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Karen Hebert
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I didn't realize that's who played him! Aw snap...
 
11 reasons we all wish we were Lord Flashheart http://bzfd.it/1liCs4z 
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DAMN IT! Still losing the good ones!
 
HR Giger, the man who designed both the monster and the sets in Alien, has died aged 74. He was known as a surrealist artist, but described his own work as “biomechanical.” The son of a chemist, Swiss-born Giger rejected his father’s advice that art would…
HR Giger, the man who designed both the monster and the sets in Alien, has died aged 74. He was known as a surrealist artist, but described his own work as "biomechanical." The son of a chemist, Sw...
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Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelll, here we go again. Moving out tomorrow. Though not of our choosing, this move will be good for us, I think. So, here's hoping we get good news tomorrow.

Anyone in the area wanna help? We can give gratitude! ^^
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Ramones tribute. Totally worth it.
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I freaking love you. XD Poly - doohickey-- glycol. XD
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Hi ya Lauren! I miss you!
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I wrote something! SQUEE!

The Bronze Lady

The inventor was lonely. Usually she felt a healthy sense of care and wonder around her cogs and gears, but for some reason, lately, they weren’t enough for her. She had to come up with something wonderful. She felt an intense need to make something that would be looked upon with adoration and praise. Or perhaps, she simply needed to kill her loneliness. So, try she did. Her first attempt was somewhat off. The gears didn’t turn quite right and the strings kept popping. The piece kept falling apart before it took its first steps. She had to find something better. Lock and pin hinges made the next attempt better, but far from perfect. Any jarring in the steps of the piece and yet again, it would fall apart. 
Her third and fourth attempts blew up in her face. Literally. She would not stop trying until something went right with the piece she was fashioning. And then, after a few more failed attempts and singed eyebrows, she finally got a finished product that had very few flaws. She cleaned up her workspace, quietly. She wanted there to be nothing for her new piece to trip on and fall. Looking at the final step in her creative process sitting on the worktable, she smiled. When she was done tidying up, she went and got the metal polish. Scrubbed until it shined, the inventor’s piece was finally ready to test out. Her heart was full and her brain was buzzing. This would work. She was so happy and the product was a good prototype. 
She went to the product’s chest, running her soot smeared fingers across the keyhole. Taking the key from around her neck, she slid it in and felt the tumblers fall into place as the product whirred to life. The gears and locks were clicking and ticking as her beautiful creation’s eyes opened. She was elated! It worked! With tears in her eyes, she spoke to it. “Hello, my lady. What is your name?” The robotic woman stared back at her, confused. 

“Name? What is name?”
“Yes, my darling. Shall I name you?”
“Dar-ling. Dar-l-ling. Darling. Name is Darling?”
The woman was weeping openly now. Her beauty came to life. “Yes. Your name will be Darling. Are you able to get off of the table and walk to me?” The automaton took her hands and placed them against the edges of the table and pushed softly. There was a metallic clang as her feet hit the floor. The inventor supposed she would have to get some more oil at her mechanic’s shop on Monday so Darling wouldn’t squeak. The machine looked at her maker and tilted her head to the side. “Name? What is your name?”
She was caught off guard. She didn’t expect the cogs and such in the brain to function that well the first time her Darling was powered up. She looked at the metal woman precariously and said, “Ana. Ana is my name, Darling. That is what you may call me.” 
“A-na. An-a. Ana. Good. Darling will call Ana by her name. Shall I walk to you, Ana?”

Darling was picking up speech patterns quickly. Ana nodded assent and put out her hands. “Yes, Darling. Please. Walk to me.” Her first few steps faltered a little. There was squeaking in the joints as well as the heart mechanism, but Darling was working out how to step carefully with every new footfall. By the time she reached Ana, she was as fluid as she was going to be. Grasping Ana’s hand, the mechanical lady stood very still and said, “Did Darling do well, Ana? Did Darling walk?” 
The inventor’s face lit up and she began to weep a few stray tears anew. “Yes! Yes my Darling, you did walk. Ana is proud of you.” The automaton’s metallic hand reached out to touch Ana’s cheek.
“Ana is leaking oil? Darling did not mean to make Ana leak oil. Oil is essential to life…”
“No, my dear. No. I’m not leaking oil… You did very well. Very well. What would you like to do first? Would you like to help me build?”
The robotic female’s gears were turning. Ana could hear them. Yes, oil on Monday for certain. After a while, the mechanical mouth turned up in a parody of Ana’s easy smile. “Yes, Ana. Darling wants to help build. Shall we build an animal?”
Ana was so proud she could have burst, right at that exact moment. At this momentous occasion, she could not help but be overwhelmed with joy. She settled for a nod to her newest friend. “Yes. Let’s study the schematics and make ourselves a puppy friend. “
“Yes, Ana. Puppy friend. Let’s make one.”


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I like this song. And just like everything she does, it's all a part of her perspective. A perspective and a video I can watch over and over. Awesome!
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I have a new computer! Yay! I love pawn shops. ^_^
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I'm me. I'm fun. I'm cute.

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