Aug. 30th, 2005

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"flogger, flogger, flogger, I made you out of clay" is in my head now! GAH!

(incidentally, a clay flogger sounds... less than useful)

Less sleepy. Been forcing myself to try to sleep no matter _how_ much I want to make full use of the excessively limited time that [livejournal.com profile] australian_joe is here. (This not quite a week thing? NOT enough time. But definitely better than no time at all. But really, _NOT_ enough time)

The term 'un-girlfriend' is amusing the hell out of me.

Ok, ok, I admit to having a harem, of some definition or other.

Increased communication for unexpected reasons is good. Yes.

Also, my lesbian sheepism seems to be being overcome, albeit with lots of random shyness on my part.
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"flogger, flogger, flogger, I made you out of clay" is in my head now! GAH!

(incidentally, a clay flogger sounds... less than useful)

Less sleepy. Been forcing myself to try to sleep no matter _how_ much I want to make full use of the excessively limited time that [livejournal.com profile] australian_joe is here. (This not quite a week thing? NOT enough time. But definitely better than no time at all. But really, _NOT_ enough time)

The term 'un-girlfriend' is amusing the hell out of me.

Ok, ok, I admit to having a harem, of some definition or other.

Increased communication for unexpected reasons is good. Yes.

Also, my lesbian sheepism seems to be being overcome, albeit with lots of random shyness on my part.

[link]

Aug. 30th, 2005 11:53 am
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Via [livejournal.com profile] cadhla, Stephen King, John Grisham and 14 other authors will sell the right to have a character in a book named after the buyer in an upcoming auction to raise money for the First Amendment Project, a California-based nonprofit group that promotes freedom of information and expression. The original description is here, approximately 2/3 of the way down the page. (searching on "sell the right" will work)

[link]

Aug. 30th, 2005 11:53 am
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Via [livejournal.com profile] cadhla, Stephen King, John Grisham and 14 other authors will sell the right to have a character in a book named after the buyer in an upcoming auction to raise money for the First Amendment Project, a California-based nonprofit group that promotes freedom of information and expression. The original description is here, approximately 2/3 of the way down the page. (searching on "sell the right" will work)
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[livejournal.com profile] cadhla on The Commandments of Coyote.

Examples:

"Adultery Is Actually Pretty Fun. Commit It All You Like. Just Make Sure Everyone Is Cool With It, Or I Will Not Help You Out Once the Hitting Gets Started."

"Thou Shalt Not Hoard. Seriously, Here. If You Have Enough, Share. Only Asshats Bogart Life."

Hee! I love it. :)
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[livejournal.com profile] cadhla on The Commandments of Coyote.

Examples:

"Adultery Is Actually Pretty Fun. Commit It All You Like. Just Make Sure Everyone Is Cool With It, Or I Will Not Help You Out Once the Hitting Gets Started."

"Thou Shalt Not Hoard. Seriously, Here. If You Have Enough, Share. Only Asshats Bogart Life."

Hee! I love it. :)
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Random thing that I _CANNOT_ comprehend:

People for whom insufficient sleep means that they are more likely to be able to fall asleep, even if they are awakened by external sources.


For me, insufficient sleep means my ability to sleep gets really badly fucked up and it's far, far, _far_ more difficult for me to get to sleep. A large part of my ability to sleep anything close to a sufficient amount - as vs. enough that I'm actually feeling rested and alert - is a regular sleep schedule. If I've gotten too little sleep, especially if it's a long-term problem, I seem to move between 'exhausted' and 'alert' too quickly for the exhausted part to win out and let me sleep (or stay there reasonable restfully).

Eventually, however, it tends to get to a point where I am COMPLETELY USELESS, and then I might just pass out even through lack of sleep schedule goodness. This may or may not be very good sleep, but it is often enough for me to be able to get back to a sane schedule _IF_ I'm very careful about it for a few days, and things don't get stupid again.


Sure, the former makes _sense_, but it's so very far outside the realm of my own experience that I just cannot keep it in my head for practical purposes.
wispfox: (Default)
Random thing that I _CANNOT_ comprehend:

People for whom insufficient sleep means that they are more likely to be able to fall asleep, even if they are awakened by external sources.


For me, insufficient sleep means my ability to sleep gets really badly fucked up and it's far, far, _far_ more difficult for me to get to sleep. A large part of my ability to sleep anything close to a sufficient amount - as vs. enough that I'm actually feeling rested and alert - is a regular sleep schedule. If I've gotten too little sleep, especially if it's a long-term problem, I seem to move between 'exhausted' and 'alert' too quickly for the exhausted part to win out and let me sleep (or stay there reasonable restfully).

Eventually, however, it tends to get to a point where I am COMPLETELY USELESS, and then I might just pass out even through lack of sleep schedule goodness. This may or may not be very good sleep, but it is often enough for me to be able to get back to a sane schedule _IF_ I'm very careful about it for a few days, and things don't get stupid again.


Sure, the former makes _sense_, but it's so very far outside the realm of my own experience that I just cannot keep it in my head for practical purposes.

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