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30 September 2003 @ 06:53 pm
Alrighty then! (best Jim Carrey impersonation).  
I don't think I've written any long, rambling, pointless entries for a while.
You know the stuff that passes for a "journal". Maybe I should just post some more quizzes and leave it at that.
Or maybe I should just go have a flame war with a fifteen year old that thinks she's "teh sex".
Live journal makes me laugh so hard sometimes, and that's why it's so damn addictive...

It's weird the different ways in which my friends list grows, sometimes from having a discussion in a community, sometimes through friends of friends, sometimes because someone likes my icon (I've been getting SO many comments about my icons- put some words on top of a picture from a popular tv show or movie and you become EVERYBODY'S friend!), and sometimes for no apparant reason at all. It's all good, I like to read a variety of different journals...

I know at least one stranger stopped listing me as a friend because of what I said about Patriots Day and Sept 11, and I think that tarleon dumped me because of what I said when he complained I didn't use a cut. I hope he wasn't really pissed, but somettimes I wonder...

But, if I ever offend anyone with what I say in my journal, well, you can go and get fucked. :)
Does putting a smiley face after saying something rude make it okay?

My journal should come with a warning:

(S) Sarcasm
(P) Philosophies that may not mesh with your own
(U) Uncompromising Humour (or attempts at such)
(R) Religious Themes
(T) Thought-provoking Content

Maybe I should stop blowing my own damn trumpet.
Mr Sinisterglintsinisterglint on September 30th, 2003 05:10 am (UTC)
Perhaps also add a warning about potentially offensive acrostics or acronyms.
Jacobyak_boy on September 30th, 2003 05:19 am (UTC)
I put (MA) before THIS JOURNAL... but I used triangular brackets and of course it took it as being some kind of meaningless HTML tag!

As for the acrostic, I had SPRT, just coincidentally, and looked at and thought "there should be a 'u' there."