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02 September 2012 @ 02:02 am
It's September.


(Kiwi, use your Big Girl words.)


I've been up to stuff. Game night with an old high school friend who is now Extra Awesome and her boyfriend (same high school) who is still fantastic; we all table-top Role-Played and I'm the Madam of a brothel who can shoot zombies in the face. Met up with another old friend from high school times (but not my actual high school) for some quick, informal football/soccer in the heat; it was easy to show off since they had smoked. :P Had the less-than-two-hours meeting with my sister but it was lovely and it was the last non-family visit she had before moving the next day, so there's that. I can also visit once I figure out those cheap ways people have of getting from Boston to NYC and back. Less-fun things, too.

I also have random things:

The Rowe Senior High Camp Afternoonish Meeting Song!
I'm in it. Look for the hobbit in a denim jacket enthusiastically dancing. And then making unintentional Lovegood arms at the end.

(The boy taking off so many layers of clothes had previously put on a ridiculous amount of the clothing from the Lost And Found pile.)

Polite cat! Look at the headbutt!

Also a NSFW lesbian porny comic that has a soft style to it and is actually pretty well done in how it deals with orgasm, (light) kinks, and how women have very different bodies that are often sensitive in different ways. I was way more impressed than I expected to be. Here it is.

The Gay Song:

I'm Here and Queer, Dyke Pioneer...but more for Ellen Page than KStew, definitely gayer than Lindsay without Sam, and never was a Spashley (lesbian ship) fan. Different subspecies of lesbian, but still very very gay! Someone joked about having it as a ringtone; I think that would actually be hilarious.

I love this gingerbread person about gender and sexuality: To be found here! Click on the gingerbread person!

I'm not sure why this video gave me hope, but at least it allowed me to think of my feelings in terms of feeling as though I'm in the camping-out-in-the-wilderness-soul-searching-away-from-Hogwarts phase of my Harry Potter life:

I've been using Chrome for a while but it has been hating me lately so I'm heading back to Firefox and it feels like moving home haha.

That is all for now. It's late and tomorrow I have to coordinate for one of the summer services (which the regular minister is running!) and then I'm off to a Renn Faire with a friend of mine if she remembers.
101mutts: peas101mutts on September 2nd, 2012 01:21 pm (UTC)
That's an impressive number of links!

I'm sure there are lots of people who know how to do Boston to NYC bus or Providence to NYC but it's doable for under $50 roundtrip, less depending on how much you're willing to put your life on the line. If you want more info, lmk.


I really like the HPAlliance videos particularly Lauren's. She did a series on HPgay last fall as well. Nothing too earth shattering but basically a guide to being sensitive and PC around glbtq issues.
Kiwi Crocuscranky__crocus on September 2nd, 2012 04:19 pm (UTC)
Yeah, every time I'm on the 'net and coming across stuff, I tend to leave some tabs open with this idea of "oh I should post this somewhere!" Usually Facebook and Livejournal. Sometimes I actually do; often I don't and my browser crashes at some point and I lose them. I'm always happy when I can actually post them. :D

I know I've heard of buses and things that are very cheap between the two - mostly buses. I doubt I'd take the one from Chinatown to Chinatown, but perhaps Megabus or something (I saw $9 tickets each way).

To be honest, I follow HPAvids mostly for Lauren. I also follow her regular channel but she doesn't always post vids there. I think she's just incredibly well-spoken and speaks on pertinent issues. She's also hilarious and geeky and cute, which altogether make her awesome. :D
101mutts: brown dog101mutts on September 2nd, 2012 04:45 pm (UTC)
She has her own channel?! What's the link?
She's also hilarious and geeky and cute, which altogether make her awesome. :D Exactly!

Yeah, the secret to megabus is getting tickets early. Prices go up a week before the trip date. Going to Burlington I ended up paying about $8 more because I bought them the day after they went up, but it was still incredibly cheap.
Kiwi Crocus: HP || Rolanda || Watchful eye.cranky__crocus on September 2nd, 2012 06:02 pm (UTC)
Her separate channel is here and I've loved many of the videos she's uploaded. :D It's more informal and often seems less scripted.

I hear you on the buying tickets earlier! I always have to remind myself to do that. Sometimes I don't quite succeed.