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  1. leelzebub

    It’s Coming Up Colorful

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    In my Literary Journalism class, I’ve been largely in charge of managing the technical end of our website (see us here at In Bantam) (I just realized, you may not be able to view the site until May 1st, when we launch our Spring 2012 edition). I’ve enjoyed pretty much every part of this project, ...
  2. leelzebub

    Post Surgery (Pun!)

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    [read this post in (bad) Spanish here: Despues de la cirugía] The surgery went fine, and hurt about as much as drilling into your bone would expect. Coming up from the anesthesia post operation was a truly miserable experience like few I’ve had before. Still too drugged to be able to physically open your eyes, ...
  3. leelzebub

    A Bad Break

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    I broke my distal tibia last Sunday (March 11th). I knew almost immediately after I fell that I would need to see a doctor, but I didn’t imagine needing surgery. Unfortunately, that’s what I’ve got to deal with. Come Tuesday, … Continue reading
  4. leelzebub

    A Bad Break

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    I broke my distal tibia last Sunday (March 11th). I knew almost immediately after I fell that I would need to see a doctor, but I didn’t imagine needing surgery. Unfortunately, that’s what I’ve got to deal with. Come Tuesday, … Continue reading
  5. leelzebub

    A Sweet, Sweet Battle: Day Three

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    I’m not expecting instant miracles. This first week (and maybe the second), I’m mostly doing some mental observations as to when, why, and where I get sugar cravings, as well as what I want to get. Today, I started craving around eleven. I held off until lunch, and tried to assuage myself with a Granny ...
  6. leelzebub

    A Sweet, Sweet Battle: Versus the Vending Machine

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    I have a terrible relationship with sugar, mostly in that I crave it with the fire of a thousand suns. I’m normally happy to bemoan my dependence on the holidays, and then carry on with blase resignation the rest of the year. After all, this isn’t just a bad habit. It’s a TASTY bad habit. ...
  7. leelzebub

    2012 Goals

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    I haven’t updated in a while, mostly because I’m having a blog-identity crisis. I’m unsure of what I want to include on here. Originally, I idealized it as a place to post school work, but none of my courses have required an online presence. But since I like to be practical, and I paid good ...
  8. leelzebub

    Stephen’s Birthday Fundraiser

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    Update: Stephen & I ended up going on the trip, and it was as wonderful as I hoped. He enjoyed it immensely and we are both super grateful to all those who helped make it happen. Thank you, friends & family, for being amazing and creating a great 23rd birthday for a great guy. Stephen ...
  9. leelzebub

    little.bird: The Calendar System

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    As a journalist, Lizzie Curious’ adventures are necessarily intertwined with time. I decided it would be fun to create a calendar system for their society. I was also rather inspired by playing Glitch, which uses a nifty and completely whimsical calendar system. I’ve listed the months, including the number of days in each, and a ...
  10. leelzebub

    little.bird: Technology

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    World building is one of my favorite parts about writing. I love creating a new world, a new environment from scratch. The little.bird universe presents a unique hurdle, however, in terms of technology. Everyone except the top tier of society...
  11. leelzebub

    little.bird: Outline

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    Outline Setting This story takes place approximately 1000 years after a cataclysmic event that transformed the world into a wasteland of ruins, the leftover history of a civilization that was wiped off the face of the earth. In reality, this...
  12. leelzebub

    A S.O.B. Story: Save Our Books

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    If you aren’t a member of the e-reader community, you eventually will be.  It’s safe to safe that the future of reading will take place on electronic devices, whether that device is a computer, tablet, reader, or smart phone.  Print...

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