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Attack of the Res Nazis!!
Hinata STFU
The residence bitches locked up our kitchen!  Without giving people a chance to get their groceries or anything else they had stored there!  Rawr.  Caitlin mad.  Caitlin smash.

Apparently we've got a couple huge morons in this building - one person put potatoes in the oven and turned it up high and left it, and another put plastic bags in the oven and turned it to broil and left it.  How fucking moronic.

So, really, I can understand why they decided to close the kitchen, but it's still not cool that they locked people's groceries in there.

I vote for them making it required that, to get into the kitchen, one must sign out a key from the porter, and then they have an RA check the kitchen after each use.  Then, if anything happens, they'll know exactly who did it and when.

On a less-angry note, HAPPY SAINT PATRICK'S DAY!

Kiss me, I'm [a tiny little fraction] Irish!  (It's in there somewhere with the rest of my European ancestry. :P)

I figured the little bit of Irish in me makes it practically obligatory that I have at least one drink, therefore I am drinking mint chocolate Baileys in chocolate milk.  It is tasty.  ^__^  *loves mint chocolate*

Working on compiling my Naruto FST again.  Have found a song or two that I hadn't had before, but still miss the ones I had at first.  Woe.  :(  I'll probably post a "so far I have" kind of list within the next few days.

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Here's a suggestion for the Naruto FST, "Here Comes the Sun," by The Beatles.

...Wow, a Beatles song I don't have practically memorised. I'll definitely look up the lyrics, though from what I remember of the words, I don't know if it'll fit. ^^;;

Thanks a bunch for the suggestion, though. ^_^

Written the by the late George Harrison.

They seem pretty happy. Not extremely poppy happy, but it seems like it is attempting to get the listener to look on the bright side of things.

While some of their stuff is happy, some of it is actually rather melancholy. I was raised on the Beatles, among other groups (the Nylons, the Who, Billy Joel, Simon and Garfunkel, the Guess Who, Prelude, those kinds of folks), so I'm pretty familiar with the music of that era.

Misunderstanding, I think I was referring to this song only. I enjoy a lot of their melancholy work, but this has a serious air of optimism.

Ah, okay, yeah. I misunderstood you, sorry. ^^;; I've been colouring in Photoshop all afternoon, so my brain has kind of gone into standby. XDD

No, it was my fault. I worded it incorrectly.

Hey, I got it figured out, so it's all good. XD

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