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For some of you it won't matter. You were born rich and you're going to stay rich.
But here's my advice for the rest of you: Take dead aim at the rich boys. Get them in your crosshairs, and take them down.
Just remember, they can buy anything, but they can't buy backbone. Don't let them forget that.

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Let's make this simple.
• Went to MSU for my undergrad and WSU for my master's
• Soon to be going to medical school
• I like bones and dissecting cadavers
• I'm engaged to the best guy in the world
• Leo
• Cat person (Currently at three - an Abby, a Turkish Angora and a Sphynx!)
• TALL (The word on the street is that I have long legs)
• Bookworm
• Knitter/Crocheter
• Atheist
• Liberal and lovin' it
• Pro-Gay Rights (Let them marry, give them their civil unions, let them do what they fuck they want to do in the privacy of their homes, let them adopt children - give them the rights every other American citizen is entitled to)
• Pro-Choice without apology, and without any "buts" involved.



I don't know what else to say. If you really desperately need to know about me then read my journal.
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Add me if you want. Just don't be an ignorant racist homophobic prick, and we will be okay.

From the "The Bell Jar" by Sylvia Plath:
"I knew I should be grateful to Mrs. Guinea, only I couldn't feel a thing. If Mrs. Guinea had given me a ticket to Europe, or a round-the-world cruise, it wouldn't have made one scrap of a difference to me, because wherever I sat - on the deck of a ship or at a street cafe in Paris or Bangkok - I would be sitting under the same glass bell jar, stewing in my own sour air."

From "Good in Bed" by Jennifer Weiner
I shook my head once, impatiently. "Do you know what love is?"
He considered the question. "I think I heard a song about it once."
"Love," I said, "is the rug they pull out from under you. Love is Lucy always lifting the football at the last second so Charlie Brown falls on his ass. Love is something that every time you believe in it, it goes away. Love is for suckers, and I'm not going to be a sucker ever again."


Atheists Do It Like There Is No God.

How true this is....
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