Archive: February 2001

Okay, having reached the point of lack of emotion-drain when I’m about to say stupid things simply because I don’t realise they will hurt me. Or others. I decided to go for a bit of Recovery. This involved, in order:

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/uk/newsid_1193000/1193810.stm. The train I go home on. *Shudder*

Not so much an illness, more a lack of mind Delirium is, in case I’ve neglected to mention it, my computer. Today I: Watched ED-tv Not once, but twice. Once with Directors Commentary. Updated the Music List Estimated playlist length:

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First, the inspiration for the bit about Masques below was from lonecat, (Go visit lonecat/Caireann :-). The article will be expanded, because masques are dangerous. And, because masques are dangerous, I’m not going to drag that bit of laundry out

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A totally blank day. Did nothing. Not true, I reinstalled Windows, I created a whole new webpage (Not content, design. Project Cevearn has been suspended for a bit while I sort out logistics, and while I get into the new

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To the people who told mentioned I had never written a story that ends Happily Ever After, I bring you The New Story. Oh yes, and Chris is still around too 🙂 I’ll put them onto the Creative page soon.

“Everybody wears a mask” – lonecat “It’s just another facade” – N [18:33:35] (N) you’re going dichotomous again [18:34:10] (Aquarion) I never left. I started this entry, entitled, after the first quote. Within minutes I had an entry composed about

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Storytime. This story is neither autobiographical, Biographical, Allago^WAllego^WFilled with meaning, nor an indicator of my mental health. for once. It’s called Chris and it was written without benift of rewrites or grammer Oh, and in case you require something to

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No Deadlines. No meets, no deadlines, no angst, no depression, no panic. No bills, no final demands. no flamewars. Everything is calm. Relaxing. Still. Outside my window is silence, even the normal bustle and noise of the city has left

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My MP3 player cannot connect to the computer, thus I am stuck to the tunes I put in there three months ago. “Turn the ECP Paralell Port to an EPP” says the Tech Support guy (Who wrote the software, and

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