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Apr. 30th, 2009

boxing babies

cecilgene

OH MY GOD.

So.

Here is an anonymous comment I got on my last Livejournal entry.

i used to be the person who taunted you all the time on dramadome and i still have feeling for someone on my LJ friends list

If you were my friend, I would defriend you.

Mar. 3rd, 2009

sad little man

cecilgene

Wah

Not enough drama.

Jul. 22nd, 2008

Zombie

badrobot68

(no subject)

Are we still doing this whole Dramadrome thing?

Jun. 8th, 2008

silent EMO duck

christopher575

(no subject)

I'm a trust fund baby with a panic disorder and slight agoraphobia. (Thanks, army!) I have been receiving a monthly stipend from my trust that until recently, has been enough. With the rising cost of gas and food, I have a choice to either increase the money I get from the trust, or to get a part time job. I have decided to leave the trust alone and get a job. Thankfully the meds my doc put me on two months ago for panic control are doing a great job, so I have one hurdle taken care of. The problem is, since getting home 2 years ago, I have barely worked, if at all. What should I be writing on my applications and resume to smooth over this fact? What should I be saying in interviews? I don't want to come out and say, "I've a panic disorder which I am medicated for and it shouldn't be an issue, but that is why I haven't worked in two years." It really isn't an employers business and I don't want them to think that my panic will greatly hinder my ability to work. (I'm looking to ease back in via a bookstore or grocery store.)

Meantime, I have stopped shopping at my favorite organic grocer, since the prices are much too high for me. I have stopped traveling out of my town unless it is to family functions since gas is too expensive. I got from a relative a clothes rack so that I can dry my clothes on the balcony instead of my dryer and I have started doing my dishes by hand to save on water. Is there anything else I can do? Oh, and I have stopped eating out so much- I sat down and wrote out all my favorite things to eat then did an internet search on the recipes so that I can start prepping my own food. Is there anything else I should/could be doing to lower my expenses?

Apr. 29th, 2008

silent EMO duck

christopher575

dot dot . . . dot

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Read the comments here.

Then read this.
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Jan. 22nd, 2008

HE KNOW DRAMA

cecilgene

WHAT NEXT??

OMG, now vurumai just told me that Kurt Cobain died? When did THIS happen???

Game over, man, game over.

Dec. 22nd, 2007

silent EMO duck

christopher575

bobaloo has removed you from their friends list.

You know, I should have known there would be some kind of backlash when I took tiny_tobie under my wing. People don't realize there's a stigma, but there totally is. Everywhere we go together, I can see that people disapprove of our size-mixing. Well, guess what! I don't care! I'm proud to call him my friend and I'm going to post as often as I like about the wonderful times we have! If that makes you jealous or something, go ahead and remove me from your stupid friends list! (*coughcough* friends page viewing filters *cough*)

Ok, it does hurt. I have to let the pain out. I wish the edge of my bobaloo Full Release DVD (hilarious, btw) was sharp enough to cut myself with.

Dec. 14th, 2007

alesha

hipsterdad

I didn't realize that you wrote poetry. I didn't realize you wrote such bloody awful poetry.

Dec. 1st, 2007

silent EMO duck

christopher575

"My wi-fi died and I'm not sure why"

What a likely story. If you can't handle having a conversation on IM you should just admit it instead of signing out and sending a text message, pretending you lost your connection. Whatever!

I'm glad it's snowing so the whole city can feel cold and alone. JUST LIKE ME.

Nov. 30th, 2007

Nerd 2

badrobot68

OH MY GOD

You guys are TOTALLY ignoring this community.
How do you think cecilgene is going to feel?
Way to abandon him, everyone. Geeze.

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