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Subject:Hey Look Quiz. :-/
Time:01:08 pm
Current Mood:lazylazy
No use trying to fight it, you're an eight-sided die, a d8. A fine example of simple elegance, the d8 is one of the least appreciated types of dice, and is often neglected. You are known to be quiet and shy, outward traits that conceal viscous sarcasm and mean wit. You are very smart, yet wise enough to hide your intelligence the quicker they found out how smart you are, the sooner they'll put you to work, which is something you can do without. People call you dark and pessimistic, or moody and cynical. You find little point in arguing.

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I am a d8


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Subject:Interests meme.
Time:11:50 pm
Current Mood:awakeawake
How common are twilightspeaks's interests
Universal
anime (199385)
books (220982)
movies (648188)
music (987392)
Popular
fantasy (72862)
johnny depp (87166)
life (64132)
Common
ani difranco (30172)
bubble baths (13995)
cherries (12734)
colors (13421)
comics (45704)
death (49667)
hope (11354)
poe (12328)
serial killers (11754)
snakes (12571)
star trek (22620)
the sims (24695)
Specialist
aimee mann (4568)
forensics (8066)
homicide (1453)
insects (1911)
kabuki (1097)
kitty cats (1460)
remus lupin (9068)
severus snape (8218)
she-ra (1205)
spiders (6470)
straws (1367)
transmetropolitan (2147)
true love (7091)
vincent price (2824)
Unusual
bondage fairies (361)
canadia (301)
cattle prods (36)
diane arbus (845)
egg donation (19)
elizabeth bathory (931)
gelflings (69)
human sacrifices (38)
infanticide (48)
mike doughty (520)
nursery rhymes (262)
paper dolls (365)
paper mache (227)
somethingpositive.net (102)
standardized testing (51)
the devil (648)
tony diterlizzi (120)
vagabondage (12)
Rare
accursed seraphim (2)
cooper edens (4)
david bowie cakes (1)
deathsmut (1)
harry potter fairies (1)
human decomposition (5)
kekko kamen (4)
naked fairies (8)
pencil shading (5)
stupidhappy.com (1)
vulva puppets (8)

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Subject:Quiz. Movie/show reviews tomorrow, I hope.
Time:04:22 am
Current Mood:tiredtired
You scored as Mindfuck. Congratulations, you scored Mindfuck. You've probably seen a lot of movies, and have grown to hate mainstream shit. You're looking for the movie that will leave you breathless, and with 21 questions to think about. Check out: Donnie Darko, Being John Malkovich, Pulp Fiction, Memento.

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Mindfuck

90%

Artistic

85%

Sci-Fi/Fantasy

70%

Drama/Suspense

65%

Sadistic Humour

60%

Mindless Action Flick

40%

Romantic Comedy

20%

Movie Recommendation.
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Subject:General Whine.
Time:11:51 am
Current Mood:blahblah
We need more activity (self).

Also, I'd like to find a new Harry. So if anyone happens to come across a 19/20-ish year old Harry Potter, let me know? Thanks!
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Subject:D&D meme.
Time:05:07 am
Current Mood:dorkydorky
I Am A: Neutral Evil Half-Elf Bard Thief


Alignment:
Neutral Evil characters believe in Number One. Their personal gain takes precedance over all else, and they will work with whomever necessary and whatever institutions necessary to further their own goals.


Race:
Half-Elves are a cross between a human and an elf. They are smaller, like their elven ancestors, but have a much shorter lifespan. They are sometimes looked down upon as half-breeds, but this is rare. They have both the curious drive of humans and the patience of elves.


Primary Class:
Bards are the entertainers. They sing, dance, and play instruments to make other people happy, and, frequently, make money. They also tend to dabble in magic a bit.


Secondary Class:
Thieves are the most roguish of the classes. They are sneaky and nimble-fingered, and have skills with traps and locks. While not all use these skills for burglary, that is a common occupation of this class.


Deity:
Cyric is the Neutral Evil god of death, murder, the dead, strife, tyranny, deception, and illusion. His followers are working to secure his position as a new god, and are in conflict with many worshippers of other deities. They wear black or dark purple robes, with silver trimming, and wear silver bracelets. Cyric's symbol is a skull set in a purple starburst.


Find out What D&D Character Are You?, courtesy ofNeppyMan (e-mail)



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Subject:White Noise.
Time:04:05 pm
Current Mood:draineddrained
Saw White Noise a few days ago... and I can't remember anything about it. It was predictable, it had it's good and bad moments, and about half way through it I had to pee so badly that I darted out of a movie for the first time in my recollection in order to do so. I do like that the audience is kept almost as confused as the main character for a good long chunk of the movie, and it did have one of "my" endings, as Brian put it. I do not consider it a waste of my time (though it did drag in parts -- so it seemed to take up a good lot of my time), but I do not need to own.

I don't own Psycho, for some reason. I may buy it, since Kitty has never seen it and I'm a bit ashamed of the fact that I don't have it.

EDIT: I am kind of bored, and this thing keeps coming up on my friends page. And here's more proof that I can't draw with a mouse. Last one, I swear.
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Subject:Zombie Question Answered! And a note on Mr. Snicket.
Time:10:22 am
Current Mood:contentcontent
The All Flesh Must Be Eaten RPG book was willing to answer me where you guys weren't: For future reference, it was in Return of the Living Dead that the zombies hungered for "braaaaains." So all your parodies apparently belong to an inferior and unofficial sequel to Night. Now we are all a little more educated.

I went to see The Series of Unfortunate Events movie last night, and I will admit that I liked it better than I thought I was going to. I'm not a fan of the book series, as I don't really care for Lemony Snicket's tone. Even in the movie, I rolled my eyes a bit. As a friend put it, there is cause for much sarcasm in response to it. "Oh, Wow, Mr. Snicket, a children's book where the main characters suffer! That is so original! Why has no one thought of this before! Life is so awesome now that you've invented pessimism! Tell me more about how gloomy your books are! Please!"

They are not as bad as they think they are. They remind me of old Warner Bros. cartoons in being slightly more dark than your average fair (as well as in some of the book settings/characters). However, some goths are drawn to pretentious authors, and a lot of people like to be told how to feel about something ("This is really Sad. Just to remind you, the books you are reading are Sad. They are not cheerful. They are sad."), so Series still has a very wide following.

I tend to be in rtdn's boat, however, and would rather give my attention to The Spiderwick Chronicles, if I'm going to give it to a children's book series. Or Harry Potter, I suppose, but don't get me started on my problems there.

Anyway, back to the movie. Visually, I loved it. Like Brian said, it is trying to be a Tim Burton film without Tim Burton, but it succeeds pretty well. The sets and costumes are all excellent. For the most part, I was able to ignore the fact that I am not fond of the series and enjoy the movie. They couldn't even annoy me too much with Jim Carrey. Bravo, movie. I was sure that you were going to suck so much harder than you actually did.

The reason it mostly sucked for me had less to do with its tie to the books or any characters in particular and more to do with Hollywood's love of beating you over the head with saccharine endings until you cry. Despite the fact that I don't think it wins any awards for particularly dark Children's lit, The Series of Unfortunate Events is supposed to be on the dark side. Giving it the sappy end is fairly inappropriate.

That said, Baron Munchausen is a way darker "kid's movie" with awesome visuals. You may want to rent that, instead, and give this one a miss until it's out on video. It's entirely up to you, however.
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Subject:... No, really.
Time:11:09 pm
Current Mood:curiouscurious
Was there actually a zombie movie ever made where the zombies go after the brains of their victims? Because I have seen a good lot of them and -- in my experience -- they go for the guts or other easily-chewable flesh.
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Subject:What I've Been Up To.
Time:01:43 am
Current Mood:excitedexcited
I made a new Harry Potter RPG which is going to start on the 1st of December. There are about a million open spots, including the Weasleys and the Malfoys and basically everyone who is not Snape, Trelawney, Bellatrix or Hagrid. Go look! There's no Harry!




And those of you who liked the Shrek movies might want to look at this thing.
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Subject:Hell yeah, they are.
Time:11:56 am
Current Mood:cheerfulcheerful
      
horror movies are love
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What do I still need to see that's out in theaters?

I recently bought Killer Tongue, which is not so much a horror movie as it is one of the worst movies ever made. Robert Englund is in it and I love it. I have a special place in my heart for movies that are so deliberately bad they are awesome. I blame my father.
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