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#331 Old 06-16-2012, 12:11 AM
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I think Firefly has my least favourite theme of all Joss Whedon's shows but it always gets stuck in my head. Curse you, Whedon! tongue3.gif

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Really hot outside and an energetic bunch of dogs at the shelter this morning. I'm wiped out.

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I think Firefly has my least favourite theme of all Joss Whedon's shows but it always gets stuck in my head. Curse you, Whedon! tongue3.gif

Yeah, I'm not a fan of it.

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Yay i get to see my bf today, for a little bit, then he's back on the road.

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i got my ring lol, is that pic too big?

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#338 Old 06-16-2012, 08:29 PM
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Gorgeous ring, I love the colour grin.gif

It's pouring rain here and I just got back from a really long walk, my legs are exhausted in the best way. There are so many flowers and birds to look at right now, I love it. Even though I'm in the middle of the city I still really like wandering around and looking at all the plants and animals, there's still so much life even with all the concrete. In fact I saw a bunch of little green plants sprouting right out of the middle of the sidewalk because there was a layer of dead rotting leaves for them. I wonder if you'd even be able to see any concrete anymore if we didn't touch anything for a few decades.

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Beautiful ring!


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I hope you get your vacation soon, SuicideBlonde, or we'll have to change your name to "MurderBlonde"!  :D

HaaaHaaa!

 

 

 

I feel as if I am having hot flashes, but I am not quite 32. Wow.


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#341 Old 06-16-2012, 08:43 PM
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HaaaHaaa!



I feel as if I am having hot flashes, but I am not quite 32. Wow.

How weird! Hope you're okay.

I just realized we still have iced coffee syrup in the back of the fridge and I just bought more almond milk. Totally making a tasty coffee beverage as soon as I feel like getting up.

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I think Firefly has my least favourite theme of all Joss Whedon's shows but it always gets stuck in my head. Curse you, Whedon! tongue3.gif

I love it! smitten.gif

I like things a little more country than some though...
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Nice new avatar, btw, Werewolf Girl. smiley.gif
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I love it! smitten.gif
I like things a little more country than some though...

It's definitely his most country theme. "I don't mind, I'm still free, you can't take the sky from me..."
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Nice new avatar, btw, Werewolf Girl. smiley.gif

Thanks! A friend turned me into a South Park character ages ago, I think it's basically what I'd look like in cartoon form. smiley.gif

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I'm working on a tape right now about a guy who's obsessed with bugs and keeps dozens of different types of spiders, scorpions and centipedes in his house. Apparently people don't know a lot about centipede venom so he voluntarily got stung by over 20 different types of centipede and somehow didn't die. One time the venom was particularly bad and the lymph node under his armpit swelled to the size of a golf ball and his arm ballooned to three times its normal size and was incredibly painful. Then after that healed he just kept going and got more centipedes to sting him to test the results shocked.gif

If I didn't already think people were insane my job would certainly convince me of that fact.

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I'm working on a tape right now about a guy who's obsessed with bugs and keeps dozens of different types of spiders, scorpions and centipedes in his house. Apparently people don't know a lot about centipede venom so he voluntarily got stung by over 20 different types of centipede and somehow didn't die. One time the venom was particularly bad and the lymph node under his armpit swelled to the size of a golf ball and his arm ballooned to three times its normal size and was incredibly painful. Then after that healed he just kept going and got more centipedes to sting him to test the results shocked.gif
If I didn't already think people were insane my job would certainly convince me of that fact.

 

Eww....

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Eww....

I'm learning a lot about how venom works, I'm also learning that if it weren't against my ethics I would probably go through the forest with a flamethrower and burn everything that creeps and crawls laugh.gif

Die centipedes, die! rifle.gif

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I'm working on a tape right now about a guy who's obsessed with bugs and keeps dozens of different types of spiders, scorpions and centipedes in his house. Apparently people don't know a lot about centipede venom so he voluntarily got stung by over 20 different types of centipede and somehow didn't die. One time the venom was particularly bad and the lymph node under his armpit swelled to the size of a golf ball and his arm ballooned to three times its normal size and was incredibly painful. Then after that healed he just kept going and got more centipedes to sting him to test the results shocked.gif
If I didn't already think people were insane my job would certainly convince me of that fact.


What is your job again?

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What is your job again?

I log and transcribe footage for cheesy Canadian reality TV shows, this one is about strange animal obsessions.

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It's pouring rain here and I just got back from a really long walk, my legs are exhausted in the best way. There are so many flowers and birds to look at right now, I love it. Even though I'm in the middle of the city I still really like wandering around and looking at all the plants and animals, there's still so much life even with all the concrete. In fact I saw a bunch of little green plants sprouting right out of the middle of the sidewalk because there was a layer of dead rotting leaves for them. I wonder if you'd even be able to see any concrete anymore if we didn't touch anything for a few decades.

Nice sentiment! smiley.gif *like*
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Gorgeous ring, I love the colour grin.gif
It's pouring rain here and I just got back from a really long walk, my legs are exhausted in the best way. There are so many flowers and birds to look at right now, I love it. Even though I'm in the middle of the city I still really like wandering around and looking at all the plants and animals, there's still so much life even with all the concrete. In fact I saw a bunch of little green plants sprouting right out of the middle of the sidewalk because there was a layer of dead rotting leaves for them. I wonder if you'd even be able to see any concrete anymore if we didn't touch anything for a few decades.

I think about that kind of thing a lot. Imagining what it would be like if plants started retaking cities without human interference. I think ruins are neat, so it would be cool to see ruins of modern times.
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Just heard a female voice shouting/screaming from my window. Very scary. I listened for a moment to verify that I even heard it and when I certainly did, I couldn't tell if it was someone having sex or someone in trouble. I went outside to the little guard/attendant sitting on the floor and told him about it. He told me not to worry, that there are many security guards downstairs, and that these things happen and that people drink too much. (What he said is hazy, because this all happened in Russian and I didn't catch every word.) He made it sound like the security guards were already taking care of it.The yelling has stopped, but I am horrified that there might be someone out there in trouble and I don't know what to do.

 

I saw several groups of people from the window walking around outside, none of them seemed to be reacting to the noise, but I don't want to fall victim to bystander effect. I really hope that it is just drunken sex and not somebody who needs help...

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I think/hope everything is fine now. I even hear a construction crew working outside, and there are at least two security guards out there. I've also heard more people walking around both in the halls and outside. 

 

I am so jumpy in Russia. My anxiety has just gone through the roof. I'm sure only part of this is Russia's fault.

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In other news, I tried one of Moscow's vegetarian cafes today with my roommate, who is also veg. It was delicious. I just had pasta with cream sauce and veggies, a simple dish in the States, but something hard to come by in Russia. Also, fresh squeezed orange juice. Unfortunately, a lot of Russian juice is not good. Much of it even has added sugar!

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I think/hope everything is fine now. I even hear a construction crew working outside, and there are at least two security guards out there. I've also heard more people walking around both in the halls and outside. 

I am so jumpy in Russia. My anxiety has just gone through the roof. I'm sure only part of this is Russia's fault.

Having security guards around is definitely a good sign, if you haven't heard anything else I guess there's not a lot else you can do. I'd be feeling jumpy and anxious too, traveling is always a little nerve wracking and being in a new environment puts your senses on high alert.
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In other news, I tried one of Moscow's vegetarian cafes today with my roommate, who is also veg. It was delicious. I just had pasta with cream sauce and veggies, a simple dish in the States, but something hard to come by in Russia. Also, fresh squeezed orange juice. Unfortunately, a lot of Russian juice is not good. Much of it even has added sugar!

Yay, a vegetarian cafe! That sounds good, how has it been finding food to eat there as a veg*n?

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Yay, a vegetarian cafe! That sounds good, how has it been finding food to eat there as a veg*n?

 

Not bad. I'm not eating the healthiest well-balanced diet, but it's overall okay. One of the studetn cafeterias is supposed to be a healthier option, so they always have pasta or rice and vegetables. It would be really hard to be vegan here, damn near impossible unless you cooked everything for yourself and went to exclusively vegetarian restaurants. 

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