Hesterbyrde

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from Huntsville, AL

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    • She fools all the lovers, again...

      10 years ago

      Hesterbyrde

      *deep breath*

      It's been awhile.

      Especially for me.


      To my credit, I've sat down and thought about posting many times over the last few weeks and just... not known anything to say really.

      I thought about squeeing about the wedding but... what is there really to say? Yes, I'm thrilled to be married. Yes, I'm relieved it's over. No, nothing is different about married life (save that the gas bill is cheaper). I don't do or not do anything now that I didn't do two months ago... save that at the end of the day, I don't go back to my parents place. I don't go anywhere. I deadbolt the door behind us and stay.

      I must say it's nice. I'm still not quite used to it. I still catch myself thinking about what excuse I'm going to give my parents about why I need to be at Charlie's apartment but then I remember... it's not Charlie's. Not just his anyway.

      It's nice, I guess. That's my answer to everyone asking me, 'How's married life???' It's nice. What I don't say is that it's nice to not have to lie, walk on eggshells, make plans around other people's moral hangups and worry about from whence the next drama bomb will come. It's nice to have the freedom to go where I want, sleep where I want and be who I want to be.

      'Nice' is the word.

      It's nice.



      Anyway... my life is very pleasant of late. I spend most of my time keeping up with housework lately, since I got horribly behind last week while I was sick. I also think I've played more GuildWars in the last month than I ever played in the threeish years prior. It's sort of a combination of making some great friends in the game recently, and being snatched into a guild that actually does something other than guild battles every blue moon that falls on a Tuesday and then only win if Saturn is in line with Orion's left testicle.

      About the only downside of late has been a serious lack of hours at work. I worked -once- this week at BBW. It's the week before Thanksgiving, people. Usually, I'm in that store so much that by the end of the holidays, my pores ooze shea butter and Japanese Cherry Blossom shower gel. Not so, though. I guess it's the crisis in the economy. I might not even be working Black Friday. Astounding.

      It's alright in a way though. Sure, my budget will be tight, but on the bright side, I nearly have all my Christmas shopping done and I have a ton of stuff that I can do with that free time.

      Here's a run-down of my foreseeable future.

      Tomorrow: Choir and Charlie's birthday dinner at P.F. Chang's... house cleaning, laundry and the like before. I also need to run by work and pick up the schedule for next week.

      Friday: It's opening night for the movie Twilight. Charlie and I are going in formal wear like the geeks that we are. I need to finish Breaking Dawn before I go. Maybe, I'll do that tomorrow.

      Saturday: I have a ton of running around to do with my mom. I have to deliver all the gifts to the ladies who threw my shower, and then my mom is showing me how to make her famous spaghetti and stuffed peppers. Woo!

      The following week is the week of Thanksgiving, my favorite holiday. I don't really know my exact schedule yet, but I'll be out of town from Wednesday afternoon until Friday afternoon. There promises to be food and presents and merriment for all!


      I have a few plans already in the works for Christmas but nothing concrete yet.


      Anyway... I'm going to run. Just thought I wouldn't be a stranger for once.

      Love and Cookies,

      Hester

      PS: Recipes to follow soon... I have some great cookies to share! Also, yes there will be wedding pictures. I just need to get them off the cd.

    • Carried away...

      10 years ago

      Hesterbyrde

      Can someone kindly tell me where the month of September went? Did I miss the memo about it being sucked into the fourth dimension along with Satan and Owen Wilson's comedic talent?

      At any rate, my wedding is a week away. Like... exactly. A week from now, I'll be trussed up in a white dress with enough beading to stop a sniper round standing at the altar. And by the time I post this... I will most likely be married. Astounding. Where did all the time go?

      Needless to say, I have a long week ahead of me.

      Tomorrow, I'll be packing up a few more things from my parents' place (I've been working on moving all week as I've been cleaning my room) and coming back to the apartment to work on some stuff for the reception.

      Monday I have to work, but other than that I'll probably be cleaning at my parents' place some more and finishing up what I didn't get done on Sunday.

      Tuesday is errand day. I have some pictures that need framing, a bridesmaid's dress to pick up and some pumpkins and apples to buy at Isom's.

      Wednesday I have a couple of appointments and some food shopping to do.

      Thursday, the first few out-of-towners arrive and I plan on taking it sort of easy. And is there In Concordiam practice?

      Friday is the rehearsal.

      Saturday... I don't want to talk about my schedule that day.


      Suffice it to say that after all this, I'm going to enjoy my massage on Sunday.



      Anyway... that's just an update about what and where I'll be next week.

      Love and Cookies,

      Hester

    • All the sagging orchards...

      10 years ago

      Hesterbyrde

      So here's a recipe for fried apples. I'm making this to go with roasted chicken tonight.


      4 apples peeled and sliced (any kind you prefer... I like golden delicious since when they cook down they are soft and buttery)
      2 Tablespoons butter
      3 Tablespoons light brown sugar
      2 Tablespoons honey
      1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

      Melt the butter in a pan over medium heat. Toss the apple slices with the sugar and cinnamon and add to the melted butter. Stirring often, add the honey. Cook to desired consistancy. I like mine very soft, so I slice the apples on the thin side and cook them for awhile, so they're like eating butter.

    • Put down the apple, Adam...

      11 years ago

      Hesterbyrde

      Hey all!

      It seems that I never update these days. I guess I just never feel like I have much to say that's any different from the last time I posted.

      Wedding plans slog on. Truthfully, what's worrying me now is finding time to pack and move. I've really been living in the same place for 20 years. Do you know how much shit you accumulate in that amount of time? Especially if you like to read. Fuck getting table cloths and forks. We need book cases!

      Anyway... there's a lot going on in the world. There's the twat running with McCain that I could yell about until my vocal cords are gone, but I don't want to waste those. There are already enough people bitching about that. I could scream about the economic bullshit going on but frankly, I'm not exactly competent to comment on the subject. I got a D in economics in high school... though it had to do with the fact that a coach was trying to teach me something involving numbers at 8 am.


      Honestly, with all this bullshit flying around in the world, it makes it far too easy to just keep your nose down and find something simple to enjoy. I did just that today with a trip out to Isom's. I bought two big ass bags of apples, some veggies and a bunch of grapes. Oh... and an apple cider slurpie. Yes, you read that right. Apple cider slurpie. They're awesome.

      The cooler weather and the pile of apples in my kitchen makes me feel good. Fall is on the way and it's my favorite time of year. There was a poor apple that didn't survive the ride home due to my fall fever. The leaves aren't changing yet but I'm already getting the bounce in my step that autumn brings. I just want to wrap this time of year around me like my favorite blanket.


      Anyway, I'm going to go open every window in the apartment and take a nap.

      Love and cookies,

      Birdie

    • You can't make this up...

      11 years ago

      Hesterbyrde

      edition.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/europe/08/28/kate.moss.gold/?iref=mpstoryview

      A gold statue.

      A solid gold statue to be displayed at the British Museum in their Greek statue display.


      OF KATE FUCKING MOSS?



      I guess this is the ultimate in that old saying of 'I'd rather have someone ask why I don't have a statue than why I have one made of SOLID FUCKING GOLD!'

      Kate Moss? Why Kate Moss?! Of all the great influential and philanthropic individuals alive today... a supermodel?

      Tell me O great oracle of Wikipedia... what has Kate Moss contributed to society that makes her worthy of a solid gold statue?

      *reads*

      She's a supermodel... You wanna know what she's famous for? 'Ushering in the waif look in the early 90's.' I think she should be shot for that, not sculpted in solid gold like a goddess. Because in tandem with the 'waif look' came the anorexia craze.

      Also, she's a coke addict.


      Ok ok... the sculpture really was some sort of artistic representation of a siren or whatever. It isn't a statue -of- her. It's a statue that she just happens to be the subject of... but statues are still instilled as memorials... could the artist at least pick someone worth both memorializing and his artistic talent? Not to mention worth 50 kg of gold. Kate Moss isn't even worth however many kilograms of cocaine she snorts.

    • So I'm confused...

      11 years ago

      Hesterbyrde

      Here's a little slice of what-the-fuck? for you.

      I found this news article buried in all the hype about the Democratic National Convention. This is somewhat old news by interwebz standards but here we go...

      Apparently, three white supremacists were arrested in Denver on suspicion of wanting to assassinate Barack Obama. (Also arrested on drug and weapons charges)

      I... Just... Well, read the article first.

      www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/us_elections/article4617490.ece


      They said they couldn't find 'sufficient evidence of a true threat' in order to charge them with threatening to assassinate Obama.


      Lets see...

      Guns with sniping and stealth capabilities? Check.

      Disguises? Check.

      False ID? Check.

      Communication equipment for synchronizing activities? Check.

      Stated plan and intent to kill target? Check.


      So my question is, what precisely were they lacking to make them a credible assassination threat? Maybe a sweeter ride or better disguises... but that about covers it unless you're James Bond. Hell, just breathing the words "I'll kill you." in public school will get your ass raked over coals and fish hooks on your way out the door.

      The cops made some remark about them just being coked out white supremacists, and they did get them off the streets on drug and weapons charges, but I'm still scratching my head as to what would have been the magic key to making the cops flip on the assassination light. For fuck's sake, they had a rifle you could attach a silencer to! Your run of the mill hunting rifle doesn't come with those standard.

      Granted, the article didn't mention if they'd found any actual ammunition for these guns... that's just about the only hole in the story, but they might have intended to buy that in Denver or something. Who knows really?

      I guess I can at least be thankful that these crack-heads are off the street, no matter the reason, but it just baffles me that they can't find sufficient cause to charge them with a crime they are clearly guilty of.

    • 'Twill be my theme...

      11 years ago

      Hesterbyrde

      Hey all...


      Don't really have much to say tonight.

      This coming week is more of the usual... working a bit but not as much as my bank account would like. Grabbing lunch with a few people I haven't seen in awhile. Maybe getting some appointments set up for both the wedding and for me going back to school next year.

      Oh... I don't think I've mentioned this here. I'm going back to school next year... either spring or fall... for an English degree. Raise your hand if you're surprised. Didn't think so. Not sure what I'll do with it... but I may as well stop fighting it and get a degree in English since I do so well in it. I might get a minor in history just for the extra knowledge. It could be helpful with my writing.

      Speaking of books, I've finished the seventh book in the Drizzt series by R. A. Salvatore. Only 15 more to go... *eyeroll* I'm still reading the Anita Blake novels... the Harlequin has taken a bit of an upswing from the usual angst, drama, and sex. I'm hopeful for it. I'm also working up the guts to finish Breaking Dawn... I can tell the worst is about to happen. I'm about 150ish pages from the end, and that's when all hell tends to break loose in these books.

      Must finish.
      Must finish.
      Must finish.

      And when I'm finished, I'm going to pick up something a little more classical and educational. The vampire masturbation is going to go on hold before it rots my brain any further. Does anyone have any suggestions on a good classical book that I could read?



      Anyway, before I go, I have a recipe to pass along that was concocted for dinner tonight. It's a bit on the spiffy side, but it's a meal to impress with.



      Ingredients:

      9 sea scallops trimmed (go look up how to clean and trim sea scallops on foodtv.com)
      3-4 Tablespoons unsalted butter
      salt and pepper
      2-3 cloves of garlic sliced (not minced)
      a handful of chopped fresh parsley
      once around the pan with lemon juice


      Melt the butter in a small skillet just big enough to hold all 9 scallops at once, and add the garlic. Don't fry it... just warm the butter and the garlic so the flavor gets infused. The garlic shouldn't brown really.

      Pat the scallops dry with a towel and set them out on a plate. Salt and pepper both sides of the scallops liberally. Turn up the heat on the butter to medium high and when it starts to bubble, place the scallops in the pan with tongs. Cook for 1:30 on each side or until opaque and springy to the touch. If the garlic starts to get too brown either remove it or just scoot it to a cooler place in the pan. Take caution it doesn't burn.

      When the scallops are done, remove them from the pan, and add the parsley and lemon juice and stir to combine. Cook until the sauce tightens slightly. Pour over the scallops.


      I think this might benefit from being served with pasta. Also... I would have used white wine instead of lemon juice but I didn't have any and the lemon juice seemed to work pretty well. I'd still like to try it with wine. Also, I bet this sauce would be great with other sorts of seafood like shrimp, squid or sturdy fish.



      Hokay... I'm going to go crash. Maybe do a bit of reading.

      Love and Cookies,

      Birdie

    • Hunk of burning love...

      11 years ago

      Hesterbyrde

      I don't really have much interesting to say about my life right now, so here's the next installment of 'We Didn't Start the Fire.'



      Television:

      Wow... there's a lot to look at here.

      Television, while being blamed (sometimes needlessly in the case of violence on TV and sometimes very neededly in the case of American Idol) for many of the social problems in our country, has brought about a new age of information delivery. While it could be argued that it is has become less a medium for the delivery of information and more a marketing device for ideas, it can't be denied that it has changed the behavior of the more prominent citizens of the world. When a politician, actor or celebrity of any sort can spit on the sidewalk and slow-mo footage of it is on the 6 o'clock news, its sort of understood that everyone's character is under constant scrutiny. I'm not sure if this is a good thing or not. Part of me says it is, because I think it might force people to be more honest and real with the public... but part of me says it isn't, because no one is perfect. For instance, does it -really- matter that Edwards had an affair? Sure it was a slimy thing to do, but it has no bearing on his political performance.

      I don't watch much TV, to be truthful. I find most shows, save the more educational network shows like Mythbusters, Dirty Jobs and Food Network, to be quite base these days. It pretty much seems to be populated by sit-coms (which are little more than pseudo-realistic scenarios full of people who actually say to their boss/mother/spouse/best friend what we all wish we could and get away with it), or 'reality' shows. I won't even start on the latter. I'll type all night. I also hate the sensationalist news media that has sort of bred from the ooze of the flow of information opened up by both TV itself and the more recent advent of the interwebz. Again... I could go on for days but I think I'll spare you this as well.

      TV does have it's issues beyond the swell in stupid content. The fact that it makes questionable content available to minors is often discussed and Wikipedia has a really great point on this that I had never thought about.

      "The literacy level of books would often correspond with the "appropriate" topics for children. Topics unsuitable for children would be written for a higher level of literacy and when most children would try to read these books they would be beyond their literary capabilities.

      With television, the literacy level required to understand is substantially lower as well as it being difficult to monitor a child's use of the device and anticipate the content that will be delivered through it. However, much research and development is being dedicated to regain control, monitor and restrict children's consumption of television.

      Often, television can show children what adults may not want them to know. A key example of this is in the television show Father Knows Best where children are let in on perhaps the biggest secret: that adults keep secrets from them."

      This is interesting... but it actually doesn't point to television itself as the problems but the 'inability' (though I say unwillingness in a lot of cases) of parents to control the content of what their kids see. I call bullshit on this in a lot of ways. Perhaps control isn't as important as a parents involvement. A parent's willingness and availability to explain to the child what they're seeing. Now I'm not saying that a 4 year old needs to see a hard core sex scene or see someone eviscerated with a chainsaw, but if they do and when they do later, it falls for to a parent to put in context for the child what they're seeing.

      But also, it falls to the parent to control what their kids are watching (and this doesn't just go for the TV but for the internet as well... maybe even doubly so)... to pay attention. I think a lot of this wanking about violence and sex on TV isn't about protecting the children... it's about doing the parents' job for them.

      As a side note... I found this interesting in the Wikipedia article.

      "Complaints about the social influence of television can also be heard from the justice system as investigators and prosecutors alike decry what they refer to as “the CSI Syndrome.†They complain that, because of the popularity and considerable viewership of CSI and its spinoffs, juries today expect to be “dazzled,†and will acquit criminals of charges unless presented with impressive physical evidence, even when motive, testimony, and lack of alibi are presented by the prosecution."

      Interesting indeed. I wonder if that's happened with any other shows.



      That ended up being longer than I had anticipated, so that's all I'll do tonight.

      Go look up the next three topics in the song if you want to see why I'm stopping with just one.

    • Let the west wind blow...

      11 years ago

      Hesterbyrde

      Hey all.

      I made it back to Huntsville safe and sound last night. Either I got really lucky or American Airlines has stepped up their customer service game. I wish I had gotten the name of all the people that helped me, including their telephone service people.

      Anyway, the telling of my adventures will have to wait until I get my pictures sorted. I had a great time. The desert is such a unique place... especially in Arizona. And it's unique unto itself in the rainier season. Everything was so green.

      I've got errands to run... I'd best escape the house before my mom gets home. I have a mountain of crap to do that I've been putting off. But I guess that's why you have vacations... to relax, to rejuvenate, and to find a place that makes you comfortable.

      Love and Cookies,

      Hester

    • At this table you will find...

      11 years ago

      Hesterbyrde

      Greetings from the land of cactus and sunshine!

      I love the desert. And it's monsoon season which is way cool... you can see storms on the mountains 30+ miles off and actually hear the thunder from them. It's incredible.

      Walter and I went hiking a couple days ago and were caught on the trail by one of these storms... it hailed on us all the way back to the car. Good times.

      I've also been taking lots of pictures... I'll be sure to get them posted when I get back.

      Also, Tucson is a foodie's paradise. There are all sorts of cheap ethnic restaurants around the U of A campus. My current obsession is an Indian place called 'Kebabeque.' I may try to convince the owner to open up a branch in Huntsville. Walter will be sick of going there by the time I leave.

      Anyway... Walter and I have been experimenting with some new cooking ideas. There's a great local grocery store that sells all kinds of cool stuff, like their own sausage, granola and cereal ingredients sold by the pound and all sorts of local produce. So we have an abundance of great stuff to cook with.

      Tonight, I was struck with inspiration while staring into the refrigerator... the product (which is quite tasty) is below.


      Salmon and Bell Pepper Pasta


      Ingredients:

      1 large red bell pepper cut into ribbons
      14 oz of drained pre-cooked salmon
      2 tablespoons of olive oil
      Pasta
      salt and pepper
      3 cloves of garlic -sliced- not minced
      2 teaspoons dried parsley (2 tablespoons of fresh would be better. Add it with basil if you have it)
      the juice of one lemon
      A cup of -fresh- basil leaves shredded or torn

      Boil the pasta per package instructions in large amounts of salted water.

      Over medium heat, add the oil to a large skillet and add the bell peppers. Saute until they just start to soften. Then, add the salmon and the garlic. Cook until heated through. Take care that the garlic doesn't burn. When the salmon is heated through, add salt and pepper to taste, the dried parsley and toss through. Squeeze on the fresh lemon juice and then add the drained pasta (adding a little of the pasta cooking water if the mixture is too tight). Sprinkle on the basil and toss once more.

      Serve with grated cheese if you wish.

      This recipe serves 3ish people... obviously it's easy to upsize or downsize.


      Some side notes:

      Walter and I were musing as we ate about what else might be good in this dish... we came up with the following: spinach, sweet onion, red pepper flakes, thyme, snow peas, and mushrooms.

      Also, we used a curly pasta like fusilli. This didn't work so well, as the sauce is sort of chunky and not saucy at all. We determined a long noodle like vermicelli (which is just thick spaghetti) would work better.

      I mentioned in the ingredient list that you should slice the garlic rather than chop or mince it. This is because I really only wanted a hint of garlic flavor. Garlic is one of those flavors that, if you aren't careful, it can take over the show, especially when paired with lighter flavored ingredients, which is the case here. Also, I didn't want little pieces of garlic in this sauce.

      Lastly, I mentioned something about adding pasta water. What I mean is, that if the mixture is too tight and it's not blending well with the pasta, add a spoonful or two of the water from the pasta pot. Why from there? Because it's already seasoned and the dissolved starch from the pasta will help make the sauce more cohesive.



      Anyway, Ima go stab something nao. Then I need a good night's sleep, since tomorrow will no doubt be full of more adventure.

      Love and Cookies,

      Hester

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    • Jengaship FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Travancore on DD

      10 years ago

      Hey, it's been forever. Ever coming back?

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      10 years ago

      Hope the wedding came off smoothly!

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      11 years ago

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      11 years ago

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      11 years ago

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      11 years ago

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      11 years ago

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      12 years ago

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      12 years ago

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      12 years ago

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      12 years ago

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      12 years ago

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      12 years ago

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      12 years ago

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      12 years ago

      Thanks for your comments on my journal. The Pagan views actually make a lot of sence to me along with the Wiccan and the Native American...so that's about where I sit. Nature Based as it were. Thanks again. It made me feel better.

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      12 years ago

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      12 years ago

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      12 years ago

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      12 years ago

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      13 years ago

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      13 years ago

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      13 years ago

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      14 years ago

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      14 years ago

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    • MagusX303

      14 years ago

      You have been awarded the Cunning Hat award for being an outstanding Browncoat!

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    • docdawolf

      14 years ago

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      Doc


      You had to be in

    • Dark_Rayne

      14 years ago

      Yay someon else who likes Crossing Jordan! I can't believe the season finale...that was so sad. *tear* and yeah i play the clarinet... but unfortunately ive grown to not like it so much...

    • ythpstrmoby

      14 years ago

      coookkiees!!!

    • bobbyg

      14 years ago

      I played the clarinet too!

    • elvis15

      14 years ago

      TAG!

    • ioledreamer

      14 years ago

      Oi, Hester! I got conned into creating an account here, so you have to put up with me in multiple forums! Poor you, huh? :D

      ~ Gaia

    • sdcoiner76

      14 years ago

      Good Eats Rocks

    • Old_Dirty

      14 years ago

      Billy Joel quotes are the best...

      Dream on; but don't imagine they'll all come true...
      oo-ooh
      Vienna waits for you.

    • Old_Dirty

      14 years ago

      Billy Joel quotes are the best...

      Dream on; but don't imagine they'll all come true...
      oo-ooh
      Vienna waits for you.

    • PissedKitty

      14 years ago

      So evasive in your pictures. :p

    • jlines

      14 years ago

      um.... yea ok.

    • ElvenScifer

      14 years ago

      You like FIREFLY?!?!?!?!?!?! I FOUND ANOTHER FAN!!!!!! AT LAST!!!!!! Anyways, I did a search for fans of Kushiel's Dart, and your name came up, so I was just wondering if you liked the book?

      Mal: Trust me, they won't find anything.
      Zoe: Why is that sir?
      Mal: .....'cause....

    • The_Rizzo

      14 years ago

      Just read your profile. Took me a minute to finally recognize that was Billy Joel at the end. I love that song

    • ZANDO

      14 years ago

      yeah Silent hill Kicks... how should i put this ....o well you known what im sayin

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