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Tuesday, April 15th, 2008
1:24 pm - Laptop still down
...but my data has been recovered so I can finish posting my March play list.  
My mood is improving.  I haven't wanted to torture and dismember someone since 9am this morning.
Here is a list of the balance of the list.  I'll post as I can get them uploaded.
"Alabama Clay" by Garth Brooks
"What She Is, (Is a Woman In Love)" by Earl Thomas Conley
"Rockin' Years" by Dolly Parton and Ricky Van Shelton
"He Ain't Worth Missing" by Toby Keith
"Real Love" by Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers
"Ships That Don't Come In" by Joe Diffie
"She's Too Good To Be True" by Exile
"Hold Me" by K.T. Oslin
"The Song Remembers When" by Trisha Yearwood
"Small Town Girl" by Steve Wariner
"Right From The Start" by Earl Thomas Conley
"Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses" by Kathy Mattea
"Nobody In His Right Mind" by George Strait
"Bop" by Dan Seals
"The Bed You Made For Me" by Highway 101
"My Blue Angel" by Aaron Tippin
"In This Life" by Colin Raye
"Amarillo By Morning" by George Strait
"Aces" by Suzy Bogguss
"Letting Go" by Suzy Boggus
"Cadillac Style" by Sammy Kershaw
"Dirt Road" by Sawyer Brown
"For Lack of Better Words" by Restless Heart
"Haunted Heart" by Sammy Kershaw
"Woke Up In Love" by Exile

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Thursday, March 27th, 2008
2:00 pm - Cold and Rain...
Must be my birthday, LOL. It never fails. Rain or snow on the 27th of March.  
As promised, here is my favorite song...ever.  No leeway, nothing.  I fell in love with it at 7 and still love it now.  I've only ever heard it on the radio ONCE.  I was with Mom and Gran in the car being drug to my spring concert for school and I heard the last half of it.  Loved it and waited to find out what it was and hear it again... It took 2 years for that to happen.  A friend copied some songs to a tape for me and filled the leftover space with the rest of Garth Brooks' "In Pieces" album.  Shear, dumb luck.  But there it was...track # 7 "The Red Strokes".  I knew it instantly,  The melody, the words,  I felt like it was so familiar even then.  I find it unsurprising that an Aries picks a song about passion., fire, uncontrol. I get lost in it every time.  It was the reason I started teaching myself guitar (which I Suck at, I have no coordination, Ding ding ding ding, ping "you #&*$&#*^&^&*#%&*#%^&*$&*(&%&&^&!!!!!!!!!!!!!! is a pretty fair description of my "lessons")  It video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jb6RHJMrm2w is totally out there but it did win video of the year.  My head is too mushy from it to go on more, but I'll post the rest of ththis month's playlist when my computer is fixed but I have no ETA.
The Red Strokes
by Garth Brooks


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Monday, March 17th, 2008
11:22 am - It's that time of year...
My laptop has died AGAIN.  It just isn't getting power.  I got a different cord and still nothing.  I think it's the power connection inside the computer.  I have an appointment with a tech guy today at 1:30 after my Latin class.  My music posting is on hiatus I can still do my birthday post on the 27th but that is it at the moment. Wish me luck.

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Wednesday, March 5th, 2008
7:49 pm - Hehe...got distracted by Age of Mythology

This is for the 5th.  I'll do the 6th later.
In the Heart of a Woman by Billy Ray Cyrus
Yes...THAT Billy Ray Cyrus.  I much perfer his slow songs over the party songs.  "Some Gave All",  "Cover to Cover", and "Words By Heart" are all favorites that I need to acquire for my hard drive, but I've always loved the melody and message in this one.  It's one of those "advice" songs like "Somebody Will" and "Chiseled in Stone" with a little bit of self flagration like "What Mattered Most" and "Today's Lonely Fool" thrown in.  The music rocks on it.  The steady into hints at building force but you don't quite expect how it goes.  It has a constant awareness to it even when it seems to disappear.

Note to self...the month old wrist sprain isn't up to lifting the laptop unaided yet.  Must stop trying.  Maybe wrapping it a little as a reminder would help.

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Tuesday, March 4th, 2008
12:14 am - An odd place...

...is where I've been lately.  I have anti-social tendencies to begin with and from time I don't want to deal with people period, but this has been the longest.  My sleep cycle has reversed to the point I sleep when someone's home.  I addressed Christmas cards and couldn't make myself send them even with Mom's prodding.  I may send them eventually.  They are starting to bug me which is good.  I've been logging into YIM invisibley which is an improvement.  I even chatted twice in the last couple weeks.  Kat had kittens before Thanksgiving and though I have pics, I haven't scanned them in.  She had four, lost one soon after, and Quinn (Tarquin) died suddenly last week of unknown causes.  Prynn (T'Prynn) and Lee (Tarleton) are their usual selves.  They take after their mother, especially Prynni. With next week being Spring Break, I may get the pics up.  I'm rambling.  Let's move on to what nudged me into posting.

I had an idea months ago to do this.  Since my taste in music is a little offbeat, country mostly but generally older or obscure stuff, I decided to pick 31 of my favorites from my library and post one everyday in March for my birthday in no particular order, but reserving my favorite for the 27th.

Here's the first four to catch up and a little commentary. 
"Don't Go Out" by Tanya Tucker and T. Graham Brown
One of my favorite duets ever. I love the music and the lyrics are powerful and the two come together amazingly. It's a classic tale of mutual, unrequited love with intense jealousy mixed in.  One part "I know just what she'll do. Her kind is never true.  He can't take care of you like me." always gives me chills.
She's best known for "Delta Dawn", but I like "Strong Enough To Bend" and "Pride of Franklin County" better, though I'm not sure if I have either one on CD.  "I Won't Take Less Than Your Love" is a classic, though not often played like most of her duets.
He's totally underated.  "Darlene" probably is the most played (and easiest to find), but he's best known for "Wine Into Water" (still looking), a pretty intense song sometimes refered to as the alcoholic's prayer.  I've only got two other of his songs in my library, but both are top notch.  "Hell and High Water" (a guy offering a friendly shoulder when you know he wants more) and "Love is Blind" a duet with Suzy Bogguss I found a couple of weeks ago on a compilation of various artists that I picked up for a couple hard to find songs. I'd never heard of it and wasn't sure what I'd think.  I'm now wondering why in the hell, I've never heard it before.  It's jewel.  I love a play on words and these two are so good together.  I'm actually wondering how it didn't make this list.

"She's a Miracle" by Exile
My two favorite bands made this first group.  I'm drawn to harmonies as you'll probably notice; both groups are known for them.
Exile writes most of their own stuff and some for other artists.  "It Ain't Easy Being Easy" (listening to it now actually) by Janie Fricke and Alabama's version of "The Closer You Get" and "Take Me Down" became major hits and all get 5 star rating in my Media Player.  
J.P. Pennington can write and sing a love song and make you feel every note.  I had trouble choosing, especially against "Woke Up In Love", but I like the piano on this one.  I could easily recomend every one of theirs.  With titles like "I Could Get Used to You" and "Super Love" you know they have to be interesting,

"When She Cries" by Restless Heart
God, what can I say for this one.  It speaks for itself,  
"When she cries, at night, and she doesn't think that I can hear her. She tries to hide all the fear feels inside. So I pray, this time, I can be the man that she deserves, 'cause I die a little each time, when she cries"
It's the ultimate tribute to the woman behind the man and wanting to repay her. It is a little unusual for them because it isn't the normal guy on lead vocals but it was a good choice. 

"Holdin' A Good Hand" by Lee Greenwood
I love interesting imagries, plays on words, and driving melodies and this is the hat trick.

Lee Greenwood is best known for "God Bless the USA", but he's got a couple duets out there I love. "Hopelessly Yours" makes me laugh.  I keep looking for my copy of "Dixie Road" to upload it but no luck so far.

Let me know what you think.  If you're interested in some song I mentioned and I've got it, I'll upload it for you.  Feel free to prod me into interacting. It might actually work.

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Tuesday, November 13th, 2007
6:22 pm - An odd gift to the flist from my mom...
I mentioned to Mom that some people were posting recipes, she gave me one to post.  I hope I have it right.  It's pretty easy, but I don't think I've had it.  Mom said it is a good holiday treat.  

Cherry Angel Food Cake
1 can of cherry pie filing
1 Angel Food cake mix

1. Mix the cake mix and can of filling together and pour it in a loaf pan.

2. Bake according to the directions on the mix box.

3. Slice and enjoy

Mom is considering trying it with crush pineapple. I'll let you know how it goes. 

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Monday, November 5th, 2007
8:38 pm - The klutz in me strikes again
Long story but I think I can shorthand it.
I have worn Express Rider "Trivette" cowboy boots as my everyday shoe since I was in 8th Grade. I started with a 9 1/2 and long ago settled in at a 10 1/2 (in Men's). My most recent pair were falling apart so I started hunting a new pair which normally means simply keeping an eye open at Walmart for a week or 2 'til they get my 10 1/2s. Well...it seems that they will no longer be carrying them so we have been madly hunting for one last pair of Trivettes so I would have shoes that I could wear socks in to be able to go try on shoes to find new shoes. After hitting several Walmarts with no boots (but I spotted 3 model kits I'm going to have to get) we were getting panicked.  I needed boots and it was getting cold here.  Out of sheer luck I found a pair at the Walmart at home Sat. so I started breaking them in this morning.
The left is never a problem. Seams are right where I need it to flex.  The right is a very different story.  I've never had a right shoe that worked for me as designed.  My foot bends side to side instead of up and down so it takes a couple days to get the boot to fit right. Until then I can't really feel how I'm stepping.
This morning as I was on the steps, locking up to leave I misstepped. fell forward, skinning a spot on my finger and as I discovered later, knocking a hole in the side of my right, upper third molar when my jaw hit the door jamb.. Yay...I had a crack running up the side of it from accidently backhanding myself about 5 years ago. It  doesn't hurt, but it is sharp and odd feeling. I think I may have to find a dentist and have it filled.  
I've NEVER had dental work other than cleaning and the occasional grinding. I've never had a cavity, but I break teeth fairly regularly. Top half of the outside cusps of the second, left, lower molar and the tip of a canine have been broken off.  All 8 incisors have been chipped at some point and 2 could use a little grinding right now.  I' ve been looking around to see what can be done. I don't like needles.  I put enough holes in me by accident. I make a practice of not doing them on purpose unless there is no other option.
Anybody know of something along the lines of tooth spackle?

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Thursday, October 25th, 2007
2:17 pm - Happiness meme, cause I'm happy.

It won't last but I'll enjoy it while I can.  I saw it on

sowritesauds's Lj and will thus blame her.
6 Things That Have Made Me Happy

1. I have a new Hard Drive and a 5pm appointment to have it put in. Yes, I'm hyper now.  I'm on the verge of getting a lappy fix and ending withdrawl.  YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2. I found a Soviet Tank Commander figure I like. http://www.coloradominiatures.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=3302
3. The book Soviet Rifleman 1941-45 was released just when 'm working on one. 
4. Scale Model Contest with Mom. 
5. Watching my cats.
6. A bus shelter in cold weather.


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Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007
6:09 pm - A few things
*Interesting local story-http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20071023/ap_on_fe_st/odd_parrot_s_alert;_ylt=AgtatwqhKLL3srnLgCaVYe.s0NUE 

*I went to Best Buy again. They have some Hard Drives in transit but they will neither hold one for me nor call me when they come in. Anyone interested in starting a betting pool on how many times I have to go in there with no results before I cause bodily harm?

*I'm posting my address for those who want it in a filtered entry.  Who wants it other than willow_wand? I'll add you to the filter.

*Mom and I finally went to the IPMS meeting in Cincinati after years of saying we were and not going.  We were going to the Indianapolis one this last March until Mom had here accident.  We did really well getting there. We went past it but we knew it so that wasn't bad.  Coming back though Mom made a right on Colerain instead of a left and we were majorly lost but we found our way back without help!

*In reference to the above, Mom is SOOOO my enabler for my plastic habit. I swore to myself I'd pass on kits and focus on references and aftermarket stuff (decals, resin bits, photoetch, etc).  I bought NOTHING of the sort.  There are TWELVE new kits (well new to me) in the closet.  Mom paid for all of them.  I knew when I saw 3 mounted Napoleonic figure kits that those would be coming home with me (the guy threw in a French Infantryman in the same series for free).  Mom likes horses.  At least we didn't fight when I opened them up to look at them.  I looked at the man and Mom wanted the mount! The USS Indianapolis, a Air to Air Missile assortment, and 6 airplanes round out the  bunch. (2 MiGs, an Oscar, Kannenvogel, Red Arrows Hawk and the Storch w/ Kugelwagen I'd been wanting.) And yes she knows how many kits I have.  She has a printed out list.

*Why is it that, as many ship models get sold, only one major company makes a good match for Anti-fouling Red and I can't find it either in a shop, at the model show, or one of the largest mail order model shops in the states?

*Have a couple of pics to scan and post when the lappy is back up.  I'm love to make the one into an icon with a comment on normalcy on it.  (Romulus was playing in the pond.)

*My pencil bag full of color pencils is hiding in my room somewhere and it's making me crazy.  It's hard to do color research when you can't color code notes. They are there some where.  Oddly enough, looked at WalMart and didn't see the 72ct Roseart like I've got, somewhere... Okay I've vented enough.

current mood: hungry

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Thursday, October 18th, 2007
2:08 pm - Courney Wells, Butt of the Universes Jokes since 1984

Everyone knows the laptop is sick I suppose.  I'm going through family tree withdrawl.  I'm doing random relative searches on the SSDI for FUN!  For those of you who don't know what that is it is the Social Security Death Index. 
In the middle of July when the Lappy experienced Blue Screen of Death, I broke out the Recovery disk, but since I didn't want to erase everything I hunted down my copy of XP to try running the Repair Function, Safe Mode, WGA...
Last Fri. I went over to Tech Services here at the school and they run a diagnostic.  I have bad spots on my hard drive and now that I thing about it, I propably always have.  I use the following as evidence:
* My Decal Maker software wouldn't run the English Language pack, but would the French.  It probably went on a bad spot and wouldn't read.
* The Bond Wizard from the treasury won't update pricing since I updated the software. Again, that file is probably on a bad spot.
* One campaign on Age of Empires won't run.
* InterActual crashes everytime I try to use the menu to watch Hidalgo.  Media Player does fine.
SEE A PATTERN??? Little files that don't run.  I updated Windows and turned it off to go eat, and it never came back.  Seems the updated WINSRV was written on a bad spot.
I was given 2 options:
1 Reformat the disk, lose everything and have the same problem down the road.
2 Replace the hard drive and transfer what files are good if they can be gotten off.
Welllllp.....since I don't need it, need it this semester, best take care of it now and since it's an 80GB, let's upgrade it.  I checked online and at Staples and Best Buy.  Staples was a fiasco. More on that later.  Best Buy had a 160GB with a 3 yr warranty that was perfect for it. I double checked with their tech guy to be sure it would work. It would.  I got an item ticket with the stock number, price, and description at 14:57 on Tues.  Talked to Mom and she put the money in my checking yesterday since I had a balance of $3.62.  I went in at 11:30 this morning and they were SOLD OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Some days it isn't worth shooing the cats off you to get out of bed.
As my Uncle Eddie said "If it wasn't for back luck, you wouldn't have any at all."  
There aren't any coming in Fri. and I hope to to be at the scale model show in Sharonville Sat.  Wish me luck.

Now for Staples... I stopped in Sunday afternoon since we were there and I wanted to see what they had, so I ran it.  Actually it was a slow and deliberate limp, since I missed my bus transfer last Wed. and got to walk the 40 blocks home in the drizzle and picked up a pair of blisters for my trouble. 
I get in there and find what I'm looking for, but I want to talk to somebody about upgrading. As I'm looking over the various models, I hear and odd noise and look up...Some simpleton that works there is SKIPPING down the front aisle, holding a container of cheese puffs over his head.  He is being chased by TWO female co-workers one my age and one older, in her 30's maybe.  My eyes then fall on a fourth employee hanging up merchandise.  I catch her eye, point to the sign that says "for more information ask an employee", and motion her over.  She looks at me, blinks a few times, and ignores me.  They have the hole in my foot to thank for their worthless lives.  If I'd been up to it, I'd have beaten them all for worthlessness.  I stormed out and several other people did as well in the 20 mins I was there.  If the place goes under, it is their fault.

I'm bored out of my mind.  The copy of Star Trek Legacy for PC that is an early Christmas gift is mocking me. I actually feel weird doing something and saving it to a jump drive.  It's like I'm cheating on the lappy.  I'm weird. DEAL WITH IT!  Both the Hiddensee and the Soviet figure I'm working on are AWOL.  I think I set the container down to help carry in groceries and the cats have done something to it.
My options of what to do are basically:
*Pokemon on Gameboy
*Work on "Trackside Conversations"
*Cross stitch kit of a Carousel Horse started in my jacket pocket
*Work on my scale model website
*Research colors, etc for my missing models for when I find them.
Just suggest something from the list or something else please.  I'm double checking my stash inventory for Sat. Like I need to.  I know everything on it. SAVE ME!!!

current mood: annoyed

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Monday, October 15th, 2007
7:30 pm - Trackside Conversations- Ch.1 #5972
Trackside Conversations
By Cassibill
Beta dragon_animagus
Chapter 1: #5972
            “Hello, Arthur. Molly said you’d be out here.”
            “David, how’d you get here! Not that I’m not glad to see you, but Muggles aren’t supposed to be able to get here. The wards must be wonky.”
            “The wards are just fine. Hermione brought me along when she came to see Ron. I have something you might be interested in.”
            Arthur eyed the package in David Granger’s hands with a glee that he knew well. A Muggle had Muggle things and nothing caught Arthur Weasley’s attention like Muggle objects.

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Monday, October 1st, 2007
2:17 pm - My heathens strike again
My set of mic/headphones died over the summer, so Mom bought me a new pair about the last week of August.  Today I plugged them in and am only getting sound in one ear....someone nearly chewed through the cord!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! One of my  girls no doubt. GAH!!!!!!!!!!!!! Seems placing them 4 feet off the ground and trying to keep the cats out of the room failed. Now to explain to Mom...[/rant]

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Thursday, September 27th, 2007
5:46 pm - Taken from Alloy
Any one surprised I'm a computer/ Space Geek?
In 1984 (the year you were born)

Ronald Reagan is president of the US

On a Challenger mission, two astronauts become the first humans to fly free of a spacecraft

An Union Carbide insecticide plant in Bhopal, India seeps toxic gas killing over 2,000

Penthouse magazine publishes nude photographs of Miss America Vanessa Williams

The Soviet Union boycotts the Los Angeles Summer Olympics

Richard Stallman starts developing GNU

"Where's the Beef?" commercial campaign for Wendy's airs for the first time

The Apple Macintosh, the first consumer computer to use a computer mouse and GUI interface, is introduced by Apple

Ethiopian famine begins

Mandy Moore and Avril Lavigne are born

Detroit Tigers win the World Series

Los Angeles Raiders win Superbowl XVIII

Edmonton Oilers win the Stanley Cup

Ghost Busters, Beverly Hills Cop, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Gremlins, and The Karate Kid are top grossing films

"When Doves Cry" by Prince and the Revolution spends the most time at the top of US charts

Michael Jackson's hair catches fire during the filming of a Pepsi commercial

The Cosby Show, Punky Brewster, and Who's the Boss? premiere
Since I've been thinking about my Gran lately I did this one.

In 1916 (the year you were born)

Woodrow Wilson is president of the US

The first birth control clinic opens in Brooklyn

Congress submits the 18th Amendment (Prohibition) to the states

Woodrow Wilson appoints Louis Brandeis to be the first Jewish member of the Supreme Court

Congress passes the first law to regulate child labor

Declaring "He Kept Us Out of War," Democrats succeeded in re-electing President Wilson

Jackie Gleason and Gregory Peck are born

Henry James dies

Boston Red Sox win the World Series

Montreal Canadiens win the Stanley Cup

"I'm often imitated but never duplicated."
'What is your personal life motto?' at QuizGalaxy.com

 And the universe does a happy dance every time.  Two of me would just be too much.

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Wednesday, September 26th, 2007
7:48 pm - taken from gijane7702
Your Linguistic Profile:

60% General American English

15% Yankee

10% Dixie

5% Midwestern

5% Upper Midwestern

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Thursday, September 13th, 2007
7:10 pm - Taken from most everyone


Building Inspector






Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration Tech






General Contractor



Industrial Machinery Mechanic



Stationary Engineer



Elevator Installer and Repairer



Property Manager



Automobile Assembler



Landscape Architect



Office Machine Repairer



Printing Press Operator



Tool and Die Maker






Race Car Mechanic



Miner (Underground)



Heavy Equipment Mechanic



Farm Equipment Mechanic



Automobile Mechanic



Motorcycle Mechanic



Diesel Mechanic



Aircraft Mechanic



Appliance Repairer






Cable Installer and Repairer



Production Woodworker



Small Engine Mechanic



Computer Support Person






Water Treatment Plant Operator



Sheet Metal Worker












Industrial Designer



Veterinary Technician



Power Plant Operator






Exhibit Designer

Notice a pattern here...What do you guys think? Which one is me?

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Wednesday, August 22nd, 2007
2:47 pm - An open letter to Pepsi...
Dear Fuckwit in development,
     As much as I support recycling, adding red dye to waste water and bottling it as Limited Edition Citrus Cherry with a Halo 3 label in place of Code Red does not amuse me.  I typical consume absurd amounts of Mt Dew, Mt Dew Code Red, and Mt Dew Live Wire. I did not enjoy Mt Dew Septic Tank.  Seriously.  I licked a magazine to get the taste out of my mounth.  Damn stuff tastes like a cheap berry ice pop that was stored next to gasoline. Please get rid of this stuff.  Call in Hazmat.  Perhaps you get you kicks by subjecting unsuspecting people to this cess, but I just might be forced to get my kicks by stuffing a roman candle up your ass, lighting it, and chasing you through a natural gas field with a machine gun.
Have a nice day.

current mood: angry

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Tuesday, August 21st, 2007
3:01 pm - A meme
Taken from amieam
1. The phone rings, who do you want it to be?
What phone? I don't have access to one.

2. When shopping at the grocery store, do you return your cart?
Yep, along with any I happen across as well

3. If you had to kiss the last person you kissed again, would you?
No idea who I kissed last... strike that, I kissed Kookie this morning when she crawled in bed with me, I think, so yeah, her is good kitty.

4. Do you take compliments well? 

5. Do you play Sudoku?
Every day

6. If abandoned alone in the wilderness would you survive?

7. If your house were on fire, what would be the first thing you would save?
Any varmits inside at the time

8. Who was the last person you slept in the bed with?
By person, I take it to mean human, My mom, otherwise, Kookie

9. Who do you text the most?
See #1

10. Favorite childrens book?
Ooooohh...Hard... Fox in Socks, I made Mom read it to me well after I could read adult novels just to annoy her and amuse me

11. Eye color?
No idea, call them hazel, gray, whatever, they change

12. How tall are you?
5 feet 10 inches

13. If you could do it over again, start from scratch, would you?
Depends on what it is

14. Any secret admirers?
I'd say no, but if I knew they wouldn't be a secret would they?

15. When was the last time you were at Olive Garden?
Never been

16. Favorite ex..?
Have none

17. Where was the furthest place you traveled?

18. Do you like mustard?
In potato salad

19. Do you prefer to sleep or eat?

20. Do you miss anyone?

21. Can you do splits?
I'm not the best at standing upright, so no!

22. What movie do you want to see right now?

23. What did you do for New Years Eve?
Ignored it

24. Do you think The Grudge was crappy?
Skip the genre as a whole

25. Was your mom a cheerleader?
Nope, voted Most Ambitious!

26. Whats the last letter of your middle name?

27. Are you Hispanic?

28. Do you like care bears?
Had a couple as a kid, but no feelings toward them

29. What do you buy at the Movies?
Nothing, the smell of popcorn makes me queasy

30. Do you know how to play poker?
Mmm-huh, want to play?....hehehe

31. Do you wear your seatbelt?
depends, not everything has a seatbelt, plus I have to sit funny at times and sometimes can't

32. What do you wear to sleep?
Nothing if I can

33. Anything big ever happen in your CITY?
There was a killing spree 15 years ago...

34. Is your hair straight or curly?

35. Is your tongue pierced?
I bit through it once so nooo....

36. Do you like Liver and Onions?
I don't think. I would eat it as a kid though.

37. Do you like funny or serious people better?
Depends on the situation.

38. Ever been to L.A.?

39. Who is on your mind right now?

40. Any plans 4 tonight?

41. What are your favorite songs at the moment?
"Hell or High Water"

42. Do you hate chocolate?
I've eaten 30 peanut butter cups in one sitting, draw your own conclusion...

43. What do you and your parents fight about the most?
Mom tends to not do things and then complains when they aren't done and I want to choke her
44. Are you a gullible person?
Rarely if ever

45. Do you need a boyfriend/girlfriend to be happy?
I'm not a people person

46. If you could have any job what would it be?
Professional modelLER

47. Are you easy to get along with? 
Please take notice of my journal's title...Thet would probably be a no now wouldn't it?

48. What is your favorite time of day?
Late night

49. Are you generally a happy person?
Too many idiots and I'm not allowed to cull them

current mood: apathetic

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Monday, August 20th, 2007
2:44 pm - First of many back memes
How will you be suspended from LJ? by Anonymous LJ User
Years on LJ
Hours left until your suspension23
Your crimeLegolas/Gimli fic where Legolas is only 103.
Who reported youamieam
Your fateHospitalized for your subsequent Cherry Garcia addiction.

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2:29 pm - Why yes I am alive
For those wondering about my sudden disappearence, I put my laptop on Standby so I could pick up transcribing some family documents later, came back after I fed the varmits and the damn thing said my WINSRV file is bad and needs reenstalled.  The disk Toshiba gave me will only reformat my hard drive (bye-bye files) so I'm trying to use a copy of XP to repair windows so I can back up everything, but it isn't letting me access the menu options to do that and I'm still puzzling it out.  Any ideas?
Other then that, having a baby possum start living in the barn, being at the Dayton air Show when Jim LeRoy crashed, and coming back to school not much here.  I'll be reading your journals, leaving comments and doing memes, so beware Cassibill is everywhere, lol.

current mood: aggravated

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Thursday, June 14th, 2007
11:40 pm - A couple memes and an update
Just so my flist knows someone is even more behind than them.
Welcome to the 2007 edition of getting to know your friends. What you are supposed to do with this is change all the answers so they apply to you, and then paste it into the comments thread or your own LJ entry.

The theory is that you will learn a lot of little things about your friends, if you did not know them already.

1. What time did you get up this morning?  9:30 am

2. Diamonds or pearls?  Ick, diamonds have no personality and pearls are flimsy. I wear an onyx/silver ring.

3. What was the last film you saw at the movies?  Pirates II I rarely go to the movies OotP with my friend when she gets back from the Peace Corps assisgnment in Kazakhstan.

4. What is your favourite TV show?  that's on? Grey's Anatomy or Squidbillies ("My dreams are dead and buried. I wish the world would just explode. When the Lord calls me to his kingdom,I'll take all you son'd'bitches with me when I go.").Star Trek is tops though.

5. What did you have for breakfast?  milk

6. What is your middle name(s)   Dyanne

7. What is your favourite food?   chopped ham with potato chips  The dinner rolls at the Golden Corral are good too.

8. What foods do you dislike?  mushrooms, eggplant, anchovies, liver, olives, green peppers

9. What is your favourite crisp flavour?  plain with ham or cottege cheese

10. What is your favourite CD at the moment?  Best of Bond

11. What type of car do you drive?   no license

12. What characteristics do you despise?  stupidity especially when it is coupled with a know it all attitude. It makes me want a Louisville Slugger and the strength of Sampson.

13. Favourite item of clothing?  cargo anything

14. If you could go anywhere in the world on holiday where would you go?  I'd tour ruins of some kind.

15. Favourite brand of clothing?  I like my new No Bounderies cargo pants

16. Where would you like to retire?  right here

17. Favourite time of the day?  night

18. Where were you born?  Indiana

19. Favourite colour?  Copen Blue

20. Favourite sport to watch?  Horse racing

21. Who do you least expect to do this back to you?  people not on my flist

22. Who do you expect to send it first?  most of you beat me to it

23. What fabric detergent do you use?  I think Mom uses Purex

24. Coke or Pepsi? no, paint stripper for me. I perfer to drink milk, but of the sodas, Mt. Dew, regular, orange or cherry

25. Are you a morning person or a night owl? night owl

26. What is your shoe size? men's 10.5 US

27. Do you have any pets?   do you really want a list?

28. What did you want to be when you were little? a pilot then archaeologist

29. When is your birthday?   March 27


30. Shampoo?
Uhhhh.... whatever is around

31. Summer or winter? spring I love the rainy seasons but baby animals tip the win to spring

32. Favourite Advertisement?  can't remember but I taped it years ago
****RIGHT NOW*****************

33. Wearing?
  t shirt, not a fan of clothes

34. Eating?   chewy Chips Ahoy

35. Drinking?  milk

36. Thinking about?  The Pacific Theater of WW2(see #38)  and my model website's new forum

37. Listening to?   fan, peeps, Mom's snores, Sheena Easton's "For You Eyes Only"

38. Book:   Osprey's Campaign #146 (I think) The Marshall Islands 1944 next will be a book on U-Boots

39. Cried:  May 20 for sure over Akira, maybe over one of the pepps we lost since then

40. Cleaned your room?  the one at my sister's? Friday, last Here? yesterday

42. How many hours sleep?  8 ish

*************DO YOU BELIEVE IN ************

43. Yourself?
  not really but I'm one of the few I  trust

44. Your friends?  definitely

45. Santa Claus?  not since I laided a trap and caught Mom

46. Destiny/Fate?  I believe in the fullness of time

47. Ghosts?  sure

**********FRIENDS AND LIFE**********

48. Who do you go to for advice?
Ma or Teresa when she's in this country

49. When do you cry the most?  over pets

50. Do you want your friends to do this? They have for the most part

If there are one or more people on your friends list who make your world a better place just because they exist, and who you would not have met (in real life or not) without the internet, then post this same sentence in your journal.

Jeffy and his bunch moved out in a real chicken house today. 3 lb feeder and a gallon waterer for the 9 instead of a 1/2 lb and a quart.  The 4 from last week can move into the big tub.  My little Jap hatched out today.  He is so incredably tiny. I have a couple of pics to develope.  When I get them, you'll see him.  He has already figured out loud peeping will get attention.  I was summoned on one occassion to get him out of the water dish that he could have gotten out of by himself. Brat! His legs aren't that short.  (The better Jap's have little, short legs. He has those show winning legs but could still get out fine.)
We're down to one gosling.  Something must have gotten one and a horse stepped on one today.
Our Khaki duck laid one egg so far. *crosses fingers*
I've been doing the spring farm chores like cleaning out the chicken houses and mending feeding equipment and cages.  I had a run in with a year old egg...*shudders at the memory* I also had a tiff with a bantam rooster.  I may have been forced to use a full body hold on a 5 pound miniture chicken. I'm sure the image of him on his back with me pinning his wings with my knees and his body trapped between them will amuse some of you.  He's hyper now that a hen is in that building in another pen. She's not for you, buddy. You get a nice little Birchren hen when we find one.

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