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Please close the door and switch on the fun without fail.

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marie antoinette
cleolinda

Cranked out 3000-something words today, and I was impressed that I cranked out anything two days in a row without the aid of a hypomanic episode, quite frankly. I picked yet another death scene--more of a finding-the-body scene--to write today, and ended up just metaphorically throwing up my hands and typing in brackets, "This makes no sense. Logic it out later. Make it work." I'm having a hard time settling on what music to listen to, though.

Having Tim Gunn check in on me periodically would be completely awesome, by the way.

Also, I seem to have had a sudden influx of new readers--where are y'all coming from?

Administration: Detainees have no rights. They're just not even trying to hide the fascism anymore, are they?

CNN: "Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani has taken the first step in a 2008 presidential bid, filing papers to create an exploratory committee, Republican sources tell CNN."

From kestrel127: "Borat beaten up, rescued by House." This is still not as good as the original headline, which was "Borat spanked by angry Yank."

"Well, there go the last lingering threads of my heterosexuality": Scarlett Johansson dominating Dita von Teese.

Billy Idol has a Christmas album.

From Wilhelmina on Snarkfest: Kiwi, an animator's master thesis project. Pixar needs to snap this one up sofast. Warning: Sad.

Also, responses to the Flying Spaghetti Monster link I posted in the previous entry made me realize that not everyone knows the glories of Pastafarianism. Behold, and be touched by His Noodly Appendage.



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i'm always wishing Tim Gunn would pop into my daily life and just tell me how he thinks i'm doing. or knock on my door in the morning to tell me to make it work.

and WOW, does the Bush Administration just not learn? it's been shit like that that got the Democrates back in power.

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I wanted to post it on the board somewhere, but 1) I couldn't think which thread and 2) I realized I would regret it once the responses started rolling in.

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That Kiwi thing made me cry. He's so cute, and all he wanted to do was fly.

Oh, that Kiwi video is just heartbreaking. It actually made me tear up.

3000 words today? You're making progress. I must say, I was a bit concerned, but I believe you really are making it work. Carry on.

There you go, a little Tim Gunn to spur you on.

Okay, at first I was like, "You were concerned? Huh..." Hee.

My mood, she is ruined. Kiwi may possibly be the cutest most saddest thing I have ever seen. Ever! Or at least since the Bunny short on Ice Age.

*waves* atpolittlebit pointed me towards your Lost recaps. I liked them, and thought I'd stick around for a while.

Just as I fell behind on the last three, of course. Bless.

Pastafarian is good fun, but I prefer the Church of the SubGenius


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sub_Genius

Oh dear, Kiwi made me blubber like a little baby.

... dominating Dita von Teese.

I only heard of DvT a few minutes ago, while reading the current Travel + Leisure issue,'when polled about what she airline onboard comfort. She says never a corset, never! but garter belts and spike heels, yes. I'm trying to imagine the welts on my legs if I wore a garter belt for a ten hour transatlantic flight.

In other comments: "Makie it work, Cleo!" /Tim-light

I'm trying to think who gave her a fashion spread recently--it was either Vogue or Vanity Fair, and I'm almost leaning more towards VF for some reason, even though that's the less photo-laden of the two. She does a really good job of incarnating that paradoxically chaste burlesque queen--the one who's all taste and glamour instead of vulgarity. Also, I think she recently married Marilyn Manson.

I think that everyone should have Tim Gunn check in on their lives, I know I could use his awesomeness one in a while.

Also, I seem to have had a sudden influx of new readers--where are y'all coming from?

I was linked to your writer's block post by wolflady26, and decided to stick around a while.

The Kiwi broke my heart. That was so sad.

It's funny you should mention death scenes, because I just got home from watching Stranger Than Fiction, where Emma Thompson's character had some very...entertaining ways of researching ways to kill off characters.

I'm having a hard time settling on what music to listen to, though.

Not sure what you're looking for, but I've been listening to this alot as I've been writing mine.

"Lullaby for Cain" by Sinead O'Conner

Creepy piano driven song. Good luck with your novel!