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Seriously?!?
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Does insanity count?
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No!


I kid you not. Explains a few things, eh?
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Well, the last few days I've seriously been considering the Find A Brick Wall And Bang Your Head Against It Repeatedly religion. Does that count?
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When the moon is in the seventh house
And Jupiter aligns with Mars
Then peace will guide the planets
And love with steer the stars





Gee, I'm not sure. I think I need to think about this a little bit...
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What is this, OKCupid?
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The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison.


It is a head-on, blunt, heartbreaking story of a young black girl who desperately wants blue eyes, because blue eyes mean you are "good". As the Wikipedia article states, it deals with racism, incest, and child molestation, and is unapologetic about doing so. Even though it is a very difficult thing to read, I think it is is essential for everybody- especially white folks- to read it at least once. Despite its hard subject matter, though, it contains Toni Morrison's usual gorgeous writing style, and is so worth the read.
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This has got to be the dumbest Writer's Block question I have ever seen.
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I don't know, why don't we ask Mordechai?
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I have no idea, but I am answering this because I am really hoping [livejournal.com profile] whereisjoy does!
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Meh.
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Tornadoes!


Oh my god. Tornadoes actually featured very prominently in my early childhood nightmares. I still get pretty anxious in really bad weather.
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I am a dragon.

As to the second question- maybe I'll let the folks who know me well answer that one ;-)
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For years, I really identified with Eeyore. In fact, I still have a really cute LJ icon of Eeyore with a rain cloud over his head. But somehow- maybe its maturity, who knows?- I outgrew my Eeyore phase, and while I still have a soft spot for him, I think I'm definitely more Pooh these days- silly, round and fluffy, and just being myself.

But I love Pooh, especially the original books, and the classic illustrations. If I ever have kids, I decided years ago that I would decorate the nursery in classic Pooh. I'll take about any incarnation of Pooh & Friends, though, even though part of me thinks each update gets dumber and dumber. But who can resist Pooh?
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Uh.

Not really, no. Should it?
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Commander Chakotay and me.
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November 24, 2005: Jim, Norman, Harmeet and Tom are kidnapped in Iraq


March 10, 2006: We learn that Tom Fox has been killed
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Well, thanks to [livejournal.com profile] bibliofile, I have the booklet entitled In Time of Emergency: A Citizen's Handbook on Nuclear Attack and Natural Disasters, publication 1968. Does that count?

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