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Sickness
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Phoenix, Arizona
Born Aug-29-1985
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Singing, writing, learning, college, horrible diseases, reading
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17 Aug 2003
I may be under the delusion, Mata, that you should make wallpapers with stuff from your animations in it. I'd do it myself, but I don't have your permission, and I can't draw or do computer creativity for anything.

So...like I said...just a suggestion. I'd put them on my computer. biggrin.gif
7 Jul 2003
If this thread doesn't already exist, kindly post links to your livejournal/deadjournal.

livejournal is in my signature, deadjournal is here.
27 Jun 2003
Yes....little Sickness is moving out on her own... And by "on my own" I mean with my boyfriend and a friend of ours.

Send us furniture. laugh.gif
Wish us luck.
18 Jun 2003
Well, it's summer, and my book pile can't keep up with me. And I hate nearing the end of a book, because I wonder how long it'll be until I read another book that I like.

So...

1) what's your favorite genre (fiction, non-fiction, sci-fi, fantasy, ramance, etc;...)?

2) Favorite Author? (or, if you're like me and don't really have one, list some of your favorites)

3) Favorite Book? (or list some favorites)

4) What's the book that you'd reccomend to anyone, no matter what their favorite genre?


As for my answers:
1) Fiction. Doesn't get more specific than that.
2) Margaret Atwood, Poppy Z. Brite, Thomas Harris
3) Night by Elie Weisel, The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood, and Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris.
4) Shogun by James Clavell ph34r.gif
14 May 2003
Heh. My turn first. I love threads like this. biggrin.gif

DISCLAIMER: may be gross for the weak of stomach.

Pig. His name is Glenpig.

Glenpig about a week later.

My mommy...

...who is missing a finger.
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