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Okay... Jan. 5th, 2005 @ 05:06 pm
No one reads my posts and I am saddened. At least look at the last one. That one cracks me up.

"Why do so many people get hooked on McDonald's at an early age? Because kids learn to associate positive happy emotions with their happy meals and toys, and it conditions them into adulthood."
..."That's why every time we drive past McDonald's, I'm gonna punch my kid in the face."
Aura: aggravatedaggravated

XD Jan. 1st, 2005 @ 03:57 am
Aura: crazycrazy

Crazed entertainment? Here you go: Dec. 28th, 2004 @ 03:51 pm
For your Ipod: http://www.podcastalley.com

Make your own snowflakes: http://snowflakes.lookandfeel.com/

Get anagrams: http://www.anagramgenius.com/server.html

This game is addictive: http://www.shockwave.com/sw/content/texttwist

Bored: http://www.bored.com


Satantic messages in Led Zeppelin's song Stairway to Heaven, just go there: http://led-zeppelin.j1media.com/

The funniest site on the whole internet, dammit: http://www.michaelkelly.fsnet.co.uk/karl.htm

Aura: accomplished
Tunes: Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground...The White Stripes

I know the answer! Dec. 26th, 2004 @ 01:40 pm
If everyone read books and didn't do anything else, what would the books be about?>>>>> Well I suppose the books would be about writing books. Coincidentally, about 90% of all fiction does actually have content about, well, writing. Writers have no lives, it is their ultimate goal to make writing and being an alienated loser sound cool so people will like and respect them through their books. It makes a lot of good, sound, logical sense, which is why writers are such logical and analytical thinkers as a whole. Thank you.

Okay....go here:

Aura: hornysardonic

~_~; Dec. 25th, 2004 @ 11:26 am
Site of the Day!

Here is a site... it has many classics for free, online! So goo and read up all you reading lovers out there! Or print them out then read, your choice.

Aura: coldcold feet (they are!)
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» Once Again I meet the Site of the Day...
Site of the Day!

You must see it to believe. They are taking over the world I tell you!

Ok, now restaurant reviews!

Thai Kitchen:
Just west of Walsh Tatlon and BeeCaves

OMG, I love this place, I love the thai food, and the sticky rice is to die for. The enviroment could use some work (its pretty run down) but don't let that stop you the food is awesome. This is a great place to bring a group of friends or to just go to have a long dinner with a friend (no romantic stuff). 4/5

FOOD: 5 (If you like something exotic, this is a nice place to go)
ENVIROMENT: 3 (Kinda run Down)
SERVICE: 3 (Can be slow, normally very very fast, but slowness will not be forgiven!)
» ~Site of the Day~
Site of the Day!

An odd site, be warned, it is somewhat adultish at times (rather often actually, but pretty much all humor). Has a large archive of flash movies and games for you to watch. Enjoy~

» Ok now that introductions are over...
Ok so I've made the introduction now onto real topics of discussion. I have been reading A Series of Unfortunate Events. It is a book series as some of you know that is meant for children mainly and has a movie now. The books are quite charming and fun and should be read by anyone who wants to see some inventive and interesting adventure, be forewarned though, the name does live up to itself as I have yet to see many / any really good events happen to the characters. But they are quite good to read and I would give them 2 thumbs up if I could show them through the computer.
» Woot I made it! my own community, I feel loved...
So here I am now abusing my rights and becoming the admin of a community that is going to be spammed to heck with joyous and fun stuff. Please if anything you are doing and you find it fun, post it here and tell me/us about it (mostly me right now I guess). So I will get this party started by mentioning my once again site of the day.

Site of the Day: Homestar Runner

Now you guys feel free to post your interest as of late; be it books, movies, tv, art, or even comic books.
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