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September 6th, 2001

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12:10 am - "no wait, i'll cover this breast!"
triscuits aren't nearly as good when the easy cheese runs out. they're so dry and salty!

my linguistics class is being taught by a woman who has trouble speaking english. does this seem very odd to anyone else? and my physics teacher has a heavy german accent. i don't think any of the science teachers are american, it's funny. my bible as literature class seems neat-o though! amy [she's in my class, w00t] described the teacher as al kaprelien crossed with forrest gump. "good eeeevening everybody!" =)
and the class sounds cool itself. it is exactly what hte name implies - looking at the bible solely as a piece of literature and ignoring everything people are supposed to 'know' about it all. for example, the fall of satan et al is apparently never mentioned in the bible (except in 1 bit that was meant to refer to the king of somethingorother). after he got done learning everyone's name (he memorized them all so fast! cripes! i suck with names..) we spent most of the class discussing the 1st 4 or so verses of genesis and what they implied to the character of god.
tonite was the 1st fencing practice. i'm pumped to be getting back to that again. the whole never practicing over the summer thing is catching up with me tho, my legs are not used to being used in this fashion.. and we havent even gotten to lunges yet. ouch, that will be. steph's roommate steph (i still say, taht arrangement can only end in tragedy) is fencing this year. hooray! this is only the 2nd time i've met her, but she's cool

i have a lot of homework, considering it's hte 1st week adn all.. (of course, half of it is from fiction. friggin crazy southern lady)
np: Rage Against The Machine- How I Could Just Kill A Man (Cover w Cypress Hill) Live at Grand Olympic Arena 9.12.00

(2 shots upside the head | en garde!)


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Date:September 6th, 2001 10:43 am (UTC)
are you crazy, man?? triscuits are good even when the cheese runs out. but you gotta drink a whole lot more water to get 'em down...

the bible as literature.. that sounds awesome. so what did y'all decide the first 4 verses of genesis said about the nature of god? (enquiring minds want to know... plus i can use your ideas to sound cleverer if my english class ever discusses it.. although in a contemporary lit course i doubt we will have much use for bible talk) =)
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Date:September 8th, 2001 01:02 am (UTC)
they're good, but so damn salty and dry! i had nothing to drink and they were killing me (i don't trust the water in this dorm and they hadn't put the filter on the tap yet..).

i've still only had it the one time (til monday), but yeah it looks to be quite cool. basically, that it was somewhat contradictory - by the nature of god (which is assumed. it just starts off saying how god is creating everything out of hand, and never says anything about who/what he is or what he's been up to previous), one would think he'd be complete and whole unto himself. when you encompass everything/are allpowerful and allknowing, what could you possibly need? so with that in mind, why does he go to such lengths creating the world? he spends a whole week in god-time fiddling with it to get it just right with no reason given. he is just driven to create this place

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