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Leea

  • I live in wherever my imagination may take me
  • I was born on September 5
  • My occupation is general do-gooder
  • I am Female
  • Leea

    You might hear an advertisement for something, and you'll think, "Huh, great idea!" which was what I thought when I heard (the first time, at least) about the GMF...which stands for Gulfport Music Festival. Its been around for a while, at least to my knowledge. After the 20th advertisement, I began to get irritated at the comercials, and now, after what seems to be the 500th, I'm utterly tired of hearing about the damned thing. I don't want to hear about it anymore. Enough! And worse is that I won't get rest from the blasted comercials yet: the festival takes place on the first weekend in October. I still have another month and a half to hear about it! Arghh!


    In the movie The Wizard of Oz had ruby slippers that Dorothy clacks together. Howeve…


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  • Leea

    I've been ... uh ... "dissasembling" pomagranates the last couple of days, and I'll tell you, if you don't know how to do it, it can be a pain in the ass. The rind is tough, and you need to be carefull not to cut yourself or gouge the table with the knife when you cut them open. Worse, looking up on the internet will grant you five dozen and one ways of disecting the fruit, and that may or may not acutally work for you. I found the easiest way was to slice off the bottom and top, then cut a sliver in the remaining rind and then it just cracks open like a watermelon. I also found out that pomagranate juice has the unfortunate side effect of staining your shirt (if its not grey) and your fingers a weird grey-purple.


    I read somewhere that Chin…


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  • Leea

    Mom and dad were quite surprised when they learned that I'd had a good friend that they'd never knew of. They were even more blown away that I'd known him for four or five years. They would have tried to "regulate" the relationship, so I never told them about it. In fact, there's alot of things that I don't tell them, like these polls. They don't know. They just barely found out that I post my fictions (they knew I was writing them, however) online, and have been doing so (at that time, at least) for a year.


    It takes a century (100 years) for an inch of topsoil to be created from leaves, sticks, and detritus. You can imagine, then, all the potential tousands of years get scraped away when they grade the earth until its orange clay.


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  • Leea

    Its been quite a while since I've done a Special Edition, so here it is. It was partly inspired by a comment by StormRider a couple Editions or so ago about folk remedies, and my general knowledge about the subject. So, enjoy!


    An old folk remedy for a stuttering child was that you would slap their face smartly with a piece of raw liver.

    Me thinks that the shock of the slap would do a heck of a lot more than a slab of icky liver. I wonder where the hell that came from!


    Do you think that O.J. should have got out on parole?

    • Third was you don't know. Read up on the subject. Its not that hard to find. One biography's headline was even: "Football star, actor, and murderer."
    • Second was that his butt should have stayed behind bars. 9 years did him no g…


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  • Leea

    So, O.J. got out on bail. Personally, I would have prefered to see him rot there; he deserved it. He was still arrogant, even though he'd been in the slammer for 9 years. What do you think?


    We all know that everyone references everyone else; games, TV shows, movies, books, etc. However, these Easter Eggs caught my eye: In The Evil Within, there are two posters that reference the Fallout series (understandable, since Bethesda publishes both). One is for Sugar Bombs (which is itself a reference to the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes), and the other is for Vault Living. Both posters are also from Fallout: New Vegas.

    Funny thing is that the posters hardly fit in with the gloomy, creepy environment.


    Ever couldn't come up with a good reply on the spo…



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