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Jan. 2nd, 2008 | 10:13 pm

...am a sexxxy, sexxxy, man. if i was a D&D character, my sexxxyness number would be 20.

Chinga Newt Gingrich...

Apr. 4th, 2007 | 04:20 pm

...y Chinga su mamán


Sorry, Friends only.

Aug. 25th, 2005 | 08:48 pm
mood: Violent Violent
music: Going Out West- Gomez

This is a chemical burn. It will
hurt more than you've ever been
burned and you will have a scar.
Look at your hand. Come back to the pain. Don't shut
this out.
The first soap was made from the
ashes of heroes. Like the first
monkeys shot into space.
Without sacrifice, without death, we
would have nothing.
Stop it. This is your pain -- your
burning hand. It's right here. Look at it.
Don't deal with this the way those
dead people do. Deal with it the way
a living person does.
No, what you're feeling is premature
This is the greatest moment of your
Life man, and you're off somewhere,
missing it.
Shut up. Our fathers were our models
for God. And, if our fathers bailed,
what does that tell you about God?
Listen to me. You have to consider
the possibility that God doesn't like
you, he never wanted you. In all
probability, He hates you. This is
not the worst thing that can happen...
We don't need him...
Fuck damnation. Fuck redemption. We
are God's unwanted children,with no
special place and no special
attention, and so be it.
You can go to the sink and run water
over your hand and make it worse, or,
Look at me. Or you
can use vinegar to neutralize the
burn, but first you have to give up.
First, you have to know, not fear, know, that someday,
you are going to die.
Its only after we’ve lost everything,
That we’re free to do anything
Congratulations. You're a step
closer to hitting bottom.

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My journals.

Aug. 17th, 2005 | 11:23 pm
mood: crazy crazy
music: Wonderboy- Tenacious D

Alright. I've decided to put links to all my journals in one place. Here. I've got a shitload of 'em.

#1) Blog: Its boring, I warn you! And Emo!
#2) Catch27: Go here. Do as they say. Please? I'll be our best friend. I need you awesome people in my deck. I promise not to trade you! Too early!
#3) Myspace: I just got it, so there's not much there. If you've got one, friend me, please!
#4) Weell... Thats all you can see without a Gaia account. If youse gots one o' thems, I'm "The All-Father" So, uh, yeah.

#Awesome) OhmygodsOhmygodsOhmygodsOhmygods!! Greatest Thing EVER!!! I don't know if its true, but HE would be an amazing president!

A message from Kendrian

Aug. 10th, 2005 | 05:50 pm

At Otakon 2004, a close friend was attending the karaoke event on Saturday evening. The music was loud enough to make it difficult to keep track of things going on around her, and she was dragged into an adjacent room and raped. The person who did this to her was never apprehended, since he disappeared directly afterward and nobody had noticed anything. There weren't enough people maintaining the room to hear her cries for help. She never reported the attack to the con or to the police. We here only heard about it from her a couple months or so ago, when she finally told Kendrian about the attack. She refuses to come forward, instead wishing to put it all behind her

We've tried on numerous occasions to contact the Otakon chairs about this occurrence. It wasn't until shortly after ConnectiCon 2005 that we finally heard from someone - Otakon's lawyer. I won't go into the details of the emails between us, except to say that they were very defensive and dismissive of the claims. They demanded that we explain our expertise in rape cases ( a claim we never made). They demanded the name of the victim. And, as we repeatedly told the lawyer, she refused to come forward. All we wanted was to inform Otakon of the event and ask that they look into providing increased security. That they try to make sure that unused rooms are kept either locked or under watch. Needless to say, I've been very upset with this response.

It's been a couple of weeks and we've had no further contact from the lawyer or Otakon. I spoke directly with many of the other webcomic artists that attended ConnectiCon and will be attending Otakon and asked them to, if they get the chance and if they're willing, talk with any staff member about the security at the con. Also that they give a general "con safety" warning to their readers.

I'm also now going to ask similar of you readers. If you're at Otakon this year, and have a website or blog or similar, please clone this post or Oni_Chan's (whose words I'm using here for the most part. She's far more articulate than I). While you're at the con, and wish to, ask a staff member about their security measures this year. If you see an unattended open room in a high risk area (ie. loud places like the karaoke room, or out-of-the-way rooms) inform a staff member about it. And remember these general guidelines:

Use the buddy system. Not just outside the convention center, but inside as well.
Regardless of whether it goes with your costume or not, carry a rape whistle (mace too if it's not against the safety guidelines).
If you have a cell phone, make sure your friends have the number and that the damned thing is turned on.
Be smart. Just because the Naruto cosplayer you met an hour ago seems cool, doesn't mean you'd be safe alone with him. Most people seem to be under the impression that anime fans are harmless. What happened last year proves otherwise.
Be Safe,