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Monday, January 16th, 2012
6:30 pm - Donations and foster home needed in Austin, TX for pit bull rescued from Colorado River
For those I spoke with this is the dog that Suzu dog tested at AAC this past Thursday. He was rescued from a river early last week by a fisherman who saw a dog clinging to a rock. River has a fractured hip and several serious abrasions and wounds.

River is an amazingly sweet dog despite all of his injuries, and any small donation for his care would be greatly appreciated by Love-A-Bull and those of us who helped pull him.

A foster home is also desperately needed since River needs a quiet and preferably single dog home to recuperate in due to his extreme injuries. River is on the road to recovery! May be GRAPHIC for some River's Facebook Album

This is River we pulled him from AAC Friday and he was taken to Research Pet and Bird Hospital and his initial care was given by Dr. Kristie Adrian who was assisted by our trainer Jessican Wilson. River needs your help, please chip-in, River's Chip-In , to support River’s recovery! River is also going to need a special place to spend his days recovering, if you feel as though you could provide a safe foster home for River, please fill out an application at:Love-A-Bull foster application. We have received some wonderful adoption applications but because of River's fractured hip we need a foster that can keep River as calm as possible so that his hip can heal. No playing for River at least for now. Here is his story: Barely clinging to life, this pup has a strong will to survive. River is a resilient little guy who needs support and love as he starts the long road to recovery. Just days ago this helpless soul was found clinging to a rock in Colorado River. He was brought into Austin Animal Control emaciated and suffering from hypothermia. River was transferred to a local vet clinic where it was discovered not only did he fall into or get thrown into the freezing river, he was also most likely hit by a vehicle beforehand and is suffering from a fractured hip, untreated open wounds including necrotic hip wound, and horrible road rash. To add the cherry on top, River is heartworm positive and will need treatment immediately. Needless to say, not only is this guy going to need lots of love and attention,he is going to require LOTS of medical attention! River’s fractured hip is going to require surgery and his hip wound is going to require hydrotherapy. Even in River’s condition with ribs showing and fractured bones he still LOVES people and greets everyone with a very wiggly bottom and a gentle nudge with his face to request some attention!— in Austin, Texas.

current mood: sad

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Wednesday, August 31st, 2011
10:29 am - I try to be more positive....
you are darkslategray

Your dominant hues are green and blue. You're smart and you know it, and want to use your power to help people and relate to others. Even though you tend to battle with yourself, you solve other people's conflicts well.

Your saturation level is lower than average - You don't stress out over things and don't understand people who do. Finishing projects may sometimes be a challenge, but you schedule time as you see fit and the important things all happen in the end, even if not everyone sees your grand master plan.

Your outlook on life is dark. You're generally a pessimist and everyone knows it; you're the one the come to when they don't want the sunshine blown around, they just want to straight truth. You can miss good things in life if you make up your mind too early though.
the spacefem.com html color quiz

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Thursday, August 18th, 2011
2:47 pm - Please help T-Bird get his surgery!
I was T-Bird's trainer and friend while he was at the Austin Humane Society where he arrived in mid-March. T-Bird along with two other pits was a member of the Missouri 500, the nearly 500 pit bulls and pit mixes that were rescued by HSUS in an 8 state fighting ring raid in 2009. He and the other dogs were kenneled in Washington DC for 2 years as "evidence" against the fighters and were finally released to nationwide shelters and rescue groups this spring.

AHS released T-Bird to local pit bull rescue and advocacy group Love-A-Bull at the beginning of August, but his trials aren't over. T-Bird needs surgery to remove a large mass, and Love-A-Bull needs your help to make it happen.

Please donate anything you can to help this boy. He's real lover who deserves to feel the best he can. Thank you to everyone who has been supportive of T-Bird since his arrival in Austin!

Donations can be made via T-Bird's Second Chance or directly to Oak Hill Veterinary Clinic at 288-1016. If you call the vet clinic please specify you are donating to Love-A-Bull's T-Bird fund.

current mood: anxious

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Thursday, June 24th, 2010
9:57 am - Frustrated and angry
I am about ready to tell the shelter to take a hike since there has been a pattern of staff and other volunteers assuming that I will be there to take care of things without asking if I even want to do certain jobs. I don't have the time to take care of everything people want me to do.

I'm also still upset at how things were handled when Pibb was sick. I couldn't get any information about what was going on, and the vet wouldn't talk to me directly. I understand that in most foster care situations that would make sense, but Pibb is a long term foster, so I AM HIS OWNER FOR ALL INTENTS AND PURPOSES. Don't treat me like I'm some nobody who doesn't have any right to know what's going on.

current mood: angry

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Friday, April 17th, 2009
11:13 am - I HURT
Long story short...I locked myself out of the house while walking the dogs this morning and had to climb the fence to get inside to grab the key (I leave the backdoor unlocked in case of such an emergency, but the back gate is locked to prevent idjits from accidentally letting the dogs out).

The details...Perdita, my dobie x, is very aggressive towards children plus she's already broken two hands-free leashes (I use them for running/jogging with her), so I rigged up a mountain climbing harness with two leashes. Being a moron, it never occurred to me that I should remove said jerry-rigged device when climbing the fence after I tethered Miki and Perdy. The chain leash got stuck on the fence along with a portion of my sweatpants, and I somehow ended up hanging upside down in a bad Spiderman impression on the backside of my fence (thank goodness it was dark!). I somehow managed to pull myself up on the fence to unhook both the leash and the pants, but I did bad things to my butt muscles on my right side. However, yes, mountain climbing harnesses really can support your weight! I'm not huge, but I'm hardly a tiny girl! I didn't realize until much later that I also ripped a hole in my sweat pants. Crud.

current mood: sore

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Monday, March 16th, 2009
8:55 am - Thank you!
Thanks to those of you in LJ land who signed up on ZooToo to help support AHS! We've unofficially finished in 9th place (the ZooToo team has to doublecheck stuff on the website, and the official results will be released tomorrow) and therefore automatically go on to round 2. The ZooToo staff will visit sometime this Thursday, so any of you in Austin without other plans, we're being encouraged to round up people to show community support.

The AHS volunteers and staff as well as the animals appreciate the help!

current mood: cheerful

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Wednesday, March 4th, 2009
1:19 pm - Adventures in Dremeling
As many of us know, the common household tool, the Dremel, can also be utilized to help wear down our beloved pets' toenails. It is particularly helpful for dogs who dislike the sound of the regular clippers but aren't overly concerned about motor noises. My sister, a PetsMart groomer, stopped by my house yesterday on her way to our parents', and she offered to dremel my dogs' toenails if they needed a trim. I declined on Akane's part because her nails get worn down running behind my bicycle three mornings a week, but I jumped on it for the rest of the pack. We quickly learned that dremeling is really a two person job. Akane also had to be banished to my bedroom to avoid attacking either the Dremel or the dog getting the manicure.


Miki doesn't mind having his feet handled, and he's my easiest dog to do toenails on. Needless to say we started with him. He obligingly climbed up onto some crates, so we had a make-shift grooming table. The rest was as followed:

1. Miki begins to wiggle when he hears the noise from the Dremel, and I grab his collar.
2. Miki jumps off the crates and knocks several books down trying to escape from the noisy thing touching his feet.
3. Miki is unceremoniously lifted back onto a crate, so the remainder of his toenails can be ground down.
4. Miki fusses and acts hurt until he receives a spoonful of peanut butter for his trauma.
5. Miki volunteers for more dremeling (and more peanut butter).


Suzuka is awful to do toenails on by yourself because I quicked her ONCE when she was young, and she's never forgotten. I usually pay the nice staff at Taurus to do her toenails since they have more then one person doing grooming work at a time.

1. Place Suzuka on the crate and apply super-ninja grip.
2. Try not to curse as Suzuka wiggles against bruised arm while sister dremels front feet.
3. Just turn Suzuka around, so sister can get back feet from angle Suzu can't easily see from.
4. Release Suzuka to flee.
5. Apply peanut butter.
6. Get Miki out of Suzuka's peanut butter while keeping Atlas happy with a tiny bit.


I knew that Krista would be scared of the Dremel since she's not used to most grooming tools. We opted to just leave her on the floor to reduce her stress.

1. Grab Krista around the chest and try to begin dremeling.
2. Reposition with Krista in between my legs, so she can't back up.
3. Get one front paw done and fight with Krista as she tries to draw back other front paw.
4. Finish second front paw and concede defeat.
5. Apply peanut butter by chasing Krista to her crate and putting it into her mouth (she's weird about getting human food as treats).


Perdy is the absolute WORST about getting her toenails trimmed. She used to be okay, but as she's gotten older, she's crankier about the noise and foot handling by anyone other than me. She even is temperamental when I try to trim toenails.

1. Put Suzuka, Krista, and Atlas in crates. Toss Miki outside.
2. Let Perdy say hi to her favourite aunty then coax her back onto the bed in her room.
3. Attempt to Dremel one nail.
4. Muzzle Perdy as she begins vocalizing and snapping when she hears the motor.
5. Dremel second toenail as Perdy attempts to attack the Dremel through her basket muzzle.
6. Be happy that two toenails were worn down.
7. Remove muzzle and apply peanut butter. Wish for alcoholic beverages.
8. Watch Perdy romp like she just hadn't thrown the biggest temper tantrum in history.

current mood: cranky

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Saturday, February 7th, 2009
5:22 pm - Things I Have Learned So Far This Weekend

  1. When using essential oils for a therapeutic bath, put them in LAST. While bath bombs, bubble bars, and other fizzies need the water to pour down on them to reach their full potential, essential oils will merely make you tingle and burn where the sun don't shine.
  2. When trying to put hydrogen peroxide in your nose to clean up a nasal zit as you read on an advice website, try to avoid getting it all over your chapped nostrils. Yes, it burns like a mo'fo.
  3. A box of Puffs Ultra will not go nearly as far as you think. Also, you will need a separate trashbag for tissues if you're suffering from a cold, serious allergies, or other sinus issues.
  4. Oranges have nearly no taste if you're stuffed up, but the vitamin C is still good for you. Plus: Most liquid cough medications also have no taste.
  5. While your dogs may be conscious of your impaired state while you're in the house sleeping or sucking down medication, they will promptly forget this when you leave the house on a walk.
  6. Neither Nivea nor Vaseline tastes good if accidentally ingested. Also, the moment you put lotion on your hideously chapped nose, you will have to blow it so badly that you will drip if you ignore the call.
  7. Even the most insipid English language publications seem fascinating when you can't concentrate enough to read novels in any other language.
  8. If you have trained your body to go to sleep to forensics shows, it's nearly impossible to actually watch a new one especially when Dayquil is added to the mix.
  9. City Confidential is a wonderful show when you feel like crap because it's not too deep and doesn't require reading subtitles.

If you couldn't guess, I'm home from the shelter sick today because what I thought was allergies morphed into some variant of sinus congestion aka creeping crud. I just hope that I'll be functional enough tomorrow since I have to get Krista to PetsMart to meet some potential adopters.

current mood: sick

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Wednesday, January 14th, 2009
2:09 pm - ZooToo.com's Shelter Makeover II Contest
The shelter I volunteer at, Austin Human Society, is trying to garner points to win a monetary prize in the ZooToo.com Shelter Makeover Contest. Right now we're in 7th place which guarantees some type of reward, but we'd really like to try to get into the top five.

If anyone on my friends list is willing to sign up on ZooToo.com and affiliate with AHS, we'd really appreciate it. If you leave your e-mail address here, I can send you an invite. I haven't received any spam from ZooToo.com or anything like that, but you can check the site out for yourself.

I'll screen comments in case anyone wants to leave an e-mail.

current mood: determined

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Wednesday, December 17th, 2008
9:03 am - Philosophy of a Knife and Men Behind the Sun
Given that the lovely ajora got my interest perked in the horrors of Unit 731, I actually rented and watched both the Chinese film "Men Behind the Sun" and the Russian "Philosopy of a Knife". Both movies are extremely graphic depictions of the tortures performed inside Unit 731 under the guise of human experimentation.

"Men Behind the Sun" is a fictionalized account, however, and while it does touch on truth of Unit 731's purpose, it follows the story of several young boys who are junior recruits for the Japanese army. At the same time, I found more humanity in the characters even with the atrocious English dubbing because they were clearly pawns in the hands of their elders. It also attempts to portray Ishii Shirou although he comes across as much more insane than he should have in real life given his authority and power. "Men Behind the Sun" is also chock full of good old B grade horror flick effects, which helps deflect some of the grotesqueness of the tortures. In the end, I actually felt moved by the plight of the characters, even the Japanese soldiers, while I still was shocked by their ability to shut down their emotions for the work they performed.

"Philosopy of a Knife" is a docudrama version of the atrocities performed in Unit 731, and it's much harder to watch than "Men Behind the Sun". To begin, this cinematical juggernaut clocks in at 4 hours and 20 minutes, much of which could have been cut and still have made the director's point. Andrey Iskanov seems far too enamoured of his own cleverness if the introduction is anything to go by, and he drags torture scenes out long beyond when they have any real impact. For example, there is a scene showing teeth extraction used to measure how much pain the human body can withstand before passing out. Iskanov shows the entire process when the film could have simply cut from the beginning to the end without showing each and every tooth being pried from the prisoner's jaw. I was disgusted at the excess, and I finally became removed from the situation when I realized that there was NO WAY a prisoner could scream for so long with blood supposedly pouring out. She should have aspirated blood and choked long before the scene ended. Admittedly, I was disturbed that my biggest problem with the scene was physical impossibility.

Most of the film has no dialogue at all, and the occasional voice overs for the Japanese nurse's thoughts or narration of the true documentary sequences helped to startle me out of the zone I had to enter to process the intense violence and gore. The characters never fully developed though since there was so little insight into their thoughts and feelings. A romance between a young Japanese guard and a female Russian prisoner is more implied than anything else, and some of the later events don't make much sense because the progression of the relationship wasn't fully shown (probably so there'd be room for plenty of torture scenes).

The best part of the film, in my opinion, is the interview of Russian doctor, Anatoly Protasov, who lived in Harbin during Unit 731's occupation of the area. He provides some valuable insights to the rationalization of the Japanese working in Unit 731 and some background to why certain experiments were conducted.

Overall, I felt like "Philosophy of a Knife" was a good film that managed to impress the horrors of war upon the viewers, but it's only worth one watching. No one needs to force themselves to endure that sort of thing again and again.

However, the Bonus Material was one of the worst wastes of my time that I have ever endured. The "Making Of" video was essentially 45 minutes of the director, producer, and cast talking about how awesome the film was, what a genius the director, cast, producer, etc must be to create such a film, pointing out that the US did horrible things during WWII as well so we should sympathize with the Japanese, and babbling about random philosophical issues. Uh...I wanted to know about how the film was made, why they chose this particular topic, etc, not random discourse on the Anglican church and Western religion. I tried watching the featurette "A Glimpse of Hell", innocently thinking that it might be a photo gallery of historical stuff from Unit 731. It's a 15 minute video of a paupers' morgue with bad industrial music and creepy voice over. While some people might be obsessed enough with death to find that interesting, I was just bored and disgusted with the conditions of the morgue (people were stacked up like cordwood, and the place didn't appear to have any sort of cooling...very much not to code by US standards). Nice, so Andrey Iskanov likes to stare at dead, emaciated, abused, ill people and feels it's meaningful. Good for him.

The deleted scenes section included three extremely bland sequences that should have hit the cutting room floor along with a bunch of other stuff. That was about the point that I just gave up. I didn't want to see Manoush's interview (the English voice over for the Japanese nurse) or Andrey Iskanov talk about how awesome he is and how evil the US was during his "extremely violent" interview, and I didn't care one way or the other about the two music videos. While the movie was worth seeing, I should have just cut the extras disc from my Netflix queue.

current mood: crappy

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Friday, November 21st, 2008
9:32 am - Musings on Twilight
Right now everywhere I turn fans of various ages are squealing and chattering over the wonderousness of seeing their idol Edward Cullen on the big screen. My morning show on country radio even is talking about Edward and Bella (to be fair, the two male DJs only know about it from the females in the family, but they have heard), and I feel inundated with media blitz about something that I really had no interest in a few months ago.

In all seriousness, I still don't have an interest in Twilight itself. What I've read online is poorly written Mary Sue fic at its best and downright disturbing dysfunctional romance at its worst. What keeps drawing me back to the Twilight phenomenon is the batshit insanity of the hardcore fans...adult woman who want to find men exactly like Edward Cullen and will go to any lengths to touch poor Rob Pattinson (the poor young man will probably have a nervous breakdown once the premier is over. He's not handling the rabid fans well and probably wishes that Cedric hadn't been killed in the 4th Harry Potter book), children wanting to be bitten, teenage girls convinced that only an Edward can fulfill them. If these fans want a man who will treat them with respect, not pressure them into sexual acts they don't feel ready for, and tries to protect them from some of the ugliness of the world, fair enough. I won't argue with that. I just get frightened that many of these girls and women don't see the darker side of Edward and Bella's relationship: a co-dependent bond forged through stalking and control (breaking into someone's house to watch them sleep isn't sweet; it's a crime. Taking the engine out of someone's vehicle, so s/he doesn't go see someone else...CREEPY, NOT HOT!). Bella is also willing to sacrifice herself to become who Edward needs, and that's not healthy. Trust me; I've been there, done there, and have the T-shirt.

Sorry, Edward, but you just don't dazzle me.

current mood: contemplative

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Friday, November 7th, 2008
1:22 pm - Warning Political Ranting Ahead!
I normally talk about nice, relatively neutral topics here just because I'm not trying to stir up debate. My life is pretty average, at least I think so, if you discount the five dogs and three cats under my roof and my relative inability to commit to anyone for an extended period of time even if I ever met someone.

However, I am mortified by the behaviour of people on both sides of the political spectrum ever since Obama won both the popular and electoral vote on Tuesday night. I am proud to be an American during a time period where a black (mixed race) man can be elected president, and while I could not support the McCain/Palin platform, I would have been proud to live in a country where a woman was considered to be a viable VP. Don't get me wrong, I am thrilled that Obama is our new president-elect, and we will have 4 years where some of my most cherished personal freedoms will not be under attack from the White House, but I wouldn't have been bemoaning a McCain victory all over "teh Internetz" like a drunken fratboy at a keg party.

My biggest gripe with the latest elections is the attack upon the personal rights of individuals just because they happen to prefer members of the same sex. Okay, I'm not terribly surprised at the stuff that passed in Florida, Arizona, and Arkansas because they're not historically liberal areas for homosexuals. I was horribly disappointed though when Prop 8 passed in California, which reneged the legal right of homosexual couples to marry. It was close, but the measure still passed (at least I'm a member of a demographic who mostly voted against Prop 8!).

I truthfully don't understand why the prospect of gay marriage is so threatening to people. It's not some attack of the gay agenda on the "sanctity of matrimony"; it's a legal need to be declared related to get certain rights. And, no, I'm most definitely not gay, really, I'm not.

It's just...if I get married some day, I will be able to visit my husband in the hospital, be declared his next of kin, have legal right to make decisions for his welfare if he cannot do so for himself, if we chose to have children (which is not happening for me because I don't want any, but if I did)there would be no dispute about his being able to be with them in the hospital or whatnot because that piece of paper that makes us man and wife gives us a legal bond that is equal to the bonds of blood. It seems simple and ordinary to those of us who can get married. But what if we couldn't? Can you imagine the horror of not being able to make a medical decision for a lifelong partner in a coma because legally you are complete strangers? What if the next of kin is said partner's homophobic mother who thinks that he or she should die because of being gay, or the next of kin simply hasn't been in close contact over the years?

Gay couples simply want the right to become legal relatives, have the rights that we hetero couples take for granted. I just don't see why that's wrong.

And while some people's religious beliefs teach them that homosexuality is a sin, there's a reason that there's a separation of church and state. The gay marriage issue is fundamentally a state and legal issue, not a moral one.

current mood: contemplative

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Friday, October 31st, 2008
9:57 am - Akane and Miki get into the Halloween spirit
Well, it's more like their evil mommieh thrust the Halloween spirit upon them!


current mood: amused

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Thursday, October 23rd, 2008
1:13 pm - Most disturbing idea for a children's board game ever?
I can't be the only person who has had bad thoughts looking at this particular game...

Willie Go Boom

current mood: shocked

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Tuesday, October 14th, 2008
12:30 pm - Introducing Rhys!
Here's the newest member of my menagerie...no, I did not go out looking for another animal, I swear! :lol: I lucked out that my foster calico, Jo, found her cranky own self a home the week before this little guy came home with me (she hates kittens...or just doesn't like adjusting to new cats in her space).

I'm calling him "Rhys" just because I like the name. The cat group who is working with my dog rescue group right now ended up with a litter of FIV+ kittens, which cannot be adopted out. Because I already own a FIV+ cat (Gabe), I offered to take one, so I ended up with this orange bundle of fluff!
See pictures here!Collapse )

current mood: contemplative

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Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008
9:09 am - Very interesting...y'know, I'm kind of a bitch.*laughs*
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Loner (55%)[.........|..........]Dependent (45%)
Laid-back (28%)[..........||||......]Driven (72%)
Traditional (51%)[....................]Rebel (49%)
Impetuous (58%)[........||..........]Organized (42%)
Engineering mind (56%)[.........|..........]Artistic mind (44%)
Cynical (32%)[..........||||......]Idealist (68%)
Follower (34%)[..........|||.......]Leader (66%)
Introverted (60%)[........||..........]Extroverted (40%)
Conservative (49%)[....................]Liberal (51%)
Logical (50%)[....................]Romantic (50%)
Uninterested (43%)[..........|.........]Sexual (57%)
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Pessimistic (62%)[........||..........]Optimistic (38%)
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current mood: bored

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Thursday, July 17th, 2008
9:37 am - Quizzies!

The Keys to Your Heart

You are attracted to those who are unbridled, untrammeled, and free.

In love, you feel the most alive when your partner is patient and never willing to give up on you.

You'd like to your lover to think you are loyal and faithful... that you'll never change.

You would be forced to break up with someone who was ruthless, cold-blooded, and sarcastic.

Your ideal relationship is lasting. You want a relationship that looks to the future... one you can grow with.

Your risk of cheating is zero. You care about society and morality. You would never break a commitment.

You think of marriage as something that will confine you. You are afraid of marriage.

In this moment, you think of love as commitment. Love only works when both people are totally devoted.

current mood: amused

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Thursday, June 26th, 2008
8:56 am - The Big Read
Hrm, this is interesting.

The Big Read reckons that the average adult has only read 6 of the top 100 books they've printed.

Apparently, I've read a lot...although many of these were books I selected in my AP English class in HS from the list of top 100 books. Many of them were books I voluntarily read as well though.

I cannot dissuade people more strongly from reading Tess of the D'Urbervilles though...want depression and bad things happening to good people? Read that book...

1) Look at the list and bold those you have read.
2) Italicize those you intend to read.
3) Underline the books you LOVE.
4) Reprint this list in your own LJ so we can try and track down these people who've read 6 and force books upon them

The List of Literary DoomCollapse )

current mood: sleepy

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Thursday, June 19th, 2008
10:44 am - So sad...
I feel seriously sad and depressed now.

My dad and I had a favourite UPS driver who was friendly, prompt, and courteous who suddenly disappeared in February. We were disappointed because the newer guys haven't been anywhere near as good but figured he just got promoted or something as he deserved.

Well...Dad got chatting with our regular FedEx driver last night, and it turns out that the little boy in this story is our UPS driver's son!

He still works for UPS, but they transferred him to an office job after the tragedy

current mood: sad

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Thursday, May 8th, 2008
9:14 am - Quiz results
Which Goddess lurks in your soul?


You are a true earth warrior! Demeter is the Greek Goddess of the fields, grain and harvest and inhabits those souls who long to be a part of the green. You have a special connection with plants and care deeply for the Earth. You tend to be motherly and protective of those that are in your care and are not above severe aggression when one of your charges is harmed or threatened.

Personality Test Results

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Uh...yeah...I agree with having a connection to living things, but I am terrible with plants! Then again I am definitely capable of letting everything on earth die if my "children" are stolen from me.

current mood: contemplative

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