished up, and at the end both he and a good number of us listening were starting to tear up. *smiles slightly* Yeah, I know I should have been in bed hours ago and that I'll be heading to Regionals in about an hour, but I really wanted to hear Spec's last hurrah before he goes to recharge his mojo. Really glad that I did. See ya later, Spec; you'll be missed.



Catch you on the flip side...



^_^ Caitlin
Your friendly neighborhood Latin nerd


Quote of the Day (and also my current Away Message):


"Friends, Romans, Countrymen!"
"Lend me a dollah! =)" - NevilDenJacobi and MOTH, Kingdom of Loathing
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    Magazines by Kaki Kings
Darien, Invisible Man

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Well, here it is. One hour before the ball drops in the square and we (on the East Coast, anyway) officially enter 2006. This year is gonna be different than the rest, I know that for a fact. Due to some incredibly stupid thing that I did last semester, I am on my third strike. If I botch it up this semester, I'm doing my senior year at UCF. Screw the fact that the program at FSU is much better, my parents have said that if I can't prove that I can take care of thing in Tallahassee (my grades this semester were abysmal, I almost forgot to send in the rent check for January), I'll be in Winter Springs so they can keep an eye on me.

My parents have given me this talk before, but what really drove it home for me was the fact that my mom was in TEARS when she left the house this morning for my grandparents' place. It made me realize what my slacking was doing to her and I've sworn that I will NEVER let that happen again. So, I've got a few resolutions for this year that I'm damn well going to keep.

1. I'm turning the computer off at 1AM at the LATEST. No more staying up until 4 in the morning listening to Radio KoL and talking with folks online.
2. I'm going to get a job. I've blown through so much money since I started at FSU it's not funny. So, Dad and I are going to figure out a budget before I leave, and I'm gonna stick to it and find a job.
3. I'm going to actually stick with Weight Watchers. I have the booklets and whatnot, so the meetings aren't that necessary. I'm WAY too heavy for my height, and I need to fix that.

Those are the ones I have at the moment; the list will probably grow as the days go on. *channels Darien Fawkes a bit* There's a Chinese proverb that says while teachers open the door, you have to enter by yourself. If I'm going to open the door for others, I need to figure out how to open the lock first. Wish me luck.
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    Alien Ant Farm - Smooth Criminal
Darien, Invisible Man

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Quick Christmas announcement:

I GOT A GUITAR!!! =D



More later; gotta get ready to go to my aunts' place in Port St. Lucie. But yeah! ^___^



Catch you on the flip side...



^_^ Caitlin


Quote of the Day:

"Over the years I got to be quite a connossieur of soap. Though my personal preference was for Lux, I found that Palmolive had a nice, piquant after-dinner flavor - heavy, but with a touch of mellow smoothness. Life Buoy, on the other hand... YECCHH!" - Narrator (Jean Shepherd), A Christmas Story
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    I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas
Darien, Invisible Man

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Salutations from the (almost) Frozen North! I'm currently sitting in the computer lab in a youth hostel in NYC, happy as hell to be here but wondering why they have to charge 10 cents a minute to get online. o_O

I headed down to Orlando with my cousin Thursday morning - unfortunatly missing the Macy's parade - and chilled with the familia for a few hours and had a nice brunch/Thanksgiving dinner thing. I then headed to the airport with my Aunt Kathy, Aunt Ginny and Kathy's four kids. The trip up wasn't too bad; watched the second half of The Island (was reading for the first half. Mmm...Stephen King), had a little nap at one point. Then, we headed out to the train platform and waited for the train to Penn Station. It was COLD. Like, 30's cold. I ended up standing on the train 'cause there wasn't enough seats, but it was only two stops from the Newark airport to NYC, so it wasn't too bad. We then hopped on the subway and came to the youth hostel. For folks who don't know, it's basically a boarding house where you're in a room with about 5-6 other peoples. It's hella cheap, 'specially for New York; $120 for four nights ain't too shabby. After getting settled in and snagging some pizza, I turned in for the night.

I woke up at about 8:45 this morning, then headed to the communal showers on the second floor. It wasn't as bad as I was expecting, although I had flashbacks to the showers in the dorm in Kentucky. After that, we snagged a bit of breakfast, then headed out. We first went to the Cathadral of St. John the Divine, a really cool-looking chruch down the street from the hostel. Got a coupla pics of the artwork from there; I'll be posting everything up on my Photobucket once I get home. After that, we headed down town and went shopping for a while. Lunch consisted of a hot dog and a Pepsi in Central Park, then we went down to the ice skating rink in the park. I was very proud of the fact that I didn't fall ONCE. =D After the skating, we headed back to the hostel, and here I be.

El should be calling me soon, so I should ramble. See you guys later! *walks off humming "New York, New York"*
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    Random Christmas music
Darien, Invisible Man

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*rises from the depths of lurkdom* Due to a bit or prodding from folks (I'm looking at you, El), I'm finally doing a quick little update. I'll go into more detail on the summer later, when I'm not at risk of being late for Greek.


The semester thus far has been decidedly...meh. I really don't like my Greek Art and Archaeology professor, Greek has been kicking my ass, and I'm really worried about failing Homosexuality in Antiquity. On a ligher note, however, I am fully enjoying Greece and Egypt, Eta Sigma Phi has been fun and I haven't gotten into a major spat with Emily about the apartment. Also, I'm helping to run a Werewolf game in town, which definitelty has its ups and downs. Won't bore ya with the details, though; I know most of the folks who read this prolly won't understand most of the in-game stuff anyway. *grin*

Overall I'm doing pretty well, barring the fact that I'm sans Interweb on my computer at home. With luck the wireless router that Em's mom is going to send up will help; if not, I'm just gonna go buy one myself. I've either been doing stuff on campus or using Em's computer, which workd to a degree. I feel bad taking over her computer, though. *le sigh* With luck we'll get something figured out.

As today is my day for signing up for classes, I figured I'd post my schedule (as it is, anyway; haven't talked with my advisor yet). Enjoy.

Monday/Wednesday
Greek and Roman Epics 11:15-12:05
Beginning Latin 12:20-1:10

Tuesday/Thursday
Aegean Bronze Age Art and Archaeology 9:30-10:45
Age of Alexander 2:00-3:15
Myth in Greek Art 3:35-4:50

Friday
Greek and Roman Epics 11:15-12:05


Not too bad, eh? Only one class on Friday, good break between classes on T/R, done early most days (which will help when I finally find a job). I know the professors for all of the classes barring Myth in Greek Art and Latin II, which is a perk.


Anyhoo, I've gotta ramble if I'm gonna get to Greek on time. See you guys later.


Catch you on the flip side...


^_^ Caitlin
Your friendly neighborhood Latin nerd


Quote of the Day:

"Is there anything I can do to help?"
"Oh, I think you've done enough already. If this was a Sebacean child, a pure one, it would've been born long ago. So how long is this going to take?"
"Well, on Earth it can last days. "
"...I have killed men for less." - John Crichton (Ben Browder) and Aeryn Sun (Claudia Black), Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars
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    Final Fantasy V.7: Advent Children