January 31st, 2006

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girl_on_a_stick? Any other creative people in the area? I've been thinking of doing a booth at the Tigard Farmers Market, selling photos and photos on journals, but Iwould like a partner. Basicly the partner bit is, we split the cost of the booth and take turns operating it. You get all the money from your stuff, and I get all the money from my stuff.

Anyone interested? Bueller?
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Given the number of feminists on my friends list, I'm suprised no one has mentionned the unfortunate passing of Wendy Wasserstein.
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From a mailling list, where I asked a question that someone else just Googled to find answers:

i think that to be allowed on "the Net" all computers should be installed with an attachment that's a giant rubber mallet with Google's colorful logo printed on one end.

Then through the magic of computers whenever someone asks a question that some answers with Google links, they can add a magic "MALLET!" attachment that causes the mallet to come smashing down on the person's head, so in their stunned state, they get to look up and have google's logo ingrained in their unconscious.

While my head would be smarting in this case, I still think it would be a great idea. Except I would include the attachment in all the mails I send.
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I have to do this all over again?!?!?!

After you die...
Reincarnated as Yourself

After death, you will be reborn again as yourself. You will live the same life, unbeknownst to you. However, you will have vivid moments of déjà vu, as you probably have now.

Take this quiz at QuizGalaxy.com

[moonthink get's credit for passing thie bah-bah on to me.]
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The fascists are coming:

Go to House Report 109-333 - USA PATRIOT Improvement and Reauthorization
Act of 2005, and check it out for yourself. Sec. 605 reads:

"There is hereby created and established a permanent police force, to be
known as the 'United States Secret Service Uniformed Division.' "

This new federal police force is "subject to the supervision of the
secretary of homeland security."

The new police are empowered to "make arrests without warrant for any
offense against the United States committed in their presence, or for
any felony cognizable under the laws of the United States if they have
reasonable grounds to believe that the person to be arrested has
committed or is committing such felony."

The new police are assigned a variety of jurisdictions, including "an
event designated under Section 3056(e) of Title 18 as a special event of
national significance" (SENS).

"A special event of national significance" is neither defined nor does
it require the presence of a "protected person" such as the president in
order to trigger it. Thus, the administration, and perhaps the police
themselves, can place the SENS designation on any event. Once a SENS
designation is placed on an event, the new federal police are empowered
to keep out and to arrest people at their discretion.