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Win An Oscar, Get Justice, & More: Courtney Love's Real Goals For 2013

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    Indeed, Courtney Love has been having a spate of home troubles lately. In a move that might combat her negative press, she let the team at xoJane into her place to photograph the "horrific" changes — and the revealing photos are quite a surprise. Instead of the drug den/fire hazard initially reported, Courtney's West Village digs feature tons of antiques, photos of Frances Bean, and...a weird, incredibly specific to-do list.

    The photos capture some curious Courtney-isms, but none of more strange than her whiteboard of goals, which include (and we quote): "Get a loan for Earn $25 million. Purchase 2 properties. Get a great lawyer and get justice from the government. [Ed. Note: We'd reckon this is over her much-publicized money troubles.] Get a 3 great movies and get an Oscar in 2013." Yowza. Her goals are way more impressive than ours, which include heading down to the gym and finally adding to our savings account. Also, is anyone else surprised to see how neat and sane her handwriting looks?

    For more of the unexpected, click through our slideshow to see our picks from the exposé. (xoJane)

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