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Jesse’s Lost Journal — by Mark Patton

Entry 25, 1982

I spent the day helping Lisa get ready for her party, Kerry was there and she was driving me insane… she needs to watch out for the Freddy in me! Not really, strange how my personality has split and I can laugh about these things but I know this is a deadly toy.

Rich people live so differently, she had cabanas set up… we have our own for changing and what not. Ron is still pretending to be grounded so he is off the hook as far as the party goes… he is really not a fan of Kerry’s either and I think that is why he is staying home… she hits on him all the time… tramp… laugh.

I have a pretty big valium thing going on now and Mom’s bottle has disappeared (although she never said a word… I love her). Sadly, I was reduced to stealing from the DICK, he will notice and say something but I can not survive without them.

There are a couple of people that I really cannot stand coming to this thing but I am sort of the prince of Lisa’s life now… so they will steer clear of me… I hear people talking, I hear the things they are saying… it hurts, badly but I know who I am so fuck them. If only they knew, nobody knows… except you my journal friends (I guess I am dead or in Prison if you are reading this) How horrible life is… time to get ready to roll… bought a new shirt, very cool and some board shorts at the Mall. SuperCuts, home and then the FUN begins… I need a break. Let’s Party ALL NIGHT LONG (love that song… wish Madonna had recorded it).

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