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TODAY [Aug. 30th, 2004|01:00 am]
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I felt free today. I woke up to my friend Sara peeping her head into my room just to see if i was awake. We went to lunch in Beverly Hills where the women are beautiful and the sandwiches are good (and fucking gigantic; mine was incredible). We went into The North Face store and my sister bought a backpack; I was busy trying on beanies and making other people feel uncomfortable. I like doing that; it makes me feel more comfortable, by juxtaposition. This was perhaps the event that welcomed me into my day of mental freedom. I've decided that mental freedom is the same as physical freedom as long as one makes the connection. One would be to overwhelmed to recognize experiencing two types of freedom at once, or conversly, constriction. Therefore, one weights there freedom, or lack therof on one type. Wearing a beanie, which obviously does not fit with me, frees my physical agenda-I'm in disguise, if you will. My physical freedom leads me to believe that if in disguise, I can do anything i'd like, and additionally think anything I'd like. Continuing my day, I read, ate, and swam with Edouard and Sara. I then went to the UCLA recreation center to have a picnic with our family friends, the Korvins, our family friend David and his girlfriend who brought her two small daughters. This consisted of more swimming, socializing, and of course, eating. The second defined "free event" of my day was running about the field with Edouard at night, both listening to the same ipod and singing for many to hear. No analization is nessecary to explain where freedom comes in. Next, I saw garden state with Edouard, my sister, Emma and Sara. I won't explain why I enjoyed the film so much (it needs to be done in-person), but it was very interesting and i highly suggest it. I apologize for writing so much. Ciao.
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[User Picture]From: chickletmonty
2004-08-30 11:39 am (UTC)
I saw Garden State too. I liked it very much. And you spelled analYzation wrong, as you may or may not know. We should hang soon. Call me or whatever.--Zoey
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From: (Anonymous)
2004-08-30 12:30 pm (UTC)
We should hang out soon. Tuesday?
I made a number of spelling errors.
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[User Picture]From: vangesen
2004-09-11 09:12 am (UTC)
Hey, I was randomly browsing people's interests and I saw that you listed Catherine O'Hara as one. She is one of my favourite comedienes! Her improv with Christopher Guest is just classic.

I figured I'd let you know that I just started up a community called NameTheMovie (http://www.livejournal.com/community/namethemovie/) and we are looking for more members. You seem like you'd gel well over there.

Drop on by! :)

ps- Garden State was incredible.
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From: crapp
2004-10-25 08:09 pm (UTC)
EY. EY JOHN. yo iss me annelise. from... ya know like everything. update your livejournal, biyattttch. (this is sort of how i normally act. im shy in english class/chemistry class)
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