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And what happens as everyone talks on Skype?

THIS HAPPENS.

And? It is fucking glorious.
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HET: NOT ALL SCIENTISTS ARE EVIL
HILS: So far as Cloud knows, it's close enough, okay
EJ: [Zack would] Be all "O.O Oh...that's nice. I never want to meet them. EVER."
HET: BIRKIN ISN'T EVIL, HE'S.....
HET: ......
EJ: Evil
HILS: CUDDLY? :/
HET: THERE'S A WORD
EJ: yeah
EJ: EVIL
HET: NOOOO
HILS: ROFL
HET: UM
HILS: ~*~MISUNDERSTOOD~*~
HET: OVERLY DEDICATED?
HET: ROFLLLL
EJ: AKA EVIL
HILS: lollolol
HET: MORALLY LAX
HILS: yeah, Hojo was overly dedicated too :/
EJ: AKA EVIL
HET: ROFLMAO
EJ: Sorry
HILS: and morally lax
EJ: Zack's not getting over the evil part

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Jul. 4th, 2009 12:40 am
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Follow the yellow brick road! Just some random icons. Some text, some Placeboish and Trace Cyrus... <.<

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I've read Talon of the Silver Hawk before, but I never got the chance to read the other two books. Mostly because when I first read the book many years ago, Feist had still be working on the third book, and the second was only in hardback. Charles and I just never got around to getting the books, and eventually it was forgotten in the mist of College readings and other work.

But, I was looking for something to read yesterday and thumbed through stacks of books in B&N. Seeing Feist's books reminded me that I had always wanted to finish them! And as such I bought the whole trilogy right there (just 25 bucks, not a bad spend on books I will like read a couple of times before I die.)

And I'm probably about 40 pages off being done with the book. (I bought it at about 4ish, last night, before I went to dinner. I read a little at dinner, and then during commercials while watching Sister Act 2 when I got home. And so on until about 1amish. Books at horrible in one way, I have a very hard time just putting them down to sleep. As a result I'm dog ass tired tonight. I went to sleep at 1, and woke up off and on starting from 4am. Blag.) Anyway, the point is?

Feist made a funny.

"Good," Creed said, "I always like it when a captain has a plan; it makes getting killed a lot less random."

That? Made me laugh. It really did.

Secondly while I was wandering around B&N, I noticed a 'school read' table, and curious poked around the table. I like seeing what kids are reading in classes today, which strangely hadn't much changed from what I read. Oddly, though, that was a copy of Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. I somehow couldn't imagine a teacher, or school put that one the reading list. Then I reminded myself that for my Honors English and AP History in my Junior year of HS that I read Sophie's Choice. And while I dearly love the stark, hopelessness of this book...

At 17 I had never expected to be handed a book by a teacher that openingly discussed Male masturbation in detail. So I'll tack it up as interesting, which means- a lot of students are going to hate that, but I personally see it as an awesome choice in books. Then again, unlike most of my fellow students, I have found that there were few books I read for school/classes that I truly disliked. In particular I found a sort of quaint fondness for William Faulkner's books, though The Sound and The Fury still breaks my brain, and I've read it a number of times. Ever time I pick it up, I find something different in what I read.

I still have no care for Mark Twain, though. Don't know...Huckleberry Fin just bored me.

And this has nothing to do with the whole book I stared with! Haha. Oh, I miss reading as much as I did. I find that I have to love the characters, though, before I can just let the book take me. If I don't find a way to love the characters, or a character, no amount of effort I put forth ever makes the book just flow. Scary, but true. I sort of think of it like a movie- without a connection, I lose interest, and my mind wanders. Then, before I know it, movie is over and I'm just trying to remember what happened in the flick.

Anyway...Tis it!

I'm lost to my books for a while. Perhaps reading will help me find the voices for my characters again. And in finding them, perhaps I will find my desire to be online again.
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Antha says I need to immortalize the line. So here it is, shit on a horse's arse:

Dristan was still laughing at Percy's vanity- er rant.. when a waitress sauntered up to the bar and shouted an order. He turned his head in her direction and nodded. His hands completed the task of filling a pint without requiring his mind be pulled away from Percy. Hell, the dark little sprite was amusing. The Shaitan did look around a moment though, his gaze washing over the faces crowded into the room and he had to agree. Percy did not have much competition.. He set the beer on the woman's tray and reached for the bottle of Everclear.

"Allright Princess," he sniggered, filling up the third shot glass. "I'll bite. What's your name? I can't guarantee I'll call you by it, but I'm intrigued." The Shaitan's black eyes flicked up from the glass to catch Percy's. "What name could possibly suit a pint-sized terror such as yourself.."

"Pint-sized!?" Oh that was harsh...Percy leveled Dristan with a dark, ugly look for that one, his hand reaching out to take the shot once it was full without waiting. He needed the drink after that. Pint-sized? What the bloody hell! He'd been tall when he was a youth, standing a good two inches higher than all the other boys in town. It wasn't his fault that giants took over the world and polluted the human race with it's tall, filthy seed. People needed to blame the Vikings for that. And for pale hair! Who wanted pale hair? You looked...funny. Unless you were Emily...and Alex. They looked alright with pale hair...But everyone else looked like shit on a horse's arse.

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