Nate Bunnyfield (natebunnyfield) wrote,
Nate Bunnyfield

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I do that a hell of a lot.

These UCSC kids are done with their quarter.

I still have a ways to go, but I can at least I know what I got left.

Incas were cool.

I think the runners would chew cocoa leaves to run those crazy long distances, but I could be thinking of something else.

I wanna play slide guitar again. Mmm... flavored carpet.

Nothing ain't fun to me, the shakes are too much.

Please leave me alone tonight.

Speaking of crazy, I've been practicing Egon Schiele sketches and watercolor. Finals can be so much fun.

And I registered for a lot of classes:

Beginning Photography (Ha ha!)
Graphic Design (YES!)
Typography (Could not be more psyched about this!)
Printmaking (Should be really great.)
Art of China, Korea and Japan (Yet another study in Sino culture.)

So in January, I'm gonna be in this pretenious, but intensive collage course. I'm just presuming it'll bad because the instructor comes off as really pretenious and dumb. If you don't know my extreme hatred of pretension, you really don't know me.

And knock out my first album, which is looking more suckcore than anything.

Funny things happen here with Santa Cruz folks. I wish I had a DV camcorder. And I really want to give CG films a try cause obviously I've been sleeping too much. hehe

Awesome, Marc Maron then Family Ties... but Northern Exposure is so phenomally well written and smartly and funny and well acted, it's pretty sad when Paul Provenza comes on.

Oh my god, it's Skippy.

Courtney Cox is leading the family through these cheesy flashback show.

And Disney's doing one of my favorite things ever.. Behind the Scenes.

Love it.

I still haven't read my friends page, it's got to be over 700 by now.

Let me know if anyone's gotten cancer, mumps, etc.
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