June 27th, 2002



You know, this is kind of interesting. Both my parents are recovering Southern Baptists. We were Mormon when I was younger and I went to Mormon Sunday school. I went to an Episcopalian private school for awhile. And then I went to a Unitarian church until the earthquake knocked the building down. My sister is Jewish and I've celebrated many of those holidays with her family. I've considered Catholicism because they have all sorts of cool saints and angels and stuff, but the rest of the religion doesn't agree with me. I've been involved in a few Pagan rituals with friends but never seriously. I like the Hindu pantheon but more as a set of really cool stories (like the Greek gods) not as a religion. I like making up religions. I think it would be neat to be involved with a religion, but more as a social thing, not a worship thing. Buddhism kind of appeals. Dunno. Whatever.


1. Unitarian Universalism (100%)
2. Neo-Pagan (87%)
3. Liberal Quakers (85%)
4. New Age (84%)
5. Mahayana Buddhism (73%)
6. New Thought (73%)
7. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (72%)
8. Secular Humanism (72%)
9. Theravada Buddhism (66%)
10. Scientology (65%)
11. Reform Judaism (59%)
12. Taoism (54%)
13. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (53%)
14. Sikhism (51%)
15. Nontheist (50%)
16. Bahá'í Faith (46%)
17. Hinduism (46%)
18. Orthodox Quaker (46%)
19. Jainism (39%)
20. Orthodox Judaism (36%)
21. Islam (28%)
22. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (28%)
23. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (27%)
24. Seventh Day Adventist (21%)
25. Eastern Orthodox (19%)
26. Roman Catholic (19%)
27. Jehovah's Witness (10%)
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Hmmm, I've posted an awful lot today. Oh well!

I've also dropped my Criminal Justice class. It was so... so... Um, well, the other students were annoying. They talked about guns an awful lot. And, like, everyone was ultra conservative and I felt like the lone liberal (phrases like "the left's frothing frenzy" were bandied about). And the prof was really cool, but kind of boring with lectures that didn't seem to go anywhere. And the room set up sucked. So I quit. I've never dropped a class (after the first day) before. I feel so... so guilty! Wah!

Okay, so, like, what am I going to do with myself until school starts up again? Work, go to anime club, AX for a day (ONE MORE WEEK!), ComicCon for a long weekend, and...? I'll get all bored and depressed if I just sit home all day. I think maybe... a second job. Day filled, plus more money! (God, have I totally subscribed to the stupid Puritanical American work ethic or what?!) Or maybe I could get more hours on my regular job (but the boss is in Spain so I'll have to talk to her later).

In other news, by Coraline CD came. I've listened to the first four chapters so far. I got the CD instead of the book because I was getting tired of music on my commute and thought I'd try listening to a book. It's nice, but kind of weird having my mind multi-tasking like that and sometimes road noises block out the words. Anyway, Coraline is really creepy and cool. It's also spawning funky crossover ideas where Coraline receives a letter from Hogwarts by owl and she's sorted into Gryffindor and... well, we'll see. I mean, is it even possible to cross a Neil Gaiman book with J.K.R.'s series? Dunno. Heh.