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so i failed at blogging for a weak, and now i'm not using capitals, or much puncuation, except i am, it just isn't planned.

I don't know what to say. I just read Blood Wedding, and Lorca is really cool, I read a bunch of his poems lately, and it's really good.

i am also reading cowboy stories which is...different. in a good way.

I am also thinking about stargate, which isn't good for me. i should do something different. it's a waste of my time. but it's fun. i sit back and recognise that there's like, 16 seasons plus movies, and that's enough to last forever if I only watch it when i can't sleep, or when I'm also doing something else, which is what tends to happen.
I just started sg-1 after having seen the first two seasons or first season and a half of atlantis.
I know I should be watching the current sgu thing, but don't really feel like it. sgu doesn't have a fandom that i've stumbled across yet, where sga is absolutely every where, shiny lights saying read me! read me! so I watched enough to have an idea who these people are. It's nice.


no more blogging, i should sleep, but i"m not really tired, which is terrible. it's very warm.

Aware

Jun. 30th, 2010 01:02 am
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I am aware of all this crazy stuff on the internet, and I love it so much. There is a picture of the Young Avengers riding a unicorn. What could be cooler then that? The Young Avengers as cats? Got that too.

I just love the internet. It is made of crazy. It has warped me in excellent ways. So, so tasty and delicious ways. If it wasn't for the internets I would be a much more boring person. Healthier, arguably, but undoubtably more boring.

The web has it's own asthetic. I don't really mean the whole world wide web I guess, but the fanish corners where I hang out. That's where the real fun is, with insane theories that are made of crack and glitter.

I should write a love poem to the internet. Maybe that is what this here is right now, and I just haven't realised it yet. That's a possibilty. It could be sneak poetry. That would be really epic. Maybe this is a love poem to the internet, but an epic one, like beowulf, or the odessy.

Spending time on the interent is an odessy. A journey. A, I stopped making sense a while ago, so goodnight

truths

Jun. 29th, 2010 12:39 am
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Not much happening today. I was awake til five in the morning because I couldn't sleep, and that really wasn't fun.

I'm making plans to see a movie with a friend, and that makes me feel pleasantly grown up.

I listened to the Mountain Goats a lot, and that was very enjoyable.

I've been writing some, but not enough, it's rather disapointing.

Tonight I don't have much to say, I really should go to sleep now, but probably won't.

books

Jun. 28th, 2010 02:32 am
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I read a lot. I wish I read more. I wish I wrote more. I wish I had something more interesting to say.

The big cool thing in my life today is that once again we have a working refridgerator! After, like a month? Sometime my family is just ridiculous.
To celebrate I am going to make cake-pops. My dad thinks they sound gross, but I do not. I think they sound like fun.
What are cake-pops, you ask? Look and see cake-pops!

I hope that worked. I've never posted a link before.
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I just saw fight club! It was fantastic! Now I want to right about nihilism. I think nihilism can be a lot of fun, if you don't take it too seriously. See, I'm an agnostic, so I also don't believe in anything, but I don't disbelieve either. Somedays I believe in everything. Nihilism is fascinating, but I'm never quite sure if I really understand the point. There isn't supposed to be one?
Whatever.

I am also missing my friends. No one I want to see is in town/in communication/existing. Need Emma to come back to con into working on a project with me. I need someone with plot skills and a tast for serialized television to keep me on script. Without a partner in crime I am more liable to make dumb jokes like that!

good day

Jun. 25th, 2010 01:28 am
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Went to get comics, more on that eventually. It takes, like, an hour to get there on the 21, which is ridiculous, so I really have to start biking, or taking the 53, but both of those options involve more exercise.
I went biking tonight, to the birchwood, and dad bought me a cookie. It was very sweet of him. A five dollar bill fell out of his pocket and on to the couch tonight, and I left it there, but if he doesn't take it by the time I wake up tomorrow I'll probably take it. A girl has got to have limits, especially one with no cash.
Watch Funny People tonight. It was alright. I'm pretty sure that I was the one to add it to netflix, and wonder why? I don't like it's star or director, or the entire genre. That's a rant for a different day.

PAST SALAD

Jun. 24th, 2010 12:42 am
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I am the pasta salad queen. Emma is even said she would make me a crown, but hasn't yet. I made a big batch for dinner tonight, celebrating a friend's graduation with her family. It was nice.

Spent much of my day cooking, after waking up too early so mom was able to take me grocery shopping. As a result I didn't get comics, and am feeling a little bit bummed out.
Will do that tomorrow/today. May also walk to treehouse to get Jeremy Messersmith's new album, but will probably save that for a--well, not a rainy day, because it's a fair walk, but a day when I have less things to be excited about.
I have had his song "Dillinger Eyes" stuck in my head off and on for a couple days. I was going to post a video of it, but none exist. Sadness. It's a very good song, but I wonder if I would have found it so amusing if I wasn't friends with someone who is so into that time period?

The other local music I have been meaning to pick up is the new one by Dessa, of Doomtree. "Dixon's Girl" is quickly becoming the song of my summer.



It's a good song, and includes the name of my favorite saint.

I should go to sleep now. later.


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so, right of the bat, I fail. No blog yesterday, bad me. Oh well, such is life.
I made a list yesterday, and intended to post it, but then I forgot.

Five Characters with Really Awesome Coats. (unranked)
  • Angel
  • Spike
  • Harry Dresden
  • Mockingbird (the modern costume)
  • Captain Jack Harkness
There used to be a sixth member to the list, but I have forgotten who!
Let that be a lesson to you all in the importance of promptly recording all lists.
I went downtown today. It was nice. I had lunch with my Dad, and then went to the library, and got too many books, and then picked up groceries at target. Dad told me to get bread, and I had the really good idea of getting a baguette, and then cutting it up with butter and garlic inside, and throwing it on the grill with the hamburgers for a few minutes. It was delish.

Tomorrow is comics, so yea! I went to a comic book store in Cour d'Alene, Idaho, while on vacation, but I'll be glad to get back to my local.

Yesterday I moved a bunch of my books around, putting all the ones I haven't read in one place. I think I may have spent more time moving books then reading!

Later I think I'll post some music, to make up for yesterday...stay beautiful!

Summer

Jun. 20th, 2010 09:35 pm
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One of my summer plans is to return to blogging, and now seems like the time to begin. This will be my first time keeping a regular blog in years, and back then it wasn't a very good blog. I hope that this will be. I want to write a ton this summer, and this seems like a good way to share some of my writing with the world in a nonstressfull way.
I write a fair amount of fiction, but this will mostly be observations about books, movies, and culture.

I just watched the latest episode of Doctor Who, "The Pandorica Opens," and oh my god, it was stunning.

Oh god...

Apr. 21st, 2010 07:13 pm
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I haven't posted anything in weeks. Life has been busy, but I'm not making excuses. Just--fail. Sorry.
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The world is a very big place. Hugely, vastly, hardly comprehensibly big. The world is full of people, around six billion of them. Then there are the aliens, the highly intelligent animals, the time-lost artificial intelligences, and the magically conscious inanimate objects.
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Next time at S.A.F.E.- a confrontation, and maybe a death wish. The conclusion to this first arc!

tuesday

Mar. 23rd, 2010 10:35 pm
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So I was right about switching to everyother week. Be patient, I have something neat planned.

!

Mar. 16th, 2010 04:40 pm
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Salve readers!
I am so happy with this chapter. I took two weeks to write it, which was really nonstressful. I'm going to see what happens, but there's a good chance that I'm going to switch to an every other weekly posting schedual.
I would love to hear from all of you.

Stay Beautiful,
Bessie
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S.A.F.E. Agents generally don’t have much family, at least not ones they speak too. S.A.F.E. Agents don’t keep friends or lovers that feel they need to know what’s really going on, which tends to result in little serious socialization or fraternization outside the ranks.
It’s a job that eats the rest of your life, like a horde of starving orphans at a strip-mall buffet. S.A.F.E. agents go mad at alarming rates. Few retire, even fewer quit. Most of them just die. It takes a certain kind of crazy to be S.A.F.E.
At S.A.F.E. you have to accept things, impossible things, and you have to do it quick. Their lives are thriller/mystery, sci-fi/fantasy epics, that somedays follow plots uncomfortably close to romantic comedy formula. If it wasn’t a cliche, Edith would say they live the impossible. It's still true, she just doesn’t say it. Read more... )
Next time on S.A.F.E. - Lying, a more firmly established past, and a location.

off

Mar. 9th, 2010 06:03 pm
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There is NO STORY this week, because I have been sick, and have life-stuff going on.
Apologies.
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Some would call It a villain. Read more... )
Next Time on S.A.F.E. we learn how things are supposed to be, and ask hard questions.
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Drip, drip, drip, water making some faraway day’s stalactites. Long, sharp fingernails made of metal. Rats scurrying. Dark damp places with the ghosts of monsters at your feet. A samurai sword impaled in the bedrock. Spikes around wrists, no running away this time. Drip, drip, drip.
Some future, some past, and some hell of an imagination.
It’s burning, the baking, the bodies, they’re burning. Light fractured through crystals.
Morning can’t come too quick, sure as rabbits are rabbits, are things to be afraid of.
No, no that’s wrong.
Piper wakes gasping.
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Next time in S.A.F.E. the merits of revisionist history, and a doctor who could use some borders.
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As the head of S.A.F.E Edith Caralie doesn’t have much free time. Most spare moments are used in the pursuit of sleep, or spent scrubbing strange gunk out of her hair. She isn’t supposed to be an active field agent anymore, not since Merit dumped the organization in her lap months ago, but habits are hard to break, and it’s habit go stop the bad guys with action movie violence, not only using her wits and organizational skills.
It’s just that they’re so understaffed. Almost a third of active agents retired either shortly before, or in the wake of Merit’s departure, and she hasn’t gotten around to hiring on anyone new. Tomorrow, she thinks briefly before closing her eyes. I’ll bring it up at the meeting tomorrow, and shortly thereafter she is asleep.
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Next time in S.A.F.E.
Will Edith find a secretary? Will Oliver act like a responsible adult? Will Vivienne get to thrash someone?
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