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Oh hai. =^. .^=
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Gorgeous pussy cat!!
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A friend said she needed a place to store a "fabulous new couch" for a few days until she can get it to her place. This thing is like it was made for me! I want one, but in pink!
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Spray paint it and tell her you have no idea what happened to hers.
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It IS true. That's it, I'm going back to the Well!
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I see what you are saying and I agree that there are degrees of skill etc in games... but essentially, a game is a structure in which you are trying to hit a series of marks or do some specific action or solve a puzzle. That can be fun, and it can be done in a group, but it isn't th same thing as social interaction in my book. The whole attempt to mash up social space and games is fail to me and I really dread the day when g+ goes down that path (while admitting it is probably just a matter of time). All I can hope is that it is as easy to avoid it as to integrate it!
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My friend Jeremy went on tour with Boz Scaggs last summer as an audio tech. He created this awesome video of his experiences.
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For those of you who don't know (and for the sake of this whole Google+ thing), I'm re-posting this little video I made showing off what I get to do as a job during the summer. This was shot earlier this year over a two-week jaunt through Texas.
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Damn, this thing is good!
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I could teach you, but I'd have to charge.
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A dozen Sophia Loren films are available to stream on Netflix. Though I'd avoid Grumpier Old Men.
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BUNNYDOME is ON! Email me for the 411!
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This is really dumb. Does anyone know whether there is a way to stop being shown an ad in gmail? I went to hit "delete" and accidentally clicked on an ad above the button and now it follows me EVERYWHERE! It has a creepy old guy with no shirt on and I am sick to death of him! Is there any way to make it stop? Or have I actually discovered the first thing FB does that Google fails at?!?!?!?
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I'm just rather shocked that there is actually one aspect of fb that I prefer! Bizarre!!!
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I <3 NY!!! Wish I could be at all the weddings!
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I said this elsewhere and I'll say it again: if it really is better to give than to receive, I am in big trouble!
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L to the O to the L! My life may be charmed... but, not that charmed. No, I have not had a fairy godrellie (or a pinball machine) drop out of the sky. I wish! But, I have certainly been the recipient of a lot of love, goodwill, and material goods - and very appreciative of it all!
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Music... it's this magical thing, it's so meaningful... it can transform an empty room into a welcoming space... it's deeply important to so many people.
Unfortunately, in this day and age it is also frequently used to make a buck (or for some other gain) with no care or respect for itself, by people who just want to harness the magic for their own gain.
I really got to see this over the weekend as my husband shopped around for live PA gear. Some people really LOVE music, they have a passion for it and that is why they are in it. Others are just trying to hustle a buck off somebody else's dream.
We went into the Guitar Center in SF on Saturday afternoon and found it to be an unparalleled sonic assault. Honestly, it was worse than burn night on the playa - because it was all in one room!
One kid kept playing some riff over and over and over again, not quite getting it. I couldn't even tell what it was supposed to be (J says "Sweet Child of Mine" which I think is downtempo Guns & Roses, maybe?) but the whole thing made me want to stick a screwdriver into my ear, and sooner than later. Thankfully he found his rig so we don't have to go back to GC!
Anyway, I got to thinking about why this was (besides the obvious: it's Saturday afternoon in SF and you are in a very tourist-accessible location). It's because this is MAGIC and people want to touch the magic. And most of them have no idea how to go about doing that, or even getting close to it. So you get the celebrity system and MTV and Guitarzan Center on Saturday afternoon, full of wankers who probably wouldn't be if only there was more support for music in schools, or more respect for music as something beyond just a mechanism for profit.
I'm thinking this might be more of an LJ post, actually. If I expand it into one, I will post a link. Oh hai G+!
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Here's what I want for my birthday - which is coming up - not that I think I'm going to get it (this year)!
It's a 1976 Elton John themed pinball machine and they go for around 3k... before freight. I love this machine! It has the perfect combination of playability and themeiness. For now I have to go to the Lucky Juju Pinball Museum in Alameda http://pacificpinball.org/ to enjoy the awesomeness. I'm starting to get pretty decent at it!
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I'm not even a pinball princess! I just like to play. Which is the great thing about the free play, you don't have to be good or keep parping out quarters. ;-) I'd love to organize an outing there sometime! It's also a fun date night thing to do, especially when they have the monthly art openings.
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Anyone know whether there is an option to see just new posts rather than posts with new comments on here? TYVM!
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I've heard from a few different googlers that they're working on it. That's my biggest complaint, too.
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