it's a great life, if you don't weaken (matociquala) wrote,
it's a great life, if you don't weaken
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(via nikkinewsnet) I keep telling people, we need more canings in the Senate. Nothing like a good bench-clearing brawl to get people interested in politics.

progress notes for 30 March 2005

Carnival

New Words: 1574

Michelangelo only thinks of himself by his first name when he's either wandering around a museum, or having sex. I swear, I take no responsibility for these characters. None at all.

Total Words: 27,119
Pages: 125. Well, that's a solid quarter of a book any way you look at it. Here comes the middle. And look, there's the 30K wall, right on time.
Reason for stopping: Now, unfortunately, I need to figure out what my backbrain is planning to do with all the jigsaw pieces it's moved onto the board.
Mammalian Assistance: The dogs came in and danced with me, although I accidentally bonked Signy on the head twice, because she WILL sneak up behind me and try to shove her head under my hand while I'm swinging my arms around in my own personal high-energy version of the White Man's Overbite. Also, Marlowe is being molested by Mith. (Guys, you're both neutered... oh, nevermind. It's spring,and that's what I get for naming a cat Marlowe.)
Stimulants: tea, earl grey, not as hot as I would like
Exercise: yoga, gothercise, and weights
Mail: nolove from Chizine
Tyop du jour: n/a
Darling du jour: n/a
Books in progress: Ed Sanders, Tales of Beatnik Glory; Neal Stephenson, Quicksilver
Interesting research fact of the day: too soon to tell
Other writing-related work: Just about to start reading leahbobet's story--as soon as I wash off the stink.
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