and I'd like to ask for some contributions to get the site going, if you will....
I'm looking for some hot pictures of girls in their full geekdom... dressed up, inked out, etc.
These must be pictures of YOU. No models, unless you are a model and you give consent to use said picture...
And also some hot pics of guys in their full geekdom... same rules apply...
If you'd like to contribute in another manner -
writing an article on cosplay, anime, a movie review, a review of a sexual product.... please feel free to contribute!
No moneys will be paid at this time as this is a test run to get the site up and going...
If, however, things are successful and you want to continue submitting to the site, I'm sure we could work out an arrangement on a freelance basis.
Please email all inquiries and submissions to:
- Current Mood: excited
Limit on repeats?! What?
If you really fall in love with something, why should there be a limit? That's like saying if you fall in love with a person, you should limit your time with them.
I think its safe to have breaks, but to limit yourself on how often you'll read a book or watch a movie seems a little absurd.
I can't tell you how many times I've watched Empire Strikes Back. I can't tell you how many times I've read Ender's Game or 1984 or Brave New World.
I don't keep track. I go to it when I need it.
Dude.... when I feel bad, or have a headache... the best remedy is Waffle House. Country Ham with scrambled eggs with cheese and hashbrowns, scattered and smothered. Top that with a fizzy coke with a straw and I'm in heaven in minutes.
I'm in England. I like it so far. There's still a lot of things I want to do and see while I'm here, but I've been trying to settle in and get my flat sorted the past few weeks. I think I may venture into London again this weekend. We'll see.
I was pretty blah and bored for awhile at first, I think because I was a bit homesick and didn't really know anyone. I still don't know anyone, but yesterday I got in a chipper mood and it's been stuck with me since. I think I may be a bit manic. It's like falling in love, only I haven't fallen in love. But, I feel this refreshed vigor and excitement for some reason. It came out of nowhere. Or did it?
Since making my list of 101 things to do in 1001 days, and actually going ahead and doing a few (ordering things for myself), I've felt much better. I ordered a gorgeous dress from DaddyOs which arrived today and fits pretty awesomely. It's a little big on top (surprise! Usually things are a bit small on top), but it's lovely. Now I just need to find an occasion to wear it!
start date: Saturday, February 16, 2008
end date: Saturday, November 13, 2010
The Criteria: Tasks must be specific (ie. no ambiguity in the wording) with a result that is either measurable or clearly defined. Tasks must also be realistic and stretching (ie. represent some amount of work on my part).
Why 1001 Days? Many people have created lists in the past - frequently simple goals such as new year's resolutions. The key to beating procrastination is to set a deadline that is realistic. 1001 Days (about 2.75 years) is a better period of time than a year, because it allows you several seasons to complete the tasks, which is better for organizing and timing some tasks such as overseas trips or outdoor activities.
1. Make a list of 101 things to do in 1001 days.
2. Keep track of said list and progress.
3. go cage diving with great white sharks
4. visit stonehenge
5. spend a weekend in paris
6. spend a weekend in taormina
7. go on a sweeny todd tour
8. go on a jack the ripper tour
9. try curry
10. visit buckingham palace
11. visit ireland
12. visit scotland
13. visit amsterdam
14. visit Matt
15. attend comic con
16. host an evil dead birthday party
17. visit abbey road
18. stand on a dock in southampton
19. stay at a 5 star hotel
20. go see a live band
21. go see a play
22. go to a strip club
23. visit Jenise
24. watch a sunrise
25. watch a sunset
26. have palm read
27. take dancing lessons
28. see We Will Rock You
29. kiss in the rain
30. jump in puddles after the rain
31. take silly photo booth pictures
32, get some new ink
33. go ghost hunting
34. have a kiss at midnight on NYE
35. go sailing
36. visit an observatory
37. have a snowball fight
38. sing karaoke
39. dine at a fine restaurant
40. attend at least 5 zoner meet-ups
41. make a zombie survival kit
42. have professional pinup photos taken
43. go bowling
44. take guitar or drum lessons
45. sleep under the stars
46. send a message in a bottle
47. dress up for halloween
48. submit a secret to post secret
49. meditate on a beach
50. finish writing book
51. film a short
52. submit screenplay
53. submit poetry
HEALTH & BEAUTY & MENTAL
54. go for1 month with no fast food
55. go for 1 month as a vegetarian
56. go for 1 month without soda
57. take a yoga class
58. take a kickboxing class
59. get a brazilian wax
60. get a pedicure once a month
61, get a nice haircut every 3 months
62. lose 50 pounds
63. get a full body massage
64. make a list of 101 things that make me happy
65. get a pet
66. submit self for What Not To Wear
67. order a dress from DaddyO's
68. post a stream of consciousness blog once a month
FRIENDS & ALTRUISM
69. send an anonymous gift
70. send a friend a care package
71. get a penpal
72. pay it forward
73. send someone flowers
74. buy a tarot deck
75. buy a new gaming platform
76. buy a winter coat
77. buy lingerie
78. buy a lab coat
79. buy safety shoes for work
80. buy a Chia-pet
81. buy a digital camera
82. read a graphic novel each month
83. see one new movie each month
84. get absentee ballot for voting
85. organise my iTunes playlists
TO BE DETERMINED
100. for every item not completed, donate $10 to charity
101. make a new list at the end of 1001 days.
As a child, I watched wildlife shows with my father quite frequently. Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom, National Geographic specials, and my favorite from that time: Jacques Cousteau.
Something about those shows always captivated me. I suppose it's because in our ever-growing urban environment it's difficult to see wildlife up close. Those shows helped to take us on wild safaris and ocean expeditions that, otherwise, we could only dream of going on.
Steve Irwin did one better. He didn't just draw me into his world, he made his world part of mine. He spoke so passionately and with such wide-eyed wonder about such a range of subjects that it made one feel as if they were actually right there with him. He could hold an audience captive simply by being himself. His passion and zeal for life and the causes he believed in were enormous. This man wasn't just larger than life; he was an abundance of life that flowed into whomever he came in contact with. He was fearless. He studied his entire life to replace fear with consciousness, and if that doesn't speak volumes about life in general, I don't know what does. I will truly miss Steve Irwin, but his legacy and his passion for life will live on through me and hopefully countless others that saw the beauty in him.
|Culinary:||chocolate||c'mon, it's almost as good as sex|
|Literary:||horror||i'm drawn to the macabre, what can i say?|
|Musical:||john williams scores||can't help it. indy. star wars. jaws. yum.|
|Celebrity:||hm. johnny depp.||he's eccentric. and hot.|
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