March 16th, 2005

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An entry about nothing important at all

Horoscope of DOOM:

Quickie: A problem can be like a splinter in your foot unless you do something about it.

Overview: For the next couple of days, absolutely nothing will be more important to you than taking care of the ones you love -- and that might well pertain to one person in particular.

It's a little-known fact that you are an expert caretaker. It's not just because you can make anyone laugh at any time -- although laughter, after all, really is the best medicine. You're also quite intuitive and know immediately what your charge needs, oftentimes before they do. So when a dear one comes to you, obviously worn out and in need of a helping hand, you'll be more than happy to do whatever you can to help.


Dear Braveheart: Please magically split into more chapters. This movie is seventeen hours long, and it's got twenty-one chapter stops. I'm about to wear out my "search" buttons looking for basic scenes. What. Ever.

That said, it's coming along really, really well. I am a little worried about making fun of the prince's flaming effeminacy so much--it's one of those things where you've got to show that you're making fun of the movie portraying him that way, you know? Anyway.

Nothing terribly important, just some linkspam I need to clear out:

A new update on Gaiman!Beowulf from Neil's journal.

A new Harry Potter poster. Dear marketing department: I can do better than this, kthnx. (ETA: I should have been more clear. This "poster" was scanned in from a kids' magazine. It is not a theatrical poster. Because that would just be sad. Even so? I can STILL come up with something better than this.)

More pics from A History of Violence.

The Ring 2 gallery at OutNow. Warning: spoilers and giant pictures of Samara glaring at you.

Mmm, breakfast.

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Just a quick note

Horoscope of DOOM:

Quickie: You've got a good thing going here. Take advantage of this opportunity.

Overview: Monday's romance, wistfulness and nostalgia haven't faded much. They may even double back for a second visit. Prepare yourself. You, too, can suddenly be swept off your feet.

It doesn't take much to talk you into a change of scenery. So if someone suggests a trip to you, you'll have your planner out and your boss on the phone in record time. Oh, and if there's a certain someone out there you'd like to spend some time alone with -- the kind of time that doesn't involve a workplace, a movie theater or a television set -- this would also be the perfect time to plan it.

God, I've been caterwauling about wanting a vacation for so long now.

Important comment from aperrin2: "In the last few days since the 4christina drive restarted, I've been getting PayPal phishing emails at about double the usual rate. I'm starting to wonder if we're being targeted by somebody."

After some discussion, we're pretty sure it's not a sekrit plot omg. Nonetheless, this remains true:

If you ever receive an email from ANYONE purporting to be from PayPal, please ignore or discard it. If you're concerned it might be real and must check your PayPal account, open a new browser window and enter the URL manually--do NOT click any link in the email. Generally, if you login to your account and you're not met with any sort of "please update your information" announcement? PayPal doesn't need anything from you. So please, particularly those of you helping Christina out, don't ever interact with PayPal through email this way. Open the site in a different browser and check things out from there. Read more about the scam here.

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