October 3rd, 2006

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Gay Rights / MemeDump

Gay Rights
"Why is it that, as a culture, we are more comfortable seeing two men holding guns than holding hands?" - Ernest Gaines

We would like to know who really believes in gay rights on LiveJournal. There is no bribe of a miracle or anything like that. If you truly believe in gay rights, then repost this and title the post as "Gay Rights". If you don't believe in gay rights, then just ignore this. Thanks.

Mmmm... gayboys with guns... maybe cowboys, yeehaw!

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The following causes me: "Pain! Incredible Pain and Sorrow!"
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It scares me. O_O

In other news: I strained a muscle in my upper left arm, the one that pulls it down toward the torso. I did this while sleeping last week, and it was a little sore the whole week, then I went on a chainsaw rampage this weekend, and aggravated the strain. With some muscle relaxants and immobilization, I'm feeling much better now. But now I have a deep tissue bruise (on my left forearm by the mid-ulna). It is deep enough that it isn't visible, but it hurts when there's pressure applied. This injury is also of unknown origin.

I'm currently listening to the ultimate book of the Dark Tower series. It's over 24 hrs long, so I should be done by the middle of next week. It's seriously starting to freak me out. I won't give away anything, but my full name is 19 letters long, and that's the least of it. *shiver* After it's done, I think I'll make a donation to The Frank Muller Fund. Stephen King says in an author's note that the books were being read by Mr. Muller, but due to the injuries he sustained, he can no longer do this work (along with many other things most of us take for granted), and the rest of the series was read by George Guidall. All the profits of the audiobooks are going to this fund, and even though I didn't purchase the audiobooks, I enjoyed Mr. Muller's characterisations and style of narration, and Stephen's style of writing so much that I definitely want to contribute.

Anywhat, back to work.