Feb. 5th, 2010

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Got an 83.7% on my math final, which is more than enough for me to pass the class.

*continues sipping on celebratory latte* ^_^
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So, my theatre teacher is a twat on multiple levels.

And shortly, we're going to be discussing one of my favorite plays, The Glass Menagerie. And I have a feeling that there are going to be a lot of moments where I'm grinding my teeth and headdesking.

Why?

I see too much of myself in that play, the good and bad of me, the stereotype/caricatures of what I was and want(ed) to be.

Anyone who has read/seen it, take a look at both Laura and Tom. If you know me well....well. Hell, I'm sure there's some Amanda there as well.

I don't have a lot of time to blather right now, but tonight probably I'm going to edit this to include some personal thinkies about my relationship to that play, both because of what it is and Tennessee Williams as a person, etc.

For now, I'll just say that the idea of this woman touching this play? DO NOT WANT.
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The birthday presents I ordered for myself I arrived today. I got

Secretary DVD. The case is now in not so good shape. They put two stickers on the back, which took far too much to get off. I dinged the case a bit with my key, and then the nail polish remover I used to finally get them off spilled between the outer plastic and onto the paper cover, which will surely dry a bit winrkled. I'm trying to not get upset about this by thinking that symbolically, it's perfect for that film for the outside to be just a bit marred.

I also got The New Bottoming Book and The New Topping Book, the second of which I'm reading now. I'm only in the intro, and this line just...yeah.

[referring to The New Bottoming Book] We expected howls of protest from tops over out insistence that bottoms are powerful, beautiful, and irreplaceable...and we heard back from a whole bunch of tops saying "Well, it's about time"

Just one of the bits that's already hit me. Man. *goes back to book*
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