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Last Exit to Nowhere
The end is extremely fucking nigh.
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28th-Oct-2018 03:44 pm - Sales post
SELLING (click the pictures to enlarge)
Strictly NO TRADES unless you have what I want, and price negotiation is only for immediate payment.
Contact me at lefractured@gmail.com
Prices that do not state Mailed, do NOT include postage!
Priority goes to the buyer that can make immediate payment, REGARDLESS that you've confirmed first or not. This goes for meet-ups as well, priority goes to those that can meet up first.
I am NOT responsible for lost mails, registered mail is strongly advised. Of course, I will write my return add on the back of the parcel.
Feedback: http://community.livejournal.com/sgstfeedback/1285006.html

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17th-Mar-2013 11:18 pm(no subject)
Pretty productive month so far:

Another Earth
Beasts of the Southern Wild
Star Wars Episode I, II & III (all in one day!)
Life of Pi
25th-Aug-2012 11:53 pm(no subject)
How long do I have to wait? How long more do I have to pretend that I don't mind?
18th-Aug-2012 11:33 pm - Silence
I'm not a person that opens up easily. It's not that I don't want to, but everytime when I rehearse whatever I want to say, it just strikes me as trivial. I don't want to waste other people's time. So I would try and get over it myself. I would tell myself that it's okay to wallow in self pity for a while, 'cause I can come back from it. But I find it harder and harder to find that light of the end of the tunnel. I feel like my drowning and no one can hear my screams.

What if I can't come back?
10th-Jul-2012 06:38 pm - A Bittersweet Life
“One late autumn night, the disciple awoke crying.
So the master asked the disciple, “Did you have a nightmare?”
“Did you have a sad dream?”
“No,” said the disciple. “I had a sweet dream.”
“Then why are you crying so sadly?”
The disciple wiped his tears away and quietly answered, “Because the dream I had can’t come true.”
10th-Jul-2012 06:06 pm - 9 - 5 dead end job
Have you ever felt lonely in a crowded place?
24th-May-2012 11:22 pm - It's not easy being human
“I was a good child. I did my homework, ate my vegetables, kissed my mother goodnight. I was patient. I was kind. But I’m starting to think that good things don’t actually come to those who wait. We behaved as well as we could for as long as we could. And now, it’s time to try something else. We came screaming into this world. How can we possibly leave it without a fight?”

“Freedom is just a pretty way of saying that you’ve gone off the grid. For better or for worse, you’re out of options. But we call it freedom. We write songs about it. You probably crank them in your car and never thought about it much. Some people think it’s exhilarating not having your future mapped out. Others start to drown in all that nothing. Maybe you’ll enjoy for a moment the purity of doing what you want, when you want. Beer for breakfast, sex in the afternoon. But obligations sneak up…duty, moral code. Some of us are wired to put ourselves back into cages. Freedom is just that moment of calm before the dread sets in. Because no matter what you freed yourself from, you only get so far down the open road, car windows down, music blasting, before you’re forced to take a turn, make a choice, and sentence yourself to the next adventure.”
27th-Mar-2012 12:01 am - zombie

Check out my squeaky clean desktop! Just freed up 80 GB worth of space. I just need another hard disk to back up some I won't lose every single thing that I've accumulated in the past 3 years.
22nd-Mar-2012 12:33 pm - Reading List
Feed by Mira Grant
The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan (currently reading, not very impressed by the shallow character development Verdict: Shallow character development, barely any character growth. I don't feel for the whiny and selfish protagonist.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Grahame-Smith
Monster Island/Nation/Planet, Thirteen Bullets, Frostbite by David Wellington
Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion
World War Z by Max Brooks

I could use a kindle *hint hint*
21st-Mar-2012 11:47 pm - Decisions
I didn't really put much thought into applying for universities/scholarships, since I figured that I would require an extensive portfolio and/or extra curricular activities' backing (which I do not possess) in addition to my grades, I wouldn't stay a chance in getting a place in overseas universities, much less receive a scholarship from them. So a few weeks ago I was called up to have an interview with my school's director in regards to whether if I should receive an award during the graduation ceremony. They asked me about what I planned for the future; if I wanted to further my studies and if so, what universities do I have in mind. To be honest, before my course manager notified me of the interview, I didn't expect to win anything, because there was another girl that was way more talented than I am in every aspect (juggling numerous CCAs, perfect GPAs, how do I beat that?). So when the question was raised, I was stumped. I immediately regretted not doing more homework (they kept insisting that we were going to have an "informal chat". Yeah right.) I couldn't possibly tell them that I'm not confident of getting into overseas universities with just my grades, so I told a more polished (read: bullshit) version of my reason.

After the interview, I was thinking, "why not just try applying? There's no harm in that." I have almost another year to prepare a more satisfactory portfolio and since I've already gotten a job (teaching primary & secondary kids video production, the company will be training me in another softwares as well), I would have another skill to put in my application. So hopefully, this plan would work out for me.


The past few months wasn't the easiest. I've lost and regain my trust for you. And I hope that I won't lose it again.
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