Monthly Archives: March 2007

Blogging and Openness

I’ve mused about this idea before a little, but this post over at Molly’s got me thinking about it again.


Drawing test

Found this drawing test over at Trenchie’s. Interesting.

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The Secret: What a scam.

In the last two days, I have read two articles on The Secret. The articles are: Oprah’s Ugly Secret on Salon Reader Inspired Topic #2 on Dancing Down the Moon. I highly recommend reading both articles, but what they boil … Continue reading


The Lost One: A Life of Peter Lorre

by Stephen Youngkin This book has been WAY long in coming, and it kind of shows. Youngkin’s prose reads like it’s been polished one or two too many times. So far, though, I’m enjoying it. It’s a bit sad, of … Continue reading

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Monday Melee

The Monday Melee!

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Aah, the life of a geek

I have The Best Fiance Ever(tm). He got me a Palm Tungsten E2 for my birthday, to replace my oldass Palm IIIxe. It is a thing of beauty, it really is. Color screen, about a jilion pixels compared to the … Continue reading

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This post over at Sad Salvation raises an interesting point. (Be sure to read the Followup post too.) I agree that using torture as “entertainment” is messed up. That’s the reason I refused to see “The Passion of the Christ.” … Continue reading

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Hippo birdie two me!

Well, I’m 29. My last year of being a twenty-something. Let’s see how I’m doing on my 25 Things To Do In The Next 25 Years:

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Courtesy of Wordweaverlynn. Meme rules : Leave me a comment saying, “Me, Me!!!” while waving your hand in the air. I will respond by asking you five questions. You will update your LJ with the answers to the questions. You … Continue reading


Rough day

Today I did three things: Euthanized my beloved pony, Shane. Scanned a ton of family photos, including several of Shane and other pets I’ve loved and had to let go. Reorganized my books. There’s nothing like semi-mindless, organized labor to … Continue reading