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Here's To The Movies! - Chapter 1.2

OH HAI! Yep, I'm back. Once again with a legacy chapter coming out much later than I meant for it to. And without a cover. Hey, you know, it would take me even longer if I tried to make a cover, so :P.

Anyway, without any further ado, the story.

Here's To The Movies! - Chapter 1.1

 Hello everyone! I am finally back with another chapter, and because I have taken so long to prepare and finally write this chapter and I want to get on with the legacy because I really want to actually be able to finish one for once, I once again have not designed a cover for this. Please don't hate me. *beg* I will make some for the the next parts, presuming I don't take a full 4 or 5 months to post them. College does quite get in the way of this, though, so....but anyway, I will try.

Oh, and I apologize profusely for my inability to write an Italian accent, so please use your imagination.

Here's To The Movies! - Prologue

Hello everyone! I have a new Sims story for you all, and to shake things up (and because I don't have an account on the Sims 3 site) I'm putting it up here! I hope you enjoy it; please feel free to comment. Oh, and sorry, no cover for this one. It is just a prologue and I don't really have the time at the moment, and I want to release this as soon as possible. I promise there will be covers after this.

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Wow...you can tell I wrote this in sections on different days. XD Oh well.

New Journal!


I made a new journal that I'm going to use for stories. More specifically NaNoWriMo. Yes, I'm doing that this year. In college. I have no idea what's wrong with me.



Writer's Block: As the Cookie Crumbles

If you ran the fortune cookie factory, what message would you make sure gets put in a cookie?
"This is not the fortune you're looking for."

:D :D :D

No More (High) School!

That's right. I have officially graduated. :D It was this morning at 10:00, though we had to start a little late because of the traffic because our town is stupid and decided to rip up and gravel-ize the road to the school before it's out. Because you wouldn't want to wait until the summertime, when there aren't buses and cars and stuff there. But I digress. Yeah. It was long and boring, just as I expected. And it was windy, but at least it was nice outside, so we had it on the football field instead of in the gym. I lost my (annoying) hat once, but thankfully it was before we actually made it out in front of the bleachers, so only the people behind me saw it. Everyone was trying to hold them on as they walked out. Yep. And they did all the boring speeches that no one honestly listens to because we all just want to get our diplomas and graduate already. Seriously.

Oh, and I graduated second in my class. AKA salutatorian. Everyone says that I'm really first though, 'cause the guy who got valedictorian doesn't count because no one could beat him. XD

And now I'm off to Europe for two weeks. So obviously I most likely won't be on here much. Just FYI.


Cerebral Hemorrhage, Thy Name Is Physics

Holy hell.

I just got back from the AP Physics test. I wasn't too worried about it...at least not until I looked at the problems. We've gone over 24 years of free-responses for this, plus taking 5 practice tests in class (which I improved on: the first two were 3s, the next two 4s, and the last a 5), and none of them were as frickin' hard. We'd never seen anything even remotely close to some of the problems. They must have completely revamped it over this past summer. Oi. >.<

I think I'm gonna have to go beat down some people at College Board. 

Goodbye Brain

So it's finally AP testing season. Goodie. I'm excited beyond belief, let me tell you.

I already took two of the tests, and I have two more to go. I'm not allowed to talk about them, though. The AP Police might find out and cancel my grade. Which would be such a tragedy for AP Calc, since I probably failed it anyway. The AP English was easy, especially since I got to write about Equus. That's the second time I've used it for an English essay this year. Which is awesome. And it's also really easy to write about easier than some of the books I'd actually read that were on the list of books that could be used, because I've actually seen it and I can picture it better. And now I better stop before I get off on a tangent about Equus and Dan. ;)

Also, apparently we have to finish the entire Calc 2 class or we'll fail it. Literally. Even though it isn't really for a technical grade, just a completion thing. That's stupid. We already took the AP test. And I have two more to do, which takes up time, on top of the fact that some of the lessons take many days to complete, and that after next Friday I'm on vacation until graduation practice...I'm so screwed. And the fact that I can't do it right unless I have someone explain it to me because math is not something you want to take online, at least not upper-level math.


And I thought I was finished with almost everything. But no.

Writer's Block: Beautiful Vistas

What is the most beautiful view you've ever seen? Have you been there, or do you plan to visit? If you have one, share a picture.

Let's see if this thing works this time. South Molle Island, Australia, at about 5:30 in the morning:

Yes, I did take that. Hopefully I can go back sometime; the entire island was gorgeous. Actually the whole country is, but whatever.

Fast Times At *insertnamehere* High ;)

I got this thing from joe_the_stamped  and decided to do it. Have fun guessing! Some are obvious if you know anything about me (and actors I like), and others are obvious because they just are.

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