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July 31, 2004

Filed under: Uncategorized — AmandaEve @ 9:19 am

man … i hate work. well … not really hate. but it’s very demeaning. I work in a call centre. and people treat you like shit. they don’t realize that you’re a person. if you prick us do we not bleed?
whatever. anyway. but all the people a talked too tonight were really nice, sometime … not often, but sometimes, you’ll get this super nice person that’ll brighten up your night, and make it all worth while. they make you feel like you’re making a difference in the world, by making a situation way more pleasent then it needs to be. Fuck … thank fuck for those people, cause without them, I’d be in tears after every call.
i’m putting up with this because I’m saving money to go back to school to study Anthropology. so just a few more months and i’ll off – accross the country to find the new world, and my real life that’s waiting for me.


July 30, 2004

Filed under: Uncategorized — AmandaEve @ 9:19 am

I’m watching Star Trek: The Final Frontier, with commentary with Bill Shatner, and his daughter Liz. It’s the worst commentary ever. Ever!


July 29, 2004

Filed under: Uncategorized — AmandaEve @ 9:18 am

What a great day, I started the day off with some really productive yoga, put my plants out for some sun, paid off all my bills, applied to college in Vancouver, ate pizza and i’m going to have a meeting with the Green Party about getting some gear on to go online, and getting some ‘group’ together. So all and all, I’ve been having the most productive day in a long time.


July 28, 2004

Filed under: Uncategorized — AmandaEve @ 9:18 am

I just got back from the denist. and boy are my arms tried.

Funny story: I was wearing a skirt and it’s made of a slippery material, and anyway, while liying on the denist chari thingy the skirt slipped down, and the whole time he was in my mouth, my skirt was almost down around my hips, showing some very unattractive-day- before-laundry-day undies.
And I didn’t notice until I got up to thank him, how embassing. But he didn’t even mention it, propobly to help save my diginity. He was the best denist ever. Thanks, Dr. Furlong … thanks.


July 27, 2004

Filed under: Uncategorized — AmandaEve @ 9:17 am

Ymmmm …. it’s my ‘turn’ to make supper, we don’t really take turns, it’s just whoever feels like making supper makes supper.
I’ve been working on a website for the Green Party of Newfoundland and Labardor. I’m really excited about it. It’s going to be really nice. So i have a meeting on Thursday about it, to get some things on paper concerning content and stuff.


July 26, 2004

Filed under: Uncategorized — AmandaEve @ 9:16 am

Remember the walking typewriter from Seame Street? That typewrite was awesome. Even better than the typewriter with penis’ coming out of it in Naked Lunch (David Cronenberg). That movie was crazy … insane … brilliant.
Must be the whol medium thing with the Typewriter, writers using what they know and all.
A typewriter with penis’ coming out of it, like a lot of penis’, not just one, like a dozen or more … insane.


July 25, 2004

Filed under: Uncategorized — AmandaEve @ 9:16 am

A day off. Another day off. Awesome. Just sitting, writing and shit. I have to write an essay about myself and why I’m worthy for a scholarship. I hate writing those things. I have to write one making myself sound athletic and all, and another making me sound like all ‘volunterr-y’ (which ins’t a stretch) and more, of course making me sound all scholarly. Which maybe isn’t a stretch either. I’m pretty book-ish when it comes to stuff I’m interested in. So maybe I’ll do alright with it. I got bubs to do some editing for me, and his is a writing machine, all ‘grammer-ed’ and proper spelling up the ying yang and all.
Hopefully I’ll get something, out of it. Hopefully. Then all my dreams can come true. I can go to school, get a degree go to school again, get my masters, then write a kick-arse proposal to the national geographic society anf get funded to do some work in South America. I’d love to do work in South America or the middle east, that’d be cool too.