Wednesday, March 29, 2006


While laying out on my balcony earlier I had this weird moment in which I realized that moving to a new place where you don't know anyone a) enables you to act with an air of alluring mystery towards anyone you see on the street and b) totally bosts your self-image.

Found a job the 1st day back. May even find a better job; cheap clothes being a better perk than books. Yet I have a subtly increasing fear of walking into Urban Outfitters and being eye-mugged by the faux-hipster staff. Then again, at least it wouldn't be Barnes and Noble.

In summation, Georgetown is hilarious and come this summer I'll be seeing a hell of a lot more of it, whether I like it or not.

- adam

Wednesday, March 22, 2006


Exausted from my life of 9am work and 2am Madden 2k5. This calls for one thing and one thing only. SNAKES ON A PLANE!!!!!!!

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Tuesday, March 14, 2006

You are not allowed to see until you stop taking those pills

Been broing down consistently these past few weeks, it's almost to the point that I feel the need to hide in my room and read books. It's not even that I feel like I miss things anymore, that's bound to happen, but that as much as I get excited about "adam time" whenever I sit down by myself to read or watch a film or some such activity I'm totally ADD'ed within 30 minutes. I can't tell whether it's a positive or negative phase but I figure I'll ride it through until break when I'm back in Virginia at "Telegraph Estate."

- adam

Begging the Question

Monday, March 13, 2006


Guerrilla News Network turned out to be quite interesting, especially the segment from the "Battleground" documentary. Anthony from GNN turned out to be a really amusing guy to hang out with at a bar as he regalled us with the trials and tribulations of his career and journalism while at the same to managing to put up with/contribute to our wise mouthed haterism.

Found the Aa in Cleveland to be hella boring though everyone else seemed to be in to various aspects of the show. All-in-all I agree with AC in the notion that noise music is very difficult to reproduce live in an engrossing manner.

Still waiting for my manager to send in her letter of recommendation so I can get started on figuring out how my finances and whatnot are going to work out next semester. It's utterly tiresome to have to wait for someone to complete a simple task that they agreed to finish with a finite period of time. I even wrote up a complete draft of the letter for her 2 weeks ago, yet the process remains stalled.

Think I'm gonna go back to VA for break though I very well may venture up into NYC for at least a few days as I'm inexplicably drawn there after a period of a few months.

- adam