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from katiedoyle :
i can't remember if i ever addressed your comment on my curiosity survey about my gwbush question. the question was there to find out what people thought of the president, not to bag on him. my answer was what i really think of him. i wanted to know what others thought, good and bad. it wasn't there as a mockery but as a serious question as to how people feel about the guy.
from danglemyfeet :
Hey hon =) I'm back, if you remember me... Missed you terribly. x
from tattodnanny :
Feel free to joke about my lack of a uterus. I do so all the time.
from forty-plus :
Merry Christmas Spritopias!
from nepenthean :
looovvveee the jesus banner...
from fierywind :
You have a great taste in music, if I do say so myself.
from less-than3 :
is my new argyle-ish sweater not THE CUTEST thing ever? i so adore it. :)
from blueperiod84 :
i am shockingly wonderful, dear. shockingly wonderful. how are your hobbits?
from blueperiod84 :
look who it is, look who it is... how are you, o christopher?
from imru :
just love your banner add, the whole jesus thing, lol it's so funny...
from somstar :
I think Chris in a kilt, would just make him more manly. =o) A lot like William Wallace (RIP)
from connie-cobb :
I'm not a Capricorn, I'm Pisces. But I am one of your friends, and I am... actually not enjoying the hell out of it anymore. My body - it hurts!
from connie-cobb :
You've never mentioned your parentals to me before. Hmm. I don't think it's depressing you're still kickin'. I kindsa likes it. For my 16th birthday, I got a TV, and there are pictures of me jumping up and down in joy. No hookah and sex-crazed party for me.
from banefulvenus :
Hope you have a Happy 4th of July!
from brucegirl :
That Jesus banner was hilarious!! :-D
from lynz-q94 :
i love the jesus banner. very inticing. :)
from xlxoxvxex :
wow, that banner is effin awesome. I loved it. It did its job, it got me to click it. CLEVER!
from banefulvenus :
i'm totally lovin your banner! "still Jesus from the block"
from pandionna :
I hate to break it to the person below me, but he/she couldn't be more wrong.
from pyroguysr :
OK... anyone that is Pandy's nemesis can't be all bad... even if I AM the one that pissed her off so much that she put a password on her diary. I'll prolly add you.
from girlof78 :
I just had to say I really had a good laugh with one of your banners! Good one!
from thayer-p :
hugs and kisses!
from yarnsmith :
Yes...I am afraid the bag of cork went 5 years ago with the first garage clean out. It went on the curb right next to the olive green kitchen sink he garbage picked. Had I known there was a fellow Chicagoan who was in need or cork, I would have gladly donated. Maybe my husband was right...there is a cork shortage...Oh, well, that is why I'll never get rich. I don't have a knack for holding onto hidden treasure.
from connie-cobb :
Am I dancing!?! AM I.
from allegedwife :
So, it isn't just me that Andrew hates....I feel better now. (PS....come back Christopher)
from techrat :
christopher, why are you REALLY gone? did you kill a man? i bet you are on a one-man crime wave right now. and you did not even invite me!
from anisettekiss :
*whispering* Hi Baby. I saw your Yoda banner. *whispers even softer so as not to seem rude* Remove one of the "on"s. On me, LOTR has nothing, it should say. XOXO
from connie-cobb :
Yo dawg. I so's ain't talkin' bout you. You're still good.
from ramble-on :
"I love the East Coast, we're not mean here and having lived in the Mid West, I can't see why you miss it. Sorry. :-(" I don't wish to return to the mid west either ;) Wyoming had NOTHING to offer except lots of open spaces, wind, cold, and lots of nothing to do but go to bars. Personally, I loved San Diego.
from less-than3 :
i can't believe you're not going to do it. boooooo. :P
from yarnsmith :
Your posting about Kipp jr. has me laughing my ass off and good thing too, I could use a litte less ass.
from connie-cobb :
Did you notice that they changed it "Let's Get it Started"??? I kinda hate the BEP.
from kellbelle :
I am sitting here staring at the gleaming ipod mini in my online shopping cart. *sigh* I can't do it... I have to send my kid to camp. Aubrey you can't go to camp because I got a new ipod mini! hehe
from forty-plus :
Did you see I am running your banner also? Thanks so much, it causes me needed giggles!
from xp-39c2 :
nice, and i totally agree that to many in this people are hipocrites that can not see beyond their own nose. However in my own personal crusade as a linguphile (someone who loves languages) i have to say that you can't really butcher a language because that is just how it develops, slang becomes standared, for example funnest is now firmly in the dictionary. Fuck even the word slang was slang itself at some time. but you probably don't want or deserve to hear me rant and rave on this crap so... hey your journals cool. (ignore the 'i's please)
from my-solitaire :
It's not a grunt it's more like a.... Que??
from forty-plus :
Opps, I just saw L-Empress gave you an invitation also. You are too popular!
from forty-plus :
Music Meme invitation for you at today's entry - http://forty-plus.diaryland.com/053105.html. I think you may have done this already, but I was interested anyway!
from connie-cobb :
Yeah - I forgot to add that I too didn't read the whole thing. But I'm pretty sure it repeats itself here and there. Oh well.
from h2ophobic :
I laughed so hard your entry, I choked on my coffee! I definitely prefer the company of children over adults most of the time! My boss bought me a sticker for my filing cabinet that reads "STUPID SHOULD BE PAINFUL!" I take much comfort in knowing that there are two of us that believe this! (I know, I use too many !'s...I talk that way too.)
from connie-cobb :
I had no feedback, so I thought no one was enjoying it. It's my new experiment: reality writing. Like reality TV -- although with the writing, it really did happen, it just seems fictionalized. But it ain't. I thought I broke a rib after I fell down those stairs. Anyway -- I also thought I would finish the story w/ falling down the stairs. Should I continue?
from connie-cobb :
Keep going?
from melwadel :
Loved the Pope banner, Christopher!
from daath :
[Takes his place amidst the choir] An original diaryland banner is like a politician with leprosy: so completely unheard of that you have to flock to the scene and poke the person in question. I felt leaving a note was a better course of action. Re: your latest, I too am uncomfortable when coworkers want to socialize elsewhere. I work in a research lab and, frankly, seeing anyone outside of it would be unnerving and strange in a bad way.
from mixedup :
You just made Diet Caffeine Free Coke come out my nose. Thank you for the banner.
from yo-bitch :
your banner!! "throw your hands in the air if you a true playa!" oh my god. oh my GOD. you win, do you hear me? you fucking win! i think you may have just made my week. lolrus!
from steelcollar :
That banner- I'm still Jesus from the block- made me laugh a huge belly laugh! Thanks! I needed that!
from ocd-and-me :
I must agree. It seems people all over the world are having ugly children. I'm very blessed that people approach my children, gushing over their beauty, rather than shrieking back in fear. I've done that a few times myself.
from italktowalls :
My problem wasn't necessarily with Anakin's transition to the dark side. The concept behind his actions made sense. I'm not harping on that. I watch soap operas for Christ sakes, so I have no problem with the melodrama. Besides the writing still being ass, I didn't hate the movie. It was what it was: George Lucas's masturbatory quest in FX-centric film making. I begrudgingly accepted that going into the theater. But then I saw the scene with Anakin immersed in the Vader suit, which I initially thought was such an awesome scene. That is, until he started bellowing like Marlon Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire. I have a superficial problem with a superficial movie.
from connie-cobb :
Making out is the new black!
from connie-cobb :
Will work for meltdown, apparently.
from connie-cobb :
I know, right? He's INSANE.
from kellbelle :
No problem. I can't do anything from work anyway and I have a meeting tonight. Hope things smooth out there for ya. :)
from kellbelle :
What do you need me to do to get the "fan club" ring going? Do you need some web space?
from forty-plus :
Thank you.
from bluperspex :
mmm... seems i wasn't the only one lured by the banner. hehe. got some subliminal messaging going on there? hahaha
from green-kiwis :
Just wanted to say, I liked your Star Wars banner, so I clicked it, and I wanted to leave a note saying such!
from chaosbean :
Hey, good work on the mafia recruits. its working, I've moved from #5897 to #1728...only 1727 more spots to go... Hotness
from connie-cobb :
You would love the Donnie Darko. The music alone in it is brilliant.
from kellbelle :
I used to sing professionally at weddings too. She's already told me she won't accept money and I still want to compensate her somehow.
from thedrink :
hmm,....Shannon Tweed??
from myexodus :
On your comment: On 2 different occasions she touched me and I got all weirded out. Have you read my other blog? I was glad of her presence last night.
from forty-plus :
I just tried to leave a comment and received a white screen with "banned" on it! What is this all about? P.S. My message was: Nice sermon for the mamas! Oh well. Thank you for my sweet wishes. We were very spiritual this morning (not) and had breakfast at the casino buffet. I skipped the slots ... it just seemed so WRONG on a Sunday morning!
from yarnsmith :
My daughter is obscessed with the Napoleon Dynamite movie. She made me, her father and her Grandmother watch it. Dad and I were a little bored by it...Grandma was completely lost and I think she went to that place in her head where Grandmas go when you set them somewhere and ignore them and when it was over and asked how she liked it, simply responded in her slow southern accent, "well, if you liked it then I guess it must be a good movie."
from bettyalready :
Ok ok, when did you leave that note in bettyspageti? that was funny
from connie-cobb :
DUDE. Hire me. Wait - what magazine?
from kellbelle :
You're sweet :) I've never been big on gifts. The best gifts (at least to me) are kind thoughts and nice words, which you've already given plenty of. Thanks :)
from connie-cobb :
It's good, right? I love Hunter Thompson. Only wish I loved him before he killed himself just recently...
from forty-plus :
Your comment: How True!
from wanders :
You're very welcome. Love your sense of humor!
from puddinggrl :
cool layout
from banefulvenus :
LOVED your pope banner!!
from bamstroker :
i just received bad news, so i was feeling down, but then i saw your banner and it made me laugh hysterically. thank you!
from the-regret :
I love the diary. You are added.
from kellbelle :
P.S. Are your comments busted??
from connie-cobb :
I love YOU!
from kellbelle :
About the ex thing... you forget that Texas has the death penalty? ;) Don't think I haven't thought about it. And I"m not Catholic anymore so thinking about it isn't a deadly sin for me. heh
from forty-plus :
Hi!
from wonderchai :
thank you. :) i was wondering where she'd got off to. i'll let batten know as well. thanks again. loves!
from wonderchai :
have you heard from nicky-d lately? she's dropped from my radar and i'm a little worried... :(
from thedrink :
ha. Saw your new banner in rotation today. You're the best.
from yarnsmith :
I guess it was my attempt at a bad joke. You mentioned something in your posting about calling someone sir (I took it to be a woman)....then I remembered how when I first started reading you, I thought you were a woman and I called you maam in a note. That is when I found out that you were a man...I felt bad about that...remember???LOL...sorry to be so obscure in my note...it was just an attempt to be funny.
from yarnsmith :
You can call me sir...you owe me that after I called you maam when I first met your diary. After that...we're even.
from h2ophobic :
I have been reading your blog for awhile now and have very rudely not stopped by to introduce myself. I am enjoying your entries...you're so funny! Honest too, which is rare these days. P.S. Thanks for the note you left for me several weeks ago. I thought I'd responded, but just realized I only THOUGHT I'd responded. (Yes, dementia can begin in your 40's.)
from connie-cobb :
oh Bernard! I do believe that your suspicion of this man is a key part of your existence. If only I knew what it was.
from connie-cobb :
Statistically Improbably Phrases (SIPs): defeatist in temptation, no purpose statement, false fellowship, five musings, fulfill your destiny, local friendliness, your lack of gifts, your shape" -- from the Purpose-Driven Strife
from connie-cobb :
"Statistically Improbable Phrases (SIPs): defeating temptation, life purpose statement, real fellowship, five purposes, fulfill your mission, local fellowship, your spiritual gifts, your shape" -- from The Purpose-Driven Life
from connie-cobb :
You know I'm in. You know it!
from connie-cobb :
You, as always, know exactly what I want to hear. We should get married. Ahhh, but I don't believe in it. Dammit! Hee hee.
from ghostiness :
If you don't mind, I'd like to go back to the little kid world. Thank you, Santa.
from banefulvenus :
: )
from prncsaimee :
thanks :) If you need help with your comments, let me know
from synthecrux :
About Camilla Parker Bowles..."If you are looking at her hat you are not noticing her poor dental hygiene" Bahahahaha...that made me laugh my pityful ass off. Hillarious as hell...you could say.
from connie-cobb :
You, my darling, are correctomundo. But I only see things from the feminine persuasion, so I hadn't thought of the male.
from justamephit :
I am somewhat apprehensive of noting, having found your diary so eloquent and witty. I just loved your banner and then, finding myself in such congenial surroundings, read huge chunks of your diary in a fit of adoring enthusiasm. So, um, yes. Just wanted to say love your diary; I'll be reading.
from krazieespy :
I LOVE LOVE the homersexual layout... :)
from lifenblue :
i dig, dig me? i'd like to be on your buddylist
from connie-cobb :
I love the caffeine, but there's no other explanation for all this inner rage, you see! Hey - if you're on Atkins, you can't have caffeine? No? Yes?
from salazabr :
Ok so in the last few hours I've clicked on two of the coolest banners I've seen in a long time; Yoda espousing Atkins and Homersexual. Lo and behold both roads led me here! I'll have to stick around and see what happens. Thanks for two laughs on a day I needed them.
from b-w-p :
I didn't mean to disappear again, and I've got an entry about half-written regarding getting out of a traffic ticket, but between work and family, my time is to short to even split this up into smaller, more appropriate sentences, but i'm not gone...
from connie-cobb :
The teeth comment was classic. You nearly made me spit coffee out of my mouth in laughter. What a sad event - the Pope, that is. He lived a very, very full life though. Someone was telling me that he wanted to be an actor when he was younger. I found that amusing.
from kellbelle :
I really hate seeing JPII suffer, but that's what he wanted, isn't it?
from moee :
Don't feel bad, I knew what you meant! And I appreciate you getting what I meant!
from ghostiness :
Thanks. I felt bad for starting a fight, but only for a second, because he technically started it by being a jerk to my friend. And I'm mean to you and you're still nice back. *wink*
from ghostiness :
Teehee. You'd want to travel around on my ring finger? How sweet. How about "Hail Caesar"? *giggle*
from thedrink :
We do have Easter in Canada actually, but here we call it the "Day of Shame". Instead of hiding Easter Eggs for the kids to find, we hide them in places where no one will find them. That way they can have the memories last for weeks. Happy Easter!
from forty-plus :
Critics usually have a good point or two. I always take what is said with a grain of salt and a touch of common sense!
from forty-plus :
Happy Easter!
from banefulvenus :
:) Have a happy holiday.
from breathtaken1 :
Doh, idiot. I got it now. I can screw things up, but at least I can fix them too! Now back to buzznet to see where my other pics went!
from breathtaken1 :
Oh goody. I just checked and there is only one there now. But it is the one in the least logical spot, and there still isn't a link for it. Why is there, and how did it get there? Andrew!!!
from breathtaken1 :
Hi, thanks for the nice buzznet comment...which by the way, will drive me over the edge soon. Buzznet, not your comment. I had uploaded 5 of those pics, and I had been trying to put the link in my template since last thursday, during diaryland's last stand. Then of course, it was out of reach for awhile. Finally got it on there this morning, and it replicated itself, when it finally decided to show up at all. I had three of them on there. So I removed the link ENTIRELY and still have two of them. I cannot get it to go away. There is no link at all, but it is still there. It must be some kind of cyber-echo or something. ARGGGGHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
from ghostiness :
In case you didn't see, I will promptly restart and hope that AIM gets a kick in the face for pooping out on me.
from nicky-d :
P.S. See? I'm not on yours anymore. The nerve!
from nicky-d :
Are you talking about my D-land profile? Because I didn't drop you on your head! (Not yet, anyway.) The D-land crash cut off the last half of my buddy list on my profile. (I've noticed this on several peoples' profiles. Check yours.) But, you still show up on my buddy list when I log in. Weird.
from nicky-d :
What's up? Me all night, unfortunately. :P What's up with you, El Presidente?
from leslieirene :
Thanks for the very true comment. It's great to hear from you again!
from techrat :
you're welcome! i wanted it to be a surprise. was it surprising?
from ghostiness :
Yeah, I should have been more careful, but I only had five bucks.
from connie-cobb :
Your sister knows about Craig? That makes me nervous. I'm nervous about the whole experience. Ack! But thanks for the congrats -- you always know the right thing to say. ;)
from techrat :
it is always a pleasure to plug you, christopher.
from connie-cobb :
I love her too - did you notice that in Huckabees she's dressed very well. I like when she's introduced & wearing a charcoal cutout dress. Very existentially chic. I'm obsessed with that movie, by the way....
from kellbelle :
Happy Belated Birfday :)
from breathtaken1 :
Re: your note about wanting what we can't have: You are so right!!!
from xnavygrrl :
No, you did not go there with Jesus. You did! That banner had me cracking up.....
from haloaskew :
Unless you're Andrew, or his kinfolk, you must have a birthmark that resembles him on your left shoulder, which gets you to the upper echelon of Diaryland tech support. Look, I'm gonna get "Diaryland.com" tattoed on my ass tomorrow, so tell your connections and maybe I'll get an answer from the tech folks soon. :)
from candoor :
language is a strange way to communicate...
from kellbelle :
And thank you for the sweet comment yesterday :)
from kellbelle :
Here's the website: http://www.freecycle.org/ you can find a local service in your area. :) It's pretty neat.
from jejiep :
definitely nothing wrong with being single. isn't that the new black nowadays?
from ghostiness :
Heehee. I'm just so psyched that Jay won. Miss shoe-tape was evil in that episode. And thanks for your "support." *grumbles about switchcraft*
from banefulvenus :
ROCK ON!!! Still love your stuff!!
from uberfrau :
It is actually more dissappointing to realize that rather than actualizing experiencing desire, you endlessly theorize on it.
from kellbelle :
Thankfully, I love BOTH of Carl's mothers. They have treated me like family from day one of dating. I'm hoping that doesn't change after Carl and I get married :)
from forty-plus :
I am watching the morning news and wondering if you have heard from your cousin?
from h2ophobic :
Thank you for your kind note!
from forty-plus :
BITE your tongue!
from breathtaken1 :
Re: the Pope...eh, you got me there I guess. Pretty sure the last one was Catholic though!
from connie-cobb :
I feel as though we've had this conversation, no? I do believe we have. What age did you score?
from imaphatpig :
This ought to work then. http://imaphatpig.diaryland.com/card2nd.html
from adorkable :
If it's any consolation, I'm in Korea watching the Super Bowl. Doesn't sound too bad? Take this into account: I have to watch it on AFN which has only military-produced commercials. So I get the game, but none of the good.
from connie-cobb :
Aww, stop. You forgot... well... you forgot that I'm no genius. ;)
from yarnsmith :
Sometimes you make laugh so hard....Did you ever see that Seinfeld episode where George was riding one of those electric carts and a bunch of old people were chasing him in theirs. I always lock my car. I live 1/2 block down from a woods that has homeless people camping in it...however I don't think their are any African American Leprecauns out there.
from cindreviews :
Cinderella Reviews is a brand new review site. So if you would like a review please come and check us out at http://cindreviews.diaryland.com/ . We hope to be hearing from you soon. Thank You!
from yarnsmith :
Congrats on the good review...it is cool to be loved. The citizens of Diaryland demand a state of the blog address.
from spritopias :
Apology accepted.
from breathtaken1 :
Yup, although I kinda doubt Hitler was ever in this particular one :) Thanks for the kind words.
from minstrelite :
I want to apologize for what happened between us a while back. I'm not sure why I went off on you like that, or what I was thinking. It was happening a lot at around about that time; true, I was having some personal issues, but I shouldn't have taken it out on you. I was reacting to an impression of something you said which I probably didn't take the right way. I don't know you really, so I had no right to make any kind of snap judgment. Please accept my apology.
from breathtaken1 :
So, I tend to click on banners for diaries. Most of the time. I see one with Lynne Cheney's face that says "Babies are Delicious." I almost didn't click, but curiosity got the better of me. I almost (not quite) fell off the chair when it took me to YOUR page. Very funny.
from yarnsmith :
Hey, is that locker room shot the one that you saw the Cheney look alike in Man Panties?
from ghostiness :
Aw, thanks.
from breathtaken1 :
I totally agree with you on MMoore. I disagree with the Mel Gibson comparison however. Truly, I do. I think he was making somethng from his heart and soul about his faith. He went up against a lot of odds and perservered and had nothing but criticism from people most of the way. And hey, I don't live in Connecticut...I don't have to say this :)
from breathtaken1 :
I agree...MM and people of his ilk are only taken seriously when they are preaching to the choir, so to speak.
from ghostiness :
Oh lord, I'm so sorry. TheyKnew needs a life. Like just because you're slightly less Liberal (read: insane) than he is, you want to see pictures of Dick Cheney's namesake.
from nicky-d :
I would, but what's your IM name? (You can either leave it my notes or e-mail it to me.)
from musicman6724 :
Right on, Sprit! Right on.
from breathtaken1 :
Maybe soemthing about your pants reminded her of Richard Gere in American Gigolo, in which case perhaps it was not mean of her, but complimentary :)
from crazy4muffin :
I am so charmed when I cross paths with a fellow diabetic. I have been insulin dependent 27 years now and am in suprisingly good health. I went the low carb route a few years ago. I woke up one moring a size 6. Careful at that gym. And I am not necessarily talking about falling off the treadmill so much as falling into that other traveler with the bowel situation.
from breathtaken1 :
Ha...I guess the question, then, is it okay to listen to Dean Martin before church? :)
from breathtaken1 :
Thanks to you I am now listening to Dean Martin...there is no Mambo Italiano on this CD though, and now it is stuck in my head and I can't even hear it. As an aside, my husband put this CD on in the car last year on night when we had a long drive to some dinner or something, and it just got so darn romantic feeling in that car. I was overcome with it. There are no current artists who can set that kind of mood.
from forty-plus :
This is a nice site for information about Ledge Light Lighthouse: http://www.lighthouse.cc/newlondonledge/.
from breathtaken1 :
Water into wine... :) I just don't think I have ever sat tipsy in a church before. And I liked it....
from forty-plus :
I am laughing now, but earlier ... not so much! Gotta love this sort of stuff.
from ghostiness :
Hard as a bucket of rocks dipped in molten lava and allowed to cool overnight. Yeah. Math is rather hard. *wink*
from breathtaken1 :
You know, I never heard much stereotyping that way until I met my inlaws who were both kids of immigrants and grew up in their respective ethnic neighborhoods in Philly. They had everybody pigeon holed. It was very wierd to me...as if every person of a certain ethnicity or race was the same. And I agree, my mom could not eat in an Italian restaurant here without getting ill, they were nothing like what she was used to in Italy. Although, that has changed somewhat in the last 50 years or so :)
from techrat :
if i had known you were allowed a harem, i would have applied for a place in it. that's a sweet gig.
from simplify :
the stationery store you're talking about is probably kate's paperie, it's quite an amazing place.
from ghostiness :
I totally heard about that. I heard in 2003 that Spongebob had become the new "gay icon" but seriously. EVERYBODY knows that the only queen on Spongebob (not literally) is Squidward.
from spritopias :
Yeah, teachers are stupid.
from karamazov :
I know he's not a Sr. He's got the "Herbert." It was short-hand. But yes, you're definitely smarter than I am, considering you're an elementary school teacher and all...
from connie-cobb :
Um, that's disturbing. The home-schoolers I know aren't average, then, they're well-adjusted. It makes me so angry when I think of how people still hate over the color of someone's skin! What year is it? Will we ever get over this?
from breathtaken1 :
You are saying the note from jyram was really from you and not from jyram at all? That jyram has never been to my site and has never written me a note and know probably is wondering who I am and why I am leaving her a note? Is that what you are saying? HAHAHAHA I just love the internet. Yesterday my entire iPod library ended up on one of those on-the-go playslists, mysteriously. It is kinda like that, I guess.
from creepatron :
test
from breathtaken1 :
Oh I know...you just stare at the bar thinking this just CANT be on the diet!
from connie-cobb :
Please see #21 addressing the unaccountable. As for it not being fair, I don't think it's fair that he's in the White House to begin with, let alone the "incumbent."
from my-solitaire :
I mean BEST, not I do Johnny bet.
from connie-cobb :
No, it's good. Melike.
from connie-cobb :
You have an enormous output of diary entries - have you noticed? Sometimes, you update 3x's a day. Do you drink coffee?
from connie-cobb :
Are you trying to be avant garde by saying you don't know what it is, or do you really not know what it is? AHhhhhhh - all of these post-mod terms are confusing.
from breathtaken1 :
Oh I know they are! My friend's daughter ran over one a few years ago, and they had blood and skin and stuff all over their garage floor for days!
from leslieirene :
Thank you for your comment. You made my day, week, month, and possibly, my year. You have no idea what a kind word can mean sometimes. Thank you, again. :) Leslie
from yarnsmith :
I left an addendum on my Billboard posting crediting you with the suggestion that I would be a Redneck and not a Hillbilly...thank God...I wouldn't want to be a Hillbilly..what would the neighbors think?
from forty-plus :
This sent me on a new tangent of wondering what animal my family looks like or which animal each of us resembles. Um. You know I did not take it personally, don't you? I thought it was funny even if we were one of the families!
from porktornado :
Didja' ever figure out who the jackass was? He's been spamming my junk (not nearly as dirty as it sounds) with various pieces of dung lately. The e-mail address he uses is android2u@aol.com, and he has used the name nEo before. Because, you know...the matrix is so cool, and throwing a capital letter in a name everyone hates is even cooler...
from connie-cobb :
Ahhh that's too funny. I remember there was quite the infatuation with Garth's "The Dance" -- make grown men cry, etc. You're iPod was smart to crash because of that. ;)
from connie-cobb :
Yeah - it happened about a week ago, so that's probably why my entries have been serious downers here & there. Oh well.
from forty-plus :
No delay whatsoever ... the kidlets were very, very annoyed! It is very slick on unpaved/unshoveled surfaces, be careful.
from connie-cobb :
You have carbs on the brain and not in the belly. Did you know Salman Rushdie just got married last year to some hottie?
from yarnsmith :
I'll bet you were the cutest Madison on the block that Halloween. Gotta respect a kid who dresses like a dead President for Halloween.
from treesssa :
Thanks for the update on Betty/Ben. I'm adding you to my favorites.
from breathtaken1 :
Really? How are the comments that different? Just curious. Sell me. Does Andrew give you a cut?
from myexodus :
I'm slow...but did eventually figure out that Dawn may be mimicking my attitude I have towards my mother, because it is usually Dawn I rant my tales of rage. ~~~Oh most certainly, I am always polite and generous <--no sarcasm meant, when she comes for a visit. I do try my hardest to limit her stays, because I can only play the gracious hostess for only so long.
from breathtaken1 :
Dancing in the streets of the USA! Sounds like fun! Maybe we could get a grant from Apple!
from yarnsmith :
No booze no drugs but give me that Rocky Mountain High..Oh Yea...John Denver.
from breathtaken1 :
chuckle, chuckle, yeah.
from spritopias :
and fat
from breathtaken1 :
Good for you! ROCK ON! I love Dr. Atkins, I think he was a visionary. And to those people who promulgate the conspiracy theory that he didn't slip and die from a blow to the head, but rather from bacon encrusted arteries, I say they are just jealous.
from connie-cobb :
Anything for me, huh? That don't make no sense. ;)
from meadow-lark :
(re: entry on dieting.) Hahaha that's brilliant, I'll have to keep it in mind. XD
from mammas-pills :
Happy late New Year. Take care, mister J.
from yarnsmith :
I hope you didn't fall into hell and it was just your dinner...OH well...if it is hell, you will never get this note. 70's TV was the best. I forgot about them remaking Battlestar Gallactica...something tells me a remake will suck. My husband is Archie Bunker. Even though 70's TV rocked,,,late 70's music SUCKED. We even had a big "disco sucks" revolution here in Chicago where 2 DJs entices a bunch of fans onto a baseball field during the 7th inning stretch for a disco demolition. It got so out of hand they had to cancel the rest of the game. After disco Music didn't recover again until the 90's.
from forty-plus :
Why would I be mad at you?! I worry about any diet that is extreme, or should I say I worry about anyone who takes a diet-theory to extremes. Whenever a physician is involved, I feel better about our decisions. I did not realize you have arthritis, you are but a baby. I wish it wasn't so (the arthritis, not your youth)! Happy Saturday cleaning.
from forty-plus :
Which diet book are you following?
from spritopias :
Tea! It's on my diet in trace amounts!
from forty-plus :
Are you having a cup of hot tea or coffee? It's tea for me!
from simplify :
I want a big sturdy table and that's just not what IKEA is good for. however, i love the hell out of IKEA bookshelves and my house proves it.
from simplify :
I want a big sturdy table and that's just not what IKEA is good for. however, i love the hell out of IKEA bookshelves and my house proves it.
from breathtaken1 :
Well, I can think of at least a couple of other things genitalia is good for besides laughing at. UNLESS you are 12 :)
from breathtaken1 :
One day in the far away future, I will reread that last note and forget the context it was left in, and have a really good laugh.
from porktornado :
It's not me doing it. I'd let andrew know. They left some spam on my site as well, but not that much.
from ruachadonai :
Thanks, I am on the wall of lame, due to the fact that I said something about him needing to get a job instead of beating his wife and spreading conspiracy theories. All is supposedly "forgiven" however. (That is NOT my picture by the way).
from teaforone :
the comment was made about 'wishing her sons grew up to be like you'... I have no sons - if you were like my sons, you'd be non-existent (and that would suck). That's when the movie 'Heathers' popped into my head, which is where that line came from. I tend to segue like changing channels on tv, only it's my head - and somebody else has the remote.
from simplify :
i would never combine diaryland meetings, but i'd be happy to meet you separately. e mail me and we can make plans.
from ghostiness :
I'm not really, though he is just...URGH, I hate that guy. But you know the secular world. That's how THEY judge US. I'm sick of freakjobs dictating our stance in the world.
from yarnsmith :
Snowdays are a gift from God and aren't your students lucky to have a teacher who know that. My ex boss was a Mormon. I have a Book of Mormon...I keep it around for a conversation piece and if a Mormon comes to my door, I can wave it at him and tell him I already got one.
from breathtaken1 :
Hey, there is nothing wrong with a teeeeensy bit of materialism between close friends, or at least family...
from penmaster :
i love your banner --- "homersexual". it is the best.
from orange2o :
HAPPY NEW YEAR !!
from candoor :
happy new year :)
from candoor :
happy new year :)
from yarnsmith :
Happy New Year. I am glad I found your diary. You are an interesting young man and fun to read. I am trimming the fat too...then again..Ive said that before. Paula
from breathtaken1 :
Hey, thanks! But who needs luck when they have skill :) Anyway, Happy New Year! thanks for all the wonderful entries and I hope to enjoy more of your writing in the new year. Good luck with the MA.
from connie-cobb :
I'm sorry about the Xmas Santa mom! Git ready fer a new year! I dedicate 2005 to you if you dedicate it to me...
from yarnsmith :
I love the elegant way you describe the real meaning of Christmas...Thanks for the reminder.
from ghostiness :
I love you. I'm sorry that David Hasselhoff ruined your poor ears. Please accept these digital chocolates as an apology. *giggle* Happy Holidays, Caesar!
from yarnsmith :
We watch Sabado Gigante regularly. My daughter is going to marry a Mexican...we need to learn Spanish. Merry Christmas!!! Ho Ho HO!!!
from thedrink :
I will make out with you AND give you a free book, however one will have nothing to do with the other.
from yarnsmith :
I just drove across Ohio last week. There is definitely something weird about Ohio.
from yarnsmith :
Germs suck...I personally won't eat anything cooked by someone with those long long acrylic nails...that is my personal phobia...good place for germs to hide.
from breathtaken1 :
What...no honking? Are you serious? My husband wouldn't know what to do...he's from Philly and apparently you aren't allowed to drive there if you don't honk profusely ;D
from forty-plus :
What do you snack on, if not baked goods?
from ezi :
what what what? Hostess Hohos. chocolatey, spongy and creamy.
from techrat :
excuse me for being a little slow in responding to notes, but crash a wedding, you say? can i tell people there that i'm your girlfriend? and that i'm actually married to someone else and am having an affair with you?
from breathtaken1 :
Thank you for the compliment...I am not brilliant though. Inspired to reach above myself sometimes, maybe...
from breathtaken1 :
Interesting exchange below! I like how he deleted his entire journal to avoid giving out the information which he then summarized in his one remaining entry! Anyway, thanks for your note on faith...I have responded further in my diary. Methinks I will get a few nasty comments on it, but oh well...
from spritopias :
Wait, you start something in my diary and don't enjoy it? Am I supposed to? Get a life and get help.
from minstrelite :
I'm deleting your notes without reading them. Please do not contact me again. I do not find this amusing.
from spritopias :
Oh, no, sir. You cannot run around like the Judge, Jury and Executioner of Diary Land, that's Hamilitonian's job, get your own. Also, don't claim to see into my heart and then say that it is a super power only YOU have. If you can't take critisism, keep it to yourself. Seek the help you tell others they need.
from minstrelite :
Please do not leave me any more notes or send me any more emails. God knows my heart, and this is disturbing me more than I am able to bear. Have some compassion.
from spritopias :
Do not take your mental illness, your insecurity and your doubt out on me. You do not believe the way you want to. You don't feel God the way you want to so you go around and judge people to make yourself feel big about yourself. You are sitting there feeling smug right now because of what you said, that smug feeling is covering your own feelings of insecurity. It's sad really, but I'm glad you're not the Emperor of France, Mr. Bounaparte, we'd all suffer your feelings of small, insignifcantness. How dare you go around and tell people what is in their hearts? Since you are pretty pedestrian, your writing gives it away. You are small minded, small hearted, and what mind and heart you do have is filled with a hubris that will send you to Hell faster than any banner I could ever come up with. That banner doesn't mock the crucifixion. It mocks the pharasees on Diary Land, led by YOU. It mocks your reaction to the world and those in it. Look in a mirror, your hatred of others and judgemental attitudes are why the church is hated, Satan works through your pride to keep people away. It's sad that your inflated sense of self is driving people from Christ. You're like the misguided disciples who drove children from the Lord. Shame on you.
from minstrelite :
I was cleaning out my Inbox and ran into an old email from you that I had neve read. It disturbed me somewhat, and I replied to it impulsively. Please overlook my reply. Sometimes I act without thinking. Neither of us knows each other - let's keep it that way, okay? I'll pray that you find a way of living that does not involve irreverent catharsis. Believe it or not, there is a better way.
from forty-plus :
Do you mean the view details for your own diary rings? The first option is HTML.
from yarnsmith :
Be afraid...be very afraid. Thanks for the inside scoop on the conspiracy. I wonder how much damage that double cheese I had yesterday did....and I always did wonder who was in the 2nd world...now I know.
from forty-plus :
P.S. Thanks for joining the East Coast diary ring!
from forty-plus :
Visit your profile, click on "your diaryrings" and click the link at the bottom of the page to create your own. After you create a name and description you can change/add artwork in the html set up code. Hope this helps.
from connie-cobb :
Wellll, maybe I will email you!
from connie-cobb :
Wait a minute - did you have a health scare? I don't know how I missed this, but are you ok? I was just reading the other notes...
from connie-cobb :
Ohhh doll. I'm super-bored. SUPER-DUPER BORED.
from yarnsmith :
Ha...a snowman in the middle of the road...pure genius. I wonder if it would be weird for a 48 year old woman to build a snowman in the middle of the road? Then again no one would have to know, would they? Thanks for the deliciously evil idea.
from breathtaken1 :
My thoughts and prayers are with you. I don't know what else to say. Unlike the atheists tearing up my notes right now, I think that means something to YOU. Hang in there :) Like the not below me says, odds are very good that you are fine.
from yarnsmith :
If I had a nickle for everything that I thought was cancer in my 48 years on earth and just turned out to be a zit or an itch or a bump of no concern...I would be rich. I am sure you will be fine...I know...I can say that all I want but it still is scary to the person who is wondering what is wrong. Hope all proves to be alright with you...take care.
from theyknew :
TOUCHE' AS WELL
from connie-cobb :
God, 13 was just awful, wasn't it. I completely agree with you.
from connie-cobb :
Aww hell. Is that what's going on? I've been freaking out for the past 3 months, and I'm blaming it on my "life changing move" to NYC...
from connie-cobb :
Exactamundo, muchacho!
from thedrink :
and now I would like to make out with you...
from hamiltonian :
Just wanted to say Happy Thanksgiving to you too. Your comments section wasnt working for some reason.
from simplify :
you are so nice about always comemnting on my diary and i want you to know that i appreciate it. your a good egg.
from my-solitaire :
Your comments are not working :o( but anyway If you make a shirt that says "free Martha" I would buy it from you and wear it with pride. I <3 Martha too!
from bettyalready :
I just now saw I am the first lady elect of diaryland. I HAD NO IDEA! Gia was like "What does that mean?" Hm.
from connie-cobb :
Are you saying that I don't update buzznet often enough? I know I don't ok?!?!! I'm kidding.
from connie-cobb :
I FINALLY upgraded my ass to gold, you see. Images, images, images! All day long! ;)
from connie-cobb :
I FINALLY upgraded my ass to gold, you see. Images, images, images! All day long! ;)
from hamiltonian :
“There are plenty of bad things about George W. Bush and his father, Michael Moore did not need to make things up.” -- that will get you listed in my favorites!
from connie-cobb :
Aren't we all jealous of the white. Aren't we- wait a minute, I sound like a racist. I meant the iPod. I was trying to be sly and use ambiguity to describe the iPod. I don't like the New York, I tell you what.
from breathtaken1 :
I do believe I might actually pay real money to see you take on Hamiltonian in the flesh :)
from waterstain :
Yes. I raised beef. Got them as wee little calves, bottle fed them (aww and such), turned them out to graze... and then they formed a penchant for sticking their heads through the fence and eating my flowers, so I decided it was time for them to go hang out with Jesus for a while whilst I enjoyed myself some country fried steak and fajitas and the like. The end.
from yarnsmith :
Hurts your feet???
from yarnsmith :
I always suggest people read "The Source", a novel by James Michener. I belive it was written in the late 60's and is a novel of a town in Israel from the stone age to the time of the novel. It is quite engaging and gives one a panorama of the history of that region and of the Jews. Have you read it?
from yarnsmith :
So sorry...don't know where I got my assumption.
from breathtaken1 :
Omigosh...just to be mentioned on the same page as Ann Coulter takes my breath away. I am not nearly as smart, sassy or sexy as she...but I do have the long blonde hair thing going on. And now, I am sure to have the most famous notes in all of Diaryland! Thanks!
from devian :
gay pride is a whole month on the east coast? god, i lived there for years and never knew that...
from breathtaken1 :
yes, I had the http:// part in there twice somehow. It is fixed, please try again :)
from yarnsmith :
Re apprentice....I'm so hoping Chris gets the Ax tonight.
from yarnsmith :
I think your cake looks yummy.
from pandionna :
Why did I KNOW that the "you promised" banner ad was yours? Alas, I never made that promise. In fact, I promised to stay here and drive all the righties nuts. Hey, I was wondering, have you ever written about No Child Left Behind? What are your thoughts on that?
from yarnsmith :
Thanks for adding me..your post on the rubbers had me rolling on the floor. I look forward to more...Paula
from yarnsmith :
Thank you for the posting about burying the hatchet. I was dropped as a buddy with absolutely no warning by the same person you mention in your posting, just for the way I voted. This really bothers me as I never once criticized the other candidate, nor did I gloat when it was all over. As a matter of fact, my posting on November 3rd was in consolation of the people whom I knew were suffering from an emotional hangover. It is funny but I have not gotten half the notes I usually do since the election and my readership has dropped in half also. I know that there is division in the way Americans think but hasn't there always been? My Mom and Dad used to vote for opposing sides and they still loved each other in spite of the differences. I pity rabid people who think the world will come to an end over an election.
from ghostiness :
Thank you, Chris. Always nice to hear those all-too-sweet things from you. :)
from hamiltonian :
God bless America
from pirategrrl66 :
i liked your banner, so i clicked, and i like your diary even more. finally, someone else on d-land who isn't a crazy liberal! i especially liked your entry from october 26...my feelings exactly. i will be coming back!
from hamiltonian :
Btw.. tell what you think of the music I put in my journal.. good or bad? Trying to add something else to it.. I value your opinion.
from hamiltonian :
I am for the state of Israel but not a fan of how they do business. Nor am I a fan of outright democracies or big government.
from nochipa :
I was just fooling around and i found ur diary, i find it pretty interesting, not like the usual stuff....different but cool.
from newgyptian :
hey, i like your diary template. ;-) How do you get your buzznet photos to link at the bottom there, or is that a dumb question? Please to be explaining.
from myexodus :
Your newest note made me cry. It seeped inside my wall and made me acknowledge the truth in my heart. It did matter and I was angry towards her for letting me not know for so long. So I was ugly towards her.
from boxx9000 :
You took a pay cut of 2/3rds? The public school job must have been really bad or the private school job must be really good? How many years have you been teaching? Which grade levels?
from boxx9000 :
WHY are you working at a fast food place? i know teachers are underpaid. (I'm a 2nd year teacher) You've been working for a few years so I would guess you make more than I do? Sometimes i tutor and make some good tax free money on the side. Not enough of it. I've learned to make do with less.
from forty-plus :
The dogs' owner freaked because you took photographs of her wild, unmannered pups? You should have pushed her in the water! Loved the "Beat It" background music.
from my-solitaire :
I will be voting for the minimum wage increase as well, and you're right it should be handled gradually otherwise it'll be an economic shock... I just want a dollar more an hour ^_^
from forty-plus :
I've never visited the Springfield Zoo, but I've found Roger Williams to be very kid-friendly. When the boys were elementary school we must have taken a field trip a year there and we did it a couple of times with Parks and Rec. I think fall may be a perfect time for a visit -- less people making it easier to watch all the young ones. P.S. Bring your camera, there's lots of great photo opportunities.
from waterstain :
halliburton ate your baby, too? ...that was the best title ever. seriously. you get a spot on my buddylist on that title alone. (don't worry... that warm, tingly feeling is perfectly normal.)
from trinity63 :
Factual Paper criteria: • Include only factual information in this paper— that is, straightforward description supported by evidence from cited sources. • Offer a minimum of 20 factual statements on your topic. Cite at least six sources for your paper. These statements will later become the evidentiary basis of your Interpretive Paper, which is to be written on the same topic. • Each statement that you present should be supported by three different sources, and each source should be cited at the end of the relevant statement in a conventional style.
from breathtaken1 :
Hey, if that apology was meant for me, it is accepted, but totally unecessary. I feel as if I am the epicenter of some spontaneous democracy in action. There is nothing like a little heated debate around election time to get the blood pumping :)
from hamiltonian :
Umm I dont expect for us to agree about everything . I am sure we agree about many things. Like I said if ever want to know more I am an email away. That is me.. open and honest. I forgot one other thing.. I think very highly of John Jay and *DUH* Alexander Hamilton. I better get to bed been up since 4am and have long day ahead of me.
from hamiltonian :
What about Hamiltonians?
from spritopias :
liberals good, leftists bad
from my-solitaire :
NO I was saying that you can preach TO the librals.
from hamiltonian :
So you know I tried emailing you... not a valid email address it came back to me. My feelings are not hurt, but you presume to know about my views and talk down to be which is quite arrogant of you. I just told you my views, and if you were curious as to them you could email me to clarify about them.
from hamiltonian :
Again you missed my point and prejudged me. I have traveled internationally, and have a good understanding of how our world works. I believe that American political leaders should be held accountable which they are not. I asked before if you were curious of my views to email and ask me to clarify before leaving yet another spiteful comment. I ask this again...
from forty-plus :
Oh my word! Your comment was so funny. You're a riot and always make my day.
from spritopias :
Notes are being wacky today, as are comments. Continue to throw stones, blow kisses or throw kisses and blow stones, whatever it is that you do. I appreciate both, esp. when I deserve it.
from bellepoque :
That was quite possibly one of the nastiest notes I've ever gotten. You're aware of my political beliefs, so please, feel free to quit reading at any time.
from hamiltonian :
I may go see that this week. I like seeing two films in a row at the theatre. For some reason your comment section is showing an error, just so you know.
from boxx9000 :
The prince? as in Niccolo Machiavelli?
from pandionna :
P.S. Teachers are indeed underappreciated. My niece is one, and my huz (as long as he still is, might as well call him that) is probably going to start subbing in the fall en route to doing it full time. My sister was a teacher for 10 years, too, and another sister works in the a high school's front office. When we pay pro athletes what we pay them, and pay teachers what we pay THEM, well, it just goes to show where the nation's priorities are. While you and I may disagree politically, it sounds like you're a good teacher and your students are lucky to have you.
from pandionna :
Awww, thank you! Very kind of you. Also, I appreciate your entries on family dynamics. I'm sorry to hear about Buddy, too. Hang in there!
from hamiltonian :
btw.. I am an adult not a kid. Just so you know *wink*... Thank you for the note!
from hamiltonian :
On Heinz-Kerry being a ritch upper class woman out of touch with reality? Yes i do think we agree. Or am I dead wrong.. umm dead wrong?
from hamiltonian :
Curious as to your opinion on lawyers?
from pyewacket68 :
I'm sorry you lost your dog as well. I just stumbled across your notes and have really found your diary interesting. Best Wishes.
from moee :
I know how it feels to loose your beloved pet. I am SO sorry that you have to experience that! (HUG!!!)
from shortst101 :
Thank you for your kind words on my diary. I appreciate your thoughts and prayers. Sandy
from orange2o :
Hi from orange2o... Thanks for adding my diary to your favorites list.
from b-w-p :
Well, now I'm likely to keep you listed simply as an act of defiance with a description of "Thinks I have a short attention sp..."
from boxx9000 :
What trick with Mary Cheney? What happened that I missed?
from boxx9000 :
What trick with Mary Cheney? What happened that I missed?
from sallydallydo :
Howdy! What fun! Just curious, which was the post with the link to the Asperger's kid? I have a child with Asperger's, and apparently the kid (in the article someone mentioned in a previous note) has parents who have sh*t for brains...
from hamiltonian :
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from hamiltonian :
I am officially running against you! HAMILTONIAN/GUMPHOOD 2004!
from shawcayour :
Superfluous Discourse? funny name.
from banefulvenus :
I laughed when I saw your banner... :)
from minstrelite :
Thank you for identifying yourself more fully. I am also a Lutheran and, as you know, a teacher, but I am a Christian first. You make some good points in your most recent note; however, I believe that you ought to change the title of your journal, which refers to you as a blue-eyed devil and refers to your comments as blasphemous. In fact, I must admit that from a Christian standpoint, a lot of the tone of your journal does seem inordinately irreverent, and I'm sorry to hear that we Lutherans have allowed you to instruct our children. As a Christian, you neither need the identity your diary proclaims, nor ought you to wear its label. It causes your brothers and sisters to assume you are an unbeliever, as I did, therefore we seek by all means to enlighten you. I will pray for you, and I will not talk to you until you have told me that you have repented. If you do know the Lord, which I question, it should be a simple matter for you. Please contact me again when you have examined your heart, and you have done so. I believe that God called me today to speak to you for this purpose.
from minstrelite :
And just to add a little more flavor to this discussion, I happen to think it's kind of cool to be celebrating the Reformation and having it done in a way that resembles Halloween. What's so lame about it? Do you personally understand what the Reformation was all about and I identify with it as you know I do? Are the Saints in Heaven going to be displayed as they were martyred here on earth? Christians are not supposed to celebrate carnality, they're supposed to celebrate the risen Christ. I refer to the martyrdom of the Saints and of Jesus Himself as much as the next guy. I just don't celebrate it. I do not celebrate His crucifixion. I only comemmorate it. I celebrate His resurrection.
from minstrelite :
I did understand your entry. I simply disagree. The name of the event is not so relevant as its association with (and contrast to) the event after which it is patterned. The timing here is key. After all, they're not holding it on Easter, are they? Obviously it pertains to Halloween, so the point is still made.
from minstrelite :
I disagree. In the spirit of wholesome cultural transformation, Halloween should be transformed, and your pastor is right on the mark. The characters to whom you allude in Scripture are real and necessary in the context of the most real Book ever written. Our children need not parade as such.
from hamiltonian :
Okay its PUBLIUS/GUMP ! We challenge you!
from hamiltonian :
I will only debate for comedic reasoning!
from hamiltonian :
Thats it I am formally challenging you for the Presidency! When do we debate?
from hamiltonian :
You need to be challenged for this presidency of dland.
from breathtaken1 :
Thanks for giving that link to the article about the child with Aspergers. We are currently having playground issues involving an Autsitic child (I don't think he has Aspergers, but he is very high functioning). It is a subject I am obsessed with. I too could go on and on...but basically my 7 year old, and anyone he chooses to play with, is harrassed by said child. He has gotten very physical and rough and it crossed my mind a couple of times that some of us ,if it gets worse, might have to threaten some legal action to deal with it. For now, the principal is out there keeping an eye on him. But only during lunch, not during recess. WHAT burns me up though, is that this child is qualified to either go to a special school, or to have a full time aide. His parents decline both because they don't want anyone to know he is different (like people cannot tell?). So he is turned loose in an unstructured environment during recesses and lunch, where, due to his disability he "doesn't speak the language," and continually breaks rules and, as I said, is starting to hurt other kids. MY POINT being that kids who are not disabled should have rights as well...
from myexodus :
I tell no lie....somethings about my mother I have inherited....I recall her taking a bubble bath with Tide. When asked why she did that, she'd say after her bath, she'd have the tub all cleaned down.
from saladwhore :
Can you highlight the text, does that help? I will be changing templates *very* soon though so never fear! Someone offered to make me one so i was waiting for that . . . but I think I might just make my own. The one I'm adapting doesn't work on a Mac apparently though, so . . . I'm still kind of wishy-washy about it. It's such a dilemma!
from breathtaken1 :
LOL...you are already counting the number of school days left! The little Kinders and 1st graders I have been teaching (subbing) are busy counting how many days so far (16 already here, in case you were wondering...). I had not even thought of looking at it from the other direction yet! Besides, as a parent of a second grader, a BOY, I was waiting all summer for school to start! I am not exactly counting down to the next extended period of his bouncing and bounding and being bored (as in MOMIMBORED) again...
from ghostiness :
Fair enough. I know I got the part in my journal about what happened to me today right, though. I can relish in that at least. Ew, relish.
from connie-cobb :
I thought I had (eGADS!!!!) run out of things to talk about. But changing locations has drastically increased the amount of rubbage that needs to be poured out of my head. Hooray!!!
from connie-cobb :
Hooray! Back in black! Shook me all night long! The devils out of castle rock.... yeah, that made no sense. I'm watching a terrible movie right now, recovering from bad dance moves from last night and wishing I didn't eat so much...
from myexodus :
I thought of doing that! I'm going to change the percent too!
from mizlizzy :
Dear Spiritopias: Please be advised that I have decided you are fantabulous! I got to you through my sister Moee, and after reading only 7 entries, I have declared you adorable and a new favorite! I should have known that Yvonne and Moee wouldn't adore you if you werent. :-) MizLizzy
from trinity63 :
is orkut down for the count?
from spritopias :
No, not at all. Saddam was a threat to the United States. He was attacking us. He was a treat to the world order.
from ghostiness :
Also, the war on Osama's terror was brought to us, but I mean, the Saddamm thing kind of popped out of nowhere. I get that he was doing bad things, but it was all "Osama, Osama, Osama! Oh, we can't find him, and um, oh look, Hussein! Hussein, Hussein, Hussein!"
from ghostiness :
Hee. I recognize his ill-will. I really think it's fine that we took him out, but Bush was connecting 9/11 to Saddam, which, um, no.
from inkdragon :
Thanks for reminding me they will not stray too far from the wallet!
from pandionna :
So sorry that the flock attacked you in Wal-Mart. If I've told them once, I've told them a thousand times to stay out of there. Might I ask which banner ad it was? I had three running, one about God blessing 'Merica, one about gracious flies, and one about a watery tart. Also? Mullets are bad, bad things. Not even hockey players wear them much anymore.
from saladwhore :
Thanks for posting the entire story on the mullet! The reason it struck me was that when I taught preschool in a uppity, well-to-do child care center, I had a 3 year old student one year who had the WORST haircut. It was a bowl-cut mullet, if you can imagine that. His mother admitted to cutting it herself, and I swear instead of using a regular bowl she must have used a gravy boat. She would have the kid's bangs super short in front and the back would reach his collar. Even when you are three, the other kids make fun of your hair. There was another child in class who had a habit of cutting hair. We ALWAYS seated him next to Gravy Boat Boy in hopes he'd cut the right kid's hair but it unfortunately never happened. Somewhere there is a now 11-year-old boy out there with a gravy boat hairdo. I get ya about the parents. It can just be astounding at times. I once bought a Head Start student a new pair of shoes and mailed them directly to her home (because I would have gotten in huge trouble at work for giving a student something like that.) It was December and she was still wearing broken sandals. Her parents were both out of work and struggling to keep their kids and their home. The return address on the shoes said Santa Claus, North Pole. The first time she wore them to school, the other girls noticed right away and she told them straight out, "They're from Santa, DON'T get them dirty!" That little girl was definitely holding her head a little higher that day. It was the best $30 I ever, ever spent in all my life.
from saladwhore :
I just read your comments on Weetabix's diary. Did you seriously pay a kid to cut off another kid's mullet? Oh my dear, you must go on my favorites now . . . even if you are a Republican. ;-)
from breathtaken1 :
Damn you are one prolific writer. You are giving me reader's cramp!
from cherryaa :
Hello. Should I make you a favourite because you can spell & know grammar and words? Or should I ignore you, as we seem to have little else in common? Your opinion, please :) Cx
from candoor :
there goes my idea about becoming a vegetarian... we have leftover meatloaf here.
from kestra :
Yeah, technically we're considered a republic, but so often now people refer to America as a democracy that it seems to just mean to them "any kind of government where you vote." Not like anybody has ever said, "The Iraqi insurgents are just jealous of our (republican) ways." I am just kidding, of course you are right, but sometimes it's easy to make that slip when it's said around you all the time, so please forgive that. Of course, turning 18 years old means that you can vote, and you have to pay taxes, but it doesn't mean by that age you've automatically accepted every corrupt politician and corrupt system you're surrounded by. Of course you can object to it, thank goodness for freedom of speech right, though you can bet nothing is gonna change no matter what you say, unless you happen to be saying it and having lots of money! ;-) I think the fact that voter turn-out is so low is a good indication of people giving up on the system and instead of dealing with the problem, turning apathetic or considering it a hopeless cause to try to change things. It's funny when you think about the flaws of the system being revealed, and now more people want to vote, which is a way of supporting that very system. Maybe people are just becoming less apathetic, and think now that something can be done.
from turtlemomma :
Great banner :o)~
from lovinglav :
I have a what for a link? Me confused.
from chubbychic :
Awww *hugs* You made me blush. :)
from chubbychic :
I can't believe I haven't seen this diary sooner! You're hilarious, and the way you express your political views (which rock, btw), is too funny. I'm adding you to my buddy list for sure!
from teaforone :
Ahhh - you forget, I AM a creep. So feeling creepy is normal for me. But I guess this is 'good' creepy - thanks!
from simplify :
not only did i survive camping, i even had fun. i know, it's amazing.
from breathtaken1 :
Actually, if it weren't for the NO CARBS thing, the Atkins' Diet would be perfect! :)
from simplify :
it's been suggested to me before to have a link to my notes, but i choose not to do that. if you click on the word "exchanged" at the top of my diary that will take you to my message board. otherwise the only way to get to my notes is through my profile.
from inkdragon :
I think an aquarium based class pet would be an excellent idea. Make it fish, then you wouldn't worry about man-handling (or child-handling)!
from amanya :
yes,i have returned to the east coast. i feel closer to you already. hopefully we will run into each other at Roosevelt field. i will be looking for a loud Spritopias and you can look out for that pancake butt minus the beyonce fro. hugs and kisses. Kika Amanya
from xnavygrrl :
Oh, my god. Your banner was hilarious!!
from tenchi1986 :
i know u have alot of note sbut i felt it necessary to ask if its ok if i put u on my budylist i saw ur banner and thot it was just hilarious so i read a couple of entries and i truely believe that u wont end up being one of the whiny little brats whose diaries i for suum reason keep readin anyway keep up the good work...yes i know im an idiot....
from havechosen :
Can I be a pest and ask for the link back to your first entry? It doesn't seem to be there on your archives page. I know you have an insane number of posts, but I like going through all of the posts.
from banefulvenus :
LOVED YOUR BANNER!!!
from augustdreams :
I agree completely about ghostiness. I adore her diary, and her writing. I wish I'd had half her confidence and courage when I was her age. One of the things I love most about d*land is the friends I've made who run the gamut from high school to grandparenthood. It proves good writing is ageless.
from ghostiness :
I know I left you a comment, but man. Just had to write something more... official? I don't know, but... thanks again for the pimpage...and wow. You're seriously the best thing since sliced bread. Whatever _that_ means.
from giantkiller :
Hi there! My name is Beth and I run an all-republican diaryland site at nonannies.diaryland.com . Please check it out, as I am seriously trying to expand the growth of republicans on diaryland. Thanks and GB
from breathtaken1 :
Loved your comment about being one of the FIVE registered Republicans in New England! I am one of the FOUR registered Repulicans in the late great state of California. Me, my husband the governator, and...some other guy I haven't been able to locate yet...
from theatre-geek :
Been so busy lately...nice profile comment. :-)
from inkdragon :
I have fun getting towed on the tube, but it doesn't compare to taking photos of those being dragged, bumped and dumped! Must be the evil side of my heart.
from ghostiness :
I heart you. Thanks for the "lesson".
from sanetwin :
oh the bottle/penn. entry was fantabulous!!
from sunnflower :
Go read this chubbychic entry - she's such a great diarist and very funny. This entry will make you laugh - http://chubbychic.diaryland.com/close2you09.html
from inkdragon :
Thanks for your support. I'm bumming but it will work out just fine, it always does.
from myexodus :
Check this out: http://theyknew.diaryland.com/040704_68.html
from myexodus :
I'm about to put the money out for this child to get back to Texas. A day or two is about all the tolerance I have for emergency placements. They become like guests...after 3 days they stink of fish...or however that saying goes. =*[ This country music is just taking me to the edge! How in the world can a person stand listening to that crap??????
from peeperjen :
No, I meant I thought I would get Mary Magdaline, but I guess she's too nice for me to be. I should have known I would get a bad person like Jezebel. Mary, at least, was a good person, Jezebel and Lady Macbeth are evil (like me, apparently!)
from ghostiness :
Heh. The 'tox strikes again. It's craziness!
from saucy99 :
Here's the link. http://slate.msn.com/id/2102723/ Enjoy!
from theatre-geek :
Regarding the movie...well, I don't know if I'll agree with everything in it. I didn't really know about it until J said, "Hey, let's go" the other night. I tend to lean toward the liberal end of things, but I was raised in a pretty conservative background. On one hand, the public image Bush puts out is that of someone who is dumb as a post. But, on the other hand, being the president is a hard job. I don't know anyone who could do it. When people look at the president and say, they miss Bill Clinton? Something's wrong there. I dunno. Maybe I'll hate the movie. Maybe I'll like it. As I tell people who get scared when they watch a horror movie, it is only a MOVIE. Just one guy's attempt at entertainment and to make some money.
from biensoul :
"...who's not 17 and doesn't know what you mean when talk turns to single malts or stilton or my..." I think I may love you now.
from peeperjen :
wow, I haven't been here in a while... I like the change. But I especially like the Mickey Mouse waffles down there at the bottom.
from leslieirene :
Thanks for the note. Veering towards the right....I can live with that. :)
from leslieirene :
That's quite a dream about Barbara Bush singing from "Chicago"! lmao. Would you mind if I added you to my favorites? I really like your diary.
from helderheid :
http://www.livejournal.com/users/vrijheid/ Helderheid's new addy :)
from say-good-bi :
omg dude I stumbled across your poop survey. It totally made my day! poop rocks! LMAO
from inkdragon :
I have some template work to do, meaning I will have to lock up for a while. You said having my button on your page when I lock up destroys your page, so I wanted to give you a heads up. Happy Friday!
from saucy99 :
Hi. I like your dairy and I added you as a favorite some time ago so I though I should say hello. Hello!
from peeperjen :
what? We had the same grandma?
from scottie1402 :
thanks a lot...the template IS good, isn't it? just a shame i didn't design it, i guess :p
from parlance :
Sorry about the dog. I dog sat this one time and the dog was well behaved, but it smelled like ass. A part of me thinks that people that are MORE likely to ask you to dog sit if they are too damn lazy to take care of their own animals in the first place. Secondly, I agree whole heartedly with you on the rapist story. What kind of sick fuck is able to pull that off? He definitely deserves to be shot.
from inkdragon :
You are, without a doubt, THE BEST! Thanks for the offer to clean my house, my husband may need you...Oldest Son and I are taking a road trip with our senior high youth group. Four colleges in four days with three adults and 25 kids in two vans! I'm bringing extra deoderant and Orbit gum...stinky kids and enclosed places do not mix well. I will feel much better when this weather breaks. Thanks for being such a great friend.
from techrat :
oh ho, it seems jenn is trying to upstage me. well i love christopher more than anyone else! i want to have like ten thousand of his babies. and all their first words will be, "bitch, please!"
from thedrink :
I love you. I love you. I love you. When I win the nobel prize I'm going to dedicate it to "Christopher Stewart, a debonair fourth grade teacher with charming wit."
from techrat :
you know, i don't really leave you little notes often enough. i love you, christopher. and that's all i wanted to say.
from ezi :
not planning to drown =P just don't know how to swim
from inkdragon :
Christopher ~ I can't imagine what you would have to apologise for, you have in no way upset me with any of your comments! I will send an invitation to you for Orkut in just a couple of minutes.
from inkdragon :
Yeah Baby! UCONN ROCKS!
from simplify :
are you insane? of course i care. i never turn down a compliment. thanks so much for saying so. it's my own design i'm proud to say.
from ghostiness :
OH! Hey! I don't like the way you typed that "GIRL" mister.... oh well. I'll work on adding that back in... mystery solved. Great thanks, heehee.
from ghostiness :
Well hmmm... somethin' screwy is going on. Oh well. Thanks for hanging around :)
from nypizzas2 :
I wish you were my teacher. Have you ever considered becoming a professor at the University of Florida? We're not Lutheran, but hey, we got beer and football!
from kittyleopard :
I feel ya on the "I should not be allowed in the kitchen". My kitchen still smells like the burnt turkey from Christmas Eve dinner. Ho hum. Febreeze can't kill it,man.....shoo-ee.
from aidawrites :
i never click on banners, but yours was superb, great work.
from ghostiness :
Thanks, Sprit. We'll get through this... one way or the other. But it helps to know people care :)
from idiot-milk :
Interesting to note: the government requires licenses to kill things, but doesn't require licenses to give life to and raise things. (Not that children are "things", per se, but you know what I mean. Well. Sometimes they are. Sometimes they're little beasts. But I digress) I mean, you have to have a license to kill a damn deer, but any jackass can get knocked up and raise a kid. This strikes me as a bit odd. I'm just saying.
from idiot-milk :
Ha! Freudian slip! Or something! I mean "GO", I think. Wiat. What? shit. I should relaly just go to bed.
from idiot-milk :
Go?! Wait, what?! Go, like, GOD, man! As in "Go, man , GOD!" Or something. I've had a beverage or two. Or something. And stuff. i am not making sense. Okay, bye. Er, yeah.
from connie-cobb :
Hee hee hee. Push push in the bush!
from connie-cobb :
The fart in the jar? Or the nudie dragging around something that's half her weight? Bushies? I was so gross throughout the entry, I'm unsure of which one is which.
from foxgallagher :
:S My apologies. I figured you were making fun of him :(
from foxgallagher :
"Is our children learning?" A wonderful Bushism. Stupid president.
from idiot-milk :
Hmmm...I think I actually meant "former." Oh well. Either way.
from idiot-milk :
Don't you hate that? I mean, WHERE were these job offering dorks two months ago? Hmph. And I'm going to need you to define "unhealthy" as it pertains to this crush of yours. Are we talking standing-in-my-bushes-dressed-in-a-clown-suit-watching-me-get-undressed-with-binoculars unhealthy? Or more of a unhealthy because I'm evil sort of thing? I'm pretty okay with either way, although if it's the latter, I'm going to have to ask you to lose the clown suit. Because WOW am I afraid of clowns. Other than that, though, carry on!
from black-girl :
Glad I could shed some light on things...such as it were. Cheers.
from spritopias :
the best thing about being a lutheran is that I can do whatever I want and love whoever I want, even you nypizzas2
from nypizzas2 :
Er...or, at least, my love for you.
from nypizzas2 :
You are Lutheran. I am Catholic. You are Republican. I am Democrat. You are conservative. I am liberal. You want to marry your iBook. I am all about the pc. Our love is a forbidden one.
from idiot-milk :
I like to think that all the shitty stuff will eventually be balanced out with some really fucking awesome good stuff somewhere down the road. Of course, it's entirely possible that all the shitty stuff is already balancing out some really awesome good stuff that happened a while back. Shit. Hmmm. Oh well.
from connie-cobb :
You weren't rude. No one was rude. We are all made of stars! I'm kidding. I was looking at the Texan Death Row page again. Gave me the heebie-jeebies & now I have to walk home & I'm freaked out. I thought you should know.
from connie-cobb :
Dude, my dad is 62. I'm sorry if I sounded kinda callous, though - I was thinking of this old man & all this other stuff, but I also meant to confirm your feelings that yes, indeedy, that man ain't nice.
from inkdragon :
How in the world does my button lock up your diary? Weird!
from thedrink :
Happy Birthday!!
from boogityx2 :
Apparently it's your birthday? If so, happy birthday. And if not, lie to me because I do so hate to be wrong.
from techrat :
this is just a note to tell you that i signed your guestbook. because i'm considerate and signmyguestbook has been pretty lax with the notifications lately. so, um, there you go.
from idiot-milk :
Oh, I KNOW. You don't have to mean it, just as long as *I* believe that you mean it. Stupid cats, however, just don't care enough to make the attempt to protect my feelings. They are far more interested in the cleanliness of their bottoms, and the fact that they haven't been fed in TWO WHOLE HOURS. I swear to GOD that I'm selling them to the Gypsies, and buying some nice goldfish instead. You may not be able to cuddle goldfish, but at least THEY won't turn my house into a pig sty at every opportunity.
from idiot-milk :
Oh, plans are already in the works for contacting the Attorney General. And anyone else who might possibly help me in this situation. What those fuckers did is wrong, and they're not getting away with it. The battle might be long, it might be ugly, there might be a body count, but in the end I WILL be victorious. Oh yes, yes I will.
from one-way-mule :
It is excitement, and thank you for your words. Aah, children... good luck tomorrow, and sorry about your foot.
from sigh-co :
Ha ha, you are funny. Do people tell you that enough?
from candoor :
Totally yes, that is my first impulsive reaction to you. Who knows what the second might be.
from idiot-milk :
I found sand in the bottom of my purse last week. Now, I haven't been to a beach in almost two years, and this purse is relatively new, so HOW sand could have gotten into my purse is something of a mystery. I blame society. I would blame society for the sand in the bed, too, were I you. That, or sand is up to no good, and this is but the first phase of its plan to take over the world. It could happen.
from blueperiod84 :
it's ok, christopher. if you were getting high, you were getting high. :)
from kittyleopard :
Anytime.
from kittyleopard :
Jumpin' Lima Beans, Batman. You crack me up! Karma...oh my side.
from golfwidow :
Yes, but did anyone ask you, as a member of the American People, if you wanted an amendment? Because the whole point I was trying to make is that he said we "wanted it", and I want to know whom he asked, since he never asked me.
from ghostiness :
Awww! Thank you!! I wasn't going to comment on your patoot at all. I was happy being a sideline reader, but thanks! Christopher have I loved as well :)
from musicman6724 :
Aw. I was coming here to thank you for the note, and I find this about your school. I'm really sorry for you. Now I'm all sad. Something will come up somewhere. Don't lose hope, and most importantly, don't lose faith.
from golfwidow :
You can tell people where to go and read both entries and vote for which ones they like best, but please, no hustling. Thanks for offering, though; it was sweet.
from baloo :
Wut's goin on bruh?...Haven't talked 2 u in a wihle...Hope all is well with u...I just wanted 2 dropa line say wuttup and let u know I'm diggin the new layout...
from widyaz :
thanks for reading my diary! glad to meet a fellow teacher :-)
from amanya :
i LOVE the new page. green is my favorite color and i absolutely adore the way the page looks now. you get madd cool points for that! love, Kika Amanya
from inkdragon :
If you would like my password info please contact me at Inkdragon1@hotmail.com. Thanks.
from connie-cobb :
No need to apologize. I know my guestbook entry may have sounded like I was offended or misunderstood you, but I was sort of just thinking out loud in a general kinda way.
from connie-cobb :
PS. I changed the wording in me wee entry a bit, for less offensive purposes.
from inkdragon :
The code for Brew Reviews: <a href="http://www.brewreviews.net" target="_blank"><IMG SRC = "http://golfwidow.diaryland.com/images/brewbanner.gif" alt="Brew Reviews!" border = 0></a> I believe it should work on Mac or PC.
from kimnsrv :
Drop me an email already. A public forum is no place to have this discussion!! :-)
from sunnflower :
About the buttons - if you scrape the code out of the little box under the button you want and drop that code into your own diary template in an appropriate place, like you placed the buzznet pictures code, then the button will show up on your page and point back to that diary. If you look at inkdragon's diary you will see she has a couple buttons on her page that link to pals (like me!).
from grngrl75 :
Thanks for your note! I had a little laugh at what you wrote:) My musical interests are pretty diverse..like a bit of everything. But thanks for your note! I'm also very interested in your Diaryland Cribs that you are doing!
from officegal :
funny note. but too bad i'd kick your trash at wrestling. cause girls do it better!
from kimnsrv :
Just read your note. Cute, smartass. I'm totally smiling. And it's not the pot.
from moodymelinda :
no i didnt vote...i would not know what i was voting for....
from inkdragon :
Bring It!
from shamrock50 :
You're right, I'm not American, but I've spent enough time watching crappy American sports films to forever hold it against you that we are now not the champions because you were doing a spliff. goddamn you!
from connie-cobb :
I AM EXCITED AS WELL!
from theascension :
errrrrrr.....ne? *blink blink*
from punk-in-pink :
I think I can find it in my heart to forgive you.
from myhappiness2 :
God, you sound like my old boyfriend.
from moviewhore :
Ohhh...haha! I've seen that actually. Thanks for clearing that up.
from moviewhore :
haha, pardon? what's that about blowing state titles because of being stoned? I thought I was high when I read that because of my complete lack of understanding! Anyway, feel free to explain whenever you want....some clarity before I LOSE MY MIND!
from onlylittle :
was that note actually meant for me?? it had me goin' "huh?" i'll have to go read what you wrote in your diary about this "state title"... :) bye! .ol.
from peeperjen :
I don't think I can forgive you for blowing our shot at the state title because you were getting high. Why didn't you invite me to share the joint, man?!
from amanya :
i want you to know that i have enjoyed reading your diary for over a year and that i love you to pieces, even though i dont know you that well ( i wish i knew you better). i think you are a beautiful person and if we happen to be on Long Island in Roosevelt field at the same time ( even though i dont know how you will recognize me without the afro, though the pancke butt is still intact), we will share a bagel and smear. love ya! from: Kika Amanya
from ghostiness :
You are so strange. I don't have any good pictures of me. At all. But I'll try. And thank you for the note about the sixth place. The comment didn't phase me too much. Okay, that's a lie, it did. But it's cool.
from musicman6724 :
Thanks for the plug, sir! Maybe we can actually accomplish something, eh? :-)
from theatre-geek :
1/8/03 I have always had good skin. It hasn't been until recently I have noticed problems with dryness. Take a look at my picture. Do you think I need all this stuff? I like getting carded at stores. I think by using all this stuff, I can keep my skin looking like 20-something skin. I don't want anyone to know I am older unless I tell them. :-) Yes, you are lucky. You do have a boyish face.
from sunnflower :
Hurray, you are now an official member of the Paris Diaryring! And don't forget to post that diaryring code. I belong to so many diaryrings I had to create a whole entry page full of them with a link on my main page for those similarly inclined to overindulge in these sorts of things.
from alternamommy :
You have said some really nice things to me in the past, but that comment today takes the cake. And I don't mind telling ya I am a little teary eyed. Thank you.
from techrat :
umm, i'm a little late in getting around to this, but merry christmas, christopher.
from peeperjen :
That's right I'll take all your chocolate. And leave you with a sore appendage (that is considered an appendage, isn't it?) if you try to take it back from me. No one touches my chocolate, Mr. Frog. Unless it's Christmas, and, oh look! It is. I'll give you one piece. Don't say I never gave you anything. Merry Christmas.
from ravengreen :
Yeah...I went to Victoria's Secret with my mom once. I was there when she was picking out something for Valentine's day. ...Hearing her tell the sales lady what my dad likes was really wrong. I was pretty young and it's been inbedded in my memory...scarred for life.
from techrat :
haha. i'll be sure to warn you the next time i go around cloning, so as to avoid confusion.
from peeperjen :
I wish I was going to New York. Will you take me, please? And pay for my plane ticket and hotel room? I would like that very much. I would be eternally grateful. Yes I would. Yep. Hey, I almost got to go out to lunch with John Wayne's son Ethan when I was in NY one time. We had to go to the airport though. It sucked. Okay, I'm babbling now.
from spritopias :
Oh my Jesus...that is nasty...
from golfwidow :
It was a link, actually. To this site (http://spreadingsantorum.com/). It's narsty. Ick.
from golfwidow :
I like your spelling better. :)
from parlance :
I am advertising myself.
from blueperiod84 :
Oh man. I just got your note. There WAS a fight, wasn't there? Dammit.
from sunnflower :
Oh good, you definitely need a mom to "box your ears" so to speak (and only in the most abstract of senses of course) when you get too out of hand!
from sunnflower :
I saw your note to anightwisp and it made me really sad. I didn't realize that you had lost your mom.
from ghostiness :
I think I love you. Okay, not really. Internet romance is a no-no, but still... thank you for that note. It was probably a lot sweeter and heart-warming than you ever meant for it to be to me, but still. Thanks oodles. Have a happy turkey day :)
from theatre-geek :
Sorry about the password problems. Please try again. I just sent you another email. If it doesn't work this time, I am going to have words with DL tech support.
from peeperjen :
Hi!
from minstrelite :
I teach music professionally, as a music teacher at a (secular) private school (the principal is an Episcopaleanm, the owner a Mormon) and as a private teacher, carrying eleven piano students and four voice students. I am also involved in the music ministry at my present church. Feel free to continue to correspond. God bless you.
from minstrelite :
I understand. I am not overly concerned about Solomon's salvation either, only about my own (on occasion.) Once again, I'm wondering what you meant when you asked me "what do you teach?" Did you mean, what do I teach in my profession as teacher, or what I teach spiritually? I'm enjoying this exchange, by the way. Hope you're having a good day.
from minstrelite :
Good for you on having a degree in theology! I'm not sure what you mean in asking what I teach. You mean, spiritually? Or in my profession, which is that of a teacher (as you may have suspected.) Spiritually, I pretty much go by what the Bible says, although I don't refer to myself as a fundamentalist by any means. I have a reading disability, I accepted Christ twenty years ago, and I have read the Bible to the exclusion of all other books since 1983. (With the exception that I managed to make it through Mark Twain's "The Prince and the Pauper" once, thinking to adapt it into a musical play.) Anyway, if you can clarify your question, I'd be most interested in corresponding with you. Shalom.
from hiryuu :
But... Sneasel is so cute and precious. Like a kitty! With them claws.. Awww.
from minstrelite :
As an afterthought, you may or may not know that Solomon was the author of Ecclesiastes, the book I was quoting. So it wasn't just a total non-sequitur, out of the blue. I don't know you, or what prompted you to ask, but just thought I'd throw that in. Have a good one.
from minstrelite :
Well, I think it matters, at least to me personally. Basically I was just wondering if, should I happen to stray from the Lord before I die, I might wind up in hell. That's why I asked, anyway.
from fixinto :
Mary, I won't call you Mary, Mary, if you can manage to delete the "e" you keep putting in my name, Mary. Until then,Mary, it's free game. By the way, Mary, a "Mary" is just what it sounds like. A whiney little prancy pants girl. Mary.
from neurotic-one :
=] Wasn't it Popeye who sang I am who I am? Thats me!
from alternamommy :
Oh. My. Gawd. I just read your quote from Charles Wallace. I adore that series of books! I'm just so glad that someone else knows them, most people just stare blankly when I ask about them. Okay, I'm a geek, clearly.
from discodoll :
Well right now I'm in AIM actually. My nick there... well the nick I'm using now at least is discosdoll.
from discodoll :
I know and with me it also helped that I taught english to older people. I would love to continue this with you actually but I'm too lazy to write notes ever couple of minutes. Wanna chat?
from discodoll :
I know. I used to be an english teacher but still avoiding that giggling...
from fixinto :
The only things I ask of my friends are to be consistent and fair. If you hate something, then don't be a part of it's perpetuation. In otherwords, "Call a pig a pig until its bacon." Quit pissing your drawers, Dude. I'll get over it and find something else to bitch about. I wouldn't take the poster down, though. You put it up, now take the comments like a man. Ya Mary.
from discodoll :
Oohh I like, you'll go to my faves.
from shesha-ma :
you know how to get in touch with me! And you know where my new site is! you can always leave me a note there ya know. Or IM me.
from sunnflower :
Well AARP hasn't found me yet! The big 5-0 isn't any different than the big 3-0 or 4-0 or any other number of the aging spectrum. It's all in the outlook you take.
from fixinto :
I didn't give you crap for talking about your students, Kristafur. I like to give you crap for being a complete butt raping bastard. A big Bush supportin', earth destroyin', mall building, gas guzzlin', money lovin', Republican pile of monkey spank. That's all though. Besides that, you're a swell stand up guy. As for being an asshole... I would win, hands down. I mean, I have 26 years of Southern Baptist beliefs behind me AND I have Tourette's Syndrome, so the chip on my shoulder is HUGE. Try to knock it off, numb nut. Just try it.
from fixinto :
...okay so that last note might have sounded a little mean. you'd have to know me to understand it wasn't meant to be that way. i'm an ass is all. if i really hated you, i would have taken you off my favorites list and wrote an entry about sticking you face first down into a wood chipper. but im not gonna do that. hey. ya know when the shit went down last friday? well, since then, folks are taking me off their favorites list. karma fuckin sucks.
from hulabelly :
You're a tad insane, I think.
from hulabelly :
*sigh* And yet again, nobody is stalking me...
from hadassah :
no way! Really? Hadassah is not a real common name. Hmmm cool
from hadassah :
hey your diary rocks. Take care eh?
from crazyfeeb :
I know hurting others never feels good. His dog is dying, and so now he's dealing with both of us. I'll make him a pie tomorrow. Let hell rain down, but there is still homemade apple pie...
from a-victoria :
Just to let you know (in response to your banner) you DON'T wish you had an eating disorder. Trust me on this.
from fixinto :
No hug for you. Two years. As soon as my RX starts working again, I am planning on rejoining the human race.
from fixinto :
I don't apologize for my beliefs, but I do apologize when I realize I have misrepresented someone else's beliefs. I was wrong. I have read that entry again, and now that I'm not in a pissy mood, I realize I really did take it the wrong way. "Bum" is one of the few words I literally HATE. "Indian" in reference to Native Americans is another. You could have said, "Stupid Indian Bum" and I would have beaten you to death with your Prada back pack. Let's just chalk this one up to "Cory was in one shitty mood".
from pandionna :
Hey, Jesus from the block, I about peed in my pants when I saw your banner ad. You kill me.
from fixinto :
just remember... I call ALL of my friends on their stupid ass comments when they deserve it, I only tease people I like, and I confront everyone - ALWAYS. I'm also pissy as a wet hen today. let me man-strate in peace. actually, I editted out a few of my comments because I thought I took the whole "Banana republican" thing too far. I had some great jabs about bananas, though. you can write about me being a tree huggin dirt worshipper, if you want. I also febreeze my tee shirts and wear them day after day. call me a filthy tree fucking squirrel humper. either way. you wear stripey ties.
from cdghost :
the words
from cdghost :
interestin
from anhelo :
I love your banner/advertisement. I had to click it.
from comatosenow :
Ah, I was sort of kidding in a lame way earlier but it's good you don't have any delusions. Some delusions are fun though. Anyway, I think you're cool.
from no-yes-maybe :
I loved your banner, and my friend rob would love to dress up like youfor halloween...except he already dresses like that. Haha, your entry reminded me of him, you should check him out...new-outlook
from connie-cobb :
I'm thinking you are assuming that I meant the dessert - Napoleons - and! YOU'D BE RIGHT! Hee hee. Kidding, kidding.
from boxspringhog :
I can't love you, I have a bo!
from boxspringhog :
You'd buy my non-air-pollution album wouldn't ya? :o)
from pantherchild :
~got to your diary though somesuch banner. loved the clinton stuff. kind of sympathized with the homeschooled terrors. i'm one of those good homeschooled kids...the kind whose parents realized she was too smart for her own good, gave her a sarcastic sense of humor, and sent her to college. i've seen toooo many good kids loose all vestige of social skills after being homeschooled. sucks. anyway. great stuff in here.~
from arletterocks :
See, if I could mafford to always get take-out and only use paper plates, I'd have enough money that I could just hire someone to lick plates clean for me.
from crazyfeeb :
but... but... I LIKE my new layout!
from fixinto :
EASY. I have a very stereotypical dress style when I go to school. If it's winter, find the most comfortable pair of jeans you can get your hands on. Leave them in the bottom of your hamper for a week, and then smell check just in case. Next, go to the salvation army (not because your poor, but because all the good t-shirts are there) and get a really ugly tee shirt (bright green or orange works well). Then, find a really grooved-up button down shirt that is in a completely, non-matching color as the t-shirt. old western shirts are funky enough for this. only button like the bottom four or five buttons so the ugly t-shirt can shine through. You have to have the sleeves rolled up, and you can't forget a hippy beaded or hemp necklace and a thick silver cuff bracelet. You end up looking pretty smoth, actually. If it's warm outside, buy one pair of UGA basketball shorts. Throw on a plain white tee shirt or an ugly salvation army shirt, and wear flip flops. wear the same outfit for three weeks, then spray on febreeze. Either way, you're gonna be hot, dude.
from peeperjen :
I love teaching people new things. But I also love Disney. Maybe I need to be a teacher at Disney. I wonder if that would be possible. I need to look into it.
from el-guapo :
i would use that to make kabobs or something.
from red-savannah :
Hello fellow Connecticutian (Connecticutter? Connecticutie? Connecticite?)!!! Lovely diary-loved the entry about not wasting sick days when sick!
from crazyfeeb :
Blasphemy! It is as I told you... user: kayce, password: asshole. Do you hear me, Spritopias and company???? I did not lock you out!
from amanya :
hey. i am back in the beloved midwest (i have yet to close my mind and set my clock back 20 years) and i am kinda happy. hope everything is going well for you. i cant wait to read Spritopias 1000!
from captivated- :
You're too much Chris
from fixinto :
i know good and well that you know all about bower shorts. they's fer ass whoopin', boy. that's right. ass whoopin' on smart ass know-it-alls who proof read diaries for typos and bad grammar.
from theatre-geek :
9/25/03 I put up a link in my diary for you today. I hope you like it. :-)
from boxspringhog :
She's not gone! How dare you trick me! Go look at her page, she's still very much in diaryland. Silly Chrissy.
from boxspringhog :
All my fault? Yeah right. You were the one with the intelligent quips. You get credit for such an honor as well.
from anightwisp :
ah, I am not worried, they are MY kids and no one else can or could ever raise them like I have and do.. so they would HAVE to bring them back.. =).
from fixinto :
funniest flannery = gorilla suit in the park. I laughed until my eyes bled. most morbid flannery = Norton at the end of "The Lame Shall Enter First". It was one of those, "I'm not crying, I have something in my eye" moments.
from boxspringhog :
Oh where oh where has little Christopher gone..
from anightwisp :
I am having withdrawl... Help me?????
from fixinto :
I just noticed you have Flannery O'Connor listed as a favorite. I should have listed her, actually. I love her, and not because she's a fellow Georgia. I love Wiseblood, of course, but I love her short story "The Lame Shall Enter First" even more. It seems all my favorite stories are depressing as hell.
from jennnnnn :
CHRISTOPHER! Where are you? I'm becoming worried because you haven't updated in quite some time. It being so very close to 1000 entries and all. Coooooooooome Baaaaaaaaaack!!
from boxspringhog :
I find it hard to believe that as many people hate you as you say. You're a nice fellow!
from boxspringhog :
she's the "jrockqueen" one by the by...ohhh I laughed at her reactions so very hard, her page is practically DEDICATED to hating me now, I love it.
from boxspringhog :
Christopher my dear, if you think that 14 year old was annoying, there's a 16 year old I'm sure you'd like to get your taunting groove on with. I gave her a lovely review, and in return she picked it all apart on her page telling me how much I suck, it was so funny. Now she's calling me immature for giving her a re-review on my page (http://bluntviews.diaryland.com) ME??? IMMATURE??? never.
from boxspringhog :
SCORE! I've always wanted my very own giant ego, now I have yours included in the kit. What more could I ask for..
from boxspringhog :
haha, you think you'd be used to being linked by now silly pants.
from bettyalready :
Ok yeah, the fillintheblank.html one. You are my mongloid. My only mongloid.
from sunnflower :
Thanks so much for the matins prayers/intentions for my friend. I think all of that really makes a difference. Her surgery went very well and I am going to fly out to visit her tomorrow. Thanks again! P.S. You made a little girl cry but everyone has their limits. I sent my kid upstairs for an hour today because he was being a pain. I'm going to send him to school with you!
from one-way-mule :
The infamous Pop-Tart entry and "On the ninth day Oprah created the Phillipines" are great, but without a doubt, my favorite entry is "A Statement from Jesus Christ", which I currently cannot locate in your archives, but at one point I had printed out because it made me laugh so hard.
from fixinto :
I never thought about that. How about "God of Wontons, beyond our free buffet..." Oh, I am going to burn. BUT, buddhists don't believe in a God, though, right? I thought it was like a zen thing. "There is no God except the one inside of you." It makes sense, I mean, Chinese food is exactly like this. "Eat, my children, and fill yourselves. There are no doggie bags allowed in the line, though you will be hungry again in ten minutes." I'm telling you, it's zen.
from parca :
*grins* http://spritopias.diaryland.com/ltwltwlwww.html and http://spritopias.diaryland.com/030904_59.html (because I'm difficult and like to pick multiple favorites. ~_^) And by the way, while I was reading through your arcives I ran over an entry about ritalin, and for the record it is not a good thing to put into your system. (Yay for you for knowing that! ^_^) Let's say the patient/victim had ADD, taking ritalin would cause a 180 in their personallity. So instead of being a happy (over)active person they would more then likely become unhappy and inactive. (sorry, pet peeve. I'm training to be a docter of sorts.)
from rockbaby14 :
I like this one: http://spritopias.diaryland.com/030830_60.html
from connie-cobb :
Holy crap! I'll have to dig around & see which one I like the best, probably an early one. Only 6 more entries to go though! Not much time!
from fixinto :
My favorite? Easy. "Visa" from June 6th, 2003 (http://spritopias.diaryland.com/030606_1.html)When I got to Marsha writing "negro check" on the check, I lost it. That is probably one of my favorite entries period.
from fixinto :
I have got to learn NOT to take a drink of water while reading your entries, or the notes you leave. I was just about to go stone the neighborhood whore, but now I am cleaning water off my keyboard.
from jennnnnn :
my favorite entry is "goyam gone wild" which just happens to be http://spritopias.diaryland.com/030822_79.html
from killandra :
I'm glad Lutherans teach that Jesus was Jewish. As a baptized but not confirmed Roman Catholic I have always felt that his orgins were unfairly left out so as to perpetuate anti-semitism throughout the ages. I still think if he were here today he'd be against big corporations though considering that speech he supposedly gave in the market place. If a few hagglers trying to make some money gave him pause, I'd think he'd blow a gasket at multinational corporations and their greed. I'd be very intersted in learning more about Lutherans. I don't believe in organized religions anymore, although I'm very spiritual, but I enjoy learning about their teachings and how they view the world.
from golfwidow :
You are *such* a cheater. This entry http://spritopias.diaryland.com/030703_86.html is, I think, one of the most useful entries on journaling I've ever read, by anyone ... but it leaves out one of your biggest tricks: if you want to reach 1000 entries in a hurry, make sure you post some duplicates. (Check your archives; you'll see 'em.)
from techrat :
whoa. i can't believe you're nearly at 1000 entries. you're insane. but guess what. tonight i was extremely NOT lazy and picked out a few favourite entires. mmhmm. i was pretty impressed with myself. i couldn't pick just ONE, though. i'm indecisive. anyways...in no particular order, my favourites -- http://spritopias.diaryland.com/030526_17.html (i'm sorry, i just can't help it...it makes me laugh like a little girl) http://spritopias.diaryland.com/030514_40.html (funerals are always amusing) http://spritopias.diaryland.com/030504_63.html (brilliant. just brilliant.) congratulations on talking so much. ahaha.
from amanya :
forgive me for being late but i just read your entry in which you corrected my grammar. i hope you dont think i use bad grammar all the time, just on the internet. i get lazy, especially on IM, but usually i would pay attention to my grammar and use correct punctuation and all that good stuff. but oh no you di'in say i had a flatty. Bitch, please, jennifer lopez has a pancake butt compared to me! but its all good homey. you are still my favorite diarylander!
from rockbaby14 :
Oh okay. Gotcha. If it was the latter then I hope your dog is okay.
from rockbaby14 :
What? And where did this love and cuteness come from, eh? A girl gots to know. She gots.
from jane-does :
No problem... it was the "I'm still Jesus from the block." I am still giggling...
from jane-does :
own = owe
from jane-does :
That banner was absolutely the funniest thing I have ever seen! You took me from weepy-eyes to a hysterical laughing fit. Congratulations. Oh, and you own me a new pair of pajama pants.
from sunnflower :
Hey - glad you joined the fotolog ring. I've been a pretty ineffective fotologger since I dropped my camera in the sand. I'm working on that...
from apocalizardn :
I actually choked on my orange juice when I saw your jesus banner. Kudos, my friend, Kudos. Just for that banner alone, you will have a permanent slot in my favorites.
from sunnflower :
Thanks for the nice comment about my diary in your profile section. Reading that was just the right way to start my weekend.
from roxyelliot :
Dropped in through your JLo/Jesus banner. Very Cute. I shall return.
from anightwisp :
I won't say what I want.. okay so holding the mayo and coke.... do ya want that on white or wheat bread? I make mine on an Italian sub bun.. How was the second day?
from anightwisp :
okay well then how about if I make you the same as what I take?. ham and turkey..both low fat of course - with a slice of provolone cheese and a bit of mayo.. and a coke of course..
from anightwisp :
PB & J okay?
from rockbaby14 :
Hahaha....kids can be so cruel these days.
from amanya :
i am flattered...you have no idea how much...by the way, just incase you havent found out, the song you wanted to know about is entitled "Work It" by Missy Elliot
from jkookz731 :
i dont even know where a zoo is, but i got a friendlys right down the road baby!
from fixinto :
Ever worked in a restaurant? The ladies rooms are WAY dirtier than the men's rooms, AND they have these neat cotton candy vending machines on the wall. It ain't cheap, but instead of a little cone, they put it on a string. WEEEEE!
from sharl-b-rown :
I don't fuck strangers either!
from katiedoyle :
slandered in a democratic, non-mooching, non-burgalling way.
from lobsterchick :
I'd beat you up some more, or put some ice on the bruises, but I have to go rinse out my hair dye. :)
from lobsterchick :
Cha! Wha-Pa!
from lobsterchick :
You're damn right it's on! I'm sure Mother Theresa enjoyed getting her freak on out there on the dance floor as much as any of the other chicks on that banner, esPECially Ruth Buzzi. Playground, three o'clock.
from parca :
Have you ever been to visit the zoo? The monkeys will play games with you! If you make a face, then they'll make one, too, Oh, those silly monkeys down at the zoo! *grins* I know I'm a silly bugger.^_^ And as to the school, well, I take a correspondence course, the up side is that I can study at my own pace, the down side is that I'm a slacker. lol, three, maybe four years of work to make up in under a year...should be interesting. *winks* I may just end up enlisting your help at one point or another. (Nah, not really. ~_^ ) Anyway, sorry about your car, and your weekend for that matter...was it salvageable in the least?
from overlyemo :
I am all crampy. It sucks. Am I ever going to get on your "homies" list? Hmmm...?
from jennnnnn :
agreed
from rockbaby14 :
psh. 'twas nothing. i read. i laughed. i liked. i added. *ding!* heh. :)
from rockbaby14 :
hey. i saw that you added me to your favorites the other day and never got a chance to say thanks. i also added you. you gots some funny stuff there. i shoulda added you sooner. anyways, i just wanted to say hi. oh, and today, i had a vanilla coke in my hand, fresh from the vending maching, too. i was trying to open my bag of doritos so i held the coke to my chest and opened my chips, and when i got my coke in my hands, i had a wet spot on my boob. not quite as embarrassing as the soda in your crotch, though. it happens. at least you provided some laughter into someone's day, right? oh yeah!!
from astralplane :
I love you too man, in a non-molestular sort of way.
from sharl-b-rown :
it's a gift. (yer diary that is) it makes me laugh and puts a smile on my face everyday. haha it's the best yet! (besides mine of course) balbhlbhal rambbblee jammbbleee <3 krrris
from tasukitoad :
Smart people like you (I'm asuming since you're here) know how to get to a link that's been screwed over by an evil community diarist trying to keep people from using it like I did. Bwahahaa! So it isn't that bad a guess.
from amanya :
i feel like a stalker cause i just signed your g-book, but i had to tell you that i had no flippin idea that Bill O'Reilly was from Westbury! i actually think thats kinda cool in a sordid way, not that i like him or anything.
from golfwidow :
Definition: a woman whose husband leaves her alone frequently or for long periods to engage in a game of golf.
from golfwidow :
'gälf-'wi-(")dO (noun)
from myhappiness2 :
hahaha...you're the first who's suggested their name.
from anightwisp :
I had something I was going to type here ..but that went right out the window after reading golfwidows note.. LOL..so Christopher... you have multiple personality disorder?
from golfwidow2 :
Before I converted to Golfwidowism, I was Jewish. Just so you know: Goyim is plural. One Goy. Two Goyim. (A female goy is a "shiksa", in case you ever have need of referring to someone as one.) You are not Goyim (unless you have Multiple Personality Disorder); you are Just This Goy.
from anightwisp :
When is your first day? Are you nervous?. I always feel like I am back in school because I never know what kind of year it is going to be with the teacher I work with. I just say a prayer and hope she is on her hormones..LOL..
from worldempress :
Buddy, I never said I didn't like it. You jumped to a conclusion. I posted it because I thought my friends would think it was cool.
from fixinto :
Lap dancing at Chilis? Really? They really should quarantine those trailor parks until all the skank is cured.
from captivated- :
A meterosexual? Grrr I can't spell, yeah I'd like to knwo what that is too and I promise not to laugh mabye GLADD will change their name to GMLADD? It's a thought...
from rockbaby14 :
Haha, thanks for welcoming me home from like a week ago. Sorry I'm only replying now. I'm a lazy one and easily forget things. I'm catching up on my note-correspondence right now. I'd do the same with my gbook signings but it's not loading. Much like everyone else's.
from sunnflower :
I go to the beach for a week and you move to Connecticut. Hope you like your new environs!
from golfwidow :
Gezundheit. (That *was* you who sneezed just now, wasn't it?)
from jennnnnn :
Thanks buddy. But, we all know how I am, I change templates faster than I change my underwear. ;)
from heyjuderevu :
Hey there! Thanks for responding to Christy's lovely note :-D. I'm glad you're interested! All you need to do is go read the rules on our page... http://heyjuderevu.diaryland.com and then "rules" and then request away in our guestbook! IT's just that simple! lol okay... I sound like a telemarketor... for shame. lol but yeah, if you want a review :-D go do that!
from shesha-ma :
riot riot riot riot *chanting I'm all for a riot. no prisoners! Take their Colonel and their chicken! HA!
from techrat :
ahahah...i almost feel sorry for the innocent shoppers who you use to take out your frustrations. but only ALMOST.
from heyjuderevu :
I'm kicking it on the reviewer arena at Hey Jude Reviews and wanted to invite you to be reviewed! - Love Christy
from lolas-a-fox :
superfluous happens to be my favorite word....second to languid.
from techrat :
you've got more of a diaryland army than i do, but it is gratifying to be able to bend them to my will. the power is almost dizzying!
from bleue :
ok.
from sunnflower :
I was visiting bettyalready's diary today and saw your better than chocolate banner and it's so true. Where do I get me one of those chocolate banners?
from cadwaladr :
Did I say something to offend the dyslexic, or is it just a general warning, so that I shouldn't offend them in the future?
from creepatron :
I've been getting a ton of hits from your referral, thanks a bunch!!
from creepatron :
I hope you didn't pay her in Lindt chocolate. Because after being a Lindt employee I know the secret ingredient. No surprise: it is pure evil.
from techrat :
huh. leave it to me to overlook the obvious drawback to living in antarctica...perhaps i'm not really cut out for evil plotting.
from creepatron :
I just saw the Gap commercial you were talking about. I even somewhat liked that song originally! However, it brightened my day that you spelled 'groove' 'grove.' I'd much rather get into some sort of grove anyway.
from creepatron :
I have a little Jesus action figure. He's got wheels on the bottom of his feet so that he can glide over the floor instead of walking like traditional mortals. The same company made a Freud doll, too. Go figure.
from creepatron :
Ahaha! You update almost if not more than I do, and abuse my guestbook and notes in a similar fashion! I find it delightful. But seriously give a thunk to that snake idea. You don't have to feed them to it, just make them stand in the cage in a mouse costume.
from shesha-ma :
oh, and 'fitting in' is one thing I will never do. not even in groups that try not to fit in. I will always stand out, I like it that way. There's a difference between fitting in and finding a group of people you mesh with. I want meshing. Apparently I wasnt clear about that. I apologize.
from shesha-ma :
aww come on! Where's the banter? The back and forth motion of a good joking around? Thats the last time I try a joke with you! And I wasnt insinuating that diaryland made me feel like i wasnt part of a clique here, I was saying that diaryland made it more aparent to me that there are certain groups 'out there', and that I dont fit entirely into any one of them.
from chaosbean :
Hi Christopher! :-/ I miss you.
from cariboutwo :
You are welcome. I added you as a favorite because you are funny. (Example: Uscanistan. That's funny.) So far, I have not been disappointed. But there's always tomorrow.
from neurotic-one :
I'm sorry, I wasn't very clear. I seen a comment that you left in BettyAlready's Diary. I found it to be very interesting so clicked over to your diary. Hmmmm, as to not being able to read my diary; your not the first to make that comment. It may have something to do with the java layout....otherwise I don't know.
from theatre-geek :
Well, I've never been a Pizza Hut fan. Their pineapple is ok. Some people believe fruit on pizza is an abomination of all that is good. Ever been to Papa John's or Wize Guys? I'm not really a lover of pile-on-all-the-toppings-you-can pizzas. I prefer to keep it simple. I must try the pizza if I ever get the chance to visit New York.
from theatre-geek :
I like Valentinos, but it is too expensive. I worked in their corporate office as a temp once. Smelled like pizza all the time. I guess the employees eat the stuff too. So, what's your idea of good sit-and-watch-a-movie pizza?
from shesha-ma :
why question the rock-ness? Just let it be! Although I'm starting to question that while talking to you about castles....come on...
from anightwisp :
You're The Best!
from shesha-ma :
Have I told you lately that you rock? I expected that I had. Ta.
from shesha-ma :
Oh how I love thee walmart...I even love the little children you enslave in other countries to make the clothes so lovingly and cheap. tear. now we know the true meaning of 'rollback'.
from parca :
I'm glad you'd care if I was. ^_^
from theatre-geek :
Yes...I'm sure there are actual delis that make yummy sandwiches. We used to have the O Street Deli, but they closed. :-( There is Schlotzsky's Deli which is good. Most Subway sandwiches are listed in the WW book as being low in fat and calories. 6 POINTS for a club. And they're cheap. Who knows how many calories and fat are in one of those yummy *drool* deli sandwiches. Aren't WW people weird? :-)
from creepatron :
switchcraft.dland.com has a really good entry about all the Bush jibber jabber; he actually works with military intelligence (switchcraft, not Mr. T. Although he did produce a delightful film, 'Mr T's Be Somebody or Be Somebody's Fool.' Mr T, not switchcraft, that is)
from creepatron :
Hey, 'The Ring' was good! It didn't make a lot of sense at places, but it was still pretty okay. Okay, 'MBFGW' was relatively mediocre; but I am painfully aware of my penchant for bad movies. Besides, I didn't mock you, I just said that Sheryl Crow is an idiot (which she is). I like Tori Amos plenty.
from creepatron :
I decided to write a note because the extensivity (is that a word?) of everything on your guestbook gave me preformance anxiety. Only faults I can find so far (after reading a big three entires) is that you list blathering idiot Sheryl Crow as a fave (sorry) but Tori Amos cancels her out. Plus Madeline L'Engle is magically delicious. I was Episcopalian for about a month, but that was only to play Mary in the Christmas pageant. How ironic! Keep on rockin in the free world--Ktown
from theatre-geek :
I am impressed! I was thinking, why is this "kid" such a good writer? You have all kinds of life experiences, I'll bet. It makes me feel more at ease knowing that you are reading my diary and that you can relate to my experiences more so than a 17 year old. :-) Keep updating! I am finally caught up on your diary after being gone for the weekend.
from theatre-geek :
Reading more of your diary... It seems I was mistaken. Sometimes it seems you look at life through a child's eyes. When you talked about your sister, that made you seem younger because every teenage kid hates their sister (I was assuming "princess" was quite the opposite). I was reading your list, and that helped me get a better picture of who you are.
from theatre-geek :
Now I'm puzzled. Does anyone out there who reads this notes section know how old spritopias is? I'm thinking you're in your teens or early 20's (although you may FEEL old). Am I right?
from theatre-geek :
Ryan...not by name. If she's done anything at the Lincoln Community Playhouse, I've probably rubbed shoulders with her. You run into a lot of people doing theatre, but you can loose touch awfully fast as people go off and do different things.
from theatre-geek :
I just wish it wasn't all FOOTBALL FOOTBALL FOOTBALL. Makes me sick. That, and all the stores and clubs roll up their carpets way too early. We don't have a nightlife here. But, it's getting better. Maybe it's because I've lived my whole life here. My perspective would be different if I had traveled more like you. Hope I'm not monopolizing your notes section. :-)
from theatre-geek :
I wish I could say I love Nebraska. It's a great place to live and raise a family, sure. But, for those that are more artistically inclined, it's a wasteland.
from theatre-geek :
Yes, I live in Nebraska. ;-) I'll have to remember to have a notebook handy. Good idea!
from theatre-geek :
Hello! I just added your diary to my favorites list. I love your constant updating. I'll try to keep up. theatre-geek http://theatre-geek.diaryland.com
from chaosbean :
Brother mine, I don't know how to join diaryrings or add people to my list of favorite diaries and I want to do both. :-{ saddness.
from captivated- :
lol okay ill be waiting for the button then!
from anightwisp :
Sorry about the pup.. poor thing.. don't feel too bad accidents happen.
from captivated- :
Well then perhaps I could try harder ;o)
from captivated- :
It depends, are you seducible?
from captivated- :
And I quote: "Truly I tell you, truly, this is the Mrs. Robinson of Diary Land."
from captivated- :
Truly? :o)
from fan4 :
What part of NY are you from? I live in WA state. I've been in this state all my life.
from sunnflower :
Thanks for making me laugh. Your notes are always a delight!
from sunnflower :
If you have a supergold membership then you can add the little comments section like I have at the end of each of my entries. Go here to read more about how to do it (it's not hard at all) - http://members.diaryland.com/edit/faq/comments.phtml
from anightwisp :
Such a wonderful and thoughtful compliment to be mentioned in your diary. Thank you Christopher.
from sunnflower :
Neither home schooler of super-duper anything. Just average mom with kids. I would run screaming into the streets if I had to home school my kids. I admire anyone who has the guts to do it though!
from anightwisp :
Thanks! I need all the help I can get. It seems to take me awhile to get this stuff right. I am so glad for the blog template designers. I am looking through your surveys..you have an amazing sense of humour..=)
from bettyalready :
My friend once was mailed pictures of a gay couple instead of her own picture and sent those out to people as christmas cards. It was cool because both dudes had on Santa's hats. nothing against the gay community at all...it's just that what made it funny was she was a youth director for a Lutheran church.
from fan4 :
What's a Lindbergh baby?
from dragonreign :
Thanks for stopping by my page and I am glad you liked it. I'll be reading as many of your entries as possible to hopefully catch up some.
from sunnflower :
Sounds like lunch with mom is a kick. Bummer about the biscuits and nuts though.
from shesha-ma :
I had a small crisis reading your note...who do I give credit to now when I read an entry? You or your mentor? So i decided, I just wont give you credit any more...take that! Now, on to new things... 1) my sister and I used to use 'cracker' as a fond nickname. (I like this list format, it omits alot of those hard to type, unneeded words) 2) we called the only white guy on our basketball team 'cornbread' 3)i enjoyed the kitsch-en...to whoever diserves the credit 4)honey-cakes? Is cake an upgrade from pie? hm...much to ponder... Ta, hoss...
from blackpearl1 :
Thanks for taking my survey. I decided to respond to some of the things that other respondents had to say. Go to http://blackpearl1.diaryland.com/blackpower.html to read more about it.
from golfwidow :
Thank you. What did you get me?
from shesha-ma :
1) colorless coordinated...perfect 2) I've had to wash turtles after they've feasted on earth worms and then proceeded to roll in the remaining goo 3) your dog is smart as hell...my dog just runs into signs... :\ and trees
from gumphood :
Dude....sorry
from gumphood :
dude...simmer
from katiedoyle :
the white house
from shesha-ma :
hmm..just realized I wrote 'poem' and meant 'prayer'...no comments please
from shesha-ma :
I gave you the rights to that poem...I never said anyone but you wrote it. I hate to see you married haha
from ravynemyst :
Some of us are aware and shouldn't have to be included in the "We". But Americans as a whole yes, does seem to fall under the WE'RE ALL SHEEP motif.
from chaosbean :
Just a point of information, Hillary got an advance against royalities on the book, that basically means that the book has to sell enough for the publisher to recoup that money before she gets any royalities. I'm predicting she'll make that back in Aces, but if the book sells poorly she won't get the rest of the money. (Again, I really think its gonna sell quite well, between Pataki and guiliani saying they were interested enough to buy it, "personal details" contained in the book and Huge Bill fans, it stands to be one of the highest selling political memoirs written) Of course since a huge portion of the die hard Clinton fans fall into the category of illiterate or the nonreader group, this book won't be read as much as purchased by those people. I love you Brother. And If I can I'll get Hillary to sign your book, I'm gonna see if she will autograph the best picture I ever took of her. :-) So here is to us.
from shesha-ma :
Manners matter...dont *make me resort to hate mail!
from shesha-ma :
ah so- I only use 'stupid' in selective cases...so enough with the puppet show...its not even interesting. i enjoyed your comment on hillary manipulating the world.
from shesha-ma :
ah...of course...all ivy leaguers are smart...none ride the coat-tails of their parents, or are accepted as legacies. riiigghhhtttt ;) (read this bearing in mind that I have no idea the history of the afformentioned people. I merely wished to state my idea on the "puppet show" topic, which I was due to...)
from shesha-ma :
but since when does a puppet have to be articulate, literate, not foolish, or any of the things Pres. Bush is? If the puppet master is a fool, so is the puppet :)
from shesha-ma :
nice one. And I'm back...
from bloodyme :
hi! thanks for the nice note. about your laura bush entry, are you a reporter or was it just a part of your mystique? anyway, i found your writing pretty interesting and well written.
from keryanna :
Re: learning from cats. I agree. That's why I randomly vomit all over my house.
from captivated- :
Skinny white boys are just grand.
from crazyfeeb :
Say the word and I will come up with banners that are mediocre and ineffective. Wish I could say otherwise, but yours are a little bit funnier than mine. Although the breastfeeding one isn't as much fun. Find the old ideas page. I don't remember anything off of it except that number 14 was awesome. And a half.
from parca :
Oh, Spritopias, oh don't you cry for me, for I come from Alabama, with my banjo on my knee....er...'cept I can't play the banjo.
from katiedoyle :
lol; i caught the nytimes joke. i thought the usa today comment was serious because it *is* the mcdonald's of newspapers. kd
from katiedoyle :
actually, no, i don't read usa today. someone else sent me that link. i read the sacramento bee, the nytimes, the csmonitor, the center for public integrity, the latimes (on occasion), the dallas morning news, the ft. worth star telegram, the boston globe, time, newsweek, us news & world report on occasion, yahoo news, the guardian, the bbc's website for news, and recently, the nation. plus misc. other sites, trying to stay as objective as possible. kd
from rockbaby14 :
You're quite welcome. Thank you for joining mine! :)
from katiedoyle :
http://www.usatoday.com/news/washington/2003-05-12-cover-usat_x.htm
from katiedoyle :
okay. :) it wasn't slanted against bush, though. was really more a curious sort of commentary slanted toward the senate.
from kelsi :
About what?
from katiedoyle :
excellent idea. :) I feel kinda dumb I didn't also think of it. :) I was reading today that a lot of Capitol Reps aren't all that enamored of Bush. They feel he's arrogant, he does not respect the shared power of the Legislative branch, he does not craft matters for their approval well (just sends rather vague suggestions), and he is rather vindictive and bullying to those who do not give him exactly what he wants. It was an interesting article. If you want the link, I'll send it. kd
from katiedoyle :
re: atty. client, you are 100% correct, and I am absolutely flabbergasted no one's thought of that in the Senate. kd
from parca :
*grins* Miss me?
from katiedoyle :
i'll have to give some thought to that chief justice question. day o'connor is just a tad too conservative for me, i think. just a tad. i think she definitely holds with the constitution, though, and that scores big points. i think a filibuster IS democratic. and i think it's more than fair to conduct one; they're not as easy as everyone seems to think they are, and i applaud the dems for carrying on so long and sticking to their guns. and if it were a democratic nominee who refused to answer questions, i'd applaud the reps. they themselves came up with that whole "no nominee should be appointed who refuses to answer questions thing," so it really freaking pisses me off that now they find that inconvenient and seem to have forgotten - no matter how many times reminded - that they said it. kd
from katiedoyle :
re: texas - they chose not to debate because the reps have a majority, so when the issue went to vote thursday, it would have carried. the whole deal is that when texas gained 2 new seats in the House in the last census, the federal court reapportioned to account for it. all well and good. then the republicans won a majority (for the first time since reconstruction) in the state congress, and bush and the US congress decided to push for having the district lines redrawn in all newly republican states, of which texas is one. so though the lines have already been set by a federal court for 2 years now, the republican-held congress decide to redraw them to give themselves a one up on the next US congress elections. which is called gerrymandering, which has been declared unconstitutional by the supreme court and has been shot down numerous times since 1812. so i say good on ya, texas dems. re: estrada - it irritates the hell out of me he won't state a single opinion about any of the issues likely to come before him on the bench or past rulings of the supreme court, to which bush wants ultimately to appoint him. it doesn't matter what side he's on, i do not want someone who refuses to state opinion on any case to sit on a federal bench. when you reach the level he has been nominated for, you have an obligation to be honest and disclose where you stand on every issue you're asked about. as well, estrada and two other judges also under filibuster were all 3 nominated under the democratic senate and flatly turned down. rather than nominate someone else, bush decided to hold on and wait until the elections to see whether or not his republicans won back the majority. in that interim, he created "emergency" vacancies, which are openings for the federal bench open longer than 180 days. now he cries how desperate the situation is, that we NEED those positions filled as quickly as possible, and that all his nominees should be approved because of the dire situation. i don't think so, pal. you created the situation yourself; you do not get to benefit by it because of it. and ALL your fricking nominees need to be forthcoming about where they stand on every single issue or ruling they're questioned about. as well, estrada has fought several times on the side of cases going against the constitution...he represented parties in court who were in violation of cases already decided by the supreme court. this more than anything demonstrates to me a blatant disregard for that court and the constitution, and i do NOT want him on any bench in any court in my lifetime. kd
from eyezafoxie :
i was lookin through the directory, and ur name intruged me and i clicked on it and the discription applied somewhat to me so i joined.
from katiedoyle :
Oh. My God. Pack the bags and head for higher ground; we actually agree. At least on the tax cut thing. Barring whether or not you think a certain bracket should get breaks, you simply can not have a war and cut taxes. It does not work, especially with a $400 trillion deficit. Wow. Somewhere in hell, a snowball is enjoying a very pleasant day. kd (we also mostly agree on the other thing about the Texas situation)
from katiedoyle :
I have to laugh we see things so differently, but one day we ARE going to find that thing we both like/agree on...which is probably one of the 7 signs of the apocalypse... I don't think that's the Texas way at all, having grown up there. The Texas way is bullheaded and stubborn and to stand up there and bully the other guy into seeing it your way. Something you might want to consider when we discuss stuff... ;) kd
from katiedoyle :
Hogtied by Republicans. ;) (are you reading what's going on in Texas?) kd
from techrat :
the trouble with minnesota is all the damn trees. it is logging country, you know. plenty of fodder for public heresy burnings. the trick is subtle infiltration. i'm bringing the whole operation down from the inside. or...i would be if i was more ambitious.
from katiedoyle :
LOL; took me a few to get the Iceman reference; very funny. I haven't heard Gingrich be funny, but that might be because I tend to avoid him as much as possible; he makes my blood pressure go up. Feeling better? kd
from shesha-ma :
cashier eh? I was a cashier at various places. One of them was giant eagle...talk about scary middle aged women with no life. One we affectionately called "the Beast". Her best friend was labled "the Turkey". The prerequisite for working there was "Willing to make this your home, willing to use your 'weight' to push the younger and thinner around, MUST talk about every attractive man that comes in to the store like they are a piece of meat, and MUST eat stolen food all day long". What a job that was...
from katiedoyle :
i hope you feel better soon; sorry you don't feel well. kd
from katiedoyle :
just so we're clear, i'm not trying to change your mind. i just want you to understand where i'm coming from, and to understand where you are coming from. we have different definitions and ideas of what constitutes certain things, and i can see how you think it's commendable to leave someone's marital problems out of an election, though i think it's only human and one doesn't get brownie points for it, only major black marks for bringing it up. re: gingrich, he is back in the public eye again lately, due to his own actions, so if he gets brought up again, that's the way of it; if he wanted to lie low and glide beneath the radar, he should have stayed down, and you can not fault a group of people for commenting on his crap once he pops up and starts making noise again. i am opposed to him on every personal level and have been for decades, so i'm not going to apologize for that (though i don't think you need me to, either). the reason i launch into these discussions is not to say i am right and you are wrong, come over to my side. it is so that we each gain a greater understanding of why the other feels. understanding is the key to everything, and there can be no detente, no happy end, without it. for that matter, the end may not be happy, but we don't have to all be standing around with guns pointed at each other, either, and at this point, i would settle for that. i am tired of being told how i have to live my life, based on the rigid views of another freaking creature. i am tired of being told what i can and can not do with my body, because the person doing the telling thinks that i will automatically run out and have an abortion; he makes that assumption about my character merely because i don't want to be told what to do, and it pisses me off. it pisses me off i'm supposed to live my life like a southern baptist, some of the most hypocritical and UNchristian people I have ever met in my life, and the last time i checked, God was all about freewill and choice, and frankly, my relationship with Him is MY business and not anyone else's, and they don't have the right to throw stones because they think i'm wrong; only God has the friggin' answers, damn it, and it is one of the 7 bigs to assume that you know anything more about it than i do or that you are going to force me into your way of life and belief. it's called hubris (pride, for the less read, plainspoke bunch, and to be exact with the 7 deadlies). and i mean the generic you, not you, spiritopias, though i'm not thrilled with your assumption that i am evil merely by basis of being human, and from my past experience, by basis of my not believing as you do. it's possible, however, and i tend to think, that perhaps you do not make such snap fundamentalist judgements. all of which leads me to say i can understand how you find the discussion tiring, as neither of us will change our minds. i have not yet tired of it, though sometimes it edges that way, because my goal is to understand, not change. however, we can let it go. kd
from crazyfeeb :
I am not dead, but barely.
from katiedoyle :
Bush Sr. did his job of mudslinging. The 88 campaign was one of the ugliest I have ever seen. Bush and Gingrich wrapped themselves in the American flag and slung mud like it was going out of style. I seem to remember 92 being just about as ugly. (bear in mind I do not like Clinton and never did. I did not vote for him; either time.) I also though I didn't inhale was lamer than lame. Just admit you got high and move on. I *have* seen Bush Jr. asked the drug question, and he did not answer it. But then, when his father was asked pointblank about Iran-Contra, he refused to answer that question, either. I saw it myself and found it unforgivably arrogant. He won that election never once having answered any questions about Iran-Contra, refusing each time to comment. I was beside myself when he was elected. kd
from shesha-ma :
believe it or not, I enjoy the description. wasabi...pretty, decorative and innocent (a great accent to well made food), but once bitten into, be prepared for firey, lip numbing wrath!
from shesha-ma :
this is not a note about your most recent entry...I swear. just wanted to say how much I love being compared to a spicy green paste.
from katiedoyle :
I can find no record of anyone having accused or asked Bush if he ever used heroin. To my knowledge and the best of my recollection, that was never brought up during the campaign or after election. HOWEVER, much has been written about whether he did or did not do cocaine, and Bush himself hedges when asked, neither confirming or denying the allegations. Seems to me if you'd never done the drug, you'd say no when asked. For that matter, seems to me if he HAD, he'd say no when asked.f One has to wonder why he refuses to answer, especially if it's the "urban myth" you claim it is. kd
from shesha-ma :
I read "midwest" and thought to myself "hey wait, none of MY white trash was on TV!" and then I remembered that while we are technically midwest, no one really believes those lie mongering commies....ohio is the east! ohio is the east!
from katiedoyle :
cocaine. not heroin. i've never heard heroin. and i believe bush has an arrest for cocaine on the books, if you're looking for proof. i call him an idiot because he has no imagination, no grasp of the repercussions of his action, no ability to comprehend that which is beyond his narrow range of "vision". deceits too many to launch into here include the clear skies and healthy forest initiatives. i'll tell you what. i'll do some research and get back to you on the laundry list of his deceits and lies. how 'bout that? you don't have to change your mind, but you might find him less appealing than you do now. kd
from katiedoyle :
We are at an impasse; I do not understand how you can look at Bush's actions, let alone the lies he uses to hide his deeds, and find him to be a good man. kd
from sourgirl420 :
I took your poop survey and it was so funny I thought I was going to die. Good job, you made a great survey!
from crazyfeeb :
No, you may NOT stay home from work. You must go and be happy about it. You're the breadwinner in this relationship, nimrod!
from katiedoyle :
So again, I don't get it. Why do you think Bush strives toward righteousness, because he's an outward Christian? His very actions prove that claim false, which is why I despise him. He is motivated by greed and panders to those who feed off the rest of us, and all the faith-based initiatives in the world aren't going to change that, ever. What synod (sp?) are you? I was not taught people are evil or that God rejects or punishes. God is love and forgiveness, though He and I are a tad bit at odds right at the moment, and I sometimes find that hard to keep close. kd
from katiedoyle :
So, I totally do NOT get why you like Bush. There seems to me sooooo much more to dislike about Bush than Gore, and yet. Do you truly find Bush to be an honest and upstanding guy? If you want, my email is sionrelATyahooDOTcom. kd
from katiedoyle :
i forgot to ask: why do you object so stringently to gore? (i felt that way about clinton)
from katiedoyle :
you are a freak. and i mean that in a *nice* way. :) kd
from katiedoyle :
BTW, I've voted Republican twice as many times as I have Democrat. I would have voted for John McCain in 2000, had he gotten the nomination, and I was disappointed when Colin Powell decided not to run. I have arguments with The Boyfriend, who swears I'm really a Republican. kd
from katiedoyle :
I see your point, and it's valid. I can launch into a long speech about every single thing I find reprehensible about the guy, I'm just too lazy to do it. It takes an exorbitant amount of energy, and my disgust runs deep. If we could have an actual conversation on the subject, I'd probably upset you far less. Here, in this medium, given my mood and the day, I sometimes prefer just to say "he sucks." kd
from shesha-ma :
I just randomly read your diary..you were on the same list I was for a survey. The thing I enjoyed most about your diary was your descriptions of the people you enjoy reading. The clever level was enjoyable. Hope you dont die...I also read about you and your hebrew feet, so assuming maybe you know something of the bible, maybe you're the new Job? heh, i'll be reading... ta.
from katiedoyle :
lighten up, francis; it was just for fun. and it's okay to say you think da prez rocks the house. just because I call him idiotboy doesn't mean you can't express a like for the guy. but just because he's the president doesn't mean i have to respect him, either.
from amberfalls :
Hi. Thanks for filling out my survey. I tip my hairdresser $5.00 for a haircut. It only costs $17.00. Not like getting your hair done in Manhattan.
from katiedoyle :
Oh. Moderate as noun, not adjective. That's what confused me; I looked high and low for my use of it as adjective and couldn't find any. I don't know how you describe moderate. I am not a liberal, though if you are uber conservative, I can see how you might think I am. I used to be conservative. Then I grew up. kd
from comicmonkey :
wheeeeeeeeee!! cool, go republicans and fat people! whoo~hooooooo!
from parca :
*grins* Happy Easter to you too! (A wee bit late, but still.) It's always nice to hear from fans of 'the Parca'. ~_^
from katiedoyle :
moderate?
from katiedoyle :
actually, i'm laughing. that's funny. :) kd
from stevecmason :
you're welcome
from freeblog :
i mean, *i'm* free. not that the cards are. shutting up now...
from freeblog :
Now see, there's a whole different tone...I think. I went to Lutheran school. Maybe that's my problem; and all this time, I thought I had a fair sense of humor... :) I assume you know you can get those ridiculously inane cards on the web all over the place now... free
from crazyfeeb :
Attn: Spritopias Ahem. We at Crazyfeeb would like to inform you that we have copyrighted the terms "bling" "bling-bling" "blinging" and all derivatives thereof. Please remove the Easter entry or edit out the use of our words. If you fail to heed this warning, we will descend on your site and beat you down with our bling. Thank you.
from jkookz731 :
yes we can go to wendys!!!!! i only spend $3.15 and get a whole meal. nutrious? nope. but it sure is cheap!
from wendyloo :
I can see I'm not the only one confused by your notes. But you still haven't explained it, are you referring to my mentioning the Catholic School and me being a witch(that was a joke)in one entry?
from oixronxoi :
huh?
from bettyalready :
watchu talkin' 'bout willis? My name as a word?
from chaosbean :
I think you can stop worrying about your Blockbuster card, as you gave it to me and it resting in a wooden box on my desk. Unless you had more then one. if you had more then one peopel are gonna look at your movie renting file and think you are sick cause you know these hicks rent a lot of "Girls Fucking Random Farm Animals" and thats just an unpleasant thought
from freeblog :
I have the same crush, but I think your thought was incomplete...
from freeblog :
i am amused by the blah3 yadda3 thing. i meant to say.
from freeblog :
ah...all becomes clear, and there is no mystery to solve. i have to laugh though...you always sound a little irritated in the notes you leave me. :) hagd; and thanks for generating the interest. now if i can muster the motivation to post more often, all will be well. between school and the helpless frustration i feel when i listen to/read/watch the news, it's rather a chore sometimes. now hagd. :) --free
from freeblog :
Query the 1st: what did I say that gave you the impression I do not shower? Query the 2nd: why do you think I'm male? And finally, it does not necessarily follow that I would sooner light you on fire than have a conversation with you. I do not think this is a good medium for us to converse, because too much is lost when you can't see someone's facial expression or body language and hear their tone. Until I read your diary, from the survey you filled out, we sounded rather like each other in some things. Then I read your diary - which you say is not a good indication of who/how you are, so who knows - and thought perhaps I was mistaken. Frankly, I don't know how much alike we are. I feel we're probably pretty disparate, but that does not mean we could not have a conversation and perhaps come away with some sort of understanding of and perhaps grudging respect for each other. For the record, I am a girl, and I shower just about every morning, except for my days off, when I sometimes pull on a baseball cap to go run errands and save the shower for night, or when I have the flu or feel under the weather. But I am quite kempt, thank you very much, and no offense taken. I think. -free
from freeblog :
Yeah, I know you're not supposed to alienate your audience. I, too, took debate. And argumentative writing. I know the "rules". I just sometimes let my frustration say to hell with it and tromp all over persuasive convention. The mainstream media IS biased. You have only to watch 30 minutes of it to see the slant. I'd say 30 seconds, but that might be slight exaggeration, so we'll stick with minutes. Doesn't matter which side you are on, you can not claim with any sort of sincerity that coverage of the invasion/occupation of Iraq has been carried out in an unbiased, objective fashion. I used to be a journalism major. I found I had no fondness for journalists and did not wish to count myself one of them. You will no doubt find amusement in the fact I am now a liberal actor, albeit, not anyone with a public at my fingertips. Nor will I ever be. Which I'm sure some people find everlastingly good news... -free
from freeblog :
You said: "I'm sorry...I should have just said, 'yadda yadda yadda, blah blah blah'". ??? I do not understand this note. -free
from freeblog :
I didn't think it was a dig. Took no offense. -free
from teaforone :
Read it? sho'nuff! your stories are frigging excellent. I tend to forget my measly ideas for entries after surfing thru yours each night.
from parca :
*grins* Ah, my mistake, courage must be Diane under pressure. Or maybe Pauline...
from parca :
lol, hopefully only one. Only two people I *actually* know are allowed to read my diary. And one knows it's not about them. But yeah, thank you, I hope my boy likes it seeing as I meant every word and I be a bit worried if he didn't.
from freeblog :
ummm...yeah. maybe we are far more different than I thought from your survey comments...
from freeblog :
We definitely don't agree on everything, but we do on some. And I don't think people are incompetent because I disagree with them; unfortunately, this isn't a good media for you and I to discuss our politics, but we probably think more similarly than you might think, except for you being conservative and me being liberal (so to speak). And for the record, I hated Clinton quite the little bit.
from baloo :
hey, thanks...just wish the break coulda been longer....
from captivated- :
*funny* damn typos
from captivated- :
No as in she needs to check it out because it's funnt but in a poor way, a poor fashion, as in it's sad that that guy didn't know which side to pledge on.
from ezi :
weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
from squirrelx :
Thank you for givin' me a much needed dose of common sense. Lookin' at the situation from the point of view you suggest really does help. Best, Xtine / Squirrel X
from ster-oid :
The voices in my head told me. Congradulations. You are the first person whose survey I took to leave me a note. Have a cookie!
from blueperiod84 :
That would be excellent. We could blow the $5000 on touristy souveniers and spend the entire trip mocking Avril. Damn good time.
from seanandjacob :
Driving the Rhino to Distinction: The most most famous member of the Sarangettie.
from blueperiod84 :
Admit it, you want a daughter who is a little blonde cheerleader, and you're promoting the idea as best you can by naming your dream children "Ashley." Or maybe you want a Spinelli, Recess type Ashley. There really are many, many options...
from invisibledon :
thanks for playing in the neighorhood
from blueperiod84 :
There are times for letting someone crush on you, and there are times for crushing them. Stinking, stinking life.
from blueperiod84 :
Sweet! I will gladly communicate for you after you kick the bucket, so long as you don't mind haunting in OK. ;)
from michaelp711 :
Genius...pure genius...and the reverse psycology...not sure if God responde to that. see my journal... michaelp711
from busy-milkman :
No offense intended at all. I think you're cool.
from busy-milkman :
I'm not sure what I meant by dimmer. I was in a rush this morning. I wanted to say something positive, yet biting. Biting. That's good. Never mind.
from jnickole :
I cant sign your gbook again so fast, but .. MY MIDDLE NAME IS ELEANOR!!!!!!!!!! How freaky is that???? And thanks, for those nice comments, I'm honoured.
from blueperiod84 :
I quite agree with you. My, someone wants you to like Canadian music! :D
from blueperiod84 :
And to think, my mother helped take down Carnahan. Every time I think about it, I see my mom dressed as Lara Croft, swinging an Abeka Grammar textbook at the bitch. Cracks me up, it does.
from littlebirdie :
good to hear it! :) I love your favorites list by the way. Have you heard of Canadian bands Blue Rodeo or Great Big Sea? Still kind of cultish in the States I'm afraid, but my personal favorites!
from littlebirdie :
Aah, I'll bet there's more Canadian musicians that you like! http://schwinger.harvard.edu/~terning/Canadians/musicians.html
from littlebirdie :
yeah, but you like the BareNaked Ladies and they're Canadian - it's not all bad!
from blueperiod84 :
I don't plan on it, I don't think. I mean, it's a huge gigantic decision, milestone, whatever. I just don't want to see him go, and I wish I knew what to do to keep him from going away. Thanks for the note, have a good vacation. :S
from blueperiod84 :
If then, your diary is as light and fluffy as Aunt Jemima's sweet potato pie. Nothing is as light or fluffy as scandinavians who like their toilet seats warm . . .
from invisibledon :
Thanks for playing in the neighborhood - I have a light saber too - wanna duel? j/k mine dosen't actually work
from blueperiod84 :
i'll be sure to add the nitwit part in if i'm asked about it. :) thanks!
from blueperiod84 :
oh . . . this is fortunate, i think. care to fill me in on the run-off thing (at least i know that it's a runoff now . . . ) within the next few hours? you know, so the smart kids don't make fun of me and poke me with pointy sticks?
from chaosbean :
LEAVE MY DOG ALONE.... maybe if you loved him half as much as I do he wouldn't whine all the time. Maybe if he got painkillers for his arthritis he wouldn't whine...Maybe he would still whine cause he's a whiney bitch...But hes the cutest whiney bitch ever...
from magiksmagik :
i still don't understand. you are awesome, but what are you, exactly?
from blueperiod84 :
heh. thanks yas. have you ever stared at those flashing "winner" banners for long periods of time? groooooovy . . .
from blueperiod84 :
BITCH, PLEASE! Write about what you want to write about. Just write your normal sarcasm, and try to forget about the retards. We loves it, yes we does.
from stephypoohlu :
Love you Mother! Thank you for the wonderful note! :)It made my day! And don't worry...I am trying to follow all the rules
from raven72d :
Girl with hiking group, sitting on rock...
from raven72d :
Whoever *is* the lovely girl in the photo...?
from cdghost :
fun to read

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