coryanotado: (silly - jay & silent bob dance)
And I've hit a snag. I know I want something a bit more "me" for my website. I dunno, is this a good start?

This is a joke, I hope you know.

So, we'll see. Wish me luck and help from the design gods.
coryanotado: (disbelief - tycho don't believe)

Unlike most of my haircuts, I don't loathe myself with this one. It's not bad and I'm sure when I grow it out it'll grow out just fine.
coryanotado: (la salle - Explorers)
Monday: "Hi, Cory, this is Jon Caroulis, head of PR here at La Salle. Dr. Gleber was telling me a few things about your internship and I'd like to talk to you more about it. Give me a call."

Tuesday: "Hey Dan, are they done knocking down Benilde yet? They knocked it down? Nice."

Wednesday: "I wonder why Caroulis isn't picking up."

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And I came across this letter.

It is an actual, ten-page letter from what seems to be about the early 1940s, so around World War II.

It is extremely dirty.

Granted, we tend to forget that in the early part of the 20th century, people were allowed to be pervy and nasty and sex-driven; at least, I do. This letter is a fresh reminder that even since the early 20th century, some people were real freaky nasty.

Confessions of a Southern Girl
Circa Early 1940s
Transcribed by Cory Anotado
Note from the transcriber: Best ten bucks I ever spent.

I was married quite young, not quite sixteen, but was good looking and had a good husband, and was mother of two children: a boy and a girl. Everything went fine until I was 28 years old, then my husband died.

After a year or so, men began to pay attention to me again, but there was no one dear to me but my deceased husband.

There was a burglar scare about this time in my neighborhood and I was all worked up about this and afraid to go to sleep at night. Some of the neighbors advised me to get a dog that would be respected by strangers. I saw an advertisement in the paper about a lady going north who would like a home for her Saint Bernard dog. I went over to see him. He sure was a beauty; so large and gentle like a lamb.
Can you see where this is going? OBVIOUSLY NSFW. )
So there's the story. If I can get to a scanner, I'll scan it in.
coryanotado: (homestar - strongbad's lost)
coryanotado: (philly - skyline)
I have a new pet.

Meet Toast. He's cute.
coryanotado: (tmbg - coffee)

Click for full view.
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Since I got my new phone, I've wanted to try out all its features. One of those feature is blogging pictures straight to Blogger. So, I've decided to try Project 365: taking one picture a day for one year. I tend to fail on these kind of things, so I need everyone's help to push me along on this project!

The blog is at if anyone cares to see. The pictures are pretty mundane, but they'll get better. Promise!

Edit: Here's pictures from the Philippines!

Goodnight, moon.
coryanotado: (confused - ask jeeves)
coryanotado: (compliment - psych argonaut)
coryanotado: (awesome - crazy delicious)
But, I think I won in the end.


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