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New Study Confirms... [Feb. 22nd, 2007|04:47 pm]
bdavis
A new study today released by the really official association of statistics showed that NYU Stern students consistently and dramatically outperform Columbia undergrads. While the evidence is very conclusive, Columbia students are not smart enough to comprehend the data and therefore we have not included it.
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shits fucked up [Jul. 22nd, 2006|09:06 pm]
bdavis
[music |radiohead ~ paranoid android]

its 9:07 and its 95 degrees. im scared shitless about this. this shouldnt be happening. and theres lightning. it feels like the fucking apocolypse. fuck. fuck it all. all i can think about is the idea of what would be worse, being in prison and being actually guilty of the crime, or being in prison but innocent. i hope we all dont die. but i dont know. save me dennis quad.
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if i could have one wish... [Jan. 13th, 2006|01:10 pm]
bdavis
it would be to have two more years of high school with all my friends again. being an adult sucks. period.
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silent emo screaming | paint my nails black and write on my converse [Dec. 4th, 2005|02:02 pm]
bdavis
okay.... my state of emo-ness has not really relieved itself. i still really miss home and like, high school, and feeling so fucking cool. i still feel cool, in a sense, but in a different way. we're all doing our own thing now. and maybe its just because i went to a small private school where everyone followed the sort of same crowd, but like, its scary now that were never going to have that simplicity back. soon were going to have to do paperwork, and write checks, and pay bills. and that sucks. and we have to start a family. okay, i may as well just start quoting the trainspotting poster, because thats where this seems to be going. maybe its all just a transitional phase, between being a kid and evolving into our parents, but it sucks that well never have that excitement of choosing colleges, of finding out where people got in. well never party as hard as we did senior year, or fuck around, or do stupid shit. well never be able to go through the same motions, or change what we did in the past. its pretty sketchy. i miss the past. fuck this shit. i may as well stop writing, this is just as good a place as any to stop.
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Alright, Way long overdue post [Sep. 10th, 2005|02:02 am]
bdavis
[mood |happyhappy]

So it been a little over two weeks now at NYU. Its been the best two weeks of my life. I guess I'll start with the week before. My dad and sister and I stayed in Times Square for vacation. It was a little intimdating thinking I would be living here. Then Sunday August 28th, move in day, was just surreal. You live somewhere for 18 years, and then...you don't. This isn't vacation, or camp, this is real life. This is adulthood. So i pretty much spent the day meeting people in my hall and my roommate. Then I had Stern orientation all week. I met Monica waiting in line to sign in to my hall. She asked if anyone in line was in Stern, and when i said i was, she asked if i could walk her to the building tomorow morning. SInce then we've been really good friends. So Stern orientation was awesome. We fucked around, and were grouped in these 40 person groups where we talk and goof off. Stern gave us a lot of cool shit, and great food all the time. They rented out ESPN Zone for us, and a nice restaurant. Our Orientation Leader, Moh, was awesome. He gave us a lot of insight into the real shit. I met awesome people through my Cohort and hall. My floor sucks, but all my friends in Hayden are pretty much on the fourth floor. Its been so fun just to be a kid. My friend Ed and I have the most ridiculous meals. For dinner one time we had Coco Puffs with Trix, a waffle with strawberries, syrup and ice cream and pizza with peppers and garlic powder. Its fun to be a kid again, after a summer of boring ass work. I wont let myself become that guy, that guy that loses connection to that innate desire to just be silly and funny. There are a lot of places that just dont card. Ed and I went to this jazz club where we got to listen to live music for a couple of hours and they served us beers and whatever. I went to a Yankees game one night. I went clubbin (although unsuccessfully do to my poor dancing capabilities), and there was a mystery Concert with Iron and Wine which was unbelievable. New York is a scary place, but if you have people that love you, and that you love, its very easy to live here. And classes should be okay. I miss home though. I miss the beach, and my family, and my dog. And my restaurants, and car, and my friends. This isnt even in order. I just miss it alll I miss the things I cant remember just as much as the ones I do. I miss the trees and the dirt and all the small details. Life really is what you do while you're waiting to die. Its how we choose to spend our time. Thats why marraige is such a big thing. Its because you promise to dedicate your time to one person. Thats why a career is a big thing, or anything along that line. ANyways, I love it here. I really do. And I miss home so much. I miss all my friends and family. I love you all.
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alan ball et al [Aug. 22nd, 2005|12:57 am]
bdavis
thank you for everything. six feet under has been so enlightening. live life. we all die. do whatever you want all the time, becuase it can be your time any time. dont settle for anything you dont fully want to do. ever. and all you can do is surround yourself with people you love while you are here. shoot for the absolute best. and when its your time, have no regrets, just take it. "you can do anything you lucky bastatd, you're alive." "it cant be that easy..." "what if it is...." i cried for 20 minutes after it ended. it was so perfect. i felt more connected to the show than..than anything else i can think of. it was amazing, simply, utterly beautiful.
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fuck [Aug. 15th, 2005|09:11 pm]
bdavis
you goodbyes. its definately the hardest thing in the world. itll be hard to enjoy college with all these fresh wounds. first of all, six feet under is ending. if you've never seen it, don't say anything, cuz you don't understand. if you have, you know. and bgold is leavin. he has to be one of the nicest people in the history of people to ever walk this earth. and meg's soccer thing. bad stuff. very sad. the dichotmoy is you know how important these things are in your life that they hurt so much when you lose them. But you're still losing them... so fuck.
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(no subject) [Aug. 14th, 2005|10:55 pm]
bdavis
six feet under owns my soul.
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(no subject) [Aug. 13th, 2005|11:25 pm]
bdavis
its all getting so hard to swallow. i dont want to say goodbye to everyone yet. i wish we all had another year together, just another year. one more year as a senior. one more year to feel so fucking invincible, and immature. one more year to meet the people that i never met. i was laying in bed thinking of all the should haves, but it just makes it all worse. its real. people leave. i have to start over again. now i see why some people flock together, like the people that went to usc. its easy. and i dont really mean that in a bad way. its just an easier way to do things. im ripping my own roots out from the ground and replanting myself. im scared. this will be the most challenging part of my life. i dont know how i can find people at college that could ever understand me and make me feel safe like the people ive met so far. its really setting in. i feel it.
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Deelicious [Aug. 5th, 2005|08:37 pm]
bdavis
the volta/system concert was RONdiculous. wow. system is amazing live. and volta was just plain volta. and sir shayas house was super fun. and i havent worn shoes in about three weeks. but i miss greg/kevin/meg-asaurus. i think thats it.
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