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Right now I'm listening to Failure and thinking about the genius of their lead singer.

"I've got no Houston to whine down to,
I've got no protocol.
Gravity so far away,
wrapped up in this shakey ball."

I wonder if he was obessed with writing lyrics and music, and if that's where his genius grew from. Or, maybe he was born with it, it's not something that anyone else can grasp. I wonder because if I actually regularly update this blog it will be my sixth diary if you include my one handwritten one. I do an immense amount of writing, mostly because I enjoy it. Sometimes I just hope it's making me better because it's seldom that I have a gauge to really know how I'm doing. I haven't gotten much feedbck on here lately so sometimes I really wonder. I want to be a professional writer so bad, but the roadblocks proliferate...

Now the song has switched to "Big Pimpin'" by Jay-Z and I can't help but think about Zach (ex-boyfriend) and the fact that he's finally gone. Off in the Marines, probably shaved and doing push-ups by now. Seems like such a waste, though I know he'd kill me for saying it. I'm gonna miss that jerk.

On that note, I believe it's time for bed. Hopefully, this works correctly. =D

"God grant me distraction."

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