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forever a crey i should fix that
  • Watching: Dexter
I never update this thing because there's no reason for me to. I update my LJ like, daily enough already. So if anyone is actually curious enough about me, then... You know, just, uh, go there. I don't think I even have a link for it up anymore. Uh. Same username, at livejournal.

Even though I... don't do much on here. I draw, but it's mostly doodling that there's, you know, no way I'm going to post because it's so generally crappy. I just really haven't been paying much attention to dA at all as of late, and I'm not going to be too surprised if one day I just phase out of it as a whole.

Still, I figure, why not get that "back in school" shit off my front page and squeeze in my fourth entry of 2008 while I can?

This year I got into a lot of TV. This year, I discovered/finally got completely, utterly, and hopelessly obsessed with... in order, as best I can... Dexter (eee), The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, SVU, Oz, Rescue Me, The Office, Homicide, Generation Kill, The Wire, The Corner, and Six Feet Under, to add on to what was already there, being, in no particular order this time, The Simpsons, Futurama, Arrested Development, House, South Park, King of the Hill, and Corner Gas. See? I found TV this year.

Started off with Dexter in mid-January and ended off with Six Feet Under which I just spent a week watching and finished only two days ago. (Hey, what's in common with those two?!)

Dexter remains my favourite still-on-the-air show and basically I'm here to end this off with I can't fucking waaaaiitt for the end of September 2009, that is way too far off it isn't even 2009 yet godd noooo.

... Oh yeah, and six months and I graduate from high school, run off to university which is almost certainly going to end up being the one from Lethbridge, yeah yeah whatever I just kinda wish I would stop getting into shows that have been over for years now because it's upsetting to marathon and then be smacked with "HEY YEAH THIS IS IT YOU'RE NEVER GOING TO SEE THESE CHARACTERS AGAIN" at least Six Feet Under let me see them all die, that was some nice closure.

(Seriously I want it to be next September.)
  • Listening to: Wheatus - Teenage Dirtbag
Grade 12, hoorah motherfuckers.

I'm loving history far more than I thought I ever would. I'm loathing English far more than I ever thought I would. Spanish is starting to pick up now that we're actually back to learning shit but it's still moving so ridiculously slowly that it's incredibly painful for me (doesn't seem to be for anyone else, but our class IS a merge of IB and regular, plus throw in the fact that this is my fourth language, I started learning my second language when I was four, and Spanish isn't particularly hard to begin with), and I'm patiently waiting for second semester to come so I can go ahead and do physics (and after which, be done with science forever, finally).

But I'm leaving out my third block here which is mostly relevant to this site. It's aaaarrrtttt.

Which I am also, mostly, pretty miserable in. It's starting to pick up now that I'm figuring out what I'm doing though - see, I've got a full year of art where the teacher gives us ONE assignment, total. Everything else, all the other shit we do, is completely up to us. Since fanart isn't particularly smiled upon in the regular program (god only knows what IB would have to say about it, but they're all faggots anyway), I've mostly been at a loss I'm now recovering from (kinda).

'cause see - I haven't felt much like cartoon fanart, lately, anyway. Naw, I need something to hit me really hard to get back into that (South Park is out of the fucking question. I'll watch the new episodes but as far as TV goes, it's pretty much off my radar. The Simpsons isn't likely to produce anything that'll grip me to such a hard extent in S20, and it's still a couple of months before we get new Futurama again).

Fortunately since the summer I've gotten drawn into some live action shows that I've been focusing my attention on. As it stands right now, the big ones for me are Dexter, Homicide, and Oz (oh, and this one miniseries, whatsit, Generation Kill. Yeah, that was fucking incredible).

So I figure if they have something wrong with live action fanart (which they shouldn't. For fuck's sake, I have some Arrested Development doodles last year which didn't incite a problem - then again, my art teacher probably doesn't have a clue who they were), I'm good.

I AM drawing a lot more - problem? It's mostly just in my sketchbook and I don't have the patience for scanning shit in - also, lately, it's been mostly designs and a slow process of working my way through them (which I guess is a great thing for me to focus on).

I DO need to have some studio work though, which will... probably be pretty much almost entirely digital. Painting and all that shit doesn't have much relevance as to what I wanna do, and whereas sculpting probably would - I'm shit at it, always have been, probably always will be. So I might be uploading some of the digital whatever.

P.S. - sorry. I know I'm not particularly popular on this site or anything and I've just spammed those silly enough to watch me with another journal. This is the kind of shit I usually save for my LJ, but since I haven't said anything here since June and this is far more related to this site, which I hardly focus on anymore at all... Yeah. Sorry.
  • Watching: The Simpsons
I update again! Subscription-free. I... really don't have much to do here.

But I have a tendency to post my marks for the end of yet another school year and I don't feel like breaking that. Haha still? That stuff I mentioned in my last journal? Well, let's see... I never got around to looking for other fanartists. I didn't get AD on DVD 'cause my dad's a prick. I got a lot more into TV and have broadened my horizons a little - dramas! I'm keeping my top three shows (that I don't already have on DVD... The Simpsons and Futurama... oh, and ones that it would actually make sense to keep them... so, uh, no Daily Show or Colbert Report) on my external harddrive and just leaving at that. So that would be... Arrested Development, Oz, and Dexter. And those past seven shows I just mentioned would be my seven favourite that I obsess over like a neeerd. Even fake news. Oh. Yes.

And now that I'm on summer (and have been for a week and a half or so) I've been watching more random shows. Oh, and I dragged all four massive longboxes of my dad's old Marvel comics out from his shed. I... started reading them but haven't too much lately. I'm horrible. I have one show left I really wanna watch and after that, comic nerdance time!

And I still hate South Park fangirls. Fucking creepy. Don't get it. I have so little love for South Park now, after the massive mediocrity that was the first half of season 12. Also, Futurama got moved into South Park's time slot over here. Both time slots. And I'd much rather watch Futurama. Maybe I should hide all of the South Park stuff...


English 20 IB: 87%
History 20 IB: 86%
Math 30 IB: 91%
Math 31 IB: 79%
Physics 20 IB: 87%
Physics 35 IB: 88%
Art 20 IB: 86%
Spanish 20 IB: 97%

And overall, that's an 88%.

And with that, I am DONE WITH MATH FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE. And I have one more semester of science left. And one more year of school before college or university or whatever. I'm probably going to end up in Lethbridge but who knows? (But I'd be able to score free rent there... and my uncle and aunt have the nicest fucking house. Within walking distance. To the university.)

Seriously though I have NEVER gotten below 80% on a report card before. EVER. Unless you count a grade eight science midterm. Which I don't because that's a separate mark. Like, my finals aren't listed on my report card. So that doesn't count. BUT A 79%?! Calculus needs to drop dead. Right now. It should have dropped dead six months ago because I've always hated it but at least I never have to do it again.

I've also never gotten below 90% for a report card average. I'm so sad. I'm slacking off too much. Paying too much attention to TV instead. It's so much more fun.

But one of our dogs might be mere days away from giving birth! Oh god I hope so. Bitch wasn't pregnant last time. This is go number two.

Oh, Hey 2008

Tue Jan 1, 2008, 12:00 AM
  • Watching: Arrested Development

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As far as I know there is NOTHING to look forward to this year. NOTHING. D: Last year had July 27th...! What am I supposed to do nooow?!

I angst over every new year so this is hardly different. XD (Well... maybe a little. I REALLY miss the hype building up to The Simpsons Movie.)

Sooo, I've been doing a LOT of colouring lately for a friend, which is why I haven't really uploaded anything. I have another request after and possibly another coming through... and I should really start doing some sort of review for finals and stuff. Booo I'm still angry that we didn't have our physics final BEFORE winter break... Seriously, I don't want to review this craaaap. >_> It's BORING and STUPID and LAME.

Sooo... Not gonna renew my subscription this year because come on it's a waste of money even if I don't buy anything anyways aside from Simpsons DVD's (except the movie those extras suck I'm waiting for special edition) and the Futurama ones with the movies and whatnot... and since I've officially decided to score the Arrested Development DVD's.

On that note, like, yeah, why not have my top three shows on DVD? I'm pretty much completely over South Park (and have reached the phase where I'm finding it VERY annoying when SP fangirls are going back and faving my old SP shit. WOOOO) aaaand soon enough I'll go running around looking for Simpsons/Futurama fanartists to watch. Have some stuff I'd actually be interested in seeing. well alright. :3

Don't Read

Thu Nov 29, 2007, 4:19 PM
  • Watching: The Simpsons

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Alright, how many of you are reading this right now?

The point of the journal: BENDER'S BIG SCORE. AWESOME. GO BUY IT. DON'T PIRATE IT, BUY IT. Come on, Futurama deserves to come back for real, not just for four movies! SO GO BUY IT.

Besides, it's awesome and the extras are great and it's really awesome and it's Futurama!


Storage No More!

Sat Oct 6, 2007, 6:50 PM
  • Watching: King of the Hill

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I decided that since just about all of my stuff is shit anyway... well... why not? :3 I took everything out of storage. It's nice to see a bit of progression, anyway. So I cleaned some things up, shifted some more things to scraps, and I'm a bit happier with it right now.

ALSO... I don't really know what I'm doing right now. I seem to be falling back in love with Foster's Homer for Imaginary Friends (how did I fall out of this?! There are so many episodes I haven't seen yet, but I totally love this show all over again now!!), so... Really, I don't know what I'm doing! The Simpsons, Futurama, and Foster's are all huge on my list and I don't know what to draw or obsess over or anything-- but I guess since I still have at least four Simpsons sketches sitting around those will get done first. XD;

My problem is I keep on randomly doodling shit and not going anywhere with it. But at least it's practice? :B Uh... yeah, so... I don't know what I'm doing but maybe I can get something done every once in a while. XD; I'd like that.

Oh, and school's starting to run along much more smoothly now, but I still hate it. I know it's going to be like last year when I wanted my summer back for the entire first semester and wanted the summer to hurry up and come for the entire second semester. I WANT MY SUMMER BACK THOUGH.

And, uh... I'm just prattling on mindlessly... so I'm gonna go colour something now.

EDIT: OH ALSO YOU KNOW WHAT. I'm totally up for a collab right now! Any takers? Pleeeeeaaassseeee?


Tue Sep 4, 2007, 2:09 PM
  • Listening to: The Simpsons Movie Soundtrack

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Today was my first day back at school. I'm not exactly impressed with that. Also, clearly this year is most likely going to be extremely agitating for me.

So, um, I don't know how any drawings or anything are going to work their way up here, but for some reason I'll probably be more inspired to work on them during the school year. Yeah.

You know? I've got nothing to say really, I just figured it was time for that longass review-thing to get off my page. And mention that I'm back in school, which kinda sucks.

So... anyone else excited for Bender's Big Score? 'cause I'm pretty fucking stoked for that.

Back + The Simpsons Movie

Wed Aug 1, 2007, 3:45 PM
  • Watching: The Simpsons

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I went to Edmonton for a week. Now I'm back home. Hello!

Saw The Simpsons Movie twice, going out to see it a third time again tonight. <3 I love it so much. Because I'm lazy and don't feel like typing a whole lot more, I'll just copy and paste the post I originally put on NHC.

I was jumping back and forth between 4.5/5 and 5/5 for a bit, but went with the latter - partly because I'm generally a pretty easy-going reviewer, and partly because I care more about characterizations than anything else and, as has been said quite a few times before, everyone was in top form.

I got into the theatre wearing my orange t-shirt and blue capris (don't own any shorts), and saw a guy a few rows ahead of me watching an earlier episode - later identified as Homer's Night Out - on a portable DVD player while waiting for the movie to start. And I just looked at it and thought, yeah, that's exactly the right way to go into this movie. The movie was around half-full I guess, and there were huge bursts of laughter quite frequently. It was nice for me to hear not only myself laughing at the ambulance still there after the gorge scene (which was truly a great bit), but the thing that annoyed me a bit was that there was pre-meditated laughter, if you can call it that - some people were laughing in advance to Homer hitting himself in the eye or the standard electrocution gag. But overall, the movie was pretty freaking funny and I laughed more than I expected to (and when I wasn't, I generally just had this really stupid grin on my face the whole time). It's just too much of a shame that at the beginning, the screen was messed up and the bottom/top thing wasn't quite working (the top of the scene was appearing at the bottom of the screen). Fortunately, that was fixed pretty quickly into the movie (at least the whole crowd was horrified at this).

I'm a little iffy on some points though... The first bits were great. I loved seeing Springfield up on the big screen, and the secondary characters, but I'm largely disappointed at the absence of quite a few of them. I would've liked to see a few more scenes showing how desolate and broken Springfield had become (REALLY would've liked to see that scene that was shown in the trailers, with Kent broadcasting a report as he cringes away from an explosion off to the side), but I loved them all for the most part. Everyone who WAS shown was great, and Cletus was the best he's ever been as far as I'm concerned. I just wish there was a little... more. The movie felt a little lacking to me there, but that's perfectly okay. A lot of it really went by me... I need to see it again. Though Russ Cargill also felt a little lacking to me. Still, he was just fine and thank god Albert Brooks was in the movie.

I was worried about the Green Day bits, but it was great that the movie opened with the traditional theme - thank god - and faded into the Green Day theme (and that the singing wasn't all that horrible - that was great, too). That and the American Idiot (Funeral Version) bit. It was great. Same thing with the Tom Hanks cameo. It wasn't overdone, it didn't suck, it was genuinely funny, hooray! Also, Itchy and Scratchy? That was great. That was a wonderful cartoon. Oh, yes.

Grampa completely randomly dropped out of the movie pretty quickly, I'm confused about Colin and Plopper, so seeing loose ends like that didn't leave me feeling as satisfied as I could've been, but repeat viewings will probably take care of that.

And of course, the animation was superb. The 2D mixed with 3D didn't even bug me as much as things like that usually do. Maybe I was just way too into it to even really notice properly, but it all looked... good. Really, really good. The animation was so beautiful and a lot of the scenes were gorgeous.

Refuse to hold back on this any longer: Characterizations. Perfect. Absolutely perfect. Bart's my favourite character, not just in the show but for every fictional character this is out there, and... it was so great to see him the way he was. He was still mischievous in places, and he was used well in-line. The drunk bit didn't bug me as much as it seems to have with some of you, at least he had a good line into it that left me feeling it was okay, though I was a bit shocked that they actually had drunk Bart in there. His actions with Homer and Flanders were completely beautiful. The opening scenes were great with that... I loved it. They were happy together, and Homer's selfishness with avoiding the blame didn't make him out to be completely awful... but it was still great to see and it gave Bart a good motive, especially when it was directly contrasted with Flanders right after. It was also kinda sad to see Bart's reactions when fishing with Flanders, and the very end hardly sets things right at all... But it's better like that. Bart's happy with his real father. He knows him. And I loved that. (Also, Bart waving a picture of Flanders' in Homer's face and taunting him with it... wow. Loved that as well.)

The most emotional moment of the movie was definitely Marge going over the video tape. I loved the fact that she actually went back into the house to take the time to go get it... It really did show a lot of her commitment, and it made the scene with her leaving Homer even more powerful. Speaking of that, the contrast between Marge's tearful goodbye to him, and then seeing them happily newly wed on the video was pretty freaking powerful as well. Marge's voice acting will never be that good again, and honestly, I don't think it was ever that good before. It was beautiful. The best Marge has ever been, it goes right up there with so many moments from classic seasons, and at the moment, I'm viewing it as the best marriage crisis problem ever. It felt so more powerful, real, and serious than any moment I'm trying to think up on the show right now.

Homer's selfishness was hardly that bad at all. I felt he really did have a legitimate reason to say "screw Springfield" and try to completely turn his back on it (and on that note... him flipping everyone off was GREAT). His epiphany was great as well, and pretty well done, and I did like his talking to himself as he struggled through Alaska. He was... so well-done in this. He was selfish and a jerk, but it was funny. He was a caring and loving husband and father, he was so easy to sympathize with. He was genuine and perfect and the best Homer in recent years. He was a good guy, a family man misguided a touch, but he came around and had his big moment. I've always loved seeing Homer accomplish his goals, even the more retarded ones, and while I generally do love it on a smaller scale, here was a lot bigger, and it took away some of the charm, but still... it was wonderful to see him finally redeem himself. But more than that, I loved seeing him completely broken upon discovering that Marge had left him, the way he floated out on the heart-shaped piece of ice... It really added to him. It made him more lovable and pitiful. I really, really felt for him.

Lisa wasn't used too much, which was a bit of a disappointment. Still, where she was used, like that scene where she shouts "You monster! You monster!" at Homer (beautiful voice acting, great emotion), it was great. She wasn't a complete PC thug, she was smitten a little and this is the one of the greatest Lisa-gets-a-crush bits there ever was. It was fun to watch and she played a good role with the environmental theme. While Colin was hardly expanded upon, I liked him. He and Lisa worked great together, and the moment where the two were separated by the dome was great as well (even her punching out Bart).

Maggie was fun. I'm happy she had a role. Even in the very end it was great (reminded me quite a bit of Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge). The sinkhole bit with her was fun. I love Maggie being a happy, oblivious baby, and it's also fun to see her being a hero. Her saying "Sequel?" was cute and worked (actually, the ending credits as a whole worked pretty damn well in general).

I loved the family in this, and it truly was befitting of a movie. The characterizations were flawless, the movie was funny, and I am now done talking and will shut up. I can't wait for the DVD though. I want to see the deleted scenes, I want to hear the commentary-- I want to see the movie again. 5/5. Very solid. Great. Above all, enjoyable - and that's all I'm really asking for.

And that's all. :3

My birthday is later this month. August 22nd. I'll be 16. Hooray.

And now, it's officially summer.

Thu Jun 28, 2007, 3:07 PM
  • Listening to: Treasure Planet - I'm Still Here

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GLORIOUS, although I've pretty much been on official summer vacation for, like, a week now. Since my last exam ended a week and... an hour ago. But I have my report card now. XD

Ehh... And, um, marks and stuff? I'm declining so bad, I, like, JUUUST made honours with distinction this year... I don't think it's going to be happening again. XD My god, I'm getting dumber. Or lazier. Actually, you know what? Probably both. :B Anyways...

Math 10 Pre-IB: 93%
Art 10 Pre-IB: 87%
Spanish 10 Pre-IB: 98% (I AM STILL SO MAD OVER THIS. MY GOD)
English 10 Pre-IB: 90%
Multimedia 10: 95%
Math 20 IB: 88%
Social 10 Pre-IB: 85%
Science 10 Pre-IB: 80%
Overall Average: 90%

AAH, next year all of my classes are at IB level. And I still have a full year of science and math. D: MAN OH MAN, AM I NOT GOING TO DO WELL. But that's not important right now what's important is that it's summer. :3 And I have NOTHING TO DO!

There has been no art for a while because, um... Well, I've been trying to get a hang of Simpsons style. I think I've got it, so my back up excuse is that I'm a lazy fuck. I'M FANTASTIC. :D

I've gotten obsessed with Treasure Planet somehow lately, which works while I'm waiting for... SIMPSONS MOVIE. LESS THAN A MONTH. SO. FUCKING. STOOOOKED. Gonna see it over and over and over and over!!


Sun May 20, 2007, 8:03 PM
  • Watching: The Simpsons - 24 Minutes

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I need to update my journal header picture, and I know what to do it with.

So back in February, after Springfield Up first aired and we got the third epic trailer for the movie, I got started on a huge Simpsons kick. It came back up again pretty big around the end of April, oddly enough with the airing of The Boys of Bummer.

Now I'm rewatching number 399, 24 Minutes, which was absolutely fantastic. I'm so in love with this show again. Basically, my attitude towards anything non-Simpsons (and this includes SP) is so "screw you." I've been spending my weekends back on watching earlier seasons of the show on DVD, and I've been so happy with it. This is seriously the greatest show ever, despite a bit of a downcline as of late (SLIGHT - I still love the show. It's still good).

I'm working on Simpsons fanart now, I haven't drawn anything SP-related since my last upload. I'm getting a hang of the style and I'm having so much more fun with this. I was pretty much always ready to admit that The Simpsons was a better show than South Park, but now I finally love The Simpsons way more.

... Screw this, I'm not very good at wording things right now. Watching Simpsons. Just needed to get SP-fangirliness off my page and replace it with something better.

Can't wait for the movie.

So happy. So very, very happy. When I really get on a roll - school's been holding me back a little - expect my gallery to be way, way more yellow. So happy.


Wed Apr 18, 2007, 9:31 PM
  • Watching: South Park

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Okay, that's seven new episodes, and it's off for a month.

And those were seven GREAT episode. I'm so happy right now. So very, very happy... that was GREAT.

I was thinking of posting a list of FUCK YOUs, but really... I'm so happy and pleased with my favourite show right now. XD What a great run. They're doing so well... I'm so happy. :B I'm just rambling on without much of a clue as to what I'm saying right now. I... this was great. XD

I love this show. A lot.


Wed Mar 7, 2007, 9:34 PM
  • Watching: South Park

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One down, six to go - and I'm really looking forward to all of them.


Tue Feb 13, 2007, 6:11 AM
  • Listening to: Paul Stanley - Live to Win

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Every single time I resolve to actually comment on people's works on a decent, regular basis, I end up getting too lazy/forgetting about it.

Sorry about that. >_>; I'm awful, I know.

(Still really, really into FMA, by the way. New South Park's in less than a month though, and during the new run, predictably, every other obsession of mine is gonna be dropped until that's over.

You know what's gonna be sweet though? I'm gonna have four new episode days in a row during the week for at least a few weeks, hopefully... It'd be easier to know if some shows could keep a steady schedule. But it'll be new Simpsons/King of the Hill on Sundays, new Corner Gas on Mondays, new SVU/House on Tuesdays, and new South Park on Wednesdays. And I think that's incredibly sweet.

No, I don't watch very many shows at all.)

Marks + Fangirlism

Tue Jan 23, 2007, 10:54 AM
  • Listening to: Kesenai Tsumi - Inerasable Sin (FMA C1)

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Zest? The hell kinda mood adjective is that?

Okay, so. My first semester of high school really ended back on the 18th, when I had my last exam (and all of my IB friends still have their chemistry exam tomorrow because they took chem instead of art, ahahah), and I'm just kinda on break now, sitting around and doing nothing, waiting for second semester to start. That'll be on the 30th. It can take its time coming here, 'cause I'm really, really enjoying sitting around doing nothing.

But now I'm one sixth of the way through high school, so let's see how I did...

Math: 93%
Art: 87%
Spanish: 98%
English: 90%

These are all IB courses. These are all IB courses and art is the only one that ISN'T a 90. Yeah, it's a high 80, but... still! That's messed up!

I probably shouldn't complain though, because then I've got underachievers ragging my ass about it and how I shouldn't whine when their marks are all so much lower. >>; Which is why I need my IB buds to complain about it with. So I don't get this telling off. :P

The only mark I'm TOTALLY happy with is my math, and that's because I hate math, and I can only understand it sometimes. That's the only course this semester I actually put some semblance of effort into, so, y'know, I'm pretty proud. Though I COULD have had a 95%. D:< Damniiiit!

Art, I already said. Spanish... I had a 99% the entire way through this course. WHAT HAPPENED?! I know I didn't study for the final at all, but I didn't study for any test! One percent higher on the final and I would've kept my 99% average! GAAAH. And as for English, yeah, I'm happy I finally made that 90, but... come on. D: Not even a 91%? My MATH is higher than my English? Gaaay.

Next semester, I've got multimedia, math (grade 11 style!), social, and science to look forward to. IB once again, sans multimedia - I'm just taking that 'cause I wanna go into multimedia and I managed to free up some time in my table. I'm gonna graduate with way too many credits. D: But anyways - CRAP. Science is my worst subject, so I'm going to have to actually work in that class, and same with math once again. This means half of my classes I have to bust my ass in this semester, instead of just one. D: GAY.

Okay, school rambling is over. XD Lately I've been on a pretty big FullMetal Alchemist kick once again. I first got into it at the end of 2005, and then it just kinda... died down. And with all of my time off I figured I'd at least rewatch the anime, and now it's turned back into a full-blown fangirly obsession that I know I'm going to drop come new South Park, but hopefully I can pick it back up again afterwards. It plays so well into my current interests so I'm just like. Whoa.

Working on drawing something bigger. I probably won't upload anything for a long while. Okay, I'm done talking now.

Happy New Year!

Tue Jan 2, 2007, 11:16 PM
  • Watching: Law &amp; Order

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2006 was an amazing year for me, and I have a 2872-word ramble as to why in my LiveJournal. Each year, as it passes, surpasses the other one in terms of sheer awesome, and so I'm ringing in 2007 and hoping it can do the same.

I'm a sentimental person so naturally I'm gonna be a bit depressed over the year ending, but I'm gonna give it a small bit and then all will be well again. I just wish I could have ended the year and started the next at home.

Nevertheless, 2007 has some really hard work to do to follow up 2006. So I'm waiting. The biggest things being I found out who I am and then I also went and found my soul mate. If something better's gonna happen, I wanna see it over the course of the next 365 days!

EDIT: I don't wanna make a whole new journal for this; but I'm back home now.

Merry Christmas!

Sun Dec 24, 2006, 10:52 PM
  • Listening to: South Park - The Lonely Jew On Christmas

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I love this holiday so much and yet I cannot celebrate it.

Christmas in Disneyland is still pretty sweet, though. But goddamnit I wanna stay at home with my parents and have a tree and all that good stuff some time. Fucking hell, it's never going to happen though.

So merry Christmas, all of you lucky folks who actually get to celebrate it! Merry Christmas!

(On a side note, if dA doesn't stop being a little bitch, I am going to kick its ass so fucking bad.)

Goin' Back to Cali

Fri Dec 22, 2006, 1:21 PM
  • Watching: Futurama - Jurassic Bark

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ohman I'm gonna miss Hell on Earth 2006's premiere in Canada. XD

So yeah, I'm leaving on a road trip for California today and probably won't be back until January 3rd, 200... 7. :0 Whoa. I will be getting some internets access time, but not a whole load, probably. I dunno I'll have to see.

Man, I'd die on this road trip if I didn't have all of my South Park DVD's. XD

So yeah, I know I haven't even submitted anything lately but... there's gonna be even less submitting now. XD aah.

Also, keep watching Jurassic Bark, keep on sobbing. I'm so masochistic sometimes :< But it's so goooood. aw man.

Wish I wasn't gonna be gone most of winter break so I could talk to Dee more. ... oh well.

Life Thus Far

Fri Dec 15, 2006, 6:31 PM
  • Listening to: Paul Stanley - Live to Win

Lior's real journal;

Digital art in gallery. Traditional art in scraps.

Haven't updated in a bit. Still kinda sad about the lack of new South Park episodes, even if it has been a month. But anyways...

Life's been going pretty well thus far. Seriously. I mean, full IB isn't much of a hassle (then again I have art and not chemistry), I've got plenty of kickass friends, and... yeah. Winter break's in a week and I'll be leaving for California for eleven days in a week. Luckily, exam week is coming up, and I only have one exam during that time, and it's on the first day, so I'll have another week and a half off to myself.

I've been writing more than drawing lately. I guess my focus just shifted a bit, but I'm still doing some drawing. Just... not as much as I probably should be doing. I'm still gonna have to renew my subscription soon, though.

Oh, and since I was tagged, I guess I'll state six random facts about myself. Why, six, I wonder. But I won't tag six other people in return, simply because I don't really believe in tagging. Okie dokie...

1. My best friend is my fucking soul mate. Unfortunately she lives across the continent from me but fuck, I don't know what I'd do without her.

2. Gore in writing is yes. Cartoon gore ain't bad. Realistic, visual gore... is kinda... ehh... Sometimes I can tolerate it. Sometimes I can't.

3. I'm pathetically obsessed with South Park. It's sad, I know, but fuck, I enjoy it. So where's the harm with that?

4. One of my biggest pet peeves is when people keep rambling about how having online friends is going to end up with you getting raped one day. Seriously. Even if it's just being joked about, after a while, it gets OLD. And apparently meeting online friends just makes it worse. Well, too fucking bad.

5. I joke about anything. This includes the Holocaust, which really seems to be high on the offending people list, for some reason. I am a motherfucking STRONG supporter of "either it's all okay, or none of it is." Because no matter what you say, you're always going to end up offending SOMEONE.

6. I really, really freaking love iced tea.

And there ya go.


Thu Nov 16, 2006, 4:50 AM
  • Watching: South Park (1014 - Stanley's Cup)

Lior's real journal;

Digital art in gallery. Traditional art in scraps.

Okay, so. Season 10 if officially my new favourite season. Not a single episode in it that I wouldn't watch over and over again, and its midseason run has been pretty fucking fantastic, if you ask me. I love this show. It's incredible.

Can't wait for March 7th, I believe. Because it's gonna be so sweet if the show keeps things like this up. I'm so happy I finally have found an amazing show.

On a semi-related note, I know absolutely nobody in the artistic SP community - okay, well, a few people. But with the exception of two my online SP buds, I know them all from SPS. So I'm gonna go on a bit of a watching spree in a bit, so if you stumble across my page to check out who just watched you: Hey, I like your fanarts, now you can just continue along, 'cause there's nothing special here. :B

... I love this show so very, very much. Season 10 was incredible.