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AHHHHHH GO! [03 Dec 2004|04:13pm]

[ mood | content ]


just do it. >:o

b/c i fucking said so. THATS WHY.

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[02 Jun 2004|11:14pm]

[ mood | aggravated ]

-july 2nd at alvins 5756 cass ave. detroit
doors at 7:00pm - all ages - $6

red i flight (detroit)
illuminati (chicago/kEwL)
xTYRANTx (xxxour first showxxx/dance or get beat up)
nehemiah (mn/metal and good)
xtoo pure to diex (mn/straight edge mosh)
xKILL EVERYONEx (windsor/straight edge mosh/buncha faggots)

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FREE SHOW TONIGHT! [13 Mar 2004|04:45pm]


at the attic!!
6830 n 55th ave
glendale, az 85301


just show up becuase its free!

and then this

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what a deal [07 Feb 2004|11:29am]


7s, paper denim, humanitys right off the rack to your hands!!

75 to 90 bucks a pair + shipping
email me your size and style(girl or boy. big or small flair)

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[16 Dec 2003|05:09pm]

hello. im in a band named last ten minutes. and we're on radio takeover.com and as a good gesture would you all be kind enough to request our song?

thank you very much for your time


have a great day
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[30 Nov 2003|10:14pm]



god hates fags.com
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Partial birth abortion act endangers lives of women [25 Oct 2003|12:29am]

[ mood | pissed off ]

George W. Bush has grabbed his pen from his holster and is ready to sign the so-called Partial Birth Abortion Act of 2003, which passed Congress Wednesday. For reasons known only to him, he will sign a bill that will endanger the lives of women all across America.

Any pregnancy can go terribly wrong, and this ban outlaws medically necessary abortions that women need for serious medical conditions, such as strokes, renal failure or diabetes.

Anti-choice hardliners again are trying to politicize what is a medical and a moral issue. There is no procedure in medicine known as "partial birth" abortion.

Further, the ban contains no exception when the health of the woman is at risk. The U.S. Supreme Court has already ruled that any ban that does not safeguard women's lives is unconstitutional. And why shouldn't it? The mandate of our highest court is to safeguard the lives of its citizens.

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the American Nurses Association and the American Medical Women's Association oppose this ban. And why shouldn't they? The most respected medical associations in the country oppose a law that will imperil the lives of women who have been entrusted to their care.

AGOG has stated its position clearly: "Intervention of legislative bodies into medical decision making is inappropriate, ill-advised, and dangerous."

If it is ever enforced, this ban will put doctors in jail for providing the best and safest health care to women. This dangerous ban prevents women, in consultation with their families and trusted doctors, from making decisions about their own health.

Medicine should not be practiced on the floor of the Senate or the House of Representatives. I doubt that any member of Congress would like his or her colleagues deciding whether he should have surgery for prostate cancer or she should have a quadruple bypass operation.

What member of Congress would want his or her daughter or sister to have her health or life endangered because this law prohibits her from receiving the best medical care?

Indeed, no woman in America should be at the mercy of politically motivated hard-line anti-choice, anti-woman, anti-human rights lawmakers who are endangering the lives of women for their own political gain.

We know the law is on our side because the court has already spoken. And we know the American people are on our side because two-thirds of voters believe that women should have the right to bodily integrity and self-determination.

What we don't know is why any politician would knowingly want to harm his or her own constituents. In fact, this legislation is the culmination of a deceptive campaign to mislead these very citizens.

Women come to Planned Parenthood because we tell them the truth and we support them in making the right medical decisions for themselves.

Congress has made a reckless and irresponsible decision, and that is why we must now go to the courts to protect women's health.

Because our mandate is to provide the highest quality reproductive health care, Planned Parenthood will seek an immediate injunction and request a restraining order to prevent this legislation from taking effect.

We know we will win. That's not the issue. The issue is why we continually are fighting for what should already be ours - the freedom, the human right - to make our own childbearing choices.


I seriously cant belive I voted for such a ruthless piece of shit. I cant wait until the next election Im going democrat.

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[23 Oct 2003|09:33pm]

check it


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tape it and I'll pay you to send it to me [14 Oct 2003|12:00pm]

the last post is for people west of chicago.
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tape it and I'll pay you to send it to me [14 Oct 2003|11:59am]


anyone east of Chicago!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I WAS ON STAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

BUT I SLEPT THROUGH IT!...........................

I Have A Straight Edge Shirt On.
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[05 Jun 2003|09:31pm]

[ mood | enraged ]

okay. so today i woke up EARLY (which is unheard of in my life) because i was so anxious to get the day ever with because tomorrow is friday and friday means that i am going home. so all day i am in an extra good mood. i come home, go to the library, get gas... as you can see it seems like a normal day. but NO!

so dinner rolls around and dave and susie decide that del taco is what they want. well, i do NOT like del taco. WHAT-SO-EVER! but i was hungry and too busy with projects to argue. so i eat and everything is once again happy in my world.

THEN dave tells me that i get to drive the cruiser-the cruiser is this super-see-duper jeep tpe of thing with no doors or roof. it has a shade type of thing, but nothing special. and its stick, but here's the catch: it only has 3 gears- so im really excited. so we go to the store. alberson's to be exact.

now heres the whole reason i am telling this story. it is a story that just gives me more reason to strongly dislike the vast majority of the human population. or at least the population that i have met. SO. we go in and everything is dandy. on the way in we saw some guys selling puppies. and of course we made a big fuss over them, but from a distance. my stomach still gurt a bit from the del taco, but i was coping. so we lest. susie crawled in the back and said "dave, whats all over you seat? it gross. i think one of the beers opened." then i got in and stuck my hand on the floor to pick up the seat belt buckle and came up with a hand smothered in goo that smelled like hot sauce. so i tell dave that its hot sauce. it only took a second for us to figure out that it was throw-up. yeah, disgusting!!!!! i touched it! and it dripped on susie, and dave almost sat in it. it was awful.
so dave went to the guys that were selling the puppies, but they said that they saw nothing. WHICH IS IMPOSSIBLE!! we parked directly in front of them!

so we drove away in disgust and angry and i looked at the guys with the puppies and they had this smirk on their faced. hmm...

i think i should barf on them!

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amy & sarrah:.we.talk.shit. [04 Jun 2003|11:17am]

[ mood | ditzy ]

amy:that girl over there.yah.shes skanky.you can see her love handles.her big.fat.love.handles.

sarrah:i AGREE!

amy:pop a button on those pants why dontcha.

sarrah:yes,please do.

we're trying to talk shit.this is a first entry.it'll get better.

i hope.

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[20 May 2003|11:19pm]

man i hate everyone! i actually moved 200 miles away from my mom to get away from the long list of people i hate.
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Praise Emo. [14 Apr 2003|10:04pm]

[ mood | cynical ]

I finally figured out why Vagrant is selling so many records, they're listed as a Christian label on Yahoo

Speaking of Jesus-emo, Dashboard Confessional just shot a video that looks very much like a Staind video. Hey "Mainstream America"... get ready for a stern force-feeding of the watered down white guy music known as "EMO". Coming to a TV set near you. Make sure to pick up the issue of that great publication, Teen People, which features a piece on Dashboard Confessional himself. It even lets you know how much he paid for his pants! We were wondering how much those set him back! Also check out the issue of Interview Magazine, it features Dashboard wearing a shirt with the famous photo of Johnny Cash flipping off the camera. Not very Christ-like dude. But then again neither is nailing 16 year old fan gash in the back of your new Audi.

MWHAHAAH EMO KIDS SUCK. I love dashboard.

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following up [13 Apr 2003|01:46pm]

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There is no justification for this.... [13 Apr 2003|01:36pm]

[ mood | sad ]

Amid Allied jubilation, a child lies in agony, clothes soaked in blood
By Robert Fisk in Baghdad
08 April 2003

They lay in lines, the car salesman who'd just lost his eye but whose feet were still dribbling blood, the motorcyclist who was shot by American troops near the Rashid Hotel, the 50-year-old female civil servant, her long dark hair spread over the towel she was lying on, her face, breasts, thighs, arms and feet pock-marked with shrapnel from an American cluster bomb. For the civilians of Baghdad, this is the real, immoral face of war, the direct result of America's clever little "probing missions" into Baghdad.

It looks very neat on television, the American marines on the banks of the Tigris, the oh-so-funny visit to the presidential palace, the videotape of Saddam Hussein's golden loo. But the innocent are bleeding and screaming with pain to bring us our exciting television pictures and to provide Messrs Bush and Blair with their boastful talk of victory. I watched two-and-a-half-year-old Ali Najour lying in agony on the bed, his clothes soaked with blood, a tube through his nose, until a relative walked up to me.

"I want to talk to you," he shouted, his voice rising in fury. "Why do you British want to kill this little boy? Why do you even want to look at him? You did this – you did it!"

The young man seized my arm, shaking it violently. "Are you going to make his mother and father come back? Can you bring them back to life for him? Get out! Get out!" In the yard outside, where the ambulance drivers deposit the dead, a middle-aged Shia woman in black was thumping her fists against her breasts and shrieking at me. "Help me," she cried. "Help me. My son is a martyr and all I want is a banner to cover him. I want a flag, an Iraqi flag, to put over his body. Dear God, help me!"

It's becoming harder to visit these places of pain, grief and anger. The International Committee of the Red Cross yesterday reported civilian victims of America's three-day offensive against Baghdad arriving at the hospitals now by the hundred. Yesterday, the Kindi alone had taken 50 civilian wounded and three dead in the previous 24 hours. Most of the dead – the little boy's family, the family of six torn to pieces by an aerial bomb in front of Ali Abdulrazek, the car salesman, the next-door neighbours of Safa Karim – were simply buried within hours of their being torn to bits.

On television, it looks so clean. On Sunday evening, the BBC showed burning civilian cars, its reporter – "embedded" with US forces – saying that he saw some of their passengers lying dead beside them.

That was all. No pictures of the charred corpses, no close-ups of the shrivelled children. So perhaps I should warn those of what the BBC once called a nervous disposition to go no further. But if they want to know what America and Britain are doing to the innocent of Baghdad, they should read on.

I'll leave out the description of the flies that have been clustering round the wounds in the Kindi emergency rooms, of the blood caked on the sheets, the blood still dripping from the wounds of those I talked to yesterday. All were civilians. All wanted to know why they had to suffer. All – save for the incandescent youth who ordered me to leave the little boy's bed – talked gently and quietly about their pain. No Iraqi government bus took me to the Kindi hospital. No doctor knew I was coming.

Let's start with Mr Abdulrazek. He's the 40-year-old car salesman who was walking yesterday morning through a narrow street in the Shaab district of Baghdad – that's where the two American missiles killed at least 20 civilians more than a week ago – when he heard the jet engines of an aircraft. "I was going to see my family because the phone exchanges have been bombed and I wanted to make sure they were OK," he said. "There was a family, a husband and wife and kids, in front of me.

"Then I heard this terrible noise and there was a light and I knew something had happened to me. I went to try to help the family in front of me but they were all gone, in pieces. Then I realised I couldn't see properly." Over Mr Abdulrazek's left eye is a wad of thick bandages, tied to his face. His doctor, Osama al-Rahimi, tells me that "we did not operate on the eye, we have taken care of his other wounds". Then he leant towards my ear and said softy: "He has lost his eye. There was nothing we could do. It was taken out of his head by the shrapnel." Mr Abdulrazek smiles – of course, he does not know that he will be forever half-blind – and suddenly breaks into near-perfect English, a language he had learnt at high school in Baghdad. "Why did this happen to me?" he asks.

Yes, I know the lines. President Saddam would have killed more Iraqis than us if we hadn't invaded – not a very smart argument in the Kindi hospital – and that we're doing all this for them. Didn't Paul Wolfowitz, the US Deputy Defence Secretary, tell us all a few days ago that he was praying for the American troops and for the Iraqi people? Aren't we coming here to save them – let's not mention their oil – and isn't President Saddam a cruel and brutal man? But amid these people, such words are an obscenity.

Then there was Safa Karim. She is 11 and she is dying. An American bomb fragment struck her in the stomach and she is bleeding internally, writhing on the bed with a massive bandage on her stomach and a tube down her nose and – somehow most terrible of all – a series of four dirty scarves that tie each of her wrists and ankles to the bed. She moans and thrashes on the bed, fighting pain and imprisonment at the same time. A relative said she is too ill to understand her fate. "She has been given 10 bottles of drugs and she has vomited them all up," he said.

The man opens the palms of his hands, the way Arabs do when they want to express impotence. "What can we do?" they always say, but the man was silent. But I'm glad. How, after all, could I ever tell him that Safa Karim must die for 11 September, for George Bush's fantasies and Tony Blair's moral certainty and for Mr Wolfowitz's dreams of "liberation" and for the "democracy", which we are blasting our way through these people's lives to create?

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[05 Apr 2003|03:42pm]


Ok for real though Im looking at this pic and I totally want to puke she looks like a monster.. pomade just pointed that shit out to me.

The funny thing is.. SHE TOTALLY DRY HUMPED my boyfriend.. hahahahahha and I wont let him live it down. I HAVE HER SLOPPY SECONDSSSSSSSSS SICKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK but he's mine.. so it's ok.. DUDE.. someone comment and tell me how ugly she is hahahahhahahahhahahah
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[31 Mar 2003|04:37am]

[ mood | numb ]

fuck vegans.

murder and cruelty tastes great under any condition.

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Nonsense [27 Mar 2003|12:43am]

Fuck Drama. I swear to God if one more thing happens I'm out of this fucking town.

Pissed off English Boy
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The guide on how to be scene from Jourdan lsp and Victoria suicide [16 Mar 2003|03:57pm]

[ mood | crazy ]

So I figured since I have been putting an ass raping full of my friends pictures on my journal. Why dont I give you some hott pictures of me and miss sassy pants jourdan. So here you go

We paint the scene pink


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