A few words
"When we describe the Moon as dead, we are describing the deadness in ourselves. When we find space so hideously void, we are describing our own unbearable emptiness."
~ D.H. Lawrence
"Is the meaning of life defined by its duration? Or does life have a purpose so large that it doesn't have to be prolonged at any cost to preserve its meaning?"
"Living is not good, but living well. The wise man, therefore, lives as well as he should, not as long as he can... He will always think of life in terms of quality not quantity... Dying early or late is of no relevance, dying well or ill is... even if it is true that while there is life there is hope, life is not to be bought at any cost."
"People will tell you nothing matters, the whole world's about to end soon anyway. Those people are looking at life the wrong way. I mean, things don't need to last forever to be perfect."
~ Daydream Nation
"All Bette's stories have happy endings. That's because she knows where to stop. She's realized the real problem with stories-- if you keep them going long enough, they always end in death."
~ The Sandman: Preludes & Nocturnes
"The road now stretched across open country, and it occurred to me - not by way of protest, not as a symbol, or anything like that, but merely as a novel experience - that since I had disregarded all laws of humanity, I might as well disregard the rules of traffic. So I crossed to the left side of the highway and checked the feeling, and the feeling was good. It was a pleasant diaphragmal melting, with elements of diffused tactility, all this enhanced by the thought that nothing could be nearer to the elimination of basic physical laws than deliberately driving on the wrong site of the road."
~ Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita
"It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend."
~ William Blake
Kill that boredom!
Binder Paper Comics
Web Comics and Such
A Distant Soil (Some nudity)
The Adventures of Gyno-Star (Some explicit stuff)
Blue Milk Special
Cigarro & Cerveja
Cyanide and Happiness
dead winter (has some explicit stuff)
Devilbear: The Grimoires of Bearalzebub (PG-13?)
Eat That Toast!
The Fancy Adventures of Jack Cannon
For Lack of a Better Comic
Girls with Slingshots (some explicit stuff...?)
The Intrepid Girlbot
The Last Halloween
Last Train to Old Town
The League of Evil Genius
Legend of Bill
Living With Insanity (some nudity)
Love Me Nice
Married to the Sea
The Moon Prince
Moth (Some nudity)
The Non-Adventures of Wonderella
Political Cartoonists Index
Poorly Drawn Lines
The Property of Hate
Robbie and Bobby
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
Scenes from a Multiverse
The Secret Knots
Stand Still. Stay Silent
Strong Female Protagonist
The Super Fogeys
Tales of Pylea
Three Word Phrase (some nudity)
Tiny Kitten Teeth
Toothpaste for Dinner
Trying Human (Some nudity)
Two Guys and Guy
Yellow Peril (PG-13)
Infrequently/No Longer Updating Web Comics
The Abominable Charles Christopher
The Adventures of Dr. McNinja
The Adventures of Ellie Connelly
Bag of Toast
Bear in Mind
The Book of Biff
Chain Bear (Some explicit stuff)
Daisy is Dead
Ectopiary (Some nudity)
Edmund Finney's Quest to Find the Meaning of Life
A Fine Example
Finn and Charlie are HITCHED
Hark! A Vagrant
Head Doctor Productions
Hello with Cheese
Kyle & Atticus
Lesbian Pirates from Outer Space
Letters to a Wild Boar
Lovecraft is Missing
Meat and Plastic
The Nerds of Paradise
No Reason Comics
One Swoop Fell
Pictures for Sad Children
A Redtail's Dream
Roy's Boys (PG 13?)
Run Freak Run
The Super Gay Adventures of Ross Boston
YU + ME
Pure Flash Awesomeness
Die Anstalt : Toy Psychiatry
Clients from Hell
Creatures in My Head
Damn You Auto Correct!
Jhonen Vasquez's site
Overheard in New York
Passive Aggressive Notes
Tomorrow is the first day of LW
Sunday, February 11, 2007
LW being Love Week, of course.
I doubt it'll be that much different than any other week, but we'll just have to see, now won't we?
Middaymoon... you've got it going on... most popular person on the list. :0
Here are a few pictures... one from my house and others from a store called Tuesday Morning.
Water droplets on a tree outside my window.
Now you can eat your food and dress like it too.
Texting is taking over.... other side says RUOK? Other pillows say OVR8D, XLNT, NURDRMS, and..... I forgot what else.
Interesting purse I found.
A whale garden decoration.
This one is from Gene's Fine Foods.... "made with 100% real mermaid or your money back!"
Head of the House
Saturday, February 10, 2007
Next week is LOVE week :0
Friday, February 9, 2007
Or at least that's what my school calls it.
Clouds in the sky.
A puddle with water dripping down into it.
Those were the only pictures I took today.
I feel like I should eat something. All I've had today is half a handful of cashews. We don't have anything I want to eat....
Nothing really spectacular happened today. I didn't end up doing my speech in History, but I think it's a guarantee I'll go Monday. This is what I have so far:
Unless you've never worn clothes before, or have lived under a rock your whole life, you probably know what FASHION is. You know, how your clothes look and all that fun stuff. Even cavemen had fashion (once they started wearing clothes.... or loinclothes). But that's not what I'm talking about. MY topic is fashions of WWI. Before the war, women wore corsets and huge dresses. They exaggerated their bodyparts for that freakishy feminine look. When I say that I mean they not only had hourglass figures, but they packed some junk up in their chests and posteriors. When the men left to fight in the war, women had to take over factory jobs, and some even joined the army. They realized they couldn't work if they couldn't breathe (corsets, you know?). Dresses got narrower, hemlines went up. Hair got shorter and clothes were more plain due to a dye shortage.
When I say "narrower" I mean their skirts were slightly bigger than pantlegs. Some women tied a cord around their legs so they couldn't move too far; if they didn't they would trip. This doesn't really make sense, seeing as the whole goal here was more mobility, but not everybody gets it right the first time. Something they DID do correctly was bring up the hemline. Someone must've figured out that walking is easier when you don't have twenty pounds of fabric dragging on the ground around your feet. Though the change was slow, it was definitely noticeable.
Men's fashions changed too as a result of the war. They used to wear tail coats and top hats all the time, but stopped wearing them except in extremely formal situations. And even that happened very rarely. Men started wearing sack suits and tuxedos, clothes more recognizable to our twenty first century eyes.
In 1917 U.S. Rubber invented sneakers, named so because they made no noise when people walked in them. Until then all other shoes, excepting moccasins, made sounds when walked in.
Yeah... that's it. Haven't really figured out the rest yet. :P
I'm not really sure what the people who wrote this were thinking, but boy if it didn't give me a good laugh.
Thursday, February 8, 2007
Rain rain WHY AREN'T YOU HERE?!?!
Wednesday, February 7, 2007
Twenty years from now
Tuesday, February 6, 2007
Monday, February 5, 2007
How worms do IT
Sunday, February 4, 2007
Yes, I admit... I watch it regularly. I can't help it though... cooking... lame, terrible jokes about food..... fat women pretending to be in ecstasy after eating their food.... come on.
Rachael Ray can be annoying, but I guess she really affects some people. :P
Want some EVOO on that? Heh.
This may be just me, but I was wondering how worms reproduce. I mean, before I looked it up I really didn't know. I kind of thought they just.... appeared... like maybe the worm secretly had arms and legs or something but then they fell off and made baby worms. I didn't think they had any parts to do "it". Guess they do though, actually, each worm is both male and female. Apparently they brush up against each other and store each other's (I shall call it.... baby-making-juice, bmj for short) bmj in this little compartment thingy. Then later they make a cocoon (worm cocoons, who knew?) and lay... eggs... in it. With the bmj. The cocoons can lay dormant for years until the conditions are right, then the eggs hatch and little baby worms come out... six weeks later they're adults and the whole thing starts over again.
I don't know why you would want to know that at all but I hope you've learned something.
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