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An update. [24 Aug 2006|02:16am]

I'm still alive, I just forgot that I had one of these.

My boyfriend and I came to terms with the fact that irreconcilable differences between us would be the demise of our relationship and we ended it. I fell apart; I've located all of my pieces and now I'm almost done putting them back together.

This is my last week at Odin, which is sad. I love the atmosphere and the general aesthetic of it, but I needed a real job...which brings me to my next update; I have a new job.

I start at W.29 Showroom as an assistant director on Monday. The owners of the showroom are very well connected and this is the best thing that's happened to me in as long as I can remember.

I have one year left in the United States, then I'm moving back to Scandinavia. The location hasn't been decided yet, I'm applying to schools in each country from Iceland to Finland and I'll make my decision as soon as the Universities come to their decisions.

Most importantly, I'm really very happy. Everything has worked out for the best since I've moved and I really do love my life.

So, until next time...
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Save Public Broadcasting [08 Jun 2006|02:03pm]
Everyone expected Republicans to give up efforts to kill NPR and PBS after a massive public outcry stopped them last year. But they've just voted to eliminate funding for NPR and PBSunbelievably, starting with programs like "Sesame Street."

Public broadcasting would lose nearly a quarter of its federal funding this year. Even worse, all funding would be eliminated in two years--threatening one of the last remaining sources of watchdog journalism.

Sign the petition telling Congress to save NPR and PBS again this year:


Last year, millions of us took action to save NPR and PBS, and Congress listened. We can do it again if enough of us sign the petition in time.

This would be the most severe cut in the history of public broadcasting. The Boston Globe reports the cuts "could force the elimination of some popular PBS and NPR programs." NPR's president expects rural public radio stations may be forced to shut down.

The House and Senate are deciding if public broadcasting will survive, and they need to hear from viewers like you. Sign the petition at:



P.S. Read the Boston Globe story on the threat to NPR and PBS at:

Vote Socialist.

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