Jessie’s Journal

By Jessie Schirrick Posted February 15, 2012

So I’m gonna start by saying that I hope “The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo” is a good movie because I tried to read the book and gave up a brief two days later. All of the names and places were of Russian origin so I was confused as to what the author was speaking of.

“It’s like reading the Bible,” said Alex Schirrick.

I enjoy the styles and designs of the Native Americans, totally boho. I’m obsessed with the Navajo print; it reminds me much of a happier time (the 90’s.) In fact, my favorite part of “Centennial” was Clay Basket’s wardrobe, besides the character of Pasquinel because let’s face it, the guy’s a smooth criminal.

Mr. Welter and Mr. Espinola grew out their facial hair. That’s something we can all agree with. It’s like we’ve stepped into a portal and ended up in a universe where everyone’s just that much more burly.

When I get older I want to own a corn farm and practice Judaism. I also want to live in Arizona but I’ve heard terrible things about that place like crime and stuff so I will have to invest in a self-defense class.

I’ve been feeling extremely brave recently… like I feel like I am courageous. I’m on the verge of being put in a situation where I have to sacrifice myself. Feeling brave is a cool feeling, straight from a movie, but it’s kind of scary. Now I’m expecting to be in a bad mojo type of environment. So… I guess it’s alright.

I think I was born to work at a fast-food restaurant. The mere thought of successfully fulfilling someone’s order and serving a long line of people gives me a brief feeling of satisfaction. I don’t know if it means that I like to give people food or I care about people, but I’m looking forward to being able to do that.

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