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from raven72d :
17 October 21. Thanks for the note! I'm doing well, all things considered . Hope life is good for you!
from raven72d :
Happy antipodean springtime.
from raven72d :
12 March 21-- lovely entry.
from raven72d :
18 Dec. 20--- beautiful haunting entry about Tokyo.
from raven72d :
There should be more songs about libraries.
from raven72d :
22 Aug. 20--- great entry.
from se7enchance :
More, please. Cheers.
from raven72d :
I will be going to the Yukon in June and Paris on October, but I do envy you Japan.
from raven72d :
21 December 18--- enjoy the trip to Japan! And enjoy the Year Nineteen.
from raven72d :
I seem to have lost your p/w... But I hope you're still writing and doing well.
from raven72d :
Yes--- down in the Deepest South of the US.
from raven72d :
Glad to hear that you enjoyed the trip! (And...may I be allowed to read along with your entries?)
from raven72d :
Good to see you're back writing, too! What was Amsterdam like? How long did you stay?
from raven72d :
21 September 17--- do come back and write!
from raven72d :
16 April 17 I'm glad you're still writing here.
from raven72d :
02 November 16--- glad to hear things are going well in the Antipodes.
from raven72d :
09 February 2016--- do come back and write!
from raven72d :
31 March 14--- you're missed here! come update!
from raven72d :
do update!
from bombasine :
aw, you are just so lovely.
from raven72d :
You'll always have a heart.
from raven72d :
i hope your heart has lifted back up into the clouds.
from raven72d :
I do feel far too old for some things, sometimes: dancing, going to bands, going out. But I tell myself--- try to tell myself ---that I can't let myself be too afraid to do things I enjoy, things that mean something to me.
from raven72d :
I've been writing at DL since the summer of 2002. I don't think one is ever too old to write here. It's become a constant in my life, a place where I'll always return, a place where my stories belong.
from bombasine :
<3 <3
from lostelephant :
cough. I'm drunk. It's New Years!
from explodingboy :
oh there you are ;)
from avantbedroc :
i need more of you!!
from avantbedroc :
I try not to live in one place for too long. i've hopped about many times since those days. only been in my current spot for two months, itching, itching to move again. I'm certain that sooo much has happened since our convos ;-)
from tsulnagrom :
i like your first line. it reminds me a lot of high fidelity.
from avantbedroc :
diaryland seems to have been one of my true constants over this decade. same layout, same place i keep returning to to bear my burdens. i hope all is well with you my dearest. it has been a long time between chats. may there be splendid joy in your life and love in your heart. happy holidays/new year xx
from darthuae :
a beautiful person was one of the speakers in that entry. o how beautiful he is. o how beautiful your mind seems to be.
from darthuae :
your entry just made me so so cold. in a good way.
from avantbedroc :
go for the career change! wait, don't listen to me-i'm old and i don't use twitter
from lostelephant :
Oh shush.
from bombasine :
nice to see you around, sunshine.
from explodingboy :
hey greenly. Nice entry "I think". Awesome to see you still dl. cheers eb*
from lostelephant :
Hi-ya, pal.
from candora :
wow, it's been a long time since i roamed around here... i know the feeling, so coincidence continues as i was thinking similar thoughts last night, a friday out of the blue... gonna go make some positivity today, if i can find a costume for tonight, halloween party and all... hope today goes well in your world :)
from explodingboy :
Yay yay greenly.
from lostelephant :
I cannae find that song, but congrats on the job!
from permeation :
thank you heather - missing you xxx
from myheavyheart :
i love what you write, so heartbreakingly beautiful.
from permeation :
come talk to us, H. we miss you. x
from lostelephant :
Where youse being ats?
from tsulnagrom :
i locked my diary... username: pocket password: locket
from bombasine :
you know, i just love that our seasons are backwards.
from tsulnagrom :
ughhghghghghg i hate pap smears. they're terrifying and invasive :( i feel your pain, or awkwardness.
from lostelephant :
It's Mogwai, you.
from lostelephant :
I can hear the birds singing outside Talk to cats for a while Turn a life inside out Everyone knows when to smile
from spindle :
it is something of a relief to be back. is this film up anywhere youtube-y, where just anyone could wander by and see it?
from fuschiashock :
i hope it brings you something nice, too.
from fuschiashock :
thank you.
from permeation :
nooo, i'm not going anywhere. :)
from sleepystorm :
yes! and i have you to thank ...
from previously :
*big hug*
from explodingboy :
hello!
from longitude :
I've felt that for a long time... Hello GTL
from greenteacup :
Thumbs up for almost twin usernames. :]
from lostelephant :
SHUSH!
from greentealeaf :
as of april 15, 2007, this page has been turned back on, almost after a 2 year break.
from propeller :
Live in Chiswick (near drummoyne) and go to COFA, paddo. It's all good...Mac seems like a good uni, a very very laid back one (which would be nice!)
from propeller :
film eh? Cool, trust me, I won't end up actually getting into film but being unemployed, harhar. Where abouts are you studying?
from propeller :
I'm glad to see I make someone smile (one is better than none...!) - I'm not really majoring in anything...we don't have majors per se but we do have to do a major project in final year and I think i'mgoing to make a film. Short. I love your diary, the graphics are great (very muted, cool...). I don't know too much about you - but your musical taste is pretty brilliant (iron and wine...)- but I'll be back to learn more!
from exitfish :
hi. thanks for all of your kind messages all this time. this is an aspect of diaryland that i feel uneasy about, so it just takes me awhile. bye...
from contumely :
I've not been ignoring your notes, just not replying.. Your diary is very interesting/strange/impersonal yet personal of late, particularly "spit tasted bitter on certain tuesdays", and anything involving carrying french sticks, which is a sure way to pretend you're in a movie (especially if you drop your bag and oranges roll out).
from raven72d :
I wish I could get ghostly letters from you...
from jonquill :
I am aware not all of the femme like the ballet, and some, in fact, enjoy the Knicks to heights I have not yet imagined. I just had a brain fart and couldn't come up with two better opposing forces.
from raven72d :
I'd wondered if it was a baguette...
from raven72d :
I must ask: whatever is the French Stick?
from raven72d :
I'd love to share a summer afternoon with you...
from spindle :
it could go so, so badly. it probably is going to go so, so badly. things haven't been this potentially messy since I left Katherine and right now, I really wouldn't mind if everything wasn't quite this interesting. I'll keep you posted, trust me. it will at least make for a half-interesting story.
from candoor :
merry happy new year :)
from raven72d :
I read everything, darling... A function of being insomniac...and having had more years to read in. I love the tone of your last few entries, the haunting mono-no-aware feel to it. E-mail me soon... I miss hearing from you.
from raven72d :
I for one hope you'll dye your hair blue and then send me a letter from the Antipodes...
from longitude :
oh you assign me wonderful songs. and i <3 you for that.
from raven72d :
The last two entries have been lovely and romantic...
from raven72d :
Below the Equator and past the International Date Line... I wish you a wonderful New Year, too, down in the Antipodes.
from roister :
one day i'll work out how to make happy actually sound like happy ...
from raven72d :
Leave a poem under a rock for me...
from jonquill :
Sorry I didn't respond earlier, but it's taken a week for me to try to accept what's happened, so I guess that tells you how I voted. In any case, I still stand shocked at the positive responce to the pictures. I am, ontologically, a doof.
from sadgreeneye :
Radiohead? Don't even start on Ideoteque with me!!.. heh.. maybe I'll confuse you this time. Yeah, it's a bummer that Bush won. Ugh, I don't get it. Heh, visits by Americans to the Canadian immigration website have shot up; I hear Montreal is a nice place to live. I'm keeping my options open :) Take care --Joshua
from raven72d :
The ghost idea is haunting and sad... I hope she's okay, too.
from explodingboy :
;-)
from spindle :
a story in which nothing significant happens? I am intrigued. please, send it to me, me who is spindly_boy at yahoo dot ca.
from thole :
wisdom teeth. ick. i prescribe you soft foods and self-indulgence!
from raven72d :
Ahhh... the girls who can feel like stars in a beautiful stranger's bed... That was a lovely entry.
from nonamecat :
id like to read your story as well please...steadier_footing@hotmail.com
from avexion :
i'm interested in the story &so is my inbox; embryonic_intimacy@hotmail.com ♥
from raven72d :
send me a small confessional page one day...
from raven72d :
It's odd... I take very hardline views on things like foreign policy, but I mostly dislike right-wingers... I enjoy academic exchanges and intellectual debates. What I don't like is the way certain conservatives (and, indeed, some old-school Marxists) insist on Platonic Realism and abhor ambiguity or fluidity...
from raven72d :
I love the "regret" note...and the blue biro
from f4sakndauter :
I tried to sign your guestbook.. but it wouldn't let me... I wanted to say I really like this one and that it's funny how regrets seem to add up so quickly sometimes
from raven72d :
on the futon...unclad...with vodka...willing to discuss Derrida amid erotic games...
from raven72d :
*sigh*... i read your entries and imagine you there on my futon...
from fusco :
i'm a right proper lady with *suitors*, awright.
from fusco :
thought that might amuse you, as much as it amuses my suitors into not going any further.
from fusco :
updating frenzy??
from explodingboy :
thanks for the note. yeppo. it was simply that i had nothing much to say. eb*
from spindle :
the boy, the boy. is this the boy who you wanted to say things to, a little while ago? (erotic poems: yes. when they are in a state to be sent to you. it's not quite yet. it'll be a while. and I have to figure out how to send them to you.)
from che :
dik-dik's are super cute. gunther's and kirk's. kirk's have cuter noses though. especially when they wriggle them. the zoo is fun!
from thefictions :
"sorry", "that i've", "become", "this", "monster", "i love", "you", "a lot"
from thefictions :
the band is "the windup bird" and their album is "whips".
from raven72d :
I rather think "monsieur" is not the best address for Foucault-- "ma belle Michel(le)" --given his, ummm, habits.
from overtaken :
No...not a good bye :-D I'm still here *hugs* I'll update soon, promise.
from thefictions :
download the windup bird - "whips" right now.
from raven72d :
Oh, I really, really *loathe* Rousseau and his General Will. (I'm a Burke and Hume fan) Lacan-- "Big Jacques" --looked vur' much like David Cronenberg, which makes both Lacan and Cronenberg easier to comprehend. After all...no one ever saw them *together*. Jacques Derrida-- "Rabbi Jacques" --died Friday... The cast of "Deconstructive Dallas" are all going behind the mirror, one by one. Psychoanalysis, like everything else, *should* be de-politicized... And late at night, one can hear the claws of the Real scrabbling at the windows... (I blame the vile, unhuman Andaman Islanders for this)
from explodingboy :
…the dead—a dead parent, for example—can be more alive for us, more powerful, more scary, than the living. It is the question of ghosts. - Jacques Derrida 1994.
from spindle :
I am not sure how much I want to defend Lacan. I know the defense: that he did his best to map out a deeply sexist culture. his writing is itself not sexist, it is no more than symptomatic of a more insidious sexism -- and necessarily so if he was to engage with the subjects of that culture. but still, he booted Irrigiray out of his school for pursuing what he called an inappropriately political agenda. I am not sure I'm comfortable with how de-politicised he imagined psychoanalysis to be. at least I have Barthes to get me out of this impasse: "the monument of psychoanalysis must be traversed -- not bypassed -- like the fine thoroughfares of avery large city, across which we can play, dream, etc.: a fiction." oh, Irrigiray, I have been meaning to read her for years now. thank you for the recommendation. but now, to bed with me. it's one in the morning, I spent the evening watching bad, bad television with Emma's sister and I have to get up for work in the morning. I hope you're well, I hope you send off a letter this weekend that you probably shouldn't.
from raven72d :
And a heartfelt one, lovely girl.
from spindle :
Lacan was the thrill of trying to navigate his impossible voice. it was so frustrating, it took so much out of me, but it is so satisfying to be able to say that I've read one of his seminars all the way through. and yes, he's crazy, he's so crazy, but that was part of the thrill. what did you find sexist about him? (I think you should write to your crush. even if you regret everything that happens after it will still be worth that moment when it's left your hand and he's opening it up but hasn't read it yet and anything, absolutely anything could happen next.) (for what it's worth.)
from reductio :
oh greentealeaf, you are so right. but things can be beautiful when you are happy too.
from spindle :
it wasn't so much Lacan that I fell for but a really, really good professor I had who was a specialist in Lacan. so I read a lot of Lacan and I worry that it's really, really messed me up. but yes, Barthes is lovely. The Pleasure of the Text most of all. it is a short book, it feels like a playfully light book and there's so much in it. I go on, I still get too excited about Barthes. I've waded a few dozen entries back in your diary, you're lovely too. I'm pleased to meet you. (how did you find Barthes?)
from che :
i am just trying to teach myself to write a sonnet. i'm not too good at it yet, so thanks. your emails posted seem very real. if they aren't real, that's pretty good writing. if they are, then i hope you're x the jerk and not y the jerked.
from overtaken :
I'm glad you got up this morning *hugs*
from che :
i'm not very have-a-crush-on-able, i assure you. but thanks for making me blush. you're pretty easy to crush on, yr. self.
from onyxkiwi :
woah man i lovelovelove that book and have i mentioned youre an awesome writer? ♥
from central-red :
thank you thank you. there are many spaces in my heart for foxes and tea.
from explodingboy :
Kilts, love kilts, love the bay city roller (actually I’m taking things a little far there) but sporrans – a must for any gentleman’s wardrobe ;-) oh yeah!
from explodingboy :
probably for the same reason I am fond of the bagpipes ;-p
from raven72d :
A vur' complicated and convoluted e-mail ("Emil")...
from thole :
thank you! i too am excited beyond the bounds of grammar!
from raven72d :
It is a wonderful book...so is his "Night Flight" (Vol de Nuit)...
from orchidprint :
bob dylan's self-titled. i'm partial to his pre-electric days. he was so young and still incredbily confident. oh man, "talkin' new york", "highway 51", "pretty peggy-o" - all my favorites are on there. (p.s. i am sarah and it's nice to meet you.)
from che :
well i feeled honoured that you left me a note. and i'm glad you spell honoured with a 'u'. 5ish.
from longitude :
i love keeping leaves in books.
from orchidprint :
june on the west cost? i'm flattered. (again, one of my favorites.)
from raven72d :
I'm so entranced with your entries...
from overtaken :
You are magnificent: your rawness, like life. *hugs*
from f4sakndauter :
"i'm tired. this is impossible." beautiful words. incredible dream (I think I've had that one before).
from dominguez :
it's nice to drift away with dreams like this. i do it too.
from overtaken :
Thank you for the lovely conversation this morning. I did, finally get to sleep, only to be awoken by the garbage collectors a half an hour before my alarm was meant to go off. *sigh* *smile* Also, I ordered "Wild Surmise" from an Australian bookstore--it's been shipped via airmail. I'm very excited *grin* *hugs*
from reductio :
happy birthday dear.
from explodingboy :
Isn't that just super! Happy B'day Gtl!
from roister :
a very happy birthday to you d.
from overtaken :
Happy Birthday, dearest *hugs*
from dominguez :
your birthday? you should have said, i would have sent you a gift. i still can. happy birthday.
from onyxkiwi :
i love your writing
from roister :
my jealousy of your superlative linguistic dexterity knows no bounds. (and i always loved that mosque in in east lidcombe when i passed it on the train - not sure why that came to mind right now).
from thole :
oh, you're lovely.
from numbersix :
thank you for noticing that i was sad. thank for your hug. thank you. youre a good one.
from roister :
i'm all for this mutual jealousy society.
from dominguez :
of course you can, but only if i can be your girlfriend.
from thefictions :
no, no, no. a little too literal of an interpretation there, my dear. i actually am loving the book so far, and the title story is one of the best i have ever read.
from jonquill :
I don't know exactly how I feel about forever being assosiated with Dr. Frued, but still, kinda cool...
from roister :
my life plan - always leave everyone just a little unsatisfied.
from jonquill :
Note: I just took your survey. Afterwards, I started reading everyone elses answers. The closer to question I pleaded the fifth to...damn you for actually writing what I was thinking.
from roister :
i was wondering if that was a good thing or a bad thing (chocolate melting in your mouth or bile rising in your throat?) and then i decided it was a reaction, and a physical one at that, so it couldn't be pejorative either way.
from snow666white :
hey there...yeh i live near homebush and i go to tafe (nursing)...wow that entry was awesome! Did you write it? It was hysterically disorientating! Wonderful words rich in life, just beautiful -oh yes indeed, wise one!
from central-red :
thank you for the kind words. your layout is wonderful as well. and--i just found out by looking at a certain notes page that some of those notes have mysteriously disappeared. sad, that.
from songaday :
che=kirk, songaday=kirk+eb+sarah plus some other people. you can join in the songadaying, if you want. just e-mail me.
from che :
i dig you too.
from dominguez :
what happened??
from ladylazarous :
i loved the quote..and the picture. looks so blury,like an old daydream..
from roister :
no ben lee i'm afraid, i just liked it as a (perhaps cliched) metaphor for potential harm.
from explodingboy :
dear gee tea el - will do. eb*
from thefictions :
i love your background picture, all fuzzy and would love it if you would design one for a certain me.
from roister :
i really liked today's words.
from snow666white :
theres just something that i cannot detect, about the way/style you write...very well expressed with a twist of your own unique energies...brilliantly cosy entries :) oxo
from f4sakndauter :
that story.. it brought tears.
from cherrygash :
i like your layout, the pictures are beautiful. interesting words.
from reductio :
it is completely crazy. and i can't get the smell out of my clothes either. i have them soaking in my tub with 3 litres of vinegar since this morning.
from raven72d :
I love watching a lover's profile in changing-seasons light.
from jonquill :
Thanks for the kind words. It's nice knowing I'm not writing into a vacuum, and especially nice knowing the words are well recieved.
from explodingboy :
stuck in a universe of it's own (http://songaday.diaryland.com/040709_91.html) cheers -ebstar
from raven72d :
It's better to be a child of the '80s than the '60s...
from raven72d :
Darling-- not Arctic, *Antarctic*! It's all vur' "Arthur Gordon Pym", or H.P. Lovecraft... Far more desolate than the Arctic. [And in the Arctic, the Evil Esquimaux might help the prisoners escape!]
from thole :
the cafe i frequent doesn't offer lychee - perhaps i should search further afield? passion fruit is my favorite. even though i vaguely intend to try every flavor on the list, i keep coming back to passion fruit. (and it is good to be back! the field season was awesome altogether, but i was ready for it to be over, by the end.)
from raven72d :
I've wanted to live inside Blade Runner since first I ever saw the film... A sad image: the lover's hand just out of reach there on a grey evening...
from crateobscure :
Well, Blade Runner is obviously the superior movie, but Fight Club being ranked higher is probably due to the demographic who obsessively uses IMDB
from snow666white :
your welcome...cant wait till your next entry :)
from snow666white :
ok i read like 2 lines of your diary and now im off to add you..
from explodingboy :
Oh yes, tale! But it was at the tail of the entry ;-). eb*
from thefictions :
just saw your banner and i love it. you're designing me one.
from reductio :
i've got self-hate too.
from explodingboy :
ONE of the reasons that you are so totally cool is that you get it. many didn't. thanx for the note eb*
from reductio :
no i haven't heard. i'll look it up. thanks.
from thefictions :
everything is archived at wwwdotthefictionsdotdiarylanddotcom.
from raven72d :
I would like so utterly to be a stranger's face in which you saw something worth falling for...
from liquideyes :
Shame should not be rushing through your blood. And tears should not be cascading down your cheeks. Pride should be taken for such a score.
from explodingboy :
@ why some nights, good work gtl. -eb*
from greytanit :
I am updating...slowly. I emerge, perhaps like Inanna, from the nameless underworld, better than I was?
from overtaken :
You've created winter in my summer. In my sojourn from diaryland; I very much have missed your words. You are very beautiful, I'm certain.
from wateryone :
It's so strange, you're talking about the winter blues, but having just moved to Sydney : to me it feels like summer here.
from numbersix :
hello you....i hope you are well.
from darkstarliar :
i like the new design kiddo. and you should check out mono (specifically their newest cd "one more step and you die"). they sound like the kid brother of mogwai. hope all is well.
from ickypop :
grrr! passwords are for secret agents. i now miss what i can remember that i had once read. a sip of denial.
from liquideyes :
I'm heard of, but have yet to fully listen to a song. You like?
from avantbedroc :
missing you
from darkstarliar :
i did, and she said no. sort of.
from liquideyes :
.. and more people should read your words ..
from avantbedroc :
looks like the jellies belong to you now.
from nonamecat :
i like your diary/words and taste in music/movies (breakfast at tiffanys-!). i also like the /.
from explodingboy :
re: forget me later (http://www.wfmu.org/cgi-bin/sotd.au?FMT=30628.au) - eb
from avantbedroc :
your my little creative pineapple sandwich. but we didnt share that sandwich.
from explodingboy :
terrific album - thanx for the recommendation -eb*
from explodingboy :
(http://explodingboy.diaryland.com/satellite20.html) -eb*
from avantbedroc :
this weather. sections of my brain are frozen.
from avantbedroc :
what is with the jellies? they were not cool!!!
from thole :
in the wintertime, i always rediscover an affinity for the tindersticks. (there aren't any words for the sunsets off montauk.)
from raven72d :
Murakami and "Paris, Texas" are both favorites for me... And I'd love to discuss things and occasionally argue. So do feel free to stay in touch. And thanks for the kind words.
from raven72d :
You are a fine writer...thoughtful and intelligent. We might disagree on politics-- but I do admire your writing.
from thole :
you know, i think i might be kind of fond of you.
from paris27 :
The winds of time sometimes blow east of the sun, and west of the horizon, and find themselves in the middle of afternoons caught in the storm, while lovers stare out a familiar window, and dream of the northern stars, and the southern sky.
from avantbedroc :
Last night saw my eyes going to rest at a v late hour. I didnt dream of a bloody thing to tell you.
from explodingboy :
Oh yes I see Mr. Nebraska is appearing in the city of churches. Thank you so much for your note, far more delightful than my own poor missive. I am thrilled that you wish to gift possible adulations of creation of the afore mentioned word. It’s not that I don’t want the adulation, oh adulation is terrific - it’s just that in light of recent plagiaristic press of those in high office I must regrettably decline if only from fear of being exposed as a word snatcher - I mean yes, it is somewhat obscured by it’s surrounding text, but there it is documented in bold CAPTIAL letters in white on black and time stamped Sunday, May 09, 2004 @ 6:54 pm. …… (eb* checks his reference materials) oh dear you are well right, it’s BULGHA, not BULGH. Oh dear, oh dear how terribly Dr. Watson of me.
from explodingboy :
Now that is terribly funny. Not Mr. 1972 Rouse, i¡¦ll get to him later, but your missive first. And I believe that I am the presumptuous. Now as you know here at the eb diaries we take great delight in making text big and small and sometimes even red, or maybe even CAPITALS etc. to make a point or such. So back to this strange word. I really think you would better placed for a definition as you coined it, not I. ¡¥forget your life for a second¡¦ ;-). Now to the errant Mr. 1972. From his tour dates It seems it will again be ¡§All quiet on the Western Front¡¨ which is sad as he well sparkles. However I look to the stars and predict that your friend WILL attend, if only for Mr. Rouses track on, and the cover of , the Vanilla Sky Album, oh dear presumptions. ƒº Thanks for the note/s¡V eb*
from explodingboy :
yeah, BULGH.
from reductio :
no, i also don't see rightly because i've forgotten how to see with my heart. thank you for reminding me. i've been trying to relearn how, but you can't learn this one by imitating.
from avantbedroc :
i have the worst cold. im sneezing bloodish stuff!
from numbersix :
hello to you.
from darkstarliar :
i totally got you hooked on mogwai, girly girl.
from nebulous615 :
hey thanks for the note! I just saw it...must not have gotten that lovely "you have a note" email. :) The trip was pretty fun...all except for trying to get back into the States. Geeze. [grin]
from f4sakndauter :
*hugs* (I know it isn't good enough, but the thought is there)
from f4sakndauter :
fake.. and passionless.. if only I could prove you wrong.
from scarlet-kiss :
you quote belle and sebastian - i like you already. and you paint pictures in my head with your words. i hope you become another's favourite track again, too.
from markthehulk :
Hey there... I stumbled across your diary by chance. I am glad I did. I am really enjoying reading your diary. Take care... Mark :oP
from darkstarliar :
so send me photographs, and lie to me. thought i'd say hi.
from avantbedroc :
Saturday morning dates with your computer....what is her name again?
from avantbedroc :
"...........notes!"
from avantbedroc :
no, im not buying you a karaoke machine for your birthday
from avantbedroc :
lost in translation love affair
from jetlagdream :
All about Eve might be a drama series, but the one I'm referring to is the movie with Bette Davis. If you haven't seen it, you should--the writing's brilliant!
from darkstarliar :
OVERDRAMATIC.
from rishi :
Wow... I loved that story link, babe. Awesome stuff.
from avantbedroc :
my profile is now *acceptable
from thisisjohn :
I am doing okay. Keeping busy with work and stuff. What about you?
from sadgreeneye :
Hey D, what's up with the locked thing? I don't know if you want to just keep it private from now on, but, if not; you can send me an email at jpburney@netzero.net with a username/password. Oh, by the way, you know I was just kidding with the "none of your damn business" note, right? Anyway, I hope to hear from you. You were my first buddy on D-land; it'd be a bummer not to be able to read anymore. see ya. --Joshua
from reductio :
I was flattered, am flattered. (And now I can't read what you write.)
from retold :
I've sent you a name and password. I hope you get it!
from sadgreeneye :
None of your damn business! heh :) hmmmm....no....the jury's still out. --Joshua
from darkstarliar :
get "r u still in 2 it" by mogwai. it's god fucking brilliant.
from darkstarliar :
that's such a good song.
from avantbedroc :
i can not comment on the appearance of *David*.... He is def. not a sexual string bean.
from avantbedroc :
hellos, i like your diary layout and your content. please award with with a sticker for kissing ass cos that what this sounds like ;)
from darkstarliar :
is there any particular reason you were wondering about me?
from darkstarliar :
ahaha, it's a good movie char.
from trystero :
i heard round here today, in my sister's car. i thought about you briefly.
from greytanit :
Thank you. I hope to be writing more fully soon.
from darkstarliar :
no, you're lovely.
from explodingboy :
now what's with the billy joel lyrics? ;-) - I am, surprisingly, deeply well.
from explodingboy :
@ surreal - because you are working it.
from reductio :
And I loved A Fine Balance too.
from trystero :
*waves hello*
from numbersix :
(blush) thank you for your comment
from darkstarliar :
forgot to tell you i saw bright eyes sunday. it was ok.
from retold :
It seems we all get locked up sometimes. hope you're doing ok.
from darkstarliar :
hey, e-mail me about it dear.
from darkstarliar :
yeah scarlett has a great ass. i didn't like it that much the first time i saw it, but it's fucking amazing, as anything sofia copolla directs. if you haven't seen the virgin suicides, go see it now.
from darkstarliar :
back up kiddo. nice to know i've been missed. thinking of you.
from explodingboy :
Dear GTL, Today I received a reply from the somewhat balding Derek from Mabon.org who informed me that the new cd will be out soonish and directed me to a totally bizarre radio show about Wales. Which was tremendously funny in a totally bizarre way. How did you come across this totally obscure band?
from explodingboy :
Dear greentealeaf, thanks for your message, always nice to get one - and with music recommendations to boot. My power pop sensibilities seem to be waning with Celtic folk recommendations :-), such is the current use of tracks on the explodingboy diaries. Thanks muchly - I do believe that there is a definite opening in my collection in the bands that played the Cwlwn Celtaidd Festival, (that section currently being scant in volume) and decided on your intriguing recommendation to email the somewhat balding derek at mabon.org to get the gumph. Your blue souvenir now healed, I hope you are well and fine and thank you again for the recommendation eb*
from numbersix :
hugs to you...distance is so painful...i know.
from lannyismail :
Or you could say it in french "Pas ce soir, j ai la migraine".
from yahweh :
Wow, you're amazing... Believe me. I'm going to read all of it now.. take all the little pieces, relate and learn. Your words are amazing.
from darkstarliar :
not gone, just not around very much. love is being sent your way dear.
from screemingink :
you are so incredibly beautiful. i will surely come back to your diary and browse through when i am less strangled by the threads of time. xoxo, Miss Takes
from darkstarliar :
back at you dear.
from xscar-mex :
I really love you diary...I cant stop reading...I'm going to see if I can read it all tonight
from numbersix :
Sending you a hug
from sadgreeneye :
Hey D, "Full moon and sweet love" was bloody awesome! That's right, BLOODY awesome! One of your best. I'm glad you didn't leave... You're probably sleeping right now, so, have a good day tomorrow! --Joshua
from overtaken :
Thanks...I'd write more, but words, today, seem inadequate. Thanks, though *small smile*
from nebulous615 :
yes, it's locked. it'll be a little while before it's ready and i'm ready...let's just say it's for the best right now. thanks for understanding [grin] it was a difficult decision.
from thisisjohn :
pain makes us feel alone. but its the one thing that binds us all so much closer.
from sea-secret :
It reminds me of a song and a place I can't escape, but only half want to. I'm glad you didn't leave. <3
from goody2shoe :
I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your writing. Simple, but beautiful. Don't "say goodbye good" (which is a great song by the way.)
from numbersix :
may was nice...went by fast...ready for JuNe...i Love the jUne sUN.
from darkstarliar :
i wrote a line a while back, that being, "...i sure hope to burn out bright". i've always lied more than i told the truth (a horrible habbit i know), but i feel that darkstarliar encapsulates everything about me at this point in my life. i also drink a lot of tea, i'd happy to let you know :). but enough about me, tell me about yourself...
from trystero :
correct me if i'm wrong, but is the title of your page "under cold blue stars" taken from the josh rouse cd with the same title?
from sea-secret :
i just wanted to tell you that i loved reading your diary, you have a beautiful writing style. xo -jenna
from nebulous615 :
take heart...procrastination courses through the blood of any writer. i'm glad you don't forgo the poetry online for school work. your writing is evocative.
from trystero :
sorry to dissapoint, but i am not a part of a global conspiracy (or am I?). i actually mispelled it too, unfortunately since i didn't check before i registered. oh well. sorry for making you paranoid (or am I?)
from f4sakndauter :
I love the way you write. almost like. in perpetual poetry.

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