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Sunday, 16th May, 2010

05:25 am - Ziggy the Walrus' Library of Slash Fiction [sticky post]
Ziggy the Walrus' Library of Slash Fiction

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Current Mood: sleepysleepy
Current Music: Sebastian - Steve Harley

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Wednesday, 13th August, 2014

03:29 am - Days 10, 11, 12 - It's Only Rock'n'Roll (But I Like It)

My first IAMX show. Chris was really frustrated over how empty the venue was, but he put all his anger into his performance, turning it into something useful.


My second Paul show. I was sitting in a section filled with people who were dead inside and was the only one standing while the band were playing one of Paul's new tunes, "Sing The Changes" (amazing song, especially live - gives me chills). Paul looked over and saw me enjoying the song and pointed at me and smiled. It ruled.

"Liam" aka "Two hardcore Oasis fans recognise each other"

Beady Eye in LA. Being on the receiving end of that stare is quite an experience.

Current Music: Let It Bleed

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Tuesday, 12th August, 2014

07:24 am - Giver of the very best gift

Robin Williams

Looks like it's time for a movie marathon! I'm not sure if I want to watch What Dreams May Come, though. It's a little too tragically appropriate at the moment. Aladdin, Mrs. Doubtfire, Jumanji, Dead Poets Society, 1 Hour Photo, Bicentennial Man, Patch Adams, Flubber, The Birdcage, Hook... That's actually a shitload of movies to watch. He was such a fixture of my childhood, and so ridiculously, hilariously funny. It's really the saddest people who can best appreciate humour, and he was clearly one of them. He was one of those rare people who can make me laugh like an idiot, and I'm very sad that he fell into the pit of depression and wasn't able to climb back out again.


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Wednesday, 6th August, 2014

10:49 pm - Days 4, 5, 6 - The Eagle and The Hawk
"The spine of a large animal, suspended in a tree"

"Dying butterfly in the gloaming"

"We eagles three"

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I still have the spine and the butterfly.


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Sunday, 13th July, 2014

04:49 am - That's mighty queer
So, since I missed the Pride Parade this year, I thought I would put together the gayest playlist I could think of off the top of my head. Here it is!

Lesbian songs are in Bold, because they're kind of rare as unicorns and I want to highlight them.

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This playlist is officially dedicated to the Westboro Baptist Church! <3 <3 <3


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Tuesday, 1st July, 2014

01:56 am - Thrift store jackpot
I was quietly minding my own business at one of the local thrift shops, when this beauty jumped into my arms and demanded to be taken home:

It's a hand-painted reproduction, and is really gorgeously reminiscent of van Gogh's thick, three-dimensional mark-making! 2D representations of his work are just a pale shadow of the real thing, and I was absolutely thrilled to find a copy done in actual oils. You can see the texture here:


*~Fun Pop Tune of The Week~*

"Can I" by Love Dollhouse
A cute, fun all-girl song with Spice Girlsy vocal harmonies and a narrator who knows what she likes in men and isn't afraid to say it. Cool new talent from Detroit!

Current Music: Can I - Love Dollhouse

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Saturday, 24th May, 2014

10:32 pm - love love love
Can't stop dancing to this song:

Róisín Murphy/Sophie Ellis-Bextor - Off & On


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Thursday, 27th February, 2014

11:58 pm - Happy birthday to me

Happy birthday to me
Happy birthday to me
Happy birthday dear me
Happy birthday to me

Me: Here you go, me, enjoy this beautiful gift that is exactly to your taste!!!
Me: Why thank you, me, it's fucking amazing!!!!
Me: Of course, we won't be eating out for a month now, but who fucking cares, like.
Me: Seriously. Who needs food when there's rock'n'roll, anyway.

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Monday, 27th January, 2014

07:05 am - Music
Better Angels
Lesley Gore
(so incredibly sad)

My Parents Lied
The Static Jacks
(love the singer!)


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Friday, 17th January, 2014

09:24 pm - Day 20
"A good morning in Serbia"

The night in the ruins had not been as uncomfortable as he'd expected it to be. He'd found a stone hut with its floor overgrown with thick mosses and tall grass and had made his bed there, his sleep unbroken until dawn. He hadn't slept that soundly in a week, and it refreshed his mind to an invigorating degree, allowing him to get in some serious thinking before he arose to continue his flight.

Breakfast consisted of an orange, including the peel, and his last cigarette. He would need to find food again today. He could feel the sun's rays on his back, warming him gently through his stolen leather jacket and he turned to face the star to orientate himself, gazing down on the valley in search of his pursuers. He had a two-day head start and the sugar from the orange was reaching his blood, giving him the necessary boost to set his feet in motion. The sack on his back was nearly empty, containing only a half-empty canteen, a second orange, a pack of matches, and some rope, but at least it wouldn't slow him down. All things considered, it was a good morning in Serbia.

Current Mood: hungryhungry

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