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Nov. 30th, 2006 @ 12:44 am
As some of you already know, my father passed away yesterday.

I am alright, and will be finishing the academic quarter before returning home. As more and more people find out, I'm getting a rather large amount of e-mail and phonecalls, that, while appreciated, I'm too busy with finals and my own feelings to properly answer. I'm probably not going to be able to respond to much for at least the next two weeks, but I don't want anyone to worry about me.

Love,
John

Still doing work. Apr. 24th, 2006 @ 08:15 pm
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/12467604/?GT1=7938

Either they were praying during a storm, in which case they should have spent some quality time worshiping a science textbook, or it was a bolt from the blue and god hates them like woah.

Good stuff either way.
Current Mood: jubilantlaughing my ass off
Current Music: "Camera One" -Josh Joplin Group

I have more work than I can do. So I'm here. Apr. 24th, 2006 @ 12:48 am
The Scientist
You scored 14 Extroversion, 100 Intuition, 37 Emotional, and 33 Spontaneity!
INTJ


Independent, innovative, logical and driven by the inner world of ideas and possibilities, the INTJ often appears to others as a quietly self-confident (and sometimes stubborn) critic of the status quo, convinced that reality can be altered, the future reshaped. Wherever there is a need for change in systems, programs, concepts or theories, INTJs will be working behind the scenes to reorganize and revise. This type's focused attention to the personal mission may be inspiring or frankly obsessive, depending on the observer's viewpoint or the success of the enterprise. Introspective and somewhat shy, INTJs place their trust in logical analysis and intuition to guide their thoughts and decisions. More feeling types may find them chilly, and more practical types accuse them of being unrealistic, but INTJs take their cues mostly from those they recognize as intelligent. Often attracted to theoretical, analytical and methodological areas of inquiry, INTJs succeed in a wide variety of fields, from ones heavily dependent on mathematics and science to more philosophical, literary or applied disciplines.


Relationships

INTJs believe in constant growth in relationships, and strive for independence for themselves and their mates. They are constantly embarking on "fix-up" projects to improve the overall quality of their lives and relationships. They take their commitments seriously, but are open to redefining their vows, if they see something which may prove to be an improvement over the existing understanding. INTJs are not likely to be "touchy-feely" and overly affirming with their mates or children, and may at times be somewhat insensitive to their emotional needs. However, INTJs are in general extremely capable and intelligent individuals who strive to always be their best, and be moving in a positive direction. If they apply these basic goals to their personal relationships, they likely to enjoy happy and healthy interaction with their families and friends.


Strengths

Not threatened by conflict or criticism

Usually self-confident

Take their relationships and commitments seriously

Generally extremely intelligent and capable

Able to leave a relationship which should be ended, although they may dwell on it in their minds for awhile afterwards

Interested in "optimizing" their relationships

Good listeners




My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 99% on Intuition
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You scored higher than 29% on Emotional
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You scored higher than 27% on Spontaneity
Link: The Ultra Ultimate Personality Test written by zip_adeedoodah on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
Current Mood: boredbleh
Current Music: "I've Changed" -Josh Joplin Group

I am so done. Mar. 8th, 2006 @ 04:14 pm
http://www.cnn.com/2006/TECH/science/03/08/furry.lobster.ap/index.html

Elizabeth! They found a Monad!

And I'm done with all my papers (except for the fifteen page one I'm pretending doesn't exist).

I should sleep at some point.
Current Mood: sleepysleepy
Current Music: "Gold (Autechre Mix)" --Lamb

ZOMG! FIGHT TERROR! Mar. 7th, 2006 @ 10:06 pm
Buy a gun. Really.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/4784694.stm

*sigh*

Perhaps it doesn't matter if I fail at life. I'll fit right in.
Current Mood: annoyedannoyed
Current Music: "Superstar" --Josh Joplin Group
Other entries
» Blasphemy!
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/4778274.stm

You mean fitness and thinness might not be the exact same thing? I'm sure no one's ever thought of that before!

*grumble*

In other news I have two papers due. One is already late. The other is due tomorrow.

I have also finally received my first, last and only assignment for my stem cell class: a 10-15 page paper due the fifteenth.

Yeah.
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OoO. A better one!

http://kevan.org/nohari?name=Rashaki

Be mean. (Thanks Doy.)
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Time for me to do this thing:

http://kevan.org/johari?name=Rashaki

Be kind.
» HUMBUG!

Oh Great Cthulhu!

I have been an extremely assiduous devotee this year.

Last week, I fed [info]fellmama to a Shoggoth (250 points). In April, I legally changed my name to Randolph Carter (-40 points). In August, I exposed [info]fellmama to soul-rending horrors (250 points). When the stars were right, I made a burnt offering to the Dead Dreamer (100 points). In May, I sacrificed [info]ivanthestampede to Cthulhu (500 points). In October, I called down the wrath of Yog-Sothoth upon [info]ivanthestampede (65 points).

In short, I have been very good (1125 points) and deserve to be eaten first.


Your humble and obedient servant,
Rashaki


Submit your own plea to Cthulhu!

Name some friends or leave them blank and let me look them up myself:

» Note to self:
Go to Russia and smuggle back 'black squirrels of death'.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/4489792.stm

That's all.
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