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Thumbelina's One Night Stand [Jun. 2nd, 2006|02:39 pm]
Martin's artwork in Melissa McClelland's "Thumbelina's One Night Stand".
I hope I haven't broken any copyright laws.

From the cd bookletCollapse )
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Grade 8 Math [Feb. 15th, 2006|09:40 am]
You Passed 8th Grade Math

Congratulations, you got 10/10 correct!
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(no subject) [Dec. 10th, 2005|10:29 am]
You Are 25 Years Old

Under 12: You are a kid at heart. You still have an optimistic life view - and you look at the world with awe.

13-19: You are a teenager at heart. You question authority and are still trying to find your place in this world.

20-29: You are a twentysomething at heart. You feel excited about what's to come... love, work, and new experiences.

30-39: You are a thirtysomething at heart. You've had a taste of success and true love, but you want more!

40+: You are a mature adult. You've been through most of the ups and downs of life already. Now you get to sit back and relax.
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Tickets [Sep. 16th, 2005|10:35 am]
[mood |giddygiddy]

Woohoo, Leaf tickets.
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New Focus to This Journal [Sep. 15th, 2005|02:22 pm]
I read it, then I forget it. I have always been that way. The good thing about that is that I can re-read a book, and not really know where it is going. Strange, not sure if this is abnormal or not. So, anyway, I know I have read lots of good things, poetic things, horrible things, potential life-changing things, but, well I forget. Time to start keeping track of those lines, paragraphs, chapters etc that open my eyes when I am reading them, and promptly forget them 2 days afterwards.

The first one I just read about an hour ago:

"Russia had trusted herself to take the car, though she already felt like a driver on a stretch of black ice: no grip on the road, and many futures vying to become her next reality."

Martin Amis, Yellow Dog (Canada: Alfred A. Knopf, 2003) p 33.
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Princess Bride Meme [Aug. 25th, 2005|06:56 am]
Inigo Montoya
You scored 90% and that makes you...
While you are really good at this stuff, there is still some people out there that are just a little better. Don't worry though, you can still make friends with giants and pirates; and that is always a good thing. Brush up on the movie and try again.

My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:

free online dating free online dating
You scored higher than 30% on Knowledge
Link: The Princess Bride Fan Test written by Flamescale on Ok Cupid
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Where to post, where to post [Jul. 6th, 2005|08:56 pm]
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So, I don't really post all that often, but I now have a new dilemma. I have a few people that I like to stay in touch with that are using MySpace. I put it off for awhile, but I have just recently caved in and setup an account on MySpace. Now, while I know that there are not that many out there reading my posts, (2 of you at last count), when I do post, it makes sense that it gets read. Aaaarrrrggghh is that ever a convoluted sentence.

You know what I mean anyways.

So, I guess until some better solution comes along, when I post something on LiveJournal, I will put a link to it in my MySpace blog, and vice versa...

Latest post in MySpace here. I love that album more and more every time I listen to it.
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New CDs [Jun. 17th, 2005|09:30 am]
[mood |happyhappy happy]
[music |Afterword - Christine Fellows]

woohoo, just got 3 new CDs delivered today. Thanks Six Shooter. Robin, did you have anything to do with this?
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English Language Butchered [Jun. 16th, 2005|01:48 pm]

What in the world do Gary Roberts and Oki printers have in common? Right, absolutely nothing. And Gary (Oki copy writers) it is a "fitness regimen", not "fitness regiment".

While we are on the subject, when adding a personal story to a speech, sermon, history or biography, it is an "amusing anecdote", not "amusing antidote".

Finally, from the front page of pga.com, the golf course is not "bearing its teeth", it is "baring its teeth".

At what point in time did we stop caring at all about what we say or how we say it?
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I always wondered what Eddie was saying... [Jun. 15th, 2005|10:12 am]
Now i know.

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