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01 February 2009 @ 01:29 pm
k semester updates:

I'm working with who I want to work with....for two classes. There was a lot of drama when partner picking came around but I'm glad we both followed through on what we agreed to last semester because at this point I can't really imagine working with anyone else especially since my first choice for partners was basically impossible since we weren't taking the same classes 8<

I'm also working part time at the office, so woohoo money XD!

And this sexy little number got delivered to me about a week ago, I went through soooo much trouble to get it:

15 December 2008 @ 02:55 pm
When you find a song that you're in loooove with but unfortunately it only exists in live footage and not on any existing album by the band. And said band is New Pants which means I can't exactly go out and look stuff up because information is either 1) hard to find or 2) in Chinese which I can't really read. AUGH.

Sooong ---> http://www.56.com/u48/v_NDc4NDk0OQ.html

Also I was interviewed for the local news LOL. For like a few seconds 8< 
音楽: Banana Monkey - drunk daddy
28 November 2008 @ 12:15 am
This is not the drummer

I need me some New Pants
08 November 2008 @ 10:41 am
I don't get it.
04 November 2008 @ 11:57 pm
- Structures midterm
- Partners for next semester
- New Dir en grey album
- Alexander McQueen for Target
- Greenlighted studio project
- Obama
20 September 2008 @ 11:59 pm
OH HEY LIFE IS AMAZING. But wtf totally unexpected.

anyway it was partly due to....

New Pants

They're so awesome I can't even choose a favorite and I've been listening to the same album ALL WEEK.
14 August 2008 @ 02:35 pm
Awesome random Dir en grey concert during the SCHOOL YEAR.


I'm still going though, hopefully they won't be douches and cancel this like they did with ReS. Val can't go for sure 8< Maybe Susan? Otherwise I'll just mingle mingle.

omg presented by Hot Topic *stabs*
07 February 2008 @ 12:16 am
Oh hay life is good!
23 January 2008 @ 09:50 pm
Ugh I'm aware I haven't been on LJ for years but this is pretty important.

Because I'm not in the mood to type it out:

DIR EN GREY's management company announce a special rock event in NYC

Japanese rock phenomenon DIR EN GREY's management company, FREE-WILL have announced their first rock event concert in the U.S. This concert will be held at Nokia Theatre Times Square in NY on April 6. They have revealed their first line-up including ANTI FEMINISM, 12012, RENTRER EN SOI and the studs. Tickets are available from this Friday, January 25.

So uh, Val? Susan? Anyone going?

Also RIP Heath.
15 July 2007 @ 11:49 pm
I've just recently had some surgery done on my right foot which will be my explanation for being absent from the internet for a while (seeing how I can't really walk to the computer and we don't have wireless so I don't get internet on my laptop from the bed). Also I just opened my right index finger earlier today so I can barely type at this point DX

This means I won't be able to draw much or basically do much or even leave the apartment since I've discovered that crutches are USELESS and I can't really hop around anymore without opening the wound. Blech!

I was able to attend the screening of Deathnote and Deathnote: The Last Name at Japan Society last Sunday with some friends from school though. I had seen the first movie before but never the second. And although I've read vague spoilers, what occurred in the film still surprised me. I thought the way they managed to "follow" the manga while at the same time changing the story worked really well. Matsuyama Kenichi was brilliant as ever and I still can't stand Fujiwara(?) Tatsuya's acting. It's so...passive DX Like he didn't embody any of the evil zest that Light had that made me want to punch him repeatedly. He's very good at pretending he's in pain though.

The director, Kaneko Shuusuke, also attended (although he left during the second one to watch Fantastic Four apparently?) and gave a brief Q+A session after the second film and a signing in the reception area. I was surprised by the time constraints they were all under for the film and were amazed they managed to pull through, although sacrificing a bit on the part of plot and actual acting. I've read reviews by people who haven't read the books before and I can imagine it was at least somewhat confusing. The L prequel was also mentioned and will be directed by the guy who did Ringu? Hopefully it'll be good. Actually, it'd better be good T3T

I got him to sign my ticket afterwards and also asked for a photo with (which Janet still needs to send to me) so yay XD

Ugh my foot's swelling again DX Gross!