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Feb. 7th, 2006 | 06:22 pm

I found this cool blog, people post their secrets anonymously. One was "I told him I was pregnant for fun". Ouch.


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Want to make a commercial?

Feb. 7th, 2006 | 04:41 am

Hey boys and girls, ihaveanidea is having another competition. Win $1000 and have your idea produced by one of the top production agencies in North America. All you have to do is think up a commercial for a poker site.

It's free to enter, as always. We don't want your money.

All info can be found here at ihaveanidea

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Yes, those are onesies.

Dec. 8th, 2005 | 02:02 am

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Freak...ing HUGE!

Oct. 8th, 2005 | 06:50 pm

Ad time kiddies.


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I'm a sucker for animals, especially cute ones.

Sep. 26th, 2005 | 07:59 pm
mood: hungryalmost soup time!

You Are A: Kitten!

kitty catCute as can be, kittens are playful, mischevious, and ever-curious. Your mischevious side is part of what makes you a kitten, as is your dislike of getting wet! Kittens are often loving, but are known to scratch or bite when annoyed. These adorable animals are the most popular pets in the United States--37% of American households have at least one cat. Whether it is your gentle purr or your disarming appearance, you make a wonderful kitten.

You were almost a: Bear Cub or a Monkey
You are least like a: Duckling or a BunnyWhat Cute Animal Are You?

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Sep. 16th, 2005 | 10:06 pm
mood: excitedexcited

I'm being lazy, I don't want to update about the trip right now. But in other news, get ready to get your faces melted, The D have a movie coming "Tenacious D in: The Pick of Destiny"! Cameos gallore (John C. Reilly as... Sasquatch).

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"Ringo, there's no platform 9 3/4 is there?" "You'll have to ask Paul, I don't remember."

Sep. 9th, 2005 | 09:14 pm
mood: excitedexcited
music: The Beatles (surprise, surprise)

Wednesday, we had to go to King's Cross to get our train tickets for Glasgow to London. Of course, this gave us the perfect excuse to see the "unseen platform" of 9 3/4. So, like total geeks we took photos of ourselves pushing the half cart* they have there.

*They placed a luggage cart in the wall to make it look like it's passing through the wall onto 9 3/4

Then it was the pilgrimage that I was excited and really looking forward to. Abbey Road.

Amazing, there we were crossing the road that has become one of the most famous album covers and standing in front of the actual studio that they recorded in. It's a little different looking from the video clips that we're all used to of Abbey Road studios. A new logo graces the door and there isn't the scratchy film with a slight brown tinge when viewing it in person. We wrote on the the wall and the Abbey Road street sign, and scraped our names on the little wall that runs along the street, as most do. No surprise, there were different countries represented there, spotted a signature from Uruguay. Uruguay in the house! I also wrote my parents name too, 'cause if it weren't for them I wouldn't be a huge fan. Thanks Mom and Dad.

Later that evening we went on a Jack the Ripper tour. Guided by a Yeoman from the Tower, which I though was very appropriate. It was a small group, which was kept small see we could all see and hear him and see the places properly. He took us the the exact spots of the murders. The larger groups, which we past, didn't/couldn't go to the places. It was very interesting and he was a great guide, complete with visual aids, as gruesome they are. On a side note, this was the tour Johnny Depp went on to research his "From Hell" role.

Today we went over to see Westminster Abbey, the Parliament and Big Ben. What architecture! Like all things on this trip, pictures don't do it justice. The columns, the arches, the detail and mass. I would go into more detail but really not up for dissecting the art it. Besides you're all intelligent enough, pick up a book and read about it.

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Notes from the Underground.

Sep. 9th, 2005 | 09:10 pm
mood: happyhappy
music: Andrew Bird

So after a 6 hour flight we land in Gatwick and take the express train to Victoria station.

Fast Forward >>

Sat. We headed over to Piccadilly circus, shopping district. Was ok.

Side Note: I'm constantly comparing this place with Tokyo rightly or wrongly, I guess cause it's the only other place outside of N.America I've been.

Pic. Circus didn't do it for me, maybe because I don't really want to spend money or tha fact that there isn't much you can't get here that you can't in Toronto (not including clothes).

So, I was a bit down. How can one of the major cities not be cool. I was warned that it's not all that and with Shinjuku always in the back of my mind it can't help.

So, we decided to take a walk in Hyde park that evening, and that seem to turn the trick. Beautiful and relaxing, an oasis in the city (much like Tokyo's parks and I assume Central Park in N.Y.) We sat by the Serpentine watching ducks we never seen before and people watching, it was very beautiful and almost romantic.

Sunday jet lag caught up and Roboticcowgirl and I walked around the neighbourhood and chillaxed in the hotel room.

Monday we went to the British Museum. Amazing! The pieces are just out of this world (or of this world). They put the R.O.M to shame (not their fault though). They have Cleopatra, enough said. You really have to see it for yourself, if that's your type of thing.

Tuesday we went to Tower of London, by the recommendation of Mike "Two Spoons" P. It's located right by the Thames and the Tower Bridge, so killed two birds with one stone (as they say). Was what you would expect. But, as we walked through we noticed that there was laundry hanging outside the houses, which begged the question 'Who lives here?' I proceeded to ask a Yeoman wanderer and found out they live (and work) there, very nice.

Photos will follow later.

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Aug. 26th, 2005 | 10:05 am

This is for all you reading/mac/list freaks out there. I know who you are.

It's a free Mac program to catalogue your library (notice I didn't say libary), super easy to use and can tally up the total dollars spent on your collection. which could be a good or bad thing.


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Aug. 21st, 2005 | 09:46 am
mood: amusedamused
music: *Sings and does the "I got a broken sink" dance*

Ok folks, I know I don't update often, but this deserves it. My bathroom sink broke...OFF THE WALL! Yeah, it's just hanging there, no wait, it's "resting" on a little table. So >BLEEP< up. Even though I knew it was going to happen, it was still spectacular. Not sure how long it's going to take to fix either, the pipe coming out of the wall snapped (it was the only thing holding the sink up apparently) so that might be ever so much fun for them to fix.

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