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(no subject) [May. 5th, 2005|09:54 am]
[music |cocteau twins]

People that write on live journal are such drama queens. I haven't written in ages, and reading people's entries just makes me laugh. Everyone is so judgemental, pretentious, and pretending to be these super cool, insightful people to make themselves feel better. For god sakes, get off the internet for a minute and go outside in the sun, and maybe you won't have to write such negativity on your journals. There's a lot to learn from people if you actually go out and meet them, rather then sit online all day. The internet is a useful tool, not some matrix virtual reality playgrounded where everyone looks perfect in their photos and says the most honest witty and amazing things complete with jazzed up html profile sites. It's just the internet. Take it for what it's worth. I think myself included, we're all dealing with getting over our internet addictions. But please people, get over yourselves.
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(no subject) [Mar. 17th, 2004|01:16 pm]
I do not write in this anymore.

www.blogpod.com
username : RobRoyce


I just thought I'd say that it is spring break and I am happy.
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a better home for me [Sep. 23rd, 2003|08:21 pm]
[mood |blankblank]
[music |shins/saves the day clash]

I'll be here for a while.... www.blogpod.com
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been a while [Aug. 29th, 2003|06:08 pm]
Well it has been a very long while since I've wrriten and I guess thats because well I have gotten bored with this website. Thats not to say nothing has been going on lately-alot has. I guess I will try my best to keep some what of an updated journal from here on out but who's to be sure.

I now reside at Riverside Place apartments conviently located in central Austin on Towne Lake. I love the location so far. School is now back in session also which has upped my stress levels and is forcing me to get back into a routine and finding focus again. I have a very interesting schedule which includes an early morning yoga class and an acting class which seems very interesting. I also have an amazing history professor who prides himself on teaching what we never learned in high school.

Austin is great. Being in San Antonio over the summer felt like regressing in my life and I dont intend to live anywhere else but here for a long while. We've also been practicing music almost every day and I'm very pleased the way that things are sounding.

Tonight is a party like always and I am counting on finding some time to study during this threeday weekend. I need to make good grades. It seems like it would be commendable.
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Champainfull [Jul. 27th, 2003|04:35 am]
Today me and Jason drove down to Corpus. I offered to take him out of his continual boredom of San Antonio and he agreed to come down and hang out. We went to the studio for a few hours to finish up mixing the demo and things went well. We have a few more hours to go tomarrow hopefully we can get much needed work completed. Next week is going to be hectic because we have to meet with new musicians and reherse mad for upcoming performances.

Tonight we have been kicking back with Corpus kids and basically having a good time. We've been working for hours on a horror flick/sick comedy that my friend is directing. Its very bizare and strange but interesting. I am set up to play Satan in an upcoming scene. What a great acting gig.

Goodnight. I'll be awake till sunrise if you need anything.
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from boredom to a welcome surprise [Jul. 13th, 2003|01:11 pm]
So last night I was taking it easy after work. Dustin called and had a crew lined up looking to party. I said come on over since my parents are gone for a week or so. He brought over a few bottles and some koolaid. More people showed up. Everyone liked jamming on drums. Everyone else beside the person playing drums was annoyed. Good guy to girl ratio. Dominoes and Pizzza ensued along with Miller Lite. Not much of a drinker but I'm glad everyone had a good time. A bunch of olf friends showed up. More that I probably cant remember. Thanks for coming guys.
Thank YOU for coming.
-Rob
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the truth is out [Jul. 12th, 2003|01:17 am]
My mom found out I smoke pot. I'm not "grounded" but we had a talk about it and she's not totally pissed but she doesnt like me doing it. I guess I'll keep it away from her. I'm definetly going to cut back on my consumption as to stick with my principle of mederation. Peace love in the universe.

-Rob
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(no subject) [Jun. 29th, 2003|05:42 pm]
I dont have any friends
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the Rob family reunion [Jun. 29th, 2003|05:02 pm]
so this weekend I went to my family reunion at Moody Gardens in Galveston. Firstly the weekend started with a very long drive from San Antonio to Houston then to Galveston. It seemed alot longer then I remember but then again we did go a further distance all the way to Galveston and plus my slow dad was driving. Nonetheless we stopped at some nasty looking country barbaque restuarunt on the way there in some small podunk town. It suprised me that it was actually very good food, I just had some veggies and pasta.

So we finally made it to Houston. By the way Houston is FUCKING HUGE. We drove on some insane highways and I felt like there were hella people surrounding me. The drive to Galveston took even longer but we finally arrived. Galveston was bigger then I thought and our hotel was unusual because it was surrounded by three glass pyramids containing an imax, a rainforest and an aquarium.

We showed up and said hi to everybody and walked into the nicest hotel I've been in before with a giant pond inside and all kinds of nature looking things like rainforest cafe style all over and awesome architecture. It was good to see all my relatives again because they seem more laid back and inqusitive of me. And it was cool to learn that my aunt from California is now a veggietarian and a lefty at that. We talked alot about Buddhism and such.

The first night I just hung out at the pool and walked around to get familar with the area. The next day we all went into town to tour Galveston but our tour somehow didnt get booked so that kind of ruined alot of spirtis. I took a yoga class offered by the hotel that morning with this bad ass lady that has been doing yoga since the 70's I guess before it was so popular here.

So then I hung out with my cousin Mark who is like fourty but listens to Fear Factory and knows alot about alot of differnt shit. We did all the tourist stuff and scoped the scene for women. We rode this cheesy imax ride film thing which is supposed to be the journey of a drop of water in New York City from the sky to the sewer. It was pretty impressive. Then I tried getting a tan again before dinner. It was cool because I discovered the bar at the pool didnt card me so I chilled with a few dacquris and got a bit tipsy. After dinner I hit the pool up again and met some girl from Houston named Megan who still listens to Nirvana and skateboards. She was someone cool to talk to ...

So the weekend finally ended with the drive back. We drove right by the huge Houston skyline which is pretty impressive. Over all great time. Galveston is bomb. I'm taking friends there as soon as I can.

-Rob
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thrown into the somber predictable racetrack of routine [Jun. 25th, 2003|02:45 pm]
So my job has been the same old same old now for a few weeks. I'm starting to remember how much I love making money and how much I hate being at the same place at the same time each day with the same daily routine. So far my routine has been waking up around 1... eating lunch going to either band practice or jamming with other friends, then work then a glas of wine and sleep. I've grown very tired of this simplistic repetition for which I'm trying desperatly to find an escape.

dont get me wrong, I love working. But I'm not used to living in a city where nobody calls me or goes out during the week, where everything closes at 10 pm and where you have to drive a billion miles to go to a friends house or out on a date. These things make me feel uncomfertable and restless to move back ....

I've recently had a problem with sleep anxiety. I've woken up in the middle of the night the past two nights. The first night I couldnt get back to sleep untill 730 in the morning. Luckily last night I feel asleep sooner. My mind seems to be on a billion differnt things yet preparing for the future at the same time.

I havent found the ascetic beauty in this city that I seem to be missing as a kind of therapy at least to have something to look at or drive by when there is nothing else to do but drive around.

This weekend I'm going to Galveston for a family reunion. It should be interesting seeing my relatives from around the country that I havent seen in a while. And thank god I'll be near the beach all weekend. I need to see the ocean, it's been a long time away.

Thank god for music. I've been writing and practicing on my keyboard after work and I've come up with a few things. Nothing special. I'm going to need to keep myself occupied this summer. Its going to require comfort in the form of a female human being to ease the bordeom in this city. Or at least come close to breaking free from the occasional come and go in and out of my life prospects. Somebody. If not to go out , I'll even settle for eating sno-cones together.
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