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Funny story: When I moved to Los Angeles, I donated a whole bunch of old novels to the library. About 3 weeks later, I got a call from a good friend of mine who was browsing books at a used bookstore and found a paperback copy of The Vampire Lestat by Anne Rice on the shelf, and inside the back cover was snapshot of me and my ex-boyfriend taken at my brother's wedding back in 2006. It was one of the books I had donated to the library, and somebody who knew me happened to be the one to find it.
kind of works out, since the nexus forums [bigger]actually calls you out on promising that you've read stuff that you haven't read
Reminds me of the South Park episode where the iTunes terms of service were revealed to include a clause where Apple could make you part if a human centipede...
I had an interesting chat with my mom who is a psych nurse. They seem to have a suddenly large trans population on her pediatric unit. I tried to give her some useful info based on so many of your stories (particularly understanding the idea that trams encompasses many identities, including gender-nonconformity and so on). The outcome was that she realized there is a lot to learn, and it looks like they will be bringing somebody in to better educate the staff on gender identity matters.
It's okay. We understand.
Periodically you allow her to be chained to a workstation in the basement to report on your social media accounts. No need to clarify.
Freehold DM wrote:
Except I had to work anyway, from home, in between shifts of shoveling snow.
David M Mallon wrote:
After several hours of playing Dragon Age: Origins, I've realized that I accidentally made my mage character to look more than a bit like Fran Katzenjammer. I'm not sure how I feel about this.
Somehow I managed to make my Inquisition character look uncommonly hot. John walked in and was like "Oh my god..."
Maybe too much customization is a bad thing.
gran rey de los mono wrote:
When I was leaving work this morning something caught my eye. The car dealership next door was receiving a delivery. That's not too unusual, but since the cargo consisted of 11 (presumably) brand-new Corvettes, I had to stop for a moment and look. I would never want a Corvette (well, maybe a classic one if I had a s#%$-ton of money), but they sure are pretty to look at.
Earlier today somebody called me about the service plan for my 2011 Corvette. The call made me wonder whether it's possible that I've owned a 2011 Corvette all this time and not known about it...
Freehold DM wrote:
I'm thinking a really meditative Phillip Glass-style score would accentuate the ridiculousness in a way that would make people want to find hidden meanings and s@~*.