2/12/05

azurelunatic: Mulder. "I cannot be without you" "Another heart is cracked in two" "If you walk out on me, I'm walking after you" (x-files)
http://www.mcsquared.com/error1.htm -- fun with 404. Via a Google search, you know how those things go; you start out with mythology and wind up at geek jokes laughing your ass off.

Not in any way safe for work unless you're a porn store clerk or suchlike. http://www.meatspin.com Sound recommended. No pop-ups; one dialog box. Via [livejournal.com profile] elynne, who finds it just as hilarious as I do. Earworm warning; 80s song spoiled forever warning.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest trailer. Via [livejournal.com profile] sionainn.

My Morning: A Play in One Uncomfortable Act -- professor enters office and encounters rather more active human courtship than is recommended for an average morning.

[livejournal.com profile] tyrantmouth is pressed into service grading papers. Anne Shirley would have described these as "perfect howlers", and that's how I'd describe them too.
azurelunatic: Mulder. "I cannot be without you" "Another heart is cracked in two" "If you walk out on me, I'm walking after you" (x-files)
I was zonked at three.

... now I'm going through the entire works of a certain 'phile LJ friend on Gossamer, trying to remember which of them I'd read earlier, and if I'd totally fangirled over any of it, because that would be a very, very small world indeed.

I know I remember some of the titles.
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Library books. Bus pass. Getting hollered at by neighbors and accosted for bus transfers by drunk guys. I don't do days.
azurelunatic: Cordless phone showing a heart.  (phone)
Re-reading, Anna's writing holds up over time. I am not caught in the middle of my own personal x-files any more.
azurelunatic: Cordless phone showing a heart.  (phone)
I wonder if Darkside is doing anything this evening. Probably. Friday is busy. I discovered some patience somewhere.
azurelunatic: Cordless phone showing a heart.  (phone)
You have to chase a Mulder. To rescue, to get his attention. It's a bold, dramatic saga. A Darkside is subtle.
azurelunatic: Cordless phone showing a heart.  (phone)
There are some very upset people on this bus. I have been remiss in my duties as local witch to work. Someone has to.
azurelunatic: <user name="azurelunatic"> snuggling kitten.  (Marah)
As I chatted, nearly singing, suddenly there came a ringing,
As of someone gently pinging, pinging at my fir'wall's ports.
Distinctly I remember, it was in that long September
That eternal, bleak September when morons flocked like flies on Usenet's friendly boards



Dear Mountain Dew,

Extreme sports are more fun as a participant sort of thing. I prefer participating in sports like Extreme Programming, except for that part where I don't like to share a computer. (And Jackson Hole the sporting resort always makes me think of Jackson's Whole, and I think I'm staying away from anything that reminds me of that place.)

You're missing your target demographic,
the Lunatic


[livejournal.com profile] theferrett gets political, talking about the massed opinions of the US. I get political too, in the comments, and my thoughts on the war (rather not-PC for a Good Little Girls Raised Quaker) come out.


Pandora is awesome. I have to admire the sheer Geek of the Music Genome Project. These music geeks with too much time on their hands decided to go ahead and analyze songs for their component elements, and recommend stuff to their friends based on the elements in the favorite songs of their friends and similar elements they found in other random songs. Then they wound up taking it to the 'net. Much streaming internet radio has audible ads, which are t3h suxx0r. This does not, and it is a thing of joy and beauty unto the ears and the heart. (This has iTunes and Amazon.com search links for each song, and an ability to save a list of favorites for later perusal.)


I went Out today, for a new bus card, for the returning of slightly-overdue library books, and whatever other mild not-quite-trouble I could get into. This turned out to be clothing-shopping. I now sport a new skirt (tiered, comfortable cotton/elastic blend, ankle-length) and two new bras (also with a high cotton content). The bras, marvels of structural engineering that they are, manage to be attractive and comfortable as well. For the first time in far too long, there isn't uncomfortable plastic boning poking into my sides as the bra inevitably twists around. (Some bras without underwires have side-boning, which can get painful.)

The skirt is gorgeous. It's full. It swishes. It's not quite full enough to swirl, but it gives the illusion of being able to do so. It's full enough for me to pose in my usual tomboy poses and not have it ride up to my knees. [livejournal.com profile] ataniell93's discussions of fashion have been rubbing off on me and resonating off my childhood reading (the Little House books, Louisa May Alcott, L.M. Montgomery, et cetera) and reminding me that short skirts do nothing for my legs and less for my hips, and long skirts make that glimpse of well-formed ankle and calf that much more tantalizing.

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