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Current Mood: blahblah
24 November 2013 @ 04:13 pm
I've been gone a lot recently because there were several deaths in my family. Sorry for the absence.
Current Mood: gloomygloomy
13 May 2013 @ 04:56 pm
I don't want this job. Why did I apply for this job. Please don't move me on to testing for this job.
25 April 2013 @ 05:23 pm
Job hunting is one of the most depressing experiences in the world. It's even worse when the market is this bad.
10 February 2013 @ 12:16 pm
恭喜發財! 新年快樂!

새해 복 많이 받으세요!!!
01 January 2013 @ 12:00 am

This post will be updated according to the time zones to languages I know and places I live(d). Some languages will not be included until the lunar new year.


Voorspoedige Nuwejaar!

Buon anno e tanti auguri!

Bonne année et bonne santé!

¡Feliz y Prosperous Año Nuevo!

Happy New Year!

Current Mood: contentcontent
24 December 2012 @ 03:26 pm
I want to wish all my friends on LJ a happy holiday season and I hope your holidays are going better than mine.

At least I got snow today.
Current Mood: depresseddepressed
17 July 2011 @ 07:32 pm
These last couple weeks have been the FIFA Women's World Cup in Frankfurt, Germany. I love football, so I've been watching avidly, even though Italy never made it past the playoff with the USA in the groups. Since I have strong ties to both America and Japan as well, I wanted both of them to do really well, even if Japan was never supposed to be a strong contender according to the commentators. The USA's game against Brazil was amazing, and Japan's games against Germany and Sweden were a real testament to Japan's strength. When it came down to it, with a USA v. Japan world final, I would've been happy with either country winning.

And it turns out Japan won in penalty kicks. Firstly, I have to say that I loathe with a passion penalty kicks. I think they are not fair and take the fun out of football. It's more of a guessing game than a tactical game. But Japan did win, and I congratulate them. Not only because they worked so hard to get where they are, but because of what it means to Japan. After suffering such a devastating earthquake and tsunami, followed by a nuclear disaster that it is predicted to take at least 20 years to clean up, I feel that this is a major push towards recovery for the Japanese people. But I feel stronger for the Japanese women. In a country of 120 million people, only 125,000 girls are registered to play football. The men's football team is much more renowned. And now these women have won Japan's first world title ever. The USA is still ranked number 1 in the world, and have two world cup titles under their belt, so I  believe they can win again in 4 years. However, I believe that this was the right time for the Japan's women football team to win and so I say:

Congratulations Nadeshiko Japan!

Current Mood: excitedexcited
16 March 2008 @ 09:56 pm
So, not only am I being held a gunpoint by jett_chan, she's also threatening to post these with "grammar mistakes all over the place!" which have been put in by her if I don't post these. And honestly, I believe she will do it, which scares me enough to post these Ronon/Lorne drabbles myself. I chose to do prompts Catch 22 and Incense from the ronon_lorne community.
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Current Mood: intimidatedintimidated
Current Music: Boten Anna - Basshunter