|Friday, September 8th, 2006|
11:28 pm - Interest collage
|Friday, November 11th, 2005|
|Thursday, June 16th, 2005|
8:40 pm - i wanted to play this game too
1) My uncle once: decided it would be fun to mow the lawn with his play lawn mower when he was little....and he decided to do it naked|
2) Never in my life: have i run
3) When I was five: i wanted to fly so i decided to "jump" off of the swing when i was going really high and i flew through the air for about 2 seconds
4) High School was: only fun with my bitches
5) I will never forget: when roy proprosed
6) I once met: um, have i met anyone cool?
7) There's this person I know who: is in Iraq right now in the national guard :-(
8) Once, at a bar: i had the crotch of a gay man thrust in my face while he was "dancing"
9) By noon I'm usually: doing some paperwork before heating up my lunch at work
10) Last night: i watched 30 days and then went to bed (more exciting than most nights)
11) If I only had: the ability to live wherever i wanted and have everyone i care about right there with me
12) Next time I go to church/temple: someone either died or is getting married
13) Terri Schiavo: made people think about the idea of quality of life and how important that is, and not just length of life
14) I like: my big butt, and i can not lie
15) When I turn my head left, I see: roy
16) When I turn my head right, I see: the closets, my prnter
18) In grade school: i moved to a new school district and met my best friend of 15 years
19) If I was a character written by Shakespeare, I'd be: Mercutio, a loyal friend
20) By this time next year: will hopefully be moving out of florida and somewhere closer to family and friends
21) A better name for me would be: the queen
22) I have a hard time understanding: numbers and roy
23) If I ever go back to school I'll: maybe become a special education teacher
24) You know I like you if: i tell you i like you or that i care about you
25) If I won an award, the first person I'd thank would be: depends on the type of award - roy, or my parents, or bridget
26) I hope that: i can make my mark of the world and improve the quality of life for people
27) Take my advice: be kind to each other and understand that people are who they are for a reason even if the decisions they make seem stupid or they seem weird, understand WHY they are who they are before judging who they are
28) My ideal breakfast is: a granola bar and a coke (my usual breakfast)
29) A song I love, but do not have is: "crash" by dave matthews band, it makes me feel "naughty" and i love it!!!!
30) If you visit my hometown, I suggest: you avoid the sugar beet factory cuz it stinks and instead do one of the summer events in one of the parks downtown
31) Tulips, character flaws, microchips, & track stars: have nothing in common?
32) Why won't anyone: realize how great we are all, like we do about others
33) If you spend the night at my house: i elect you to pick of bambi's poop from outside
34) I'd stop my wedding for: someone not being there, like my dad to walk me down the aisle
35) The world could do without: George W Bush
36) I'd rather lick the belly of a cockroach than: lick the belly of a centipede
37) My favorite blonde is: Kate Hudson (i don't go for blonde guys, but i think kate is cute in a "i'm not attracted to her but she's attractive" way)
38) Paper clips are more useful than: staples
40) And by the way: i hate 6:30 a.m.
41) The last time I was drunk, I: have no idea what i did, not because i was drunk, but because it was so long ago, i think it was halloween and i threw up when we got home
42) My grandmother always: talks....always....
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|Wednesday, April 13th, 2005|
7:14 pm - ha! i can too talk good!!!!
You scored 85% Beginner, 92% Intermediate, 93% Advanced, and 80% Expert!
|You did so extremely well, even I can't find a word to describe your excellence! You have the uncommon intelligence necessary to understand things that most people don't. You have an extensive vocabulary, and you're not afraid to use it properly! Way to go! |
Thank you so much for taking my test. I hope you enjoyed it!
For the complete Answer Key, visit my blog: http://shortredhead78.blogspot.com/.
|My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:|
||You scored higher than 15% on Beginner|
||You scored higher than 29% on Intermediate|
||You scored higher than 48% on Advanced|
||You scored higher than 83% on Expert|
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|Friday, January 21st, 2005|
You Are a Visionary Soul
You are a curious person, always in a state of awareness.
Connected to all things spiritual, you are very connect to your soul.
You are wise and bright: able to reason and be reasonable.
Occasionally, you get quite depressed and have dark feelings.
You have great vision and can be very insightful.
In fact, you are often profound in a way that surprises yourself.
Visionary souls like you can be the best type of friend.
You are intuitive, understanding, sympathetic, and a good healer.
Souls you are most compatible with: Old Soul and Peacemaker Soul
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You are glucose. People feed off of you. You are
sweet, caring, and a source of energy for
everyone around you. You can inspire others
with your creativity and depth, and you can
keep people alive when in times of famine.
People love you...or at least the way you
Which Biological Molecule Are You?
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|Tuesday, January 18th, 2005|
7:50 pm - i was just telling roy a few days ago i feel 30......
You Are 30 Years Old
Under 12: You are a kid at heart. You still have an optimistic life view - and you look at the world with awe.
13-19: You are a teenager at heart. You question authority and are still trying to find your place in this world.
20-29: You are a twentysomething at heart. You feel excited about what's to come... love, work, and new experiences.
30-39: You are a thirtysomething at heart. You've had a taste of success and true love, but you want more!
40+: You are a mature adult. You've been through most of the ups and downs of life already. Now you get to sit back and relax.
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|Saturday, January 8th, 2005|
She Wants to Move by N.E.R.D.
"Her off beat dance makes me fantasize
(Her curves) She's sexy!!
Her ass is a spaceship I want to ride
(Her ass) She's sexy!!"
In 2004 you got your groove on - and had the best time ever.
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|Tuesday, December 28th, 2004|
-x- Mood: Kinda Hungry..is that a mood?
-x- Listening To: the ceiling fan whirring unfortunately, it's cold in here!
-x- Thinking: should I eat dinner?
-x- Status: engaged, duh!
-x- Birth date: March 27th 1980
-x- Birthplace: Bay Shitty, MI
-x- School: None anymore, i gradumitated
-x- Hair Color: brown
-x- Eye Color: green
-x- Height: 3'10"
-x- Righty or Lefty: righty
-x- Zodiac Sign: Aries, supposedly i'm unpredictable and full of passion
-x- Your heritage: Polish, German, Scottish and maybe some other stuff thrown in for fun
-x- The shoes you wore today: my white shoes that are falling apart. :-(
-x- Your weakness: junk food
-x- Your fears: um, not sure, i'm sure i have some
-x- Goal you'd like to achieve: save up enough money to not be living paycheck to paycheck
-x- Your most overused phrase on AIM: hi (pretty exciting huh?)
-x- Your bedtime: between 11:30pm and midnight
-x- High School Memory: hanging out with "my bitches"
-x- Grossest Thing You Ever Ate: i think i sampled some mud pie when i was little
-x- Pepsi or Coke: Coke
-x- Single or group dates: single i guess
-x- Adidas or Nike: i'm not all about shoes
-x- Lipton Ice Tea or Nestea: lipton raspberry iced tea
-x- Chocolate or vanilla: CHOCOLATE!!!!!
-x- Cappuccino or coffee: foo food coffee
-x- Smoke: tried it once, thought it was gross
-x- Swear: fuck yeah
-x- Sing: yes, in the privacy of my own shower and car
-x- Take a shower everyday: yes
-x- do you think youve been in love: yes and still am
-x- Want to go to college/university: yes, for 6 glorious years!
-x- Want to get married: yes, but not in a churchy kind of way
-x- Believe in yourself: most of the time
-x- Get motion sickness: only occassionally on planes
-x- Think youre attractive: sometimes
-x- Think youre a health freak: not really, i try
-x- Get along with your parents: Yes
-x- Play an instrument: i played the oboe for 7 years, haven't played in 6 years :-(
-x- Thunderstorms: sexy as long as the power doesn't go out and it's either too hot or cold out
In the past month...
-x- Drank alcohol: probably, but i don't drink much anymore, i'm an old fart now
-x- Smoked: ick, grody
-x- Done a drug: lots of cold medicine and motrin
-x- Had Sex: hell yeah, but not enough
-x- Made Out: not sure, sometimes that gets lost in rushing into sex
-x- Gone on a date: not really, unless you count all the time i spend with roy then i'm in a constant state of being on a date
-x- Gone to the mall?: yes, christmas shopping
-x- Eaten an entire box of Oreos: mmm...oreos
-x- Skipped School: i don't have any school to skip
-x- Been dumped: no
-x- Missed Someone: yes, lots of people that i finally saw over christmas
-x- Gone skating: do i look like someone who skates??? didn't think so...
-x- Made homemade cookies: no, but i make some damn good chocolate chip cookies, just ask roy
-x- Gone skinny dipping: no, only done that once
-x- Dyed your hair: i haven't dyed my hair in over a year
-x- Stolen anything: no
-x- Been trashed or extremely intoxicated: yes and there are many pictures to prove it
-x- Been caught "doing something"?: doing something? like doing "it" tee hee?? no
-x- Cried over someone of the opposite sex: yes
-x- Wanted to tell someone you loved them: no, i usually just tell people i love them
-x- Been called a tease: yes
-x- Gotten beaten up: no
-x- Shoplifted: no
-x- Put a body part on fire for amusement: that would be amusing?? i don't have body parts to spare...
-x- Changed who you were to fit in: i think everyone does this to some degree, i'm no exception, but for the most part i think i'm pretty genuine
-x- shampoo: i use many different kinds, i like to mix it up, keep showers exciting
-x- Color: red
-x- Food: my dad's gwumpki (spelling might be golabki)
-x- Ice Cream: mint chocolate chip
-x- Movie: many
-x- Sport: oral sex
-x- Piercing: just my ears
-x- Gum: minty stuff
-x- TV Show: of all time?? sex and the city!!! currently, desperate housewives
-x- Fruit: strawberry, banana, kiwi
-x- Vegetables: corn, carrots, brocoli (i get excited going down the aisle with the frozen veggies
-x- Store: victoria secret i guess
-x- Season: Spring
In a guy/girl..
-x- Best eye color? green
-x- Best hair color? dark
-x- Short or long hair: short
-x- height: doesn't matter, everyone's tall compared to me
-x- Best weight: not scrawny
-x- Best articles of clothing: boxer briefs, jeans, white t-shirt, leather jacket....ooh la la
-x- Best first date location: my bed
-x- Best first kiss location: my bed
-x- # of drugs taken illegally: well, one, but I've done it a couple of times
-x- # of ppl i could trust with my life: quite a few
-x- # of Cds I own: i don't know, i don't sit around counting my cd's. over 100
-x- # of piercings: 2
-x- # of tattoos: 3, tweety on my shoulder, butterfly on my lower back, roses on my hip bone
-x- # of things that i regret in the past: can't think of anything
-x- hottest actress: i want to look like ashley judd
-x-hottest actor: Colin Ferrell, that's for sure!!!
-x-hottest female singer: um, beyonce
-x-hottest male singer: um...not sure, how odd that i can think of a hot female singer but not a hot male singer
-x-hottest female model: tryra banks, as bootylicious as a model can be
-x-hottest male model: once again, know the hot female but not the hot male
-x-celebrities you’ve met: none, i grew up in michigan
-x-concerts you’ve been too: Melissa Etheridge many times, billy joel and elton john, toad the wet sprocket, pat benatar, many concerts in bay city downtown (three dog night, guess who, etc.)
-x-best music video: dont' know
-x-best dancer: forrest gump? i mean, roy?
-x-musicians you’ve met: again, i grew up in michigan
-x-siblings: half brother, Steve
-x-pets: Bambi, my baby
-x-what you’re wearing: dress pants from ann taylor and a pink shirt, and panties and a bra of course
-x-favorite flower: sunflowers and daisies
-x-favorite perfume or cologne: romance by ralph lauren that i bought roy, makes me instantly horny
-x-sports/activities involved in: i'm gimpy, what do you think? well, besides oral sex
-x-favorite friends: bridget and laura are the ones i'm closest to
-x-favorite teacher: not sure
-x-been in detention: nope
-x-been suspended: nope
-x-religion: i'm not into organized religion
-x-death penalty: against, but i think i'd flip out and kill a person if they killed someone i loved
-x-political party: Democrat
-x-guns: guns are stupid
-x-health care: everyone should have healthcare
-x-meds: am i on any? just cold medicine and birth control
-x-assisted suicide: this is a hard one, if someone is terminally ill and going to die anyways i think it's there choice what to do, they should die in dignity, otherwise i think suicide is impulsive and never the right answer
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|Sunday, December 12th, 2004|
11:49 pm - Look! i'm a skinny black girl!!!!!
|Thursday, December 2nd, 2004|
|Wednesday, December 1st, 2004|
11:55 pm - New Treatment for DDD. (Stewart this is directed toward you)
Stewart, I saw this article on msn pointing out a new treatment for Drunk Dialing Disorder which so many people suffer from without hope of a cure up to this point. There is now groundbreaking treatment for this cruel disorder. |
Cell phone hangs up on drunken dialers
Last modified: November 30, 2004, 8:20 PM PST
By Iain Ferguson
Special to CNET News.com
Ever woken up one morning with a raging hangover that was promptly worsened by the memory of the drunken cell phone call to the ex at 3 a.m.?
If the memory is not painful enough, the aftermath--potentially involving apologies, restraining orders, a "friendly visit" from the ex's new partner (who is probably either a black belt in Zen Do Kai or a leading underworld figure) and sundry other humiliations--adds to the agony.
Amid the flurry of capped plans, bundling and discounting characterizing the pre-Christmas mobile marketplace, Australia's Virgin Mobile has sought to differentiate itself with a service tailored to help people avoid making those embarrassing drunken calls.
A survey of 409 people by Virgin Mobile, a joint venture of The Virgin Group and Optus, found 95 percent made drunken phone calls. Of those calls, 30 percent were to ex-partners, 19 percent to current partners, and 36 percent to other people, including their bosses.
The company said that, beginning Wednesday, Virgin Mobile customers could dial 333 plus a phone number they don't want to call when drunk. Virgin Mobile would--for a 25-cent fee--stop all calls to that number by blacklisting it until 6 a.m. the following day.
The move comes amid an intensifying price war between mobile players to secure customers, exemplified Tuesday by a flurry of announcements. Virgin is launching a new AU$45 (about $35) monthly cap that includes up to AU$200 (about $155) worth of mobile services, while rival Vodafone also launched a new AU$49 (about $38) cap that would allow customers to use up to AU$230 (about $178) worth of services.
For its part, Optus touted a service allowing its customers to call overseas on their mobiles for the cost of a local call.
Iain Ferguson of ZDNet Australia reported from Sydney.
current mood: amused
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|Thursday, November 18th, 2004|
You Are a New School Democrat
You like partying and politics - and are likely to be young and affluent.
You're less religious, traditional, and uptight than most Democrats.
Smoking pot, homosexuality, and gambling are all okay in your book.
You prefer that the government help people take care of themselves.
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|Thursday, November 11th, 2004|
12:08 pm - Fun article
This made me think of Bambi sleeping in the bed with Roy and I. And it also made me think of Stewart sleeping with his many pussies. :-P |
Go Ahead, Sleep With Your Dog
And, no, we don't mean it that way.
By Emily Yoffe
Posted Monday, Nov. 8, 2004, at 7:45 AM PT
Listen to this story on NPR's Day to Day.
I sleep with my pets. For more than 20 years, cats have shared my bed. My late cat, Shlomo, used to spend the night perched on top of my head, and I found this purring beret deeply comforting. When I just had cats, it never occurred to me that having pets in the bed was anything more than a harmless personal preference. Then I got a beagle and discovered the issue of allowing your dog to sleep with you is deeply fraught. Supposedly, bed privileges destroy the owner's standing as pack leader. Allowing a dog in the bed, I learned, is a critical dog-rearing error, like giving brandy to quiet a cranky baby and ending up with an alcoholic teenager.
The dogma was everywhere. A recent Washington Post interview with a dog trainer stated that a dog in bed is "a sign the dog is completely in charge. Get the dog off your bed. It can make a bigger difference than anyone can imagine." How To Be Your Dog's Best Friend, the dog obedience manual by the Monks of New Skete, advises letting the dog sleep on the floor in your bedroom, but never in your bed. A dog trying to get too intimate should receive "slapped paws and a shove off"—not wholly surprising advice from celibate trainers.
Despite this, my beagle, Sasha, got the opportunity to settle in for the night when my husband declared he was evicting from the bed our two current cats, all 36 pounds of them. He explained, "In the middle of the night they run up and down my body, then they sit on my chest and crush it."
Since I am a light sleeper, I told my husband it was hard to believe his description of our cats' ramblings. Ever the considerate wife, I suggested he might be having nocturnal psychotic episodes.
"Do I have to install a video camera?" he said. "They march up and down my body like they're on a picket line, then they sit on me. They're driving me crazy."
A few nights later, cats still in the bed, I got up at 4 a.m. to go to the bathroom. When I returned, there was Biscuit, sitting in the middle of my sleeping husband's chest, peering into his open mouth as if about to perform periodontal surgery. Goldie was climbing up my husband's legs. I was shaken. It was painful, but I agreed the next morning to banish the cats to the basement at night.
That left an opening for Sasha. She liked to curl up like an armadillo between our pillows during the day, but we had always moved her to her crate for the night. Despite the warnings of provoking deep status anxiety (my own), I decided to let her stay in the bed. I figured it was impossible that Sasha could wreak more havoc than she already was; she obviously wanted to be with us; and I missed the cats. Except for the occasional bout of rabbit-chasing during REM sleep, she has been a quiet and companionable bedmate. While her daytime behavior seems no worse, I have been troubled that I might be making a mistake that could come back to bite me.
There is historical evidence that sleeping with pets is not necessarily aberrant behavior. According to The International Encyclopedia of Dogs, the xoloitzquintli, or Mexican hairless, was used in pre-Aztec Mexico as both pet and bed warmer (and dinner—let's not talk about that here). An account from a 19th-century explorer in Australia, as quoted in The Domestic Dog, describes how Aborigines were so devoted to their dingoes that the dogs were treated as members of the family and allowed to sleep in the hut. (The rock group Three Dog Night takes its name from the supposed Aboriginal practice of judging the coldness of an evening by the number of dogs required to keep warm.)
And here in the land of the electric blanket and the 600-fill goose-down comforter, millions of pet owners are, like me, sacking out with their animals. A survey from the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association found that about 62 percent of American dog and cat owners keep their animals in the house at night, and of those, about half the cats and one-third of the dogs spend the night on the bed. Dr. John Shepard Jr., a physician at the Mayo Clinic Sleep Disorders Center, discovered so many of his haggard patients slept with their animals that he did a survey to see how much the pets disturbed their sleep: About half the pet sleepers said their animal woke them nightly.
But here's the good news. My unscientific survey of veterinary behaviorists concluded that as long as your pets are good at sleeping with you, it's just fine to sleep with them. Pets are not going to get any uppity ideas just because you're all snoring together, they say. Dr. Marsha Reich, who has a private animal-behavior practice in Maryland, says she disagrees with the notion that your dog will try to dominate you if allowed in bed. "It has nothing to do with social status," she says. The dog, like the owner, just likes being cozy and having a soft place to sleep. "Unless a dog growls when you roll over, I don't have a problem with a dog in the bed."
Dr. Nicholas Dodman, author of If Only They Could Speak and director of the Animal Behavior Clinic at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, celebrates the "warm and fuzzy feeling" of all species curling up in bed together. This is not to say that some animals don't abuse the privilege. He tells of one couple who came to him after their Yorkshire terrier, who liked to settle in with the wife when she went to bed early to read, took to lunging at the husband when he arrived. There was an obvious solution, and the couple chose it: The husband moved to the guest room. When this proved maritally unsatisfying, they turned to Dr. Dodman. He says such animals have to be re-educated by being placed in a crate at night, or even attached to a dog bed with a long line.
The most common problem with sleeping with cats, says Dr. Lynne Seibert, a behaviorist at the Veterinary Specialty Center in Lynnwood, Wash., is—as my husband can attest—they don't sleep. "Most of the issues I see are about exuberant play," she says. "They've got a captive audience and end up pouncing and scratching." The usual cause is that the cats have been home sleeping all day, leaving them ready to party all night. Seibert recommends getting the cats more daytime stimulation and engaging in a play session with them before bed.
Dog trainer Kathy Diamond Davis, in an article at veterinarypartner.com, writes that there's no reason a well-behaved dog shouldn't sleep on the bed. However, she recommends having the dog trained to reliably obey a "get off the bed" command, to be used in particular for those moments when "people want to be intimate." (For couples who don't use that command, she does not deal with the psychological damage the humans suffer when they find even their most fervent lovemaking doesn't wake the dog.)
I was relieved to learn that Sasha can stay, but I realized, even if the experts had told me I shouldn't let her, it wouldn't have made any difference. Maybe some of us are just born with a desire to sleep with animals. (This could be a debate subject in the next presidential election.) Take my friend Nancy, who has slept with dogs since girlhood. So deep is this need that she and her husband spent years with their epileptic Dalmatian on the end of the bed. The dog regularly woke them in the middle of the night, in midseizure, flailing around and losing control of bodily functions. They became like paramedics, spending the night ever-alert so at the first twitch they could get the dog on the floor and covered in towels. Now Nancy has a Jack Russell terrier puppy. The puppy spends the night burrowed deep under their covers, attached to Nancy like a tick. Nancy is in heaven.
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|Saturday, November 6th, 2004|
2:18 pm - I need to get away from the republicans!!!!
|Friday, October 22nd, 2004|
1:28 pm - who is that? just a random person?