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Below are the 3 most recent journal entries recorded in Closet #302, More aptly named "Fontenot's Closet"'s LiveJournal:

Saturday, January 14th, 2006
9:17 pm
THe Proust Questionnaire
I finally found the Proust Questionnaire we used for the Chanter that never was. Here it is:

The Proust Questionnaire

What is your idea of perfect happiness?

What do you regard as the lowest depth of misery?

Where would you like to live?

To what weakness do you often submit?

Who is your favorite hero or heroine living or dead?

Who is your favorite hero or heroine of literature?

Who is your favorite musician?

Who is your favorite artist?

What is your favorite quality in a man?

What is your favorite quality in a woman?

What do you most value in your friends?

What do you consider to be the greatest virtue?

What is your favorite way to spend time?

Who or what would you like to be?

What is the most dominant aspect of your personality?

What is your greatest flaw?

Who is your favorite writer?

What are your favorite names?

What do you most dislike in others?

What do you most dislike in yourself?

What do you consider to be the most important event in history?

What natural gift would you most like to posses?

How would you like to die?

What is your vision of the afterlife?

What is your present state of mind?
Tuesday, June 7th, 2005
11:13 pm
Sooo I can't find the Proust Questionairre on my computer. Funny story. I have every document I've ever typed saved, but apparently that is the sole exception. If someone would like to send it to me, I'd greatly appreciate it. For the time being, here are two things I think everyone should read:

The Anatomy of Desire by John L'Heureux

And "Sex, Lies & Conversation" by Deborah Tannen , which I have put behind a cut due to its length.

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10:49 pm
Obviously no spell check.
Feel free to correct any of my spelling and grammar, its horrendous, I know.

In any case, this is a LiveJournal community for the Fontenites and Fontenot and perhaps others if they should choose to want to join. I'll try to make it spiffier looking as time marches on, but for now, this is what we've got. I'll post up the Proust questionairre as soon as I find it and get all of that going, but for now, lets just try to get everyone joined up and lending us an update of their lives at this point.
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