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from wench77 :
Hi, I miss you and your entries. Are you blogging elsewhere? Can you send me an email? Password protected? Can we at least read old entries? email me at inkspotsatvideotrondotca I hope you're fine and still with your guy. Hope school is fine, or over and you're having a good time...
from selfbiased :
locked? granted i may not be the habitual user, but one does require a fix now and then. un/pw? sent to self(dot)biased(partyat)gmail(dot)com(dot)
from raven72d :
I miss you.
from raven72d :
Are you still here?
from raven72d :
You're back... Well, then.
from sleepyzoe :
I don't even read and/or update anymore...I just happened to log in today for some insane reason (wenchie had to put down her st. bernard yesterday, and it made me feel nostalgic for d-land for some reason). At any rate...I logged in and saw you lit up, and just HAD to check. Congrats on the move, the engagement (?) and everything else. Did you graduate from grad school? Seems like you should have...but I'm so far behind. *hugs*
from raven72d :
I do miss your entries.
from raven72d :
Where are you these days?
from raven72d :
I wish you would re-appear!
from f-i-n :
I liked reading about the crusader myths
from rotted :
where are you?
from ravynespeaks :
Just want to wish you a very Happy New Year. May 2005 be your best year ever!
from amerla :
Well, I might have to read those notes a few more times to fully understand what's going on... but thanks for mentioning the stuff about my template. I was wondering if it was working for everyone, but no one said it wasn't until, so I'll get on that right away.
from josquin :
Yes, my entry was about a big horse race they have here. I don't think Australia’s old enough to have bred rednecks in the American style. The country is conservative as you would expect (with the exception of many people I know and hissandtell), but the population is very predominantly urban. The non-thinkers helped vote in our conservative Prime Minister again- he lies to them, they vote for him, while the thinkers (the Chattering Class, or Chardonnay Socialists) lament the fact. If Australia was the size of the US, our government would be a real danger (the Prime Minister's not dumb, but intelligent in a rottweiler, Freddy Kruger kind of way), but fortunately for my peace of mind, it isn’t, so no one gives a damn about us! - J
from asitwere :
Hey hottie. Love your last entry. Hope you're doing well!
from raven72d :
Since I despise leftistas and libertarians in equal measure, I could never vote for Nader or some trivial third party. I will vote for the only candidate with backbone enough to send out punitive expeditions against gibbering Foreigners and fanatical Natives.
from rotted :
thanks for the kind words... they are encouraging and i appreciate that. i expect to be judged quite harshly for what mistakes i've made but that's because i'm expecting the worst from people at this point instead of the best... i know it will get better...
from schmutzie :
Where oh where have you gone, JL? It has been THIRTY DAYS.
from amarnakemet :
I'm sorry your students are stupid :) You have to have hope though that if they're just freshmen that they will improve with time - or at least be weeded out by the end of their second year. My father (while not the authority on evolutionary phenomenon, but nonetheless an avid reader of science and social science) tells me that the gap between the intelligent and the not-quite-so-intelligent is increasing exponantially every generation, as the intelligent are marrying and reproducing more with each other and less with the not-so's for money or social arrangement. This is leading to a kind of mental have and have-not situation in this country, with the "kinda smart" people slowly being phased out. Now, speaking from the land of anthropology I can look at this from an evolutionary and genetic perspective, and either totally agree (if I'm a Stephen J. Gould follower) or declare this total bollocks. I'm ubiquitous. But if it's any consolation, if this phenomenon does exist, then by the time you're an old tenured professor, all your students should be quite smart indeed. And now for something completely different - I changed my template. I didn't end up using one by a designer - I ended up designing my own from a diaryland template - but your suggestions started me on the right track to learning the html, and how to use web hosts and upload and etc. So thank you.
from amarnakemet :
I read a few of your older entries, and I have to say, I too am pissed about the bad publicity that the Middle Ages have been suffering since the Renaissance. Being a history buff and an artist I'm enamoured of the Middle Ages, and it really does piss me off that some "historians" don't value the artistic, political, - and yes - technological contributions of the western world in the Middle Ages (not to mention that other areas of the world were in the flourescence of their civilization during this supposed "Dark Age" of Humanity.) And lets' entirely forget about one of the first AD feminist writers, Christine de Pisan, who lived and wrote during... um let's see, oh yeah... the Middle Ages. If it makes you feel any better, it's not just that time and place that gets maligned by misinfomed "academics" and "writers" - I am currently doing some work on Teotihuacan, Mexico, and by association therefore have been studying contact era Aztecs for a time. I recently attended a lecture at some posh and swanky Spanish diplomatic function filled with rich Republicans, and starring a bloated, pompous British "historian" who made the ancient, rich Manhattanites feel like aristocracy. He proceeded to lecture and discuss his book in which he gave the Spanish Conquistadors their laurels for their "easy" defeat over the poor, backwards Aztec EMPIRE, because of their superior European ways. He attributed this victory to the fact that the Aztecs didn't have any wheat. Seriously. He really did. There is no end to the ethnocentricity and temporal-centricity that permeates academia.
from amarnakemet :
um...thank you. I've never been compared to Parker Posey. And I would love to get a better template of course - I have a vision of a great and profound frame for my ramblings - something dark, esoteric, and beautiful (but just south of melodramatic, blood-coughing kindergoth) - something inspired, poetic, dripping with fantastic images from lost arcane texts *insert 17th century Cheapside theatre-actor dramatic stance here please...* - But alas... I have no money. I am a poor starving graduate student (that's extra starving - one up from regular college student.) Are there any free importable templates you might know of?
from wench77 :
Now THAT is interesting about yahweh and the other gods! thanks! And nice to see you around again!
from phatgrrl :
I unlocked my diary a few days ago, havent you had the password? Anyway, you'd be proud of my recent sexploits, now I've only had sex with ten men but 8 of them have been this year. Much different than staying with my first boyfriend for 7 years. I've really blossomed sexually. For dirrty details check out the link "sex in cemetary with psycho" on the right side column. Glad you're writing again.
from raven72d :
In theory, I'd love to see beautiful, young, tall, slender, lithe, leggy, slutty girls subjugated to my will...or at least nationalized. But it all just seems like so much effort...
from lovely-freak :
hey you... i think i'm suffering from withdrawl...
from raven72d :
What is your e-mail address these days?
from chinatea :
Another funny fact... ever notice how the government likes to perpetuate poverty? Go down to the social security/welfare office (it's easy to find because you just drive to the bad part of town and the big building across the street from "El Cheapo liquor outlet") ever talked to one of those people about how you get on welfare? The jist of it is you make filling out forms and collecting checks your occupation. It takes you all day to do this. You don't even get time to try and find a job. And God forbid you have a family! I think this government wants to keep us poor. But then again I also think we might not have gone to the moon. I am just your correspondent from the wrong side of the tracks reminding you that the government is the devil incarnate. On a lighter note you should turn off c-span for an hour once a week to check out last comic standing, I predict hi-larity! stay frosty... -China
from fridayfilms :
Just a quick note to say hi. What a fantastic rant! And you seem to inspire verbosity in all your noted readers. I'm going to take a closer look at you when I have more time. Ooh, lucky lucky you. (I kid)
from iambucket :
Definite add to my fav site after reading a few of your entries. Hell, I don't need to keep up on the news and CSPAN, I can filled in on your site! Great writing, great candor, and a great site.
from chinatea :
It is my belief that this lurking horror, by day known as the Democratic party, will never become a force of acceptable behavior. I don't understand how anyone who knows their US History (or Herstory) could ever want to take part in either political party, republican or democrat. The conservatives are too judgmental and the liberals are just too damn accepting. There is such a thing as too nice and I believe they have something up their sleeves. And regardless of what the democrats say about being "for the people" their clothes cost the same as the so-called "fat-cat conservatives". As a member of a new generation of voters I truly loathe the idea of an election being based on who the public hates the least. To be honest I am unable to muster the constitution to put up with either candidate. It also frightens me that much of Senator John Kerry's support comes from the second richest man in the WORLD! Yet Kerry claims to be for the working class, self-made men, etc... you know who also said that? Andrew Jackson and look how great that turned out for everyone. Day after day my mind keeps coming back to the fact that during Lincoln's term he had to fight with the democrats over the freedom of slaves. Abolitionism, at the time, was an ideal attributed to the radical right wing. Radical? what the fuck right? Democrats then claimed that freeing slaves would be too big a cut in the economy. We already know that the right wing lies, or at least that's what they tell us on t.v. but I feel the democrats are the new boogie man . Then again, a jewish girl growing up in the inner-city pre-disposed me to a feeling of betrayal from my government. Everyone talks about what a good president Clinton was, well where was Clinton when I was being targeted by the Klan for being Jewish and fired at by the gangs for being too damn white. All that minority shit doesn't do one rat's ass worth of good when you're a poor white girl growing up in a poor white family with a slimmer chance of bettering her situation because the government's beloved NAACP doesn't consider jews colored enough. So fuck the government and all it's "good works" what's one less white girl to a country making slaves out of former slaves for having slaves they never had to begin with?
from euphoria21 :
I think I have to agree with you on the whole adopting a kid. I figured..hell, they're already there why not just try to make their lives a little bit better and at the same time make your life a bit easier too...no diaper changing, no 3 o'clock feedings, no 4 o'clock feedings, just the "good" parts...I think.
from pterals :
Regina is fucked. I think it's the water. Or maybe the air. No smog. Either way, I can't explain the preponderance of good journals in this yar city. Except that I know most of them and they all happen to be truly exceptional people. But then...we're stuck with why they're exceptional, which is full circle. Love your diary by the way, just getting into it now, reviewing some of the gems of entries and learning a little about you. It's wonderful to hear someone say exactly what they're feeling, very honest and open - without pandering to the masses or dumbing it down etc. And that's not at all meant as a back-handed compliment - it's just...it's great, that's all. I haven't yet come across a Columbus OH diary but I'll let you know my theory on the connection once I do. Until then...
from everoboto :
I've read the Aeneid too, which is why I thought the end of the movie was so funny when Paris gives Aeneas the sword of Troy so he can lead the people on. It was like, "Here, take this sword, you'll need it for the sequel!" Anyhow, thanks for the comment, and the longer, the better. \m/
from everoboto :
I just found you through a banner and noticed on your profile page that you like 7th Heaven. Now that's interesting, given the other things you're interested in. I'll admit, I got sucked in for one season many years ago. Anyhow, I look forward to checking out your diary. \m/
from raven72d :
Again, you miss the argument. "Rock star" is used as a marker for "high status male". An unattractive or mediocre female subject to the attention of a high-status figure should be grateful. Cynthia Heimel once wrote a spectacularly obtuse essay about how she was *shocked! shocked!* when, back in the 1970s, Roger Daltrey asked her for a blowjob during an interview. She was attractive 25 years ago, but not *that* attractive-- not attractive enough to be *shicked!*... Violation of lovely young slutgirls or potential slutgirls is a vur' hot scenario, since it involves sex, punishment, and the possibility in the fantasy scenario of the *potential* slutgirl awakening to her role as well-dressed, lithe fucktoy. As for old, unattractive, or unsuitable women-- quite honestly, their fates are irrelevant. Just as thei existence is irelevant. They're not part of any acceptable/worthwhile/correct fantasy scenario, and anyone who would waste time and energy violating a non-status female is himself too stupid for words. The type of male preferred by promiscuous girls is, again, both irrelevant and appalling. There is no excuse whatsoever for Other Males. And violation scenarios punish slutgirls for the cruel power of Choice that girls possess ("half the money and all the pussy" as the saying goes)and wield as a weapon of humiliation.
from raven72d :
You're missing the argument. Chaucer was a famous writer. Any medieval-ette should be grateful to have him do her-- much like it might be with, e.g., some rock star (I know the names of no male singers) today. And it's not that Ugly Women *can't* be raped-- it's that no one-- not even the absurd and disgusting Flemish --would *bother*.
from raven72d :
Given the appalling level of looks for medieval women, why would a medieval-ette not be *flattered* to have Chaucer do her?
from raven72d :
And having darkies serve drinks and watching nubile slutgirls is wrong...why? And wouldn't communes filled with slaves and "spiritual" women be a reason to *dislike* and *disdain* Christianity (when compared to the numina or to an organized, structured, highly dramatic Church)?
from wench77 :
hiya! Yeah, well, Mr kitty has been "fixed" since he's like 6 months old, way before he started pissing on things. Grrr. Nothing to be done there. It started when neighborhood cats came into the house in the summer and peed on a couple things. He of course had to piss on everything to say "MINE!". And it hasn't stopped GRRRR. As for the porn. Yeah, you dislike it. I dislike the industry (and remember my sexaddict survey? the guy I was seeing jerked off like 5 hours a day to the internet and movies... but he wasn't even a paying consumer since he got his stuff second hand and used the same movie for years... if he didn't have the porn it wouldnt make much difference, he was just addicted to sex as a release... he was the one lying about safe sex to five girls at the same time)... but Ashcroft et all will use it like the Janet Jackson tit thing to put into place horrid laws. It is the horrid woman-hating shit that will get through, where the lesbigay stuff and safe sex stuff is the first to go "to save" people from "sickos". glll. I learned my lesson, being an anti-porn feminist in the 80's. You should order my first two "anti-porn fanatic" minicomics. I should've finished that storyline. Hmmm. Live and learn yup. Your enemies are not your friends when you dislike the same thing. hehe. tah!
from dayglocheese :
Yes. You are in my heart and buddy list.
from dayglocheese :
Hi. I saw your banner about Bush, so naturally I clicked on it. And I'm glad I did. Your diary is AMAZING, not just because I agree with you on women's rights issues and the like, but because....it just is. Just wanted to tell you that.
from wench77 :
Hiya! thanks for doing my gettinolder survey! (btw re bambi... I saw it again in cinema and it is scary and sad even for adults, let alone when you're 11!) Haha re grey at 31. Jeesh! Well, no other brilliant comments on your survey. intellestinct... (btw I second the problem with knees etc gettin older)
from themarassa :
Hyea, I have to agree, the Kurds are fan-friggin-tastic, even with the dead-goat-polo thing. Every culture is entitled to its quirks, I guess. Anyways, I started talking to Z. right before the beginning of the war, and I am so glad I did. He is a real sweetie. You know, I am trying to learn as much as I can (and wow, it was a learning experience when he started talking to me about the things his people-meaning both Iraqis and Kurds- have gone through)and I am glad you're interested too. I'll keep posting about him. :) In the meantime, you might want to check out www.krg.org. Interesting current events/history site about Kurdistan, and it has a bunch about Halabja in it.
from raven72d :
Actually, I like whores. A cash nexus I can understand. Why girls would like males at all when they could masturbate or do other young, lovely, stylish girls is beyond me. A girl who finds men *attractive* simply baffles and angers me. Cash, drugs, alcohol. *Those* things make sense as trade goods-- never "love".
from mrgrey :
Yes, that banner is rather popular, as it is my chest. Well, it was three years ago before I got the latest tattoo. Still waiting for the promised clix reward. ;)
from wench77 :
Thanks for doing my dimmemories survey! The cold war started your Russophilia? You are so unamerican!! hehe. Green or orange-only screens on computers? WTF?? OK, now you're fuckin with me: "I saw Bambi when it first came out" Here's a quote from Amazon: "Bambi, Walt Disney's 1942 animated classic"... hehe. you were minus 35 ! Hell, Oliver came out in 1968 (and I had a huge crush on the lead!... I was five!) Barbara Walters became the first female anchor in 1976, when I was already 13 and in grade 9. But yeah, yay for Barbara Walters!! Haha re the wringers.. yeah the 40's but my grandma had one. I remember my mom doing laundry on it. I used to like watching it slosh around. Autowindows scare the fuck out of me. What if you're stuck in a car and it's turned off and you roast? How about if you go into water and it is shorted out? At least mechanical windows you can turn open anytime! eek! Hehe re 26 feeling young all of a sudden. I used to feel so mature and old at 25 and then 30 and now I go "oh my god, I was such a BAYBEEE!!" Thanks again!
from raven72d :
Slutgirls (esp. 16-24) have a high Use Factor. A girl who's a Slut is by definition a girl who sleeps with *Anybody*, and I'm pretty much Anybody. So I despise monogamy (it's never done anything for *me*) and exalt tall, leggy, slender, wicked, panty-free girls in tiny skirts or ultra-low hiphuggers who want to have Older Men teach them Stylish Decadence and Depravity...
from raven72d :
Since I totally encourage promiscuity by lovely girls 15-32 and encourage such girls do dress for sex...I can't oppose "skankery".
from elysium1982 :
bilichildis the salacious...tell me my merovingian name doesnt rock...
from bare-my-soul :
if you go back to in your notes you will see that i was i was a fan of yours. anyway, i posted a reply to my site. not particularly eloquent. but it's the best i can do right now.
from elgan :
You really must have a discussion about sex with drgeek. Your entry on anal sex was posted concurrently with his complaint that he doesn't embrace his own sexuality openly enough. Quelle coincidence!
from raven72d :
Desmond Tutu... I suppose I can understand why he (as a Native) opposes bombing Natives and Foreignji, but I cannot take seriously a man named after a ballerina skirt. The revisedhistory.org site is *brilliant*! I wonder if they'll deal with my anti-Andamaner and anti-Manx theories... Now-- the 19th century had its dull and useless side (middle class respectability, socialism, Romanticism), but the world-empires were a great achievement. The Raj produced great novels, great stories, great poetry... Even the Froggos gave us Foreign Legion stories. The styles weren't as fun as the 18th century, but one did gradually get indoor plumbing.
from bare-my-soul :
thanks for the kind words in bitchfest. really made my day.
from mrgrey :
So, do I have to visit you, or are you going to come to Texas to fulfill your obligation? Yes, I clixed you several times. So, does that mean several blowjobs?? :D
from raven72d :
Belorussian slave girls are fine at first, but they do tend to get broad in the beam after 20. I'll stay with Annamese and Brasilian girls...
from raven72d :
Intelligence as a quality can make up for a lot (though not for libertarianism, social conservatism, leftism, multiculturalism, "difference" feminism, activism, a fondness for team sports, religion, egalitarianism, prudery, vegetarianism, or being-- if female --unattractive). Intelligence is the quality that allows sex to be properly ritualized and transformed into scenarios and playlets. It provides the ability to grasp irony, to have conversations about books, and to grasp the vile and loathsome nature of the Manx and the Andamaners.
from theascension :
You..have an excellant diary. Your smart, and I absoluetly love what you have to say! Kudos. Oh, and *throws down two pennies* I am too in support of gay marriage, what with the being gay and all...
from brandonman :
nice diary
from raven72d :
When sleeping with co-eds (whether my students or not), I always remembered to be more discreet than Peter Abelard.
from raven72d :
I've never taken anti-depressants. I'd be afraid of the erectile side effects (and taking pills that keep you from getting it up when the cause of depression is not getting laid seems...tactically silly)... But more to the point-- I'd never see a shrink or get on anti-depressants because I can't afford it and I *do not pay for health care* in any event. Government pays for health care. Employers pay for health care. I don't pay for health care. Call it a principle. I stiffed two hospitals back in the Year One, so I can't even go to the ER here-- but it was better than paying them a thousand bucks each.
from raven72d :
No needles? Hmmm... There's something vur', vur' sexual about watching a girl shoot up, especially if she caresses herself while doing it. But smoking heroin or doing lines of it...that can be chic, too. I've always liked girls who were a bit...doomed. And I do love the new layout image. Great visuals.
from lovely-freak :
thanks for the note... although, it makes me nervous that you have read even 2 entries of my journal. thanks for the vote of good luck with the kid. he's not so bad... he's pretty independent tho' so (in this particular case) i think he was just lying because he got busted not bringing homework home which is an ongoing problem.
from harvestbird :
You are so smart! You are so smart! S-M-R-T I mean, S-M-A-R-T! Consider yourself validated :-D
from mrgrey :
I'm not upset, but my affiliation as a reviewer for Slut Reviews isn't really common knowledge. Glad you approve of my link, though. What's up with that comment?? A few years ago, you'd have been lucky to beat me out the door! Again, a frightening similarity.
from ashtraygirl8 :
Sorry to waste your notes space here, but I made a few errors and I don't wanna look like a moron here :). I meant that I liked your survey, not "like," and if you haven't seen it yet, not "signed it yet." Goodness. Well, sorry again, but I've stayed up too late. Toodles!
from ashtraygirl8 :
Your welcome for taking your survey :D. I actually like it and found it worthwhile, imagine that :). Yeah, PETA blows and having that woman as a spokesperson makes absolutely no sense. But if you pay a celebrity enough and tell them enough lies to get hyped about something, they'll support just about anything. I believe in animal rights too and it sucks when people think you're automatically in league with PETA, so I feel you're pain. I found www.consumerfreedom.com a nice little informative anti-Peta site if you're interested and haven't already signed it. I even signed their petition :D. Well, love your diary, loved your survey, so keep on keepin on, hehe. And glad to hear about the no George W. Lovers, :). Toodles!
from balsam :
I clicked on one of your banners and have been lost in your archives since then. Thanks for making the time at work pass all the more quickly!
from raven72d :
Actually, I do care about the change from Saxon to Norman record-keeping. *That* sounds interesting. But pop culture is fun... It has scantily-clad lissome young nubile girls and toys worth buying.
from liusia :
Privet, JL, I'd still love a review, if you find the time. Been reading your diary ravenously, by the way. It's lovely.
from proudnerd :
NOTHING is better than Blok in the original :) A lot of my friends go to SoHa and 1020; I can't say I'm a big fan of the bars in this neighborhood. But I will be sure to say hello for you to the train and the station and Morningside Heights in general :) Living vicariously is, I find (but maybe that's because of a childhood spent reading and not much else) the best kind of living...
from shadow-box :
8yo's with an online diary? Wow. Anywho, I clicked on your banner. I don't get it. Bush is an idiot, the english language goes into his mouth to die....but the quote on the banner, is a simple quote. Not that I'm saying banners have to make sense, or even be funny, but still there should be a point, right? Please explain, I missed it, I'm a dork.
from worldgurl :
I am 8 years old, actually. And thanks for the advice, I think I WILL get a life. Oh, what would I do with out you. You are so smart, and have your facts straight, and are NOT fucking stupid. I'm going to go get a life now. Thanks!
from bare-my-soul :
hey there, trying to get a dozen or so nyc d-lander's together at SLATE next Thursday, FEbruary 5th. Please let me know if you can come. would love to meet you. best, rose
from bare-my-soul :
i am in love! i'll be back for more. rose
from mrgrey :
I'm glad you found my site, otherwise I wouldn't have decided to delve into yours. I have seen your banner on clix, but always passed it over. Hussyriffic? I guess that would make me an out and out slut then, as my tally is much higher. I found your answers simply delightful, and added you as a buddy just for that. And the fact that you also have destroyed furniture during your embrace.
from worldgurl :
must you be such a bitch to our gurl that is ranked higher than you on clix??? I mean really? Is that plain old fashioned immaturity or jealousy or are you really a black-hearted, raunchy, nasty bitch?
from raven72d :
I have no use for monogamy as a concept. Monogamy as a concept has never done a single good thing for me. It's only and ever been deployed as a weapon against me ("But I have a boyfriend"). There's really no excuse on the part of attractive girls for monogamy.
from gumphood :
Well, it's okay, but he's a fucken pain sometimes. We can NEVER decided where to eat, and he'll never me alone in the bathroom. And if you don't mind me being honest...the sex is rather ... raspy. That's all I'm saying...But I suppose we look good together.
from gumphood :
What if I am my own boyfriend....does that make me an execption, or an ugly dumb lump?
from rae-babe :
A friend of mine had her daughter run away and she might be in the New York area. Please take a look at the picture. It's right at the top of my page and it will only take a second. If you have seen her the contact information is below. Thank You for your help, Rae-babe
from raven72d :
Harold Bloom has, so they say, 90,000 volumes at the Yale office, New Haven home, Columbia office, NYC apt.... 90,000 volumes. That leaves me with an almost sexual envy.
from raven72d :
As much as I like Venice, I do abhor the Fourth Crusade. And though I like Turkic cultures, I favor Byzantium over the Seljuks.
from raven72d :
Ivan Karamazov? Good choice.
from fallblossom :
Cool layout. I'm new so...I don't know how to do cool layouts and such...how did you do them and if you didn't do your own layout, what site can I go to in order to do something similar? (mind you, I'm in college and will not be a gold member. I pay enough for college books) joywalker107@msn.com is my email. -fallblossom
from raven72d :
I never taught"Frankenstein"...but I did teach "The Last Man" once.
from wench77 :
hey thanks for the wacky sidestepping to vibrating duckies! yeah, what's with that?!! Although on Diva Midori's list there is a whole group of barbie junkies as well as My Little Kitty Vibrator junkies! :) As for that Ravenwhatever... what is with that "straightforward come on kills desire"?!! oh my! If I'm hot for someone, they can be as straightforward as they like and it will just take my breathe away! Brilliant memories of someone saying "I want to fuck you so badly" to me out loud on the up escalator at the Bay department store. My my my. Though I guess there are those whose bits don't work without fluffgirl eyebatting and comecatchme teasola. A little of everything is the best I say myself... and like you made a point of saying in your comments... it is when they use that eyebatting to get nonsexual favors that we want to de-eyelash them. yup. tah! off to read your entry now!!
from raven72d :
Katherine Hepburn was a hot babe in her early 20s-- cheekbones, legs, tallish. But the whole in-your-face thing kills sex. Seduction and flirtation are delights; the straightforward kills desire.
from insanelzr :
Hey Whats Up. I took your survey, sooo cool! Then I just HAD to read the profile. U sound JUST like me. Even cooler. We should e-mail. Later INSANELZR!!!!!!!
from velvet-heart :
Happy New Years love. May this new year bring you more happiness than your last and may you have a greater learning of more things to come. Much love, Huggles
from raven72d :
I want to see the severed heads of Noam Chomsky and Edward Said launchd fom mangonels... And remember: Death May Be Your Santa Claus! (A great phrase lifted from Mott the Hoople...)
from raven72d :
It doesn't count as "inhuman" to bomb the Andaman Islanders or the Manx, since they're vile creatures from outside our cosmos anyway.
from lady-dra :
i'm just reading random diaries and i liked yours :)
from indigo-love :
great layout. i'm all about the japanese art. :) i came here from a banner, by the way (in case you are wondering who this random person is). oh, and i signed the animal abuse petition. rock on!
from raven72d :
I of course approve of Colonialism & Cntrol, since punitive expeditions and crusades are the only way to keep Natives and Los Foreignji in line, to keep them from trying to overturn the bases of the wealthy, secular, libertine culture I'm fond of and/or aspire to. I hate living near where I went to high school. A PhD and a JD haven't enabled me to escape, and even the $6/hour trailer park scum feel like they have a place in society and can mock historians... I can't even find solace in Ecstasy and opium-- can't afford it, no high-school girls and art-school co-eds to be maneuvered into bed via drugs, no dreams worth having. You had sex on a couch in high school-- I envy you promiscuity, Ms. L. I really do. And in the Year Four, you'll have sex. I envy that as well.
from raven72d :
Cocktail parties are excellent rituals. One can show off one's Girlfriend Lifestyle Accessory Unit, drink free, eat free hors d'oeuvres, and pretend to be Art van de Lay.
from raven72d :
It's not just the gift, it's the idea that, whatever it was, *I didn't pay for it*. Anything where Someone Else Pays is a Good Thing. This is why I always loot the office supplies closet.
from raven72d :
You miss the Xmas point: *getting gifts*. And of course an excuse to go to parties with a Girlfriend Lifestyle Accessory Unit in a slinky backless cocktail dress. How can you not like a holiday which involves people feeling compelled to give you things?
from raven72d :
The average Oxbridge don in the 1920s-30s probably avoided thinking about Female Parts whenever possible.
from raven72d :
I remember reading Speculum in the journals room at Sterling long, long ago and wondering if people do make speculum/eidolon puns over sherry at Magdalen (they probably do)... But the vaginal implications of Speculum were...probably lost on M.M. Postan, back in the dim days of the founding...
from raven72d :
Am I the only person who thinks "Speculum" is just the wrong name for a journal if it plans to host a "Studying Medieval Women" conference?
from tcklyrpharsn :
too true. by the way, low-impact dancing means that you aren't allowed to lift your feet from the floor. It makes for some interesting variations. Cue the deer, indeed.
from brettin :
i love your banners. i don't have time to read now, but i'll be back. :)
from raven72d :
Remember-- it's not genocide if they weren't human to begin with...i.e., the Manx and the Andaman Islanders. Or the Esquimaux.
from raven72d :
Past a certain age, it's just not done to have male friends or cultivate male friendships. My views on this are shaped by George Costanza, my current life-mentor. Feel free to e-mail me, too...
from wench77 :
hehe, re your mac and cheese comment in Sleepyzoe's diary... I think you can go with mac and cheese, but in your case, just make a basket with a bag of raw macaroni, a package of cheese and a recipe... add a bow. Yeah... thoughtful and bypasses the cooking! And then if it is overdone.. it is THEIR fault ! :) it's all in knowing your limits hehe
from raven72d :
Revenge is always a duty. I hope I shall never be so poor inspirit as to forego vengeance. And humiliating an insolent native despot has a charm all its own.
from raven72d :
I managed to be Doctor raven72d... Well, twice, actually: Herr Doktor-Doktor, if you count the J.D. alongside the PhD. I never did actually become a junkie in my clubland days, but I always told art-school co-eds that I was a heroin-driven writer... It did persuade many a tall, slender all-in-black art-goth or fashion-decadence girl to have sex with me... So... "heroin chic" did work for me...as did telling girls all about fate and doom in lost cities and vanished empires...
from godmoney :
LOVE the Dec 9 entry! u go girl!
from ridinginabus :
i'm not sure how i stumbled upon your diary, but the first entry i read was from december ninth. (i learned quite a bit!) so i thought i should tell you that i really like your diary and i think you are so talented, somehow, just by reading what you have written.
from raven72d :
I always list the Hierarchy of Peoples for my students on day one-- from Leggy Supermodels and Japanese Pop Culture Icons at the vur' top, to [Educated, English-Speaking, Libertine, Secularist, North American Non-Canuckians] down to Foreigners, Natives, and finally the vile, non-human Manx, Andaman Islanders, and Esquimaux (all minions of Cthulhu). I make them take notes and explain what defines a Foreigner as opposed to a mere Native.
from raven72d :
Except for the Trilobite Bar and the Alchemy Museum, Prague is a cold, gritty, miserable city full of those pompous and self-righteous Czechs (I'm pro-Magyar and pro-Slovak and pro-Sudeten German, and anti-Czech all the way back to Masaryk).
from wench77 :
ps, why send me to Prague of all places?? I want to go to Iceland and Cuba. And new orleans to see graveyards! and the Yukon. But yeah, Iceland where they heat houses with surface volcanic lava. mmm. funky. Speaking of cities (yeah, Iceland and Cuba are not cities) we are waiting on the breakdown of medieval cities we chose to live in... ok??? when you are done fucking around for the weekend maybe.
from wench77 :
hehe, yes it does help... your note made me laugh, thanks! Just the idea of you actually sobbing and tearing your hair out over some guy instead of blithely dismissing him and rushing off to fuck your brains out with the next guy is an image to send me into peels of giggles. :) Enjoy your Clinton. Hope you get your paper done to have the whole weekend free to get your eyes screwed right out of your head. Enjoy!
from raven72d :
I've always liked Boswell; I was in a seminar of his once. He's a great loss to the field. I'm a little iffy about his book on same-sex marriages in the Balkans, but "Christianity, Homosexuality, and Social Tolerance" is a great book, and so is the book on oblation. Athens... of course, by choosing to be in a purely same-sex relationship, you lost points as a citizen, since you were failing in a duty to father legitimate citizens...and there was a social stigma to being the garage (as opposed to the truck) in a relationship with someone near your own age.
from velvet-heart :
Password is in my profile
from raven72d :
Black Death... one day I'll have to refresh my memory on its effect in North Africa and the Middle East in the mid-14th century... And try to recall why a large blotch of Hungary remained relatively free of the Plague... But-- weapons as sex toys? Ummm... well...girls seem to prefer a revolver to an automatic when used as a toy... Limited sample, but clear preference.
from raven72d :
Well, yes-- a diary that mentions Venice, Byzantium, and has a Heian layout. Why have I not found this before? You make trying to have a Day Job while still teaching History in the evenings (I'm Batman...) a bit more worthwhile. So-- drop by my diary sometime. Say things about Anna Komnena. Discuss historiography and rice wine. I will be reading your journal...so I hope you'll keep updating.
from wench77 :
hehe, i just did perceptionss Eric104 survey, and then read your replies and was amused that we said the same thing about sticking the tongue up the ass of the fat hairy dude, and also what would our sandcastle be of... :) (gee diaryland is boring on weekends! hoping you're having fun with your Clinton visit!)
from son-shade :
Y'know. I just re-found my "Foulcault's Pendulum" the other day and remembered that I didn't finish it. I almost did, in fact I blazed through the book in under a week and loved it, but with the end...oy vey. I stopped reading with about 15 pages left and true to my principles have never looked at the back fucking page to see how the whole GODDAMNED THING ends. I'm so fucking true to myself I'm hobbled.
from banefulvenus :
wow, great banner, better site!
from wench77 :
happy when vulnerable?? well, when I got dumped by a Top I played with (previous relationship), I couldnt play with anyone for nearly a year... and the first time I did was with a close friend, not a loverprospect or even a playdate prospect. mmm. And now I am avoiding ANYONE who will say "gee you're gorgeous, i like you" let alone pronounce the big L word. eek scary!! :) But yeah, maybe in some ways I had a secure childhood, so in SOME areas I am not defensive! ... hehehe (ashamed heheheing over here... I don't really know what a clix button is except that it is no longer flashing lips in my eyes!)... ok, i'll go and inform my ignorant self on that now... (by the way, i forwarded my entry to the ChaosX in question, and she wrote back "NICE?" you don't have anything better to say than "it was NICE"?.. !!!!
from arletterocks :
Hey! My birthday's the 26th! We're cool!
from son-shade :
Would Botox really have to be tampered with? I do believe clostridium botulinum is one of the most deadly microbes out there. We were along the same mindset, however and thought it would be technologically viable to produce a flu vaccination genetically altered to cary a latent Syphallis or Measles virus that would be passed on to future generations, not affecting anyone, per se, but sterelize every unborn foetus until the cure is found clutched in out rictus raw red hands. Seriously...what was the site you'd mentioned to me a while back?
from wench77 :
you goofball! of course it could be worse!! It WAS worse! LOL! How about the job I had running foot courrier with plastic bags in my running shoes in the slush in Dec for $1 an envelope... at least now I am broke INSIDE the house with dry feet!!. Though now if they seize the house, I have less to lose than before! Where will my doggy live????
from buddhawhoa :
omg, your diary is fu-ck-ing awesome. hit in the head with the sincerity of it all, all i can do is stare. wonder, awe, admiration, envy. money yo.
from son-shade :
Why Oh. (That's Wuey Tang for "yo", Yo). Say, you dropped me a couple addys the other day, but I've seemed to have lost them. They were to some anti-jesus site or NAMBLA site or somesuch. Anyhow, mind sending em to me again?
from son-shade :
Why Oh. (That's Wuey Tang for "yo", Yo). Say, you dropped me a couple addys the other day, but I've seemed to have lost them. They were to some anti-jesus site or NAMBLA site or somesuch. Anyhow, mind sending em to me again?
from wench77 :
I just wanted to tell you that those little "adoptable pet of the day" pictures every day just kill me. Aaagh! all those sweetie animals I cannot give a home to! It's like having a homeless cat waved in front of my face every day. pity pity pity on me! :(
from alethia :
Hey. I'm kind of sad right now because of a comment you wrote about the SCA in the http://meeyapede.diaryland.com/nerdho.html entry. I mean, I can totally see where you're coming from, but it still makes me sad because that's not really the image I try to emit as a single person. I spend a great deal of my time on my own researching the middle ages and rennaisance (more specifically Italy from about 1300 to about 1600) because I have a serious interest in the area and do my very best to reflect it over to my dealings within the SCA. One of these days I will enter Golden Swan, the competition dealing with research on women during the middle ages and surrounding time periods. But I guess you're right, in ways, because most SCAdians I know look upon RenFaires in the exact same fashion you look upon the SCA. But I'll still keep reading. Everyone's entitled to their own opinions, and you have yours, that's all. Peace out. :) ~Rosie (PS, I'm neither fat, just because I'm physically not, nor sweaty, because I've taken the time to research and create clothing that is both cool and historically correct. Though I can't claim it's the truth for all, some people actually do that. It's amazing, I know. ;) )
from wench77 :
Hey! Thanks for doing my weapons survey. There are devious reasons behind some of the seemingly ridiculous questions (ie is a knife a weapon or a tool)... as well as the choices (yes, why I wrote a cup of boiling oil instead of a gallon for instance) I will expound in detail in some future diary entry. But I dont want to influence readers' answers yet. (sneaky harhar with hands rubbing together)...Your bleach answer was brilliant. No one else has come up with that, and I admit I didnt think of it. I will now if it ever happens to me! Anyways, i am having big fun with the surveys thing. Who knew it was so simple to get people to cough up everything you didnt want to know! wow! (though several didnt fall for the "what bad habits do you have that you don't want people to know about"... drat! LOL!) bye for now.
from wench77 :
Hey, this weekend I finally looked at the guestbook scribbles at my hemsida website... thanks for visiting and thanks for signing! yay! I'm still thinking on the flocculant voice thing... My ex used to fall asleep on the phone. It is disconcerting when you have been speaking for a few half hours and realize they are sleeping! And then I started saying "are you still awake" everytime there was a silence late at night, and that was weird too. So finally I just learned "what the heck, she's like that", hang up and that was that. Mr. Clinton sounds like an understanding guy. By the way, what sort of guy is he?
from proudnerd :
Hi, I just accidentally discovered your diary (I was googling for "I love Kierkegaard," actually) and I love it. Your list of favorite writers renewed my hope in Long Conversations (tm) and the design is simply beautiful!
from his-holiness :
I've read your journal a few times over the last week and I just wanted to let you know I think it's one of the more articulate, well written and intelligent things happening on this service. A story for you though, regarding raisins on Halowe'en. When I was a kid we used to trick-or-treat in my grandparents neighborhood. We being myself, my cousins, and two boys my age from the same block. There was this one cat, Pete, who lives two doors down from my grandparents who always gave out raisins. All the other kids would immediately scream, "Ewww, raisins, gross." And I would reply, "Well give them to me, I love raisins." After a couple of years of this, Pete started taking me aside after the other kids had walked off and giving me posters and comic-books. Is there a moral? Probably not, but an opportunity for an anecdote is good enough for me-D
from velvet-heart :
Hello there Miss :) I have once again emerged from my imsomniac shadow to leave you a note.. in reference to your review site.. how many entries do you need to request for a review? I would have left a gbook message but I'm just lazy heh.. if you could reply I'd be most flattered. Thank you for your time Ms. Lovejoy. Have a wonderfully pleasant day.
from velvet-heart :
Mhmmm and wow!!
from wench77 :
"5)Btw, have I mentioned that you're my absolutely favorite new dland pal? Go Wenchy!"gollygeeblushblush! sigh of relief... I kind of feel like, by being myself, i flood people's notes and comments, so that was nice to hear. Yeah, should get back to NYC! StLouis... dunno... I wanna hit Cuba before the American tourists get there, New Orleans, got a great invite to Seattle, so StLouis will follow!... I guess Word is an idea, but usually i already have Netscape (for my emails), IE(to write my entry... it's faster),and Photoshop (scanning and changing images) open while I make my entries... with my gummed up full computer memory, i'd probably crash with Word open too!! LOL!
from wench77 :
hey, the notes thing is understandably annoying... but unless i upgrade to SuperGold or whatnot. ..maybe click "email me" rather than logging into my notes. (also the "leave a comment" on the bottom of my entries should go directly to a note box, not to the profile or notes page). I'm curious about why you think my take on nyc is wrong... hey, I was there on Nov1, 2001, and it was just weird, rather predicably. But economically, lots of good stores closed, the mayor talking about chopping essential services this year (that's it, cut the budget to the heroes... nyc firemen and policemen! eek! while the country spends billions to police Iraq. nuts, but dont get me started.), etc. As for flags, Americans are way way enamored of their flag in a way Canadians just go blank at. I absolutely cannot imagine that any disaster would inspire us to put more than 5 flags on each and every policecar. but you don't think it is a cool city and kind of like a grungy all-english version of Mtl?? (last remark...yes, the sarcasm comes through, but the questions were totally valid! LOL!
from wench77 :
um, yes, about the snake... it is a python... which is why i found the pic... looking to draw a python. And python's just constrict you til you croak before swallowing. Hell, they dont want to swallow something THAT big that WIGGLES!!! :)
from wench77 :
oh my! i must send you an award or something!! Someone has FINALLY commented on the actual content of my diary! wowowowowow!! ( well actually neurotic-one did comment the first week)... but people only seem to reply to notes i leave them, never actually on anything i've written! yay! Hmm, well it is possible the guy was just DEAD, and at that point i guess you take a photo before you shoot the snake, or remove the body for the coroner or whatever. I think the snake only starts to swallow once you've totally stopped breathing. By the way, in order for me to procrastinate in a manner that engages my brain, I need you to update more often, eh!! Hey, i liked the head pat! :) anyhowz... totally read your Harlem entry last night and liked the whole site about African American women and their hats in church... very cool.
from stale-mem :
Hello, I found you diary by clicking on your banner, and I'd have to say this is pretty interesting. Do you always talk about history? I have a good intrest in the subject, and always love learning more. By the way, regarding you medieval poll, I'd either be a peasant, or perhaps an artisan/ guild member. Most likely a peasant though. Oh wells, later.
from son-shade :
I looked at that "rat" image Jim-Bob left ya. He's full of shit. I disect images for a living and know a thing or two that this arsehole obviously DOESN'T. It's a retouched image. The lighting and saturations of the rat and background to foreground is entirely wrong. You pump up the contrast and density and the rat glows. Means it wasn't taken with the same camera at the same time. The light on the "rat" is from it's upper 2 o'clock and on the ground it's from the rat's 11 o'clock. The side to the camera should be shaded, not lit. One more thing...it's not a rat. It's a big fucking rodent, but I forget it's name. Next to the rat fucker who learned what a cloning tool and layer masks were, bad boys are the Grand-daddy's of the rodent world. Take this and do with it what you will, child. Knowledge is power.
from kate1211 :
Bitch magazine is awesome, second only yo making out under a streetlight. Orange tea with mint will help a hangover.... Kate
from allieboyce :
Thank you for trying to smarten people up, if we arent animals,what are we!?!?!? And have a nice day Allie
from koningsvrou :
Meeyapede E-mail for you giving details about Bernard of Clairvaux and the Cyrillic fonts you are after. Good luck
from wench77 :
Hey, just read on the Big Apple page your little blurb about no one signing up for updates and how that makes you feel... i have the same fucking feeling with my update request button on my website... "nobody wants to know... bwahhhh"... but as for your diary, hey, when you update and we've put you on our buddy list, it flashes RED as soon as we log in! So we are checkin in there, we are checkin in there! comin runnin like the dinner gong was bonging on! Dont stressit, love your stuff.
from son-shade :
"Old man. And I'm NOT old, I'm thugh-ey seven." He, she, what's the fucking difference, right? In my own defence you write like you have attack testicles and I do a lot of the webpage shit VERY fucking high. Or drunk. But usually high.
from arletterocks :
Bitch Magazine rocks. I rock, too. As do you. What say we go disassemble us some patriarchy and beat some people up?
from son-shade :
Nero didn't hold the match, I'll give that to the historian. But he DID build a fucking castle on the smouldering embers. Bush din't fly the fucking planes, but he sure as hell is trying his best to build a new, SAFER America, on the memories of the victims. Anyway ya slices it, dead dog-fucking evil. EEEEEEE-VILE!
from wench77 :
omigod! loved your diary entry (11 simple rules)... wow. yay, non, YAY!! LOL! It was my first read. I'll be back for more.
from son-shade :
Up until a few weeks ago I was one hell-bent motherfucker going off on unexpecting humans as they went about their day-to-day's in their blind and self-centred ignorance. I was pissing in the wind. I know (and knew) there are more people like this - a few are personal friends - but it's validating to see someone else's boot print on the forehead of society. The US and Rome? There's a good analogy, wonder if that would make Bush, Nero? Speaking of Nero, didn't he burn Rome nearly to the ground in order to make room for his version? I believe he did. I wonder if Bush can get away with it?
from selfbiased :
i like the layout... reading your entry i had to laugh. i've always been chided by my stepfather for living in the moment, but really, what else do we have?
from salamaki :
Hey, this was my first time reading your diary and I was pleasantly surprised. Good stuff! I hate happy, preppy people who lead happy, preppy lives. My diary is basically one XL dirge so I can relate. Keep doing whatever it is you're doing cause its working! Men acquire a particular quality constantly acting a particular way. ~Aristotle
from shmagadoo :
If you're talking about what I THINK you are, it's Jimmy Joe Joe SHABADOO... I picked shmagadoo, 'cause that's what I thought it was. Then I saw the episode, and it wasn't... it was shabadoo. Oh well. But I do like the simpsons, although the new episodes haven't been up to the old standards. Cheers! And by the by, your diary rocks. :)
from k-dare42 :
Hehehe, the latest entry was a gem! Especially the part about "maybe she just doesn't want to fuck YOU." And take comfort, I'm as desperate as you, as it's been more than THREE MONTHS for me! Thanks for saying a lot of stuff that other people are afraid to say.
from ergoatlas :
You never know when I might be in a city near you. I will promise to give fair warning.
from phatgrrl :
http://www.rus-tours.com/vodka.html Hell yeah!
from rainbow888 :
Hey baby. You're last entry really struck a chord. None of the 9/11 events effected my every day life in anyway, yet it effected my life in so many ways. Good luck to you, girl. Love, *Rianna* xxx
from lobsterchick :
Hi, I just thought you might want to read my 9/11 entry. I read yours, and was moved by it. Mine will inevitably get a lot more hate mail.
from k-dare42 :
Thank you for protesting that guy who killed the rats! I first read your entry complaining about the responces, and I was a little surprised at how angry you were, but then I read his entry, and your responce, and I'm behind you 100%. Thank you for caring about other living creatures.
from lobsterchick :
Ha! Thanks for the note about my site. I've been getting all sorts of grief for the pastels. But I'm not 14, and don't have an obsession with Avril Lavigne, so I feel it's okay for me.
from blaiyze :
Yes. History was very fun. I enjoyed living through most of it.
from sylphanie :
Yeah, actually I did. Anyone who rants about the evils of the Tarsus Twit is a-1 in my book. You are my hero for the rest of the night.
from mnvnjnsn :
Thanks for the kind comment on the Krispy Kremes. I don't usually alliterate a lot, but whatever. Glad you liked the diary and the banner.
from laboheme532 :
you are one of my personal favorites on Diaryland and your sermons are always appreciated by me... In the hierarchy of Diaryland, you'd definitely be in the top tier. Don't start becoming one of those vapid d*landistas who write about sex, sex, and wait, oh yeah, more sex!
from spacebabe :
Thanks for the comment - have you been watching threesome???? LOL
from with-a-k :
I read your entry about the DEA officer :o) We share similar experiences. I'm five years younger than you and think I'm in love with a 50 year old. The whole world has been looking down on me through an eye piece of a microscope since my announcement of this... yet just like you, I have no shame. More power to you! -k
from gumphood :
we meet again....
from shamsi9 :
sheesh! you wrote all that today? i love white people who don't think they're gonna save us. i'm not trying to save you either. happy hundredth.
from girlwcurls :
hey, just wanted to let you know that i was here, and enjoyed the stay :-) i know what you mean about long island - i live there. i'm just waiting to leave...
from heyjuderevu :
I'm kicking it on the reviewer arena at Hey Jude Reviews and wanted to invite you to be reviewed! - Love Christy [brdwaybebe]
from phatgrrl :
why do men cheat?
from poppyfish :
Yeah, I know, it's true: the kinds of boys who only look at me when my paleness is slowly going beige aren't the kinds of boys I'd want to be anywhere near me, really. And yeah, paleness does rock. Even though I'm killing mine slowly, I kinda miss it.
from poppyfish :
Thank you for that review ... I'm extremely flattered! Yes, if I say anything else, I'll sound gushy and overdone. ;) But thanks again.
from cream :
woo hoo! thanx hun!
from poppyfish :
I'd love to be in New York, and for more reasons than just the lack of drivers!
from scott09 :
Like your politics. If you really want to know more read "Me Against My Brother" by Scott Peterson (no releation) - it's graphic, and covers Sudan, Somalia, and Rwanda. As for Bush we've been praying he'ld go away, but sending him to Washington seems to have been the wrong answer. I live in Texas.
from manchmal :
hey. who is eric anthony? bobby burgess? it's perceptions who everyone reads. errr...I don't understand. :O)
from kindaizzued :
Heya!...in the process of changing my temp, things my mess up. Its quite frustrating...
from suckaskitty :
OOH OOH! I'll take the quiz! Can I just make some crazy shit up if I don't know all the answers?
from katehackett :
Hm. My boyfriend goes there, that's all :O)
from katehackett :
! That image, that's from conncoll....*blink?* Did you, perchance, go there....or just stumble on the image?
from manchmal :
I just tried, three times, to sing that dadumm deeda dumm dumm thing. I think I got it down. Hey, you need to make the reviewed chumps link back to you somehow, no? Or maybe not. Maybe clandestine is better. This all sounds very fun.
from our-views :
Your Our-Views review is complete.
from seekingme :
Congratulations! I am very happy for you.
from kindaizzued :
YAAAAAAAY!*does a happy/cool dance for you*
from buenacabra :
Whoa CALL CNN! Did your profile say you LIKE JOHNNY CASH?!? You mean I'm NOT the only one? I hear he put out some songs covering NIN and Depeche Mode... or however the hell you spell that bands name... it's rumored he also did a Danzig cover which just breaks my brain... have you heard them?
from laboheme532 :
the matrix influenced him?! (and you think the ny post is bad? try to boston globe... so awful) what has the world come to... and bravo on the new job and health insurance, only not about the sunburn. ouch...
from phatgrrl :
do you ever chat online? hit me up sometime if you want. aim= ataraxiandrift msn= nirvangel yahoo= phatgrrlcomx though I hardly have yahoo on.
from straysparrow :
Congrats on not one school... but 2! And money! And health insurance! (thought being Canadian I have less understanding of what its like to live without any). Moving is crazy though... I'm in the middle of packing up my life in Montreal and heading out to the West Coast (for school! and money! ...but no insurance). Anyway I just wanted to say congrats and good luck! Sparrow
from kindaizzued :
I definatly agree about the whole big brand name stuff... its way overpriced for shitty clothes. I've never seen such hidious stuff. Fourtunatly I live in the South. If you want big brands and big bucks, live in Dallas. Thank God for good ol'e southern hospitality...and I normally complain about it... Jessica
from laboheme532 :
uggh.. i COMPLETELY agree with you about the shops like Prada and Saks etc. etc. etc. the amount of $$$ spoiled, annoying bimbos pay for a pair of shoes is equal to the amount of money you could use to feed someone who is starving for a year. if all your entries are like this one, you can bet i'll be back... and i will try to comment on your entries too!! :D
from darkfairy13 :
Well I like your diary, and please go ahead tell me how much I suck :-) :-p
from tincan815 :
On the Uncle Bob thing: if it makes you feel any better, I don't even read anymore. I'm not sure why he's still on my buddy list to be honest. Eh. Laziness and hope that someday I might want to read him again.
from candora :
an orally fixated parenthetic elipsis lover?... now if you only listed irreverence, I'd be asking - where's my uniform?
from xoexoh :
im pretty sure one of our members accidently joined your ring under our name. sorry for the dilemma</3
from lady-muck :
I'm going to e-mail you the password to my other diary - cream.
from lady-muck :
Yeah I know that you do sign! One of the few ppl, in fact I'm thinking about abandoning this nick and using my locked one only - you'll get in though. I just need to decide. I'm too busy to think about it at the moment!!
from ravynemyst :
JL...try something like "You Lied and the Whole World Knows It!" hee hee
from thefluffykat :
Jesus... Speciesists are so damn annoying. I'm glad you talked about it in your diary. That guy that wrote that entry reminds me of every guy that goes to my school. *cough cough, brainless animal abusers*
from justamerican :
Thank You. I will post that article on the justamerican site.
from pumpkinfish :
i was definitely not planning on it. ; )
from phatgrrl :
thanks for joining my window licker ring. Have you been to my diary? We have a lot in common.
from thefluffykat :
Er... according to the quiz, I am a political dissident. I guess that sounds about right.
from lady-muck :
Yeah you could stay here... if u don't mind camping on the floor!! :-/ No spare room! And it sure will be weird when I have to go and collect a human-sized & shaped manila envelope! :)
from tinywings :
I took your Russian test and looks like I'm an Old Babushka too ;-)
from lady-muck :
Even it is considered a time-waster... procrastination is not always a bad thing! Well u can convince yourself of that somehow! It's already weird reading entries of like 2 years ago and realsiing how much I've changed le alone if my grandchildren had to read them in 50 years! I might be condemned! *grin*
from punkymunky41 :
I give your diary the highest rating yet..9.5/10 funky munkys! Generous like a taco salad.Beany!
from indie-snob :
Hello there! I just saw a Beck show the other night, and just added a review for it. check it out, I have a bunch of other reviews here, too. thanks!
from lady-muck :
I like your list... might not agree with all of them but hey, the world would be a boring place if we all agreed! But I definitely agree on the tax on tampons thing... that's so unfair!! It's not like we have a choice about using them!
from straysparrow :
Hey there! The cat on the pic is Millie (there's an entry about her somewhere). Sadly she is being left behind in Montreal for a while when I move to Vancouver, BC in the fall because my roomate is allergic to cats! I will get her out there with me eventually though! I am studying cell biology, but switching to botany when I go to BC. Oh and thanks for the note!
from tinywings :
JTHM means Johnny the Homicidal Maniac. It's a gothic comic strip, with rather dark humour... But it rocks! Maybe you'd like it, I don't know what you like to read.
from benkenobigal :
Thanks for the kind note about my animal banner! :) To be honest, I made it using pictures of animal friends I know. I put it in PowerPoint, then added the words. I chose all pictures and words, grouped them, then put it in Photoshop. Then it was just a case of making it the right size. :) The animals in the banner are (from the left) MK (my first kitty), Abby (a friend's pug), Jeepers (one of my kitties now, Odie (my best friend's Great Pyranese), Jinkies (and his favourite bear), Tuck (my friend's Golden) and Monday (same friend's horse)! Too much sharing? I hope not!
from diary-viewer :
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from courtnellie :
Thanks for leaving a note! I kinda don't have a lot. yes Irish guys are the best. I liked the survey, and your diary is cool too. the train sucks. Courtie
from gumphood :
I also freeze at the idea of writing to you, due to my horrible grammer. I think I found three mistakes in my last entry. You're Welcome two.
from tiki-reviews :
HI and thank you for your interest in reviewing. Reviewing does take a while and that's why I'm trying to get many reviewers who are willing to put forth some effort and crank out reviews. I don't expect anyone to do more then one or two a day. I just want reviewers who won't go weeks at a time with out reviewing. I'm trying to get caught up on reviews at the moment, but at one time no one person had more than five at a time. Unfortunalty that isn't the case right now. You can send me your sample review if you want. Thanks.
from deceptions82 :
LoL I read your entry on some guy's diary and agreed. His diary was, bleh. But some say mine is. Anyway I only read your first entry because I was just running around and commenting here and there on a few things (I think people like that sometimes) and it's good that you said sorry for being a drunken fool. :oD And your writing is really well-done also, from the first entry I read at least. Also checked out the petition and signing it.
from sex-eyes :
actually I really maybe only know one or two girls who like porn...Im serious...and I live in this slutty ass city in CA too, and girls will get with 8 guys in a line up and video tape it...but still none of them have ever admitted to liking porn. It is so weird. lol ( =
from minormeow :
Zow. And to think that there are other people here from kalamazoo, and like cats, and like crumb, and... Or am I really writing to myself and I just don't know it?
from atgaspain :
Is my diary really a "yawn"? I have done some things in the Times Square subway station that got attention from many people. If you were there, you'd have seen me. So, I was taking the W train to Queensboro Plaza, then someone with a knife came up to me (I caught his attention by my shirt). I grabbed his knife and stabbed him in the ass. He screamed so loudly and we were in the conductor's car. Sigh. Well, you know how it feels to have a bloody ass. And, yes. I am soon adding a guestbook to this diary. Sign it while you can. I'd love to hear your feedback.
from swcprincess :
Social-life diaries are the bane of my existence. ("Today I did this! And then I went here! And then I did something else! Well I guess that's it for now!") I would rather poke my eyes out with one of their overused exclamation points than read that stuff every day. Anyway. Here is a random notes signing, because signmyguestbook appears to be dead, again.
from only1nfgbabe :
are there really alot of girls that are like us??? woah! thats awesome... even though generally i dont like girls at all... dont you think its kinda wierd that someone could be sexist again members of their own gendr? its not like im COMPLETELY sexist or anything i just generally dont like girls... thats all i have to say abot that... love, cori
from only1nfgbabe :
well you said you wanted me to leave you a note when I wrote a page about me and whatnot... I did... thank you for the note... love, Cori
from miss-crumbs :
oh i agree with you, cole porter's songs are fab. i heart (heh) most of them, especially when theyre sung by grandma's favs. receiving a surprise note is fun - thanks for that.
from sweetreviews :
Your review is up at our site! You can find it here: (http://sweetreviews.diaryland.com/meeyapede.html). =)
from banefulvenus :
I just wanted to say thank you so much for the note... I love your site!
from diaryreviews :
Your review is up at http://diaryreviews.diaryland.com/meeyapede.html. Join the review-80 ring. ~Vicky
from darkfairy13 :
Awsome diary *^_^*
from kentraine :
heh heh heh... the woman starts ranting about the Middle Ages kicking ass... I'm falling in love more and more. ;) http://www.sca.org
from tinywings :
Hey! Thanks for showing an interest in my diary! I don't have an about-me page but this one comes pretty close to that concept: http://tinywings.diaryland.com/030421_67.html You could also read this: http://tinywings.diaryland.com/030517_8.html Or this long bitchy entry ;-) http://tinywings.diaryland.com/030504_76.html Thanks again!
from shine434 :
Hey. I like your diary.
from ravynemyst :
::giggles:: I was slightly amused when I read some of McCarthy's rantings on the people he was "interviewing" more like inTERRORgating. So yeah, if you found it amusing, you were on the right track :)
from floyd-man :
Hi. So I read your diary through reading a friend's guest book. I'm currently dealing with the sad fact that I have nothing better to do, but that's besides the point. I just wanted to comment on the "ya'll" second-person plural. As a current resident in Texas, who is not a Texan, nor ever wants to be labeled as such, I must say that the word makes my skin crawl. But then I realized that it is only hearing it from texas-mouths that really pisses me off. I think we should allow for the term to be used worldwide, with the exception of texas. When someone outside of this god-forsaken state says "ya'll" it sounds charming and friendly, much like a hot shower on a cold morning. But when texans say it, it just makes them sound uneducated and border-line retarded. Anyway, that's all I really can think of right now. I hope you don't find it creepy I might read your diary on occasion now, but yeah, I don't have cable.
from emziedoo52 :
Thanks so much for the note...it's always nice to know that there are other people in the world going through this. Sometimes it feels like I'm the only one, even though I'm not. People have a hard time understanding, which (the more I think of it) is totally understandable. Again, thanks for the note (and the layout compliment...it'll be changing next week, let me know what you think...)!
from nfinity701 :
I love to wallow in squalor especially my own! And I too go on marathon cleaning sprees, though mostly only after too much coffee.
from jydda :
Hey! Thanks so much for the note, it was much appreciated. Alas, I am too cheap for gold status and can't have that template...but thank you so much for offering!! And the Cat is staying- named Guenhwyvar now. :D. Again, thank you, you made my day.
from ravynemyst :
Tried to leave you a second guestbook entry, but it wouldn't let me, so I will post this here: Here are some websites on the Voter Fraud in the 2000 Elections in Florida: http://dir.salon.com/politics/feature/2000/12/04/voter_file/index.html (email me if you cannot see this entire article at Salon and I will forward it to you.) Excellent resource, may contain some bad links though: http://dlis.gseis.ucla.edu/people/pagre/florida.html http://www.petitiononline.com/Gore2000/petition.html http://www.c-span.org/campaign2000/Florida/sc00-2448.pdf http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greg_Palast
from pumpkinfish :
i fucking love you.
from kentraine :
So... um... yeah, I did design it, and since you're complaining you lead me to think that perhaps you want a new design or something?
from prowlingleo :
Check your email silly girl ;)
from prowlingleo :
LOL! Yes I use it often lol..deal with it you anti-goth woman you! Just what I needed, thank you so much for the entry. Glad to see you're feeling better ;)
from jerrbear :
Sorry you got mugged, I got mugged once and it's not fun. They punched me in the face and took all of eight dollars. "At least they didn't hurt you physically"; small comfort, I know. The emotional fallout is much worse... I really like your diary!
from smartepants :
Ps...Daria ROCKS, so WHAT if some retard thinks you remind them of her? Its a compliment, fuck them!
from smartepants :
though you don't have many entries, I found your site through the banner reviews, which i found off someone bitching about banner reviews, no doubt found that off of haters. But regardless, I laughed so hard at your latest entry about the mugging. I mean, I am truly sorry that happened to you, but the way you explain yourself...how you thought of your cats at home, how outraged you got, it made me smile because for once a female said, "what a fucking second" and gave some feedback to a bloodsucking little bitch-mugger like the one you encountered. I really don't mean that in a harsh way, I'm trying to make that sound happy and complimentative, though its a little tough to say "hey your diary is really cool, cuz I was hooked on the entry about you getting your shit ripped off you" but i think you get what I am saying. I just really like how you write. Maybe I should have just stuck with that...huh? good stuff..kisses.
from bannerreview :
You've been reviewed!
from buenacabra :
I noticed in an entry you said your not-popular in this whole diaryland thing... just a thought, maybe if you didn't seem to be the so purposefully teen-angst sort, maybe people would listen. Otherwise you seem unjustifiably angry/bitchy, and that attitude only works for cartoon characters like Daria.
from flyinby :
i like squirrelx. sorry if her clever banner's piss you off. you had a clever banner, too. i clicked it. wishing now i hadn't.
from lyssgranger :
Hola. I took your survey. I washed it down with goat's milk and 8 grapes. I then sold it to a little old lady cradling a potato. She more or less stole it from me. I received not a Kopek. Screw her. I'm going to sleep. Love, Nicushka.

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