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Wednesday, January 18th, 2006
11:43 am

Who else is love?
pseudomonas me scripsit anno 2005

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Tuesday, September 13th, 2005
11:47 pm
Today is my 34th year of life on Planet Earth.

No drama, no depression, no anything. I'm well, doing good and kicking ass.


Current Mood: elated

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Thursday, January 20th, 2005
5:50 am
Love by ruby mae
Your name
Your partner
You two areMeant for eachother
Your meeting was byChoice
They are yourShoulder to cry on
You are theirShining star
Your love willLast for all eternity
Quiz created with MemeGen!

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Saturday, January 8th, 2005
2:29 am
Well, it is FINALLY here....
Ordered a book from Barnes and Noble on December 27...they told me it would be here after a couple days wait. I checked back with them before the end of the Secular Year and they told me that it would definately be in by the 6th of January. So, yesterday, I wander into B&N, and what do they have for me. MY BOOK!

What, praytell, did I order? Considering that I lost my original copy of this and knowing that I have lots of projects involving the designs in this book, I had to purchase my SECOND copy of "Celtic Charted Designs."

So, in the wee hours of the morning, I started my cross-stitch project, while watching Total Recall.

Yes, I can cross-stitch. I actually enjoy it to a point...although, I wish I could get it done IMMEDIATELY. I lose all sorts of patience when I am actually working on a project (be it chain-maile, sewing, or whatever.)

oh well...back to stitching.

Current Mood: artistic

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Tuesday, January 4th, 2005
1:10 am
I need to start work on this project IMMEDIATELY.

In the year 2005 I resolve to:

Take over the world.

Get your resolution here

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12:51 am
Again, these things are appropriately correct....
May barbarians invade your personal space!
Utinam barbari spatium proprium tuum invadant!

Which Weird Latin Phrase Are You?
brought to you by Quizilla

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Monday, January 3rd, 2005
2:40 pm
New Year's Update....
I'm sore, well-rested and over-caffienated. All is well.

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Wednesday, December 29th, 2004
1:24 am
This really doesn't surprise me at all.....in fact, I find it strange that it sorta hit on one of my original screen-name....

What Kind of Geek are You?
Favourite Color
Your IQ is high
You are a word nerd
Your strength is you can see in the dark
Your weakness is electrons
You think normal people are strange
Normal people think that you are weird
This quiz by owlsamantha - Taken 161620 Times.
New - COOL Dating Tips and Romance Advice!

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Monday, December 27th, 2004
6:11 pm
xmas party at cers_kid's house!!

cers_kid</strong> drank 15 goldschlagers, 14 vodkas, 13 absinthes, 15 mescals, 14 aftershocks and 4 coffee liqueurs.

cers_kid</strong> made violent love with nalidoll</strong> on top of the television.

cers_kid</strong> - "Sober???? Is that a type of tequila. Give us a lick!"

deza</strong> drank 14 aftershocks, 13 ciders, 11 brandys, 10 champagnes, a pernod and 12 vermouths.

deza</strong> was expelled from the house at 7am for taking a piss in a fishtank

wireworkelf</strong> drank a red wine, 9 rums, 15 vermouths, 4 mescals, 14 tequilas and 15 pernods.

Contrary to popular belief wireworkelf</strong> firmly assured the room that they have never considered following "Reindeer Blowing" as a proper career.

s0lstyce</strong> drank 15 tequilas, 12 stouts, 13 absinthes, 6 whiskeys and 11 champagnes.

travelinkat</strong> drank 5 mint juleps, 4 ales, 13 rums, 14 bloody marys, 6 brandys and 13 white russians.

mossygreen</strong> drank 9 cosmopolitans, 2 white russians, 2 poteens, 13 irish creams, 14 pilsners and 9 mint juleps.

bean_drui</strong> drank 9 lagers, 14 pernods, 7 hot toddys and 12 gins.

burlapdragon</strong> drank 10 vermouths, 11 ciders, 14 white wines, 2 cosmopolitans and 3 hot toddys.

nightsashke</strong> drank 4 vermouths, 8 rums, 6 ciders, a sherry and 12 pernods.

kaelgreen</strong> drank a mescal, 13 vermouths, 12 ales and 4 champagnes.

nalidoll</strong> drank 15 everclears and 14 gins.

chry</strong> drank 13 sambuccas, 3 white wines and 8 vodkas.

7 people thought it would be a wise idea to donate their stomach contents to cers_kid</strong>'s kitchen floor!

Xmas Party?

Drunken fights, hammer attacks, glorious turkeys, ridiculous amounts of alcohol, sex, drugs and rock n roll

Enter your name below to experience the ultimate in complete useless bollocks!

Drunken Hero

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Thursday, December 23rd, 2004
5:56 am

What Will cers_kid Get ?
Xmas pressie predictor
Big wooly jumper knitted by wireworkelf
Pair of Socks from nalidoll
Bottle of Whiskey from nightsashke
Cd from to_tsu_wasong
Something Cuddly from essenceofthemus
Something Intoxicating from kaelgreen
Something Silly from travelinkat
Something Funny from sorchawench
Lump of coal from diagabeocht
Something Pretty from shrijani
Something Shiny from white_swan_
Something Naughty from simplysakka
Something Smelly from ophelias_song
Something Breakable from bheansidhe
Something Useful from luighseach
Something not useful from one_woman_army
The Black and Decker Tool Kit from ernthealmighty
Livejournal account from neverenough27
The Make-up Bag from remylava
Stack of DVDs from satan_dot_com
Something Geeky from redpaw


Made by _imran_ and beyond_bananas.
Hosted at Memeland

Looks like I get stinky socks from nalidoll and wireworkelf, I need that big wooly jumper ASAP....it friggin cold up here.

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Monday, December 20th, 2004
10:17 pm
As Requested by burlapdragon....
Keep in mind that this was written long ago....

The Circle of Life Continues...
(even in BFE, America)

The circle of life isn't just a line from a famous Disney movie but a fact that forces one to realize that everyday it exists. The sun rises to shed light into this small corner of the world. New lives are just beginning with a push and a gentle hand while others lie down for the last time knowing that their circle is complete. Buildings are torn down making way for new ones to be erected, carefully planned and executed with twentieth-century precision. Same ole shit, different day. Those days progress into weeks and then years. The wheel turns yet again.

This just happens to be about a small 24-hour restaurant in the asshole of America.

"What does this restaurant have to do with the circle of life?" (Pause and Ponder)

Well, these are my observations and personal accounts while injecting my system with endless streams of godlike nectar from my cup. This restaurant has a life of its own and for the last several years, I have been involved in its circle. The restaurant offers travel weary crusaders some time off the road. Friends and family meet here to discuss the happenings of their lives. It allows those who drank too much to come and sober themselves over gut-wrenching food. This place occupies a miniscule part of town but intertwined throughout many different lives across the country.

I first entered the circle about six years ago, knowing only that this place offered something to eat. It was after an evening had run its course that six others and I went here to seek refuge in hopes of getting hot meals to fill our stomachs. We all sat in the back room, away from the whooping and hollering customers. In our group, there was a violinist from Dallas, a weirdo from OKC, an artist of vision and sound, a couple of actors on the road, a Beat cat in grunge and a Chinese girl who I have no idea what she did. The party complete and ready, we sat down and began to talk.

What was intended to be a short visit turned into an eight-hour commune in the back room of this restaurant. We discussed a variety of subjects, from the evening's activities to our hopes and dreams to just plain silliness. It took us eight hours to become good friends where it takes others a lifetime. But the most important thing I remember was indulging myself to unearthly contentment at this meeting: my first binge drinking experience. Not of the alcohol persuasion, but that of which the god Juan Valdez had picked himself and bestowed upon the human race; COUGH-EE! Our little group guzzled about twelve wonderful pots of this magickal brew that night. This began my journey around the circle of this delightful little restaurant in BFE, America.

I have gone to this restaurant over the years to engage in mindful activity, whether it be writing an essay, studying a book that I recently purchased, or talking among friends. I have met people that I could trust and call brother there. I've communed with others of my guild and discussed our part that we play in life. Good times, as well as sad, are remembered. To me, this was and still is the most sacred place on earth. Why? Because it became home.

Since then, I have probably consumed about a thousand dollars worth of coffee. I have notebooks filled with poetry, sketches, essays, drawings, notes, pencil squiggles and other assorted items, including coffee coasters (with stains) and used sugar packets. But these items came from endless hours with my friends and a few strangers. My only observation of the circle that this restaurant weaves on a daily basis. It's there but most fail to recognize it happening and enfolding their life into its grasp. People throughout this and other towns remember the ambiance of the restaurant: the way people filed into and out of the place, the way the staff received and served them. The several small things that people take for granted. That all adds up to my special love for the place.

What is the point about the circle of life? I really cannot tell you. It's there. Places and people dance into our lives to an underlying rhythm that nobody can seem to put a name to. Some call that rhythm God, or Great Spirit, or BOB, or whatever man can use to distinguish it vocally to another. But I just sit here feeling that my journey with this restaurant is coming to a close. My circle complete, I must now move on into the great wilderness that we call the Circle of Life.

Current Mood: nostalgic

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10:10 pm
Getting fuzzy again....don't know how long it'll stick around before I shave it off.

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Tuesday, December 7th, 2004
1:45 am
Poll #398771 Send me your address for CD mixes.....

What is your address so I can get this CD to you in a reasonable time frame?

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Sunday, December 5th, 2004
10:36 pm
Using my new Icon....


(runs away laughing....)

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Wednesday, December 1st, 2004
5:32 am
eh....sorry...got disconnected last night. Went to the bathroom and my big toe decided to hit the power switch on my backup battery.

OH FUCK! was the first words outta my mouth. Then ten minutes later when Yoda decided to finally boot up, you were gone.

Bloody hell. And the conversation was getting good.


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Tuesday, November 23rd, 2004
7:51 pm

In a Battle to the Death, who do you think would win?

Foamy the Squirrel from Neurotically Yours
Invader Zim
Spike from Cowboy Bebop
George W. Bush

In a Battle of Wits, who do you think would win?

Foamy the Squirrel
Invader Zim
Edward & Ein from Cowboy Bebop
George W. Bush

Current Mood: combative

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4:49 pm
5. A PAID LJ account.....

Thank you whoever paid for my LJ account.

You have made my life more complete. I mean that from the bottom of my moosy heart.

(and I get to use my new icon).

Current Mood: grateful

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Monday, November 15th, 2004
12:20 am
Hmmmmm....the "Toy"? I can live with that....
Back from TRF...tired, cold, and a wee bit wet (at the moment).

Lots of laughs...lots of alcohol...lots of good times.

And I got to play in the fire. It was good.

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Wednesday, November 10th, 2004
7:48 am
The Stars are watching....
My horrorscope had this to say - You don't like it when things are cluttered, and right now, there could be a sense of disorder in your home.

Could be? Bloody hell, it IS! Damn YOU STARS....frigging peeping Toms is what they are.

Don't you hate it when the Universe does that?

Current Mood: busy

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7:42 am
Been a long frigging week here in the household. The front room looks like it has puked up various bits of odd cloth and thread as I continue to make several pieces of costume for the up coming Renaissance Festival.

So much to do in so little time.

Hopefully, there will be pics to post after said event.

Current Mood: awake

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