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December 2, 1998
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what would Gandhi do?
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Favorite moviesDonnie Darko, Shaun of the Dead, Pulp Fiction, O Brother Where Art Thou?, Forrest Gump, Super 8, Napoleon Dynamite, Star Trek: Into Darkness, The Breakfast Club AHHHHFavorite TV showsSteven Universe, Bob's Burgers, Flapjack, Rick & Morty, Panty & Stocking, Madoka Magica, Regular ShowFavorite bands / musical artistsChris Cornell, Green Day, Temple of the Dog, Fleetwood Mac, George Michael, Queen, The Cars, Concrete Blonde, Electric Light Orchestra, Duran Duran, and probably a lot moreFavorite booksThe Book Thief, Harry Potter, Maze Runner, To Kill a Mockingbird, and again probably a LOT more
an interpretive drawing of my boyfriend i did, without looking i say it is very telling of him he is happy most of the time now though ^ w ^ in other news, school is over in a week x __ x ; hopefully i will get more art up here during the summer because i've really fallen off the wagon lately, and times are a changin' love all my watchers
i'm so ashamed to say that i go to this school. we're on the front page of huffington post and new york times for banning students to exercise their right to freedom of expression and protesting police brutality. i thought we were better than this. this is how we're going to be remembered? m.huffpost.com/us/entry/638706…