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    The Mysterious Cities of Gold. My one true favorite. Everything else was just playing for second.
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    My apologies for my absence but school has kept me quite busy. But the time has come for me to announce some big ass news. I'm moving. It's Section 8/HUD housing with the cheapest rent based off my income and me being a student. Since 2009, I have been a part of a residential program in my county's health department program. I've lived with all sorts of crazy room mates. Some good, bad, and the current two I have are actually decent human beings. Unfortunately, we tried living together and it did not work out, so I doubt it'll work out in the community (with no staff). About a month ago a got the letter my name had come up on the list. After going on an interview and filling out more paperwork than I'll ever do again, the process is finally OVER. I was given permission to tour the place and move in. It's on the 4th floor with an elevator. Because this is literally the ONLY forum on earth I can say this without offending those here It's ABOUT FUCKING TIME!!! I'll be on Facebook if you need me. Just happy I could check in. For those sending xmas cards, hopefully the mail will forward because not even I know my exact address yet. Just thought I'd pop in and make this announcement.
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    Pretty car love. I've got a car now, and I'm learning to drive. One of my uncle's sold it to us, because he wanted another truck. :3
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    My sweet Rhea. Got her 2 weeks ago but she makes me happy every day
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    They day Dom arrived in Thailand will always be my favourite day. Meeting him at the airport, the taxi home, fucking, unpacking, talking fucking, dinner, shopping, coming home and fucking to music this time. (Lol, we bought a stereo on the first day he arrived because I had left my husband and had taken almost nothing with me - and just lived in possession-less limbo until Dom arrived). Also on holiday in Krabi, Dom and I drank coffee and talked and ate great food and were amazed at the beauty of the world and sat on the beach at night and listened to the sea. I think another wonderful day in my pre Dom life was the first time I went to a tropical island. I was living with 2 female friends in Singapore and we went to Pulau Babi Besar in Malaysia. It was insanely beautiful, we arrived via a small boat late at night and there was phosphorescent plankton in the sea that sparkled in the wake of the boat and in the waves that splashed around the sides. I got off the boat and stood on the beach in the moonlight and starlight, and the air was warm and the beach was surrounded by silhouettes of palm trees. I have experienced that many times since, and I always love it - but the first time blew my mind.
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    Don't really do much in the way of live music, but I did get to see Chris Rock live back in May, which was awesome.
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    So Many pretty photos!
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    Thank you love...It was a good day.
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    @Spyder That's badass. @hirondelle - did you know about this?
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    I have found toothache responds excellently to strong drugs. So toothache for me too - plus drugs. Please.
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    @SpyderI love it. I love you. Thank you for the pics. I can almost forgive you for not showing me despite being in regular (as in at least once a year ha) contact on Whatsapp.
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    o_O My bad. Thought I had shared it with you guys before now. Have had it for 3-4 years now.
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    That Spyder was lost in his mind, yes... yes I did. That he had a tattoo of the phrase... I don't think I so @fox. I remember talk - Texas longhorn on the arm / Texas flag on the heart. But I have no recollection of actual ink. We obviously need photos. Obviously. Big Obvious.
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    He-Man, She-Ra, and the My Little Ponies were top three. There were others, but those were most important.
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    Just so you know, The Northlands has been updated to the latest version. If there are any issues, please let me know as soon as possible.
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    Being asked in for follow-up talks in regards to a job application
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    Beautiful quick videos @icewlf. I hope you have fun!
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    I love live music. Concerts make me happy. I don't know what The Best was. But I have seen KISS (twice), which was outstanding (the Vancouver show was better than the local one, but it was amazing to see them here), and AC/DC (also twice. The first time, in Tacoma, was outstanding. Maybe, actually, my best concert experience. Because it was AC/DC and we had phenomenal seats in a fairly intimate atmosphere). Ohhhhhhhhhhh...Apocalyptica in the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver was breathtaking. ...it's hard to pick, guys. I LOVE concerts.
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    Infinity Born - Douglas E Richards
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    Off to Prague for a week!! <3
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    I've been to an embarrassingly small number of live concerts, but probably the best one was Jimmy Buffett.
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    Remembering that I'm worth loving. (By my Self. Like. Obviously the people who love me, but I'm actually worth my own love. I'd forgotten that. In a monumental way. I'm getting a glimpse tonight. It's powerful and amazing and I'm happy for it and I hope I can keep and grow this feeling.)
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    Because first it made me sad. And because then it made me really fucking frustrated. And because then it motivated me to prove a bitch wrong. And because THEN it made me amused. Because she's not a good person. Because she is not innocent. Because she is deeply, DEEPLY fucking flawed. Because I'm not fucking broken. I'm bruised, but I'm not fucking broken. Because GFY, asshole.
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    because @fox once he starts it is hard to shut him up [/sarcasm]
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    Adorable Adorable Sneks https://www.boredpanda.com/cute-snake-pictures/?page_numb=1&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=liquidsocial&utm_content=9bVg
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    Toothache. I go fetal just thinking about getting kicked in the nuts.
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    Childbirth. Always childbirth.
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    I love books, but I don't have the luxury of space for them and hate having to sell them / give them away. So ebooks are a godsend for me. Also much easier to carry around, read on my commute etc. Additionally in most cases the kindle version is cheaper and I don't have to pay shipping. And finally purchase / delivery is instant so you can go from - hmm I fancy reading X to actually reading X in seconds rather than having to schedule a trip to Waterstones.
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    @Spyder , I'm with you on the LotR books. Seemed to me that Tolkien wasn't very good at writing action. Good at world building, though. Sounds like that might be the focus of the new series. Just not sure I'm all that interested in it, especially at the expense of something different. As an advocate for reasonable copyright terms though, it's bewildering to me to see the scope of the legal battles involving a work published over 60 years ago and long after the author's death.
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    With this ring by Patricia Kay
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    Oh,, and watching a total gangsta pigeon intimidate people at the train station =P
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    Tough choices! Buffy The Vampire Slayer Veronica Mars Game of Thrones Friends Forever White Collar Secret Circle Coupling - I am sure I nearly died laughing to this on a number of occasions, I just couldn't stop laughing long enough to breathe. Ringer House of Cards Just missed the cut: Hellcats (no second series!), Big Bang Theory (changed too much, liked the early ones best), Glory Daze (cancelled part way through series), Scrubs (seen it so much I am bored of it), Westworld (good start but got bored), Edit! : I forgot Franklin and Bash, NCIS: LA, Hawaii 50, Leverage, Human Target and Hooten and the Lady. Will have to revise my top 10 now...
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    Okay, finally got around to it. I've never been one for film noir (nor Ridley Scott), probably explaining why I didn't get much into it. Or it might just be that some of the sci-fi in this era was just plain weird (i.e., the first Star Trek film or Dune). The older reviews seem to focus on the visual design though, which is definitely amazing. It's also interesting to look at old visions of the future--this one has the flying cars and off-world travel, but at the same time, there's few miniaturized electronics and newspapers feel anachronistic. This didn't have me raring to go out and see the new one in a theater, but I'll probably check it out next year.
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