"I think it would make the world a better place if more people had sex with elves" (Probably NSWF)
I especially love the symbolism with the geysers.
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I drove home under the most beautiful brilliant red-orange-purple-blue sunset today. The downside to that statement was that sunset is at 8:30pm, and I would have prefered to get home much earlier. The amount of work lately has been really getting to me. Meh, I just wrote a whole paragraph about the stresses of work, but then deleted it because it was boring and stressful to read over.
Yesterday was my birthday. I'm now 23. So old. Mostly I played Dragon Age. Also did some exam marking. Watched Bones. Cleaned my room. Ate with my titanium spork. I have become very boring in my old age, obviously.
I want a kitten.
I haven't been updating much lately. Real life sort of took over, and between getting a job, quitting uni, filling out a billion forms, driving my sister everywhere and feeding the both of us, I haven't really had the time or inclination for endless online ruminations. The food situation has gotten dire. I was pretty okay with cooking for the first week and a half, but I've run out of things to cook. And with Rianna not eating much solid food after getting braces last Thursday, I've been limited to feeding her various soups and mushy food. Today for dinner we had a can of baked beans (mushy) and 2 minute noodles (soup). Food fail.
Today I watched Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and thought it was teh awesome. This was unexpected because I'm not a fan of Kirk. But I loved the movie. In contrast, the trailers for the latest Star Trek movie seem stupid. Car chases and fist fights? That's not Star Trek. That's some lame action movie starring pointy-eared people.
So... tomorrow I'm going into uni one last time to return a book. I've withdrawn from my course. Well, deferred it. It's all very dramatic and final.
I like cheese.
The Hopi, an Indian tribe, have a language as sophisticated as ours, but no tenses for past, present and future. The division does not exist. What does this say about time?
Matter, that thing the most solid and the well-known, which you are holding in your hands and which makes up your body, is now known to be mostly empty space. Empty space and points of light. What does this say about the reality of the world?
-- Jeanette Winterson