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The Lasagna Burglar

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I failed to mention the break-in of my apartment a week or so ago. It was probably the oddest crime I’ve seen before, as the only things taken were boxed, frozen lasagnas and pizzas in my freezer. While taking nearly $80 worth of food, The Lasagna Burglar completely overlooked the stereo on the floor, and also decided to leave behind my frozen salmon and Reese’s ice cream. So if anyone spots a starving Italian who abhors music and hangs around college campuses, please let me…

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10 Things I Learned At Home

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If you get a tattoo in college, you’re out of the inheritance. A five year old can make a song out of anything (aka: beans and stinky rice! beans and spice! stinky kinky winky dinky you’re weird stinky! ) Don’t take too much colloidal silver. Good pencils are hard to find. Dad can’t give permission for food or computer time. The piano is an instrument of angels and an instrument of torture simultaneously. Same goes for the violin. Winter gardens don’t work. If you want…

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First Post of 2008

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And thus they drive away and usher in my new life. It all feels quite strange, though the strangest feeling of all is one I did not expect. My mind, for some reason, still thinks that a week from now, they will be coming back to pick me up: but in reality, I could be spending the next few years of my life here. It makes it hard to unpack when your mind tells you it’s a waste of time because you’ll just have to…

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End of the Year 2007

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Tis the end of 2007, a time which brings about so many new things and ends so many old ones. It is the last week of the year, and also my last week of living at home. Friday is move-in date at the new apartment, so everything is to be packed and in the truck Thursday evening. We shall drive for five hours to the destination, unload and look around a bit: and then my family will climb back into the trusty white Suburban and…

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