Jeca see what_would_your_epitaph_say

while we're on the subject, what's on your list?
squint find myself

(why does she keep running away??)
phil visit italy
get married
write a book in prison
stop breathing
kiss my best friend
make a famous card game
graduate college
get my picture in the bible
jane write a book
have mhy own art exhibit
take another philosophy class
write/direct an independent film
blather spell check *my 021013
p2 hmmm, well i've always wanted to do the following:

1) burn down a fire house
2) rob a police station
3) get hit by an ambulence
Jeca niiiiiice, p2. 021014
Jeca Dance the tango at my 40th wedding anniversary
Intern at the Chicago Field museum
Get a pilotís license
Have a son
Get published in National Geographic
Write something true that really makes some people mad!
Paint something that someone would pay money for
Ice skate
Get a PhD in anthropology
Discover a dinosaur
Change the way other people see the world
Get a B.S. in Geology
Make at least one great discovery at Casa
Make at least 5 great discoveries in general
Bike until Iím 79
Dance until Iím 100
Fall in love with someone I care enough about to fight with (once in a blue moon)
Have sex (with the right guy) (lots of it)
Meet Robert Bakker before he dies
Inspire someone
See New York
Go on lots of anthropology digs
Go on at least 5 more paleontology digs
See a blue whale (if the largest living thing on earth is still living, why miss the chance to see one?)
Learn to speak Hopi
Figure out where the Zuni came from
Devise a method to describe language (esp. language meanings) without using language
See a giant redwood tree
See a living giant squid (on T.V. is permissible)
Get all dressed up for the Renaissance festival
Discover the purpose of laughter
Watch Jeremiah get married
See a rain forest
Know a place well enough to be able to tell you how the sun moves there and give each plant and animal around the dignity of its proper name
Know Latin
Watch the last two episodes of the Lord of the Rings and Star Wars
Help somebody help themselves
god 1. chase raptors
2. chase raptors
3. find a zombie suit
4. gall to arbutis
5. go west
Toxic_Kisses LIVE 030915
misstree see a mountain face to face
see things shaken up in some way by my actions
visit a european country
own a cat (or cat-like felinish substance, like e.a.f.s.)
get at least one more tat, one more piercing, and a scarification
live somewhere else for a while
sirflaccid I refuse to make any plans anymore. There's no use. I want to be able to live for today. That way I don't have to care whether I die tommorrow. 030915
User24 1) stop dying.
2) failing that, go out happy
3) failing that, march naked into thwe most expensive restaurant I can find, order 500 fresh lobsters, and die.

( i wouldn't eat the lobsters, that's just sick )
Lemon_Soda Be happy with who I am. 030917
minnesota_chris sorry to give such a huge list, but here goes. I finished college with a horrible lack of literature knowledge, so I resolved to read every classic for which they make Cliff's notes. They are:

1984 / Absalom, Absalom! / Adam Bede / Adventures of Tom Sawyer / Aeneid / Agamemnon, The Choephori & The Eumenides / Age of Innocence / Alice in Wonderland / All Quiet on the Western Front / All the King's Men / All the Pretty Horses / All's Well That Ends Well & The Merry Wives of Windsor / Ambassadors / American / American Tragedy / Animal Farm / Anna Karenina / Anthem / Antony and Cleopatra / Aristotle's Ethics / Arrowsmith / As I Lay Dying / As You Like It / Assistant / Atlas Shrugged / Autobiography of Ben Franklin / Autobiography of Malcolm X / Awakening / Babbitt / Bartleby the Scrivener & Benito Cereno / Bean Trees / Bear / Bell Jar / Beloved / Beowulf / Berkeley's Works / Bible / Billy Budd & Typee / Black Boy / Black Elk Speaks / Black Like Me / Bleak House / Bless Me, Ultima / Bluest Eye & Sula / Bradbury's Works / Brave New World / Brothers Karamazov / Call of the Wild & White Fang / Candide / Canterbury Tales / Catch-22 / Catcher in the Rye / Chosen / Color Purple / Comedy of Errors, Love's Labour's Lost & The Two Gentlemen of Verona / Concerning Human Understanding / Concerning Principles of Morals / Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court / Contender / Count of Monte Cristo / Crime and Punishment / Crucible / Cry, The Beloved Country / Cyrano de Bergerac / Daisy Miller & The Turn of the Screw / David Copperfield / Death Comes for the Archbishop / Death of a Salesman / Deerslayer / Detective in Fiction / Diary of Anne Frank / Different Drummer / Divine Comedy: Inferno / Divine Comedy: Paradiso / Divine Comedy: Purgatorio / Doctor Faustus / Don Juan / Don Quixote / Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde / Dracula / Dream of the Red Chamber / Dubliners / Dune & Other Works / Education of Henry Adams / Electra & Medea / Emerson's Essays / Emily Dickinson: Selected Poems / Emma / Emperor Jones, The Hairy Ape & Mourning Becomes Electra / Ethan Frome / Fahrenheit 451 / Far From the Madding Crowd / Farewell to Arms / Farewell to Manzanar / Fathers and Sons / Faulkner's Short Stories / Faust, Part 1 and 2 / Federalist / For Whom the Bell Tolls / Foundation Trilogy and Other Works / Fountainhead / Frankenstein / French Lieutenant's Woman / Gallic Wars / Giants in the Earth / Giver / Glass Menagerie & A Streetcar Named Desire / Go Down, Moses / Go Tell It on the Mountain / Good Earth / Grapes of Wrath / Great Expectations / Great Gatsby / Greek Classics / Green Mansions / Gulliver's Travels / Hamlet / Handmaid's Tale / Hard Times / Heart of Darkness & The Secret Sharer / Heinlein's Works / Hemingway's Short Stories / Henry IV, Part I / Henry IV, Part II / Henry V / Herzog / Hiroshima / House Made of Dawn / House of Mirth / House of the Seven Gables / House on Mango Street & Woman Hollering Creek / Huckleberry Finn / I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings / Ibsen's Plays I: A Doll's House & Hedda Gabler / Ibsen's Plays II: Ghosts, An Enemy of the People & The Wild Duck / Idiot / Idylls of the King / Iliad / Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl / Inherit the Wind / Invisible Man / Ivanhoe / Jane Eyre / Joseph Andrews / Joy Luck Club / Jude the Obscure / Julius Caesar / Jungle / Kafka's Short Stories / Keats' & Shelley's Poetry / Killer Angels / King Lear / Kitchen God's Wife / Last of the Mohicans / Le Morte Darthur / Leaves of Grass / Les Miserables / Lesson Before Dying / Light in August / Lord Jim / Lord of the Flies / Lord of the Rings & The Hobbit / Macbeth / Madame Bovary / Magic Mountain / Main Street / Major Barbara & St. Joan / Man and Superman & Caesar and Cleopatra / Manchild in the Promised Land / Mayor of Casterbridge / Measure for Measure / Merchant of Venice / Midsummer Night's Dream / Mill on the Floss / Miss Lonelyhearts & The Day of the Locust / Moby-Dick / Moll Flanders / Mother Courage & The Caucasian Chalk Circle / Much Ado About Nothing / Mutiny on the Bounty / My Antonia / Mythology / Nana / Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass / Native Son / New Testament / Night / No Exit & The Flies / Notes from Underground / O'Connor's Short Stories / Odyssey / Oedipus Trilogy / Of Human Bondage / Of Mice and Men / Old Man and the Sea / Old Testament / Oliver Twist / Once and Future King / One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovitch / One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest / One Hundred Years of Solitude / Othello / Our Town / Outsiders / Ox-Bow Incident / Paradise Lost / Passage to India / Pearl / Phaedra & Andromache / Pickwick Papers / Picture of Dorian Gray / Pilgrim's Progress / Plato's Dialogues: Euthyphro, Apology, Crito & Phaedo / Poe's Short Stories / Portrait of a Lady / Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man / Power and the Glory / Prelude / Pride and Prejudice / Prince / Prince and the Pauper / Raisin in the Sun / Red and the Black / Red Badge of Courage / Red Pony, Chrysanthemums & Flight / Republic / Return of the Native / Richard II / Richard III / Rise of Silas Lapham / Rivals & School for Scandal / Robinson Crusoe / Romeo and Juliet / Scarlet Letter / Sense and Sensibility / Separate Peace / Shakespeare's Sonnets, 2nd Edition / Silas Marner / Sir Gawain and the Green Knight / Sister Carrie / Slaughterhouse-Five / Snow Falling on Cedars / Sons and Lovers / Sound and the Fury / Steppenwolf & Siddhartha / Stranger / Sun Also Rises / Tale of Two Cities / Taming of the Shrew / Tartuffe, The Misanthrope & The Bourgeois Gentleman / Tempest / Tender Is the Night / Tess of the d'Urbervilles / Their Eyes Were Watching God / Things Fall Apart / Things They Carried / Thoreau, Emerson, and Transcendentalism / Three Musketeers / To Kill a Mockingbird / Tom Jones / Treasure Island & Kidnapped / Trial / Tristram Shandy / Troilus and Cressida / Twelfth Night / Ulysses / Uncle Tom's Cabin / Unvanquished / Utopia & Utopian Literature / Vanity Fair / Vicar of Wakefield / Victory / Volpone & The Alchemist / Waiting for Godot & Other Plays / Walden / War and Peace / Way of all Flesh / Way of the World / Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? / Winesburg, Ohio / Winter's Tale / Woman Warrior / Worldly Philosophers / Wuthering Heights / Yellow Raft in Blue Water
misstree have you started any yet, chris? 030917
User24 have you finished any yet, chris? 030917
stork daddy breathe 030917
endless desire im not going to die 030917
minnesota_chris 1984, Tom Sawyer, Alice in Wonderland, All Quiet on the Western Front, Arrowsmith, Awakening, Babbitt, Beowulf, Bible, Black like Me, Catcher, Connecticut Yankee, Cyrano de Bergerac, Glass Menagerie & Streetcar named Desire, Grapes of Wrath (probably my favorite) Gatsby, Huck Finn, Some of Leaves of Grass (huge but very enjoyable), LOTR/Hobbit, Main Street, Mice & Men, Old Man & Sea, Cuckoo's nest, The Pearl, Robinson Crusoe, Scarlet Letter (in high school, so that doesn't count really) Sir Gawain, Slaughterhouse Five (what the hell?!?) Tale of Two Cities (first half at least) Three Musketeers (no, that MUST be my favorite) Mockingbird, Vanity Fair (I think?). I read some gothic novel too... what was it? Maybe it was Wuthering Heights.

I got a ways to go, before I die. Miles of books to read before I sleep.
jane live 030918
whitechocolatewalrus live in a tree house
maybe be married, but only if i like the guy
ride a giraffe
touch a cloud
unhinged give the rest of my cigarettes to the bum on the corner
wash the dishes
take out the trash
call my mom and tell her i love her
i was idealistic once It would say "I'm right behind you..." 040204
magicforest love

be loved

quit acting fucking bohemian and get a job

thinks that is about it
nemo i wonder what billy_mckinney had on his list before he left.... when i first thought about it i thought it would have been nothing, but after a minute i cant help hoping that he did everything on his list, and thats why he decided it was time to leave. 040314
pipers marry someone i'm madly in love with (and of course vice versa)
have some kids
win a Pulitzer
see an opera at the sydney opera house
dance the salsa in spain
(oh yes, learn it first)
backpack over the subcontinent and drive across europe
scuba diving in a coral reef

.....and other stuff i can't remember at the mo. glah.
Death of a Rose climb a mountain,
write some more bad poetry,
let her know that my heart could be hers (if the price is right :-),
learn to sail,
look upon her face,
5 tattoos,
learn to paint,
learn a musical instrument,
kiss her,

yeah, when it comes down to it, it's all about her.
phil also see:
Freak kill you like I love you 041022
Deomis Take sleeping pills before going to school.
Take a road trip
Give my cat/dog a mowhawk
Make myself a pair of wings
Go to a concert
Start a food fight
Ask a stranger for a date
Drink 4 or 5 double expressos in 1 hour.
Steal candy from a baby
Watch the surise
Watch the sunset
Go to that Mardi Gras festival
Learn to play the harmonica
Be an extra in a film
Write a novel
Fall in love
Stay out and party all night, then go to work w/o having gone home
Learn how to not regret my mistakes
Learn how to respond when someone gives me a compliment
what's it to you?
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