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Saturday, April 8th, 2006

Time:3:03 am.
Dear Feelings,

Where did you go?


Your biggest fan,

Bitterness
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Saturday, October 8th, 2005

Subject:so good i had to do it thrice
Time:11:45 am.
Mood: fuck you ambivalence.
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Thursday, September 1st, 2005

Subject:I knew I wouldn't be the only one who noticed this..
Time:2:58 am.
Mood: blah.
http://anthony.gnn.tv/blogs/8407/Trina_and_the_Coming_Oil_Storm

did anyone besides me see this docu-drama in June?
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Subject:well well well
Time:12:16 am.
Mood: exhausted.
So yeah, I just picked up another job. All my recommendations went through and I had a "strong application." I am now going to be a tour guide as part of an interactive walking tour to re-enact "Freedom Summer 1964" where one thousand or so college students gathered at Miami University's "Western Campus" (which was just for women, and now it's inter-discplinary studies). These students were going to Mississippi to register black people to vote. Three people were murdered. Anyway, this is SO awesome that I get the opportunity to educate people on this! It's part of the Theatre Department here, and i'm getting paid.

http://w3.iac.net/~mcguffey/OxfordHistory/freedom_summer/

amazing.

p.s. everytime i watch katrina footage on the news i cry a lot.
I just can't even imagine; i mean, i was frustated when it snowed
about two feet here. My windshield wipers broke. That's fucking nothing, nothing at all.
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Thursday, August 25th, 2005

Subject:Jesus Christ.
Time:5:31 am.
Mood: college.
Dear Candle Burning At Both Ends,

Please do not succumb to the sweet sweet temptation of water.

Love,

Sara

Work Schedule:

Ribar
Tues. 11:30am – 3:00pm
Wed. - 7:30am – 10:30am
Thurs. 7:30am – 2:00pm


Wednesdays my day lasts from 7:30 am until 10 pm. :(

French was absolutely terrifying yesterday morning; I couldn't remember a god damn thing. It was like one of those dreams, where you forget everything you know. This time, though, it was not a dream, at all.

I refuse to panic. I will make straight A's this semester.

I just need to relax.

How can I relax when I audition tonight at 8 pm?!?!
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Thursday, August 4th, 2005

Subject:what?
Time:5:35 am.
Mood: crazy.
Cute chicks were giving me smiles and "the eye" tonight at the club, and I just blushed. It was funny. And this girl I made out with a long time ago, kept telling me I was gorgeous.... and I blushed, again. Whew, I need more confidence.
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Tuesday, July 12th, 2005

Subject:oh yes
Time:3:27 pm.
Mood: accomplished.
I got the dispatcher job, dudes.
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Friday, July 8th, 2005

Subject:hey guys
Time:9:02 am.
Mood: anxious.
So, I just finished my interview for the Dispatcher position at the Miami University Police Department. The interview ran a little under twenty minutes and both people seemed to like me a lot. The guy asked me this random question about what word uses the letter "W" as a vowel. I was like what?! Apparently they called up King Library and had someone look it up one time. That's really awesome & geeky of them. The letter is cwn I think. It traps water in a mountain? Needless to say, it was too early for a question like that. lol. They said that there are A LOT of applicants for this job and that discouraged me a little. There's more I wish I had been prepared to say. I bascially told them that I genuninely enjoy helping people and I work very well under stress. They are supposed to get back to me on Tuesday. I just don't feel I am as qualified as the other people who applied (god knows who in this city.) Anyway, confidence issues are grabbing me by the throat right now.
I don't feel like I botched the interview... I just hate that when I leave situations like that I feel there are so many other things that I could have said. I wasn't nervous during the interview. I was very friendly and looked both of them in the eye and smiled a lot. Wish me luck, I have never been so excited/nervous about a job before. Usually I take some shitty bottom feeder job that has no signifigance to the world around me at all (unless taking money from people is significant.) Now I am awake and I have absolutely nothing to do. I was going to take the dogs for a walk but they are in the other bedroom with the boyfriends. haha. I guess i'll just read or something.
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Tuesday, November 9th, 2004

Subject:lol. unbelievable.
Time:3:12 am.
Mood: amused.
look its jeesus: trivia
SmarterChild: Great, let's play trivia.

Here are the trivia rules:

Each correct answer earns you 25 points. Points are not subtracted for incorrect answers.

If you're stumped, type "take two" and I'll remove two incorrect answers. Using "take two" deducts five points from your final score and only earns you 10 points if you get it right.

Ready? Choose a category:

1 Big Mix
2 Sports
3 Movies
4 Music
5 Television
6 History
7 Geography
8 Art & Literature
9 Science
10 Culture

look its jeesus: 6
SmarterChild: Wow. You've played all the questions in the history category.

Type "restart trivia" to pick a new category.
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Sunday, November 7th, 2004

Time:12:52 am.
How to Cope with the Death of Democracy

An open letter

by,

Sara Ribar


To whom it may concern,

November 2nd was a devastating day for true Americans from coast to bloody coast, and a day of victory for Fascists (unaware of being such due to high amounts of propaganda and the lowest levels of competency ) all over the country. For those of us who are aware of what’s going on, or at least those of us who can cringe and whisper about such things as peak oil, an unprecedented war, and even in the back of our heads, somewhat carry the thought that maybe Dick Cheney and the highest levels of our American government had something to do with the attacks on American soil. I am sure your first thoughts after finding out who Mr. President was again, were to flee the country. Now, that democracy has truly died, the actual grieving process can begin. And as we are all aware, there are 5 steps that all people coping must endure (denial, bargaining, anger, despair, acceptance):

1. Denial, as we have seen everywhere, posters, banners, t-shirts, even documentaries, people protesting their feelings throwing out voices screaming in pure agony, “Bush is not MY president!” It’s ok to be in denial, nobody wants to be wrong, and denial is a way to cope through the loss of an electoral process we will no longer hold dear to our hearts. We use magical thinking, hoping ANYTHING will bring that bastard democracy back to life. We’ll soon float off to dream land, enjoying copious amounts of drugs or alcohol, or hell, why not both? We might as well be brain dead since 51% of America obviously already is! Our minds will soon regress to their previous states and we will soon go back to our day to day living, sewing, reading, playing sports, huffing paint, hopefully avoiding the television set or mainstream newspapers for the next four years. And we will continue to reject the fact that there is no such thing as an electoral process anymore, we’ll keep stored in our barrage of thoughts, a glint of hope, that maybe we can resuscitate something my God, anything! Also, those of us who understand the travesty that has just walloped this country, will go into a pattern of wishful thinking, exclaiming, we are not now or ever were a citizen of the United States of America.

2. Bargaining, “Please God, I’d do anything to get Clinton back in office.” Now, I’m sure the lot of us would give up our very own souls just get see some change in the White House, but it looks grim and I don’t think any sort of bargaining will do. Except maybe the bargaining the Bush administration does with Satan-- but that, is an entirely different story all together. We can look up to that big sky of ours and try to cut deal with God all we want, but nothing can be done. I wouldn’t mind bargaining though, relieve my family and I of all debt, and you’ll never have to hear my griping opinion ever again, because I’ll be high tailing it at least three thousand miles away from this desolate waste land of a country. I am sure you’ll look for a cure, an answer, some sort of way out of this mess! Bargaining really gets you nowhere.

3.Anger, well this is an obvious one. “WHY GOD WHY?? You sick son of a bitch!” Of course we are angry that Bush got office, and mad that our votes that were cast, were not votes counted. We will pound our fists and cry for our milk like a bunch of toddlers because that is the intelligence level that our country has been reduced to. A lot of us will take the blame on ourselves, kind of like what the middle class did during the Great Depression of ‘29. This is wrong, please, you know it’s not your fault, I am sure you bastards tried to fight the man as much as you thought you could. But, then we will all begin to point fingers and shout out “It was those rat bastard Republicans, it’s all their fault!“ Now, can we really just shift the blame on them? What about mass media? What about the messy mudslinging from both sides? What about those assholes who sat in front of their television and said “that darn Bush, I sure wish I would have voted!” Then we can shift the blame to the victims of this tragic death, “Well if the Democrats would have made more of an effort to try to get people to vote!” This is also wrong, we are all angry, and we all have ways of dealing. Punching a Republican in the face will not get you anywhere except your local jail. We resent the fact that Bush got elected a second term, and we are going to hate the Republicans even more than we already did, but, we must clench our teeth and try to smile during such tragic times. We cannot let them know they are under our fingernails like dirt carrying pinworms ready to invade our intestines at any moment.

4. Despair. Oh woe is us, we all sing in unison. The world is definitely reaching it’s end, and this is coming from me, not some apocalyptic preacher swinging a bell on 5th avenue in NYC. It is a sad, sad day to see at least a disguised Democracy turn into a militaristic fascist capitalistic breeding arena. We feel like we are swimming against the tide, that everything has become dark and unclear, that we can’t get ourselves out of a muddled situation, there is no bright future anywhere we turn! We believe it is our fault, and beat ourselves up mentally , keep morose ungodly thoughts in our head, put the cold barrel of the gun to our lips. It is factual, it is truly a discouraging time to call ourselves American. We feel sorry for ourselves, we feel sorry for our good friend we called democracy, we are truly disheartened by this loss. For she could have led us to great things, instead we are now led to oil wars, an incompetent leader, and more reverse robin hood -ism. We have lost all faith in America, we have lost faith in ourselves, and mostly we’ve lost all faith in most of humanity. May God have mercy on our poor souls and may we be forgiven someday.

To be honest, I don’t know if I am ready to write about acceptance yet. Because I doubt any of us will ever accept such a tragic turn of events. Maybe we will rise up, and conquer the evil-doers. Or maybe, we’ll relieve ourselves of all debts, and run for our lives out of this mess of a country. That’s all I can say for now. To accept this would be giving in, and we cannot give into the pleas of fascist America, we cannot let this die. Maybe we will forever remain in denial, or maybe, we’ll find our way of the darkness and reassemble what hope has been taken away from America. I hope this has been of help to all of you suffering during these times of dire need.

Sincerely,

Sara Ribar
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Monday, June 14th, 2004

Subject:oh yeah.
Time:3:33 am.
Mood: apathetic.
How to make a disputatious
Ingredients:

5 parts intelligence

1 part brilliance

1 part joy
Method:
Combine in a tall glass half filled with crushed ice. Serve with a slice of fitness and a pinch of salt. Yum!
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Sunday, June 13th, 2004

Time:5:53 am.
I am wasted. I had things to say but not anymore. I hope everyone had a good weekend. And (sans caps lock) I hope everyone a happy holidays.. whatever they may celebrate!!!111


Yeah, I love & stuff,

Sara and friends!
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Friday, March 19th, 2004

Subject:new dawn of the dead
Time:12:14 pm.
Mood: anxious.


Today is the day. That is my fantastic mspaint rendition of a zombie from the original dawn of the dead.(He was one of the main characters)

IT BETTER BE GOOD OR I WILL INVENT REAL ZOMBIES TO REALLY TERRIFY AMERICA.
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Wednesday, March 17th, 2004

Subject:yes, i was bored.
Time:12:00 am.
Mood: bored.
I am making a mix that I am simply naming "the future" because these songs remind me of the future. HAHA.

intro- twilight zone intro
1. the vanishing- assisting suicides
2. xiu xiu- pink city
3. air- universal traveller
4.the rapture- the coming of spring
5.andre 3000- she lives in my lap
6.stereolab- surreal chemist
7.northern state - trinity
8.misfits- teenagers from mars
9 rainer maria- artifical light
10.underworld- 2 months off
11.deltron3030- turbulence (remix)
12.the moldy peaches- d.2 boyfriend
13.saint etinne- heart failed (in the back of the taxi)
14.azure ray- favorite cities
15.atari teenage riot- destroy 2000 years of culture
16.bjork- army of me
17.deltron3030- madness
18. erase errata- high society
outro-twilight zone outro
whew.
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