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Hi again everyone

it's Carrie Bradshaw

just kidding.

anyway, yesterday while flying I started contemplating my inevitable death in a plane crash. Lots of great people have died in plane crashes. See here:

- Buddy Holly
- Aaliyah (my bb girl)
- Tori Amos (just to make sure you were paying attention!)
- Roberto Clemente

anyway I am not so great; I am still here obviously. but really, I thought to myself somewhere over Nebraska, is life going to get THAT much better? probably not. I've seen Sweden and traded in my vcard and met Oh Land and wrote a book. boom. I don't need to accomplish much more than that. 

well, while thinking about plane crashes, my next beautiful and harmonious thoughts turned into the video of Brian McKnight sorting through a plane crash in his most famous music video. and I thought "awwww, how very VH1 one of me." since then, I've had the song in my head. ENJOY, LOVERS. and maybe my fate is to die at sea:



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