Book: I am a Shepherd. Folks like a man of God. Mal: No, they don't. Men of God make everyone feel guilty and judged.

'Safe'


Natter 64: Yes, we still need you  

Off-topic discussion. Wanna talk about corsets, duct tape, or physics? This is the place. Detailed discussion of any current-season TV must be whitefonted.


Lee - Jul 20, 2009 5:33:08 pm PDT #11 of 30001
The feeling you get when your brain finally lets your heart get in its pants.

I wonder if any of the other threads will ever turn over. I guess Bitches will, some day.


Amy - Jul 20, 2009 5:35:37 pm PDT #12 of 30001
Because books.

meara, from the old thread, the signs on all of the cases actually read, "Short-Haired Hamster, Male" and "Dwarf Hamster, Male," or whatever. Rats, guinea pigs, gerbils, every sign said male.

New thread! It's a momentous occasion now.


msbelle - Jul 20, 2009 5:36:19 pm PDT #13 of 30001
Now if your car ain't got it, go out and get it. We like the boom and don't you forget it. So turn down the treble and front your bass.

I was gonna say Kat, I pay my helper $10/hr when I am here, all sitters get $12/hr.

I used to often clean when I would babysit, I would get bored and people were paying me, so you know.


Hil R. - Jul 20, 2009 5:39:31 pm PDT #14 of 30001
Sometimes I think I might just move up to Vermont, open a bookstore or a vegan restaurant. Adam Schlesinger, z''l

Yay, new natter!


Kat - Jul 20, 2009 5:41:24 pm PDT #15 of 30001
"I keep to a strict diet of ill-advised enthusiasm and heartfelt regret." Leigh Bardugo

I used to often clean when I would babysit, I would get bored and people were paying me, so you know.

You would have been my dream sitter!

I had another dentist appointment today. Why is getting a cavity filled significantly less painful and faster than getting my teeth cleaned?

Anybody read any Colson Whitehead? I just bought Sag Harbor, which has gotten good press.


Laura - Jul 20, 2009 5:44:25 pm PDT #16 of 30001
I didn't know how to respond to the bat-shit crazy. And then I realized I didn't have to. -Victor Infante

Whee!

eta: post# = id# - Woo!

Also, a title I can enjoy for 30,000 posts.


Kat - Jul 20, 2009 5:46:09 pm PDT #17 of 30001
"I keep to a strict diet of ill-advised enthusiasm and heartfelt regret." Leigh Bardugo

From Whitehead's website:

The New Yorker published an excerpt their 2008 Winter Fiction Issue. I did a brief Q & A with the fiction editor of the magazine. It answers this important question:

Q: How is Benji different from you?

A: I tend not to act or feel or talk in a way that would add anything worthwhile to an extended work of fiction. I tend not to do things that lend themselves to dramatic unity, aesthetic harmony, and narrative discharge. My leitmotifs are crappy. I need an editor or someone of artistic bent to shape my useless existence into something that would interest other people. Also, I am a real person.

I totally need an editor to shape my existence!


Barb - Jul 20, 2009 5:48:07 pm PDT #18 of 30001
“Not dead yet!”

Okay, top twenty. Woot!

Just watched first ep of Torchwood: Children of Earth. Why didn't anyone tell me how cute the doctor was? Is it because he didn't last the episode?


beth b - Jul 20, 2009 6:04:01 pm PDT #19 of 30001
oh joy! Oh Rapture ! I have a brain!

Wheee

and cross post -- the sign we saw saw on a church this weekend

Very BTVS

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§ ita § - Jul 20, 2009 6:04:48 pm PDT #20 of 30001
Well not canonically, no, but this is transformative fiction.

Because you didn't ask, Barb. Also, because of what you said.

Michael Jackson: At 40, he will have aged gracefully and will have a handsome more mature look. Talk about an artist's off prediction in 1985.