February 5th, 2004

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Is there a movie that you can watch over and over without growing tired of it?

Alternatively, is there a movie that makes you want to throw a hammer through the television if you happen to run across it while changing channels?

My own answers: I've seen Monster, Inc. and Pretty Woman both about 50 times, and I still love them. If I see the Shawshank Redemption one more time I swear I'll seek out Tim Robbins and strangle him.

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Okay, I'm trying to figure out what this one song is, and I hear it a lot of places in the background. All I know is the riff, so I made an MIDI of it and uploaded it (it's only to be four notes for about ten seconds).


Try to imagine it not with stupid midi sounds, but with a full brass section. And with a better count.
I don't know if it's part of a rap song or what, because all I ever hear is that part.
They play it in the background a lot for pre-shooting scenes or right before someone does something daring. I remember they played it for Pulp Fiction once in the background at the MTV movie awards.
random//my dumb face

Free e-mail

If you have hotmail, or any free service like that do you read the e-mails they send you?

I have the habit of seeing a message from "hotmail staff" and I just delete it. XD (I know I'm below my storage limit.)
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Is there a digital recorder like TiVo that I can buy but NOT commit to a monthly service? Or do all of those digital recorders require some kind of service subsciption?

Do you have TiVo or something like it? If so, do you think it's worth the money?

free money

I have a thousand dollars. Should I:

get a new computer
get a cheap car
pay off my $300 credit card bill and squander the rest away on food and video games

A little background information:
I currently have a P3 700mhz with 384mb ram and a crappy motherboard. I don't have any AGP slots on my motherboard so I'm using an ATI 7000 PCI video card. I hate my computer.

I currently take public transportation everywhere. This sucks sometimes (especially in the winter) but I have gotten used to it. It's a normal thing for me. Having a car would be a great luxury but I'm already so used to taking the bus and train everywhere that it's not that big of a deal. It just takes three times as long to get anywhere.

If I didn't have enough money to buy a car or a computer (i.e. after spending $300 on my credit card) it is certain that I would slowly dwindle the rest of it away on cheap little things. Eventually I'll wonder where all of the money went, but I'll have had fun spending it.

What do you guys think?
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    lazy lazy

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Where would be the best place to find information on how certain medicines and drugs affect our bodies chemically? I want to do a project for my high school chemistry class on it, but it's difficult finding a good information source to start at.
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How does one register for a political party? I'm independent, but I really want to vote in the democratic primaries this year. Ohio's primary is March 2nd. Do I still have time to register Democrat?

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Does anyone know what bleaching methods are used on UK tampons and US tampons?
According to the code of practice of 1997 on tampons chlorine gas bleaching is not used to bleach UK menstrual products, anyone know whether this holds true in the US, what other methods are used as well as whether the other methods are harmful too?
smiley jen

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Are you an only child?

Or, do you have siblings?

If so, how many?

Brothers or sisters?

Age difference?

How close are you, if you have siblings?

How often do you get into fights?

If you are an only child, do you wish you had a sibling?

If so, what kind (sister, brother, older, younger, etc.)?

If you have siblings, do you ever wish you were an only child?

...I think that's enough for now...