Monthly Archives: March 2004

My roommate search… The Great Stalled Story

Okay folks, here is the deal. I had to post on Craig’s List. Hope I find some good roommate candidates. Again, I am soliciting your help. Please let me know if you know anyone who knows anyone who wants to … Continue reading

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Anyone ready to rock?

Don’t forget that Friday night, New York’s own Tortured Soul will be playing at Smart Bar at 3730 N Clark St with Dayhota & DJ Sista Stroke. The cover is $10, which is big bucks for me. However, this is … Continue reading

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the search begins. Now taking applications.

I am starting to look for a new roommate and don’t want to have to resort to the Reader or Craigslist (sorry Craig, I will if it takes another week or two, promise), at least not yet. My roommate has … Continue reading

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High School Angst

Okay, so I am cleaning out my files and have found essays from High School Comp class. Here are some particularly angsty soentences that Mr. Allen put up with. “In the previous story, I only thought I was in love. … Continue reading

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Spring Break in 1998

Ah yes… back from Spring Break and full of details. I went to Iguazu Falls which are at the Northern Brazil/Argentine/Paraguay borders. We (Julie, Cathy, Dylan, Stephanie, and Richard) spent three nights in a hostel in Puerto de Iguazu on … Continue reading

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I met him. The one.

Last night a dream came true. You wait your whole life to meet “the one” and maybe, if you’re lucky, you meet him. I met him last night and, as I typically do, lost all ability to be witty, charming, … Continue reading

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Fear and fear in Chicago.

Friday night I felt something I haven’t felt in five months. Fear. I was walking from the Roosevelt station to Joe’s apartment in the South Loop. I was alone and had headphones on. I kept the music turned down to … Continue reading

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