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Listening: ‘Jesus, Etc.’ by Wilco

Reading: “No matter how emotionally deformed by the toxic conception of masculinity that is dominant in a patriarchal culture such as the United States, (men) are human beings with hearts, minds and souls.” (And we really have to stop calling The Dwelling Place the DP…)

Thinking: I love finding random bruises and cuts and going “How did *that* get there?!”

How to Annoy Me: Refuse to let me uninstall the program I don’t need anymore.

How to Charm Me: Read to me.

Quote of the Day: There is no glory in battle worth the blood it costs. – Dwight D. Eisenhower

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Listening: ‘Hummingbird’ by Wilco

Reading: ‘The best –and worst– gangster movies’

Thinking: At least my exhausting weekend just got a little less exhausting.

How to Annoy Me: Tell me “I’ve been waiting a long time”. No you haven’t! I checked a minute ago to make sure no one was there! (And I’m going to stop there there because I was going to title it “How to Annoy the F***ing S**t out of Me! Don’t roll your eyes at me, lady!)

How to Charm Me: Go pick up my car from the shop so I can fulfill my other 3 obligations that I committed to for the same night…

Quote of the Day: If you would be a real seeker after truth, it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things. – Rene Descartes

Would You Rather Weekend: Would you rather get free chocolate for one year or free potatoes forever?

Sorry for the lack of how tos. I know you’re all just heartbroken. I’ve been sick and working and at school and doing homework and working and dancing and working…you get the idea.

Listening: ‘California Stars’ by Wilco

Reading: Really, terrorists? M.I.L.F?!

Thinking: I love my boss.

How to Annoy Me: Cause G-cal to send 1000 emails to my inbox.

How to Charm Me: Help me with my computer after I start our conversation by yelling at you. 😀

Quote of the Day: I tore myself away from the safe comfort of certainties through my love for the truth, and the truth rewarded me. – Simone de Beauvoir

Random Quirk: I’ve noticed that when I’m getting exasperated with someone, I tend to call them sweetie or sweetheart. If I call you that, it doesn’t necessarily mean I’m exasperated with you but if I am, that’s probably what you’ll get called.

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