Monthly Archives: June 2007

Quizza-pa-looza

None of these are gakked from anyone, I was just browsing around on Blogthings and felt silly.

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LJ Rating…

Gakked from musiquephan and dracschick: Mingle2 – Online Dating Apparently, I get a PG rating for mentioning “pain” and “abortion.” Hmm.

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Celebrity quotes for today

I found these quotes from Gerard Butler’s press conference in Tokyo, where they all love the movie, “300,” to be amusingly self-deprecating: “I now have a lot more anxiety about taking my clothes off because people expect me to still … Continue reading

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Memage

Gakked from anderyn. I actually did this much earlier today, but I never got around to posting it!

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Ho hum…

The first time I tried to post this, Internet Explorer crashed, which is probably the Universe telling me I’m a tedious whiner wallowing in self-pity and I shouldn’t even bother. But I just need to get this off my chest, … Continue reading

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Once again, we’ve made history!

After a fervent crusade by the homophobes to put a anti-gay-marriage amendment on the 2008 ballot, and outrage when a parliamentary procedure was used to prevent a Legislative vote on the issue before the close of the congressional session last … Continue reading

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Piratish meme

I should have resisted, but I couldn’t! Gakked from elisabetta611:

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Historical perspective…

Okay, I just have to share this, it’s giving me too much ironic humor. As part of the research for my next novel, which I am finally getting seriously to work on finishing, I subscribed to an online newspaper archive … Continue reading

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Wow, and you thought writing was tough!

I’m going to quit complaining about my writing woes. The current issue of Mensa Bulletin reviews “summer reading” options authored by Mensans. Included are two books in a trilogy, subsidy-published by former Marine Bruce L. Barton. The review concludes, “due … Continue reading

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Publishing news item

I spotted this in the current Southern Review of Books newsletter. It may be of interest to people who are querying, or considering, imprints of literary fiction: “The Perseus Books Group will lay off more than a fourth of its … Continue reading

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