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This is fudging it, but I would like one more season of Christopher Eccleston as Doctor Who.
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[Error: unknown template qotd]I have had my chart done for me and it seemed to be accurate in spots, and generally speaking I fit the "profile" of a Pisces, but honestly astrology is too complicated for me to understand. It sort of falls into the same category as ceremonial magick; interesting, but I don't have the patience for it, and it's not my style. 

And no, I do not like being judged by my astrological sign.
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[Error: unknown template qotd]In the United States, isn't that sort of like saying you believe in rocks? 

I'll put it this way, I've never seen polyamory or "open marriage" work out. The people I've seen who tried it, it always seems like their relationships detonate at some point, with a high amount of damage and casualties.

That being said I understand that these things actually can work for people who are mature and are capable of communication and good boundary setting and a whole lot of other skills that the people I knew who tried polyamory, open marriage, and swinging did not have, so Your Mileage May Vary (And Probably Does).


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I can't make up my mind between Tom Sawyer or Huckleberry Finn.
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Good Goddess, NONE of them. I mean, not that my life doesn't have it's relivable moments, but over and over Like Groundhog Day? No thank you. Even the best of days would become wearing and tearing after a while.

I had a discussion with my mom recently about how I don't like to go back and reminisce the way other people do. I had never discussed that before with her. She gave me a strange look and said, "You come by that honestly." So. I never knew.

But I like to go forward, into the future. Even the best day, reliving it would wear it out. Good things are coming. The past is past, and bless it, but I would prefer to live here and now and work toward the future.
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I don't think there is anybody. I mean, Sarah Silverman is offered up to us as the new comedy star and her gig is making fun of people who are mentally retarded. But she's doing it ironically, so it's supposed to be funny. Oh, I see. So, I think there is no groundbreaking comedy. I was not happy when standup comics replaced rock and roll in the 1980s - 1990s, which it did for a time, but really considering the state of rock and roll at the time it is not surprising. If you give me a choice between an Andrew Dice Clay show and a Poison concert, I would probably choose...um. Can we skip ahead to the 2000s?

Life is funny, I laugh all the time. Standup comics are not. The last great comic was Bill Hicks and he died.

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