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from muppet23 :
How can it be<p> That you wrote an entry for me<p> When your site is still under <p> Lock and Key?
from muppet23 :
Errrr, you're still locked!!! =(
from plopphizz :
Hi all. I am not password locked to protect my writing. I am password locked because my Gold Account is gone and all of my images are broken and I need to come up with an alternative way to display them. So don't worry, you are not missing any new content...just a crappy broken layout. -- Ploppy.
from random2285 :
I have been a lurker for some time on this here blog. (lurker always sounds like stalker to me) I have enjoyed it very much and if you are trying to get rid of me with the password thing. Well you better realize that I will ask for one. AGAIN and again and again and again.............
from muppet23 :
What is THIS?? Password?? =( I have no password...
from vickithecute :
The Snoutmackers make up most of my business. They work at a restaurant whose name I'm not using...but it rhymes with Snoutmack. Heh.
from mommylap :
He did a locked entry in the westyrex diary a while ago, because of course when I saw westyrex I got all !!! and then couldn't get in and was sad.
from mommylap :
That is crazy- because in social time, it's been like no time has passed at all, but in real life, with work and stuff it seems like a year for sure. I'm missing bony now. The last entry he did was locked, and I feel like he's lost, with no $, internet etc. It's irksome.
from x-plicity :
Hey, Sugar! Yeah, I locked...it was for my own well being, though. I might open up again but not after a very long while. If you want the password e-mail me at eurydice10@msn.com *huggles*
from dandydandy :
The maroon is the result of a momentary lack of judgment. Or, yes, you popped a blood vessel in your eye.
from nerdisalexa :
ohhhhh I love the blog about the MSN disappointed smiley! So true.
from breatheasigh :
congratulations on the year annivesary MR Plopphizz :)
from smedindy :
Ah. Well, the CD reviews are an offshot of some CD mix chains coming around. What happened is that I made mixes for people, and they have taken upon themselves to review them song for song (and I had some people send me their faves and unfaves). So that's that. I don't solicit the reviews, they just do them!
from xat :
I had high hopes for "Gory, Gory, Hallelujah" but they were cruelly dashed. I always thought that one could never go wrong with a gang o' Elvii--but evil Elvii?! *gasp* The horror. The horror. >|
from xat :
Uh. Yeah. "Stiked" is the Stumptown version of "stoked." (An' if you believe that, I got a bridge for sale....)
from xat :
Damn, that was fast. Uhm. Thank you for the congratulations. I'm pretty stiked, duuuuude. Yeah. I reviewed "Undead", "Saw" and "Saw II", "Six-String Samurai", "Bram Stoker's Way of the Vampire", "L4yer Cake", "Modern Vampires", "Exorcism of Emily Rose", "Ilsa, She-Devil of the SS", "Ultraviolet", "Gory, Gory, Hallelujah", and the Japanese genre of 1970s sexploitation flicks known as Pinky Violence. *phew* I rock. Or something.
from lady-frenzy :
Thank you kindly.
from qwert :
oh n3at
from smedindy :
Woot! Giggity! Thanks!
from ramble-on :
Ploppy, I have a link for you that I'm certain you will love. It has been a while since I have left any notes or anything, and for that I am sorry. Anyway....http://www.patentlysilly.com might I suggest the archive section and most anything under health and hygiene?
from dandydandy :
The placentas will be dried out, powdered and capsulized for a menopause remedy. Okay, no, it is of the hippie notion that it's really cool to plant the placenta with a tree. The heavy flow of postpartum hormones drive sentimental feelings to astronomical levels so that some suckers, like me, agree to place the placenta in the freezer for a later planting date. Only those who are truly serious about these notions follow through. As far as taking the mystery out of boobies, I apologize. Having breastfed a large portion of my life, I forgot that they had mystery. Heck, I even forgot that they belong to me.
from sheisdancing :
awwwwwww. no, silly. i just can't keep up with all your correspondence, usually. lo siento. :) how are you?
from xat :
*Quoted*? Dang. I shall now require virtual kowtows (just knock the noggin on the keyboard three times), and a rousing chorus of the "Cockroach that Ate Cincinnati" before anyone can read my idle prattlings. *rim shot* >=) Thank you for quoting me. I'm all a-flutter. **!X.
from breatheasigh :
so you are the face behind qouted?..interesting (does the whole maxwell smart suspicious look only i look cuter because i'm a girl) ;o)..loved the entry on the dog and walking btw..
from dulcibella :
Thanks for quoting me, am really chuffed!
from sparkspark :
Why, thank you! XOXO Violet
from fightn4life :
Thank you so much for adding me. :) I was reading your diary and love it, I'll be back to back track to hear more of what you have to say. I'll be adding you some time this evening. Sorry CSI is on in a few. :) Sandyz
from dandydandy :
The last two paragraphs of the last entry. Golden. Simply Gold.
from breatheasigh :
so i came back for more..i've been reading back and i am absolutely shattered to see that you call your dog *doofus*..and here i was sitting over yonder thinking that i made that word up sometime ago..but no..it's been around the world and now used to call a dog..whatever will the men i've called doofus think? tee hee
from joleen :
Whoops, spelled it wrong... Vertamae. Sorry.
from joleen :
My LJ name is Vertame - but that journal is 'friends only' - if you're a registered LJer I can add ya. :)
from x-plicity :
The theme is "Dirty Little Secrets" but you can write whatever you want! *grin*
from dandydandy :
Pharmacist, what does one take for hallucinations of diary updates?
from joleen :
You're welcome for the 'add', and thanks for adding me too (though I don't write here much anymore - I sort of moved over to LiveJournal). I love Edward Gorey's drawings - I have one on my 'older' pages as well, and one in my SignMyGuestbook guestbook. I found a bunch online a long time ago, and sort of put them all over the place. Re: the Lao Tzu quote? The Tao is a great little bit of wisdom, and I lean toward Tibetan Buddhism, if I have to choose a religion. That quote in particular really suits me, it is me. :)
from joleen :
I'm waiting for someone to decide he has time to see me, and begin a real live relationship with me - we started something, but he's very busy and hasn't had time to fit me in. Right now it's in the email stage - we have met in person, but only once.
from fridayfilms :
Hey wait - are you 'quoted'? Then I should be thanking you (I should anyway; thanks for enjoying my page!).
from dandydandy :
Gah! FINE! I admit it!
from dandydandy :
What? (It's a joke, ya know?)
from dandydandy :
Yeah, I really do miss your comments. I didn't realize how much until just now. I don't think your comments make you look fat. I guess I really wouldn't know for sure. However, your comments do seem to have a high caloric count. Luckily, they also appear to be fat free. Blogmad is free and pretty cool. Definitely worth joining at least to see what its all about. You earn credits by surfing blogs and your credits go towards views when others surf. You would probably grab a lot of readers seeing as how you are so uniquely entertaining. The Celebrity Sex Camp Meme...well, here's a link to the first one of a series. It is explained there. http://dandydandy.diaryland.com/mondayhot.html I lost my steam for it and never finished it. Is this note long enough? This is the note that never ends, it just goes on and on and on...
from smedindy :
Ah, I'm going out of town - but next week I'll look for sure!
from sheisdancing :
ok, ok, words, right. i'm working on it. you've caught me--i'm guilty of silence. i confess i am a prisoner held incommunicado by my own self-pity and laziness. shame shame on me. i'll write you something soon.
from saru-san :
I meant to answer your note when I first read it, but I suck at this "communication" thing. I am Exiled in Dallas because my company did a sort of squeeze-play to get me to relocate here. Fortunately, I had enough sense to impose a time limit (2 years, of which less than 200 days remain) after which I get to renegotiate my position and get the hell out of here!
from muppet23 :
I think it was a single guy, sitting and rolling on an office chair (under a spot light), and playing three instruments. I cannot remember it so easily now, but I know we enjoyed it!
from x-plicity :
Happy V-day! *heart* X
from dandydandy :
It hasn't arrived yet, but I suppose we'll find a place for it somewhere. I'm still trying to figure out how we can rig it up for use without dropping a bunch of money on more equipment.
from muppet23 :
I think I have you listed as a guest speaker on my site. I don't know what that means, but you are free to write me an entry that's actually dedicated to me and doesn't contain the word "unoriginal" in the title... *giggle*
from barelytzu :
Thanks for the add. To answer your question: Scientology. What a whopper of a brain-washer. Much like a car-wash for the mind, but far more expensive. Thanks mom and dad!
from muppet23 :
I haven't read your entry yet and therefore I do not feel it to be appropriate to leave a comment in THERE. I did, though, have a chance to check out your latest Christmas Massacre and I thoroughly enjoyed the slaying. I will not apologize for my outburst and nor shall I attempt to account for it... All I can say is I'm crazy. F'ing crazy. =) Besides, it's not my fault that NO ONE has updated their SHIT in five hundred days...
from serenaville :
Thank you so much, for the info on where to find the movie! I watched it, and really enjoyed it. Having my paraphrased quote featured, is every bit as cool as being quoted! I have the addy saved for future viewings. Thanks again! :)
from x-plicity :
Just dropped by to give you some *hugs*
from serenaville :
My. Thank YOU for the kind inclusion in Quoted for the HoHoQuotes. I'm warmed! It's an honor to be nominated, as well. Luckily for you, my acceptance speech is in my other couture gown... ;)
from hairburner :
ploppy why are you locked? Hope everything is ok...
from vickithecute :
You're locked? I just linked you and now I find you're locked? Oh woe, oh despair, oh cruel fortune. And stuff.
from dandydandy :
I'm a little bummed right now. Was just going to get a fill of Plop's archives (since it has been a long time with no update) and have discovered that I won't have any Plop fun after all. Hope all is a-ok!
from sherpahigh :
Let's have a small moment of silence today... in remembrance... and play a lot of Lennon's work.... The words he could have left... the things he could of changed. And lets have a smile today for him... for the things he did say... for the peace he did create.
from poos :
goobz
from poos :
..cant see ur diary nemor cos its locked bu EARLY MERRY XMAS!! i really hate what christmas is turning into. especially here. everyone's so materialistic about it. i mean, everyone loves presents, but it isnt the point of christmas. companies just exploit it to sell their stuff, and everyone feels pressured into spending money...
from smedindy :
Hey, you're locked. Can you send me the password or are there issues??
from smedindy :
Hey, just wanted to let you know that I've started a massive music project in December!
from x-plicity :
*jazz hands*
from dandydandy :
I know I'm supposed to thank you for the quote, but I just don't feel like I deserve the credit in the first place. In lieu of thanks, I'll have those kids send you their rendition of RootBeer Man. It's right up your alley.
from wilberteets :
Thanks for the note. I'm honored. I got quoted! :-)
from smedindy :
Hey, thanks for ye olde comment. I've done a lot of music entries in the past that mention a lot of songs - and was thinking of doing a top 100 songs played when I reset my iPod counter. I guess I'm to chameleonic or too indecisive to list a proper top 100 songs, though I bet I could do albums at some point, if I really run out of things to write about.
from dandydandy :
I love how you notice things no one else does. I especially like it when you notice things in my entries that no one else seems to. I also love it when you write about things that no one else notices. This is a fan note, did you notice?
from sewer-rat :
Yeah, quoted happens to be on my buddy list, and it was quite a surprise to see myself on there!
from zencelt :
Thanks for the note Ploppy. I feel quite honored.
from poos :
wat are your kids names?? i have probably read that in your diary somewhere but i have a really crap memory. nz people seem to like ppl with american accents. i sorta have one because in korea you learn english american, but then i came to nz and started to speak new zeald (i cant spell bu its something like that).
from sheisdancing :
huggggggggggggs. or something. i appreciate all notes from you, regardless of whether you think they make sense. because. yerrrr awesome. and the "red eye"? i had no idea. spooooky.
from dandydandy :
I forgot to mention that I already figured out that you are an ass, so no worries! How did I figure it out so quickly and without help? Well, the fact of the matter is, the sweet, nice and evenly sugar coated variety of people? They can't stand me.
from dandydandy :
Please excuse the poor grammar below. It isn't my fault. The coffee maker is brewing really slow.
from dandydandy :
I've read a little mommylap and I liked! Isn't it scary when you don't feel like your writing is that good--or anything else for that matter--and then someone comes along and compliments you? Freaky dude. But, in all seriousness, thanks! You made my day.
from mommylap :
Why do you think that I can speak with such authority about the obviousness of MaryAnn? I've bought that mold, I know it's surefire, and I know how obvious I am...
from mommylap :
I always say that mom-on-roof channels Erma Bombeck. I'm more like some bad v-j that you can't remember the name of..
from poos :
what year was it wen you were seven..............?
from meine-kleine :
Haha, I think I was more questioning the quality of the entry, but thanks!
from dandydandy :
Oh, maybe it was when I used the word antacid, alkaline, or maybe, score me some?
from meine-kleine :
Eh? How did THAT happen?
from dandydandy :
Hey, I tried to leave a comment and I've been MARKED as SPAM!! I'm marked! wahhhhhhhhhhhh.
from poos :
where do you live? u dont seem to hav a personal info thing
from poos :
i live in NZ and i h8 it SOOO much.. its so boring and nothing eva changes and its so cut off from everything... did u like it in NZ wen you were little??
from poos :
hiiii.. i dont no u nd u dont no me.. bu ur really funni
from dandydandy :
Your welcome. Or is it you're welcome? Anyway, it was fun to do--even if I wasn't very creative with the answers. :) I'm tired, how about you?
from smedindy :
I done did it - but I didn't answer it because it's going to take some time to decide if I want to leak a tree with Senators or not.
from x-plicity :
Muahahahaah!!! Ass raping Weregoats are in my diary!!
from dandydandy :
I messed up before when I asked about gtt. What I really wanted to ask is if m is still used as an equivalant of gtt. I also wanted to ask if you would take my drug dosage calculations test for me? It's just a pre-test and it's online....pleaaasse? :)
from boogieshoes :
Ooh, why thank you :)
from dandydandy :
Yes. It's a schwinn stingray with a banana seat even. It's actually my son's bike. I was taking it for a test ride. You know, to be nostalgic an' all.
from dandydandy :
FIL = Lather-in-Faw
from sherpahigh :
Thanks for the note... and thanks for the quote. I'm glad you picked that one... It means something that someone else would want others to hear it as well. Cheers! A.
from dandydandy :
So many questions! And before I forget, thanks for the haloscan tip. Maybe I'll ditch the guestbook. A barriers analysis is an incomplete way of saying I have to write a paper on a communication barrier and can exemplify with a situation in my own life. Lets see...diary number one: I was mostly depressed in the year or so that I had it and my marriage was failing and I eventually locked it. Somehow my FIL got into it by snooping around my computer and well, that was not a good time at all. Second diary was started and promptly neglected. Don't even remember my username or password. I have been thinking about taking some entries from diary #1 and moving them to diary #3 for...posterity? I have no idea. Was just a thought.
from dandydandy :
heh. I left you a note on my notes which is similar to talking to myself in the earshot of others. Oh well. I guess I'll go have another cup of coffee.
from gumphood :
Do I quote myself? Or do I submit to be quoted. Or do I just make something up like "I ate a bowl of bread, and I only died twice". Just wondering.
from thelatteboy :
Oh! What a surprise! Thanks a lot :)
from mommylap :
Here's another comment I couldn't leave: once upon a time there was a pretty little bunny who hopped hopped hopped to the pharmacy. He delivered the perscriptions to all the sad and lonely elderly folk until one of them made him into hausenpheffer.
from mommylap :
I'm okay except for the "banned" message I get in the left top corner of my screen whenever I'm leaving you a comment. Not even "BANNED!" or banned! Just banned. Feh
from bluemeany :
Hey, the comments link (ha! I just wrote "lick"! What am I THINKING about??) should be right under the ticker thingy.
from justjones :
Glen recently described himself as a "buhdda-curious jewboy" so...there ya have it. He seems very interested in buhddism and such. I do have Winter Pays for Summer. I like it..but I think so far all of Glen's solo efforts fall somewhere short of his amazing live performance. Still, beautiful songs, stellar lyrics as always. A good cd to have, for sure! Tattoo picture coming soon... ~Kim
from vickithecute :
Yes, and you know he's picking up other disgrunted spider bodies along the way. This is going to be bad, man, really really bad.
from wombatcity :
The Better off dead one was actually a bit hard, because you made it first person. If I remember correctly it was something like "look, it's got raisins in it, you like raisins, dear." I believe it was his mother talking to him. That's one of my favorite movies, but one I haven't seen in a while. Brazil was actually easy, it's such a bizarre line you're not likely to foget it: "here's your receipt for your husband, and here's my receipt for your receipt."
from saru-san :
Right. And now I go back and look again, and it's open, making ME look like the fool. Good thing I bought the pointy hat with the jangly bells on it.
from saru-san :
HEY!!! What is up with this PASSWORD deal??? Man, I finally take you off my milk carton, and now you go and pull this cloak and dagger crap? Very. Disappointed.
from the-moo :
*blushes* THANK YOU!!! they look far better when you don't take them from a funny looking-up kind of angle and ruin the colour as well as making gareths head look teeny!! hahaha! yes but thank you Im glad you're back by the way in case I havn't told you that... you may well be the funniest man in the world!! xxx
from fightn4life :
Ok...the link is fixed. I checked all the links from my diary to yours and they all link back to yours. In addition, it now shows when you add an entry on my buddy list. Before it showed, your last entry was last dated 3 months ago. Very weird. I see what you were talking about bringing back new entries. This was my first visit to your diary so they are all new to me. Quite clever and so funny. I look forward to more posting…although I can back track through your pages and read older but still new to me entries. Thanks for the heads up on the broken link. Sandyz
from fightn4life :
Sorry I could not pass this one up…my first visit following your smiling banner. Who wouldn't chase a smiley? Your Diary is awesome…got lost in it before I realized it was time to move on. I want to keep returning just to attempt to laugh myself to death. What a great way to go. Anyway, I had to add you to my favorites before asking. Now am I the voice of doom or not. I really enjoyed my trip here, thanks for such insight with a twist. Sandyz
from x-plicity :
Hmm...definitely the cooking by numbers. Anything with you hurting yourself...those are always funny...Oh! and the one where you walked into a bordeaux in the redlight district of Little China and had all of those Asain women whip you until you called out for mercy and....wait...wrong diarist.
from im2evil4u :
The workshops (although most of them haven't been developed yet) cover a wide range of topics, computer programs, ethics, time management, conducting effective meetings, etc.

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