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December 27th, 2007

Boy oh boy!!!

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This is fucked up. Look at the investigation. We're all criminals in their minds. Those that got out early are lucky

December 26th, 2007

Oh Well.

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This is a year-end round up. Boy oh boy changes did occur. I started St. John's in January and started my second Masters' Degree for Elementary Education. I passed all of the certification exams for New York State Teaching License. I went through all the motions of purchasing a home. In the end, we decided that it would be better to wait until we're both established. I got married and went to Hawaii. The most breath-taking experience. Now I'm going to start subbing in a few weeks and I come to the conclusion that the decision I made on leaving this place was the right decision especially after how these people are treating someone who bend over backwards for them for many many years. Oh well right what can you do? To 2008 and hopefully another year in the right direction.

March 8th, 2007

The Everything Test

There are many different types of tests on the internet today. Personality tests, purity tests, stereotype tests, political tests. But now, there is one test to rule them all.

Traditionally, online tests would ask certain questions about your musical tastes or clothing for a stereotype, your experiences for a purity test, or deep questions for a personality test.We're turning that upside down - all the questions affect all the results, and we've got some innovative results too! Enjoy :-)

Personality
You are more emotional than logical, more concerned about self than concerned about others, more atheist than religious, more loner than dependent, more lazy than workaholic, more traditional than rebel, more artistic mind than engineering mind, more idealist than cynical, more leader than follower, and more introverted than extroverted.

As for specific personality traits, you are adventurious (100%), intellectual (80%), artistic (72%), romantic (71%).

Stereotypes
Prep92%
Young Professional82%
Emo Kid78%
 
Life Experience
Sex23%
Substances38%
Travel29%

Politics
Your political views would best be described as Liberal, whom you agree with around 82% of the time.
  Socioeconomic
Your attitude toward life best associates you with Upper Class. You make more than 0% of those who have taken this test, and 21% more than the U.S. average.

If your life was a movie, it would be rated PG-13.
By the way, your hottness rank is 55%, hotter than 79% of other test takers.

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October 12th, 2006

Advance articles

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Island actresses to get theatrical at the Cup
Plus, opera at Lorenzo's Cabaret and Old Home Day at Historic Richmond Town
Wednesday, October 11, 2006
By AMY ANDRIULLI
ADVANCE STAFF WRITER
Victoria Venezia and Jill Ward, two Island actresses, will be featured in two (way) off-off-Broadway productions Saturday at The Cup, 388 Van Duzer St. at 8 p.m.

"The Great Nebula in Orion" and "Ludlow Fair," both written by Lanford Wilson and directed by Janine Scamardella, are two different stories of friendship and life.

"Ludlow Fair" is a bedtime story about two very different roommates who learn valuable lessons of love and self-awareness. "The Great Nebula in Orion" details the chance meeting of two girlhood friends after many years apart. Both women are successful, one married and the other achieved a successful career, but both admit to an aching emptiness beneath the surface of their lives.

"We went to school together and first met doing 'The Vagina Monologues.' We decided to do something outside of school to have ultimate creative freedom with our project and produced these shows," said Jill.

In addition to these shows, Victoria recently did some work for the "The Sopranos" and Jill was an extra in the upcoming movies "Spider Man 3" and "American Gangsters."

Tickets are available at the door for $5 or reserve by calling 917-478-3583

October 11th, 2006

A Review....

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Four Days til Great Nebula in Orion and Ludlow Fair:


These two great plays written by Lanford Wilson star the Fabulous Jill Ward and Enticing Victoria Venezia. It is directed by the Stanley Kubrick of the Stage: Janine Scamardella.

The Great Nebula in Orion is the story of two former college chums that reunite after a chance meeting at Bergdorf's of all places. Not since Vivian Leigh's portrayal of Scarlet O'Hara in Gone With The Wind does anyone encompass the hardships of a Well-to-do woman more than Jill Ward does as Carrie Brown Nee Smith. Victoria Venezia is more ravishing than ever as the Fashionista Louise. This is a show not to be missed.

Ludlow Fair once a county carnival in Shropshire that was visited by drunks is now the FANTASTIC one-act play of two roommates battling out Weapon X style or at least Dante-Randallish. There has not been a better pair of two bickering roommates that exude disfunctionality since Felix & Oscar and Bert & Ernie. You can get a better duet of two female thespians than Jill Ward and Victoria Venezia they out shine Sarandon and Davis, Lucy and Ethel, even Monroe and Russell.

You will be sorry if you miss this wonderful night of One-Acts.

Brought to you this weekend:
The Muddy aka The Cup Coffee Shop
Van Duzer Street
8PM
$5.oo dollar tickets at the door

&

The Producer's Club Theatre
44th Street & 9th Avenue
7:30 PM
$15.oo at the door

October 8th, 2006

IF YOU'RE ON MY FRIENDS LIST,
I want to know 28 things about you.I don't care if we've never talked, never liked each other, or if we already know everything about each other. I really don't. You are obviously on my list, so let me know with whom I am friends!


1.Your Middle Name: Frances
2. Age: 25
3. Single or Taken: Taken
4. Favorite Movie: Stand By Me
5. Favorite Song: I like too many to choose one
6. Favorite Band/Artist: Madonna
7. Dirty or Clean: Messy
8. Tattoos and/or Piercings: Both


Here are the interesting ones...

1. Do we know each other outside of LJ? Yes...I guess I do know Earl.
2. Whats your philosophy on life? Mind Over Matter: If you don't mind, it doesn't matter.
3. Would you have my back in a fight? Yeah
4. Would you keep a secret from me if you thought it was in my best interest? Yes
5. What is your favorite memory of us? The Taz Situation: "You stuffed Taz!"
6. Would you give me a kidney? Are you A-?
7. Tell me one odd/interesting fact about you: I wrote my first script when I WAS 5 YEARS OLD IT WAS CALLED THE tRIOLOGY OF hORROR:Ghoul School, The Attack of the Strangling Spaghetti and Bug Buster
8. Would you take care of me when I'm sick? Do you like soup?
9. Can we get together and make a cake? If you really want to.
10. Have you heard any rumors of me lately? Ah no.
11. Do you/have you talk(ed) crap about me? No I love you so why would I.
12. Do you think I'm a good person? Heall Yeah!
13. Would you drive across country with me? We dorve to Philly once so I owuld hope so.
14. Do you think I'm attractive? A real sexy guy.
15. If you could change anything about me, would you? I think you should Move out of your house.
16. What do you wear to sleep? A getting a little kinky with these questions. A white beater and shorts.
17. Would you come over for no reason just to hang out? Yeah
18. Would you go on a date with me if i asked you? I think Sukant would get mad.
19. If I only had one day to live, what would we do together? Game.
20. Will you repost this so i can fill it out for you? Sure.

August 29th, 2006

Could this be the answer???

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How To Start a Political Party
If Joe Lieberman can do it, I can do it.
By Daniel Engber
Posted Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006, at 6:18 PM ET
Joe Lieberman will appear on the Connecticut ballot this November despite losing the Democratic primary, said state officials on Wednesday. To get on the ballot, the senator collected more than 7,500 signatures and formed a brand-new political party called "Connecticut for Lieberman." Wait, can I start a party, too?

You bet. The rules differ depending on where you live, but in general all you have to do to start a political party is gather enough signatures. In the Explainer's home state of New York, you need to get 15,000 voters spread out across the state to sign a petition to have one or more candidates added to the ballot. (According to the distribution requirements, more than 100 people have to sign in each of at least 15 congressional districts.) Once you've got your signatures, you just have to number the pages, have a witness sign the bottom of each one, and then bind the whole package "by any means which will hold the pages together in numerical order." Send the thing to the State Board of Elections, and voilà!

Of course, you'll need a name for your party—something like "New York for the Explainer," for example. And you'll also need a logo or emblem. If you send in your petition without a party name and logo, the board may pick them on your behalf.


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What about party committees, rules, and procedures? "New York for the Explainer" won't need any of that until after the election. In fact, the party won't even get to have an official convention until an NYforE-backed candidate notches more than 50,000 votes in a gubernatorial contest. Once that happens, the party really gets going. It earns a dedicated slot on the ballot for four years and can field candidates for future elections without having to gather individual signatures.

Could Lieberman have run in Connecticut without a party affiliation? Sure—he didn't have to list a new party name on his petition. If he'd done that, he would still be on the ballot as an independent "petitioning candidate." In theory, he's better off with a new party, since Connecticut election law puts brand-new party candidates above petitioning candidates on the ballot. But in this particular election there aren't any petitioning candidates, so Lieberman will be at the bottom of the list either way.

Like New York, Connecticut gives official status to new parties only after they get a certain number of votes in a major election. That means "Connecticut for Lieberman" can become an official "minor party" for the next senatorial election if the senator wins 1 percent of the vote. (The party would have to field candidates in all the other state races to get party status across the board.)

The rules do vary from state to state, and forming a new party happens to be especially difficult in New York and Connecticut. In most places, you don't need to get a candidate on the ballot first. Instead, you can just start circulating a petition to get your party recognized with no particular election in mind. Then, once your party has formed, you can focus your work on putting together a slate of candidates.

Surname Poll

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Poll #809407 Surname blending.

In the new trend of blending surnames upon marriages or simply in the tabloids i.e. Brangelina, what name should Sukant and I choose as our surname once we are married?

Scamapadhyay
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Mukhopdella
1(100.0%)

July 17th, 2006

(no subject)

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Poll #772041 Austin, TX?

Shall I move to Austin, TX?

Mean: 7.75 Median: 10 Std. Dev 3.90
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1(25.0%)
2
0(0.0%)
3
0(0.0%)
4
0(0.0%)
5
0(0.0%)
6
0(0.0%)
7
0(0.0%)
8
0(0.0%)
9
0(0.0%)
10
3(75.0%)

Austin, TX here I come

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I think I'm gonna move to Austin, TX after we get married The price of houses are great. Under $200,000 for a brand new house. It's the second largest film industry town and ranked second best city in the country. It's got a lot of pluses. Short commute only 600,000 people in the whole city. A lot of college so eventually I can teach. It's hot most of the year with the average high is the summer is 94 and the lowest in teh winter is 40. Plus the pay seems pretty good from the jobs that both and Sukant and I will be qualified ot get starting out around 65,000/year.

It's a city too without being as huge as Manhattan. It's the live music capital of the world., South by Southwest is held every year there and the film commission is rank no two in the country.

I need to get away form all the drama of my family. My brother is train wreck waiting to happen. He crashed his brand new fucking car into a telephone pole over a girl and never paid his insurance so how the hell is he gonna get it fixed. He has a five year loan out of the fucking car. Arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!

I'm sick of always being in the middle of all the shit whether it's between Lynnie and Joe-Joe or Lynnie and Jenna. Talk to each other directly please and don't involve me. I may get involve cos i'm sick of hearing the bullshit cos it's feed to me form every end.

I need to move far away and also to get away from Sukant's family and their drama. Oh he's a evil son cos he made plans to go away on teh weekend of his mother's birthday and they made plans last minute to go for dinner but they are having a party for her next week so what's the big fucking deal.

You know I just can't stand it anymore. I will miss my friends and even my family but you gusy can always come and visit.
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