Happy New Year!


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I hope that 2004 brings good health, happiness, and fortune to you and your loved ones. I'm just hoping that the new year is even remotely as good as 2003 has been for me.

Things to look forward to this year:

  • Graduation!
  • A new Harry Potter movie!
  • A new President!

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Looking forward to those things? My responses: (:-P)

1) No! You must stay here! The rest of your life!
2) Harry what? I haven't even read the books.
3) Sure, just not any of the democrats who are running. A different Republican would be good though. :-)

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I'm actually going to start a masters degree program in the fall, so I'm not going anywhere soon. RIT is stuck with me for at least a couple more years.

And regarding Harry, you're really missing out... read the books, then see the movies. The movies are just eye candy, though the stories do so much more (kinda like Lord of the Rings).

And regarding George, Glad you've had a change of heart =P

Though one thing is for sure, it certainly won't be a *different Republican* who wins this November.

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