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from fuzzems :
What can I say, words for the wise? Failure is not an excuse to give everything up. Failure is a reason to better... whether professionally or relationship wise or personally. 2008 may ring in disappointments just as 2007 had...but remember, life goes on (so cliche) and remember: un giorno la vostra vita sembrerŗ stupefacente perfetta.
from dick-rigit :
Rats? Did your other half wake up with particular painful genitals the next day? "You know, I had this dream I was being attacked by a snake...twice!" I found three deal moles in our pool this week. Suicide?
from dick-rigit :
welcome back btw
from tailbonelust :
They really did taste pretty damn good coming up, too.
from beagle47 :
re: "Now you're just plain copying me." i like to justify it as learning from you. ;) email to beagle47(at)diaryland(dot)com for some insight if you like.
from fuzzems :
I understand and I completely appreciate the gratitude. My father was in desert storm and I was like I think four or five. And at that age, and knowing what was going on in the world, that tore me up. Hence, how I feel about the military now. And yes, the worst thing about it is not knowing what is really going on out there.
from fuzzems :
My own absence is due to lack of sleep, health, and anything but work...thats my life now. However, I found time to update blogging on myspace...so therefore, diaryland I am back...fuzzems
from beagle47 :
re: "Life is a funny little mystery. I've somehow convinced myself that I will die young..." which dooms you to a very long life now, my lefthanded friend. may as well resolve yourself to it and get back in shape. nothing worse than arthritis in your eighties (so i've heard). given i wince with ever minor pain i am in awe of anyone who truly suffers yet gets out of bed every day. <sigh> perhaps strength of character will come to us with time. live long, 'rip. diaryland (and the world) need you. ;)
from jiltedsoul :
If you return, jiltedsoul@gmail.com is where I am anxiously awaiting a password.
from beagle47 :
bravo. er, no, wait, that would include me. i take it back. not bravo, though i sympathize. or is that empathize? (euthanize?)
from beagle47 :
damn.
from fuzzems :
It is okay...I understand but you have my email addy...I would like to hear some sort of organized rant, diaryland style, sometime...thanks
from fuzzems :
i hate seeing that you have updated but alas i cannot have access...you know this blows, xoxo
from dick-rigit :
wow. bad banana. did the spooks get you? totsiens
from fuzzems :
Okay...well goodbye, have fun...and dont lose yourself...but then again, i know you wont.
from fuzzems :
Okay...well goodbye, have fun...and dont lose yourself...but then again, i know you wont.
from dinosaurorgy :
Ah. Well hell, I'm sad to see you going: after all, I just found your diary recently.
from dinosaurorgy :
It must be the time of year or something.. people are dropping off of Diaryland like flies or locking up. Sad, sad.
from fuzzems :
I have decided to go back into my rage music and poetry phase...sexual rage music I guess you could call that phase...I think I might get a little bit of inspiration... And you are locked. I want access. Please?
from zaziel :
Maybe it's the farewell tour?
from dick-rigit :
Think happy thoughts. I'm trying to do so currently. I know it doesn't solve the problem, but it does lessen the pain for me and helps me cope, which then lets me address the problem more effectively - actually, it lets me see the problem more clearly. If you need to learn how to suck eggs, give me a shout.
from dick-rigit :
might it turn again?
from dick-rigit :
where did all the sunlight go?
from fuzzems :
I completely understand and I am glad. Times cant be too trusting.
from dick-rigit :
I think you quite enjoy being happy. It's all right once you get used to the taste?
from dick-rigit :
Phew!
from dick-rigit :
I'm not frustrated, just miserable - although that does tend to frustrate me. But thank you. I appreciate the thought. Very supportive of you and, dare I say, positive...are you feeling okay?
from fuzzems :
The older I get the more furious I get that the halloween is becoming safer and more dangerous all at the same time. In this southern part of the US, religion is huge (ie the Bible belt) and T or T stops at 8pm and all of the local businesses and churches do trick or treating inside so all the candy I bought this year is tempting me as there was no one. Ahh...I miss the days of Frakensteins and Vampires.
from fuzzems :
And for an english major, I sure do not know how to spell correctly, lol. And yes I could have easily told you you were wrong but I had to say something to validate my point. And your point of the memory-RAM analogy is quite a good one.
from fuzzems :
I have to agree with you on the comment of my recent post however there is one thing that need be remembered...I was 14 only 6 years ago. And truly, I think of it as puppy love, however truth be told that Juliet was younger than 15 when she fell in love with Romeo...and age was never sure of that time either.
from fuzzems :
Thank you. For the interesting comment. I find that very interesting and therefore I like it. Thank you...havent been called Interesting in awhile...either that means you cant figure a damn thing out or you just genuinely mean it. Thank you.
from fuzzems :
You think you have it bad in the men's room. We women sit down however have mastered the skill of getting it on the floor and on the seat. Oh and you do not have to worry about messes with feminine products or trash on the floor from them. I sympathize but it is an all too common trait among women with no house traning, as my boss puts it. Yes, this was an issue that was recently raised here at work. DAMN.
from dick-rigit :
I empathise. I won't say I understand, because nobody can ever really understand someone else (it's a fib you say to get sex or presents). You say you don't mind being bitter and cynical (which I guess means you're not happy), but you would be 'happy' if people opened their eyes and, I assume, saw the world the same way as you do... which would then mean they would also be bitter and cynical and therefore unhappy. It's a lose/lose. I'm negative and I can infect others with my negativity - but I'm not always angry. Sometimes I am and then it explodes and itís shit for all around me - including me. So perhaps if we (you/I/one/the whole world) tried to be more positive then there would not be so much to fuck the world up to make us bitter and Öetc etc. I'm not talking 'happy-clappers' dum-dum positive, but just that perhaps we shouldn't wallow in it and throw it in everyone elseís faces so much. Because no matter what you say about not wanting to impact others with your cynicism etc, the fact is you do - and if you're honest you do want to make impact, otherwise why would you wish to open people's eyes? But hey, I'm not having a pop at you - this is more of an internal talking to for myself, because I'm just a twat at the other end of a bit of technology as far as you're concerned, right? But for me (and what I do) I'm thinking that being a miserable git is getting me nowhere - so I have a few choices, buck up, check out or stay as I am, and the last option is untenable.
from dick-rigit :
Why is it that the 'easy solution' (whatever that may be, and is it really easy) is cowardly and will cause pain to others, yet it's okay to let oneself become bitter and cynical, which also seems like a cop out and will impact negatively on everyone exposed to one's world view?
from dick-rigit :
Why do you still care about the world enough to keep watching and continue to get eaten up by it?
from dick-rigit :
I've got a headache. Why are you bitter and cynical?
from fuzzems :
I am glad that you agree with me. I seriously hate the people that tell you its the parents fault for the vast majority of violence among the youth of today. And yes I should post the paper or OO that I wrote three years ago about this subject. It was pretty damn good.
from dick-rigit :
Happiness comes to those that keep up with the repayments.
from dick-rigit :
Utilities? Organised crime. Same, same - surely?
from dick-rigit :
Hello again. Do you work for the mob?
from beagle47 :
i am honored. thank you. regarding "Eradication of so-called 'free radicals'" and living to 100. i wonder what life would be like without free radicals? would we be left with a life of enslaved conservatives, then? long live "My Generation"
from fuzzems :
Thank you...by the way.
from beagle47 :
exceptionally well thought-out comment. homogeny, though perhaps desireable, is ultimately just an illusion. not to write "humanity does not share things in common," but only that, in the end, no two humans are the same. whoa, i gotta lighten-up! (thanks for the thoughts, i enjoy them).
from dick-rigit :
I live in the winter. All my friends are 'cold'. Money is the root of all evil. Water is wet.
from dick-rigit :
heavy shit - not the debt thing, obviously - but I'm not gonna leave the light on for nobody's nightmares. Any way, we had a power cut last night and the roof started leaking. Facking landlords.
from miss-peaches :
No you didn't sound condescending :) I know that it's really nothing to worry about and shouldn't affect my life in the larger scheme. I play Diablo 2. I have the first one but haven't played it in awhile.
from dick-rigit :
you feel my pain
from dick-rigit :
wind, probably
from solitus :
It was obviously quality writing that held my attention past page 5 which is where most fiction loses my attention. However, his pious demeanor frightens me the most. The combination of an outwardly obsession with Jesus and an inwardly obsession with necrophilia seems toxic to me. Iím not blowing smoke but your work was tantalizing yet his work was virulent. I donít think that I would like it any more if I didnít know him but Iím prejudiced, unfortunately. Thanks for your note; itís rewarding to have feedback.
from dick-rigit :
coma coma coma coma coma chameleon, you come and go, you come and go o-o-oh
from tailbonelust :
Rattlesnake tail=primitive vibrator.
from tailbonelust :
What can I say? I'm a cavegirl.
from tailbonelust :
Hahaha. So I'm guessing you're a non-god type like me?
from tailbonelust :
I don't know about it making eating more interesting, but it certainly makes it messier!
from bluelucy :
I'm sorry about the situation with your parents. I experienced the same thing recently, but I can not tell you I know exactly how you feel, as I'd been waiting for my parents to divorce for some time.
from dick-rigit :
I have no idea what you are going through. I can only say chin up sunshine. It probably won't help, but maybe the thought that there are people out there rooting for you may lift things a tad?
from bluelucy :
In response to your entry "A big hairy Bush": Actually, Dubya's first term was a lie. Gore won, but the governor of Florida ("coincidentally", G/W's brother) wasn't happy about that. So there was a re-count, in which any ballots not fully punched through were thrown out (despite the fact that these ballots were perfectly readable to anyone not working with Jeb Bush). That being said, I have no excuse for the second term. I can only guess the public (stupidly) wanted to hold to the "tradition" of no president ever being turned out of office during war time (which means it's a damned good thing each president can only hold two terms). The sad truth: The idea of democracy in America is about as real as the idea of a separation of church and state.
from fuzzems :
Stumbled upon your diary...english...heaven.
from dick-rigit :
Cheers. Seriousness is good. The bollocks is just to relieve the boredoom. I am cynical (cynicism is the new black), but I think you take the bitter biscuit dude.
from dick-rigit :
Donald Rumsfeld is giving President Bush his daily briefing. He concludes by saying: "Yesterday, 3 Brazilian soldiers were killed." "OH NO!" the president exclaims. "That's terrible!" His staff are stunned at this display of emotion, nervously watching as the President sits, head in hands. Finally, President Bush looks up and asks, "How many is a brazillion?"
from dick-rigit :
Cheers. And "serving suggestion" on the label of a tin of corned beef? Consumer: I wish to complain. This corned beef is not sliced and does not contain a sprig of parsley!
from dick-rigit :
Egypt. Good call. I went there last year. Second best holiday ever. I've got two kids to drag around aswell and it was still great. I understand the rich thing. I often envy people that have more than me - then I see the cracks in their lives as they try to hold it together. I'm sure it's not always the case, but feck it. I'd love a BMW M5, but my old Mondeo costs about 1/18th the price to run. So more cash for my herion habit!
from dick-rigit :
But when the whole thing does go pop, where would you rather be - stuck behind an office desk in some anonymous suburb, or sitting on a beach; trekking through the desert; climbing up a mountain; getting stoned in an opium den (delete or add as required) whilst your skin burns to a crisp? I don't believe there is a paradise after this life, so I figure we've got to make the most of what we've got (that's a note to myself rather than a lecture to 'owt else, mate. Sorry. You got me thinking).
from dick-rigit :
Ruin. Screw the spreadsheets, dude, buy a van and go see the world. You're a long time dead. Sage, on the otherhand, will feed off your rotting carcass for years to come. Go nuclear - everyone else is.
from herdarlinsin :
yes, stupidity seems to be inherited. Altho some do come by it naturally. Thanks for the reply back, as far as the lightening up comment I made, I was half-heartedly joking with you. Sorry if I offended you.
from kickme-tryme :
I don't know why.
from herdarlinsin :
I like your current entry. Very much so. And fo rthe record, I clicked on your banner because I was curious. Has nothingt o do with anything you listed in your entry. And besides your imperfect grammar and impotence has little of any concern to me. So, Hi-dee Ho, my friend! Lighten up ok??
from dick-rigit :
Yeah. Fair comment. You gotta think though.. the morning after a night on the lash and a really hot curry? Chilled Andrex. I mean you wouldn't, would you, unless you REALLY wanted to, eh?
from dick-rigit :
Molti ringraziamenti, matey! BTW, does bum sex hurt you?
from dick-rigit :
I hope it helps.
from dick-rigit :
The Greeks are coming!
from flicka :
I cannot help but be reminded of the Island of Dr. Moreau (sp?) Animals, people, technology all thrown together seems unethical and messy.
from miss-peaches :
Hey! Just wanted to let you know that I've locked my journal for a little bit but I've given you a name/password: gazrip for both. Take care.
from madfuzzyme :
yes, this is true, but as long as the majority remains as it is, letting itself believe and institutionalize what is deemed as the greater good for the present, their shorthanded foresight will resonate with the rest of the globe's opinion that the now is more pressing than the now that will come. oi, rambling. i'm glad i'm not the only one with this view.
from leadme :
You should list that diary that you enjoyed reading.. Maybe others would too. Have a great day! --Jennifer
from jiltedsoul :
You give me far too much credit.
from weymouth66 :
Welcome back!
from weymouth66 :
I was in a similar position to yourself just over a year ago, earning a decent wage but doing a job which meant working such long and anti-social hours that I had very little life outside work. So I made the difficult decision to save up enough to see me through the months of suspension from the dole, then quit and went back to my parents (at 32!) A few months after going back, I got an OK job and I'm doing fine now. So do think about upping sticks back to Wales if you're really feeling in prison where you are now. All the best, Jess
from miss-peaches :
Fish are cool and I love buying them, but I only have a 1 gallon tank with a betta, so I decided to buy what I wanted and put them in his tank :) But today we found one of the gouramis dead and gave him a burial at sea.
from candoor :
hope you have a merry happy new year in spite of it all :)
from serenaville :
I clicked in off your 'Insane Bartender' banner, then stayed to read all your entries in one go. I admire the intelligent way you write, and the pragmatism you display. Few can assail hapless 'sponge minions'(As I like to call them), with such impressive dispatch. A tongue like a shredder is a terrible thing to waste, or be wasted by. ;) I'm bookmarking your space for continued reading in future. Take care!
from omnipre5ence :
Thanks for the add. :)
from omnipre5ence :
Ahh, yes, I quite agree on your rant on "celebrities". :)
from dj091402 :
to bitch is a beautiful thing
from miss-peaches :
Love the comment about my journal >:)
from miss-peaches :
Thank you :) I feel better every day and when I do think about him, I just get angry. It's just hard adjusting to not having him in my life. He was the shoulder I cried on for so long. I feel like I have no one now.
from hamiltonian :
cool journal
from dnilasor :
I clicked on a random banner and here I am. I didn't even know you were still around. Hope you're okay, get in touch if you still have my e-mail addy. Ros xx
from miss-peaches :
Im so glad I found your journal. I love your banner ad. I hate things too... everything.. lol
from oh--dear--me :
sigh. are you lonely?
from dnilasor :
not ignoring you.... feeling ill and icky.
from dnilasor :
Yes, that would be about the size of it.
from dnilasor :
Pot.Kettle.Black!
from dnilasor :
you caught me in the middle of playing with the blog chalk actually. Its not up at the moemnt cause I'm messing with it
from gazrip :
Petrol costs more down saaaf than it does up norf. As does insurance. Especially insurance. £500-700 is a conservative estimate. And £20 a week is a fairly low usage rate. And I'm not a mon =P
from dnilasor :
How far are you inteending to drive, that petrol will cost you £20 a week? I only get through £20 a MONTH. And my car insurance is £300, your over 23 so yours shouldn't be too much. you are a mon though, that counts against you. :p
from gazrip :
Aha! There is now a link on my sidemenu that gets you straight here.
from dnilasor :
Can you link your notes from your diaryr so I don't have to go through my buddy list to get to your profile Please?
from gazrip :
Indeed.

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