Monthly Archives: May 2008

May 30, Friday

I think it was on Monday that my brother, I, and our mother went to watch Indiana Jones.  It was nice being out together.  The movie was fun.  It was on a different level from the others in the series… … Continue reading

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May 28, Wednesday

I went to Provo yesterday.  I needed to check the distance between the bus stop and my future classroom to see if I would be able to make it by bus.  I found out that the time I’d been told was wrong … Continue reading

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May 22, Thursday

On Tuesday between shifts, I drove to Provo and had a perfectly delightful time at BYU.  The campus was so beautiful and the students so bright.  I was able to talk to an admissions counselor, Troy Selk, who informed me … Continue reading

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May 19, Monday

The government gave me 388 free dollars today (mailed on Friday) on top of my rightful tax refund (then again, I would support a [very low] flat tax as "rightful" for even the lowest earners, which includes me).  I guess I’m technically … Continue reading

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May 18, Sunday

Long live Gwangju… and the memory of a people who "poured out their souls unto death" for the cause of right.   Bishop David Burton came and talked in our stake priesthood meeting at our building today, recalling the general conference … Continue reading

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May 17, Saturday

Yesterday, Friday, was my first visit to the courtroom in preparation for my ticket hearing (and my second time ever, counting my business law class visit).  They seemed accommodating.  I went to the state-level Matheson Courthouse on State Street, since the city-level … Continue reading

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May 15, Thursday

For a few minutes last evening while driving, I enjoyed a glorious sunset that made me think that this was one of the cities that I truly loved. Of course, I don’t have many choices of cities to love… I was … Continue reading

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