2004-08-06

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damn
well it seems missP is off to host Atlanta's pre-rubberball bash this evening.
i guess that means it's about that time again!

found these two on my puter...
thought i'd share

[livejournal.com profile] anna_phobia & [livejournal.com profile] abwaerts snapped by [livejournal.com profile] stevedietgoedde

and well, me. during fashionshow finale bit. snapped by PerryGallagher. that'd be stah's head and a bit o [livejournal.com profile] esme_b's boob



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ok
so wrote to liz
trying to hook up a weekend foto pass for [livejournal.com profile] faderhead
but noooo
that fucker dont get in til Saturday
so me n midori cant use him to take pix of our show on Friday nite at the House of Flesh party during RubberBall weekend.
oh well, maybe Sat nite then at TG and at the main event Monday evening.

i sent off a bunch of images to Tizano to choose from for the Ritual flyer. i tried to pick something that included my work with [livejournal.com profile] tatsu_otoko since he's performing with me, but i dont have enough finished images from our shoot to submit. The behind the scene ones i've posted to my site in updates recently are great and pretty but I guess their not *SLAM* enough.

i need to figure out how long i'll be in Rome. more time in Rome, less time in London and vice versa. I have a feeling i'm going to prefer the weather in Rome, but i have shoots on the island. dammit.
i guess i better have a nice warm latex coat made for me.

this trip will be a fucking blast!

damn. a whole month of being strung up
and a few times with midori too
hopefully toronto comes thru as well!
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for once, i'm flying san jose to LAX. which is odd, since i usually fly into Burbank. oh well. for this trip, LAX is more convenient.

i'm going down to participate in a lil movie and i'm not sure how good it'll be but i do know we'll have FUN!

XXX: State of the Union
looks like ice cube, willem dafoe, nona gaye, samuel jackson... yea, well i think i'll have just as much fun hanging with [livejournal.com profile] masuimi n yolanda cuz they are going to be in it too.



august 9 to LA. - mon
find driver and get my ass to wardrobe.

august 10/11 - tue/wed
filming. nice n early call time too. ugh.
but i get a tattoo put on my head! HAH!

august 12 - thurs
shoot. Estevan Oriol
he also does JokerBrand

august 13 - fri
shoot. Ken Marcus
ooh with [livejournal.com profile] emilymarilyn YAH!

the damned are playing fri nite too @ house of blues. not sure if i'll be able to hook up with them or the varla chix tho :(
i want korean barBQ dinner with camera dude n [livejournal.com profile] alanablue

august 14 - sat
free to do nothing at all.
or shoot with chris the camera dude.

august 15 - sun
nothing but dimSum

august 16 - mon
fly home.
yea right.
i'll end up extending my stay.
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who says AZNs aren't big?!!??!!??


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she's fucking loonie toons!
/end official grown-up conclusion

any idea when she arrives in SF?



By JOHN IWASAKI
SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER REPORTER

James Arima, a local officer of the Japanese American Citizens League, intended to be at Green Lake tonight for the annual peace ceremony honoring those killed by the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

He changed his plans after hearing that author Michelle Malkin would be in town to discuss her new book, which defends another controversial episode of World War II: the relocation and detention of more than 110,000 people of Japanese ancestry on the West Coast.

Malkin's book -- "In Defense of Internment: The Case for 'Racial Profiling' in World War II and the War on Terror" -- has created an uproar in the local Japanese American community.

"She's looking forward to discussion and controversy," said Arima, president of the Lake Washington chapter of the citizens league. "We don't want to help her sell books."

Malkin purports to debunk the common historical view that the internment was largely driven by wartime hysteria and racism. She maintains that historians and federal panels have played down information showing that Japan had established an extensive espionage network on the West Coast.

Using the internment to criticize today's counterterrorism measures, including profiling, only jeopardizes homeland security, Malkin says.

"I start from a politically incorrect premise: In a time of war, the survival of the nation comes first," she wrote. "Civil liberties are not sacrosanct."

Malkin writes that the so-called MAGIC messages -- Japan's diplomatic communications that were intercepted and deciphered before and during the war -- revealed Japan's espionage intentions. Among the messages are brief reports from the Japanese Consulate in Seattle about warships anchored in Bremerton.

The existence of the top-secret messages was known to only about a dozen people before and during the war, including President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The information was declassified in 1977 and written about by David Lowman, a former national security officer and Washington state native.

Read more... )
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Title Note: (2/3/03)

The title of this movie, 'XXX2', would be pronounced as "Triple X Squared".
If one wants to do the math... it gets a bit confusing.
As the first film was written, XXX, it implies that it was X times X times X, which is actually X cubed.
But... because Sony always maintained that it was "Triple X", that means it was actually 3X mathematically.
So, as (3X)2, this sequel's title actually equals 9X2.
Why am I doing all this math?
So you don't have to! (2/5/04)
According to HSX.com, the title has been expanded slightly to reflect the "trouble at home" nature of the storyline: 'XXX2: State of the Union.' (6/1/04)
It appears that the 2 has been removed from the title, so all my math earlier might eventually be seen as being quite moot.






source
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suggestions?


[Poll #332169]
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ANTH 160
Reconstructing Lost Civilizations
GE Advanced Area R: Earth & Environment
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3:00PM - 5:45PM
Mon

explors scientific archaelology and the reconstruction of civilizations. topics include framing hypotheses, site selectin, excavation, analysis of artifacts and ecofacts, and reconstructing social systems.
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HIST 176
American Wars
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1:30PM - 2:45PM
Mon,Wed

topics in American military history. topics vary from semester to semester and may include studies of particualar wars (such as the Revolutionary War, Civil War, Indian Wars, WW1, the Korean War) or other aspects of American military history.

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RTVF 188
Alternative Cinema
GE Advanced Area V: Culture, Civil & Global Under

6:00PM - 8:30PM
Tues

uses films from previously marginalized national cinemas from around the world as primary sources to teach students to appreciate, understand and compare diverse cultures.
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ok
so the antropology thing is an upper division GE course which i HAVE to take.
well, there are others, mostly geology and earth science type shit. there's even one on volcanos that seems DAMN interesting. but i have a feeling it'll be a little more that discovery channel difficult. which means and easy F in the course for me. i dont think i want that. i'll have to see with a current and new schedule what other options i have for this requirement.

also, the alternative cinema too. but it's ok. i like movies and last time i saw, they had some azn films stuck in. some i own too. there's a new asian cinema course, i wonder if i can switch to that one and make it count. i mean hell, it's not like i dont get enough damn culture bouncing around the place. if i wouldn't be able to be so racist otherwise!

american wars. heh. fuck yea.

oh and i get an internship too this semester... gotta bug my prof about this military history project the school got goin on.

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