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Date:2005-02-10 21:04
Subject:In honor of St. Valentine, a quiz...
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Mood: calm



You Are A Romantic Realist


You are more romantic than 50% of the population.






You tend to be grounded when it comes to romance.
Sure, you can fall hard... but only for someone you've gotten to know.
And once you're in love, you can be a total romantic goofball...
But you'd never admit it to your friends!




True that, baby.

Valentine's Day is no match for Biscotti's and hot laydays!

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Date:2005-01-22 09:48
Subject:I wish I was 22...
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Mood: lazy



You Are 22 Years Old



22





Under 12: You are a kid at heart. You still have an optimistic life view - and you look at the world with awe.

13-19: You are a teenager at heart. You question authority and are still trying to find your place in this world.

20-29: You are a twentysomething at heart. You feel excited about what's to come... love, work, and new experiences.

30-39: You are a thirtysomething at heart. You've had a taste of success and true love, but you want more!

40+: You are a mature adult. You've been through most of the ups and downs of life already. Now you get to sit back and relax.




So about all that homework I need to do. Arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

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Date:2005-01-21 17:53
Subject:HEARD IT!
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Mood: chipper



You Have A Type A Personality



A





You are hyper, energetic, and always on the mood
You tend to succeed at everything you attempt
And if you don't succeed at first, you quickly climb your way to the top!

You could be called a workaholic, but you also make time for fun
As long as it's high energy and competitive, you're interested
You have the perfect personality for business and atheltic success




You know, this quiz makes it seem good to be a Type A... when I'm sure to others it can be pretty annoying.

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Date:2005-01-16 14:29
Subject:The sad thing is, this is kind of true...
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Mood: drained



You Don't Have a Boyfriend Because You are Too Busy


While a relationship sounds nice, you're strapped for time

Whether you're legitimately busy or just making excuses...

... You don't give men enough of your time.

As nice as "instant love" would be, there's just no such thing.




Why Don't You Have a Boyfriend Take This Quiz :-)

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Date:2005-01-13 19:55
Subject:So true!
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Mood:procrastinating

You scored as Drama nerd.

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Drama nerd

56%

Punk/Rebel

38%

Prep/Jock/Cheerleader

31%

Ghetto gangsta

25%

Geek

19%

Goth

13%

Loner

6%

Stoner

0%

What's Your High School Stereotype?
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Drama nerds rock the hizouse! PARTAY.

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Date:2004-12-24 16:27
Subject:Hardy har har.
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Mood: amused

Dear Santa,

I have been a good girl.

It really wasn't my fault what happened at Lee's Christmas party. It was Gabriella who spiked the punch with too much gin. I can't help it if I drank 3 glasses. It was so good---smelled and tasted just like plumeria.

I thought it was funny when I put Mike's shoes on my head and danced the macarena on the bed while singing `Think of Me'. I didn't mean to break Lee's iPod and don't know why Lee would sue me for murder.

I don't remember calling Charlie's wife a skanky cow---even though she looked like one with blue eye shadow and orange lipstick!

And when I threw up on Mrs. Hall's husband's toe, it was only because I ate too much of that gingerbread.

After all that fun, I admit I was a little tired. So I fell asleep on my way home and drove my bike through my neighbor's garage. I don't think that was any reason for my neighbor to call me a ugly cat and have me arrested for grand theft!

So, Santa...here I sit in my jail cell on Christmas Eve, all sweet and chewy. And I'm really not to blame for any of this venomous stuff. Please bring me what I want the most---bail money!

Sincerely and adoringly yours,
Annie (Really a nice girl!)

P.S. It's only 72 bucks!

Click here to write your own

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Date:2004-12-11 07:22
Subject:What a cool quiz.
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Mood:awake

Open Eyes
One on One
Quicksand
Take the Quiz and build your portrait!





I went to bed at 9:30 last night. Oh yeah.

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Date:2004-12-09 23:07
Subject:Buddhism, baby!
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Mood: cheerful

You scored as Buddhist.

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Buddhist

70%

Jewish

55%

Cult

50%

Anarchist

45%

Christian

40%

Catholic

30%

Religion
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Date:2004-11-07 10:07
Subject:Oh, my bleeding heart.
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Mood: not surprised



You Are a Liberal for Life



You've got a bleeding heart - and you're proud of it.

For you, liberal means being compassionate, pro-government, and anti-business.

You believe in equality for every person, and you consider yourself universally empathetic.

Helping others is not just political for you ... it's very personal too.


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Date:2004-05-13 22:22
Subject:Sooo true!
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Mood: amused

Liberal
Where do you fall on the liberal - conservative political spectrum? (United States)

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Date:2004-04-28 16:34
Subject:College Board's 101 Greatest Works of Lit.
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Beowulf

*Achebe, Chinua - Things Fall Apart

Agee, James - A Death in the Family

*Austen, Jane - Pride and Prejudice

Baldwin, James - Go Tell It on the Mountain

Beckett, Samuel - Waiting for Godot

Bellow, Saul - The Adventures of Augie March

*Brontë, Charlotte - Jane Eyre

*Brontë, Emily - Wuthering Heights

Camus, Albert - The Stranger

Cather, Willa - Death Comes for the Archbishop

Chaucer, Geoffrey - The Canterbury Tales

Chekhov, Anton - The Cherry Orchard

Chopin, Kate - The Awakening

Conrad, Joseph - Heart of Darkness

Cooper, James Fenimore - The Last of the Mohicans

Crane, Stephen - The Red Badge of Courage

Dante - Inferno

de Cervantes, Miguel - Don Quixote

Defoe, Daniel - Robinson Crusoe

Dickens, Charles - A Tale of Two Cities

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor - Crime and Punishment

*Douglass, Frederick - Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

Dreiser, Theodore - An American Tragedy

Dumas, Alexandre - The Three Musketeers

Eliot, George - The Mill on the Floss

Ellison, Ralph - Invisible Man

Emerson, Ralph Waldo

*Faulkner, William - As I Lay Dying

*Faulkner, William - The Sound and the Fury

*Fitzgerald, F. Scott - The Great Gatsby

Flaubert, Gustave - Madame Bovary

Ford, Ford Madox - The Good Soldier

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von - Faust

*Golding, William - Lord of the Flies

*Hardy, Thomas - Tess of the d'Urbervilles

*Hawthorne, Nathaniel - The Scarlet Letter

*Heller, Joseph - Catch-22

Hemingway, Ernest - A Farewell to Arms

Homer - The Iliad (in translation)

*Homer - The Odyssey (in translation)

Hugo, Victor - The Hunchback of Notre Dame

*Hurston, Zora Neale - Their Eyes Were Watching God

*Huxley, Aldous - Brave New World

Ibsen, Henrik - A Doll's House

James, Henry - The Portrait of a Lady

James, Henry - The Turn of the Screw

*Joyce, James - A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

*Kafka, Franz - The Metamorphosis

*Kingston, Maxine Hong - The Woman Warrior

*Lee, Harper - To Kill a Mockingbird

Lewis, Sinclair - Babbitt

London, Jack - The Call of the Wild

Mann, Thomas - The Magic Mountain

*Marquez, Gabriel García - One Hundred Years of Solitude

Melville, Herman - Bartleby the Scrivener

Melville, Herman - Moby Dick

Miller, Arthur - The Crucible

Morrison, Toni - Beloved

O'Connor, Flannery - A Good Man is Hard to Find

O'Neill, Eugene - Long Day's Journey into Night

*Orwell, George - Animal Farm

Pasternak, Boris - Doctor Zhivago

Plath, Sylvia - The Bell Jar

Poe, Edgar Allan - Selected Tales

Proust, Marcel - Swann's Way

Pynchon, Thomas - The Crying of Lot 49

*Remarque, Erich Maria - All Quiet on the Western Front

*Rostand, Edmond - Cyrano de Bergerac

Roth, Henry - Call It Sleep

Salinger, J.D. - The Catcher in the Rye

*Shakespeare, William - Hamlet

*Shakespeare, William - Macbeth

*Shakespeare, William - A Midsummer Night's Dream

*Shakespeare, William - Romeo and Juliet

Shaw, George Bernard - Pygmalion

*Shelley, Mary - Frankenstein

Silko, Leslie Marmon - Ceremony

Solzhenitsyn, Alexander - One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich

*Sophocles - Antigone

Sophocles - Oedipus Rex

*Steinbeck, John - The Grapes of Wrath

Stevenson, Robert Louis - Treasure Island

Stowe, Harriet Beecher - Uncle Tom's Cabin

Swift, Jonathan - Gulliver's Travels

Thackeray, William - Vanity Fair

Thoreau, Henry David - Walden

Tolstoy, Leo - War and Peace

Twain, Mark - The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

*Voltaire - Candide

Vonnegut, Kurt Jr. - George Bergeron

*Walker, Alice - The Color Purple

Wharton, Edith - The House of Mirth

Welty, Eudora - Collected Stories

Whitman, Walt - Leaves of Grass

*Wilde, Oscar - The Picture of Dorian Gray

(about to) Williams, Tennessee - The Glass Menagerie

Woolf, Virginia - To the Lighthouse

Wright, Richard - Native Son
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Hmm... these may be great works of literature, but some of the ones I've read (Tess of the D'Urbervilles for example) were really bad. *shurg* Some of these I want to read, though.

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Date:2004-04-24 15:01
Subject:I B smrt!
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Mood: amused

genius
You are the Genius. You know all the
answers, and since most classes are
test-oriented, you'll do fine. You get at
least decent grades without studying. Everyone
hates you.


What Kind of IB (International Baccalaureate) Student Are You?
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This quiz amuses me greatly. The other results are slacker, over-achiever (this one is probably more what I am), procrastinator, and certificate IB student. It's great that someone actually made a quiz like this. Rock freaking on. Go IB students, go!

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Date:2004-03-18 17:28
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According to the SelectSmart.com Belief System Selector, my #1 belief match is Secular Humanism. </br> What do you believe?</b></a> Visit SelectSmart.com/RELIGION


This is actually pretty interesting because when I took this test the first time (July 2002 - wow that's a long time ago!), I got reform Judaism; now, its number 10 on my list.

I think that fact pretty much speaks for itself.

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Date:2004-03-18 17:18
Subject:This is really clever!
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Mood: calm



I'm terza rima, and I talk and smile.
Where others lock their rhymes and thoughts away
I let mine out, and chatter all the while.

I'm rarely on my own - a wasted day
Is any day that's spent without a friend,
With nothing much to do or hear or say.

I like to be with people, and depend
On company for being entertained;
Which seems a good solution, in the end.
What Poetry Form Are You?


One of the cleverest quizzes I've seen in a long while.

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Date:2004-02-21 14:04
Subject:Random acts of kindness
Security:Public

I think this is really cool

Behold, the power of the internet.

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Date:2004-02-04 19:26
Subject:Modern Library top 100 list - ie: books to read next :)
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Mood:procrastinatory

1. Ulysses, James Joyce
2. The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald
*3. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, James Joyce
4. Lolita, Vladimir Nabokov
*5. Brave New World, Aldous Huxley
6. The Sound and the Fury, William Faulkner
*7. Catch-22, Joseph Heller
8. Darkness at Noon, Arthur Koestler
9. Sons and Lovers, D. H. Lawrence
*10. The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck
11. Under the Volcano, Malcolm Lowry
12. The Way of All Flesh, Samuel Butler
*13. 1984, George Orwell
14. I, Claudius, Robert Graves
15. To the Lighthouse, Virginia Woolf
16. An American Tragedy, Theodore Dreiser
17. The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, Carson McCullers
18. Slaughterhouse Five, Kurt Vonnegut
19. Invisible Man, Ralph Ellison
20. Native Son, Richard Wright
21. Henderson the Rain King, Saul Bellow
22. Appointment in Samarra, John O' Hara
23. U.S.A. (trilogy), John Dos Passos
24. Winesburg, Ohio, Sherwood Anderson
25. A Passage to India, E. M. Forster
26. The Wings of the Dove, Henry James
27. The Ambassadors, Henry James
28. Tender Is the Night, F. Scott Fitzgerald
29. The Studs Lonigan Trilogy, James T. Farrell
30. The good soldier by Ford Madox Ford
*31. Animal Farm, George Orwell
32. The Golden Bowl, Henry James
33. Sister Carrie, Theodore Dreiser
34. A Handful of Dust, Evelyn Waugh
*35. As I Lay Dying, William Faulkner
36. All the King's Men, Robert Penn Warren
37. The Bridge of San Luis Rey, Thornton Wilder
38. Howards End, E. M. Forster
39. Go Tell It on the Mountain, James Baldwin
40. The Heart of the Matter, Graham Greene
*41. Lord of the Flies, William Golding
42. Deliverance, James Dickey
43. A Dance to the Music of Time (series), Anthony Powell
44. Point Counter Point, Aldous Huxley
45. The Sun Also Rises, Ernest Hemingway
46. The Secret Agent, Joseph Conrad
47. Nostromo, Joseph Conrad
48. The Rainbow, D. H. Lawrence
49. Women in Love, D. H. Lawrence
50. Tropic of Cancer, Henry Miller
51. The Naked and the Dead, Norman Mailer
52. Portnoy's Complaint, Philip Roth
53. Pale Fire, Vladimir Nabokov
54. Light in August, William Faulkner
55. On the Road, Jack Kerouac
56. The Maltese Falcon, Dashiell Hammett
57. Parade's End, Ford Madox Ford
58. The Age of Innocence, Edith Wharton
59. Zuleika Dobson, Max Beerbohm
60. The Moviegoer, Walker Percy
*61. Death Comes to the Archbishop, Willa Cather [wasn't good!]
62. From Here to Eternity, James Jones
63. The Wapshot Chronicles, John Cheever
64. The Catcher in the Rye, J. D. Salinger
65. A Clockwork Orange, Anthony Burgess
66. Of Human Bondage, W. Somerset Maugham
67. Heart of Darkness, Joseph Conrad
68. Main Street, Sinclair Lewis
69. The House of Mirth, Edith Wharton
70. The Alexandria Quartet, Lawrence Durrell
71. A High Wind in Jamaica, Richard Hughes
72. A House for Ms. Biswas, V. S. Naipaul
73. The Day of the Locust, Nathaniel West
74. A Farewell to Arms, Ernest Hemingway
75. Scoop, Evelyn Waugh
76. The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Muriel Spark
77. Finnegans Wake, James Joyce
78. Kim, Rudyard Kipling
79. A Room With a View, E. M. Forster
80. Brideshead Revisited, Evelyn Waugh
81. The Adventures of Augie March, Saul Bellow
82. Angle of Repose, Wallace Stegner
83. A Bend in the River, V. S. Naipaul
84. The Death of the Heart, Elizabeth Bowen
85. Lord Jim, Joseph Conrad
86. Ragtime, E. L. Doctorow
87. The Old Wives' Tale, Arnold Bennett
88. The Call of the Wild, Jack London
89. Loving, Henry Green
90. Midnight's Children, Salman Rushdie
91. Tobacco Road, Erskine Caldwell
92. Ironweed, William Kennedy
93. The Magus, John Fowles
94. Wide Sargasso Sea, Jean Rhys
95. Under the Net, Iris Murdoch
96. Sophie's Choice, William Styron
97. The Sheltering Sky, Paul Bowles
98. The Postman Always Rings Twice, James M. Cain
99. The Ginger Man, J. P. Donleavy
100. The Magnificent Ambersons, Booth Tarkington

Ouch. I suck. I've only read 9 of them! Well hey, this is a good reading list for me...

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Date:2003-08-09 23:01
Subject:
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Mood: cheerful

Brian Result
You're Brian "Thundergod" Rosenworcel!


Which Member of Guster Are You?
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Mmm... Brian... *droolage*

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Date:2002-10-27 10:07
Subject:New icon!
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Mood: loved

Look at my new icon! Lookie! Lookie lookie!

In case you can't see it, here:



Isn't it PRETTY?!?! *luffs it*

THANK YOU QUACKK!!!

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Date:2002-10-10 19:49
Subject:^_^ I'm Jeanne!
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Mood: amused


Which One of Justin and Kaylin's Friends are You?

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Date:2002-07-10 13:40
Subject:So this thing'll be useful after all...
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Mood: amused

Have decided that I'll post all of the quizzes I take in this journal. That way my real one isn't full of them (not like I take all that many quizzes anyway!). Pretty smart, eh?

According to the SelectSmart.com Belief System Selector, my #1 belief match is Reform Judaism. </br> What do you believe?</b></a> Visit SelectSmart.com/RELIGION


That's actually pretty close to what I am. They didn't have a category for conservative Judaism, at any rate. Very iiiiiinteresting, eh?

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