Monthly Archives: July 2008

Took the plunge

Another year has passed. I’m 22 now. [Sheesh, still don’t believe that. I still think I’m 21].It was the same feel as my last birthday. I didn’t feel any older. I’d said at one time or another that I felt … Continue reading

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Raw, yet honest: Come

Supposedly his last album released under the name “Prince,” many deem this album as nothing more than fulfilling a contractual obligation to his newest contract with Warner Bros. Though the general public didn’t have many good feelings towards the album, … Continue reading

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Back from Vacation

I’m currently in “uniform” ready to go back to work after being on vacation for the past week. On Friday when I was heading back, I was thinking of having to make the call for my hours today and somewhat … Continue reading

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Going on Vacation

I haven’t been keeping up with this blog as much as I should have been, but then again, I haven’t really thought of much to put down lately that would be interesting enough for me to come back to later … Continue reading

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Appreciation of Hard Work

After reading an article in the paper about an 80-year old’s baseball flashback, I came to the realization that I appreciate things a lot more than most people my age. This goes back to my vendetta against music these days, … Continue reading

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DreamyPop Disclosed: on her favorite artist

I changed the title up a bit from last night. I wrote this in a whole mix of moods after listening to a few random songs from my new favorite album by my favorite artist. It’s a lot more personal … Continue reading

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Age-old question: Commercial vs. Experimental

This happens throughout the albums, but the question always remains which I prefer more. On the one hand, commercial albums are the ones most people know and can openly discuss. They’re always better than decent, but aren’t always extraordinary compared … Continue reading

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