"Let's put a smile on that face."

  • Jul. 18th, 2008 at 10:13 AM
lu: (Why so serious?)
The Dark Knight came out today, and I'm really giddy. I've been dying to see this movie ever since I saw the first teaser, and I'm pretty sure it'll be awesome.

It's funny to think that practically no one will be rooting for Batman, though. I'm usually very much into villains—and Joker was always a favourite—so I guess it'll be weird to be part of the majority that is usually for the Good Guys.

Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.

  • Oct. 16th, 2005 at 11:07 PM
lu: (All work and no play.)

• Project’s second version (18th)
• Chemistry exam (19th)
• Math exam (20th)
• Physics exercises (20th)
• Chemistry report (20th)
• History exam (24th)
Memórias Póstumas de Brás Cubas exam (28th)


O Cortiço exam (7th)
• Radio Novela (9th)
• Monografia (9th)

Like everyone said, Corpse Bride was great. I honestly think I like it better than Nightmare. If you didn't see it yet, please, stop wasting time and go.

*looks up at to-do list* And, frankly, I don't give a damn. Need to see Constant Gardner, therefore will go to the movies tomorrow.
lu: (Most girls just make out)
New keyboard, new life, new school assignments... Yay.

I need to finish a Biology essay, so will just have enough time for a little propaganda:

The Whiskey Bottle Project - absolute nonsense. Read it at your own risk.

[livejournal.com profile] pulp_fiction_ - my new movie reviews community with [livejournal.com profile] christycorr, which means that I won't post critics here anymore. Any time it is updated I'll just post the link here to the respective films. It's still a bit messy, so don't poke around too much.

Pretend to be a teacher today again. Good luck to me. *sighs*


Ignorance is bliss.

  • Aug. 30th, 2005 at 5:37 PM
lu: (Nerd)
Quoting [livejournal.com profile] christycorr, I couldn't agree less. Guess that's why I've been almost killing dedicating myself so much to school lately. I know that grades don't necessarily mean shit and that you don't prove anything to anyone by getting a ten. It's easy to know things by heart. Now, to actually learn them... is a whole other level.

I think I can securely say, now that the second trimester is over, that I have learned much. A lot of useless things, yes. But a lot of absolutely astonishing things as well. I still can't wait to go to college, but I'm trying to do my best in high school anyway. After all, that's what being a geek is all about, eh?

Best thing of the term was definitely the classes I've lectured today to the first year's on Roman Economy. It made me proud think that, in the end, all was worth it.

In general, the term could've been better, much better. But, for now, I am pleased with most of my results, which lifts a heavy weight off my back.

Swordfish )

Need a film OD urgently. *sighs* This weekend will be promising.

You never used to say the word "fucking."

  • Aug. 29th, 2005 at 5:43 AM
lu: (Flatmates)
Finally some rest. True, pure, raw, cold and distant rest. I know I should've worked, I know I will end up killing myself today to prepare the classes for tomorrow; I know that I will think I have failed both the exams I have today for lack of study... But, just for this tiny little moment, I know I deserved to have spent the last three days in an almost vegetative state; completely out of my usual routine, especially when it comes to food, beverage and sleep. Ok, perhaps not that much sleep.

Read more... )

Sex, Lies and Videotape )

"How does that work? You go to bed one night, wake up the next morning, and poof - you're dating?" - Almost quote by Carrie, in Sex and the City.


lu: (Just like in the movies)
It's been a while. Well, more than a week, really.

I would just like to say that, yes, I am alive. Almost.

Though not as pleased as I wished with my grades. Hope I can get better. --'

Only two more essays to finish and one exam to take. *breathes* Finally. I seriously don't want to think about how I will behave on my Senior year.

Bin-jip )

There were two other films. I don't know the name of the second one in English or even the original title, which is Swedish, if I'm not mistaken. Liked it very much, but unfortunately slept a bit through it, for was immensely tired. The third film was so weird and crazy (Harry, un ami qui vous veut du bien) that I'm not even sure if it's worth an LJ-cut. Plus, like I said, I'm lazy today. *grins*

Head in the Clouds )

Hotel Rwanda )

Alila )

bold everything that applies )

"Isn't it funny? The truth just sounds different." - Penny lane, Almost Famous.

*coughs* Am sick. Lovely.
lu: (Homework)
And this morning I've had, yet again, another school crisis:

-> Finish reading Dom Casmurro - ASAP.
-> History of Art essay - 11/08.
-> Physics questions - 11/08.
-> French homework - 11/08.

-> Physics exam - 12/08.
-> History essay on Christianity (that will be equivalent to the full grade of the trimester) - 18/08.
-> English presentation on SDT - 22/08.

-> Geography essay on neo-liberalism - 22/08.
-> Finish Roman Economy theses - 23/08.
-> Prepare self for Capitu's trial (yep, I'm her defence attorney) - 24/08.
-> Literature test - 29/08.
-> Chemistry exam - no idea.
-> Biology exam - no idea.
-> Math exam - 19/08.


I knew I was going to regret not working during vacations (though, even now, I'm still not sure if I do).

I'll be happy if I survive at all (a.k.a. get something better than an eight on everything).

May not be around much.

The Door in the Floor )

"I've just decided to switch our Friday schedule to Monday, which means that the test we take each Friday on what we learned during the week will now take place on Monday before we've learned it. But since today is Tuesday, it doesn't matter in the slightest." - Mr. Turkentine, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

Never underestimate the power of denial.

  • Aug. 8th, 2005 at 7:26 PM
lu: (*pokes*)
When I was on the plane back home, I started wondering if it was worth it. After all, I was supposed to have worked this weekend. That's when I figured out that it may be exhausting and always a big hurry, but a trip to Rio is always worth it.

American Beauty )

Movies with Folie, Manu, [livejournal.com profile] _annabel_lee and [livejournal.com profile] christycorr.

The Island )

If You Ruled the World: by oomarilynmonroe
national religion
Type of Government
How you take over
You would name it
You would overthrowxxxemo_girlxxx
Your second in command would beanaborguin
Your sex slave isx_disorder_x
Commander of the military:porn_kid
Put to death for insubordinationhermikiller
Figure head in the puppet governmentelisangelamaria
You are overthrown bychristycorr
Quiz created with MemeGen!

Just to make things clear: Christy, no way you will ever overthrow me. ¬¬


Back to school, to stress, to a lot of essays and to the end of yet another trimester.


You know me, I'm impulsive.

  • Aug. 5th, 2005 at 5:33 AM
lu: (Nerd)
So impulsive that after thinking for hours and changing my mind every five seconds I've decided to simply go to Rio tomorrow.

To those that stay, I'm extremely sorry for not being around. But, I'll be back. And we'll have Noitão next weekend! o/

Qual administrador do fandom você é? )

Qual animeigo você é? )

Millions )

"Borderline Personality Disorder. An instability of self-image, relationships and mood... uncertain about goals, impulsive in activities that are self-damaging, such as casual sex." - Susanna (a.k.a. best Angelina jolie), Girl, Interrupted, reading the pessage from a book.

Wow. I may be crazy. *hides*


lu: (You've gotten fat.)
*points to icon* Exactly the reaction that my fencing coach had when he saw me today.

a bunch of girlie stupid thoughts )

School was much better than I expected. My headmaster said that he'll put me in another class (thank the Lord) and the new Lit teacher was not that bad; actually, I kinda liked her.

The only problem of the day was... "Yeah, like the Romans Emperors, you know? Like Caesar?"

*kills History teacher and then commits suicide*

*growls* *inhale* *exhale*

Before Sunset )

You like bowling, don't you, Montag?

If you don't want a man unhappy politically, don't give him two sides to a question to worry him; give him one. Better yet, give him none. If the government is inefficient, topheavy, and tax-mad, better it be all those than that people worry over it. Peace, Montag. Give the people contests they win by remembering the words to more popular songs or the names of state capitals or how much corn Iowa grew last year. Cram them full of noncombustible data, chock them so damned full of 'facts' they feel stuffed, but absolutely 'brilliant' with information. Then they'll feel like they're thinking, they'll get a sense of motion without moving. And they'll be happy, because facts of that sort don't change. Don't give them any slippery stuff like philosophy or sociology to tie things up with. That way lies melancholy.

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