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Saturday, April 03, 2004

We are done, that is why

LOG OFF!

Prodigal son my ass

I must apologize for the vulgar nature of the title of this post, but it is the only phrase that can quite encompass the feelings we are currently experiencing. A phrase that became popular with the log community in the last couple of weeks may have led us astray in believing that any groundhog would do anything for another, but you have gone and smashed our hopes and dreams. I thought that you said "we were with you always and that everything you had was ours,". Bullshit....MAAAAAAAAAA. And we hope you know, unlike the prodigal, there will be no rejoicing for you when you decide to come back to your senses!
H&N

Bring it

Well, I've decided that there are only so many people I can not talk to at once. So I'm giving my parents a call and now there are some new people on my shit list. That's right, you want to play hardball, I'll play. This is war.

Whats all this stuff in between?

Someone once told me that it was better to live your life without expectations. he said "this is where expectation is (hands held high) and this is where reality is (hands held much lower)....whats all this stuff in between? he said. You know what the answer was....i think you do mister, because it was disapointment, and after tonites little shenanigan, i think me and natalie finally understood your shitty analogy.
MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

Hopelessly Devoted?

I remember this was posted shortly after the Roommate of the Month distinction was awarded.

All LOGer's are invited to a party in Natalie's honor, scheduled for Saturday night.

So what happened??? I guess I'll just cry myself to sleep, all by myself.

Ridiculously perturbed

Hello Fellow Loggers~
Or is there even such a thing as a fellow logger anymore? One day after our two month logaversary and such an astonishing display of grotesque indifference! All that is left after this life altering experience for two innocent young log ladies to do is spend the night in the one place on campus where they will be loved, or at least be responded to, the computer cluster of the lafortune student center in the center of a cold and desolated University of our lady on a wintry april saturday night. We can only hope that you may find our blog postings in an altered state of mind, and we look forward to a time when you might not "curb your enthusiasm" when you see us again to the point of sending us away once more.
regretfully yours,
Holly and nat

I'm Back

Hello All,
I just recieved my acceptance letter from jimmy today into LOG. I was pretty nervous but i guess my essay i wrote was convincing. So my weekend so far has consisted of leading a freshmen retreat with the wonderful holls. It was an excellent retreat but i am glad to be home again! Just a few more days and it will be another BREAK!!!! Thank goodness....alright thanks for my acceptance. i love you all...maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Meatballs

Hey Johnny, remember the meatballs at Pop Farley? Yeah, i had about 20 of those last night. See Natalie, sometimes not eating dinner pays off. In the form of meatballs, nonetheless. Technically, it was still Friday by about an hour. But the sun had gone down. So, am I going to hell now? Or was I already and this meatball incident is irrelevant? I would appreciate any comments.

Friday, April 02, 2004

What is going on?

Hi, I don't know what is going on , but apparently all of you did something 2 months ago that I wasn't aware of...some sort of groundhog...LOG?

Would you put some fucking pants on, please?

Why so much hate, Jimmy?

Happy Anniversary, LOG!!!

Two months and still going strong! Happy Anniversary, all!

Thursday, April 01, 2004

Bookstore Basketball Game

Team L.O.G.
First game is Wednesday, April 7 at 5:30pm. Location TBA.

Family Portrait

Hey, when are we going to do that?

Congratulations Natalie

Natalie Cal, a resident of 303 Farley, has been named the March roommate of the month. Among her highlights for the month: getting into State underage and picking up Holly's packages tonight. All LOGer's are invited to a party in Natalie's honor, scheduled for Saturday night.

Wednesday, March 31, 2004

Outlaw

Attention all LOGers: From this point forth all shadiness, creepiness, and secretiveness are banned. That is to say, all nonLOG activities should be kept to a bare minimum and any of these nonLOG activities should be reported to all other members of LOG. It is your duty and your obligation to be completely truthful with your fellow LOGers. Violation of this statue will result in serious disciplinary action.

Tuesday, March 30, 2004

LOGblogblog: The Blog for LOG Blog (The Blog for LOG) Gaining Momentum

You can never have 'Too many BLOGs', Natalie.

Veto Power

I think I'm going to not be using that other BLOG. Too many BLOGs. I can't handle it.
BTW, check out Deb's comment on the post below.

Whoa

Wow this is the coolest that has happened since we went to State on Friday!!

The LOG Blog Blog: The Blog for LOG Blog (The Blog for LOG)

Good news, everyone! The LOG Blog Blog: The Blog for LOG Blog (The Blog for LOG) is fully operational. Come post your comments!

New Blog!!

Good news everyone...for those of you who can't stop talking about LOG Blog: The Blog for LOG, there is now a place for you to discuss your favorite Blog. Visit The LOG Blog Blog!! to discuss the LOG Blog: The Blog for LOG.

Monday, March 29, 2004

Correction

In a previous LogBlog: The Blog for Log posting, it was incorrectly stated that Log was making a field trip to Chicago today. The field trip is actually scheduled to take place on Wednesday March 31. LogBlog: The Blog for Log regrets the error.

We are awesome

Screw all your classes today, we're going to Chicago...Lunch on Navy Pier, see the city from the Sears tower...meet in D2 in 20 minutes!!!

Hoculi

Hey, has anyone seen Hoculi lately?

Sunday, March 28, 2004

'galavanting'

What's that?

And what's the deeeeal with New England? It's not new, and it's not England, and why are you still reading this?

A Little too Rowdy

I've been getting way too rowdy as of late and today I sorely bore the brunt of all my galavanting. But that's what college is all about. As someone great once said, "There's more to college than classes." And that is why, no matter how crappy I feel, no matter how little sleep I get, no matter how long I put off all of my work, I will continue to rouse myself to rowdiness. That is, of course, except for tonight.