Saturday Oct 23, 2010

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So many books to read and no desire to crack any of them open. Something is very wrong.
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richard_:

Ha!! Yeah... the ol' drunken acoustic mess. Lucky for me my friends are good sports, as well as enthusiastic enablers of such things.

As for the ex whom shall forever and always only be referred to as "she-devil" (cheesy I know, but so was she), unfortunately hatred is the only thing I will ever allow myself to feel for that one. As selfish as it might sound, I believe hatred in some cases to be the only appropriate emotion when leaving roadsigns along such a particularly treacherous stretch of painfully memorable roadway. No bigger warning sign than a BIG ol' flashing hatred one.

Anywhays... that's about enough of that. Things happen, and perhaps sometimes honestly good people were once honestly quite bad. There are people in this life who sincerely have good reason to hate me, and now she's given someone reason enough to hate her. Such is life... so is the way things go when interacting with such complicated perfectly imperfect animals such as human beings. What matters most though, isn't the degree to which you attempt to punish those who've done you wrong, or worse yet punish yourself... What matters most, is which road you decide to take afterward.

Books. Ah.... I used to love to read them so.. But now, this clock is suddenly ticking in my head, refusing to allow me to read any for long, before screaming for me to finish my own. This is either to be called insanity, or the beginning of being me.

Well, nothing a very large cup of iced coffee and a day long trek through the Santa Rosa Mountains wont help to sort out!

robotrogue:

Thanks for the positive words man. The beard stays.

P.S. - dive into those books. Nothing finer than the feel of paper and a freshly cracked book-spine.

Wednesday Oct 20, 2010

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"But I didn't understand then. That I could hurt somebody so badly she would never recover. That a person can, just by living, damage another human being beyond repair." -- Haruki Murakami, South of the Border, West of the Sun

I read the words years ago, but it's only in reflection that I am once again amazed at how a man I've never...
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richard_:

Wow man.... perfectly describes my last serious relationship. I knew I was the absolute worst thing for a girl like her, and that she'd ultimately be horrible for me. But for some ridiculous reason we just couldn't stay away from each other for years... It ended up damaging us both on a painfully deep level. She's pretty much the only person I've truly ever hated, and I'm sure she feels the same about me. Guess when it comes to chemistry, there are some rules that should never be ignored. Such is life, and so is the cost to keep on living.

In other news though, I'm seriously digging the Clockwork soundtrack. Very spooky good!

viggenvay:

Hey, you're welcome. I'm glad you could appreciate it. I try to get a little something for everyone. By the looks of your comments I may have to read your blogs when I get in a more serious mood.

Sunday Dec 13, 2009

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Yet another way in which I'm an aberration: more than most, I require narrative in my porn.
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exuvia:

thank you.

partyhats:

I've noticed a lot of things I didn't pick up on the first viewing, and I understand the story a whole lot more this time. It really is a great movie, and I'd like to see more of his work too. It's just kinda hard to run across...

Saturday Dec 05, 2009

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" Forty-two male-female pairs, matched for ability, played two chess games via the Internet. When players were unaware of the sex of opponent (control condition), females played approximately as well as males. When the gender stereotype was activated (experimental condition), women showed a drastic performance drop, but only when they were aware that they were playing against a male opponent. When they (falsely) believed to be...
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robotrogue:

Haha cheers, I hope this project doesnt fail... I just have to get thru the itchy beard phase and I'm set.

torlano:

RE:

Essentially, me too.

I've passed on extremely lucrative opportunities before because I felt proceeding would compromise my integrity.

The most important thing for me has always been staying in tune with that inner most voice. I've been good at resisting peer pressure. People come and go, you can not leave yourself. To me that would be a sort of hell; living solely for the approval of other people then having them disappear leaving you to live with the regret of poor choices you made that go against your most basic character.

As I said before, to each their own. I don't have a problem with folks that make other choices provided they don't attempt to force them on me.

Tuesday Dec 01, 2009

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I loved a good argument while I was in college. Granted, the environment more or less lent itself to creating situations where arguments and debates naturally evolved. The nice thing about college arguments (or, at least, the arguments in which I normally found myself engaged) was that everyone involved understood on some level that there was nothing personal about what was going on; even though...
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dano666:

really??? I guess it depends where your from. Grew up in the ghetto so, "aint this some shit", is pretty common. lol
Feelin better thanks. Damn that swine flu. oink

torlano:

RE:

Thank you for the thoughtful comment smile

Saturday Nov 28, 2009

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Blast from the past:

They arrive at my doorstep unexpected yet desired, the witches three. Prima, long-limbed, golden, with grey freckles across her nose and hair down past her ass; Secunda, shorter than her sisters and darker, a wry smile ever on her face, blue eyes glinting underneath a fringe of jagged hair; and Tertia, the red child, ginger colored hair everywhere, everywhere, freckles across...
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vanceowen:

Take a look at the disaster I've made at my house. I'll never get that handled.

paprika:

We are... the happiest days of our lives biggrin

Wednesday Nov 18, 2009

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"Feeling kinda orange today."

"What?"

"Nevermind."

--

Gotta love the strange things one hears while passing through the market.
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redheadedleague:

Well they did turn on the big particle accelerator yesterday. Maybe they really did turn orange.

Thanks for the encouragement. The writing has been coming fast and furious this week.

pp420:

the whole of the law. ; )

Saturday Nov 14, 2009

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Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil

It'll probably go the way of Slither, but I'm always willing to give a horror/comedy hybrid a chance. And if it stars Alan Tudyk? Well, I'm practically already there.
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nikoll:

Merchandising for a pro photography retailer.
Its pretty fun job most of the time... + some awesome perks.
biggrin

radii:

smile thanks! and you are welcome!

Wednesday Nov 11, 2009

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i. So, Dollhouse is canceled. While I'll certainly miss Topher, I hope Joss can now devote his considerable talents to a project I can fully support (maybe another wester in space?).

ii. I've often wondered if everyone is as affected my music of their early teenage years as am I. For reasons that I can't even begin to understand, a smile always...
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bombshellfairy:

lol u better get started!!!

stampedeofworms:

I think some girl that looked a lot like Dushku dumped Joss in the 7th grade or something. I agree she's very limited. We can only hope a decent studio has the sense to back him on some features.

Isn't that Hubble site wallpaper heaven?

Monday Nov 09, 2009

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"How many people do you know?"

"Know?"

"People with a connection to you. If I asked, how many names could you come up with?"

"Dunno."

"I tried it. Friends, family, coworkers. People in stores I regularly banter with. Doctors, dentist, that guy that stands outside the library..."

"Sidewalk Joe."

"Around three hundred. Ran out of names around three hundred."

"Seems like a lot."

"But it...
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boray:

the book is really good. i like the way he writes, it's extremely realistic.

kunoichi:

Haha, yes it calls pain wink Cool blog you have. MAde me think.Did you wrote that or...?

Sunday Jan 18, 2009

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Around 9pm December 29th 2008, I had a breakdown. Changes are being made to ensure another does not occur.

We'll assume that the post on the 28th was some sort of precursor to incident. I'm further from back than I ever was. Alas.
kowtow:

Anytime you want to chat about literature let me know. I am always game to talk about it. Love to, in fact. I hope you feel better.

alexis:

hey! all is better?

Sunday Dec 28, 2008

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Two years. Really a subset of four lost years. Indeed, if we are honest, most of this decade has been lost to mismanagement. Alas.

Will I have the wherewithal to regain the path? Was I ever on it to begin with?

Back? Oh, hmm, yes. I think. Perhaps.
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kowtow:

Incidentally I loved your commentary on the set comments limit. I got sick or reading, "you are sexy," and "I loved it" so I started leaving actually comments if I really love the set, or I think it came up just short I have been known to PM the photographer or the model and tell them exactly what I liked or didn't like about it. I always try and be positive, most of my commentary comes in the form of, "trust yourself, you were on to something great..." I quit leaving comments on SG sets, because I am nearly positive they don't read them and I don't know what they would do with criticism (in a classical sense) if they read it... Maybe they take it to heart, or maybe they disregard it? Who knows. Great posts.

max16characters:

It's funny the last time you commented in my blog, this was happening. Now, this is.

Welcome back though. Yeah, there's been a lot of changes to the site and i still haven't figured them all out. Mostly because I'm not on here a whole lot. First there was the shift towards a myspace-y SG and now that facebook is so popular, we get the "feeds" and other stuff which works great in those sites, but not so much here. So much for anti establishment DIY, eh?