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Sunday, June 18, 2006
Or make me want to stab out my eyes
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Go on, get yer own.
Posted by Broad11:42 AM
I can tell you something ELSE I need
Ganked from li'l Sheri, go to Google and, in quotes, type in your name and the word needs.
Broad needs donors to think of the community's needs. (Um, no, she needs them to think of her impending root canals and them only)
Broad needs heavy customization, implementation and integration.
Broad needs you to describe your audience, select sources of information that will give you fresh perspectives and ask questions.
Broad needs Red Cross Relief Funds. (Indeed!)
Broad needs safety interface modules. (Sure. Can I sell them?)

Posted by Broad6:24 AM
Saturday, May 13, 2006
Fucking cancer
Popped over to Zoot's and found this: Lookit

I read Jessica only a few times through various and sundry surfing, but reading this made my heart sink. Thirty-three years old, folks. Jesus Christ.
Posted by Broad10:03 AM
Thursday, May 04, 2006
I told y’all I’m now on MySpace too, right?
Prolly not, but here it is if you're interested: Lookit

Other than checking it, I won't blogging there or anything because I have this blog, and there's no sense in reinventing the wheel. Truth be told, I'm not even really a fan of MySpace because I think the format is uglier than shit. I got on there, though, for two reasons: 1) I slapped together a basic page for my band pals Bite the Lime, and 2) my baby sister said I should because that's where her social life is. And I have other NWI band friends who I wanted to support, so I guess that means I now have three reasons to be on there. Anyway, there it is. It's not pretty at all, but it works.
Posted by Broad7:07 AM
Wednesday, May 03, 2006
I love getting e-mails from The Universe
In my e-mail today:
For you, [Broad], it's never really been all about the cottage at the beach, a multimillion dollar bank account and the adoration of fans, has it?

Ok, a teeny, tiny bit.

Instead, it's been about having a life that allows for the expression of your creativity and exchanging your rare and special gifts with the world. To be yourself, no matter the cost, laughing often, and knowing to your core the meaning of love, friendship and sleeping in.

Just wanted you to know that I know this about you. And that I think it's just great how you're imagining the latter when you visualize these days...

Pretty much got you pegged, huh?
The Universe

Posted by Broad5:26 AM
Sunday, April 16, 2006
By posting this, does this mean I’m a good Christian?
I mean, it exposes the real truth about the Easter Bunny, right?

Lookit
Posted by Broad3:28 PM
Sunday, March 19, 2006
Indeed
Your Stripper Song Is
Super Freak by Rick James

"That girl is pretty wild now
The girl's a super freak
The kind of girl you read about
In new-wave magazine"

Freaky? Yes. But you're also pretty darn funny.


[Horked from the lovely Col]
Posted by Broad3:18 PM
Friday, March 10, 2006
Just like Ol’ King Cole, but not really
You Are a Peacemaker Soul
You strive to please others and compromise anyway you can.
War or conflict bothers you, and you would do anything to keep the peace.
You are a good mediator and a true negotiator.
Sometimes you do too much, trying so hard to make people happy.

While you keep the peace, you tend to be secretly judgmental.
You lose respect for people who don't like to both give and take.
On the flip side, you've got a great sense of humor and wit.
You're always diplomatic and able to give good advice.

Souls you are most compatible with: Warrior Soul, Hunter Soul and Visionary Soul

Posted by Broad1:41 PM
Wednesday, March 08, 2006
There’s a name for it
If you haven't been reading Forksplit, you should, if for nothing else than her post on relationships: Lookit.

Now, I'm not going to say that my life in any way mirrors hers, because it doesn't; my childhood isn't nearly as nightmarish, not even close. But I know people whose are, and just the way she touches on the isolation I think we feel at various times or even all the time is the kind of stuff I wish I was emotionally capable of conveying. Just brilliant.
Posted by Broad8:14 AM
Did y’all hear
about the 1 million blog project? For a buck (or more, depending on how much you feel like chipping in), Dude'll make a button to your blog and put it on this giant grid. Then, when he reaches 1 million blogs (and, presumably, 1 million bones, but he'll likely have more than that), he's going to pay it forward and give the money back in advertising to a bunch of the blogs who signed up. And dude even makes you a little button (seen over on the sidebar) with your grid number on it for you.

I already chipped in a buck, so I think y'all should, too.
Posted by Broad4:20 AM
Tuesday, February 21, 2006
Original content TK, but for now, tell me something I didn’t already know

English

100%

Journalism

100%

Psychology

83%

Linguistics

75%

Theater

75%

Anthropology

75%

Sociology

67%

Dance

67%

Biology

67%

Mathematics

50%

Engineering

42%

Philosophy

33%

Art

33%

Chemistry

17%

What is your Perfect Major? (PLEASE RATE ME!!<3)
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[Fonded at Frankie's]
Posted by Broad2:44 PM
Monday, February 20, 2006
Me and Snidgey are the same again …
Broad --
[noun]:

A real life muppet

'How will you be defined in the dictionary?' at QuizGalaxy.com


[From the Headcase, yo!]
Posted by Broad6:39 PM
Monday, February 13, 2006
Bridget Fonda in Single White Female, I ain’t
For those of you who, like me, are fascinated by who you resemble or may be in your family tree, do what Snidgey and I did: Lookit So far, one picture says I look 51 percent like her, and another says I look like this by 63 percent.

To further complicate matters, BFKAS is 68 percent THIS.
Posted by Broad9:14 AM
Wednesday, February 01, 2006
If only there was something in MY memoirs to retract
Since the blogosphere isn't done giving James Frey what he deservestalking about James Frey, please pay homage to the brilliance of Banterist, who came clean about his memoirs: Lookit.

[Via Gawker]
Posted by Broad6:20 AM
Tuesday, January 24, 2006
Since I’m going to hell anyway
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The commercials kill me -- what can I do!??

See many more atrocities against religion here: Lookit [Found via the sacriligious mac]
Posted by Broad8:58 AM
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It is the job of a good person to be honest. To be self-aware. To deliberately explore the fault lines of your character and try desperately to not inflict suffering in this strange, ghost-ridden world of worked and fabricated objects. Sometimes the jobs of writer and good person coincide. But more often they don’t. There are way more writers in the world than there are good people.

100 things
Info meme #1
Typelogic says I'm an INFP.
Check my weekly astrological groove here.

Give it to me, baby.

Pssst ... My birthday's Feb. 3, and I want this, and this, and this ...


The Make-Believe Oral Cancer Foundation (M-BOCF) is now accepting donations on my behalf. Won't you please help those of us who jump to hideous conclusions regarding our oral health and help me get a root canal or two!??:



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