November 10th, 2003

Dandelion

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It is clearly still Saturday, not Monday.

I

do

not

want

to

go

to

class.

I'm worried about how upset I was when I woke up and realized it was Monday.
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    burned way the heck out
Dandelion

(no subject)

Now I am at school.

I

do

not

want

to

be

at

school.

I leave you all with a very bad painting I did this weekend, portraying a fruit bat and his well-placed concern.

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    the same
Match Girl

Afterthought

From my last post, it occured to me that stating that the art was "a very bad painting" may have come off as deliberate self-deprication in order to win compliments (this was from my own thoughts, not a reaction to the very kind compliments I got from my friends).

I don't ever do that. I called it that because in comparison with many other artists I know (cough, hack, cough), it IS bad. I painted this because it was a picture that had been floating around in my head for a long time, and I wanted to to see it on paper.

For me, artwise, this is actually quite good. Most importantly, I'm very pleased with the end result and it accomplished what I wanted to. And it makes me smile. Definitely a success.
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    thoughtful thoughtful
Sierra Night

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This is quite the awesome. It's an easy 17 question quiz that tests your consistency between beliefs in higher powers, and their application to everyday philosophy. Please give it a try; I highly recommend it.

You can get dinged for two potential things: first ("take a hit") if you state one conviction for one question and then later completely contradict yourself with a later question. Two ("bite the bullet"), if you state some conviction, and later make a statement that agrees with the earlier conviction, but in such a way that you support an idea that society normally frowns upon.

It doesn't judge you based on your beliefs...it simply judges whether or not you hold hypocritical philosophies.

There's a lot of people that I would love to see confronting their beliefs in this way. Especially people that sell religion door-to-door. naruvonwilkins, if you're reading, I think this might be up your alley in particular. Also, possibly, troglodyteking.
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    link pimping