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Sagittarius Horoscope for week of July 21, 2016
I regularly travel back through time from the year 2036 so as to be here with you. It's tough to be away from the thrilling transformations that are underway there. But it's in a good cause. The bedraggled era that you live in needs frequent doses of the vigorous optimism that's so widespread in 2036, and I'm happy to disseminate it. Why am I confessing this? Because I suspect you now have an extra talent for gazing into the unknown and exploring undiscovered possibilities. You also have an unprecedented power to set definite intentions about the life you want to be living in the future. Who will you be five years from today? Ten years? Twenty years? Be brave. Be visionary. Be precise.
Twenty years from now (assuming I survive these times) I'll be sixty nine, the same age my dad was the year I had my last regular paying job. In theory I'd be enjoying retirement but I still don't have a career to provide me one. I'm screwed.
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of July 7, 2016
Do you remember that turning point when you came to a fork in the road of your destiny at a moment when your personal power wasn't strong? And do you recall how you couldn't muster the potency to make the most courageous choice, but instead headed in the direction that seemed easier? Well, here's some intriguing news: Your journey has delivered you, via a convoluted route, to a place not too far from that original fork in the road. It's possible you could return there and revisit the options -- which are now more mature and meaningful -- with greater authority. Trust your exuberance.
I find that difficult to believe. If I had been "courageous", I would have found a way to stay in Florida, where I would have had a better possibility of starting a career. Granted, I'm only here in Tennessee because of my love for my parents and my hope to see them well.
To condense a lot of happenstances into something more undestandable:
* My car's brakes were inspected a couple weeks ago. There's still some horrible noise coming from the rear, but the problem I'd had was for the most part fixed.
* Dad traded in the Cadillac for a Camry--and two weeks later got in an accident with it. On Wednesday I'll take it to the repair shop for him.
* We were planning on a trip up north to coincide with Dad's high school class reunion, but that may not happen if our money situation has a big crimp in it.
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of June 2, 2016
Aphorist James Guida contemplates the good results that can come from not imposing expectations on the raw reality that's on its way. "Not to count chickens before they're hatched," he muses, "or eggs before they're laid, chickens who might possibly lay eggs, birds who from afar might be confused with chickens." I recommend this strategy for you in the coming weeks, Sagittarius. Experiment with the pleasure of being wide open to surprises. Cultivate a mood of welcoming one-of-a-kind people, things, and events. Be so empty you have ample room to accommodate an influx of new dispensations. As James Guida concludes: "Not to count or think of chickens."
Breakfast, lunch and dinner of champions.
Moonshine is on Injured Reserve; the brakes again. They haven't gotten completely unreliable but there were times in my drive today that I had to push the pedal all the way to the firewall. I also had a couple very close calls/narrowly avoided collisions with other vehicles. So the car is going to stay in the carport till I can get it to our mechanic.
Meanwhile, if I have to go anywhere I'll borrow Dad's Nissan pickup truck.
Time to ask this question on all my blogs: What are your favorite premises for episodes or story arcs in fiction/TV/movies/what have you?
Time for an audience participation topic: Paramount has abandoned their lawsuit against the party behind the AXANAR project.
In the wake of this, would you want to make a fan movie? If so, what franchise?
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of May 5, 2016
"Anybody can become angry," said Greek philosopher Aristotle. "That is easy; but to be angry with the right person, and to the right degree, and at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way, that is not within everybody's power and is not easy." I'm pleased to inform you, Sagittarius, that now is a time when you have an exceptional capacity for meeting Aristotle's high standards. In fact, I encourage you to honor and learn all you can from your finely-honed and well-expressed anger. Make it work wonders for you. Use it so constructively that no one can complain.
Anger used to be my worst internal enemy, and I guess I still have problems with it. But lately I'm the coolest I've ever been and miss getting in somebody's face (especially if it's DESERVED).
When I was in examination years back, I told the therapist about something called "carburetor icing". In aircraft engines, the fuel intakes can get much colder than the rest of the engine because of the speed of the airflow around the components and the altitude. If the air is very humid, you might have the hazard of water vapor being induced into the carburetor and then flash-freezing, blocking the air and fuel getting into the engine, and then the engine seizing as a result. I said, there is something like that with human emotions: run too hot and you break the relations that sustain you. Run too cold and nobody wants to relate with you because they think you can't empathize. Where is the healthy temperature?
In the 1976/'77 scholastic year, I was a C student. Except for my two worst subjects: Handwriting and Art, in which I was a D student.
According to GoogleEarth, Fat Boys Bar-B-Q restaurants still exist in the following Florida locations: Crystal River, Kissimmee, Ocala, St. Cloud and Lake Wales.
If I could stay awake 24 hours a day, I could grind on Gundam: Duel Company 40 times a day, and so earn the Gold for a FAZZ (Full-Armor Double Zeta Gundam) in 10 days. And then two weeks later, have the Gold for an Ex-S (Extreme Superior Gundam).
Why do I feel I'm already DONE with this game?
Easter Sunday will be the 18,000th day of my existance.
In my travels today: an action-figure scale pickup truck and an action-figure scale police cruiser in the toy aisles of two different shops.
I'm stepping back from the brink. The money I have in pocket might need to last for a while.
GetTV was showing the 1960s Jason And The Argonauts just now. It's weird that when I saw it in theater when I was a kid that I was so awed by the effects. I still see the genius in it, even though now it's painfully obvious how it was done.
Sharing the day's Twitter Feed is so two years ago. So I thought How about a month of my Tumblr?
No need to thank me.
A party supplies place had its going-out-of-business sale yesterday so I cleaned them out of these.