Blogs

  1. a comment on ReBi's most recent blog

    since comments don't appear on hers all the time :confused: anyways, so I'll just write what I have to say here :) followed the link, some of the topics actually did not have the corresponding text :confused: still the ones I read were interesting, however, I cannot condone what he did, not that I have not been there myself :o actually, it was one of the first things that crossed my mind the first time I looked out my 11th story bedroom window :crazy: just for a milisecond, if...
  2. Close your eyes, and think of somone you physically admire.....

    Well my current plan on getting over him really isn't working, I'm trying so hard to find someone else, someone who actually wants me back but still all I him of is him. If I'm out with someone else I don't wanna be there, I can't concentrate, they're just not him. I spend my time thinking through our conversations and looking for clues that maybe he does have real feelings for me, dreaming of situations where we could be together. When I talk to him I find myself hinting very strongly at...
  3. Couldn't Get Over Your Nine-Leaf Clover

    Happy St. Patty's Day ... [MEDIA=youtube]b6DqVqZugM8[/MEDIA]
  4. Are You Lonesome Tonight?

    I feel such an intense emptiness inside.I feel like there is a giant hole in my heart.I feel so incredibly alone. I do have my family and I love them. This is a different kind of loneliness. It`s only recently that this feeling has become so strong.I guess you could call it a longing for companionship and a feeling of intimacy with someone.Perhaps even love.I`m having a hard time dealing with this.I had/have pretty much resigned myself to not having that.It`s a longing I suppose most humans...
  5. There Must Be Something

    Smart people, who hit a blind spot and go wrong, and who cannot admit that they are wrong, are perhaps some of the dumbest, most stubborn arseholes anywhere in the whole entire multiverse. I hate to see it happen to a smart person. I'm not a blithering idiot, usually, and I have had it happen to me enough and been so embarrassed by the further realisation, (spelled correctly for where I currently live), that I have come to second guess my own knowledge from time to time. However, when...
  6. Funny knitted mask

    It looks like a beard. A very trusting beard. :straightface:
  7. And the songs that saved your life

    I couldn't get this song out of my head, so I went to watch the video on youtube. I love the running guitar riff. I like music that has the mental translation of movement. I also like landscape music. Where as soon as the song starts, you get a picture of a landscape in your mind. And then, if it travels as well, that's even better! How bizarre that in a song where it talks about a plane falling from the sky, it shows a total solar eclipse. Both of which happened within a week of each...
  8. my "China record": 1 week sober! - another month of music - Moz's book

    I know its only a week, but I am think I am done with craving it after a hard day at work :straightface: the real test comes Sunday night when I go out on a date :eek: not that I drink then, but if does not go well, and it being the 20th then and all, well, it could get bad :squiffy: wow, knew I was listening to a lot of Bauhaus, but did not realize it was that much, funny how the "80s nostalgia" thing for me includes both them and Madonna :crazy: See some comedy albums on there too,...
  9. Bradley Steyn vs. Steven Patrick Morrissey

    This is what I think happened. Moz hires Steyn to be his bodyguard or security staff member. Moz requests that David Tseng be removed from the queue line at the Santa Ana gig as he has imposed a lifelong ban on David attending his concerts. In his classic hyperbolic style, Morrissey and/or the tour manger, adds/asks Steyn, either while alone or in the presence of other security team members, if David "could get hurt" and "could be gotten rid of." Then they discussed how to get his home...
  10. Elegia

    Elegia (Longest Goodbye) No verse Only Reflections In tears Words If any Mostly Muddled Nothing Left To say To do Time Continues Without You LISTEN
  11. Ten Greatest Documentary Films of All Time

    Grey Gardens, Albert and David Maysles, 1976 Albert and David Maysles, pioneers in the cinéma vérité movement of documentary filmmaking, chose for their subjects of this film a mother and daughter with celebrity connections. Edith Bouvier Beale and her daughter, Edie (or, as they are called by the brothers, Big Edie and Little Edie), are aunt and cousin to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. In the early '70s, their 28-room mansion in Long Island's tony community of East Hampton was found to be a...
  12. True Love

    Just got home and checked my email. This was in my inbox. I have the best mom ever. To be loved and cherished by a person who is so amazing is truly a gift.
  13. Netflix is a Dangerous Drug

    Netflix: no breaks; no commercials; no pauses to go pee; no opportunities to defocus—just one episode after another—binge-watching on the cheap. With a trial subscription it's free for thirty days. Thirty free days to get you hooked. Once hooked, your endless drug supply will cost a mere $7.99 a month. That is less than 30 cents a day for all the TV shows and movies one can ingest. Is there a cheaper drug on the market? Doubtful. I spent the last few days in a daze-induced Dexter...
  14. OKStupid

    Wow. OK. So I am not off to a great start. OKCupid could just as easily be called OKStupid at this point. Or maybe I should just say OKStupid, in reference to myself—as in what were you thinking, silly girl? Let's just say I have not exactly come across the cream of the crop. Or any crop worth harvesting at all. But being the open minded, fun-loving, and inquisitive person that I am, I have answered all messages and been very generous with my time and replies. Oh don't ask why. I really...
  15. Christopher Hitchens' ~ For the Sake of Argument

    I just found a little gem of an essay written by Anthony Lock, the founding editor of the online news-source The Secularist, and a writer for the online magazine Technorati. He argues that the terms left and right are misleading and are often used to obscure relevant truths in important political discussions. I completely agree with his position. Do you? Read essay here: For the Sake of Argument The title of Locks' s essay mirrors the book "For the Sake of Argument" by Christopher Hitchens.
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