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March 19th, 2005

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06:08 pm - ARGH!!! I hate universities!!!
goddamit, it feels like the damn government tries as hard as it can to stop us from getting a university education *growls* stupid osap, stupid scholarships, stupid marks, stupid....EVERYTHING!!!! ldjgka;drbvgdjrga;KEGNMV;KLDFNGZKFJDGML:jnk;zfgnsdg

*breathes* *glares at her pile of forms* I.AM.GOING.TO.GO.CRAZY.

omi~!! save me!
Current Mood: frustratedfrustrated

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Date:March 20th, 2005 02:23 am (UTC)


Yeah they really dont want us to get an education. B/c if we get too smart we could over throw them.

pile of forms? what ya doing guy?

From Bonjou
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Date:March 20th, 2005 11:44 pm (UTC)

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oh we'll overthrow them either way XD just cuz u know, we hate them so much. but yeah >.< charletton sent me this form to apply for burseries or soemthing and they're like "we know university's expensive, so here's a planner to help u balance ur budget" and i was like, f*** u, if u know it's so damn expensive then 1) lower ur goddamn prices, and 2) stop wasting our money printing stupid planners that're gonna end up in the goddamn garbage!!

and then i went on the osap page to try and at least get an estimate of how much i can get, and they're like "u can't apply for a loan because ur applying less then 90 days before the end of ur term" or some crap like that >.>.......w...t....f...???????????????????????
Date:March 20th, 2005 04:53 am (UTC)
o_0 Be glad that you're applying through school. The fees to pay for transcript transfers and all that crap, plus an extra $50 if you apply to UWO... it's such a hassle.

You'll make it through! It just takes some time to get through everything!
Huron acceptances are going out in a week or so, so I'm excited! June will get here so fast, you won;t know what hit you!

*pats you on the back*

Think Kime? *lol* Nagayan? Think about how much fun we'll have Tuesday?!
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Date:March 20th, 2005 11:40 pm (UTC)
kime....now there's an idea, i wonder if kime and nagayan went to university? *dreams of university life with kime and nagayan*=
Date:March 21st, 2005 12:31 am (UTC)
Kime I don't think so. I know he wanted to be a postal worker and was for a little bit... worked right out of highschool!

Here ya are!

--While doing your LIVE activities, you’ve had the experience of singing the ending theme for the anime [The Prince of Tennis] and I hear that you’ve also been doing musicals related to that, but how long ago was it that you thought of becoming a singer?

Kimeru: The first time I thought about it was, around the time I was an elementary school student. I felt that was really just *wishful thinking so my tanglible dream for the future was to be a post office worker.

--When you say post office worker, do you mean a mailman?

Kimeru: That’s right. At the time it was the kind that was a government employee.
When I was a Jr. High student, I liked correspondences. The time the mailman would come to the house was the time I looked forward to the most. At those times, I thought it would be happiness if I could do a job that brings happiness to those kinds of people. After I graduated Sr. High School, I worked for 3 years.

--Eh~? You became a post office worker?

Kimeru: Yep, I did! Just as I had imagined, it was a fun job. But, when I realized one dream, I began to think that I want to sing songs, and little by little, I started doing auditions.

--Did you play in a band during high school?

Kimeru: I didn’t sing in a band. Actually people often say “I can’t imagine that.” But my time in Sr. High was super negative. Just by hearing people talk behind my back, I’ll think they’re saying bad things about me. (laughs) It’s the period of my life I’d least like to return to. What saved me were the LIVES that my friends took me to. Artists were there, expressing their music and realistically conveying the lyrics. That was the moment that I felt attracted to the place called “the stage”

--You mean, you were saved by music?

Kimeru: Exactly, that’s right! Music was what pushed me from behind and told me to do my best during the difficult times. What healed the feeling from the time I suffered a broken heart was also music. What became encouragement for my friends around me who worried about the road ahead of them was music, too so. I began thinking that I have to convey to someone the appeal of music that I felt, through the human that is Kimeru.
Date:March 21st, 2005 12:50 am (UTC)
Oh, and I don't know about Nagayan! XD

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