12:15am 25/01/2009
  The first Seven (7) people to respond to this post will get something made by me.

This offer does have some restrictions and limitations:

- I make no guarantees that you will like what I make.
- What I create will be just for you.
- It'll be done this year (2009).
- You have no clue what it's going to be. It may be a mix CD. It may be a poem. I may draw or paint something. I might bake you something and mail it to you. Who knows? Not you, that's for sure! Just make sure I have your address, OK?
- I reserve the right to do something extremely strange.
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Greenpeace gets a million points   
09:20pm 16/10/2007

My lord, I almost have to respect them now, even if they are collectively batshit.
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I'm not sure who it is that's doing that, but they're my hero.   
05:34pm 19/04/2007
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AG Gonzales testifying before Senate Judiciary
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01:45am 28/02/2007

I have a paper due later this morning and I just spent the last three hours playing flOw, and then as a consequence Cloud, thanks to you.
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12:59am 31/01/2007
  There are times in the early mornings, when the streets are eerie silent, and the sky glows it's unnatural orange. I like to pretend that I'm a survivor of the zombie apocalypse. There's something gratifying about imagining that everyone else is dead and that I need to make sure they stay that way lest they get my precious, precious brains.  
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I think I voted   
03:04pm 07/11/2006
  entry # 288

When I hear all the nervous Nellies wetting their pants over electronic voting machines. I believe those worries are totally misplaced. Now don’t get me wrong – there’s a 100% chance that the voting machines will get hacked and all future elections will be rigged. But that doesn’t mean we’ll get a worse government. It probably means that the choice of the next American president will be taken out of the hands of deep-pocket, autofellating, corporate shitbags and put it into the hands of some teenager in Finland. How is that not an improvement?

Statistically speaking, any hacker who is skilled enough to rig the elections will also be smart enough to select politicians that believe in . . . oh, let’s say for example, science. Compare that to the current method where big money interests buy political ads that confuse snake-dancing simpletons until they vote for the guy who scares them the least. Then during the period between the election and the impending Rapture, that traditionally elected President will get busy protecting the lives of stem cells while finding creative ways to blow the living crap out of anything that has the audacity to grow up and turn brownish.

The important thing with democracy – and this has always been the case – is that the citizens a) Believe the election result is based on the common sense and voting rights of the citizens, and b) Have enough handguns to wax any politicians who gets too seriously out of line (also known as a “check and balance”).

And here the definition of “seriously out of line” would not include humping interns and stealing from taxpayers. Those things should be allowed, even encouraged, so we can attract the most capable candidates from private industry.

Call me an optimist, but electronic voting machines make me feel good about my country.

Is it too late to start selling bumper stickers that say “I think I voted”?

-Scott Adams
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Oh shibubulu!!   
02:49pm 03/11/2006
mood: ecstatic
entry # 287

So, Blake Ross, one of the principle designers and coders behind Firefox, is making an opensource program/website called parakey that's going to ream MySpace like Firefox did Internet Explorer.

Oh joyous day.
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04:52pm 02/09/2006
  Entry # 286
So, I went and started up a comic, and lacking a better way to distribute it put it on the web. Making it something of a web-comic. you all should check it out.
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09:04am 21/08/2006
  entry #285

so, what can be said about Opus? well, like much of my UU experience, it was a demonstration in extremes, filled with drama that rivals anything I ever saw in YRUU, unrequited crushes, and serious disease all the fuck over, it was still an amazingly fufilling and inspiring event, that for once I feel like I actually contributed to, instead of just being a passive participant, I'm craving that suddenly, to produce, to impact peoples lives, to be able to look at something I've done and thing "that went well". This is what it's like to be alive, the drive and the passion and even the strife that comes along with it isn't so bad once you just learn to roll with the punches. In the last week, people I love dearly have both disappointed me direly and impressed me in ways surpassing anything I'd ever even imagined. This is how I need to live my life, now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go off and write something not LJ.
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05:48pm 28/06/2006
mood: giddy
entry # 284

So, GA.

Wow, just wow.

Things started amazingly, then blew up into this crazy maelstrom of drama, that managed to suprizingly well cohabitate with awesomeness. Then drama subsided and all was excellent once more.

This would have to be the first GA in which I didn't just hang around people I already knew, which I'm sure made for much of the amazingness.

Also, the only GA I've left feeling this giddy.
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02:12pm 26/05/2006
mood: murder-bound
entry # 283

So I have just paid $10 to watch everything I love about the X-men be thoroughly and systematically raped and murdered. This is unfortunate, I now must murder Brett Ratner in his sleep.
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But instead of dying I pooped all over our bed, which is a funnier story in the long run...   
02:03pm 25/05/2006
  entry # 282

Kenneth Lay was convicted

*does a happy dance*
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Saturn is the pimp of the solar system...   
12:21pm 14/02/2006
  Entry # 281

Because I do so love those band wagons.

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Egging that hearse was where we went wrong...   
11:59am 30/01/2006
mood: amused
entry # 280

So I just found out that a certain ex-girlfriend of mine is engaged.

This is quite possibly the most hysterical thing I've ever heard.
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Oh man, I forgot all about that law...   
04:46pm 01/11/2005
mood: flirty
entry # 277

So I found the most fantastic picture yesterday

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Yes, that's me, I was 2. And for those newbies amongst you that was back in the days before windows, so I was using DOS. Shit am I awesome.
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And I thought I had paid my debt to society by paying my overdue fines at the Mulnoma county library   
08:55pm 13/10/2005
  Entry # 276

Oh shit. I have to see this, it just looks. So. Fantastically. Awful.
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Kompressor does not Dance!!!   
06:13pm 28/09/2005
  entry #274

T-minus 30 hours until Serenity

You scored as Kaylee Frye. The Mechanic. You are a natural mechanic, and you are far too sweet and cheerful to live out here. How you can see the good in everyone around you boggles the mind occationally. Still you don't seem to be any crazier than that, and it is a nice kinda crazy.


Kaylee Frye


River Tam


The Operative


Inara Serra


Hoban 'Wash' Washburne


Zoe Alleyne Washburne


Capt. Mal Reynolds


Simon Tam


Shepherd Derrial Book


Jayne Cobb


Which Serenity character are you?
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How the hell is Simon so Low on that list, I mean really?
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What if I had the power to gather all of my favorite MC's...   
04:59am 27/09/2005
mood: restless
with the illest comic book characters and they became arch-enimies.

entry # 273

T-minus 4 days until Serenity

So, I really need to get the fuck out of here, like now. But as that's not really an option at the moment I'm thinking like a week or two, mid-November road trip, of course I need accompanyment for such a venture. Any takers?

A side note: I'm actually very serious about doing this, so if you'd like to go speak up. And if you're going to flake out on me, don't.

Also, every time I listen to this song, I shit myself a little in sheer amazment. But I can't figure out why there's no MF Doom vs. Dr. Doom.
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Poppycock! The mighty illumanati will not be vanquished by a child and a space pony...   
11:20pm 22/09/2005
mood: euphoric
entry # 272

So I have had a fantastic few days. Sure it was mostly a cathartic detatchment from reality via computer games, but shit do I fell better now.

Also, straightforwadness is so fucking refreshing. Seriously. Now I'm realizing that there have been times in my past that I haven't appreciated this because what there was to be straightforward about wasn't what I wanted, but it sure as hell is better than beating around the bush.

Today was just a very happy day.

Also, everyone go and fucking see Serenity next friday. You wont regret it.
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Well, if you were addicted to anti-anxiety drugs you wouldn't care...   
04:02am 09/09/2005
mood: ecstatic
Entry # 271

So public transit is a bitch, and hould never take so much longer than I expect it to.

That being said, I went to Sina's whole comic release dealie and barely caught him and company. I was the very last person to whom he sold anything. But as it turns out he and his friends were going to see Ted Leo and the Pharmacists imediately after that and inquired as to whether or not I'd like to koin them and see if there were any tickets left. There were. Now up to this point I had kinda liked Ted Leo, they were good, but they weren't up on my list of bands to really keep an eye on. Yeah, none of that bullshit anymore. It was fantastic, seriously.
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