messages to solitus:
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from inwardblink :
sarrie hubby sick. my aunt has the viral form of spinal meningitis (they think) will know more when bloodwork comes back tomorrow. take good care of you both! *hugs*
from solidbutane :
Preach it. Good themes al around. I'm new and looking for someone to help introduce my small Cent Machine. There are a lot of Coppers looking for Coppers in my mind. Ruffle my Feathers with one of your quills and I will try and do the same.
from boxx9000 :
Are you ok? You've disappeared. I miss you. Come back.
from boxx9000 :
HAPPY HALLOWEEN
from dreamofblue :
I'm writing again! Come check me out!
from boombasticat :
That first photo of yours, of the three, the one of the moonlight, is very similiar to Superdrag's cover photo for their album In the Valley of Dying Stars. Anyway, put some text over your photo and you've got your own debut album art.
from annanotbob :
xxx sorry that's all I can say but for what it's worth, xxx
from boxx9000 :
I've never been involved in an accident, my fault or anyone else's. My daughter on the other hand....YIKES! One time a tree fell on her car while she was driving in San Francisco, one time she was rear ended so hard it totaled her whole car. SHE has been in at least 5 accidents that were not her fault. Some people should just not be allowed to drive. I've told her she is the type of person that should be DRIVEN but never drive herself.
from annanotbob :
xxx
from boxx9000 :
I'm thinking about switching my auto insurance to California Casualty thru my California Teachers Association. Have you ever heard of them? I'm glad you get a day off. I am so happy that today is FRIDAY! yipee!
from elliestuff :
hey..just wondering...what you're reading.
from boxx9000 :
We've had the same auto insurance for over 30 years. USAA. They used to be really good, but not so much any more. We have NEVER had a claim of any kind in all those years.
from boxx9000 :
won't the post office forward all your mail for you?
from boxx9000 :
I found you thru the puplic entries. I saw you have kitty-kaboom as one of your faves, that's my daughter. hehehe.
from her-story :
Thanks for putting me on your list. :) Have we met before?
from saggymoon :
thanks! hey, could i have your password?
from boombasticat :
Hi! You got a password and stuff?
from boogiebeep :
Hey, you are locked up, care to email me a password? squeakysmama@aapt.net.au I dont really blog on d'land much anymore, I have a new blog.
from dick-rigit :
oranges, black plastic bin-liners, conservative MPs, asphyxiation. Death and masturbation at large in the corridors of power. Or death from masturbation.
from gazrip :
Thanks for the reply. Obviously I'd have to read the piece in question to understand your point any further, and I'm not particularly inclined to do so, given the subject matter (although I write about some similar topics myself, it's not the sort of stuff I choose to read).
from gazrip :
As someone who writes the odd bit of fiction, and also as someone who has been accused of being 'sick' and a 'freak' for some of the things I write, I feel I can comment here. Fiction is exactly that. It's not real. What I write isn't what I am. I write of Gods and the divine, the supernatural and the born evil. None of these things I actually believe in. I write of violence and death, brutal sex and depravation, but also of family life, tragedy and dealing with issues such as terminal illness. None of these things are a judgement on me, though some of the people who read them might attempt to make it so. It's just fiction. I have an over-active imagination, which is why I can conceive of these things, not because I may or may not be a little fucked up. I find it a little insulting that the contents of a work of fiction should be made a judgement of character of the author. I've a piece somewhere on my site called 'Not a Confession'. Maybe you should read that and see if you think I'm a psych in waiting?
from gazrip :
Not the most uplifting comment, but I find that destitution is a great motivator. I'm sure things will work out well. Often better than you expect at times like these.
from ghostofgor :
yay for sex shoes, may they get you lots o.....booty. o_O
from baymontey :
Oh, yes. Be cautious about the Myspace thing. It is entrancing and has been known to suck all the Diaryland out of people. I know.
from built-in :
at 9 months your baby doesn't need to say a single thing. my daughter started walking before she started talking and she's turned into a crazy talking monkey. i think she was over a year old before she was regularly calling me some form of mama. some kids wait longer than that and they're fine, too. the gym sounds like fun, for you and the tot. be nice to yourself!!
from collegesucks :
hey, you've been tagged. see my diary for info.
from ghostofgor :
I remember long ago one night I howled at the moon with a classmate. "Her" name was Vanessa. We were the same age, about 12 and it was her idea to go out one night and just hang out and pretend we were warewolves. She acted puppylike and hindsight told me I could have screwed her, but My pubescent mind didnt know what sex was and Im sure she is a lesbian now anyway. o_o
from bluperspex :
lood luck with the baby. my bro's little one seems to be over the worst of it. it's a tough time.
from baymontey :
hey solitus, thank you for the noticing of my words, i hand't noticed that they've been noticeable. i hope your days are well.
from boogiebeep :
im alive, and well, thanks for caring, but um when did you have a baby lol? Has it beed THAT long since I read your diary :O
from bluperspex :
:) and we all know - Franky was the man. have a great weekend!
from ghostofgor :
there will be no harpooning, but you might deserve it for abandoning your fans. Or for reading that teen beat smut.
from bluperspex :
yay! for make-over! it will really help you out your phunk. well, at least i hope so!
from bluperspex :
a merry, merry to you - may it be blessed and utterly fabulous!
from maritina :
Hi there! thanks for adding me...you've got a beautiful baby! good luck with the gym ^_^
from built-in :
what a lovely family!
from the-magus :
Congrats. He is a cutie. I'm really happy for you guys.
from built-in :
he is gorgeous!! congratulations!!
from childofmine :
yay! he's so cute! so how's life these days? ;-) *kisses for mommy & baby*
from childofmine :
wow, you're getting so close!! you'll be a great mom. *hugs*
from the-magus :
I'm kind of getting back into the diaryland thing...and just in time, it looks like. I'm wishing you and your new arrival all the best.
from missy-17 :
hey, whats up, anythin new?? ;D
from ghostofgor :
I have given up trying to be something Im not. Im better off, despite the feeling of regret I might be labeled a quitter. The first wrinkle will send them all spiraling into therapy. The mental breakdowns will be a joy to behold. PayPerView moment for sure.
from bluperspex :
i hear you. it's like all the time you allowed yourself...just silently stole away
from cherryaa :
Yay, baby (ummm, babies). Congratulations!!!!! Honest, it *will* be shit. You will love your baby beyond all comprehension - but it will still be shit. Your mummy friends are telling you this, because they want you to enjoy your last few weeks sans baby - just as they didn't, and neither will you. Hey. Those designer baby things, aren't they just so cute?! Lots of love, luck and mushy thoughts :) Cxxx
from collegesucks :
you can definitely have the password... do you have an email addy i can send it to?
from collegesucks :
hey, i have to lock my diary for awhile, i don't kow if you still read mine but if you do let me know and i'll send you the password...
from bluperspex :
oooh yay!!! personel trainer. hope it's a hottie :)
from sabathine :
"Oh, and I got nothing for Brett's birthday this year- still a little bitter about spending almost 70 bucks on a bottle of bourbon for his x-mas deal and giving him $40 for his bday last year and getting nothing but a bag of chocolate candy for mine (I'm showing my petty side here- just ignore it.)" - - I don't care how MUCH someone spends, if I feel they spend the same amount of TIME choosing a gift that I spent. I think I'm pretty good at gift buying - my friend likes clouds and never knows what day it is so I found him a cloud calendar, etc. I just wish it didn't seem like my friends picked some random bestseller book without thinking I would actually like it...
from ghostofgor :
I form the humble opinion your boss is a diseased donkey testicle. Candy bars (if prescribed) were a cheap, easily attainable sugar source. Im sure a few energy bars would be a much better alternative, and he can still go fuck himself with a orange road cone. Take two scoops of chocolate, and call me in the morning. Your boss still sucks. The end.
from bluperspex :
ha! i made a solemn oath... i refuse to get up because i need to pee. refuse.
from bluperspex :
yes. breathing would be good. when you get it right... let me know how you did it... k?
from built-in :
it's not necessarily how long your own mama labored. i thought mine was going to be short because my mom's were pretty short (although not as swift as your mom's - WOW!), but my mom was really young. i think younger mamas tend to have quicker labors. their bodies are still kind of new to them and they don't have as established a mind-set as to how their bodies should behave. i was 31 and i went 25 hours, while my mom was a teenager and had something like a 7 hour labor with me. lucky tramp.
from cherryaa :
Yes, I'd been reeading one of your less-than-perfectly-tolerant entries ;) You're good and I'd hate to be on your wrong side!! Hope you & Mini are enjoying putting the world to rights. Love, Cx
from childofmine :
well, you're just gonna have to try the old fashion cures! i hope you feel better soon. *hugs*
from cherryaa :
It's great to hear from you! Sorry about your infected friends & other pregancy worries - I know you're right, but still ... If foetuses were *that* sensitive, the human race would never have multiplied so alarmingly, would it? Rest assured, it'll take more than a sneeze to shift Mini-Solitus. Wishing you all lots of blessings & stuff :) Cherryaa xxxx
from the-magus :
The last person who should make a comment on pregnancy is a gay man with no children or ties to children, but I think that insomnia is a common effect of bringing a shopping-cart-sitter into the world. Also, I think that my brother and I brought charm and class to every shopping cart we ever rode in, including the one that damaged some stranger's car when we pushed it across the half-full parking lot too fast when mom wasn't looking, so your ex-friend's kids are probably horrible: yet another way that you'll exceed her expectations, I promise you. :)
from ghostofgor :
mmmmm, pork loin.......
from cherryaa :
So happy to see you(r diary) unlocked. Have fun being a *person* for a while - sounds good! Oh, and when you've done your yard ... Could you come over here and sort mine out, please ;) Lotsa lurve, Cx
from cherryaa :
Are you back??! Whoo, just off to check :) :)
from the-magus :
Glad you're back. I missed you.
from the-magus :
This is not a good parenting tip: Keep the baby in the closet! That way when you have guests over, you can stand up and declare: "I have a baby in my closet!" ...These are the reasons why I don't go out much.
from built-in :
i've been lost in my own forest of motherhood and didn't realize you were heading down the same path. many congratulations to you!!
from dreamofblue :
I'm so happy for you!!! Little solituses...Scary. I want pictures when you get them! I hope you relax a little and feel better. *hugs*
from the-magus :
Glad you're back. I'm surprised about the pregnancy, and I'll admit that I might have missed an entry or two. It sounds like the baby was a surprise, but congratulations, nonetheless. From what I hear, raising a child is a giant bundle of fear, terror, horror, and a lot of wonder and beauty all mixed together. Whether you're able to prepare well or not, you seem like a person with a lot of love and compassion (and a healthy shell of cynicism to protect you from the morons), and those traits will get you very far in raising a kid. Incidently, you will be the first diarylander that I read regularly to write entries while you're pregnant, so I'm kind of excited, in a sick and twisted voyeuristic sort of way.
from the-magus :
Ack! Did I miss something? If you're still writing, and feel okay with me continuing to read you, could you send a username and passcode to MagusX_ca@yahoo.ca? Hope all is well...
from cherryaa :
Whoo, missus, today you are *sorted*! I want to come & stay with you, at least while it's 30 degrees in Georgia. How do you stand that cold ;)
from bluperspex :
...which is not such a bad thing, cos really, sweet potatoes... the lord could have just left them at potatoes.
from cherryaa :
Bummer about the sweet potatoes! (Same about the family relationships, but I don't suppose you can put them all on a healthy living regime - unfortunately). Back to the spuds: this could be fantastic news because, get your doc to identify the allergen(s) and you may find you don't need steroids or antidepressants or any more of that chemical stuff any more, ever! Cool, or what? You may have to nag your insurance people a bit, though: the tests cost a fortune. I know addicts who stopped being addicted after they found out their allergies. I'm not trying to preach but .... but! It may be worth chasing. Good luck & some hugs, Cx PS: sorry for monopolising your notes :/
from cherryaa :
That J person sounds like the archetypal reason why we are advised to pick our counsellors VERY carefully! An awful lot of - awful people - choose to study other people's problems so they don't have to look at their own. Avoid! If you cut her, it will only confirm her suspicions that you're too screwed-up to form friendships with Goddesses like her. I am sure you'll cry over it for weeks ;)
from cherryaa :
D'you know when you go out for lunch or whatever with a group of girl friends, and they take half an hour to split the bill, each one paying only for what they had? I hate that! Me and my friends, we're probably defined by the fact that we split the bill equally, no questions asked. Heh, who am I to talk - maybe if I were more mean with money I'd be less broke now (maybe I should join your swap group and LEARN!?)
from cherryaa :
Is it your birthday? Or just the stress? Happy birthday anyway :) On your previous entry, I probably would have dug up the grave to get the cigarettes! Heck, I wouldn't have even buried the cigarettes (just lied to my loved one on his deathbed). Now, *that's* addiction :/
from dreamofblue :
omg, i just got around to catching up with all my friends on d-land and i had no idea about your accident! i hope you're feeling ok now; sorry about your car! sorry i didn't say so sooner, but i was kind of on sabbaticle. i do love you tho! *hugs*
from the-magus :
Your subject line says it all, I think. Whatever. :)
from beautifulwoe :
I once dated a guy with serious halitosis. I didn't get it at all, but now that I think of it, it did smell like a band-aid, right when you take it out of the package.
from ghostofgor :
the finger the bandaid was holding on.
from rachjean :
Thanks a bunch and some for the compliment.
from avataroftiff :
I saw Fraggle Rock in your profile. I was ADDICTED to that show when I was little. It rocked.
from built-in :
"rid of me" by pj harvey, "posession" by sarah mclaughlin, "i put a spell on you" pref by nina simone, but there are other fallbacks if you can't get nina's
from jpellecchia :
That "You're My Obsession" song is so great - wish I could remember who it's by.
from cherryaa :
Ohhhhh, hunny, you deserve a shipload of sympathy! Anybody gets badly shaken after an accident like that (a fact which you seem to have respected, concerning the twat who hit you, but don't seem to be allowing yourself very much). Have you seen the doctor yet? Take it easy! Eat chocolate! And a MILLION congratulations on the falling-down pants!!!! Twice is no coincidence - you're too thin for the clothes you're wearing :) You looked nothing more than curvy in the photos I saw. But If you wanna get thinner .... well, you have! Off to the shops with you. Buy some of those clothes (what, size 10-12 in US sizes?) that look good on everybody who fits into them. Yay! And take it easy on yourself. You've had a nasty experience. C :)
from the-magus :
Ouch! I hope you're okay (relatively speaking) and that your rib is only bruised, not broken.
from cherryaa :
eh? Aren't most people's opinions based on emotion? Isn't that how the elections are being fought? Shurrely, an opinion based on informed, rational, thought-out thought is a precious thang, worth twenty thousand knee-jerks? Maybe you're just moving ahead of your mates. Be kind to them, you'll appreciate each other later ;) Cx
from ghostofgor :
"put up my dukes? I am a goat, I have no dukes" A person like that is like a christian/catholic type hating jews. Jesus was a Jew. It only proves their stupidity and they should run and throw themselves onto a sharp spike immediately.
from cherryaa :
Oooh, yesss, I get cross about the baby boomer thing, too! Here I am, on the commercial scrap-heap, rejected by countless 30-something employers WHO ARE HAVING FUN IN THE NICE LIFE WE CREATED! Ah yes, we invented fast-track careers and the consumer lifestyle. We OK'd the worship of youth. We decided today is more important than tomorrow .... shit, we made this designer rod - and gave it to the next generation, to beat us with! I know: I sound like the wartime generations complaining about *our* ingratitude. I don't care. Fifty is the new 30. Let's have a revolution & snatch back our toys! Only, this time, maybe we'll make better provision for older people (us, heh.) That's nice of Magie, isn't it, to make you a daily feature? D'you feel famous already? I think you are :) Cx
from jpellecchia :
Ah, yes, the baby boomer: inventor of the inflated sense of entitlement. Elector of Ronald Reagan. Originator of the entire soccer mom species. I could go on, but I'm too busy doing a happy dance, because I'm young and they're not.
from the-magus :
Who needs new entries when there are notes to sign? The thing about the attitude that that article e3xpresses is that if a certain political bent (made up, at least partly, of boomers) hadn't spent the last 2 decades dismantling essential social systems, the boomer "problem" wouldn't be as dire. In my opinion. Thanks again for the d-land thing. I don't know about karma, but when I become the owner of the largest publishing company in the world, I'll make sure that every international paper I produce has an article about how you're the greatest, every day.
from the-magus :
Argh. When I hear stuff like that...ick. After she was voted out of provincial office, my mom told me about her "low points" in her brief career as an elected official, how -to toe the party line - she had to vote down an approval for more funding for multiple sclerosis medicine and research and vote for a pay raise in the same week. Hearing about pay-raise votes pisses me off, because I know that the people who might disagree with the decision are too frightened/tied up/controlled to do anything about it, and everyone else just doesn't give a damn. There should be a rule that forces the lowest income earners to get a raise before anyone else can. It'll never happen, but it should.
from bluperspex :
ha. 12... 1993. Michella Ferreira. i think if it weren't for all the adiquit and necessary medication - she may have had an early death. and she was a year older than me... would have been a challenge, but it would have been gooooood :)
from cherryaa :
Oooh, Missus Solitus, I hope that by the time you've read this you have had one hell of a time in Atlanta! Shurrrrelyyyy .... without the Zoloft, you will be able to handle a lot more alcohol? Not saying that's good or bad, you understand - it just seems like perfect timing ;)
from hamiltonian :
cool design.. I like your diary
from cherryaa :
What does it mean, "Metro People"??? Where I live, it's all of us! We have a paper called Metro! Erm .... does that mean we all scare you? Jesus, that looks like I've only just learned english. Ignore me! (Erm, but still .... what's metro people?)
from dreamofblue :
what the heck are you doing? tell me your secret so i can lose some too! you're not allowed to be the only thin person in the world. :-p {hehe}
from bluperspex :
um... yeah... that is kinda scary :)
from bluperspex :
tell you what tho... i would kill to be having weather like that! right now... we're sorta in wintery, autumny limbo. it cannot get worse. hehe
from krichelle :
haha... that happened to me at the grocery yesterday buying tampons.. "oh, i've never seeeeeeeeeeeeeeen this kind before.. hey, peggy look a new brand!" and im like don't draw MORE attention to me, this is the firstANDlast time i buy tampons cuz they're on sale... hm so the only thing i came here specifically to say was that your note made me smile, which is pretty amazing considering the shittiness of my day lol
from bluperspex :
woohoo! bring on the beers (maybe some tequillas too!!!). lets celebrate :)
from krichelle :
when i retire one day a week imma work at walmart... all the cool old foggies do that
from bluperspex :
i watched 50 First Dates the other day... i guess we should be happy that we don't have a memory like that. although... some day, like today for instance... it would really be awesome. that way you don't have to remember all the crap that goes on
from krichelle :
if there were a way for women to reproduce without men... we could eliminate the whole problem and the world would be better off
from bluperspex :
it sucks, but it's like that... you just got to decided one day that you're going to leave those people who bring you down behind. because they sure as fuck won't notice that it was you they were kicking when they were in a bad mood
from bluperspex :
fuckit, thats funny. i was downloading songs the other day... and somehow that song from 10cc's was in that bunch. and i laughed my ass off because... well because i am sleep deprived and behaivng like a maniac... but that's besides the point. umm... please don't ask what my point was. haha.
from agoatnamedaz :
I wouldn't even think twice to join the army if getting to see Pink Floyd was part of the deal :) There's a recruitment idea for the government.
from bluperspex :
would be nice if it were a new beginning. then we could hide our shame. ha. shame of being blonde. me, at least :)
from the-magus :
Ha ha! You're breathing chlorine! Do you think that's the wave of the future, that the chemical companies will staggar their emissions so that on, say, Wednesdays we'll know it's a Wednesday because of the sulfur smell and the carbon monoxide haze means it's Thursday? What a beautiful concept...
from bluperspex :
old carl would say... "eat some kellogs for breakfast m'dear." hehe.
from the-magus :
I have nothing specific to say, only that reading your diary is pure joy. I smile or chuckle or laugh out loud every time.
from bluestarhalo :
aw. lol don't worry my live journal is full of my daniel worship. too much in fact. I have so many icons about that boy, it's sad. lol
from agoatnamedaz :
Wow. I think you're my new hero. I can completely relate to most of what you write about; especially about going blonde and losing weight, and how others treat you when you look more acceptable to them. Your attitute kicks ass.
from krichelle :
yum on the soda... when i was a kid, we'd spit pomegranite seeds at the cars drivin by.. but i doubt we ever hit one.
from jpellecchia :
Don't let Dana sleep with your husband! You'd be a bad friend anyway because you would be an enabler. And you'd still have to deal with her tongue-lashings if she told everyone how you are a bad wife who pimps out her husband. This is clearly a no-win situation. Still, I'm for the No Husband-Pimping Scenario.
from cherryaa :
Yeah, but you're a great writer! Call your first best-seller "I Killed My Grandmother". Get The Magus to edit. Sorted! Can I come to your launch party?
from ghostofgor :
I say kill em with kindness. maybe its an act......bring a chainsaw, and a large apron.
from cherryaa :
Ooohhhh, you sound gorgeous!!!! Congrats :) I don't suppose there's the slightest chance people could be responding nicely to you because you *feel* nice? Maybe you're acting a little bit nicer as a result? Just a thought! Hmmm, note to self: must lose some weight .... must have a face pack ..... Cheers! x
from krichelle :
i know where your pounds are going! theyre all coming over to have a party with me!
from dreamofblue :
i love you! *hugs* :-)
from cherryaa :
I LOVE YOU TOO!!! Love from you :D xxxxx
from the-magus :
NO! I won't hear it! I can take Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny, because they're silly and it makes sense that they don't exist. I can even understand the whole "stretched universe because God ran out of silly putty that day" being ridiculous, because it is, but when you say what you just said...when you speak of that non-existence...I just can't bear it. ZOMBIES ARE REAL, DAMMIT! AND THEY'RE GOING TO EAT YOU!!!! *runs away crying*
from ghostofgor :
I find clean teeth, and good manners work for me....I dont have boobies...
from the-book-bag :
Hi! I just wanted to say thank you for adding me to your favorites list. :-D -cat
from krichelle :
that's seriously the biggest "do i say something?" of all time... because on one side, you're saving someone the embarassment of bacon on their face or deodorant marks on their shirt... but if you dont say anything YOURSELF embarassment...
from the-magus :
Only half-seriously, and that's only because my cats are strange, and I'd believe it if they started speaking. Of course, they will chase the reflection off my remote control for hours, so I may be expecting too much...
from the-magus :
-How- are you teaching your cat to speak? I ask, because both of my cats are quite vocal and make a bunch of weird, non-meowing sounds.
from the-magus :
Heck, I like the brat, and I'm pretty sure she has more fun (who wouldn't with control of the credit card?)...of course, the -real- question is: does the brat stick around to pay the bill? :)
from cherryaa :
<<Where did 'taking repsonsibilty for your actions' become something the "losers" only do?>> Oh my Gaahd, you're so right!! I hardly ever agree with you about anything, mind you, but I like your disagreeable style. Cheers :)
from the-magus :
Yep. It was my daily dose of "chill down the spine". It wasn't even the focus of the story, so the whole time I'm watching the news clip, I'm thinking: "There's an international network of guns-for-hire that aren't answerable to any governing body, and aren't really answerable to anything other than the need for profit, and these people are hired by just about every government agency and you aren't featuring it as news?!?" I'm sure that tomorow there'll be another moment of shock/amazement/horror for something else. Sigh. Sometimes it feels like we should just all go read cyber-punk genre books along with the "Farmer's Almanac", because those two combined seem to be more reliable than the news sometimes...
from daath :
Greetings! As far PayPal goes, aye, that is an option on the left-hand side of my site. Tonight, I'm also adding an Amazon Honors System donation option, which details what I do for larger contributions.
from krichelle :
hooray for doing bad things on "school nights" unfortunatley for me... it IS a school night and i just realized i have a project due at 2 tomorrow. HM yea, oh well it was fun while it lasted. im jealous of your drunkenness!
from starlight42 :
thanks for joining my friends fan diary ring!
from daath :
[re: profile line] I'd give you 30 cents to make an emergency phone call. I would.
from bluestarhalo :
hehe glad I could make you feel better. ;) Ranting is so much fun, don't you think?!
from the-magus :
Your taste in lamps scares me. :)
from the-magus :
If it's any consolation, I still have questions around my sexuality and general identity issues. I don't have any major gender problems, but that may be because I probably lumped that stuff into the "Am I gay?" discussion I had with myself when I was in my teens. I think there's something good about being on the outside, that there being "deviants" in some ways helps to validate the "norms" in a weird way...you can have deviation from the norm unless there's a norm, and vice versa. I also think that difference forces people to think moire and to be more accepting of others. I -don't- think that gender roles need to be reinforced in children, and I plan to test that out with my own kids, when I have them (because that's what kids are, right? Personal test-cases to be experimented on at will for the furthering of sociological knowledge, right?), but my dad was largely absent from my life, first because of his work and then from the divorce...I may be gay, but my brother isn't...and he's pretty much a normal guy, even though I know for a -fact- that he's played with My Little Pony in his youth. Oops...work shift is over, so I shall end this here. :)
from the-magus :
Sorry about your cat...sorry, too, that this note is so overdue. I'm glad you had fun at the wedding.
from witchfire :
I'm so sorry about Sneakers. I know there isn't anything new I can say that you haven't heard before. You gave him a good home and a good life and that's all we can do. It's never easy to lose a friend, but if it were then it would mean we didn't care. My kitties and I send you our love and sympathy.
from dreamofblue :
i'm sorry about your kitty. :-( if you don't have enough chocolate i could always send you more! i hope you feel better soon. *huge hugs*
from jpellecchia :
I'm som sorry about your kitty. I know how hard it is to lose a pet.
from the-magus :
I hope your kitty's alright. I have my fingers crossed for you...
from lilgirl-lost :
awwwww *hugs for sneakers*
from snarkymarky :
i'm pullin' for sneakers!
from faschwaa :
If you want good non-clear channel music, visit www.woxy.com. It's the greatest radio station ever made.
from dreamofblue :
who cares what other people say? go back to school if you want! i hope your kitty feels better soon. *hugs*

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