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To keep me linked even when I only seem to post triffles.

Popular interests among akrissy's friends
1. reading (10) 11. neil gaiman (5)
2. cooking (9) 12. fantasy (5)
3. polyamory (9) 13. bondage (5)
4. science fiction (8) 14. music (4)
5. bdsm (7) 15. folklore (4)
6. writing (7) 16. history (4)
7. cats (6) 17. ritual (4)
8. books (6) 18. terry pratchett (4)
9. pagan (6) 19. firefly (4)
10. erotica (6) 20. industrial (4)
Interests gestalt
My most interesting friend is [livejournal.com profile] kinkypagan who has 12 of these interests,
followed by [livejournal.com profile] tafkar (11), [livejournal.com profile] tcb (10) and [livejournal.com profile] kimberlogic (9).
Normality Index
My friends are 68.22% normal.
Analyze me !
Popular interests created by _imran_
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Radio Paradise, my favorite online radio station and connection to sanity at work, is auctioning off part of their CD collection.
The price is already out of my range, but I'm glad they will get a lot for the sale of the CDs. Radio Paradise is on of the few internet sites that I do budget to support.
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Maybe this has been mentioned before and I missed it...

The Robert A. Heinlein Centennial

The Robert A. Heinlein Centennial will be a major event with at least four distinct "tracks" within its confines. We expect more than 3,000 visitors to participate.
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I know I've been quiet for a long while, but I thought I'd throw this up anyway.

1. What's the first word that comes to mind when you think of me?
2. Go to http://images.google.com/ and search for that word.
3. Reply to this post with one of the pictures on the first page of results (don't tell me the word, I want to try and guess).
4. Put this in your own LJ so that I can do the same.

yoinked from [livejournal.com profile] gyrmnir
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Standing on the tarmac in Asheville NC, with a strong breeze blowing across my face and body, I could actually feel it washing away the stresses of this last week. So real was this feeling, that I started crying. The power of the element of AIR offered healing to me and I accepted.
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We just arrived in Asheville NC for our weekend w/Mom.
As we are driving the long way home from dinner, (down the river road, through a tunnel, meandering past the parks and avoiding the malls), we drive through the middle of the 'city'. At the very center, in the little sitting park, there is a drum circle ! Awesome sounds of jimbes and other drums echoing off the buildings. A small group of college looking folks drumming away. With a small crowd of people just hanging around enjoying. Especially the very young kids. It is amazing to watch children who almost instinctually know that the sound of the drumming is a sign to move and be free of the cares of the world.
This is a good start to the weekend.
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I'm going to be 'that guy' this time. You know... the one that cooks the bbq on the first warm evening in the spring and everyone else walks through the neighborhood only thinking about it good it would be.

I LOVE OUR ELECTRIC GRILL. BBQ chicken for my dinner tonight.
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You scored as Techie. You are backstege, and building the set. Watch out for that stage manager! You probably know the lines better than the actors...that's nothing new. Keep up the good work!




Costume Designer


Supporting Role




Stage Manager


Lead Role


Which type of Theatre Person Are You?
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The Virginia General Assembly seems to think we need a law to protect us from indecent underwear displays.

This targets the low riding pants of young men. And while I might not appreciate the style, (makes it impossible to admire cute butts), I really don't think we need a LAW against this. I have to wonder how many staffers will be upset when they realize that this would also mean women showing off the back of their thong underwear would also be breaking the law. I bet there are never any complaints about THAT occasional view.
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any recommendations for ordering business cards online? good pricing, good results?
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NASA scientists studying the Indonesian earthquake of Dec. 26, 2004,have calculated that it slightly changed our planet's shape, shaved almost 3 microseconds from the length of the day, and shifted the North Pole by centimeters.

crosspost to [livejournal.com profile] nikkinewsnet
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Skip this post if you are limiting your exposure to this sadness.
Read more... )
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Here these words in the commerical made be cry.

• More than 14 million children worldwide have been orphaned because of AIDS. That's the equivalent of every child under five in America with no one to watch over them.

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I'm seeing lots of posts about the new proposed legislation by Delegate John A. Cosgrove(R) - House District 78 (City of Chesapeake (part)) about HB 1677 Fetal death; report by mother, penalty. I offer you to follow the progress of this bill on the Virginia Legislation Site. It will track all changes and alterations to this bill. You can look up and track any past or present VA bills and see how the original proposed bill gets mangled into the law that gets signed. (really, some of these get messed up beyond recognition.) Here is Cosgrove's contact info for any email or fax numbers if you would like to comment directly. You can also look up your local representative and notify them of your position on this bill. NOTE: so far, there are no other patrons listed for this house bill.

Multi pass

Jan. 6th, 2005 07:59 pm
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The Fifth Element (Ultimate Edition) to be released January 11th.

*grin* I'm such a Disaster Film Junkie

as well as
Amazon lists these "Customers who bought this DVD also bought:"

* Blade Runner (The Director's Cut) DVD ~ Harrison Ford (Rate it)
* Leon - The Professional (Uncut International Version) DVD ~ Jean Reno (Rate it)
* DVDs from The Matrix Series.
* DVDs from The Starship Troopers Series.
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but maybe worse....
Information about the upcoming, Spring 2005, sequel.
A zoo stage. Like screaming cats and people weren't entertaining enough.

Some . random comic on the band wagon.
And the music? there is a Soundtrack. Yikes
The soundtrack is available at http://www.play-asia.com/paOS-13-71-8l-77-1-15-Katamari+Damacy-70-bi5.html
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For those of you familiar with SciFi art, Frank Kelly Freas passed away this morning.
We were notified today and offer our condolences to our friends.


"Recognized as the most prolific and popular Science Fiction artist worldwide, FRANK KELLY FREAS has illustrated stories by some of Science Fiction's greatest writers: Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, Arthur C. Clarke, A. E. Van Vogt, Poul Anderson, and Frederik Pohl, to name a few. Nominated an unprecedented twenty times, Freas was the first to receive ten Hugo Awards (World Science Fiction "Oscars") for achievement in the field as Best Professional Artist.
He has been active in the Science Fiction field since 1950. In the course of his remarkable career, his endeavors have covered many areas including MAD Magazine covers from 1955 to 1962. An official NASA mission artist, his space posters hang in the Smithsonian. He was commissioned by the Skylab I astronauts to design their crew patch.
You can find his art on record and CD albums (for instance his cover for Queen's first two million sale: News of the World, or on the cover of DC Comics' 1992 STAR TREK ANNUAL. He painted beautiful women on the noses of World War II bombers, as well as portraits of five hundred saints for the Franciscans. He's also been commissioned to create biomedical art. Author and illustrator of the books The Astounding Fifties, Frank Kelly Freas: The art of Science Fiction, and A Separate Star, as well as a number of magazine articles, he now resides in the Los Angeles area."
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Hope your New Year celebrations were great and your travels were safe.
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A listing of US City Populations over 100,000.

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