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Friday, November 10, 2006

11:07AM - Why the internet would be good if one was smart


Nik says:

you will be fought

Stephanie [ Raylwen ] says:


Stephanie [ Raylwen ] says:

I rock.
You don't.

Stephanie [ Raylwen ] says:

It's Newton's third law.

Stephanie [ Raylwen ] says:

He added a third law of physics on his deathbed.

Stephanie [ Raylwen ] says:

Believe me, I know. I was there.

Nik says:

there already ARE three laws, doof

Stephanie [ Raylwen ] says:


Nik says:

you really lose for that

Stephanie [ Raylwen ] says:

I knew I should've wiki'd that before I said anything.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

12:42AM - SEPT 19: Official Talk Like a Pirate Day

Thought of in 1995 by a few men playing racquetball.
Made public by the grand syndicated columnist Dave Barry in 2002.

Every September 19th we have:

It was fun yelling "Avast!" and "Ahoy, matey!" and "Shiver me Timbers!" around campus all afternoon. And someone was dressed up for it! I cheered with an "Arrrrrrrrr!"

I'm tributing this to the day:

Wednesday, August 16, 2006


Sbsteph85 (10:55:25 PM): JOE
Sbsteph85 (10:55:30 PM): Just get the snakes on the plane
Sbsteph85 (10:55:32 PM): Snakes
Sbsteph85 (10:55:34 PM): on the plane
Sbsteph85 (10:55:37 PM): I don't care how you do it
Sbsteph85 (10:55:40 PM): just get them there
Sbsteph85 (10:55:52 PM): I want them coming out of the compartments
Sbsteph85 (10:55:53 PM): damnit joe
Sbsteph85 (10:56:01 PM): I want a giant cobra to take out the pilot
Sbsteph85 (11:01:08 PM): right in the fucking neck
Sbsteph85 (11:01:10 PM): a cobra
Sbsteph85 (11:01:20 PM): the plane can't fly itself, you know
Sbsteph85 (11:01:24 PM): that's a precarious situation
Sbsteph85 (10:56:05 PM): you got that joe?
Sbsteph85 (10:56:22 PM): and a python slithering through the window
Sbsteph85 (10:56:41 PM): "bu-but sir, planes are airlocked--"
Sbsteph85 (10:56:42 PM): JOE
Sbsteph85 (10:56:49 PM): get a python through the window
Sbsteph85 (10:57:04 PM): you got that?
Sbsteph85 (10:57:06 PM): hm?
Sbsteph85 (10:57:08 PM): do ya?
Sbsteph85 (10:57:17 PM): I'm a genius
Sbsteph85 (10:57:21 PM): snakes on a plane, joe
Sbsteph85 (10:57:24 PM): snakes on a plane
Sbsteph85 (10:57:28 PM): who woulda thought?

Monday, June 12, 2006


All right.
So I haven't been really keeping up with LJ at all. Reading all your entries or writing any myself. Trying to start again, just to keep track of all you peeps.

My last post, although humorous, kinda abruptly stopped. So here is a really short update. Maybe I'll get into something detailed later.

That last post was me being offered a full-time internship with the Miami Herald this summer. I'm working with online/multimedia. More details on that when I can.

Was really nervous the first week, but you know you love your job when you want to work more hours than they can afford to pay you.

Kinda become my life. 10-7 shift, and an hour each way makes for a long day. I crash at night.
Then a few odd hours, i.e. working on editing audio late after the Miami Heat press conferences.

Sorry to all of you whom I have still not seen. You need to call me again and bug me, I'll MAKE time.

Almost everyone seems to be traveling to lands far away. Being here in Coconut Creek again is an odd feeling. Like college never existed, in a sense. Anyway, I hope all of you people are doing well. I have seen nobody since I came home from school.

There's more, but I'm too tired to think of it right now.

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

11:28AM - The past two weeks have been an emotional rollercoaster...

...but these are the things that make us human.

SCENE: My dorm room. Desk.
TIME: 6:15 p.m. Sun is setting outside.
ACTION: I am gathering my belongings together, the soda and chips and sign-in sheet for the meeting, so that I am ready to leave in 45 minutes. Frequently glancing at my IMs.

After the last meeting, I (thought I) left a stash of foam cups in Niks room from the last meeting. (Apparently not, he could not find them.)

The IM:

D7 (6:19:02 PM): hey
Sbsteph85 (6:19:24 PM): hey
Sbsteph85 (6:19:36 PM): wup wup
D7 (6:19:44 PM): uugh
D7 (6:19:48 PM): i can't get any work done
D7 (6:20:04 PM): I'm sitting here stalling
D7 (6:20:09 PM): I've done like nothing today
D7 (6:20:47 PM): i need to make this list
Sbsteph85 (6:20:51 PM): believe me, I know how hard it is to get work done before the sun goes down, it's like our body is trained not to
Sbsteph85 (6:20:55 PM): yeah, that's a good idea
D7 (6:21:43 PM): mm
D7 (6:22:09 PM): I think I'm going to go to this scott ritter speech
D7 (6:22:27 PM): do I have anything you need in my dorm?
Sbsteph85 (6:24:23 PM): OMG
Sbsteph85 (6:24:24 PM): yeah
Sbsteph85 (6:24:27 PM): the foam cups
D7 (6:25:00 PM): Can i just stop by your dorm and give them to ya
Sbsteph85 (6:25:00 PM): NIK
Sbsteph85 (6:25:01 PM): NIK
Sbsteph85 (6:25:02 PM): NIK
D7 (6:25:05 PM): wha whwsasdf;lkajs;fja;slfjasdf
D7 (6:25:12 PM): FUCKING EH!!!!!
D7 (6:25:17 PM): fjsakfj;asfpowqiern; lkj;pvoijz;fkna.wern;poir[fadfja;wlejr2p39u2p3y23
D7 (6:25:20 PM): f[092u3powofup09suv n43lguhp9shs d v a.wkf[2r3
D7 (6:25:21 PM): s;iua0e9ur
D7 (6:25:22 PM): i4hb wqjh s[09u 23-29
Sbsteph85 (6:26:35 PM): NIK NIK NIK
D7 (6:26:45 PM): whw3r;wler;kajwf;lasf
D7 (6:26:47 PM): WHAT
D7 (6:26:51 PM): WHAT

You know you're a nerd when this is how you express your excitement.

Wednesday, March 8, 2006


I hate goodbyes.

Thursday, February 2, 2006


In this acausal world, artists are joyous. Unpredictability is the life of their paintings, their music, their novels. They delight in events not forecasted, happenings without explanation, retrospective.

Most people have learned how to live in the moment. The argument goes that if the past has uncertain effect on the present, there is no need to dwell on the past. And if the present has little effect on the future, present actions need not be weighed for their consequence. Rather, each act is an island in time, to be judged on its own.

Families comfort a dying uncle not because of a likely inheritance, but because he is loved at that moment. Employees are hired not because of their resumes, but because of their good sense in interviews. Clerks trampled by their bosses fight back at each insult, with no fear for their future. It is a world of impulse. It is a world of sincerity. It is a world in which every word spoken speaks just to that moment, every glance given has only one meaning, each touch has no past or no future, each kiss is a kiss of immediacy.

Saturday, December 10, 2005


Knowledge is power, and power corrupts. So study hard and be evil.

Good luck, everyone.

Wednesday, December 7, 2005


We live in a square mechanical world. We rejoice in this quaint quarter that we have created for ourselves; the smooth solid touch of these edifices assures us. Thou shalt not venture into any unusual trail, thou shalt not be subjected to foreignity, thy neighbor shalt reflect thyself. Aliens cannot reach you here. Look up to see the universe extend, boundless, but intangibility mystifies ad infinitum.

Estranged myths taint our inner sanctuary, but the man in the fountain watches aliens toss a coin into the water, too. Observe the waves of the penny ripple outward, resounding, resounding. A signal in the movement. Sending transmission: The paths are all connected, unrevealed by these labyrinth walls. Tell a story, ask for directions. They keep perfecting fission when our atoms need fusion.

We are all just humans on this planet called Earth.

Tuesday, November 29, 2005


I can't believe I'm actually doing this dumb music survey, but maybe I'm just curious.Collapse )

Oh, and if you guys have not been exposed to Sirenia, your life is not complete. *swoons*

Tuesday, November 22, 2005


Life is a highway; I wanna ride it all night long.
I'll ride it my way; who cares if it's right or wrong...

Tuesday, November 15, 2005


So, the best thing about heading to Target Copy to compile your portfolio at 5 a.m. is that when you get back you still have your killer spot because nobody else is on the road at the same time as you.

On a similar note, I'm finishing up my cover letter, and I couldn't get the last paragraph the way I wanted. Then, I KNEW I had it. This is going to the Sun-Sentinel for a killer summer 10-week program, hopefully I'll get it, where I'm a 40 hr/week paid staffer, making 500 a week. In any case, tell me what you think:

"I look forward to discussing how my passion can infuse your organization with the neverending drive to create the greatest daily publication this continent has ever known. In fact, my shit is so hot that it'll make you orgasm. Twice.

You can contact me at (954) 555-5555 or e-mail me at showriter4@gmail.com.

Stephanie Rosenblatt

Friday, November 4, 2005


It's amazing how some things can seem so natural and so unnatural at the same time.

Sunday, October 23, 2005


I'm waiting on the edge of my seat for the report that says class is going to be cancelled tomorrow.

Please, oh please, miss Wilma come back to me!

EDIT at 5:51 p.m.:

Monday, October 17, 2005


I just kept going back to bed this morning.

Wednesday, October 12, 2005


The solutions to our Accounting midterm were posted.
I think I achieved at least 70 points, if not more, on my own.

And with the curve, that might be an A.

I'm, um, excited, to say the least.
I hope I have good reason to be?

Monday, October 10, 2005


Stolen from Danielle.
And mine are funnier.

type "(your name) needs" into google.com and then post the 5 funniest things that come up.

1. Stephanie needs a strong manly shoulder to lean on (comment: yes, and "manly" must be said in a deep, forthcoming voice when you read it. because that's SO me. (comment on comment: sarcasm intended))
2. Stephanie needs to post some of the "Excel Sonnets" (comment: WTF is an excel sonnet?)
3. Stephanie needs Rhinoplasty surgery (comment: I think my vocabulary is lacking here. WTF is Rhinoplasty? *busts out the dictionary* ooooh, I didn't think I was really Jewish. Sheesh.)
4. Stephanie needs cash fast - but times are tough, and soon she's forced to turn to the last resort of the truly desperate: family.
5. So first, Stephanie needs to find the secret location. (comment: Mission-Impossible style FTW!!!)

And for the record:
Accounting sucks. Exam Monday night. Ut oh.

Monday, October 3, 2005


You're kidding, right?

Wednesday, September 28, 2005


Don't break eggs. You're committing chicken abortion.


The goal of the day:
Tuninskaya (4:17:20 AM): no oversleeping
Tuninskaya (4:17:23 AM): and no boys
Tuninskaya (4:17:26 AM): at least tomorrow
Sbsteph85 (4:17:30 AM): well, that's a horrid life

hahaha, I'm so amused right now. I don't even know where to begin.
I've ceased to predict life.

the sky must be falling, i swear

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