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this morning's dream... [03 Nov 2000|11:07am]
...was that Cydniey and I met Tori Amos at a cafe/bar. She was eating alone, and later she got up to sing (inexplicably, with acoustic guitar in hand)...then I got stuck in an elevator, which seems entirely unrelated. That's all I recall...

I really need to get out more; my dreams are now regularly cast with LJ'ers...not that I mind so much. It's interesting to see how my brain interprets people I've never met...
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Pleugh. [03 Nov 2000|05:40pm]
[ mood | apathetic ]

Nothing like running a bath, only to find out the hot water ran out 2.5 seconds in.
Also, I have only 4 dollars on me, thus am forced to assemble a franken-dinner at home, consisting of some combination of margerine, peas, plain pasta, the last of the apple cider, and a packet of miso soup. This is not looking promising.
I have accomplished nothing of note today. I feel a sense of pride in my consistancy. Continual, uninterrupted uselessness.

I did well yesterday, though. Spent only 38 dollars and came away with:
* 1 long-sleeved fitted black t-shirt;
* 1 floor length (remarkable, seeing as I'm 6' tall) skirt, ideal for travelling in the medina;
* 1 pair embroidered silk shoes (flat, for travelling)
* 1 embroidered silk travel journal, with heavily decorated page edges, looks ancient already - love it;
* 1 Jamaican patty, not delicious.

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Breaking News... [03 Nov 2000|07:31pm]
[ mood | mischievous ]

From CNN:

'At a campaign appearance Tuesday at a charity center in San Jose, California, that helps people deal with addictions, Bush said, "I was able to share with some of the men and women here that I quit drinking in 1986 and haven't had a drop since then.'

Oh, really?

(video taken from a 1992 wedding. Draw your own conclusions.)

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