0
VIEW 15 of 15 COMMENTS
greaser:
That's okay, you're saying quite a lot. Thank you, my friend.
cptpyjama:
The newest series of Doctor Who is the best one yet biggrin

You are of course my favourite smile

And I am generally doing very well; I have friends, like an actual social group, and I've never had a real one of them before, so it is very exciting.

I'm glad to hear you're on the mend, strokes are scary things :/ here's me wishing for you to be happy and healthy in the future.
0
Note: I posted this journal a year ago when I was phroggmoulis, which, apparently I still am(?) surreal Anyway...

My mother had finished her classes for the semester at Belhaven College and was preparing for final exams in the coming week. Her brother was working on a business correspondence course and getting ready for band practice. His days were divided between his job at Pilot Life...
Read More
VIEW 4 of 4 COMMENTS
dryad:
well I don't put THAT much thought into it. I just know who I talk to. tongue
velvet_petal:
I have family phrogg! This is pretty exciting for an only like me.

New found family and friends are all good thing in my book.
0
This is the only poem I have on hurricanes. I have "country cousins" all over south Mississippi. They got slammed in '69 by Camille, and they got slammed again in '79 by Frederick. Looks like they've gotten slammed again. I heard stories of Frederick and the aftermath.

This was an assignment for a college class - hence the meter and rhyme scheme.

Frederick Came By...
Read More
VIEW 5 of 5 COMMENTS
prettyinsanity:
Heh I seem to be getting more insane by the day.. but I dunno about the prettiness :p

Thanks for your comment smile kiss
xathelin:
Not to hi-jack your post, but...well yeh...I am going to. smile

Sounds like you and your sister have some pretty interesting conversations. My brothers have absolutely no interest in that kind of conversation, mores the pity.

You're absolutely right about the power thing. But I still don't understand it. What is the point of attempting to deny the beauty of the male form? Granted, its a very vocal way to try and empower one sex by bringing the other down, but really, who benefits from that kind of thing? I find it so frustrating that people can think that way.

It didn't really occur to me that the whole 'no penis' thing could stem from anger. But the more I think about it, the more logical it seems and I think that that anger is also connected to the whole power issue. I have no idea why I didn't see it before. Still seems like a ridiculously passive-agressive way to express it, in my ever-so humble opinion. And its particularly strange on those occasions when this kind of comment comes from the very same people who will happily drool over male celebrities. Ahh...the female mind, I'll never understand it - and I am one!

Anyhow, there's nothing wrong with cerebral conversations about penises. Even if it is with someone from another continent. I can understand Bush giving you the desire to move here - but really, who needs an excuse to want to live here? Its brilliant. wink

PS Ghost World - wow, I'd almost forgotten about that movie. It was brilliant. I must watch it again sometime soon. Thanks for the reminder!
0
Dudes, our band opened for the Beach Boys last night!!! Now come on, you know that's cool, that's over the top cool. You also know that you can sing the lyrics to all of their songs and can't help but start dancing to them. That is something that goes on our resume, for sure. Also there was Dean Torrence from Jan and...
Read More
VIEW 4 of 4 COMMENTS
digapony:
It's UNiversity of Centraly Florida. And New College is in Sarasota on the west coast of Florida.

I want to go to Europe really badly..I hope to go to school somewhere in the UK eventually. yay.
puddincat:
AAAAHAHA...

That was the cutest weirdest story!!!! My crabs are lazy asses man, I wonder if they have stuff like that at the jersey shore? I would so go to cheer em on!
0
Our Caribbean band played this morning in Asheville (Arden, really) at the grand opening of the World Market. There was a nice fresh breeze blowing through the Swannanoa Valley that was most pleasant. The World Market seems like a really cool place to look for strange stuff. Please nobody tell me they use Indonesian slave labor or something - I would be bummed. Something tells me...
Read More
VIEW 6 of 6 COMMENTS
gypsyphoenix:
so where is this pitcher's on clemson marina? more importantly, where is clemson marina? biggrin

have a good weekend!
photomares:
no shit! what would you say to someone who told you i can pull your tooth for free. shocked
0
Whether it's because I'm a new SG member or whether because it's 99.9 freakin degrees outside... I'M NAKED!!! I'm here in my sky clad glory on Saturday night browsing the site. It's too bad I'm so video-impaired... no web cam or photos... cause this should be shared. What a gorgeous hunk of geezer!!!

I was rear ended...
Read More
VIEW 6 of 6 COMMENTS
mudball:
ok...this place looks like it may go somewheres special. i'm mainly intrigued...and wondering...if you are really a typing cat (as the picture suggests)? it would explain a lot about the nakedness. but then I would begin to question the robe? seems like a very immobile piece of hosiery for a feline to wearthat is unless it were a cat sized robe. tailored perhaps? ok, now im scaring myself eeek
mythicus:
that's exactly where the picture's from. it's just a wallpaper that i resized.
0
Still waiting for pics of self that will "work" for posting. Meanwhile a few pics of our lovely children.
wildorchid:
Sure thing I'll join in and see how I can contribute, if at all.
0
Tonight we went to the local "Cindy Sheehan" anti-war vigil at the Federal Building. It was a pretty good turnout, we thought, for our little southern city. Some of the relatives of KIA's in Iraq were there. I wasn't really in the "mood" to do this tonight, but I decided if nothing else I should exercise my right to protest, peacefully. Having gone...
Read More
necia:
A "BOUNTY"? That sounds horrible--hahahaha--"Fresh meat, y'all!"

I've always marveled at that Nixon story--the very thought of the president coming face-to-face with random protesters in the middle of the night is astonishing to me. Am I too young to remember the pre-9/11 state of things? Or have I just gotten that used to it? I remember airports before then . . . But in today's climate of constant fear, I just can't imagine any president doing something that, ever. Strange.

[Edited on Aug 20, 2005 9:12PM]
0
Thirty days exactly now until we board our flight for England and Ireland. K is busily booking lodging, cars for hire and "trip protector" if the event we had to cancel.

School starts next Monday but I am anxious to get over there, look at the new facility and grab 2-3 teachers so I can map out at least the first part of the school...
Read More
necia:
Added you back. smile Glad you like the name--it's from an older Tori Amos song.

This place is addictive, already--I'll feel better about it once I get my paycheck for this period. wink
0
Trying to be somewhat disciplined about this journal thing.

I woke up this morning with Hammerhead. I won't be going to Atlanta after all. My sinuses had been behaving themselves for most of the summer until this week. I'm allergic to weather.

But I'm no hot house baby! Last night our Caribbean band played to a big crowd at a community concert...
Read More
fatality:
It's often very hard to be disciplined about journaling. Especially over time...
0
Lightning bolt hit near our house on Tues. afternoon so have been mostly offline since then. Our cable modem has gone squirrely - no DHCP or IP assignments for my upstairs computer. Tonight I finally bit the bullett and signed up for a 3 month trial of MSN - I'm back on dial-up!!! Wierdest feeling. I'm flashing back to the mid- Nineties! Gawd! Well, it...
Read More
0
Just saw a most interesting program on History Channel about "Dragons"; all world cultures have dragon mythology with striking similarities, etc. Several scientists had hypotheses on how this developed, e.g. finding dino bones, primeval fears of the dark, of methane fires, of the unknown. Some were fairly plausible. What they barely touched on was the "dragon" within, the Archetype. No one mentioned the Kundalini...
Read More