April 9th, 2005

Neko (lofulah)


Yep, saw Sharon today, and walked around with her for quite a bit, since there wasn't much to do (well, there wasn't much that was interesting anyways. I think. I dunno. Sorry =^^= )

And met up with the Navigators... wonderful group of people, most juniors or sophomores though. I still don't know if I want to join a christian group though... it's.. a bit like... lying. ::sigh::
Neko (lofulah)


I just picked up 10 books and a pack of "Goddess" cards for $4.50. That would be $4 for the 10 books:
Shadow of a Dark Queen (Serpentwar Saga 1) - Raymond E. Feist
Rise of a Merchant Prince (Serpentwar Saga 2) - Raymond E. Feist
Rage of a Demon King (Serpentwar Saga 3) - Raymond E. Feist
The Last Unicorn - Peter S. Beagle (1968, Del Rey edition)
Reaper Man (Diskworld Series) - Terry Pratchett - partially damaged, missing half of the front and back covers, and half of the last two pages. (ROC Fantasy, 1991)
Moving Picture (Diskworld Series) - Terry Pratchett (ROC Fantasy, 1990)
The Integral Trees - Larry Niven (Del Rey, 1983)
Howl's Moving Castle - Diana Wynne Jones
Manifold Time - Stephen Baxter
Hamlet - The Pelican Shakespeare edition 1957 (printed in Baltimore, Maryland! How cool is that?) - It reminded me of the books we used in class... although now that I think about it, I don't think it is... ^^;;;

The Gifts of The Goddess - 36 Affirmation Cards, by Amy Zerner and Monte Farber.

Honestly, I think they made a mistake... I just noticed a 3.00 on the paper that was stuck in the box, but they had said 50 cents... so... yeah... Nice cards. Although I don't really need them.....
Neko (lofulah)

College listing

That college list from a long time ago? http://ibcorner.servehttp.com/list/

Yeah. I made a reference to it a few days ago on the rmptsa listserv, and a concerned parent noted that: To Benjamin Juang: I hope that you asked each of these former RM students (http://ibcorner.servehttp.com/list/) if they want to have their contact information posted on the RM listserve. I would hate to find out that you posted someone's e-mail address/information on a public forum without their knowledge. From, Linda Stern-Siegel (parent)

So yes, if you have problems with your information being up there, please tell me, or remove it yourself.

And note that since I'm posting it here, it will be google-able in a few days. Not like there's that much on that page to be googled at.