Saturday, 17 January 2015

mokie: Earthrise seen from the moon (Default)
Lost:
It's purgatory.
"Uh, no, no, it's not!"
Yes, yes it was.
"HA! Yes it was! We fooled you!"
No, you didn't.
"We're so clever!"
No, you're not.

How I Met Your Mother:
It's Robin.
"Uh, no, no, it's not!"
Yes, yes it was.
"HA! Yes it was! We fooled you!"
No, you didn't.
"We're so clever!"
No, you're not.

Star Trek: Into Darkness:
It's Khan.
"Uh, no, no, it's not!"
Yes, yes it was.
"HA! Yes it was! We fooled you!"
No, you didn't.
"We're so clever!"
No, you're not.

It was annoying when that twerp in first grade did it, it's annoying when Hollywood still does it.
mokie: A package of meat wishes you happy holidays (holiday of the day)
Today's holiday is Ditch New Year's Resolutions Day, because after two weeks of discipline, we're all just tired and want a doughnut.

Except I'm tired all the time, so I came ready. Between my wonky schedule and the current bootyload of work, I've only had time to squirrel holidays away in text files to be uploaded "in a few minutes" (read: days later! weeks!) anyway.

So I'll be keeping my resolution to celebrate a holiday everyday, thank you very much, and skipping this holid...

Aw, crap.

About dream/reading tags

y-* tags categorize dreams.

For types: beyond the obvious, there are dreamlets (very short dreams), stubs (fragment/outline of a partially-lost dream), gnatter (residual impression of a lost dream).

For characters: there are roles (characters fitting an archetype), symbols (characters as symbols), and sigils (recurring figures with a significance bigger than a single dream's role/symbolism).

x-* tags categorize books.

Material is categorized primarily by structure, style and setting. If searching for a particular genre, look for the defining features of that genre, e.g. x-form:nonfic:bio, x-style:horror, x-setting:dystopian.

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