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    Journals is a collection of writings and drawings by Kurt Cobain, lead singer and guitarist of the grunge band Nirvana. Though the content is undated, it is arranged in an approximation of chronological order, starting with a letter Cobain wrote to Dale Crover in 1988, and ending with a rant about an interview between Sylvester Stallone and Larry King that he wrote perhaps during his final trip to Rome in 1994. It was published in hardcover by Riverhead Books in November 2002, and in paperback by Riverhead Books in November 2003. Its release polarized fans, some of whom felt it constituted an invasion of Cobain's privacy, and others of whom saw it as a unique opportunity to better understand him. Journals opened at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list.

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    The numerical value of Journals in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

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    The numerical value of Journals in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

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  1. Jack Frankland:

    When you get old, [ there are ] some of the things you can't do, i'm too old to go on runs and keep fit in that sort of way. But I certainly keep my brain going all the time. And I read a lot of scientific journals and things which come to me monthly, and some -- even the British Medical Journal -- once a week.

  2. Joseph Palamar:

    What really stands out about flakka is the wacky behavior that is sometimes associated with its use, it is bizarre, and you will see that word, even in medical journals, because there is no other way to describe it.

  3. Jules Renard:

    I finally know what distinguishes man from other beasts financial worries. - Journals

  4. Barry Svrluga:

    He was in the Navy and he was in a sub-chaser ship, he describes in these journals these night-after-night runs to the coast of France to set buoy markers.

  5. Jessamyn West:

    People who keep journals have life twice.

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