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Friday, March 24, 2006

S2E #11- Finally

Episode 11 for Saturday, March 25, 2006
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In this episode, I talk about my feelings about school, and my quandries. It's a bit of a rant, you'll have to listen for yourself!

Song: Desire by Amy MacClain

Poems by me: "Distracted" and "Sometimes I Wonder"

Holidays for Saturday and Sunday

Quote of the Day

How to Annoy People

Song: Safety by Amy MacClain


Todays Background Music:
Come Dancing by Fake Tan
Marjorie and Gifford by Friction Bailey
Restless by Highest Praise Productions
Sad Sequence Part 1-2___Edited by Fumitaka Anzai

My new favorite fungus! The Giant Puffball Fungus YAY!!

Hugging People

Well, that's all for tonight.

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2 Comments:

  • At April 12, 2006 1:06 AM, Anonymous robert said…

    don't ever tell a Texan you don't remember the Alamo! ALAMO, BATTLE OF THE. The siege and the final assault on the Alamo in 1836 constitute the most celebrated military engagement in Texas history. The battle was conspicuous for the large number of illustrious personalities among its combatants. These included Tennessee congressman Davy Crockett, entrepreneur-adventurer JIM Bowie and Mexican president Antonio López de Santa Anna. Although not nationally famous at the time, William Barret Travis achieved lasting distinction as commander at the Alamo. For many Americans and most Texans, the battle has become a symbol of patriotic sacrifice.

     
  • At April 12, 2006 1:08 AM, Anonymous robert said…

    don't ever tell a Texan you don't remember the Alamo! ALAMO, BATTLE OF THE. The siege and the final assault on the Alamo in 1836 constitute the most celebrated military engagement in Texas history. The battle was conspicuous for the large number of illustrious personalities among its combatants. These included Tennessee congressman Davy Crockett, entrepreneur-adventurer JIM Bowie and Mexican president Antonio López de Santa Anna. Although not nationally famous at the time, William Barret Travis achieved lasting distinction as commander at the Alamo. For many Americans and most Texans, the battle has become a symbol of patriotic sacrifice.

     

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