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from dangerspouse :
I'm guessing it's Bird Flu. (Don't they have dental insurance in Japan?)
from funky--dory :
Heya. A work colleague found my diary so I've moved >_< Hope you're doing good in Japan :) - Kati
from k1ttykat :
BBC adaptation is very good. Shame your expectations were so high for Jonathan Strange. I really enjoyed it although I'm not sure that while Caitie would put it in her top ten, that I would do the same.
from k1ttykat :
Reading this straight after watching one of the episodes of the BBC 'Pride and Predjudice' adaptation made me laugh. Sorry you weren't too keen - I'd been on a roll lately on recommendations. I just got two people at work hooked on DWJ.
from sweet-indigo :
So, not a great Austen fan, then? :)
from k1ttykat :
If I could scrape together the money, I so would! My old housemate is in Kyoto as well and it would be pretty sweet to visit again, sans family.
from k1ttykat :
Uhhh... I started off reading that entry thinking, "yay congratulations!" and finished off with it all blocked out for a moment at the thought that you might come and study over this way. But YAY! CONGRATULATIONS! anyway. Well done you :)
from k1ttykat :
Seriously, doesn't Balderdash with me everyday just tip the scale though?
from k1ttykat :
Thanks :) I'm very relieved!
from k1ttykat :
It was with my username and password. And you asked me about Potter. I remember thinking I'd replied but that isn't a guarentee of anything!
from k1ttykat :
I hope you sent the letter. And did I reply to your e-mail? I thought I did, but then I think I do a lot of things and it turns out I just thought ABOUT doing them...
from sweet-indigo :
Waah! Your diary's locked! I miss it :(
from k1ttykat :
Please send me access *bats eyelids*
from k1ttykat :
Yours is my favouritest journal to read. Did I ever tell you that?
from k1ttykat :
It is quite quite frustrating to feel like Bush is completely devaluing a horrible incident in its own right like he is. I don't know if he's really that stupid or self-centred or I don't know what. *sigh* Ice cream is good though - I've just been having comfort-lemon-sorbet :)
from k1ttykat :
I did actually go out for drinks when I found out I'd got the job, ended up getting a little drunk with these workmates of a friend who had their company card out with them and met this one guy who also got somewhat drunk, told me he was bi and that everyone we were out drinking with that night (all male) knew but very deliberately pretended not to. It was kind of an odd night.
from k1ttykat :
It is indeed permanent. Which is a bit scary in a way but nice to have stable money coming in. And your mum got her eyebrows tattooed?! My mum's eyebrows are incredibly sparse as well - she did that hair removal thing with the twisted piece of cotton when she was a teenager and like most teenagers was a little over-enthusiastic on the eyebrow plucking and they never grew back. I find it hard to imagine her with them tattooed in again.
from k1ttykat :
I was saddened by Howl's Moving Castle being not good. DWJ's brilliance should be demonstrated with amazing films!
from k1ttykat :
oops. I stretched your notes page >_<
from scotvalkyrie :
Thank you for your note! Don't worry, I won't bite your kneecaps off . . .
from k1ttykat :
I swear, we lead semi-parallel lives. I was thinking a similar thing about nail-varnish yesterday. Why oh why do I own bottles in shades of green and yellow? And was that test site you mentioned the other day OKCupid? Because they got me too >_<
from k1ttykat :
I've come to the conclusion that men are idiots. Occasionally very very pretty idiots, but that does not do enough to disguise their idiot-dom. And it's never the pretty ones doing the honking.
from k1ttykat :
Hehe! I have a similar reaction to driving, one of life's pedestrians for certain. I lost my purse a while back and just cannot be bothered to go through the hassle of paying out 16 for a new license when I haven't driven in two years and don't intend to any time soon. And parents plus driving instruction is most definitely an equation resulting in badness. I'd say good move to get external lessons.
from k1ttykat :
Really? And I thought I was up on all the latest gardening programs (my mother is obsessed). I'm trying to be proud of our quality exports but I'll withhold judgement until I've checked this guy out ;)
from k1ttykat :
You have cute boys on your home and garden TV shows?! Wow, the American dream really is fulfilled!
from k1ttykat :
Ooh, causing kidnapping scares - I was thinking I needed a new hobby. My guestbook's fine - not that anybody ever signs it, so it almost seems a waste to have it working properly!
from k1ttykat :
"Harvard University, 26 Oxford St., Cambridge" This makes me laugh :D And you make me want to go to a museum now and see how many people I can get involved in a brontosaurus conversation!
from k1ttykat :
I may just do that and thanks. My clumsiness knows no bounds.
from k1ttykat :
Oh My Word! I was about to write my own entry on guys in cars with the honking of horns! Although of course with me, when I say "about to write" that means think about it for a week without ever actually typing anything.
from k1ttykat :
And afterwards, can you fill in your blank one with whatever you want? Because that could be cool and fun and possibly illegal... If you do want to crash here, it's not an imposition or anything - either way, cards to play with the family is always good. Am very excited about friend - although have you ever seen that Friends episode where Rachel and Phoebe are saying "I'm 98% happy and 2% jealous.' "Maybe 80/20." I feel a little like that ;)
from k1ttykat :
Just to make me sound even more stalker-ish, you could stay with us! You know, if money was an issue. And our axe-murdering ways were not.
from k1ttykat :
Darn it! I was going to say it was an otter too! My second guess was pony. Congratulations on your A! I am most impressed indeed. If you're planning on studying teenage prostitution anywhere else (and I mean, who wouldn't?) Nottingham's rife with it. But then, recently Nottingham's rife with everything. If you ever go, ride an armoured car. And even more congratulations on being a graduand! (That freakish in between stage between finishing and graduating). Enjoy sleep :)
from k1ttykat :
Thank you :D I thought it was time I had a bit of colour in my diary. And I would love copies of the photos. Will e-mail you my address. Happy Uni Finishing! Your pins and needles entry made me laugh while I was agonising over our election :)
from k1ttykat :
I know. I'm rubbish >_< But I DID redesign so maybe that'll encourage me to update (and may I say, your new look is terribly pretty!) I intend to write updates almost every single day - but do I? Evidently not. *sigh*
from k1ttykat :
Ooh! I've been meaning to ask for MONTHS - I don't suppose it's at all possible to beg a copy of the photo you took of us when you came to our place, is it? A scan by e-mail or something would be very nifty. I WILL beg. *begs* See? Pretty please?
from k1ttykat :
I read Pirates! It is wonderful. I then proceeded to read it to Helen. Then when we went away with two friends to France this weekend, she read it aloud in the car. The pirates just kept cropping up in our conversation all the time we were there :D
from k1ttykat :
I try to tell my little brother a similar thing too. He also, is not that receptive. Sorry the Bahamas was boring but yay! for tans :) It was unbelievably sunny in Lodnon on Saturday, 20C (can't remember for the life of me what that is in F) - felt like summer.
from k1ttykat :
Only you can make me laugh about the evilness of being female when my period comes a week early. Good luck with uni!
from k1ttykat :
*hums the X-files tune* I can only be glad that on the day we met, you didn't think "I could see so much more stuff in London if I hadn't arranged to meet up with Kati". Unless of course you did - and in that case we can assume you're not the source of 'convenient' accidents.
from k1ttykat :
It was very very cool to see you in London. Still feel a tad guilty for luring you home under false pretences of going to the cinema and then plying you with gin and random board games. Uhh... sorry about that >_< Helen also apologises for never offering you a smoke while they were having one. She said it occurred to her afterwards that you might actually want one. Hope you enjoyed the rest of your London stay and if you do make it back here, would love to see you again!
from k1ttykat :
It's sunny and warm? What London are YOU in?!
from k1ttykat :
*hopes and prays*
from sweet-indigo :
London! Woohoo! Have a great time...
from k1ttykat :
Oh and also meant to say, love the new picture - and also the slight alteration to the top heading. Also your new little description thingy in your profile. And I get more incoherent by the minute. Bed for me I think.
from k1ttykat :
Thank you! I had a fantastic day of it. I'd be happy to do touristy things with you. I love both the British and Natural History museums and promised myself I'd go more (sort of a new year's resolution.) I always get lost in the British Museum. Actually, come to think of it I get lost everywhere. And I've just realised I was about to reply to your e-mail now too, which is a little silly so shall continue this there...
from k1ttykat :
I know what you mean about 'hobbies'. It's such an annoying word, conjuring up images of replica model kits and train enthusiasts. Uhh... but how do you -look- like the sort of person who knits?!
from k1ttykat :
YayYayYayYay! So when you coming and details and whatnot? Perhaps, maybe easier if you e-mail me. lady_sandrilene_fa_toren@hotmail.com
from k1ttykat :
I know what you mean about 'home'. Everytime I go back, there's something new and different. The place is very different since I moved out over four years ago and my brother nicked 'my' room. But oh my word! London! My home (there's that thing again)! I'm assuming you're not talking about Canada at this point. Come see me! Or maybe not if that seems too creepy... ummm... Well, if so - it would be very cool :) Cheap is tricky due to this being not only England with our painfully strong pound right now, but also London. I'm finding the increase in prices compared to the north a bit off-putting. Anyway, one of my personal favourites is Wagamama - a noodle bar type thing. (Hardly traditional English cuisine, but what is?) There are several of them in London. I have a load of money-off vouchers for the one in Haymarket though if you would like them posted to your hotel or whatever. Otherwise, you might want to browse here: http://www.london-eating.co.uk/occasions/budget.asp
from k1ttykat :
Sounds crazy and a potential addition to my Christmas list which includes ummm... one thing.
from k1ttykat :
You are so very very right. It does just shock me when people I knew as kids suddenly appear with kids of their own at the age of 22. But believe me, not something I'd be happy with myself. I think I'm just feeling limbo-ish right now, with waiting to move and find a 'proper' job. It'll come :)
from k1ttykat :
Thanks for the affirmation, there was me getting worried about over-reactionaryness. Or maybe being overly British ;)
from k1ttykat :
There is a simple equation I have learnt: vodka=evil. I'm gonna have to steal that survey and do it at work tomorrow :D
from k1ttykat :
That very much sucks *hug*
from k1ttykat :
This would be the World Series that only contains American teams, right? :p
from sweet-indigo :
Wine and cheese birthday party? I now know what to do for my 21st! Brilliant! Now I just need a theme...
from onthetown :
OK, I figured as much. I thought back to my college days and remembered waking up at lunchtime quite often :) But in my case, I have such a cereal addiction that I'd get up at 2pm and still have to have my Oreo Os! ...I'm doing La Cage Aux Folles. Do let me know if you're ever in the city - I'm a swing and and understudy, so I won't be on every single night, but I can let you know some dates if you're interested. What year are you in school by now? I'm very behind on my diaryland reading - just kind of got out of it for a while.
from onthetown :
Pasta and soup for breakfast? Please explain. Was it 3pm? Is this your normal AM fare?
from k1ttykat :
Wow, sounds very interesting, if as you say, maddening. I just finished my MA dissertation/thesis thing *dance of joy* I feel so good.
from k1ttykat :
And I made lots of typos in that one message too. *sigh*
from k1ttykat :
Nope... html tags do not work.
from k1ttykat :
Shoes are tricky entitites... entieities... things. I left my one and only comfortable pair of smart, heeled black shoes in Australia and such is my difficulty in finding shoes, that I had to get my friends to ship them back to me >_< <br><br> (I've not used the br tag before in notes so I'm hoping it works.) You were very sweet about me in the whole hoensty meme thing. It made me smile very much during this rather stressful time. There's just one thing... weren't we on opposing sides in the Smackdown? Techncially, not really working together ;)
from k1ttykat :
*bursts out laughing at letters* I may have just woken my family up. I would go off and try to find out who Aaron Piersol is, but I fear I will wind up back here. And despite not knowing you too well... hit me: Kati.
from k1ttykat :
No cheesy souvenirs from New York unfortunately - I did get leis from Hawaii though, and right now I'm in Sydney and bought keyrings for my friends. I'm VERY tempted to keep the kangaroo one for myself! Hope you're having fun even if you do feel old - it's good to read your stuff again; always did love your writing style.
from r51 :
I signed up just to leave you a message. Denise and I were just talking about you and we miss you. :(
from k1ttykat :
Heya. Sorry been absent for an awful long while, so not entirely sure when you sent the note! Don't worry about the whole book thing, in fact if you haven't already sent the money it's no big deal. I'm sure I'll manage. Hope you've been having a fantabulous time. Kati xx
from ivory-trees :
Oh, and in case you didn't know: Daddy reads this diary. Just thought you'd might like to know. *shrug*
from ivory-trees :
Do I really? I don't see it. Do you still want me to invite hunky boys to the Showa barbeque? I wish I could be in Taiwan with you. ;_;
from wateryone :
yay. Three Men in a Boat. I have just re-read To Say Nothing of the Dog, by Connie Willis, so I knew it was Three Men in a Boat by the sixth word. I can't be bothered moving the half meter to my bookcase (wearing headphones) but it sounds like a fun game. When I worked at the public library we used to play first sentence/last sentence with the Mills and Boons on the just returned fiction trolley. Ahh, those were the days.
from ivory-trees :
If you're so bored, then write long rambly e-mails to meeeeeee. My friend is going to Japan for six weeks this summer to be in an ice show thing at an amusement park, how cool is that? I think she's going to like, Mitsui or someplace that begins with F.
from k1ttykat :
Hey you. Sounds like you're having an interesting time. In a good way, not in a Chinese curse "May you live in interesting times" type way.
from raven72d :
You should flee to Sapporo. Exile on Hokkaido is always good for writing... And would it all be worse if the Dalai Lama were actively stirring up others to dislike you?
from ivory-trees :
OH, P.S. Do you think you could donate an itty bitty amount of webspace and host a blog for me? *puppy eyes* It's still snowing here.
from ivory-trees :
Oooh, Secret Admirer. Who is it? Is it someone yucky? Because you don't seem too impressed by him. XD It's snowing in Boston, how crazy is that?
from triphop :
Hi. I'm supposedly going to be spending some time at Kansai-Gaidai, though most likely you'll be long gone by then. I saw that you're from Vassar and I was wondering how the coursework compared. My university does not really compare to Vassar so I'm trying to gauge just how screwed I'd be academically or how much of a kick in the ass I'm going to need. I'm told Kansai is Ivy League-grade. Any help?
from k1ttykat :
It's Friday! Have a great time in Japan :)
from k1ttykat :
It is good to know I am not the only one who doesn't plunder their reading material for ways to make them sound more intelligent. I really need to get less brainy friends or enrol on a course where its members are not so well-read!
from k1ttykat :
Thank you :) I got a little obsessive about sorting it out >_<
from k1ttykat :
Sophie and Howl! (Tough Guide should be on its way :) ) I got The Sims and Quidditch World Cup for my birthday. I have gone from owning no computer games whatsoever to two! It's killing what precious freetime I had left. *Sighs*
from wateryone :
hee hee, bunnicular, the vampire bunny who sucks the juice out of vegetables. That takes me back...
from k1ttykat :
Damn - would help if I said who I was, no? Either that or I maintain an air of mystery about me, but I don't think I'm quite suave and cool enough for that. So: it's Kati (Sandrilene fa Toren) from DD!
from k1ttykat :
*waves* Have just discovered through 'Isn't It Jolly' that you have a Diaryland journal, while all my friends are trying to force me onto LJ >_< I love the cartoons, made me laugh greatly :D
from ivory-trees :
Yo. What webhost are you using? x_X
from ivory-trees :
Uh oh. You're pregnant. XD
from wrthlss :
Tell your mom that there is hardly any crime in Japan. You can go anywhere anytime and not be scared. Somebody might push you in the subway station but that's nothing personal, they're just in a hurry.
from ivory-trees :
YAAAAAY! Congrats! ::glomp:: And happy happy birthday as well. I would have said it yesterday, but I was busy as hell and didn't get a chance to get online.
from angryquail :
Happy birthday! I am talking to an old friend right now on AIM, and he just happens to be turning 21 today (yesterday) too.
from angryquail :
You left a lot of entries to catch up with, girl! I also love Susan Cooper! Obviously we are meant to be friends. I hope you survive your braless (nearly) break. Let's meet up when midterms are done.
from wrthlss :
In Japan they use toilet paper. Some of the toilets are Western ones but some are Asian style -- "squatty-potties." They don't have paper towels in the bathrooms. One time I just hung around and watched to see how this Japanese woman would dry her hands, or if she dried them at all. She got a little terry cloth washcloth out of her bag and dried her hands. I had seen these little washcloths for sale everywhere with cartoon characters on them and wondered why they were so into washcloths. Now I know.
from ivory-trees :
Inside joke between Ten/Jim and me. :) S/he used to be Cait Sith, then Jukurenko Jim, then left diaryland. I like your site, btw; SADS is indeed very hot. Ayumi is so gross and needs to die. And the Sox are delayed because of rain! ::cries::
from ivory-trees :
Dude. Is your site up, yet? Link me! Link me! And I'll tell everyone to link you! Janne da Arc is so, so pretty. And so, so TALENTED. <3
from angryquail :
Wow, I made the same "dude, you are lactose-intolerant, don't drink a bottle of chocolate milk for breakfast" mistake this morning! Except it wasn't even watered-down Yoo Hoo, it was real milk. Ugh.
from aznchickie :
i miss u =D when am i ever gonna see you again dear hsiu? at least send me some pretty pictures so i can see what you've been up to.. or scary ones.. cuz scary pictures are even cooler.. hahahaha i was reminiscing our physics days tonite.. fun times =D "fake IMs" on the stupid macs.. hahah ~ tiffie
from ivory-trees :
(I am the Patron of the Notes! \o/) The Red Sox lost twice in a row, in fact; that was their second loss after a 5-4 overtime killer. Sadness. The Pats lost to Washington last week... it is a sad time for Boston right now. :P
from ivory-trees :
You better show Jess as good a time as you possibly can, because she's honestly been bouncing off the walls with excitement about visiting. Whenever I have lunch with her, she runs up to me and asks me questions about you/Vassar/friends/etc. XD Also: TONIGHT IS THE FIRST GAME OF RED SOX VS. OAKLAND! *AND* the Yankees lost to the Twins yesterday, 3-1. Booyah!
from ivory-trees :
RED SOX ARE IN THE POST-SEASON SERIES! They clinched a spot in the wild-card race, so they're playing the A's for a chance at the Championships all next week. Aren't you proud of them? :)
from angryquail :
I went to the Mug the first time a week ago, and I'm a junior. Of course major drama flared up. But at least now I can say I've gone. My visiting friend from NYU even got groped by some dude. Job done.
from ivory-trees :
Silly girl; you didn't know they were in a movie together? o_o They filmed it in Taiwan, and came out late August/early September. XD Ooh, ooh-- as long as you're buying CD's from YesAsia, buy some for me too! XD It's much harder buying money orders right under Mum's nose. And get Energy's new CD. Mwah.
from angryquail :
Funny story: My glasses have been badly bent for a long time and I have never been able to fix them. Last night I was lying in my bed listening to Jeff Buckley in the dark, and I thought my glasses were on the floor, but then I realized I was lying on them. When I picked them up to put them on, the thought crossed through my mind that they seemed straight. And so they were. Oh, the restorative powers of Jeff Buckley.
from angryquail :
HOLY CRAP. That is so awful (about Bimbo-chan). Let me know who she is! Also, let's do lunch soon. It'll be fun.
from angryquail :
Great entry about a horrible day...kind of like mine. Are you looking forward to coming back to school?
from wrthlss :
Cary Grant died a long time ago.
from wateryone :
oh oh! I often worry that my eyeballs might pop up because they squish in odd ways when I rub them. Actually, I worry that they might explode, but popping is a definite possibility. I would *so* join the small eyeballs newsgroup.
from onthetown :
Hsiu - Don't worry - I don't think your problem is small eyeballs - I have much the same feeling sometimes, and I've been diagnosed with dry eyes. Get yourself some MoistureEyes drops, and you'll be fine!
from angryquail :
NICE LAYOUT! Maybe it isn't normal to congratulate oneself for not being jealous, but in that case it's healthier than most people!
from wrthlss :
Bippy came into existence on the TV show "Laugh-In." The writers liked to coin catch phrases and one of their catch phrases was "You can bet your sweet bippy." So a nonsense word in a catch phrase becomes a word. Sort of.
from onthetown :
Thanks for your note, Hsiu! I didn't think anyone was reading my diary, especially since I hadn't updated in so long. I will definitely try to keep up with my entries - I'll write one tonight when I get home (I get to go see Millie for free tonight!). - I really love to read your diary - I feel like I know you! And did you know that my cousin-in-law is a professor at Vassar? Maybe you've had him?
from angryquail :
P.S. THANKS for the compliment.
from angryquail :
Good luck to you too! I feel like I should say I hope everything works out with the Amodio paper, but I don't know why it wouldn't since you left a copy there...right.
from pales-megami :
The 20th! Yay! :D You can beat some bitch ass *and* come to our Pops concert and see me look silly in my prom dress! XD Update: Brian assures me he likes PoM, but just doesn't listen to them much. The gift is still good. ^_^
from ladygoodman :
yeah i didn't really know WHAT i was ordering actually. the menu wasn't in english except for the main flavours so i picked one (pineapple) and hoped for the best. that flavour sort of tasted like medicine. i didn't mean to insult your 'nation's trendy drink'. ;) the drink itself looks SO cute, i wish i liked it!
from pales-megami :
Oh-- and Daddy's in San Diego until Friday. Just thought you out to know.
from pales-megami :
XD Of course he will. Our brother is becoming quite the music man-- he's listening to all these obscure, Too-esque rock bands. They're pretty good, actually. My friend Angelina wants to marry him because he listens to all the music she loves, haha.
from pales-megami :
Actually, he doesn't like PoM that much; he only has one song by them on his Kazaa playlist, and he doesn't even listen to it. Oh well-- it's the thought that counts, right? ^^;
from angryquail :
Somehow I sent this to me instead of you: I was thinking I would just go to the picnic for dinner...if I can figure out where it is (I think Noyes Circle)...if I get enough work done I'll try to go to more but I know it probably will not happen...as always, I cry, "Next year!". Good luck to you too!
from angryquail :
AHHH! I just read your new entry and saw your quote! I LOVE the Dalemark Quartet! I need to read it again this summer, last time was in seventh grade, I believe. The End.
from angryquail :
This layout is much easier to read. Kudos to you! Are you going to Founder's Day? I meant to answer your weed question earlier but I forgot. I've only smoked once, I finally wanted to do it, and it wasn't as big of a deal as you would think. I didn't get stoned, apparently, but I did get affected...it was like when you are so tired you can't function, like being underwater. I can't go to Founder's Day because I have too much work...HEY, just like last year. Eh, there's always next year...at least two more times.
from beagle47 :
somewhere between your 4/26 entry and The Princess Bride lies my joy at having been added to your favorites list. thank you. peace. (and i really mean that).
from laura-diane :
thank you for your concern, honey. my roommate is in the process of moving out right this moment.
from wateryone :
errm, the 1827 Septimus Prowett edition. (I don't know that off by heart, I looked it up). It has these grand architectural monuments and bridges in the background of every single picture because John Martin used to be a civil engineer. I wrote a tragic diary entry about the whole thing once.. it really was simply tragic.
from wateryone :
tee hee.. my great great great great great great great *gasp* Grandfather illustrated Paradise Lost.
from angryquail :
P.S. The financial aid office is closed today and won't open until Monday. Isn't it convenient to have the due date be tomorrow?
from angryquail :
I was on Stephanie's hall last year. I took intro sociology a while ago with Miringoff...she's wonderful. I just finally registered. If you want to chat on AIM anytime my name is in my profile.
from angryquail :
Thanks for the guestbook entry! I am feeling better since yesterday afternoon, and now I have to check my e-mail and get my PIN. You know me? Is it through Stephanie (red hair)? I would love to stop by some time...if I ever get my work done. What courses are you taking next semester?
from angryquail :
wateryone is my friend, and I love Connie Willis and Diana Wynne Jones...and go to Vassar! (I'm the first Poughkeepsian she refers to.)
from wateryone :
You have such a refreshing diary. I love your manga flapper girl, she's great. You're the second girl from Poughkeepsie I've encountered now. Hip hip. American college life is so intriguing.
from laura-diane :
she can, if i am "at harm to myself or others" -- but i'm not! i'm not harming anyone!! :(
from laura-diane :
thank you dear. i want to go find that girl and break her face in and steal her engagment ring, but alas, i will sit at home and mope.
from ladygoodman :
thank you for the flattery ; ) and i love ewan macgregor and colin firth too. mmmm. colin and ewan. mmmmm.
from laura-diane :
i didn't do it! i'm a wuss. i'm going to find out about my new job today, though, so after i do that, i'll have the courage (plus, i'll HAVE to) put in my two weeks. uh! i hate doing this! thanks for the support :)
from pales-megami :
XP What's wrong with it? Is it being mean to Macs? Sorry >_< I'll fix it as soon as I can
from ladygoodman :
i have never seen that movie - how does the tongue-on-the-pole work into a 'christmas story'!?

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