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Reece . . . [email protected] LIBR 500. The Mystery Revealed. These are things I like. Exploring places I am not supposed to go. Art made of junk. Collage. square dancing. School. it takes up most of my time these days (usually I don’t mind too much)

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Reece. . .

[email protected] LIBR 500

The Mystery Revealed


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These are things I like

Exploring places I am not supposed to go

Art made of junk

Collage

square dancing


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School

  • it takes up most of my time these days

    • (usually I don’t mind too much)

      • occasionally I do mind too much

  • some day I will be a librarian, though


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There is more to my life than school. . .

  • I have had other accomplishments as well

    • One year, I placed as a runner up for ‘Mullet King’ in an Edmonton weekly.

    • That same year I won ‘Sexiest Activist’ in the other Edmonton weekly. Oh yeah!



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The band was great at first, but we started having punk shows at my old house, instead of at community halls, and things often got a little rowdy.

We did manage to release a CD/tape, and played lots of shows.

This is my old house, but not my band. I have no idea what band that was.


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I have lived in a number of pretty unusual houses, but the R.A.T. house, where we had shows, was the most notorious.


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I covered our front steps in robot stencils, cut from old cardboard. I’m crafty that way.

There were robots inside the house too, but I don’t have pictures of them.


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Inside cardboard. I’m the R.A.T. house


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Other houses I have lived in include the L.A.R.D. house and The Institute for Punk Rock Music/ the B.A.D. house.

I have had approximately 20-23 roommates, not counting family members or people who I lived with for less than a month. Despite that, I would insist that it has nothing to do with me, heh heh.

The apartment I share right now with my roommate and his dog is the “nicest” place I have rented, though it’s certainly not the largest.


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My house now The Institute for Punk Rock Music/ the B.A.D. house.


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More things I like include baking and crafts. The Institute for Punk Rock Music/ the B.A.D. house.

Sometimes my baking resembles a craft project.

Introducing: Sharkatron mint chocolate cake (my first “shaped” cake).


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Through my online journal, I keep in touch with people that are far away, and also get to hear the gory details from people in the city who wouldn’t confide in me otherwise. I’ve had a blog for around 5 years now.

oh LJ, how i love you


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(This space reserved for the curly moustache man) are far away, and also get to hear the

you

Lastly, here are some of my favourite people. . . there are other favourites, but I don’t have access to their pictures.

Photos courtesy of LiveJournal and Friendster (mostly).


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the end are far away, and also get to hear the


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