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aggieleigh [userpic]

i'm gay 24/7

September 30th, 2006 (06:39 pm)

I should really be working on the mass amounts of things I have left to do this evening, however, I am doing this cuz I am the master procrastonator.

So, here's how it works:
1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, etc)
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question, type the song that's playing
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button

Opening Credits:
Center of the Universe--Built to Spill

Waking Up:
Nothing I Can Do About it Now--Willie Nelson

First Day At School:
Sing it Again--Beck

Falling In Love:
Come as You Are--Nirvana

Fight Song:
On the Road Again--Bob Dylan

Breaking Up:

Across the Universe--The Beatles

Life's OK:
While My Guitar Gently Weeps--The Beatles

Mental Breakdown:
Take This Waltz--Leonard Cohen

Are You Ready--Sly and the Family Stone

I Need You Back--Ben Kweller

Sex Scene:
Father Father #2--Super Furry Animals

Getting Back Together:
Tonight it's You--Cheap Trick

A Boy's Best Friend--The White Stripes

Birth of Child-
It Ain't Easy--David Bowie. Tell me about it.

Final Battle:
You Can Call me Al--Paul Simon

Death Scene:
Waiting for the Miracle--Leonard Cohen

Funeral Song:
Ordenes e Farei

End Credits:
Thankful and Thoughtful---Sly AGAIN!

Most of these didn't really work out, but there are a couple good ones.

aggieleigh [userpic]

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September 27th, 2006 (09:11 pm)

45 of the most random things you probably never needed to know about someone
whats your name spelt backwards?:segna
What did you do last night?:went to sleep
The last thing you downloaded onto your computer?:lost
Have you ever licked a 9 volt battery?:No
Last time you swam in a pool?:a million years ago
What are you wearing?:jeans and a sweater
How many cars have you owned?:two. well,really none, they were my parents
Type of music you dislike most?:smooth jazz
Are you registered to vote?:yes
Do you have cable?:no
What kind of computer do you use?:mac
Ever made a prank phone call?:yes
You like anyone right now?:yep
Would you go bungee jumping or sky diving?:sky diving i guess, but i don't know neither really
Furthest place you ever traveled?:italy
What's your favorite comic strip?:calvin and hobbes
Do u know all the words to the national anthem?:yes
Shower, morning or night?:night
Best movie you've seen in the past month?:i dont know
Favorite pizza toppings?:cheese
Chips or popcorn?:depends
What cell phone provider do you have?:verizon
Have you ever smoked peanut shells?:no
Have you ever been in a beauty pageant?:no.i thought that said have you ever been pregnant. also no.
Orange Juice or apple?:orange to the max
Who were the last people you sat at lunch with?:taylor mauch kind of by accident
favorite chocolate bar?:i don't know
Who is your longest friend and how long?:max landis since we were 4 or 5
Last time you ate a homegrown tomato?:years ago
Have you ever won a trophy?:i got a basketball one, but everyone on the team got one. i gave it to my high school boyfriend for his birthday.
Favorite arcade game?:i don't knoq
Ever ordered from an infomercial?:once i convinced my mom to order me the complete set of lori davis hari care products when she was drunk
Sprite or 7-UP?:i don't know the difference
Have you ever had to wear a uniform to school/work?:i had a disgusting red smock when i worked at fannie may, and a slutty tee shirt at fannie may. we got to wear whatever we wanted at my other jobs
Last thing you bought at Walgreens?:probably gatorade
Ever thrown up in public?:in a bathroom stall, never on the street or anything
Would you prefer being a millionaire or finding true love?:finding true love
Do you believe in love at first sight?:no
SPONGEBOB OR JIMMY NEUTRON?:spongebob totally, jimmy fagtron sux dix
Did you have long hair as a young kid?:not really.....kind of. i had it longer as a grown up
What message is on your voicemail machine?:none. i delete them as i get them
Where would you like to go right now?:mmm....i don't know. maybe, into my bed
Whats the name of your pet?:boomer and mullen live in my house but are not my pets. onslow is a shit who lives with my parents. jack is my only true pet, dead though he may be. the same goes for figgie
What kind of back pack do you have, and what's in it?:i am way too cool for backpacks little girl, im over 20 years old duhhh
What do you think about most?:fuckin
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aggieleigh [userpic]

movie games movie games lalalalala

May 27th, 2006 (01:17 am)

ok, so the way this works is that you are supposed to put quotes from your 25 favorite movies and then all your friends are supposed to guess what they are. here's the thing. 25 was getting exhausting. so i quit at eleven. but they are really good movies. and some of them are really effing easy, so i want everyone to guess at them.

1. "All I'm saying is that somewhere out there is the man you are supposed to marry. And if you don't get him first, somebody else will, and you'll have to spend the rest of your life knowing that somebody else is married to your husband"

2. “I wouldn’t wan’t to be a part of any club that would have someone like me as a member” (that's a two-fer)

3. “I’m as mad as hell, and I’n not going to take it anymore”

4. "The lack of humility before nature that's being displayed here, uh... staggers me."

5. "We've become a race of Peeping Toms. What people ought to do is get outside their own house and look in for a change. Yes sir. How's that for a bit of homespun philosophy?"

6." So, you've been tellin' everybody I've been sleepin' with ya, huh? Well that explains it! That's why these people treat me like some dime-store floozy. They think I'm screwin' the boss! Oooh, and you just love it, don't you? It gives you some sort of cheap thrill like knockin' over pencils and pickin' up papers! Get your scummy hands offa me! Look I've been straight with you since the first day I got here, and I've put up with all of your pinchin' and starin' and chasin' me around the desk because I need this job. But this is the last straw! Look, I've got a gun out there in my purse. Up until now I've been forgivin' and forgettin' because of the way I was brought up, but I'll tell you one thing. If you ever say another word about me or make another indecent proposal, I'm gonna get that gun of mine, and I'm gonna change you from a rooster to a hen with one shot! And don't think I can't do it."

7. "It looks like a flamingo threw up in here!"

8. “We've wounded this mountain. It's our duty to close her wounds. It's the least we can do to show our gratitude for all the wealth she's given us. If you guys don't want to help me, I'll do it alone.”

9." We bury our sins here, Dave. We wash them clean."

10. “I came!”

11." It's as if Perry and I grew up in the same house. And one day he went out the back door and I went out the front."

aggieleigh [userpic]

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March 6th, 2006 (02:28 am)

current mood: sleepy

i never write on this anymore. what a hooker i've become.

the oscars, huh? what a waste of gold.

crash was retarded.

actually, i didn't see it. but i know.

i've done what i came here to do, and now to bed.

aggieleigh [userpic]

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December 28th, 2005 (09:34 pm)

current mood: hungry
current song: "when johnny comes marching home" dolly parton

"all i want to do is live with you in an apartment in park slope or cobble hill where most everything is white except for something like a blue eames couch or a red rotary phone (i.e. my room in la with less crap). i think we should make all tables/surfaces out of stacks of old books and do nothing but wear long johns from american apparel and smoke out the window. we should always have red wine in the house and cook chicken with fun things like rosemary and sage. we should have a big, pretty cat that looks exactly like sam but not as dead. i want to go out with a skinny boy who looks like a cross between ryan gossling and abe lincoln. he will wear really subtly expensive clothes with dirty tennis shoes. we'll go to old timey bars that seem like dives but have 5 star chefs that serve things like cheeseburgers with roquefort cheese and ginger cake. i’m hungry, can you tell? everything in our life will be: gray, brown, white, lavender and dark red. everything will smell like gardenias and/or cigarette smoke. you will be a copywriter and i will be a commercial director and together we will make really smart, pretty commercials like the t-mobile one when the parents get the cell phone bill and angrily call their children by their full names. in summary, we will be the royal tenenbaums. i am in la. they fucking lost my luggage and i accidentally took some whore’s suitcase that looks exactly like mine so i have to go to the airport and deal with that shit all day. i’ll call you later. love you."


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December 28th, 2005 (04:02 am)

Diane Keaton has long been one of my favorite actresses, and just generally one of my favorite public figures. I think the work she did in the 1970's was amazing. The Godfather movies, Annie Hall, all those Woody Allen movies she did--those films are great. And I have always liked that she is maybe a little insane, and maybe a little sad, and although she tries to hide it. She can't help but be vulnerable to the public. I kind of identify with the way that she is a little more open than she would like to be. She doesn't know how to avoid questions, or steer conversations in the way she wants them to go. Although she tries to be vague, she is always a little too open, and once she reveals a bit, there is no way she can stop the profusion of questions about her very private life that her statements have invited.

I didn't go to crazy tonight. I went to a movie with a friend, and ended up just sitting home watching Charlie Rose at three in the morning. Charlie Rose is another one who I think is a little bit insane. His interviews are always good, but they tend to get a little bit creepy. I think he is just too enamored with his subject by the end of it. The interview is going fine, and then he will tell them that he is enamored with them in their work, and they are the most interesting person he has ever seen close up, and you feel uncomfortable. He is just a little too casual. He likes to refer to people's ex-husbands or dead best friend by their first name to make the people he is interviewing feel more comfortable, which probably works. But it also makes me feel really creepy. Tonight his guests were Rob Marshall, the moron who directed Chicago and Memoirs of a Geisha, and Dianne Keaton. Rob Marshal talked about how much he loved Japanese culture and decided to cast a Chinese actress because she was right for the part, and race doesn't matter. Whatever. I'd like to see him cast a black Sayuri and then come at me with that argument. I wouldn't really have a problem with it, if the movie was good, but the absurdity of the whole stupid story made the film mediocre at best. And before I get back to Dianne Keaton, who told him he could start making huge multi million dollar movies? Where did this all come from? No body likes them, really. I have never seen Chicago, but come on guys. Let's get serious. Just for a minute. Can we get serious? That guy fucking sucks. Anyway. Dianne Keaton.
Dianne Keaton's interview started off with the good stuff. She has never married, and decided to adopt children in her 50's. But in every interview I have ever seen with her, she has talked about how meaningless love is. How impossible it is, and how there is no way that it can truly exist, or live up to what you see in the movies. She seemed like someone who has been hurt very badly. Or maybe has convinced herself that these things are true. It made me wonder what Warren Beaty and Woody Allen think when they hear her say these things on television. I wonder if they feel hurt, or embarrassed, or guilty. Maybe that is why people like to interviews Dianne Keaton, because she is so candid about these things.
The interview reminded me of this Christmas card I got this year. I went to a party in the Walnut Room at Marshall Field's in Chicago. The premise was that everyone had to write a little note to everyone else saying something special. One girl who I didn't know very well quoted a passage from her favorite book. I am paraphrasing but basically it said, "Being in love is like going to China. Lot's of people go, and tell me how great it is. And I read about China in books, and see it in movies. But I will never go to China, no matter how long I live. And that is fine, because as great as China is, there are so many other places in the world to see". I don't know why she decided that I needed to hear this, I am pretty sure it was just something that she likes. But it still kind of depressed me.
I don't want to get too personal, but anyone who has ever been in love knows that it is not just another feeling, that it is not as easy to alienate yourself from as vowing to never travel to a new country. And anyone who has been in love knows that being in love for real is a lot better than the love you see in the movies. Everyone who makes these sentiments knows the truth about it, because if you just don't care about something, or never think about it, you don't categorically rule it out. You remain open to it, and curious about it when it comes along.
It is scary to me, to think about all the people out there who have these beliefs, and who write these books, and say these things on Charlie Rose. Because something happened to them to make them what they are. And as painful as things get sometimes, how can someone abandon all hope? To live a life so empty that you don't even dream of companionship is one of the scariest things I can imagine. What happens to make people say things like that?
I guess that's all I will post on that, since I don't have a way to end it or much more to say, and it's already four in the morning.

aggieleigh [userpic]

my life's face looks like a butt

December 4th, 2005 (06:57 am)

current mood: drained

How could someone so cute have such a fat, ugly, retarded life? I don't know. But it happened.

aggieleigh [userpic]

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November 3rd, 2005 (03:36 pm)

current mood: melancholy
current song: Stuck inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again

OH MY GOD. sotp the world, melt with me, i am writing on my fucking livejournal. crazy. these four day weekends are starting to get to me. i need more to be going on in my life. i got fired from my job. everyone hates me. men are pigs. blah blah blah.
Sam Alito thinks that making women tell their husbands before getting an abortion is constitutional. but whatever.
I have been lisenting to Bob Dylan all day, which just makes me want to smoke pot and drive around south pass, and go to ihop or something. which i guess is not an option. but whatever.
I hate being a bith to people. I treat people like shit, and then I get what I've got coming to me. It's the story of my life. I am sorry to the people who i have fucked over. Although none of those people ever read this stupid thing. Because I am sure they don't care as much as I do. Thanksgiving cannot come fast enough.
Oh well, I guess Bob Dylan was an asshole too, and everyone loves him.

aggieleigh [userpic]

this one is kind of hard

July 28th, 2005 (04:47 pm)

current mood: morose
current song: Sufjan Stevens-Casimir Pulaski Day

i found this survey on someone's page. it is a little complicated, so i am going to tell you how i think it works. first, you comment on my comments thing, with anything you want. like, "do it to me" or whatever. and then i fill out this survey for you, so you don't really have to do anything, you just say hello, and then i fill the thing out for you, and then you read it. i mean if you care, which you may well not, i don't know. so, you do that. then, you post it on your own livejournal, and then i you do the thing about me. in your comments. do you get it? good.

1. I'll write something I like about you.
2. ...and what song/movie/icon reminds me of you.
4. I will try to name a single word that best describes you.
5. I'll tell you the most memorable moment I've had with you.
6. I will tell you what animal you remind me of.
7. ...and I'll tell you something that I've always wondered about you.
8. Then you will put this in your journal

p.s. if any one is reading this from Chicago, i seriously suggest you listen to Sufjan Stevens, and try to get his new album Illinois. He is going throught the states I believe, and he is starting with the midwest. He is fron Detroit and his last album was called Michigan. Anyway, the song Man of Metropolis Steals our Hearts is the most beautiful song about Illinois I have ever heard. Not that there are that many. Just get it, you will like it and be proud to be from there.

aggieleigh [userpic]

I'm writing a book, and the book's about fuckin'

June 28th, 2005 (01:47 am)

current mood: devious
current song: only the best

I have a new get rich quick scheme. I think I am going to write supermarket romance paperbacks and publish them under a pseudonym. is that a good idea? I am working on my first one right now. It is about a rich college girl from Virginia, who comes home for the summer and falls in love with a wealthy horse breeder, who is ten years older, and married! he has some evil dark haired wife named raven or something, and she is a big bitch, but she ends up having a steamy affair with her pool boy. and the main girl, named Julie, has really hot sex with the married guy. I haven't figured it out yet. But there will be horses, make up, and doing it. Are there any other components that go into that kind of book? I think that is basically all there is. I am thinking of buying one and reading it, but that might be too boring. Has anyone ever read one? What are they like?
In my mind, this is going to go really well. My plan is to publish this first book, my name might be Daisy Mongumary, or Rosemary Lafayette. I am going to publish one book, and it is going to be a great sucess. The publishers will sign me into a 3 book deal (I don't know if they even have those, or how publishers work). My books will become so popular, I will get a fan club of horny ladies who love me and my books. And the books will have coupons and contests in the back, and ladies will win lockets when they send in cut outs they found in the back of the books I write. The girls in my fan club will write me letters, and get stationary with my fake signature on it, and pins with my fake face. And this is going to make me rich. I'm what they call a clever devil.

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