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Albums recently getting the most spins in my cd player

  • Green Day - Dookie
  • No Doubt - Tragic Kingdom
  • Alice in Chains - Nothing Safe
  • Weston - Got Beat Up
  • Sublime - 40 oz. to Freedom
























October 4, 2000

Ridin' the Money Train

Well, I want to put all the bullshit that's been going around my group of friends to rest, so I'm going to say this and be done with it. Like Rodney said, if you don't want people to know you're having sex - don't fuck loudly. Banging your headboard into the walls at 1:18am so hard that the people trying to sleep two floors down hear you is basically giving up the right to keep it a secret.

Midterms are almost upon us. Man, that's no good. For the amount of work I've done... it really shouldn't be the middle of the semester already. Cos damn, that means I have some catching up to do. It won't be hard, it's just the actual act of doing it that becomes a problem. Especially now - hockey starts tonight!!! The Avalanche play the Stars tonight at seven, I think. Hockey's back!! Yay!!!

My mom and step-dad finally got my step-dad's old house on the market. Hopefully they'll sell it soon, since it's been a major drain on their pocketbooks. They've been having to make payments on it and on the place they live now and it's just been not good. They're definitely not riding the money train.

I finally sold my Oldsmobile. Rodney's little brother bought it for $100. I am so glad to be rid of it. I suppose I should go pay the ticket it got for expired tags three days before I sold it. The tags were in my dad's name and we wouldn't want him to get arrested now, would we? Heh, wouldn't that be a son of a bitch. My dad calls to tell me he's in jail and because I didn't pay that ticket I have to come bail him out. It'd almost be worth it... almost. Damn mexican.

"Punk rock changed our lives."



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