Monthly Archives: October 2006

Ok, so I figured out my favorite interval is definitely the major 3rd.
And the best one is when it’s sung by two people in harmony. It also sounds quite nice on E and G#
I also found another favorite band.
It’s called X-ray Spex and they have really weird, but funny and cool music. They’re also really talented and have alot of major 3rds in their music 🙂 lol


The florid blop frumples over the zorp
Barfy zeegles were fiffling through the wamp
A gaffy floz alwyas ents the woozzles
Plithy himps have blilken ben
With tha slinty scupples, a wiggen seldom glubs
Two worken sleebs were sneetingby nim lind
Many pildy snarfs pondled at the rills
Mulky tarks had tallen at a criff
His woldy cran polts all the bims
Wold blooks, nimning the rolm, are dilming across the wirk

Those are the example sentances we were using this morning in English composition class this morning.

Till next post.
your faithful typer,

“Whoever said there is no such thing as a stupid question has never worked in customer service.”

Ever go and do something you probably should have thought about before going and doing, but you decide that instead of waiting, thinking about it, or researching it you just go do it and decide, “well if I shouldn’t have done it I’ll just live with it and maybe try to undo it” ?
Yeah, I do that. Probably a little to often. They say people don’t like change. Sometimes I think it is good and I should stick to that rule, less change is good.
I don’t know.

Till next post.
Your faithful typer,

“If God doesn’t destroy Hollywood Boulevard, he owes Sodom and Gomorrah an apology.”
– Jay Leno

I think I’ve realized why people like working under pressure. It’s really just the thrill of getting something done quickly and on time. Being efficient and good. And so they work to get better at being fast and efficient at the same time. They do this by using the deadline as their time limit, not starting till they are forced to do it in a small amount of time and do it well. Of course this probably doesn’t apply to well over half of people that do this. Alot of it is probably laziness, but some people do “work better under pressure” and I think that’s how it works for alot of people. I think I do like doing it that way sometimes.
Well, I have alot of homework to do now.

Till next post.
Your faithful typer,

“If you want your spouse to listen and pay strict attention to every word you say – talk in your sleep.”

Yeah, I’m pretty much wishing I could sleep right now, but I just can’t so I’m wasting my time on the good ol’ internet.
Oh well.
It’s like 2:30 almost and I’m only going to get like 4 hours of sleep if I can even get to sleep right now.
I might miss church tomorrow and sleep in a little, or just go to the church down the road that has later services. I’m not sure. Before you think I’m a terrible person for saying I might miss church, realize that I haven’t missed one yet.
Anyway, tomorrow is going to be homework day. Finish one paper and write another. The one that needs to be revised is an english comp paper. We have to turn in a cause/effect essay on Tuesday. Then the other one is a one page paper entitled. Leviticus synthesis paper. It’s really not too hard, but I’ll have to make myself do it. I got a 95 on my first one (Genesis) so that makes me pretty happy. I’ve also got an A+ in Music Theory 1 🙂
As for my other classes, I have an A in Biblical fundamentals, but that is because it’s graded on pass or fail basis. All you have to do is finish the reading assignments and come to class. Then, if you’re wondering and I know you all are… jk, but I’m gonna tell you just in case you are, I’ve gotten two papers back from English Comp and gotten a B both times, which pretty much makes me really happy. I’m shooting for B-A in that class, it’s not really a hard class but I’m not really the greatest writer. Then there’s US Government. Not really worried about that class even though I’ve got a B. B is about average for me I guess, but I think I can bring it up to an A. I just got a D on one of my quizzes for getting like 4 or 5 questions wrong and then I got a b on the last exam, but it’s ok.
Well, I don’t really have anything else to write on…
Oh, tonight I went to a deaf night at a coffee shop. That was very interesting. It was pretty fun. I went with most of our Outreach team that went to Grace Bible Deaf church. Jim came too.
Well, I should probably go try to sleep now. Of course now that I’m hardly going to get much sleep I don’t even feel like going to bed… but I will. Goodbye cruel world! (for a few hours lol)

Till next post.
Your faithful typer,

“More important than learning how to recall things is finding ways to forget things that are cluttering the mind.”
– James Waddell Alexander, II
(So true)

PS I really don’t have the time or will to start updating The Loudmouth anymore 😦 Maybe I’ll start that up again next summer. For now though I’m thinking about deleting that blog unless anyone has any better ideas.

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