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Who Shot J.R?
13 December 2005 @ 04:53 pm
Androgynous
You scored 53 masculinity and 66 femininity!

You scored high on both masculinity and femininity. You have a strong
personality exhibiting characteristics of both traditional sex roles.



My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 30% on masculinity
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You scored higher than 66% on femininity
Link: The Bem Sex Role Inventory Test written by weirdscience on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
 
 
Who Shot J.R?
29 October 2005 @ 03:32 pm
A few things in list form, because I have not the time...

1. Talked to Jane for the last time this past Sunday. A 30-minute IM conversation. We were both crying after saying some really harsh things towards one another through e-mail. It was very emotional and we probably just needed to vent, but we got it worked out. It's amazing what forgiveness does for a person. Guilt kept me up at night, kept me from eating more than once a day, kept me from not having nightmares. That very night, I got great sleep, didn't have insane nightmares, and ate twice the next day. She'll be spending her time accepting letters and whatnot, but will not be able to respond for the next three months.

2. The next day (the 24th) was Jane's birthday. I got a bunch of pictures (that I still need to develop) and so did Cat, and it was an amazing time. I played Sweet Jane for her that night.

3. An exercise for a much longer play is being used in this winter's production of Flannel Shorts at UNCG. I'm excited about it.

4. I still hate Dunderbak's. I need to find something new.

5. Even without the guilt, there's still an aching in my heart for Jane. I really do miss her.

6. Hung out with a bunch of good friends last night. I have the most amazing friends on earth. Seriously, I will die with less regret having known you all.

7. My friend Justin is going to hike the Appalachian Trail. Send good thoughts, ideas, prayers, meditations his way, because he's most likely going to need them.
 
 
Current Music: Slick Rick - Mona Lisa (in head)
 
 
Who Shot J.R?
07 October 2005 @ 01:12 pm
I just realized that I'm not that crazy! It's only been 2 months since Jane left. My world has been closed and opened up so many times within the past 8 weeks that I feel like I've certainly lived a year. Crap Almighty. That's a lot to happen in such a short time. Perspective is fun.
 
 
Who Shot J.R?
27 September 2005 @ 05:58 pm
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Yay capitalism.
 
 
Who Shot J.R?
25 September 2005 @ 11:22 pm
To Rae and Jake. I miss you guys. Hope you're doing well. Burn a good one down.
 
 
 
Who Shot J.R?
14 August 2005 @ 10:17 pm
Sometimes you don't even have to say it. Sometimes if you can just show it silently. It becomes more subtle, yet saying so much more than actual exposition through dialogue.

I must remember this for Harold, because he deserves all I can afford to give him.

Also, a good character can contract and expand. This is not only a good note for playwrights, but for actors as well. It is not just the voice that pulls the audience in, it is the inner workings of the mind (charisma) that makes you want to get to know a character better.
 
 
Who Shot J.R?
22 July 2005 @ 06:52 pm


Your Japanese Name Is...









Toshi Kawashi



 
 
Current Music: The Velvet Underground - Sweet Jane
 
 
Who Shot J.R?
16 July 2005 @ 11:05 am
Oh maGod...

Bob Dylan's Bootleg Series Vol. 7.

featuring...Bob Dylan and Ramblin' Jack Elliott together singing Mr. Tambourine Man, a lost Woody Guthrie take of "This Land is Your Land."

Did I mention this installment is also a soundtrack...to a MOVIE??? BY MARTIN SCORCESE??? HUH!?!?!?!?!?

Now, I don't feel so bad about not being able to see Sigur Ros.
 
 
Who Shot J.R?
16 July 2005 @ 09:22 am
Well, both the shows to see Sigur Ros in Durham and Atlanta are sold out.

Looks like I dropped the ball on that one.
 
 
Who Shot J.R?
08 July 2005 @ 09:21 am
Sigur Ros tickets are now on sale.

Go to their website and check out the North American Tickets link.

Everything should be self-explanatory. For those who don't have the net, I'll be making calls.