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Morning Florida! [Jun. 15th, 2010|08:19 am]
Don't Give Up you may be tempted to... but don't give up; when you've misplaced your hopeful dreams, Dare to believe again in the impossible; Catch a ray of sunshine,and hold on tightly; The one who holds your hand... will never let you go.

"Progress always involves risks. You can’t steal second base and keep your foot on first."

"Risk more than others think is safe. Care more than others think is wise. Dream more than others think is practical. Expect more than others think is possible"
Have you ever heard a song from so long ago, with so many memories tied to it that it made you cry? And didn’t you wish that you could go back in time to when everything was simple and CAREFREE? Those are the songs that are the soundtracks of our lives…The ones that bring back our past.-Best Friends-First Lovers-Broken Hearts && M.E.M.O.R.I.E.S. good and bad. ***"The highest courage is to dare to be yourself in the face of adversity. Choosing right over wrong, ethics over convenience, and truth over popularity…these are the choices that measure your life. Travel the path of integrity without looking back, for there is never a wrong time to do the right thing."***
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6 years later..... [Jun. 15th, 2010|07:58 am]
[mood |cheerfulcheerful]

**Life isn't just about keeping score. It's not about how many people call you And it's not about who you've dated or haven't dated at all. It isn't about who you've kissed, What sport you play, Or which guy or girl likes you. It's not about your shoes or your hair Or the color of your skin, Or where you live or go to school. In fact it's not about grades, money, Clothes, or colleges that accept you or not. Life isn't about if you have lots of friends or if you are alone, And it's not about how accepted or unaccepted you are. Life isn't about that. But life is about whom you love and who you hurt. It's about how you feel about yourself. It's about trust, happiness, and compassion. It's about avoiding jealousy, overcoming ignorance And building confidence. It's about what you say and what you mean. It's about seeing people for who they are and not for what they have. Most of all it is choosing to use your life. In a way this could have never been achieved otherwise. These choices are what life's about**
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(no subject) [Apr. 19th, 2007|03:45 pm]
[mood |annoyedannoyed]

My poor dad….he is depressed about things in his life and I feel for him.. he means everything to me and to see him in pain and depressed makes me even more so feel the same way. I hate how things are in my life and I can’t help but feel the way I feel.. the good thing about this week is that I get to bowl against my day Friday night and I hope my team win’s even though its going to just be Kyle and I…LAMO!!!! WISH US LOTS OF LUCK!!!!
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Americanized [Apr. 19th, 2007|12:33 pm]
[mood |boredbored]

Two families moved from Afghanistan to America . When they arrived, the two
fathers made a bet ... After a year's time, whichever family had become more
Americanized would win.

A year later they got together.

The first man said, "My son is playing baseball, I ate McDonald's for breakfast,
and I'm on my way to pick up a case of Bud, how about you?"

The second man replied, "Fuck you, towel head."

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Announcement from Apple: [Apr. 19th, 2007|10:31 am]
[mood |amusedamused]

Announcement from Apple:

Apple Computer announced today that it has developed a computer chip that can store and play music in women's breast implants. The iBreast will cost $499 or $599. This is considered to be a major breakthrough because women are always complaining about men staring at their breasts and not listening to them.
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it's been a year.... [Apr. 19th, 2007|10:22 am]
Hey everyone!!!

how is everyone doing??? I have a myspace, that i'm on every day..LAMO!!! I know but it helps keep me connected to the people I miss from high school, family and friends.... I get all the updates there!!!!!

have you heard about Virginia Tech......I'm so worried about everyone in the world, because things are only going to get worse...

Virginia Tech professor who survived Holocaust remembered in N-Y-C

NEW YORK A world-class scientist and Holocaust survivor is being remembered as a hero who saved his students from the rampaging gunman at Virginia Tech University.

Professor Liviu Librescu (LIHV'-yoo lih-BRES'-koo) blocked the doorway to his classroom with his body so his students could escape the gunman by jumping out classroom windows. The 76-year-old teacher was shot to death.


At a funeral service in New York today, his actions were called "the ultimate sacrifice, and the ultimate goodness."


Librescu had spent 20 years in Virginia as an internationally respected aeronautics engineer and lecturer. During World War Two, he had been held in a labor camp after his native Romania joined forces with Nazi Germany. Hundreds of thousands of Romanian Jews were killed during the war.


Authorities sifting through the deranged ramblings and disturbing images of a Virginia college student who carried out the worst act of gun violence in the nation’s history concluded Thursday that the material, which was sent this week to NBC News, added little to their investigation.

After killing two people in a Virginia university dormitory — but before he slaughtered 30 more in a classroom building — the gunman, Cho Seung-Hui, mailed NBC News a long, profanity-laced diatribe and dozens of photographs and videos Monday morning, boasting, “When the time came, I did it. I had to.”

Cho, 23, a senior English major at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, killed 32 people in two attacks before taking his own life.

“While there was some marginal value to the package we received, the fact of the matter is ... the package merely confirms what we already knew,” Col. Steven Flaherty, superintendent of Virginia State Police, the lead agency investigating the shootings, said in a brief statement Thursday.

That turned attention to NBC’s decision to broadcast the material and to publish more of it on MSNBC.com.

Flaherty said he appreciated NBC’s cooperation with investigators, but he said he was “rather disappointed in the editorial decision to broadcast these disturbing images.”

“I’m sorry that you were all exposed to these images,” he said.

NBC News President Steve Capus said Thursday that he understood that many people would disagree with his decision, acknowledging that “there is no way to look at without being profoundly upset, and it is incredibly disturbing.”

“Ever since we heard the first reports about what happened on that campus, we all wanted to know — and I’m not sure we’ll ever fully understand — why this happened, but I do think this is as close as we’ll come to having a glimpse inside the mind of a killer,” he said on NBC’s TODAY program.

Careful handling by NBC
Capus said in an interview with MSNBC.com that the package arrived in New York late Tuesday night and was delivered to NBC headquarters about 11 a.m. Wednesday. The letter carrier noticed that it bore a return address from Blacksburg and alerted NBC security officers.

The material is “hard to follow ... disturbing, very disturbing,” Capus said in an interview Wednesday afternoon.

Cho’s name was not on the package; instead, the return address said it came from “A Ishmael.” Investigators said Cho’s body was found Monday with the words “Ismael Ax” scrawled on his arm.

In the 1,800-word manifesto-like statement, Cho expresses rage, resentment and a desire to get even — but with whom, he does not say.

On another of the videos, he laments: “I didn’t have to do this. I could have left. I could have fled. But no, I will no longer run ... It’s not for me. For my children, for my brothers and sisters that you f---, I did it for them.”

And it mentions “martyrs like Eric and Dylan” — apparently a reference to Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, the teenagers who killed 12 students and a teacher at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., eight years ago this Friday.

Gunman’s message hits campus
In Blacksburg, students reacted with disgust and disbelief to news of the materials.

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here you go [Apr. 6th, 2006|07:14 pm]
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good times [Apr. 3rd, 2006|11:22 pm]
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Long time................ [Apr. 2nd, 2006|03:50 pm]
[mood |calmcalm]

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new pictures everyone!!!!!!!!!! [Feb. 4th, 2006|05:05 pm]
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