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28 October 2005 @ 09:46 am
People who like Coldplay don't actually like music. People who like P.T. Anderson's Magnolia don't actually like film.
Current Music: Hendrix- "Little Wing"
20 October 2005 @ 05:20 pm
(jacked from usless_facts)
jesus was technicallly a zombie?
20 October 2005 @ 02:48 pm
English is the bastard child of all languages?

agree or disagree?
26 September 2005 @ 01:53 pm
Ninjas or Pirates?
19 September 2005 @ 11:26 am
why is there something rather than nothing?
13 September 2005 @ 02:21 pm
Only the lonely or misery loves company?
30 August 2005 @ 02:14 pm

Queen is the greatest rock band ever.
16 August 2005 @ 11:00 am
Puppies or Kittens?
12 August 2005 @ 02:32 pm
Rainbow flags must fly on the Bridge of Lions in St. Augustine, Florida, for gay pride week. The city rejected a request last month to mount the flags, but a U.S. district judge ruled against the town in a suit filed by three gay rights organizations. The groups said they would suffer "irreparable harm and loss" if the pennants were not displayed. City officials maintained the bridge was reserved for groups of historical significance. So, in its most recent request to fly the flags (after three years of trying), the pride committee told city commissioners the flags would commemorate the 1566 murder of a homosexual man in the St. Augustine area.


Ann Marie
11 August 2005 @ 10:50 am
Fearing a bruising blow to underperforming students' precious self-esteem, some British educators are mounting a campaign to eliminate the concept of failure. Retired teacher Liz Beattie wants the Professional Association of Teachers to "delete the word fail from the educational vocabulary to be replaced with the concept of deferred success." Beattie painted a picture of slow-but-steady students who, um, fail to complete tests in the allotted time, and whose tender egos might be traumatized if they received poor marks. While Beattie's idea will be debated at the next meeting of the teachers' association, it looks like sanity will trump oversensitivity: Education Secretary Ruth Kelly dismissed the cuddly concept outright, according to BBC News.


Ann Marie
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