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Wednesday, March 5   >>

t-shirt pacifists.

...illegal. What the fuck is going on in this world? This REALLY pisses me off. I mean, I've never been so infuriated in my LIFE from reading an article. I almost threw my paper at the window. A lawyer in Guilderland, New York was ARRESTED for wearing a shirt that said "GIVE PEACE A CHANCE". The guards who arrested the middle-aged lawyer at the mall (arrested in front of his son) said "it's like a private home, and you behaved badly."

Great words of class, men-in-tights-who-ride-bikes-around-BaskinRobbins.

First, we have to watch what we read and purchase at certain bookstores. NOW we have to be afraid of what we WEAR? What on earth is this fucking country coming to? This pisses me off SO much. The Shrub Administration is so FUCKING OBSESSED WITH THE IDEA OF ATTACK that we have our smallest rights stripped from us. This is FAR beyond unconstitutional. We let Aryan supporters and Nazi skinheads walk around diverse metropolitan areas in masses saying "FUCK BLACKS AND JEWS" and yet we can't wear a shirt which bears a message of peace?


This is your president and the 'KABINUT's fault. If we didn't have a fucking plant running this country, we'd be in economic and geopolitical harmony. and, france's wine and cheese wouldn't be halted of being shipped to the States.

At 4 I had my music class. It was rescheduled today for a 'surprise'. I was very, very surprised. My teacher and I went into a rehearsal room and there was a Cello, Flute and Harp. Three guests came in and we talked about doing a little 'concerto' ifyaknowwhatimean. Musical ORGY. My god, I had so much fun. I was on the keys, a lady named Julia was on the cello, a woman named Melissa was on the flute and a lady named Hyun was on the harp.

One things for sure, and today I've made it final: Any relatively attractive woman playing the flute, cello or harp instantly strikes me as the sexiest women alive. Female Flutists look sexy when they play; so pure and ...yet so driving. Female Cellists...well...heheheh... and any female harpists (relatively attractive) look uber-lawyer-taking-glasses-off-hawt when they play. they're so light and graceful, it makes you wanna melt. it's like "yes, i know i'm sexy. go for me. you want me. you know i play like a mother, and you know i look great when i do so, so come and get some."


We're going to perform one piece called (translated in english to) 'To A Wild Rose' by Debussy (romantic-era composer, my fav) sometime in the summer. The song is fairly easy, and it's very, very, very, very romantic and very, very, very, moving. Good shi' in the hizouse of rehurrsul numbah one one nine, yo. Very light piece. I had a great rehearsal today. I can't wait for next week.

Our band director talked about the six different eras of music (med., ren., baroque, classical, romantic, 20th cent./contemporary). He mentioned Baroque composers and he named Satie. ::snicker::


p.s. im such a band geek :)