print_r($recent);

Array
(
 [545]=>Collections
 [544]=>Good morning
 [543]=>You know the fee...
 [542]=>Date more, care ...
 [541]=>Moving On
)

 

RAMCal(date('my'));

November 2004
sun mon tue wed thu fri sat
  1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30        
             
archives(RAM);


print_r($newStuff);

Array
(
 [RAndoMness]=> 28Sep09
 [JPsDocs] => 22Feb09
 [JPics] => 10Dec11
 [frontpage]
 [FeedBack]
)

recent music
Boycott SONY

print_r($background);
Array
(
 [today]=>
 [past]=>backgrounds
)


getentries(01Nov03);   getentries(01Nov03);

printentries(11Nov04);

Thought on Friendship
added Thu November 11 2004 at 6:34 PM
2 comments
Why do we, in an attempt to prevent unwanted romantic attentions, push away potentially good friends? I don't present myself as an example to follow, because I've been known to do the same thing. However, I can point to the relationship I have with Rachel. She knows that I could be interested in her as more than just a friend. But she also knows that I would never do anything to intentionally compromise that friendship we do have.

I guess that one reason why I don't think that girls should worry about me being potentially interested in them is because the things that I look for in my friends are often (if not always?) the same things that I look for in potential girlfriends. If anything, I probably tend to be more picky about my friends. Friends have to have a good personality, because they can't make up for it by being fun to cuddle with.

I won't lie. I really would like to have a girlfriend- someone who I can give a hug whenever I'm sad and lonely (which is altogether too often), someone that I can count on being with more days than not. But I don't. So instead I try to make my friends fill a little bit of that vast emptiness.

To all the cute girls out there: Will you go out with me? No? Then will you please be my friend?