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Anyone know this girl? [09 Sep 2008|10:39am]
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I am not dead [30 Apr 2008|11:01am]
So I haven't posted on here in a while. At work so I can't update much but there is a ton to update. Life is better. Leave me a comment and I'll return it when I get home.

I got my password on the second try... Impressive.
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Happy New Year [01 Jan 2007|12:31pm]
[ mood | hopeful ]

Let's hope this one is better than the last. I honestly don't think that it could get any worse.

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Man it's been years since I've updated (I think) [16 Jun 2006|06:22pm]
Is my kinda "poll." ha.

Rumor has it that there is at least one person on your LiveJournal that wants to date you or sleep with you. This game is called FRIENDS w/ BENEFITS.

Wanna play? The rules are simple.

If you'd date the person who posts this, post a comment saying "I'm yours". If you just want to sleep with the person and stay friends, post a comment that says "I'd hit it".

You only live ONCE! The twist? YOU HAVE TO REPOST THIS in your journal & see who replies.

All responses will be kept secret by screening!
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[02 Oct 2005|10:51pm]
Anyone have the recipe for Old Time Grit Buns from the Grit Cookbook. It would be most appreciated, thanks!

Hey everyone, long time no talk.
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Fuck you [07 May 2005|09:07pm]
Fuck all you fake pretentious assholes that presume to know the truth. Fuck you for leading everyone to believe that I am the bad guy and fuck off. Goodbye to all my fellow ljers that I like. For the rest of you, suck my big fat johnson. You aren't worth my effort.
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REPOST [09 Mar 2005|08:32pm]
repost just in case
34 (research) beagle puppies to be euthanized March 11th... HELP!!!


This urgent message came from Central PA Animal Alliance. If you
can think of anyone who might be interested, please pass this

"I have just been informed that there are 34 beagle puppies from
an animal research facility that are going to be euthanized on
3/11/05 if they don't find a home by Friday. If you want a dog,
are able to provide a foster home, or have any contacts that
would be helpful, let me know." If you're interested, or know
someone who might be, please have them contact Stevie or

(Stevie - email: stbastinck@ursinus.edu or IM: psychadlicviolet)
(Sarah Kelsey - email: skelsey@eden.rutgers.edu or IM: fivesixbrunette)
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[06 Feb 2005|10:33am]
There have been a few people posting in my anon. post lately, and some asking me to not hate them anymore. Kinda hard to not hate a person or like a person if you don't know who it is. So for any of you that posted anon. and want me to know it was you or anyone wanting to tell me something your comment will be screened and only I will know who said what. So if you really want to tell me something or if you really want me to forgive you comment to this. I won't tell anyone promise. (And I do want to know who said they would like my hair better short, cause everyone else I know won't let me cut it!)
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[16 Nov 2004|02:29am]
Don't click here if you like the bible belt and think that people should not be free to love members of the same sex.
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ALL READ [11 Nov 2004|11:56pm]
Subject: Tell Congress to Investigate the 2004 Election

Questions are swirling around whether the election was conducted honestly or not. We need to know -- was it or wasn't it?

If people were wrongly prevented from voting, or if legitimate votes were mis-counted or not counted at all, we need to know so the wrongdoers can be held accountable, and so we can prevent this from happening again.

Members of Congress are demanding an investigation to answer this question. The decision on whether or not there will be an investigation could come as soon as Monday. Join us in supporting the call for one now, at:


Then please invite your friends and colleagues to sign, as well. We need to show Congress that hundreds of thousands of Americans are serious about protecting the integrity of the vote.
We're all hearing the stories and wondering what's true and what isn't. But at least two cases of serious problems are accepted beyond doubt:

In Broward County, Florida, electronic voting machines counted backwards: as more people voted, the official vote count went down. [1]

In one Columbus, Ohio suburb, election officials have acknowledged that electronic voting machines credited Bush with winning 4,258 votes, even though only 638 people voted there. [2]

These are just cases where we know something went wrong. There were also lots of reports of people being denied ballots on Election Day. So far, these reports remain anecdotal, but they must be compiled and examined. And the Internet is abuzz with theories about why the official counts were so different from the exit polls.

Six prominent members of Congress have called for an investigation. Representatives Conyers (D-MI), Holt (D-NJ), Nadler (D-NY), Scott (D-VA), Watt (D-NC) and Wexler (D-FL), have demanded that the U.S. General Accounting Office: immediately undertake an investigation of the efficacy of voting machines and new technologies used in the 2004 election, how election officials responded to difficulties they encountered, and what we can do in the future to improve our election systems and administration. [3]
We've got to support their call by asking our own Representatives and Senators to join them.

If you have a personal story of disenfranchisement, tell us. These members of Congress have agreed to include our stories and comments in their call for an investigation. Please sign now -- we'll deliver our compiled statements to them on Friday.

Even if you don't have a personal story, your signature on our petition will still help build support for an investigation.

To keep our faith in democracy, we need to know the facts. Your signature, and your story if you have one, will help.

Thank you.

1. Broward Machines Count Backward, Palm Beach Post, November 5, 2004

2. Glitch Gave Bush Extra Votes in Ohio, AP carried on CNN, November 5, 2004

3. Letters from members of Congress to David Walker, Comptroller General of the United States, demanding an investigation of the election: November 5th, 2004 & November 8th, 2004
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Wow, this explains it [05 Nov 2004|08:54am]
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For the Love of All that is good and Decent [03 Nov 2004|06:55pm]
Please sign and repost this in your journal!
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[26 Oct 2004|09:45am]
This is the week for Halloween tricks and treats. But the last four years have been no treat for our national forests. Want a really good scare this Halloween? How about this: If President Bush has his way, one third of our national forests - those that are currently free of roads, clear cuts, and development - will be opened up for potential logging, mining, and drilling.

Bush may think he's tricking us with misnomers like "Healthy Forests" initiative, but his national forest policies are no treat for our roadless forests and the wildlife that depend on them.

Remember the "Monster Mash" song? It's a Halloween classic. Well, the singer of the original song has come back to sing a new version for Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund. It's "Monster Slash," about the forest-slashing policies of the Bush administration. The Monster Slash
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Please Read [24 Oct 2004|02:11pm]
There's an artist, Nathalia Edenmont, who kills cats, mice, doves, RABBITS, and other animals, mutilates their bodies, and then takes their photographs. She's on exhibit, among other places, at the Wetterling Gallery in Sweden. She has taken the top halves of five white mice and made them into finger puppets. She beat a cat to death with a stick. And this is called art. This is not only inhumane, but morally reprehensible.

Link to samples of the exhibit (warning! offensive content): http://www.wetterlinggallery.com/archive/nathalia/nathalia_main.htm
The Wetterling Gallery's Justification of her work: http://www.wetterlinggallery.com/newsletter/newsletter.htm

*****Link to the petition against her:

please repost and sign the petition!

to repost the HTML hit reply and copy what you see. thank you.

[If you think this is wrong please repost this!]
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Comment to be Added [24 Mar 2004|06:37pm]
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