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Coast to Coast Walk [Jul. 3rd, 2008|07:58 am]
I've always wanted to walk across England, from St. Bees to Robin Hood's Bay, through Yorkshire and the Lake District. This plan is tentatively scheduled for Fall of 2010 when archerpren and I are going to Bath, for Jane Austen festivities, then we're going to split up--she's going to go off to play with Chad, and I'm going to head to Northern England. I thought some pictures of how lovely it is might be of interest.

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Tyson Homosexual [Jul. 2nd, 2008|04:04 pm]
[mood |amusedamused]

AFA's Search/Replace Function Works Perfectly

Category: Politics
Posted on: June 30, 2008 9:30 AM, by Ed Brayton

This is absolutely hilarious. The American Family Association has a policy at its new outlet, OneNewsNow, never to use the word "gay" but to replace it with "homosexual." And that works absolutely perfectly until they write an article about an athlete whose last name is Gay, as in Tyson Gay, the fastest man on the US Olympic track team. And then you get this:

Tyson Homosexual was a blur in blue, sprinting 100 meters faster than anyone ever has.

His time of 9.68 seconds at the U.S. Olympic trials Sunday doesn't count as a world record, because it was run with the help of a too-strong tailwind. Here's what does matter: Homosexual qualified for his first Summer Games team and served notice he's certainly someone to watch in Beijing.

"It means a lot to me," the 25-year-old Homosexual said. "I'm glad my body could do it, because now I know I have it in me."

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Unicorn found in Rome [Jun. 12th, 2008|01:37 pm]
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(no subject) [Mar. 13th, 2008|03:35 pm]
Tagged by mindymoon

List ten fictional characters you wouldn't kick out of bed (in no particular order) and tag five people to do the same.

1. Let's start with the obvious--Mr. Darcy.
2. Newland Archer -- The Age of Innocence
3. Tom LeFroy -- Becoming Jane
4. Laurie -- Little Women
5. Holden Caulfield
6. Minister Ramberti -- Dangerous Beauty
7. Guy Bennett, Tommy Judd, James Harcourt -- Another Country
8. Jesse Tuck -- Tuck Everlasting
9. Cary Grant -- Charade -- he had so many names in that movie, I can't remember which one stuck.
10. This one is really embarrassing, but I read it because of a boy. Mitch Rapp from any book by Vince Flynn

I tag archerpren usqueba beathog psaltrychic dieppe
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Test 2 [Mar. 13th, 2008|03:27 pm]
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Testing, testing [Mar. 13th, 2008|03:15 pm]
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(no subject) [Mar. 1st, 2008|09:51 am]
Come follow follow follow...
Fun and games from beathog and archerpren:

1. What is your name: Leslie
2. Four letter word: lion
3. Vehicle: Lamborghini
4. City: London, Leipzig (in honor of Clara), Lhasa (I've always wanted to go there), Liverpool (where my ancestors are from), Lake district.
5. Boy Name: Lars
6. Girl Name: Livia
7. Alcoholic drink: limoncello, Lune de Miel, Lalla Rookh Cocktail, lemon balm tea
8. Occupation: Lady-in-waiting
9. Something you wear: lederhosen
10. Celebrity: Lana Turner, Lang Lang, Loretta Sanchez, Lucille Ball
11. Food: Lebkuchen
12. Something found in a bathroom: lavender (my bathroom has a provence theme)
13. Reason for being late: lost my car keys
14. Cartoon Character: Lou Lou Who
15. Something you shout: Look out for flying pink fairy armadillos. I don't really shout, but I guess if I were to shout, that would be something I might say.
16. Animal: Little Blue Fairy Penguin
17. Body part: lymph nodes
18. Word to describe you: latitudinarian, leonine
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Mozart on Rollerblades [Feb. 23rd, 2008|10:43 am]
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Lesbian terrorists invade presidential election [Jan. 29th, 2008|05:22 pm]
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I know I posted this 2 years ago, but some things bear repeating [Jan. 21st, 2008|04:04 pm]
"Mrs. Hall of Sherbourne was brought to bed yesterday of a dead child, some weeks before she expected, owing to a fright. I suppose she happened unawares to look at her husband."

Jane Austen
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