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May. 30th, 2008 | 04:30 pm

I got a lump cut out of the back of my neck today. I lay facedown on a slab thing and he injected my neck about four or five times. It wasn't as bad as I thought, but then again, I had thought beforehand that it wouldn't be as bad as I thought.

Then I could actually feel him cutting into the back of my neck. The tugging feeling was the most unpleasant. The cutting sounded like fabric ripping, which luckily I couldn't quite connect with my actual neck.

He did a couple of stitches and now I still have no feeling in my neck from the injections. I wonder how much it'll hurt.

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May. 16th, 2008 | 11:05 am

Young myself at about nineteen.

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Dec. 19th, 2007 | 01:23 am

I turned 20 today. I got a digital video recorder. AWESOME

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Nov. 28th, 2007 | 02:59 pm

Sid Vicious Icons.

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Nov. 13th, 2007 | 02:50 pm

No modern band is anywhere near brave enough to perform like this:


Oh, modern cowards! Modern cowards and poseurs! -- not the 'Dolls, I mean everyone else. Besides, most of them are dead now. I think one's alive.

How a song can be so light and fast and at the same time slow and melancholy, and have to use so few words, so few expressions, such simplicity. How anyone can rave about people like the Arcade Fire and the Arctic Monkeys, who are average at their very very best, is beyond me. It has to be desperation.

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Jet boys

Nov. 13th, 2007 | 02:04 pm

Who's the famous person, character, musician, actor, whatever, that you're really attracted to, genuinely, honestly - as a person? Not just "they're hot" or whatever. Compatibility aside.

For me it's John Lydon. He's just what a man ought to be. Sensible, lively, honest, and I never saw such truly happy manners.

It might surprise some to hear that someone thinks Johnny Rotten has good manners, but I mean it in a different sense than usual. He treats those who he believes deserve respect with respect, and that's all you can ask for a person. I believe that he's not too proud to change his mind about someone and admit that he's wrong, either.

This opinion was formed through the considerable amount of media coverage - interviews, appearances, performances, that I've seen of him. He's changed as he's grown older but that's the natural and just transformation of someone who's grown older and changed and hasn't tried to hide it.

I'd also mention Keith Moon but I suspect that if I had met him I wouldn't have liked him. He appeared from what I saw of him to be dreadfully histrionic. But so charming!

Newsflash: the New York Dolls are fantastic. "Jet Boy" is the best song I've heard in ages.

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This is true for me.

Nov. 2nd, 2007 | 11:30 am

"When I see people wearing Crocs, I know immediately that we have nothing in common, and that we could never be friends or have any meaningful kind of relationship."


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Nov. 1st, 2007 | 08:49 am


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Gary Numan: Yes.

Nov. 1st, 2007 | 12:17 am

You know I hate to ask
But are 'friends' electric?
Only mine's broke down
And now I've no-one to love

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Oct. 26th, 2007 | 10:28 am

I think I stayed up too late. I was just playing "Jingle Bells" on the keyboard and trying to sing "Like a Rollin' Stone" to it.

It's kind of hard. Especially since I don't even have my G position down yet.

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