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Sunday, March 22nd, 2009
2:29 am
new favorite song
Thursday, February 12th, 2009
2:10 pm
Thursday, October 16th, 2008
8:23 pm
Fuck school
Fuck school
Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck schooooooooooooooooooool
FuuuUUuuUuuUUuUuuuUUUuuuUUUkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk schooooooooooooool
FUFUFUFUFUFUFufufufuffufufufufufuFUFUFUFUFUfufufufufckckckckck schooOoOoOOOOOllllllllllll
Tuesday, October 14th, 2008
9:24 pm
Monday, October 13th, 2008
9:25 pm
Ozma says l =--1c4e4444444qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqc
Life with a kitten > life without a kitten
Saturday, October 4th, 2008
4:37 pm
meet Ozma.

Thursday, May 22nd, 2008
12:20 pm
5 months of work absolutely worth it
Because I took a busted fuckin organ that made no sound at all, and fixed it into a FULLY FUCKING FUNCTIONING FARFISA.

Monday, April 28th, 2008
12:34 pm
Monday, April 21st, 2008
2:14 pm
Wednesday, April 9th, 2008
3:48 am

take a good look at the reflection in his glasses.
Saturday, April 5th, 2008
9:35 pm
this city sucks. im going back to houston for the summer
5:18 am
Hyacinth, the young son of the King of Sparta, beautiful like the very gods of Mount Olympus, was beloved of Apollo, shooter of arrows. The god often came down to the shores of the Eurotas River, leaving his shrine in Delphi unattended, to spend time with his young friend and delight in boyish pleasures. Tired of his music and his long bow, Apollo found relief in rustic pastimes. He would take Hyacinthus hunting through the woods and glades on the mountain sides, or they would practice gymnastics, a skill which Hyacinth then taught to his friends, and for which later the Spartans would become renowned. The simple life awoke Apollo's appetites, and made the curly-haired boy seem more charming than ever. Apollo gave him all his love, forgetting he was a mere mortal.

Once, in the heat of a summer afternoon, the lovers stripped naked, sleeked themselves with olive oil, and tried their hand at discus throw, each vying to outdo the other. The bronze discus flew higher and higher. Finally, the powerful god gathered all his strength, and spun and wheeled and let fly the shiny disk which rose swift as a bird, cutting the clouds in two. Then, glittering like a star, it began to tumble down.

Hyacinth ran to meet it. He was hurrying to take his turn, to prove to Apollo that he, though young, was no less able than the god at this sport. The discus landed, but having fallen from such a great height it bounced and violently struck Hyacinth in the head. He let out a groan and crumpled to the ground. The blood spurted thickly from his wound, coloring crimson the black hair of the handsome youth.

Horrified, Apollo raced over. He bent over his friend, raised him up, rested the boy's head on his knees, trying desperately to staunch the blood flowing from the wound. But it was all in vain. Hyacinth grew paler and paler. His eyes, always so clear, lost their gleam and his head rolled to one side, just like a flower of the field wilting under the pitiless rays of the noonday sun. Heartbroken, Apollo cried out: "Death has taken you in his claws, beloved friend! Woe, for by my own hand you have died. And yet its crime was meeting yours at play. Was that a crime? Or was my love to blame - the guilt that follows love that loves too much? Oh, if only I could pay for my deed by joining you in your journey to the cheerless realms of the dead. Oh, why am I cursed to live forever? Why can't I follow you?"
gay sex
male love Jean Broc (1771–1850) - Death of Hyacinth - Oil on canvas, 1801 - Musée des Beaux-Arts, Poitiers
male love
Death of Hyacinth
male love

Apollo held his dying friend close to his breast, and his tears fell in a stream onto the boy's bloody hair. Hyacinth died, and his soul flew to the kingdom of Hades. The god bent close to the dead boy's ear, and softly whispered: "In my heart you will live forever, beautiful Hyacinth. May your memory live always among men as well." And lo, at a word from Apollo, a fragrant red flower rose from Hyacinth's blood. We call it hyacinth, and on its petals you can still read the letters "Ay," the sigh of pain that rose from Apollo's breast.

And the memory of Hyacinth lived on among the gentlemen of Sparta, who gave honors to their son, and celebrated him for three days in mid-summer at the Hyakinthaea festival. The first day they would mourn his death, and the last two they would celebrate his ressurection.

Monday, March 3rd, 2008
12:58 pm
Sunday, February 24th, 2008
7:28 pm
March is going to rule
Next weekend, yoyo meet in austin
weekend after that, spring break big fuckin smash bros party hell yeah
weekend after that, spring break continues with sxsw
Thursday, February 21st, 2008
7:26 pm
so i walked around the building it was in to check out all the fuss. i noticed a group of people and heard someone counting heads. i walked up and the lady was like "ok i need another one"

i pretended like i was with this group of people, and the lady handed me one of these wristbands.

i walked up to the door, and they searched me, found my phone, and said i couldnt have it. i RAN back to my dorm which was a block away, dropped it off, got back, and the place was closed down....

Friday, February 15th, 2008
3:14 pm
Happy Lupercalia everyone! The real valentine's day.

Thursday, February 14th, 2008
12:48 pm

Monday, February 11th, 2008
6:04 pm
broken phone
my phone is broken. does anyone want to give/sell me an old one youre not using?
Saturday, February 9th, 2008
6:26 pm
Monday, February 4th, 2008
9:20 pm

Oh put out...you've been gone from my life for far too long.
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