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i write about what goes on in my life. i write about things i think are funny. i write nonsense. i write about bodily functions.

i have a boyfriend/husband named nathan who loves video games. we get along great. about 7% of the time. any percentage greater is purely a curious statistical anomaly.
aww i love nate!

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aside from courageous nathan, our main characters include:
oh. and i teach dance and like accounting. the end.

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Saturday, June 16, 2007
science barge

i know i'm not usually the type of writer who actually ties my entries into real life things, but this time i couldn't resist:

the science barge
"New York Sun Works believes that our city's rooftops are the key to fighting pollution and rising energy and food costs, with enough square footage to grow all the vegetables our city can consume. They created The Science Barge as a floating classroom to teach about sustainability and hydroponic gardening. They 'grow food in the city with no carbon emissions, no water use, and no waste stream'." via Apartment Therapy

but really - how cool is that? that all of NYC's produce could be grown w/o ANY CO2 emissions and supplied from rooftops?! if only it didnt take like 20 years for anything to be implemented...

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