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June 2nd, 2004
May 7th, 2004
My poor kitty jumped down from her kitty tree to greet me and she wiped out. Her back legs slipped and she fell on her ass, but got right up. She's 10 years old now and probably discovering new physical limitations. Her frisky kitty days are far behind her. I felt so bad. :
I saw this on someone else's page and thought I'd give it a try. I sometimes think I can pull off the Jedi mind trick, but then think I'm just fooling myself. This quiz, however, says I'm like an enzyme, so it MUST be true.
You are an enzyme. You are powerful, dark,
variable, and can change many things at your
whim...even when they're not supposed to be
changed. Bad you. You can be dangerous or
wonderful; it's your choice.
Which Biological Molecule Are You?
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Current Music: Pizzicato Five "Happy Sad"
FYI-stuff from email:
>>>Coordinator, Americans for Informed Democracy (www.aidemocracy.org)
>>>Yale Law School Class of 2006
>>>(202) 270 6268
>>>"Bringing the World Home": A Conference for Globally Conscious Young Leaders
>>>XXXXX students are invited to apply for an all expenses paid summer
>>>retreat for young leaders in Peacham, Vermont. The retreat, called
>>>"Bringing the World Home," will bring together globally conscious
>>>students from around the U.S. for a weekend of workshops, speakers, and
>>>discussions focused on techniques for raising global awareness on their
>>>campuses. Thanks to the generous support of the Rockefeller Brothers
>>>Fund and Hewlett Foundation, transportation, lodging, and food will all
>>>be covered for selected students.
>>>The retreats are being coordinated by Americans for Informed Democracy
>>>(AID), a non-partisan educational organization that seeks to raise
>>>awareness in the U.S. about world opinions. AID was started by Marshall
>>>and Rhodes scholars at Oxford University and, as word about its mission
>>>has grown, it has expanded to more than 90 universities in over 10
>>>countries. For more information about AID, including recent stories
>>>about the group by the New York Times, Chronicle of Higher Education,
>>>and CNN, visit www.aidemocracy.org.
>>>The "Bringing the World Home" retreats are planned for June 25-27, July
>>>9-11, July 23-25, and August 6-8. At the retreat, students will learn
>>>how to start AID chapters on their campuses, how to organize town halls
>>>featuring high-profile world leaders, and how to recruit the media to
>>>cover their efforts. Students will have the opportunity to meet and
>>>exchange ideas with a diverse group of young leaders, equipping them
>>>with the knowledge, support and structure to implement these ideas in
>>>their neck of the woods. Students will also enjoy recreational
>>>activities, including a nature hike and a visit to Ben and Jerrys headquarters.
>>>Interested students should send a resume, a cover letter indicating
>>>which retreat date(s) are best, and a 250-word essay on the topic Why
>>>Bringing the World Home is Important to Me to Seth Green, Coordinator,
>>>Americans for Informed Democracy, 1214 Chapel Street, Suite E, New
>>>Haven, CT 06511. The application can also be e-mailed to
>>>firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis
>>>and must be received by May 28, 2004. Applicants will be notified within
>>>a week of their application if they have been selected. For more
>>>information, visit www.aidemocracy.org or call (202) 270 6268.
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April 7th, 2004
Androgynous Writing Style:
Wow, this says a lot about me:
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