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  • 20:34 Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! #
  • 20:35 Not drunk. But there was cheesecake. #
  • 11:51 Maeyan: if you stop at the porn store, look for anime. Me: you are disturbing. I am just pulling in. #
  • 11:51 Porn store: is 125 miles from home. #
  • 12:00 The question is, can I buy gay porn from a gay dude with a straight face? Pun accidentally intended. #
  • 12:10 Must the publications also be in the blowup doll section? #
  • 12:40 Sigh. Totes chickened out and bought Suicide Girls and anime, but no boyporn. #
  • 13:03 #fandomhigh ...Fandom really needs a porn store. #
  • 16:01 I have returned from the wilds of Lake County! With sushi and porn! ...i bought the sushi here. #
  • 17:31 God damn them all, I was told we'd cruise the seas for American gold! We'd fire no guns, shed no tears... #
  • 17:31 Now I'm a broken man on a Halifax pier, the last of Barrett's Privateers. #


[Thank you - I'll be here all week. Try the fish, it's great! Don't forget to tip your waitress.]

Unrelated to your tweets

1_mad_squirrel

2009-05-02 02:58 pm (UTC) (Link)

I clicked to read your tweets, and saw the name of your journal and it gave me a sad smile.

Recently I learned of the death, (after a years-long battle with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma) of a fantastic writer in the slash portion of the X-Files fandom. His partner died last year, and I think that just took all the fight out of him. What made me smile was that Mick, the one who died recently was known as The Bunny, and his late partner, Jax was known as The Bear.

His family, who left a message for us on his LJ to tell us of his passing, said that Mick said to tell us that he had left to go "Waltzing with Bears".

Re: Unrelated to your tweets

mpoetess

2009-05-02 04:42 pm (UTC) (Link)

That's so sweet. Sad, but lovely.

My journal title came from wee bunnygirl here, who's illustrating "Baldrick, you wouldn't recognize a subtle plan if it painted itself purple and danced naked upon a harpsichord singing 'Subtle Plans are Here Again.'"