September 27th, 2002

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Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 16:16:39 +0000
From: PinkBunny <>
Subject: [ncg] Wanna join the circus?'d at least get to watch one(Cirque de Soleil, even!) while doing a short stint of work...

For any interested:


"You're not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on." - Dean Martin
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Ideally, the colors you choose for your friends, on your friends page in lj, should help organize things and help you spot people, or rank them.

I use my cool scheme to help me know if it's a friend of a community post I'm looking at. Here is the key:
Mutial friendsBlackWhite
People who do not list me as a friendWhiteBlack
LJ Maintence/Admin CommunitiesRedBlack

So, what do your color schemes mean, if anything?
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Mark Farina makes me want to do two things...
  1. Go get a pimp outfit and a classic convertable caddie, with tinted out windows, and a furry interior.
  2. Dig out my mixing equiptment, practice, practice, practice, then get as much roots music I can, and put it to to a funk/jazz beat/bass line.
Damn, this albumn has got groove.
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Safety Tips for the Post-Nuclear Existence
  1. Never use an elevator in a building that has been hit by a nuclear bomb; use the stairs.
  2. When you're flying through the air, remember to roll when you hit the ground.
  3. If you're on fire, avoid gasoline and other flammable materials.
  4. Don't attempt communication with dead people; it will only lead to psychological problems.
  5. Food will be scarce; you will have to scavenge. Learn to recognize foods that will be available after the bomb: mashed potatoes, shredded wheat, tossed salad, ground beef, etc.
  6. Put your hand over your mouth when you sneeze; internal organs will be scarce in the post-nuclear age.
  7. Try to be neat; fall only in designated piles.
  8. Drive carefully in "Heavy Fallout" areas; people could be staggering illegally.
  9. Nutritionally, hundred dollar bills are equal to ones, but more sanitary due to limited circulation.
  10. Accumulate mannequins now; spare parts will be in short supply on D-Day.