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Tuesday, January 4th, 2005
3:35 pm
Friday, November 21st, 2003
11:46 am
A computer and 3 cars for sale
Hey guys... I thought we're all students looking for deals, so maybe these might catch your eye:

A computer and 3 cars for sale...Collapse )
Thursday, August 14th, 2003
1:21 pm
Sheridan Business Texts for sale
Hey, I've got some business texts for sale. If you want them, or know anyone that does, get them to email me eva@intrinziq.org

Sheridan Business Books

Business Communication - Process and Product
by Mary Ellen, published by Nelson Thomson Learning
ISBN: 0176154302
$40 + shipping, or I'll meet up with you at Sheridan. (At Chapters, it's $65.)

This book is in fairly good condition. It's a little bit beat up from regular shool use for 1 year, but there are no rips, tears, highlighting or notes anywhere on or in it. The disks are still with it, unsealed.

Moral Philosophy for Modern Life
by Anthony Falikowsky, published by Prentice Hall
ISBN: 0135980461
$50 + shipping, or I'll meet up with you at Sheridan. (At Amazon.ca, it's $60)

The book is in great condition. There are no rips, tears, highlighting or notes inside, and the cover is very slightly beat up from 1 year of use (no scratches or major scuffs/bends).

Canadian Human Resource Management, 5th Ed.
by Hermann Schwind, published by McGraw Hill Ryerson
ISBN: 007560454x
$45 + shipping, or I'll meet up with you at Sheridan. (At Indigo.ca, it's $61.95)

It was bought used, but it's in decent condition with no rips, tears, highlighting or notes. The cover is in good condition, still sturdy and in one piece.

Selling Building Partnerships, 4th Ed.
by Barton A. Weitz, published by McGraw Hill Ryerson
ISBN: 0072315504
$95 + shipping, or I'll meet up with you at Sheridan. (At Indigo.ca, it's $127)

Great condition, no rips, tears, highlighting or notes. The cover is only scuffed from 1 year of use.

Marketing on the Web, 1st Ed.
by David Nowell, published by McGraw Hill Ryerson
ISBN: 0070890382
45 + shipping, or I'll meet up with you at Sheridan. (At Powells.com, it's $57 US)

Good condition, no rips, tears, highlighting or notes. The cover is only scuffed from 1 year of use.
Thursday, May 22nd, 2003
8:53 pm
So are any of you going to that graduation thing in June? Our day is June 10th....I still don't know if I'm going cause I don't know if I have the day off work yet...stupid Norm taking forever to make the stupid scheduals...oh well. Let me know guys.

Current Mood: nostalgic
Monday, May 5th, 2003
9:21 pm
Well my parents and I had a 'talk' today and we decided that I can go to the Max the Mutt school. Only thing is we only have enough money to definitly pay for the first year, so I'm going to have to work my ass off after that. Hopefully I can get a job at the casino this summer; the lowest starting pay there is like $10 an hour, but most jobs start at $13. If they're paying me that much then I don't need a life.
I can't believe it's May already. Holy crap.
I went to see X-2 on Sunday night and oh my god it is sooooo much better than the first one!!!! I still had a few complaints but overall it was such a huge improvement. And if you liked the first one anyway, then this will blow your mind. And when I went to see it there was a huge preview for the Matrix. I CAN'T WAIT TWO WEEKS FOR THIS MOVIE TO COME OUT!!!!! I'm going to go insane. It looks indescibingly good.
And one last thing to rant about...has anyone else noticed they don't know what to do with their spare time? Cause I seem to have a surprisingly great deal of it for some reason, and I usually just end up being bored. Especially since I don't have my entertainment system set up (ie no PS2 or DVD'S). Which also sucks cause I just got FFOrigins in the mail and I can't play it. And to top it all off, since I have to share a room with my sister, I have NO room of my own. I can't even fit a dresser in there. I'm living out of a laundry basket and I have about 20 boxes to unpack BUT NOWHERE TO UNPACK THEM! GRRRRRRRR.........
Four months 'till I'm living on my own again.....

Current Mood: irritated
Thursday, May 1st, 2003
11:00 am
Yesterday I went to Toronto for my interview with the "Max the Mutt" people. The person in charge of the school, Maxine (she's the one Brenda knows) interviewed me and holy crap that women can talk forever. But anyway she said that she can't think of any reason I wouldn't be accepted; they just need to call my reference and such. The only thing that sucks is that they won't offer OSAP until next year, and not full OSAP until the year after. Which means I have to pay the entire full first year on my own. And I don't think that my parents want me living in Toronto; every time I bring it up they get all pissy and argumentative. It's very frustrating.
Yay the Matrix comes out soon!!
Tuesday, April 29th, 2003
12:18 am
Wheee I got it on sunday... it hurt a lot less than the last one

It's on the back of my right shoulder :)

Current Mood: nerdy
Thursday, April 24th, 2003
10:41 pm
Well this would be my first time posting on livejournal.com, and its also the end of the year for art fundamentals:(. This year was really great! It was such an amazing experience taking fundies. One of the things that made it so great was the people. Never before have I met such nice, dedicated, talented people. At the beginning of the year I was really nervous too, so having met everybody that I did this year really helped out. I would definitely have to say that this was one of the best, and most unforgettable years of my life. However... it's all over now... and everybody has gone their seperate ways.... though, I don't believe that this will mean goodbye all together... it wouldn't take much for us to all keep in contact. It would be really great if we all could keep in touch. I would love to hear how everybody is doing now and in the future. I really think that everybody is going to get where they want to go. You guys are all very prodigious artists who have great potential. So, in closing, keep in touch guys!

Current Mood: geeky
Thursday, April 17th, 2003
9:04 pm
Hope everyone figures this out
Hey guys! I was thinking of a good way we'd all be able to keep in touch and my friend showed me how to make one of these communities so I thought I should put that information to good use and start one for all of us.

I was wondering about the Waterloo animation thing. I have a friend here from the 24-29th. So I might be able to get to one of the showings! Is there a website or something?

Current Mood: cheerful
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