Yay!

Thursday, February 28th, 2008 20:15
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In a sudden, turn of event, [livejournal.com profile] green_slave surprised me with another year of paid LJ! This I was NOT expecting. I was expecting a nice lunch date with her tomorrow, her treat. You rock my world, girl!

sniffle

Thursday, February 28th, 2008 09:22
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As of 05 March, I will have an unpaid LJ for the first time in four years. I will miss you, privileges!

I got Zoya's school picture samples. OMGFG, she is so beautiful.... The way the photo was done makes her look all exotic and seductive (bad thing for her age, I know, but many have told me that her eyes are very seductive when she looks at you in certain ways). I am definitely ordering all three poses (it comes with a free CD!) and posting here when they come out. She might be a brat, but she pulls off the imagery of a little Indian princess very well.

Mary thinks I have some screws loose in the head simply because I call Zena my little blond bombshell. It's a term of endearment, people!

Been having the sniffles ever since I got over my cold. I guess it's the lingering after-effect of being pregnant and sick, staying just a little sick for longer than is normal.

Ouch, a newborn broke his collarbone while passing through mommy's canal. Poor guy. Oh yeah, about that... I find that I am strangely fascinated with A Baby Story and Bringing Home Baby. These shows normally bore me to tears, but for some reason I just cannot pry my eyes away. Ah, as with everything else, this too shall pass.

hubba hubba

Wednesday, February 20th, 2008 19:22
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The Phreak has the internets again! Dial-up sucks, though.

Oh, and I has a Sony Vaio laptop. Grin!

Coughing still makes me pee. Even if there's only one miniscule droplet of urine. I don't think I've been able to piss out normal amounts in the toilet. Most of it finds its way onto the useless panties pantiliners that I'm going through like a motherfucker.

And do not suggest Depends. I kills ya!

You know, for someone who hasn't been able to use a decent system to type up journal entries in so long, I sure don't have much to say. Figures. At least I can now change my icon! Rock!

*koff*

Thursday, December 13th, 2007 12:28
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I is back in the DFW metroplex. Well, 20 miles south of FTW, anyway. It still counts, right? If Hurst, Bedford and Euless gets to be a part of DFW, then Cleburne gets equal rights, damnit.

Austin served its purpose, but she no longer has any purpose left to be served. B eside, I missed my family, and being 3 hours away form everybody took its toll, especially now that I am knocked up.

By the way, I am 18 weeks tomorrow.

Someone has 46 messages on her answering machine. I know you are a packrat, but damn, keeping old electronic messages is a bit over the edge!

"Too much work," she says. Heh, gotta love her.

Anyway, that's that for now.

Yay!

Sunday, September 9th, 2007 08:28
hellsphreak: (So Happy I Could Dance!)
I has new books! Paid full-price for them too!

Smoke and Mirrors: Short Short Stories and Illusions

Anasi Boys


I owe [livejournal.com profile] the_paco a round of thanks for introducing me to Neil Gaiman so long ago by loaning me Good Omens (a book I invariably lost in Florida).

Anyhoo, yayage!

PS: I finally bought GUN for Xbox. I waited a couple of years until it showed up in a pawn shop just so I wouldn't have to pay full-price for it. I'm such a cheap-o!

Whoops!

Monday, May 21st, 2007 14:09
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If you notice that some of your comments are missing from a few posts, blame that on my stupidity. Instead of deleting MESSAGES, I deleted comments.

D'oh.

Whoops!

Monday, May 21st, 2007 14:06
hellsphreak: (i'm stupid)
By the way, if you notice that some of your comments are missing from the last few posts, blame it on me. In my stupidity, I deleted comments instead of MESSAGES.

D'oh.

gah!

Friday, April 27th, 2007 05:25
hellsphreak: (wtf?!)
Yay, Texas is trying to approve a bill allowing for needle exchanging to reduce health care costs. If you are a junkie, at least let us give you a clean needle so we would not have to treat you for HIV or Hepatitis 5 years down the road!

Better yet, let us buy your smack so you don't have to resort to criminal behavior, such as robbing old women, and save us thousands on jail maintenance!

Fucking idiots. Kill. Bill. Nao. kthx.

Nostalgia

Thursday, April 26th, 2007 12:15
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There is this chick in my Literature class who just will not shut up. She tells us real-life stories of relevance (plays she has gone to, discussions she has participated in, etc.), constantly asks the Professor one question after another, and just generally makes me want to puke all over my desk and scoop the liquid back into my mouth just so that I could puke again. Every time she speaks, I wince, roll my eyes, groan and grunt... Everything but smile. My interpreters find this amusing.

But inside, I am smiling. Broadly. Because she reminds me so much of Opal. If not for Opal's big mouth and her inability to shut the fuck up in CoSc back in Hill College, I would never have tried to shut her up and somehow make friends instead. And discover the weird network of how she and I are actually closer, in distance and family connection, than we thought.

Here's a salute to [livejournal.com profile] green_slave. You and your girls are the greatest!

:-)
hellsphreak: (pissed penguin)
Let me see... 33 people got killed.
Several others injuried, I am sure.
This is apparently more deadly than the 1966 slayings and the 1999 Columbine High psychotic shootings.

So, why is everyone complimenting the police force, SWAT, facility, etc, for their coordinated efforts in rescuing/maiming/carrying students off to safety?

What of the dead, their families, the tragedy itself? What of the assissinator? Why is learning about how the police force organized the rescue and take-down so much more important than learning of the pain, injury, deaths and overall effect of the situation upon others? Is America so disillusioned that they prefer to deal with the "bravery and courage" of others rather than the actual event?

Yes, the media does point out the events that transpired on the day of the killings, and the death toll. But compared to how much spotlight is being brought to the force, SWAT, facility, etc., the actual event has but a speckle of limelight here and there.

You see more media shots of the facility and police force than that of traumatized student.

Stupid Americans.

(no subject)

Wednesday, March 28th, 2007 13:49
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And I need to pee so bad, I'm considering letting it go on this love-seat. Cause my right leg is so tired from carrying most of my weight.

Eek.

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