November 30, 2002

Just for the heck of it, the Random Advertising Slogan Generator, Fuji-style!

The Incredible, Edible Fuji. - Wrong. So wrong *licks lips*

Why Can't Everything Orange Be Fuji? - ...Orange? Fuji?

What Would You Do For A Fuji? - *snickers* A lot.

You've Got Questions. We've Got Fuji. - Give him to me. Now!

Have You Forgotten How Good Fuji Tastes? - I'm not sure *snerks*

Fall Into The Fuji. - *falls into Fuji* Mmmm...soft and fluffy ^^

Have You Had Your Fuji Today? - No, not yet *grabs at Fuji*

Got Fuji? - *glomps Fuji* Yes!

Kids Will Do Anything For Fuji. - Yes, for he is a commanding seme ^^

Would You Give Someone Your Last Fuji? - No, I would not.

In other Fuji-related news, Anthony and I are going to make a Fuji site called...well, we actually haven't thought of a name yet. Feel free to suggest something if you'd like. Also, my cactus has demanded to be named Chibi-chan. I give in under its might. Sorry, hermana...I'll give my next plant a Spanish name. Or maybe my new CPU when it arrives in two weeks *does happy new CPU dance* Finally, I'll have a computer that works.

Anyway. I somehow managed to survive yesterday with the demon-children only wrecking my brother's stuff. All of my prized possessions were nice and safe up in my room. The food was good, and it was nice seeing my grandparents again. Plus there's plenty of leftover pie for me to snack on! I <3 Pie ^^ Also, joined Kurisimasu - The Internet Secret Santa Project. Should give me something to occupy me between now and Christmas.

I've also noticed that I've been being very reclusive as of late. I should attempt to remedy this. Note the 'attempt' there. Ah well. Such is life.

November 28, 2002
*stares*....Tokyopop, I love you. More

*stares*....Tokyopop, I love you. More CLAMP manga! *does happy dance* And Tokyopop has been doing a really nice job with their recent releases...heck, they even put in the bookmarks in CCS *huggles her Yuki bookmark* And I have more Prince of Tennis to turn over to the Pope, and he shall give me the episodes in a format my computer can handle. Which means more Fuji! And my mom is bringing me home one of her mini-cacti from work today...Murasaki, you're an inspiration to all of us Fuji fangirls ^^ Expect a PoT/Fuji layout here sometime, if I find images that aren't crap in quality. I really have fallen for PoT. Have a bizzare urge to go play tennis, even though we have no rackets and there's six inches of snow outside. Still, I will prevail! ..Somehow. Anyway, on to life. I slept over my church Saturday night with the rest of my youth group. Sarah and I made art out of butter during dinner, discussed plans for an Arthurian sword fighting class, and generally were hyper. And she told me I looked evil stalking around in my Sei coat ^^ We also all went bowling until midnight. There were black lights and lots of music, most of which were about sex in some way (They also played the I'm Too Sexy song! *grins*). They played Lady Marmalade, from Moulin Rouge, and Mary and Kirsten were pretending to whore-dance. It was quite amusing. Sarah and I also won free games because we beat the DJ, and we were jumping up and down and dancing and screaming ^^ Yes, I think we had too much soda that day. Sunday was boring because nobody got enough sleep and I had to sit through two churches services. Monday and Tuesday where 'My God, I so don't want to be here right now' days. We had three tests yesterday, which was no fun. But now it's Wednesday, which means no school for five days, so I'm happy again. Anyway, off to find Prince of Tennis!


Happy Turkey Day, everyone! Decided to do this now, as the demon-children will be here later today. What am I thankful for this year? My friends, my family, my quasi-psuedo girlfriend (I wish ^^), my life in general, my anime/manga obsessions, good good times brought to you by sugar, to quote some of my friends, my mini-cactus which needs a name (suggestions, anyone?)...the list goes on and on. One must always remember what they already have when they think about all the things they want. With that thought, I leave you, as I have to cook and eat and watch demons later today.

November 22, 2002
Happy Birthday, Seishirou-san!

New layout! I wasn't originally going to use this one, but I got bored and started fooling around with it, and, well, I decided to use it. And I'll admit that the design is partly inspired by this beautiful layout, although I tried to make it as unique as I could. Anyway, I'm happy how this turned out. Much better than the last monochrome layout I made for a site, anyway...

Oh, for anyone wondering exactly what an afterimage is, it's "The impression of a vivid sensation retained by the retina of the eye after the cause has been removed; also extended to impressions left of tones, smells, etc." Rather fitting for Seishirou, post-Rainbow Bridge and all.

Prince of Tennis notes

...but first, a song! *sings* Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday dear Seishirou, happy birthday to you! *stops singing* Sorry, that had to be done ^^. Now, on to PoT! I've now seen through episode 20, I thought I'd put down my opinions on the charecters and such for future reference and amusement.

Over all, I think I'm liking this series. The animation is nice for a shounen series, and seeing guys who aren't pencil-thin it kind of refreshing. It's also pretty light-hearted, which comes a a pleasent change after too my X ^^; As for the charecters....

Nanjirou is a crazy, leacherous old man. But he is rather amusing. Ryoma was really getting on my nervous at first, but I've started to warm up to him. Momoshirou is definately one of my favorites...anyone who tells a bunch of freshman to call him Momo-chan, and practically rips of his shirt in front of Nanjirou wins my respect. Eiji and Oishi are pretty much big question marks in my book, although I definately see hinds of something between them, and I find it cute how Eiji refers to Ryoma as the team's chibi-chan, if I caught that right. Tezuka reminds me of Tatsumi, with out the whole evil grin thing. I think I like him. Inui, on the other hand, does do Tatsumi's evil grin. That guy is crazy, but in an endearing way...always going on about his data ^^ Taka is amusing in his sort of quasi-split personality. Sans racket, he's kind of quiet and sheepish. Give him a racket however, and he becomes vicious. And calls Fuji 'Fujiko-chan', which I find incrediably adorable. Now Fuji, he's probably my favorite. When his eyes are closed he's all cheerful and cute, but when he opens his eyes, he means bussiness. And he's pretty ^^

Anyway, off to hunt down PoT sites and more episodes. And before I go...another SPANISH!!! *begins singing again* Cumpleaños feliz, desayamos a ti...*fade out*

November 21, 2002
Random Survey-thingie

Because I'm bored and hyper. Taken from Katt. No, you don't have to read all of it if you don't want to.

1.Do you like having your picture taken? - Yep, although I always look bad.

2.Have you ever done a photo shoot, professional or non? - Well, there was that time my grandparents got a photographer to take pictures of all of my dad's side of the family...

3.If you could go anywhere in the world where would you go and why? - Japan! Lots of places in Europe, lots of places in Asia, maybe some of Africa and South America...I like to travel

4.Who would you take with you on this little adventure? My dad, maybe some of my friends.

5.What would you say is the most daring thing to do in a lifetime? - Hmmm...the only thing I can think of is Scully's life goal - to jump of a multi-story building into a pool of water with fireworks attached and lit on your chest.

6.Would you ever do that? - No.

7.Have you ever done crossword puzzles? - Not really, that's my dad's thing.

8.Ever actually completed one? - Do Spanish worksheets count?

9.Pick up the closest book and write a sentence at random from it. - "Jupiter displayed the blue bandana."

10.Do the same with a lyric from either a cd or the radio.- Not currently listening to music, but from the nearest CD case.."Pretty little girl, her eyes so blue "

11.Have you ever tried to analyze your own dreams? - Occasionally.

12.Would you put up posters in your room? - Would, and have.

13.Can you sing? - Only to hymns, Sinatra, U2, and Red Hot Chile Peppers

14.Do you ever sing to yourself while doing everyday tasks? - If there's music on, yes, if not, I hum.

15.What's your favorite color of post-it note? - Don't use post-it notes. But purple ^^

16.How many cassette tapes do you own? - Me, myself? One, I think.

17.How many CD's do you own? - A couple. Then we have my dad's collection.

18.Ever bought a cd for just one song? - Nope.

19.What would your perfect day consist of? - Waking up late, relaxing on a nice spring day, having no cares, maybe making a dessert, then staying up all night. I think.

20.Have you ever lied to get off the phone or out of talking to someone on line? - Yes, mostly to people I don't really like.

21.Have you ever written a survey? - No.

22.How about a song? If so share it. - Once or twice. But I don't feel like sharing.

23.Or maybe a poem? If so share it or one of them. - Plenty. Again, don't feel like sharing (But I wrote a nice S/S one for English the other day ^^)

24.Is your vcr flashing 12:00 all the time? - *shrugs* Dunno. Don't think so.

25.Do you read your horoscope? - I used to, when we got a newspaper that had them. They were right under the comics, so...

26.If so, do you base your day on it? - No, although Tama got one that said she will go to great lengths to earn extra money...combine that with the whore joke and...*grin*

27.Would you rather chew gum or use mouthwash and why? - Gum. It's more fun.

28.Do you floss? - We don't have floss, so no.

29.Are you addicted to napster like me? - Never used it.

30.How many times a year about are you sick? - One. I get a cold every winter.

31.Ever been in an airplane? - Lots of family travels.

32.If so where were you flying to? - Which time? The last one was probably coming home from California.

33.What radio station to you listen to most? - Classical Station, but I don't listen to the radio

34.What color are your shoes? - Black dress shoes, brown boots, and silver, white and blue sneakers.

35.Was fuzzy wuzzy a bear? - Yes! *snuggles fuzzy wuzzy*

36.Do you know how to play dominos?- Yes. And backgammon too.

37.Or do you think I just mean pizza by that? - No.

38.Speaking of pizza, what's your favorite kind? (toppings and/or place to get it from) - Pepperoni, or plain cheese.

39.What color are your eyes? Currently? - Light brown. Think Sei-chan-ish

40.How many surveys have you filled out this lifetime? - I think this might be the first one.

41.Describe your bedroom, include all details. - Twin bed of dark wood in a corner with many blankets, little table with clock, laptop, books, papers, floppy disk and other junk on it in a corner, beat-up desk with manga, jewelry, more book and papers by a wall, posters all over, glow-in-the dark stars on the ceiling, clothes everywhere.

42.Name one person your life is made better by. - My dad, as he obliges me by doing fake English accents at 7 AM. Close second is my mom.

43.Would you or have you ever shaven your head? - No, and no, but I do know people who have.

44.How about someone else's? - If they asked nicely, maybe.

45.Can you do math with ease? - Yes.

46.What size is your computer screen? - 800x600

47.If you could only talk to one person online who would that be? - Couldn't pick.

48.Name your favorite type of music and why. - Uhhhh...classical probably, as I never get tired of it.

49.Are you a vegetarian? - No, but Tama is and she rants at me at lunch for eating meat.

50.How about an aspiring actor/actress? - Hell no.

51.What famous person dead or alive would you interview if you had the chance? - I can think of too many people...Ancient dead, Queen Hatshepsut (She's one of my favorite historical women), recent dead, Tolkien, alive now, CLAMP.

52.Which movie can you watch and say the lines along with the actors? - The Princess Bride ("Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die!"), and Monty Python and the Quest for the Holy Grail ("Help! Help! I'm being repressed")

53.Name one y of your passions in life. - Books

54.What's your least favorite time of day? - between four AM and ten AM

55.Who's your favorite member in a band, singer, guiter, bass, drummer, and why? - Don't have one.

56.Do you use hairspray or gel? - Hairspray if I don't want my hair getting all whispy. But usually neither.

57.Describe your favorite meal. - Desserts!

58.What color is the inside of your head when you close your eyes? - Black, with fading splotches of color.

59.Ever listen to classical music? - *looks at Copland and Vivaldi CDs next to her* Yes.

60.Have you ever said lol in real life without thinking about it? - No, although I almost have.

61.Do you find you use internet language when writing notes irl? - Yes, when I write notes. Which isn't often

62.What songs would be on your ideal cd? (unlimited) - So many different things, I couldn't list them all.

63.Say one thing you've learned today. - In fencing, everything is allowed unless it is forbidden.

64.What is the best present you've ever given someone else? - Absolutely no clue.

65.What is the best present someone else has ever given to you? - I like most of my presents. So I don't know.

66.So hey, what's your full name? - Ruth Sherrard Hatch. And I don't fear stalkers because I have an unlisted phone number ^^

67.Describe yourself while drunk. - Never been drunk, so I don't know.

68.How big are the windows in your house? - Range from small casement windows in the basement to the bay windows in our living room. Most are inbetween though.

69.Do you wear a watch? - Yes, when I think to put it on. Which isn't often.

70.What's the kinkiest thing you've ever done with someone else? - Being accidently kissed on the ear. Whoo, look how exciting my life is ^^

71.What's the largest age difference between you and someone you've dated? - Two months, if that counted as dating.

72.How many mirrors do you have? - Personally, two.

73.Write one sentence stating what you want people to say about you after you've passed on. - That I was a great person, but a little off my rocker. In a good way.

74.Have you ever sailed? - Yes, and I love it.

75.How fast can you run? - I can run ten minute miles for three miles. Short distances, usually around ten seconds for fifty years.

76.What do you believe in? - God, the general idiocy of mankind.

77.How long does it take you to get ready to go out? - Generally, ten minute to get dressed an all.

78.Do you shower daily? If not how often? - Daily.

79.What one thing would you change in your life if you had the power to do so? - That I didn't have to deal with people I didn't like.

80.Describe the ideal superpower and what you would do if you had it. - Flying. And I would fly.

81.Are candles romantic or a fire hazard? - Both ^^

82.Name something you've done in the last 24hrs no matter how big or small. - Fenced.

83.Do you wear necklaces, bracelets, anklets, earrings. rings? - I wear earring almost all the time. Used to wear a ring, but then it broke. Occasionally necklaces.

84.What colors are you wearing right now? - Red, purple, and tan, mostly.

85.How often do you change the sheets on your bed? - Not often.

86.Have you ever gotten lost? If so explain. - Plenty of times. I'm generally lost.

87.What's on your computer desk? - Computer, pens, CDs, CD-ROMs, blank CDs, random papers, phone, floppy disk, empty soda can, and a bizzare clay cat Hikaru gave me.

88.How many folders are on your desktop at the present moment? - Six.

89.When your talking do you ever use your hands to do quotation marks in the air when saying certain words? - Yes. It amuses me to do so.

90.Which landmark would you climb if you could? - Tokyo Tower! ^^

91.Do you own or have you read, or thought of reading any self-help books? - *thinks* Don't think so.

92.Ever seriously questioned your sanity? - Many a time.

93.Can you breakdance? - No.

94.What's in your fridge right now? - Milk, orange juice, cream cheese, bagels, various fruits and vegtables, and unknown things in a jars.

95.How many people do you live with? - Three, four if you count our cat.

96.Have you or would you ever do anything more than kiss in a public area? - No, and maybe. Depends on circumstances.

97.What is the strangest thing you've ever done? - I do a lot of strange things. Maybe the time Hikaru and I ran around my house with blanket-capes screaming "I'm the Fruity Lady!"...yeah, we had a lot of sugar that day.

98.Name an instrument you've never played but would like to. - Oooooh, don't know. Maybe violin, or the harp. Or the bagpipes...that could be fun ^^

99.Have you ever been on tv or the radio? - Yes! But not a station anyone watches.

100.What is the worst thing anyone could ever do to you? - In purely hypothetical terms, suck out all of my happy emotions like the dementors in HP do. In realistic terms, kill everyone I love.

101.Are you a fast typer? - Yes, yes I am.

102.How high have you counted before getting bored? - Well, I've sung '99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall' all the way through.

103.Describe how you sleep. (ie. your position and/or how you fall asleep) - Fall asleep on my side, roll around at night.

104.Are you straight, bi, gay? - I am independent, which won't make sense to people who don't know election terminology. Closest to bi.

105.Do you ever do something else while on the computer? If so what? - Lots of times. Eat, talk on the phone, yell at my brother, dance, read...

106.What is the most expensive item you own? - Probably my laptop.

107.How about the least expensive? - *holds up speck of dust* This.

108.What's your favorite card game to play? - Strees.

109.What do you do online? - Talk to people, read fanfiction.

110.Name some stores you've bought clothes in before. - Burdines, Gap, Marshalls, Wal-Mart...I really don't care.

111.Have you ever read a book and not understood it? If so which one? - Yes. I read Wise Blood and said "What just happened there?" when I finished it.

112.Have you ever watched a movie and not understood it? If so which one? - I generally don't see movies I don't think I'll understand...Ghost World, maybe.

113.Do people pick up your slang language more than you pick up theres? - I don't know...

114.Are you easily influenced by other people, or currant trends? - If those people are my friends, yes. Other than that, no.

115.What makes you unique in your own opinion? - I'm an original ^^

116.Name your worst quality. - I'm oversensitive.

117.Name your best. - Compassionate (Hey, that's what my name means in Hebrew..)

118.What would you like to do with your life?- Be happy.

119.Do you blowdry your hair? - No, although It could use it.

120.How many clocks are in your house? - Seven, not counting watches, I think.

121.Are they all set on the same time? - Not really.

122.Have you ever intentionally set a clock ahead or behind the actual time? - Yes.

123.What do you think about when you first wake up in the morning? - On a weekday, " >.<"...non-weekdays, "...Mmmmmm..."

124.Which browser do you use? - Internet Explorer, and Netscape for mail.

125.Do you bite your nails? - I used to, but I stopped in second grade.

126.Would you ever leave little notes to your gf/bf? - Yeah, sure. Do I do it know? ...Does blog stalking my crush count?

127.Ever been to a farm? - Yep...RABBITS! *hugs rabbits*

128.Tell me about your dream last night. - It was wierd, and I think it had something to do with Fuuma.

129.Ever seen a shooting star? - No.

130.Say one thing about yourself you've never told anyone. - No.

131.Do your days fly by or seem to last forever? - Depends. Usually fly by.

132.Have you ever stayed in a fancy high class rich hotel? - Once, a long long time ago in D. C.

133.Have you ever stayed in a rent-by-the-hour motel? - No.

134.What in your opinion is the best advertising slogan out there? - The McDonalds one...'Put a smile on.'

135.When they start sending rockets to the moon for us civilians, will you be on the list to go? - *shrugs* Dunno.

136.How are you feeling right now? Cold. Oh so cold.

137.Have you ever written anything on your skin? - Yep.

138.If so what? - Random doodles, the Triforce, notes for tests, things I need to remember.

139.Which website do you frequent most often? - Eheheh...Probably Katt's LJ *sweatdrop*

140.What color is most of your clothes? - Purple or white.

141.Do you own any plants? - I lay claim to two trees in our yard, one of which was actually given to me in a bucket when we moved here when I was four. And a half dead lavander plant.

142.Are things as bad as they seem? - Not always.

143.Descibe the nicest thing anyone has ever done for you. - People do nice things for me all the time. I couldn't pick.

144.Ever looked directly at the sun? - Probably.

145.Have you ever made a pin hole camera to watch the eclipse? - I think I might have in first grade...

146.What's your favorite cereal? - Corn Chex.

147.Who do you miss? - No one, really.

148.Name something you just can't forget no matter how hard you try. - *thinks really hard* ....That I keep forgetting important things?

149.Describe the worst fight you've ever been in whether physical or verbal. - When Hikaru and I didn't speak to each other for a whole month in fifth grade.

150.Say something else about yourself you've never told anyone before. - Again, no.

Okay...calm to do other, slightly more importatn things ^^

November 18, 2002
Life is good.

Today was a good day, and yesterday was a good night. While sitting under a table in a dark room talking to some one during youth group, the person I was talking to and I decided on what I'm going to do when I'm old. I'm going to be a guru, and have a hut on a mountain, and tell wise but obvious things to the people who come to me for advice. And they shall revere me anyway, because I am the guru ^^ And yes, I know I'm crazy.

Today was a day of many amusing things happening. The first of these amusing things occurred during History. Mr. Hamel was making some point about all wars being fought on the lands of the weaker side, and we were listing off different wars as examples. Then Tsu has one of his crazy moments, and says "World War 7." Mr. Hamel plays along, and says "Yes, World War 7 was fought on the Moon." Tsu, however, raises his hand, and says "World War 7 was fought on the Sun." Mr. Hamel gives Tsu one of those 'you're crazy' looks and asks "The Sun? Did you have something special for breakfast this morning?". So Anthony and Pope and I were making cracks about Tsu's 'special cereal' all morning. Then in Biology, we were reading over some examples of essay answers, and Pope complains about it being cold. So Mrs. Zendzian asks "Do you want a blanket?", sounding like she's joking, and Pope nods yes. She then proceeds to dig out a blanket from somewhere, and wrap it around his shoulders. Everyone, including her, were laughing. The only other truly amusing incident happened during lunch, and I think its best not mentioned because it's rather perverted. Let me just say that me and my friends are horrible, horrible people.

I also came to the conclusion on the bus ride home that I don't deal well with high matienence people. They get on my nerves very, very quickly. I can handle about up to the level of the Pope, and he mostly needs people to tell him he doesn't suck, and maybe try to get him to eat more often than every three days. Dunno why...guess that's just the way I am.

Anyway, so now I'm home, and I'm in a good mood. As such, I think I'm going to go make layouts and read and do homework and such things ^^

November 17, 2002
Screwed, so screwed >.<

Currently working on the first essay in my English class that counts as more than a homework mark. And I have no clue what I'm doing. Argh. I just hope the rest of my grades can make up for the C I'm going to get on this. On to happier things, however. As far as I can remember, absolutely nothing of any importance happened Thursday or Friday, except me getting kind of depressed, and starting yet another new blog layout. Oh, I did much better than I thought on that Biology test...93, which is one of the highest grades in my class. So I'm happy about that. Yesterday, I mostly just lazed about until last night, when I some how managed to talk my mom into taking me to see the second Harry Potter movie. We got there early, so we'd actually get seats. Halfway through the pre-movie ads, the fire alarm goes off. So everybody, including me, goes out the emergancy exit, and then right back in the front door to find out what happened. Turns out one of the popcorn machines burnt some popcorn ^^; We somehow managed to snag the seats we had before, which were nice and near the front, and waited for the movie to begin. Overall, I think it was pretty well done. I've seen better adaptations of books *coughlotrcough*, but I've seen much, much worse. Hmm...random thoughts on the movie...Lucius Malfoy looked like one of the Lothlorien elves in LotR, only all in black. I think I kept staring at him everytime he came on screen. He was delightfully evil. Snape too. I hate admitting it, but I'm a bit of a Snape fangirl at heart. They cut out one of my favorite scenes with him in it though ;_; Ah well. Such are the troubles of making a book into a movie.

...I can't think of anything else, so I'm just going to wander off and try and work on my essay some more...

November 16, 2002

*Points at comment box* Look! I switched to something that works with BLOG better than YACCS ^^

November 12, 2002
Busy, Busy, Busy

Yeah, I kind of fell of the face of the net for a couple days there...had a lot to do. Saturday...what did I do Saturday... Went out and did some shopping with my mother, then we went out to the movies with my brother and his friend. My mom and my brother's friend saw 8 Mile, and my brother and I, being the courageous people we are, went and saw The Ring. And it was scary. I think I spent most of the movie clinging to my brother's arm...the creepy well girl scares me. *shudders* Anyway, not a lot happened Sunday. Got some new books, which are good so far (they came with high recommendations), went to the movies again with my brother and his friend, although this time with my dad instead of my mom, and saw 8 Mile. It was decent...probably would have liked it better if I could stand rap though. Monday was the real fun though...I went into Boston with my dad and brother. I got my hands on yet another YnM volume, which I haven't read yet. We also got candy, and then waited around in the Barnes & Nobles for her to finish classes and meet us. When that finally happened, we all went out to a nice dinner, and she and I went for a walk afterwards. It was nice. I probably blushed like a fool all through dinner, but I don't care. I'm just like that. Today was...okay, I guess. I'm not in the greatest of moods because my cold is bothering me, and most of my teachers were irritating today. Except my history teacher, who I got into a bizarre discussion about religion and philosophy with when I was supposed to be typing something. That's how life goes, I guess ^^; Shall blog more later...or...something.

November 11, 2002
Well, I'm back. My new

Well, I'm back. My new computer arrived on Saturday, and I only got around to setting my blog up on it today. I really, really love my new's all sleek and black. I'm thinking of naming it Satsuki, as kind of a compain to BEAST, especially since BEAST's moniter is part of it, kind of how BEAST is part of Satsuki in X.

Anyway, on to my week. Thursday was unfortunately a bit of a flop. I managed to get in to Boston, and picked up TB 7 and X 13, but she didn't show up until after we left, so I missed passing over PoT and other things. Friday nothing important that I can remember happened, Saturday my computer came, Sunday, I lazed around doing nothing but working on layouts and listening to Gravi music. Monday I went on a little Prince of Tennis spree and watched four episodes in one evening, as I've discovered Winamp3 plays AVIs, and plays them much better than Windows Media Player. There's an incrediably Ryoma/Tezuka slashy scene in 25-26, that runs something like this:

Ryoma:*walks into house* I'm home

Nanjiroh: You're back late, boy. Have a date?

Ryoma: Something like that (He was playing tennis with Tezuka ^^)

Cocoa: *snickers wildly at all the innuendo*

Oh, and the number three reason to love Tezuka is his image song. Unlike Fuji's, it doesn't sound like Jittensha ni Notte on crack. The number one and two reasons to love Tezuka of course are his dashing good looks (so...pretty...*_*) and his tennis talent. Although Fuji will always be my favorite PoT bishie, because he's got good looks, tennis skills, and nice voice (but NOT a nice image song -_-;), and he's got a great personality. See, this is why Anthony and I are making a site to him.

Ehehe...I'm easily distracted, all right. Where was I? Oh, today. Right. Today was kind of meh. Our concert was moved to next Wednesday, which means I most definately can't see LotR opening night ;_; Stupid stupid principal...I don't know a single person who likes that woman. And Dan Rheaume was being extra-stupid to me today, and almost got me in trouble in History. Luckily Mr. Hamel is a nice guy. But I'm still mad at Rheaume *glares*

Now, off to work on sites and layouts and watch more PoT ^^