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Friday, 30 July 2004
The Plot Thickens.
So, a short request, COMMENT ON THE DAMN ENTRIES!

There has been a change in the story line of 'Dave'. Initially, Kelsey and I had it worked that Dave would spend his time in Boston tracking down the wrong Miranda. Finally, when he realized that it wasn't her, he sees that he is truly in love with this 'New Miranda' and spends the rest of his days padoinking like rabbits with her.

Now, I have found that many far more humours situations are capable of arising if Dave thinks that Miranda's sister Emma (Who looks a good deal like her) is Miranda. I don't know that any of this is important to you. Most of you didn't even comment on the "President Bush is a retard" post.


Truly,

Willem

Posted by vamp/willemtibet at 4:57 AM BST
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Wednesday, 28 July 2004
My my, how time flies.
I dare say, it has been far too long since this journal was updated. I have, however, gone around to most of your posts on commented on them. I think some are rather humourus. So, read all of the posts and then post your own.

Have you ever had one of those days where you are in a densly populated area and you can look at someone and feel like you know them. It doesn't work for everyone, but I've noticed that sometimes when I'm at the market or a sidewalk cafe, a person will walk by and I feel like, simply by their appearance, I know quite a lot about this person. Perhaps it's some sort of homage to the theory of reincarnation. I'm not one to ask on that. It's nice to think though that no matter where you go you can usually find a familiar face. Even if you don't know who the bloody hell that person is.

Truly,

Willem

Posted by vamp/willemtibet at 1:33 PM BST
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Tuesday, 20 July 2004
Disappointment
I am utterly disappointed in everyone that did not post a reply response. I thought that this was a slightly more controversial topic. I was wrong in thinking that you cared about what went on in your country. I was wrong in thinking that perhaps you wanted to have a mind full of you own thoughts, and not just what your leader tells you is correct. I am truly upset by this and hope that is can be remedied in future posts.

On to a different topic.

Little things do not always hurt you and vanish.
Things like that leave a scar. Not a large one that is noticeable to anyone else. A scar that only you can feel and are always aware of.
Pangs of it’s history resound within your soul from time to time. This scar, though it is infinitesimal in size burdens us with our most complex emotions and thoughts.
The decision that makes us who we are is whether we will bandage the wound and hope for it to return to the perfection of normalcy, or whether we bear the blemish and the thoughts and emotions that dwell within it. Thus, allowing our hearts, our minds, and our souls to be strengthened by hardship, not weakened by the façade of acceptance. These scars exist to remind us of the passion we once possessed. They should not be shunted away but serve as an everlasting symbol used to recognize the faults of others upon and the love we possess to forgive.

Truly,

Willem

Posted by vamp/willemtibet at 6:16 PM BST
Updated: Tuesday, 20 July 2004 6:17 PM BST
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Friday, 9 July 2004
Tardiness is Inexcusable
I had truly wished to post this two days ago, but many things came about that inhibited me from doing so. I was sad to notice that no one has, as of yet, commented on the film.

What I want to pose now is a question which, though it is not common in most cases, is still very important.

Do you think that it is okay to refer to anyone, mentally challeneged or not, as a 'retard'? In this day and age when everyone is worried about being Politically Correct and such other nonsense, more people are making reference to people as 'faggots', or 'queers'. Is this any better? Should all name-calling cease to be or should certain words be less offensive in the minds of humanity?

Truly,

Willem

Posted by vamp/willemtibet at 5:37 AM BST
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Monday, 5 July 2004
Express yourself
I decided not to post anything on here for the weekend because I knew that you, as Americans, would be celebrating your independence. On the topic of deeply rooted patriotic emotions, I would like to ask you ,as Americans, a few questions.

I assume that a few of you have seen Michael Moore's ( I don't know that I spelled his name correctly) film 'Fahrenheit 9/11'. From what I have heard about it, it seems to be bashing President Bush. Are you, as a teenager, offended by comments made about your President and his actions? Do you strongly oppose what he, as a President, has done with your country and it's activity in the current war in Iraq? Would you rather Senator John Kerry be elected in the upcoming race?

I ask simply because I cannot get accurate opinions where I am. Feel free to say whatever you want. I don't work for the FBI or KGB or anything.

Truly,

Willem

Posted by vamp/willemtibet at 3:36 AM BST
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Friday, 2 July 2004
Yet another problem.
As you can guess from the title, I have run into yet another snag. As Kelsey and I were going over one of the drafts of this story, there is a part where a deal is made between Tony and two other gentlemen. Originally, I had made it so the deal was for an item of doll house furniture. I have never been fully comfortable with that though. It just never seemed to have the comical effect that I had hoped for. Any suggestions for an off-kilter type of gidget or something that would seem quirky for a Mafia man to have would be appreaciated.

I would like to extend a thank you to everyone who participated in the "Title" mission. All of them were very intriguing. I still have not come to a final decision on what it will be, but I will let you know. Until that time, please keep all ideas flowing freely.

Truly,

Willem

Posted by vamp/willemtibet at 5:32 AM BST
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Thursday, 1 July 2004
The Storyline Continued...
One of the mean beauties of this story(yet to be named) is that through out the plot, characters appear that are so realistic in their stupidity that one cannot help but feel sympathy for Dave.

Cabbie-An Indian Cab driver(of course) who gives Dave a hard time in the cab ride to the airport. Dave destroys the sanctity of the cabbie's head wrap and all hell is unleashed.

Elaine-A dimwitted airport ticket clerk who manages to destroy Dave's hopes of finding Miranda quickly. She is completely confused in her own love life and un-able to assist anyone else on a daily basis until Dave, unknowingly, shows her the path to emotional righteousness.

Tony-A very large VERY Italian mafioso. He befriends Dave on the flight and together they bring Dave that much closer to being re-united with his love.

While these people may seem very vague by the description that I have given. They are elaborately concocted within my mind to be specifically difficult with Dave and his problems. I find that some of them represent actual demographics. The cab driver-90% of all cab drivers in New York City are not from America. I think that is enough said on that one already. Elaine-The airport is full of complete morons. I have been to so many different ones and it seems like they have all inbred to form one inferior race of people that will lose your baggage or make you wait in a line that you don't need to. Tony-Well, I don't know. I just thought the story could use a little bit of the Italiano.

I hate having to do this, because I feel like I'm giving you a summary of it and you are missing out on the details that make it as good as it is. Perhaps if someone can think of some sappy title, I'll be able to publish it and then you can all read it.

Truly,

Willem

Posted by vamp/willemtibet at 8:42 PM BST
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Further Informed
On most typical occaisions, I would use some sort of 'recurring line' that most accurately depicts the emotions and ambitions of the characters. However, in this current manuscript there is nothing of that nature. You may simply say, make something up and place it in the story. It isn't that easy. I find myself looking to older, romantic songs for inspiration.

You wouldn't know unless you had read it(which none of you have), but Miranda has very small role in the story. She is what Dave seeks, but the story doesn't revolve around as much dialogue between the two of them.

Bellatrix-

While I greatly doubt that is your true name, I would like to thank you for your philisophical ideals on the matter. You made not so much as a dent in my search for a perfect title, but your efforts are appreaciated tremendously. I will be posting more information on the story line as pertains to questions posed by members of this 'blog'.

Truly,

Willem

Posted by vamp/willemtibet at 4:19 PM BST
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Mission # 1
Alright, your first task is about to be assigned to you.

Here's the information. I am currently writing a short story, but I am un-able to create a title for this story. It's about a man from the UK who is orphaned as a child and forced to live on his own in America. He meets a girl, and of course, they fall in love. One morning, the man (Dave) wakes only to find that she (Miranda) has gone. She leaves only a note stating "I'll Miss You". Dave then begins to frantically traverse the country after he recieves a tip that she is in Boston. Hilarity ensues of course in many awkward situations.

If you need more of the storyline, please ask. Something witty, (a pun or play on words) or perhaps something that has an alternate almost deep meaning is preferred.

Thank you for your help.

Truly

Willem

Posted by vamp/willemtibet at 3:49 AM BST
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Welcome!
This is the first entry in this speak easy forum. I know this becuase, hell, I made the damn thing. I'm Willem Tibet. I have gotten to know Kelsey through a mutual friend, and found that our interests are plentiful. He suggested that I start one of these 'blogs' so as to further get to know American Teenagers. Through out the (hopefully) long life of this medium, I will be posting many samples of the types of articles that I write. You are welcome to comment and add to said articles if you so desire. Please, feel free to post your own peices of literature. We all have much to learn about eachother and I can't wait.

Truly,

Willem Tibet

Posted by vamp/willemtibet at 12:44 AM BST
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