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from fridayfilms :
I miss you.
from slapmeharder :
oooh. I know some people. not know know but know like, "ooh I've see you down at my local" know on your buddies list. See. I was right. Inevitable (and that's from a girl who doesn't believe in fate.) xxxxxxx
from f-i-n :
what happened to the icons?
from dearedwin :
did you come home with a hot wife?
from dearedwin :
you know i always welcome your cynical comments--especially via e-mail. at least you're actually writing to me then.
from discodave :
So, you're going to read me on lj too, aren't you? If not, I shall be...disappointed. Dxx
from dearedwin :
you are so hard to keep up with sometimes.
from dearedwin :
i'm in both places. but if it wasn't obvious that is the truthful, depressing journal, and diaryland is my day-to-day bullshit journal. :)
from greentealeaf :
where are you?
from longitude :
fuzzy felts image = brilliant. unlike you, i like writing all the time. so as soon as i'm done here, i will reply to your letter.
from pollymagoo :
Was that there before? Oh, i don't know. Anyway, that's alright, Bruce.
from pollymagoo :
1 Edit/delete entries. 2 Scroll to bottom. 3 Thanks for the idea, pollymagoo (with link). That's ok, Bruce, anytime.
from pollymagoo :
PS How do you know these things?
from pollymagoo :
God this notes page has gone romantic in my absence. I have tickets for Coco Rosie with Devandra Banhardt (who I don't actually like that much but never mind) in Shepherd's Bush in October, so probably won't see them again so soon. And Joanna. I don't know. Sometimes it spoils things to see them again, I think. But it's hard to resist. Great photo by the way.
from greentealeaf :
lovely, like you.
from liquideyes :
oh!
from longitude :
beautiful image of joanna newsom.
from longitude :
oh, i forgot to tell you a long time ago, the pop-ups on your site are blank. at least for me they are. [sadness] i'm on a mac, using safari, could that be the issue?
from pollymagoo :
Um, Avril Lavigne, Marilyn Manson, The Crow... Was actually more of a poster-ette, for the Track and Field all-dayer.
from sleepystorm :
your latest entry: that first paragraph: you fill my head with images: and it makes the edges of my heart bleed. x
from buck88 :
you are not in the autumn of your life.
from amberfalls :
The fall is my favorite season and one of my favorite words. fall, fall, fall. fall in love, fall off a building, falling leaves. I'm glad I'll be spending it at home.
from sidewaysrain :
ha! coming from you of all people!
from pollymagoo :
I know, but no one will ever have a diary crush on me again.
from pollymagoo :
I had to delete your note because it made my notes page go all wide and funny. But I'm glad it amused you so much.
from fridayfilms :
I'm pushing the boundaries of maturity m'self. It's 4:00 am, P's mad. We tried.
from carla-star :
or maybe they do. visit thechemister.diaryland.com or be eaten alive! The Little People are coming for you right now!
from carla-star :
the Little People stare at me, too. Creepy, I know. At least yours don't try to murder you
from dearedwin :
i've had that very same not-seeing-morrissey-after-all experience.
from fusco :
if i'd got that far with it my inner 15 year old would have taken over and stamped her feet to continue.
from discodave :
S'ok - I didn't think you were, mate. When has good grammar ever shown its face on my page anyhow? Dxx
from discodave :
I'm not sure actually. I think that the way I wrote may not be the best way of phrasing it, but it does work. Plus, I can't be arsed editing it. Thanks, though. Dxx
from greentealeaf :
ohh liquideyes: you never cease to amaze me. as for the dream, yes, well, it was more of a revenge-dream. if you know what i mean. i just found out today my ex / jerk / bastard / money-thief is dating someone new and is sleeping with her. and he still checks my diary.
from liquideyes :
oh, and yesterday I was informed that Joanna Newsom is clinging hold of memories that revolve around her dead dog when she sings 'sadie'... all bitch-hounds appear to have the same name as me nowadays...
from liquideyes :
Whatever you choose, you must be around when autumn is at her most potent. This may be why I am obsessed with owning a tree-house..
from sidewaysrain :
thanks, you.
from liquideyes :
I'm an utter country-bumpkin. See me chewing straw and walking fields in a smock.
from alarm-call :
once, i was exhausted and pissed off (i think someone had made me shop, or something equally hideous). I sat down in the gutter and put my hand down on a dead baby pigeon.
from liquideyes :
Grandpa pigeons have the most beautiful eyes, all crinkled, half-closed. Maybe in the country ancient pigeons are happier as they never appear to be wasting away in a film of sadness. ~~ My ego takes a leap whenever a quirky fabulous singer sings of someone who just happens to have the same name as me. It's riduculous, but untamed and wild it shall be.
from liquideyes :
However, the more important question is, have you seen a grandpa pigeon?
from roister :
please forgive the oversight of not crediting you earlier.
from longitude :
It's ugly isn't it? I think the beak really freaks me out. It looks too big for its face. Ew. Where do you live? Do you see pigeons often? They make me shudder (in a bad way).
from longitude :
http://www.zippityzoo.com/ZZ-pics-pigeon%20baby1.JPG - that link will take you to a picture of a baby pigeon. it's ugly. unless you have a thing for pigeons. which i don't. i prefer fat chubby little sparrows. or egrets. or red ibises. mmhm. and neals? i don't know what the hell that guestbook messsage was about. his email made a lot more sense. ha ha ha. such characters.
from bonsai01 :
Baby pigeons. You don't see them because the flying-rats grow at an alarmingly quick rate so when they emerge from the nest they look like a proper grown up pigeon instead of the adolescent it really is. Gosh, I'm an interesting person with fascinating facts. I'll get my coat now.
from fusco :
how lovely to have family at all ends of the spectrum, it makes everything seem so much more permanent.
from greentealeaf :
thanks, but there's really no need. it was very sweet of you to tell me though. :)
from pollymagoo :
oh me too, i like it too.
from greentealeaf :
current entry - love it.
from longitude :
your nephew and nan are adorable.
from longitude :
hello hello. i forget the photographer's name. it's a stock photo that i got from work. i will research and get back to you.
from dearedwin :
i think i like that one.
from fusco :
it was an observation, not a judgement. i'm sure your life is much fuller than mine (obviously).
from fusco :
i rely on my imaginary friends for perspective. in all honesty, it's not me i'm fretting for. perhaps it's the bug on your screen :(
from fusco :
me? insinuations? (like i can talk currently). i trust your note like i trust the astrology i read today.
from fusco :
are you ever not sitting at your 'puter?
from meepful :
you know, if you could do anything to fix the GIMME SOME RED! i'd.. man, i don't know what i'd do. keel over and collapse in a twitching pile of insufficient gratitude. i'd love to learn how to manipulate html, but to be honest the very thought scares me toothless. (by the way, i love your new set up it looks fantastic!)(i'm not just saying that either, i read your page before checking my notes)(i so did too!)
from longitude :
oh, you.
from longitude :
will you teach me a new language?
from amberfalls :
Thanks for the music links. My life has been rather quiet and dull since my laptop was stolen. I haven't been able to download or listen to anything. I had to come to the PC Bang just to listen.
from garbonzobean :
That's not enough songs to fill up a CD. More, more! Waiting... ;) -CraigeMorsels
from pollymagoo :
See, this is a trap and I am not getting into it with you. Because I will say 'Oh, have you heard of the dead new and avant-garde Interesting Mushroom?' and you will say 'Oh I was listening to Interesting Mushroom long before you were born, have you heard their collaboration with Peter Knee from 2002?'. I like Smog.
from pollymagoo :
what, musically, or instead of superiority?
from pollymagoo :
i do, i have it. but believe what you like. if you need to feel superior, that's fine.
from pollymagoo :
hahahahahaha. hahahaha. to yourself. don't give up, this is a good game.
from dominguez :
i give up, you're obviously a lot cooler than i thought.
from pollymagoo :
wrong again.
from greentealeaf :
..can i be your boyfriend now? but you'd have to turn me into a boy first. eek.
from pollymagoo :
electrelane, broken social scene (except wrong one)...guess again.
from pollymagoo :
actually, oops, i've just read the comments below. there are two.
from pollymagoo :
do you want to guess? there are three.
from pollymagoo :
PS At first I didn't realise those were dates, and thought it was either some obscure scoring system or the odds for who had stolen all your money (and that Laura Veirs must have looked really guilty, or started flashing the cash about lately).
from pollymagoo :
Ok I'm getting the ones I don't have. I have tickets for Smog/Joanna, so probably see you there.
from fridayfilms :
Leslie Feist is a component of Broken Social Scene, yes. Whether or not she first sang Lover's Spit, I can't really say. But notice how the song was written in a register that is much too low for her voice. This leads me to believe that the song was originally written for the man who sings it in "They Forgot It In the People." Ah. I should have bothered to listen to the selection before I assumed it was the one I was thinking of - yours is indeed Leslie Feist. It's not my favorite version, but it's lovely. Can I still be part of the gang?
from fridayfilms :
Broken Social Scene has been one of my favorite bands for a while now, and Lover's Spit epitomizes them so well. It was a big thrill to see them preform - all that talent on one stage. I tell you. Leslie Feist does a cover on one of their albums, which is sweet, but not as good as the original.
from pollymagoo :
These are paper lists really though. Reproduced on the internet. Now stop writing notes and do your diary instead.
from meepful :
Ah yes. 'Articles.' From 'papers.' While I'm fairly certain you'll already have sussed this one, I thought it only fair to confirm. Dude. Murakami, Bukowski and Salinger. The recipe for sneaking sideways into a girls' heart and then setting her aflame from within.
from pollymagoo :
Hahaha yes you are.
from girlsdontcry :
Mind that you take a sick bag when you do go to Before Sunset.
from pollymagoo :
But I did, I saw it with gdc. I thought it was just ok. I wasn't expecting the gangster element and nothing annoys me more than an unexpected gangster element (except soap opera gambling addiction storylines)(sorry gdc if you're reading this note, I know I've already said all this stuff to you). And also the ringing phone! Couldn't you tell I'd seen it just from that? I note that you have no idea what it was called. No one does. I think it must have had the least memorable title of any film ever.
from pollymagoo :
I think it probably depends a lot on your mood, and particularly on whether you do that (extremely irritating) thing of deciding you're not going to like it before you get there. But I REALLY hated Before Sunrise, and Before Sunset is very similar except not shit, and I can't really explain why. I bet you loved Before Sunrise anyway. Blahblah, watch it and decide.
from amberfalls :
better yet, put down the book and say hello instead
from expatrica :
That list made me laugh. So true. I have a confession to make - I went to V (but-not-the-one-in-Essex-the-one in-the-midlands-which-I'm-going-to-try-to-pretend-isn't-as-bad). To be honest most of the people were really really annoying. I still had a great time- first fetival, pixies etc. I did, however, see far too many ponchos ps - Hi and welcome back!
from aeka :
If you like Salinger, then you certainly have my respect.
from dearedwin :
have you taken to the treadmill?
from heelandlass :
How to be good was one of the most boring books I've ever read also. I was annoyed at how much eye motion I'd used up on the bleeding thing. Grrr.
from pollymagoo :
And you loved How To Be Good, I remember.
from pollymagoo :
Fuck off, I do not!
from fusco :
it was the existential dilemma of point 6 that you share, was it not?
from alarm-call :
but would you want the kind of girl who looks at a man reading nick hornby and thinks "that is the man for me"? would anyone?
from pollymagoo :
Too much hassle, I'm not going.
from pollymagoo :
Well maybe if you put in a link that worked I could look at it and see.
from pollymagoo :
It's nice to see you're still stealing things I say and not crediting me (insert smiley face). And I think you’re well aware that girls on here are much more likely to be impressed by Murakami and Salinger.
from greentealeaf :
ow, murakami reading, iceland visiting you, you know you're adorable. there's no need to fret, i hate all crime fiction.
from sidewaysrain :
aw shucks
from sidewaysrain :
si, soy la cowgirl.
from carla-star :
hey! my name's Carla! I love my name. I think my name is positively great, and you should think so too! Your diary seems positively great also, so i am going to put you on my faves list, which means i'll read everything you write. So please don't stop writing interesting things, or else i'll be doomed and the Little People who live in stones will come for me.
from godmoney :
...ohmigod, i love this. i'm going 2 read it all.
from discodave :
Nah - Billy Boyd AKA Pippin (or was it Merry?)... And he really is quite Hobbitish in stature. Dxx
from discodave :
Sean Bean in the pub, Billy Boyd in the internet café - what happened to the "sniffing coke from the navel of a Brazilian supermodel" lifestyle they're all meant to have? Dxx
from greentealeaf :
summer tricks on people's mind these days. and the sun is way too strong for august. huh. coul've fooled me there ..
from amberfalls :
hello. thanks for adding me to your favorites list. Eventhough some people think I'm racist, I'm not really. Enjoy your football, it's funny sometimes how happiness can sneak up on you when you're not really expecting it.
from greentealeaf :
i went to someone's diary and was offended by their racist comments. they weren't particularly blatant about it, but it was very insidious and i thought they were giving unfair, dramatised accounts of their life in order to attract attention/readership. (by the way, hello, i'm green ..)
from metafouric :
i added u as a buddy, not b/c u begged me to, but b/c u possess the name of my favorite telenovela character. that and to see if your writing lives up to its acclaim.
from amberfalls :
ok. i am convinced. i will add you too my favorites. when i read your name, i think of dominguez canyon and going home.
from gettingnaked :
Funny... I think the same thing about water sometimes...
from sidewaysrain :
did you know the fingerprints of koalas are indistinguishable from those of human beings? well now you do.
from explodingboy :
Terrific first entry! hey ho .... ebstar
from pollymagoo :
Glad you're back.
from discodave :
Damn - ignore that bit and forget I spoke - this is why I should only write notes when inebriated - I make sense that way...sigh. Dxx
from discodave :
Good meeting you too, Sam ;) Dxx
from dearedwin :
i'm loving your writing extra lots these days.
from girlsdontcry :
Hola!

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