Monday, July 6, 2009

Comments: A Moral Imperative

Imitation = flattery. We know this:) I stole this from Schmutzie, who stole it from someone else, so you feel free to go ahead and steal it too. Here's the what:

1) If you are already actually on this website, AWESOME, and if you are reading this is in a feedreader, click on this entry's title and come on over. We'll wait, because you're cool.

2) Answer the following three questions in the comments section:
   a) What is your website url?
   b) Where are you from in real life?
   c) What strange belief/idea did you have as a child?

I'll go first, and even post a different weird thing than I posted at Schmutzie's place.

15 comments:

  1. a) Daisybones.com
    b) Charleston, WV
    c) I thought I could fly if I could get the correct superhero logo pinned to my blanky-cape. The magic's in the logo, of course.

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  2. a) pluckedfromogygia.blogspot.com
    b) Pittsburgh, PA
    c) that the phrase "objects in mirror are closer than they appear" on the side view mirror had some kind of deeper philosophical meaning that I needed to figure out.

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  3. 2) Answer the following three questions in the comments section:
    a) What is your website url?
    http://follow-my-bliss.blogspot.com/
    http://misfitina.livejournal.com

    b) Where are you from in real life?
    H-town; the Rivercity; Huntingdumb

    c) What strange belief/idea did you have as a child?
    People just give you things. You be cute, clever, and things just start coming at you.

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  4. a) 1)http://islefayeskitchen.blogspot.com/
    2)http://herbalhangout.blogspot.com/
    among others
    b)Norris, TN
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norris,_Tennessee
    c) that I was the only one here... and I don't mean that the way it sounds, but in the way that I was everyone, and everyone was me... that I was all people, no one, and only me at the same time. It was an incredible glimpse into the concept that as human beings we are all connected to each other and the idea that our thoughts are things and have an effect in the physical world. ok I know... I'm strange

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  5. @isLefaye I remember wondering what if I WAS the only one in the world, just imagining it all. Then I read the definition of "solipsism" in the dictionary and decided that imaginary people wouldn't have invented a word for that feeling and that everyone is real and I could chill.

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  6. Answer the following three questions in the comments section:
    a) allnewpaige.blogspot.com/
    b) Lincoln Co, WV originally, Charleston now
    c) That everyone liked me and just always would (sheltered only child).

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  7. Paige! A new person:) Did we meet at Guru at the opening? Or somewhere else... I am thinking we've met in real life but I might be... or am definitely crazy:)

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  8. a) alexisyael.livejournal.com
    b) M'bile, AL (sigh)
    c) I wanted curly hair so badly, my aunt was able to get me to believe that if I ate the crusts of my sandwiches, my hair would curl! And I diligently ate my crusts from then on, despite figuring out she'd lied.

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  9. Daisy... you seem awfully familiar but I don't know where from! Or it could be that craziness is all that we share! LOL

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  10. Hehe Paige... well. It's lovely to meet you, maybe again:) Your blog's groovy!

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  11. a. www.nonlineargirl.com
    b. Portland, OR
    c. It felt important to be physically balanced in weird ways - for example, if I stepped on a crack with my left foot I had to step on one with my right.

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  12. a)myspace.com/pelehoney - I've let my others lapse.

    b)Huntington, WV

    c)I thought that I could fly if I walked off the edge of things (porches, couches, etc) with my eyes shut - if I couldn't SEE the ground then i wouldn't know the difference. Yes, I learned this from Wile E. Coyote. After a few skinned knees, I gave it up (it took multiple falls, I was a persistent kid).

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  13. a) I'm lame. Killed my blog for the love of my Moleskine.
    b) I live in Jenn's World. It's very nice here. Please feel free to drop in anytime. You can send me snail mail in the Charleston, WV area though.
    c) I used to believe that an individual was allotted a certain amount of words to say over the course of their lifetime. When you reached your limit you became mute. I think my Mom planted this is my head because I never shut the hell up. I tried to keep my words under 200 per day and failed miserably quite often.

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  14. a) http://grapplesauce.wordpress.com/
    b) Vancouver, BC
    c) I thought that I was living in a kind of dark ages, and that everything beautiful like art, books, and all the music on the radio had been created hundreds of years ago. I remember being completely shocked to learn that some composers, authors and artists were still alive, and some were even young!

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  15. Grapplesauce: lovely name:) I checked out your blog- fabulous! Thanks for visiting.

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