Apr. 1st, 2005

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Yes, I will label April fools stuff. :)

In [livejournal.com profile] sinboy's journal, Nuns with a sense of humor (photo).

From [livejournal.com profile] ladytabitha's journal, a link to The Terrible Secret of Space (video).

In [livejournal.com profile] regyt's journal, Plushie Nietzsche in rope (photo). Read the comments! At least, read the first one.

Link found on [livejournal.com profile] ladytabitha's journal, kitten shoe! (photo)

Pretty story in [livejournal.com profile] echospiralheart's journal.


Ok, now April Fool's stuff (at least, things that I and/or others have thought probably was):

From [livejournal.com profile] conuly, a link to Neopets. (No, I have no idea what types of things are normally there)

Google Gulp

Water on Mars

Link from [livejournal.com profile] yendi's journal, Scientific American notes that "We owe it to our readers to present everybody's ideas equally and not to ignore or discredit theories simply because they lack scientifically credible arguments or facts."

Link from [livejournal.com profile] fourgates' journal, Segway Polo - New York Times, http://www.bugmenot.com can help get around the registration requirement.


And, for other april fools stuff, go check out the comments in this post of [livejournal.com profile] theferrett.
wispfox: (Default)
Yes, I will label April fools stuff. :)

In [livejournal.com profile] sinboy's journal, Nuns with a sense of humor (photo).

From [livejournal.com profile] ladytabitha's journal, a link to The Terrible Secret of Space (video).

In [livejournal.com profile] regyt's journal, Plushie Nietzsche in rope (photo). Read the comments! At least, read the first one.

Link found on [livejournal.com profile] ladytabitha's journal, kitten shoe! (photo)

Pretty story in [livejournal.com profile] echospiralheart's journal.


Ok, now April Fool's stuff (at least, things that I and/or others have thought probably was):

From [livejournal.com profile] conuly, a link to Neopets. (No, I have no idea what types of things are normally there)

Google Gulp

Water on Mars

Link from [livejournal.com profile] yendi's journal, Scientific American notes that "We owe it to our readers to present everybody's ideas equally and not to ignore or discredit theories simply because they lack scientifically credible arguments or facts."

Link from [livejournal.com profile] fourgates' journal, Segway Polo - New York Times, http://www.bugmenot.com can help get around the registration requirement.


And, for other april fools stuff, go check out the comments in this post of [livejournal.com profile] theferrett.
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Think Geek today pleases me. Oh, yes. Think of the iPods!
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Think Geek today pleases me. Oh, yes. Think of the iPods!
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I'm _so_ very socially weird right now.

Seriously insufficient amounts of low key interaction with people lately. (Some moderate interaction with people, in which category work and interacting with people I don't know very well falls. And some high effort interaction, upon a request from a friend)

I think I wasn't entirely fully aware, until the past couple of months, just how much I rely on having a roommate around that I'm comfortable with for low key interaction purposes. I don't particularly need to be interacting directly with anyone right now; I just want people around while we each do our own things, natter about random stuff, or something. Low key also includes cuddly behaviors, which I certainly wouldn't mind, but that's not actually what I'm craving (probably because I've switched out of winter mode, where touch is significantly higher priority than just spending time with people is. Probably also because cuddling/prolonged touch - unless spontaneous - tends often to not really be that low effort).

Really, what I want very much is a college dorm-like place full of people whose company I enjoy. That way, the social jump-start period I have at the beginning of spring isn't so very frustrating for me, because it'll be so very much easier to find and get to people when I spontaneously want to be social. (probably helps with my winding down period in fall, as well, because less effort is required to get together with people, so it's less problematic to _stop_ getting together with people. Incidentally, I think I _did_ do regular - weekly, I think - things with people in college. Huh)

It's amusing me how much I sometimes miss college life, even though I have _far_ more of a social life now than I did then. More people that I know and like, more people that I can see potential for friendship, and more people that I actually am close to. And yet, see me bitching. *sigh*

[edit: I _do_ have people I intend to visit after Spectrum and feeding my cat tonight. Yay for spontaneous invites!]
wispfox: (Default)
I'm _so_ very socially weird right now.

Seriously insufficient amounts of low key interaction with people lately. (Some moderate interaction with people, in which category work and interacting with people I don't know very well falls. And some high effort interaction, upon a request from a friend)

I think I wasn't entirely fully aware, until the past couple of months, just how much I rely on having a roommate around that I'm comfortable with for low key interaction purposes. I don't particularly need to be interacting directly with anyone right now; I just want people around while we each do our own things, natter about random stuff, or something. Low key also includes cuddly behaviors, which I certainly wouldn't mind, but that's not actually what I'm craving (probably because I've switched out of winter mode, where touch is significantly higher priority than just spending time with people is. Probably also because cuddling/prolonged touch - unless spontaneous - tends often to not really be that low effort).

Really, what I want very much is a college dorm-like place full of people whose company I enjoy. That way, the social jump-start period I have at the beginning of spring isn't so very frustrating for me, because it'll be so very much easier to find and get to people when I spontaneously want to be social. (probably helps with my winding down period in fall, as well, because less effort is required to get together with people, so it's less problematic to _stop_ getting together with people. Incidentally, I think I _did_ do regular - weekly, I think - things with people in college. Huh)

It's amusing me how much I sometimes miss college life, even though I have _far_ more of a social life now than I did then. More people that I know and like, more people that I can see potential for friendship, and more people that I actually am close to. And yet, see me bitching. *sigh*

[edit: I _do_ have people I intend to visit after Spectrum and feeding my cat tonight. Yay for spontaneous invites!]

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