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is pretty damned awesome. :)

9th-Apr-2009 09:29 pm - *snicker*
Thanks to Dusty's World:

clicky clicky.....Bukkake now illegal in Oregon...


20th-Mar-2009 11:07 pm - Quote of the night...
From the Colbert Report -

"Nation, I've always said that rainbows are just God's way of frowning at gay people."
17th-Feb-2009 08:14 pm - Wow....
Time flies......It's a year today since Tristin and I started dating. 

*happy dance*

It's amazing how phenomenal this year has been.......Doesn't seem like it could possibly have been this long already.
30th-Jan-2009 07:12 pm - Nom nom nom...
For all my friends in and around Fresno, I have the Girl Scout cookie hook-up!   My nieces are selling Girl Scout cookies.

(Obligatory cute picture of said nieces)
This year's cookie line-up:
Caramel De-Lites - cookie topped w/ caramel, coconut and chocolate
Peanut Butter Patties - cookie topped w/ peanut butter and covered in chocolate
Shortbread - plain shortbread cookies
Thank-A-Lot - chocolate frosted shortbread
Lemonades - lemon frosted shortbread
Thin Mints - chocolate mint cookie covered in chocolate
Peanut Butter Sandwiches - peanut butter sandwiched between 2 peanut butter cookies

Daisy GoRounds - reduced-fat cinnamon cookies packaged in 100-calorie packs (5 packs per box)

They're $4 per box and I can take orders for them 'til Friday, Feb. 6th.  Payment's not due until the cookies are delivered in early March.

27th-Jan-2009 06:39 pm - War Hamsters

Is it wrong that I want to have a small army of these fight a large cat in battle armor?

25th-Jan-2009 09:42 pm - Geek-riffic

19th-Dec-2008 07:12 pm - Why am I surprised?
Supporters of Prop 8 said they wouldn't seek to revoke the marriages of Gays and Lesbians who were married during the 5 months they were legal in California.  Naturally, that was complete bullshit...  A lawsuit was filed this morning to nullify all existing same sex marriages in California.  Here's the story from CNN:


Hateful, self-righteous bastards.
3rd-Dec-2008 06:47 pm - Prop 8 the Musical
Stolen from kimber1337 


28th-Nov-2008 02:42 pm - I *heart* Princeton students

11/24/08--Princeton, NJ

A group of students at Princeton University would like to eliminate the right of freshmen to walk on campus sidewalks. Stating that they would like to "preserve traditional sidewalk values" that define a sidewalk as a "pathway for sophomores, juniors, seniors, graduate students, faculty, staff, and other members of the university community," the group, which is acting in support of a measure termed "Princeton Proposition 8," is now entering its second successful week of demonstration.

The students emphasize that they are not "froshophobic" and that some of their best friends are freshmen, but they maintain that freshmen on the sidewalk degrade the sacred institution of sidewalks, and jeopardize the validity of upperclassmen's own perambulation. It also makes some of them uncomfortable. They are very excited that California's Proposition 8 has set a clear precedent for a majority to eliminate a minority group's civil rights, and they see it as a perfect opportunity to utilize this development for their own gain.

The demonstration, which has featured signs, chants, and original music, has collected almost 500 signatures for a petition in support of Princeton Proposition 8, including those of many professors and even University President Shirley M. Tilghman. A video report of the protest produced by the University's 'Daily Princetonian' has received 21,000 views on YouTube in just two days. It has also been featured on dozens of regional and national blogs including Campus Progress Action's Pushback, DailyKos, and Andrew Sullivan's Daily Dish. The organizers of the demonstration have also begun outreach to other universities.

The demonstration will continue at the plaza in front of Firestone Library on the Princeton campus between 9:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Monday 11/24 and Tuesday 11/25.

The Princeton Proposition 8 campaign aims to secure the definition of Princeton University sidewalks as a means of pedestrian transit for sophomores, juniors, seniors, graduate students, faculty, staff, and other members of the university community, but supports the elimination of the right of freshmen to walk on sidewalks.

Only walking on sidewalks by sophomores, juniors, and senior students is valid or recognized at Princeton.


Contact: Christopher Simpson

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