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ETA: Holy crap, it's the fifth anniversary of THE GRAY WAVE!

Also, I went back to the Blade Runner newsgroup I used to frequent when I was active in the fandom circa 2001-2002. All I can say is; if you're ever tempted to go hunting for old posts you made ten years ago, make sure to check your embarrassment sqick at the door. Feelings of, 'SHIT, I ACTUALLY POSTED THIS IN A PUBLIC FORUM?' are abounding.


Jul. 12th, 2010 09:05 pm
numb3r_5ev3n: Jerry Cornelius (Default)

I write like
Chuck Palahniuk

I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing!

also this )

ETA: Conundrum: I actually want to go out and do something tonight, but I need to do laundry. Hurm.

ETA 2: Laundry and writing won out. Still trying to clean up the mess I made with my last fic chapter.
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1) Comment to this and I will give you 3 people.
2) Post this meme with your answers.
3) Provide pictures and the names of 3 people.
4) Label which you would marry, shag, and throw off a cliff.

[ profile] serenity_winner gave me Dan, Laurie, and Rorschach.

And here we go: )
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I can't make polls without a paid account, so feel free to leave whatever response you'd like on my comments page. I'm just asking this question to all and sundry: what has your experience been with "Web 2.0" been so far?

To clarify, the phrase "Web 2.0" was coined in 2004, as highspeed internet access began to replace dialup access, social networking sites and blogs were beginning to replace personal websites with guestbooks, and the use of java, CSS, flash, and PHP began to augment sites that had formerly been configured entirely using HTML. As someone who works in the tech industry (and who is getting back into web design) I have been taking a look at the source code of nearly every website I come across now, from business and news sites to blogs and personal sites.

I do feel a certain nostalgia for the era when personal websites were more rampant. I first went online in 1995 with AOL, when people were still using the phrase "Information Superhighway" with a straight face. AOL was "the internet" to me, until we signed on with Cyberramp, a local dialup ISP that went out of business in 1998 or 1999.

This last year has been the longest I have ever gone without personal internet access at home since '95 - though I've been able to get online with my laptop at places with free wifi, and I pretty much have unlimited access at work as long as I don't look at anything that's NSFW, so I don't really know if this counts.

I've had my MySpace account since 2003 (though I rarely use it) and my livejournal since May, 2004. This may seem kind of morbid, but the study of dead journals on DeadJournal is actually an endless source of fascination for me, as I go back and look at the visual styles of journals that haven't been updated in four years or more. There's a certain "look" to them, just as there was about sites I remember from 1995 and 1996 that had little to no actual styling (plain black text on a gray background, or comic sans on pale yellow, for example) and the "This site is best viewed in I.E/Netscape" icons from the browser wars back then.

What a long, strange trip it's been.
numb3r_5ev3n: Jerry Cornelius (DAN RLY)
Comment to this post and I will give you 5 subjects/things I associate you with. Then post this in your LJ and elaborate on the subjects given.

*Laurie Juspeckzyk

My answers. )
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You are 80% REAL Texan!!

You're way more Texan than average. You're parents were probably from here too. We're glad to have you. You probably go to the border for Christmas shopping and are well versed in BBQ, Mexican Food and .. well thats pretty much it.

How Texan Are You?
Take More Quizzes

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1. Delicious Barbecue
2. Banana Pancakes
3. Economic downturn
4. Panda Bears
5. Eczema
6. Malcolm Reynolds
7. Trigonometry homework
8. M*A*S*H reruns
9. Dysentery
10. Wardrobe malfunctions
11. Adorable kittens

(I'm sorry, this was a lot funnier at 3AM last night.)


Dec. 8th, 2008 03:09 pm
numb3r_5ev3n: Jerry Cornelius (Default)
1. WITNESS PROTECTION NAME: (mother's & father's middle names)

Frances Edward

2. NASCAR NAME: (first name of your mother's dad, father's dad)

Walter Edward (I like this and I'm keeping it.)

3. STAR WARS NAME: (the first 2 letters of your last name, first 4 letters of your first name)


4.DETECTIVE NAME: (favorite color, favorite animal)

Green Glider

5. SOAP OPERA NAME: (middle name, city where you live)

Denise Dallas. OMG total porn name.

6. SUPERHERO NAME: (2nd favorite color, favorite alcoholic drink, optionally add "THE" to the beginning)


7. FLY NAME: (first 2 letters of 1st name, last 2 letters of your last name)


8. GANGSTA NAME: (favorite ice cream flavor, favorite cookie):

Cappuccino Chocolate Chip?

9. ROCK STAR NAME: (current pet's name, current street name)
Diva Meadowcreek. >:P

10. PORN NAME: (1st pet, street you grew up on)
Snoopy Redwood. (OMG NOOOOOOOO)
numb3r_5ev3n: Jerry Cornelius (Default)

Your result for The Steampunk Style Test...

The Officer

46% Elegant, 31% Technological, 63% Historical, 68% Adventurous and 14% Playful!

You are the Officer, the embodiment of steampunk’s military sensibilities. It is an inevitable fact that advances in technology find some way to advance warfare; indeed, it is often the case that military necessity provides the means of developing new technology. You may be attracted to the technological appeal of steampunk weaponry, or perhaps you enjoy the glamour of Victorian uniforms. You combine a readiness for danger and a technological aptitude with a very sharp sense of fashion. You may be an army engineer, a mechanized dragoon, or an airship captain, but regardless you approach fashion with military efficiency and with style.

Try our other Steampunk test here.

Take The Steampunk Style Test at HelloQuizzy

numb3r_5ev3n: Jerry Cornelius (Default)
Married To The Sea

Also: Memage )
numb3r_5ev3n: Jerry Cornelius (Default)

What type of Fae are you?

In other news: my hair is now sort of burgandy, thanks to Manic Panic's Vampire Red. Film at 11.
numb3r_5ev3n: Jerry Cornelius (FANTASTIC.)
I actually wasn't going to post this at first, but the picture is just so awesome.

Your Score: Donatello / Sophia

Your ki is made up of 47% Vigor and 61% Wisdom

Naysayers call it a mild dementia, but the truth is that you're the smartest and most technical-minded of the Golden Girls. You construct diverse gadgets to help your friends fight crime and to help you go to the bathroom. You're the inventor, the hacker, the engineer, and the combat medic of 6151 Richmond St. You also show the most kindness, though it's hidden deep under your Sicilian cynicism. You're no slouch when it comes to fighting, either. Your bo is a formidable weapon.

Link: The Which Golden-Girl/TMNT are you Test written by ChimericMouse on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
numb3r_5ev3n: Jerry Cornelius (Default)
Comment, and I will comment back with a picture of the fictional character that most reminds me of you. Then post the same in your journal.

Here is the character who most reminds me of [ profile] agent_muller:

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Henry from Silent Hill 4: The Room.
numb3r_5ev3n: Jerry Cornelius (Edward's not watching the road!!)
You scored as Hannibal Lecter, You are Hannibal Lecter. You dont need to eat human flesh to live, but do so because it just taste good. You are very intelligent, and enjoy using it to your advantage to keep people guessing. You arent a killing machine, but when you do decide to let loose, watch out! Dinner is served, with some fava beans, and a nice chianti!


Hannibal Lecter






Michael Myers


Jason Voorhees


Freddy Krueger




Buffalo Bill


Captain Spaulding




Which Horror Killer are You?
created with

Wow, Pinhead came in second!
numb3r_5ev3n: Jerry Cornelius (Default)

Your Score: The Harlequin

You scored 5% Cardinal, 53% Monk, 61% Lady, and 51% Knight!

You are a mystery, a jack-of-all-trades. You have the king's ear, but also listen to murmurings of the common folk. You believe in the value of force and also literature. Truly you are the puzzlement of the age.

Link: The Who Would You Be in 1400 AD Test written by KnightlyKnave on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
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Take the Transformers Quiz
numb3r_5ev3n: Jerry Cornelius (Default)
How will you be suspended from LJ? by Anonymous LJ User
Years on LJ
Hours left until your suspension31
Your crimeMistaken identity. Your name was too similar to a porn queen BNF.
Who reported youjamesovei
Your fateBlogging simultaneously on Journalfen, GreatestJournal, and InsaneJournal gives you fatal RSIs.

LOL, my "fate" in this meme is weirdly appropriate.


Jun. 20th, 2007 02:24 pm
numb3r_5ev3n: Jerry Cornelius (Default)

Your Score: Androgynous

You scored 50 masculinity and 50 femininity!

You scored high on both masculinity and femininity. You have a strong personality exhibiting characteristics of both traditional sex roles.

Link: The Bem Sex Role Inventory Test written by weirdscience on OkCupid, home of the The Dating Persona Test

I could have told them that. I also think the graphic they used was rather ironically apt. XD

I am up at Panera Cafe with my laptop, showing my Mom how to connect to this place's free Wi-Fi connection with her laptop. This place kicks Starbucks' ass in every way.
numb3r_5ev3n: Jerry Cornelius (Default)
Art imitating life, or:

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Married To The Sea is an effing riot. Victorian lithograph macros FTW.


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