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I finally got back to importing entries from when I was on Blogger to this LJ, in part so they'll get archived offline with the rest of my LJ posts (ljArchive is a nice little tool), but largely so that all my online journaling will be in one place. (Once I finish with Blogger, I'll move on to the Xanga I had.)

OH MY GOD DOING THIS SUCKS. I have to open up each Blogger post-in-edit-mode in it's own tab in order to copypaste it over (because I'm not going in and hand-inserting italics tags and so on if I copypasted from the blog itself), but also have the blog open since the edit windows don't show the date of the post anywhere obvious, nor the time, and I need to properly backdate these things.

Plus, I have to do a month of posts at once or else I'll never remember where I left off, which means doing this SO MANY TIMES IN A ROW. I posted at an incredible rate back then compared to what I do now, and so much of it was UNIMPORTANT SHIT. There's a reason I have a "why I regret importing everything" tag, and it's only going to see more use as I go on. At least the frequency with which I have to use the "gratuitous Japanese" tag is going down already, and I'm only five months into a good few years worth of posts. (Thankfully, I do have a dead spell in early college, and I don't get back up to my ridiculous posting frequency until after I already was on LJ. Less thankfully, that ridiculous posting frequency continues past where I've imported to for some time.)

Did I mention I started this importing old posts project in 2008? Yeah. Still going to finish... someday. At least the "read through everything in one go" project that will follow will be significantly easier.

(Mostly I'm just making this post so everyone will go to my archives and lol over how ridiculous I was in 2001. Because oh god, was I.)
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I finally got back to importing entries from when I was on Blogger to this LJ, in part so they'll get archived offline with the rest of my LJ posts (ljArchive is a nice little tool), but largely so that all my online journaling will be in one place. (Once I finish with Blogger, I'll move on to the Xanga I had.)

OH MY GOD DOING THIS SUCKS. I have to open up each Blogger post-in-edit-mode in it's own tab in order to copypaste it over (because I'm not going in and hand-inserting italics tags and so on if I copypasted from the blog itself), but also have the blog open since the edit windows don't show the date of the post anywhere obvious, nor the time, and I need to properly backdate these things.

Plus, I have to do a month of posts at once or else I'll never remember where I left off, which means doing this SO MANY TIMES IN A ROW. I posted at an incredible rate back then compared to what I do now, and so much of it was UNIMPORTANT SHIT. There's a reason I have a "why I regret importing everything" tag, and it's only going to see more use as I go on. At least the frequency with which I have to use the "gratuitous Japanese" tag is going down already, and I'm only five months into a good few years worth of posts. (Thankfully, I do have a dead spell in early college, and I don't get back up to my ridiculous posting frequency until after I already was on LJ. Less thankfully, that ridiculous posting frequency continues past where I've imported to for some time.)

Did I mention I started this importing old posts project in 2008? Yeah. Still going to finish... someday. At least the "read through everything in one go" project that will follow will be significantly easier.

(Mostly I'm just making this post so everyone will go to my archives and lol over how ridiculous I was in 2001. Because oh god, was I.)
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I just spent around half an hour copypasting and backdating my blogger posts from September of 2001. Check it out!

There are some posts in there labelled "AngelAnne". Blogger allows for collaborative blogs, and we were internet friendsies in the way only middle/high schoolers on the outer rim of fandom can be. Anne also happens to be [livejournal.com profile] evil_authoress. I asked before copying her posts, of course. (A while ago - this is a very slow project...)
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I just spent around half an hour copypasting and backdating my blogger posts from September of 2001. Check it out!

There are some posts in there labelled "AngelAnne". Blogger allows for collaborative blogs, and we were internet friendsies in the way only middle/high schoolers on the outer rim of fandom can be. Anne also happens to be [livejournal.com profile] evil_authoress. I asked before copying her posts, of course. (A while ago - this is a very slow project...)
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So, I have this old Xanga that I wound up leaving for LJ, and sometimes I like to read through the old posts and see how... not the same I was back then (It starts a bit after I started college, I think.)

And then there's my old Blogger journal that I started my sophomore year of high school, though I kinda forgot about it a lot while I was a senior.

Who's up for me using spare time to back-date those entries here? I'd even tag them with the source and so on and maybe even just generally tag my entries?

(I probably won't start until winter break though, if I do this.)
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So, I have this old Xanga that I wound up leaving for LJ, and sometimes I like to read through the old posts and see how... not the same I was back then (It starts a bit after I started college, I think.)

And then there's my old Blogger journal that I started my sophomore year of high school, though I kinda forgot about it a lot while I was a senior.

Who's up for me using spare time to back-date those entries here? I'd even tag them with the source and so on and maybe even just generally tag my entries?

(I probably won't start until winter break though, if I do this.)

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Dec. 31st, 2001 11:24 am
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Hee! There's been a 666th visitor to the blog since I installed the counter. **Points to bottom of page**

Semi-pointless Post Count: 1

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Dec. 31st, 2001 11:24 am
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Hee! There's been a 666th visitor to the blog since I installed the counter. **Points to bottom of page**

Semi-pointless Post Count: 1

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Dec. 30th, 2001 09:38 pm
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What Video Game Character Are You? I am Mr Do.I am Mr Do.


I am sedentary by nature, enjoying passive entertainment, eating when the mood takes me, and playing with my food. I try to avoid conflict, but when I'm angered, I can be a devil - if you force me to fight, I will crush you. With apples. What Video Game Character Are You?

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Dec. 30th, 2001 09:38 pm
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What Video Game Character Are You? I am Mr Do.I am Mr Do.


I am sedentary by nature, enjoying passive entertainment, eating when the mood takes me, and playing with my food. I try to avoid conflict, but when I'm angered, I can be a devil - if you force me to fight, I will crush you. With apples. What Video Game Character Are You?

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Dec. 30th, 2001 08:30 pm
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Sorry for not saying anything recently, but I was forced on a family "vacation," a trip up to my grandmother's house where there's no computer, cable, or anything I use for amusement at home except for an organ which doesn't have the range neccisary to play all of the music I brought.

It wasn't very fun.

Then, at church Saturday, the preacher pissed me off. Horribly. He was talking about family. HE satrted by rattling off a list of "bad" kinds of families. Single-parent families, families where the parents divorced, etc. Then the big offense: "So-called "families" with same-sex partners."

I wanted to kick the crap out of him right then and there, but I have enough common sense not to. He went on, saying the only "good" family is a family modeled after the "holy" family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. Despite the fact that not much is really known about them. Joseph doesn't even say anything in the Bible! There's even some bits of proof that Jesus had siblings!

Then, I was reminded of my main reason for not wantig to be a part of the Roman Catholic religion. "Consider not what we deserve, but forgive us our sins."

How fucking pretentious is that? That's Roman Catholisism in a nutshell. Yes, there are good parts, life morals and results of belief in a supreme deity, but teh religion is so fucking self-centered I want to puke!

/rant

I have an odd dream to tell you about tomorrow.

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Dec. 30th, 2001 08:30 pm
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Sorry for not saying anything recently, but I was forced on a family "vacation," a trip up to my grandmother's house where there's no computer, cable, or anything I use for amusement at home except for an organ which doesn't have the range neccisary to play all of the music I brought.

It wasn't very fun.

Then, at church Saturday, the preacher pissed me off. Horribly. He was talking about family. HE satrted by rattling off a list of "bad" kinds of families. Single-parent families, families where the parents divorced, etc. Then the big offense: "So-called "families" with same-sex partners."

I wanted to kick the crap out of him right then and there, but I have enough common sense not to. He went on, saying the only "good" family is a family modeled after the "holy" family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. Despite the fact that not much is really known about them. Joseph doesn't even say anything in the Bible! There's even some bits of proof that Jesus had siblings!

Then, I was reminded of my main reason for not wantig to be a part of the Roman Catholic religion. "Consider not what we deserve, but forgive us our sins."

How fucking pretentious is that? That's Roman Catholisism in a nutshell. Yes, there are good parts, life morals and results of belief in a supreme deity, but teh religion is so fucking self-centered I want to puke!

/rant

I have an odd dream to tell you about tomorrow.
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Doo bee doo bee doo...

Ochan is HOME! ^____^ Welcome back, I missed you! Erk, I heard about all that lake-effect snow. Oo;; 12 hour car ride, oy vey. **props you up on a pillow with Mitaclone** Relax, O-stud!

Okay, so what better place than here to plug a fanfic? Spirit, MDBN lady supreme, has started a Shitennou (or Four Generals, if you don't know the term) called Peppermint Storm. See it here. Anycrap, I have taken it upon myself to write her an exclusive fanfic for her site. I called it Tankyuu, the Japanese word for "quest". There is a little swearing, and mild violence to come, and it's semi-AU. If you overlook all that, I think you'll enjoy it. ^_^ [/end plug]
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Doo bee doo bee doo...

Ochan is HOME! ^____^ Welcome back, I missed you! Erk, I heard about all that lake-effect snow. Oo;; 12 hour car ride, oy vey. **props you up on a pillow with Mitaclone** Relax, O-stud!

Okay, so what better place than here to plug a fanfic? Spirit, MDBN lady supreme, has started a Shitennou (or Four Generals, if you don't know the term) called Peppermint Storm. See it here. Anycrap, I have taken it upon myself to write her an exclusive fanfic for her site. I called it Tankyuu, the Japanese word for "quest". There is a little swearing, and mild violence to come, and it's semi-AU. If you overlook all that, I think you'll enjoy it. ^_^ [/end plug]
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I. Hate. The. Flu.

I hate it even more when I have it. x__x; Lucky me, I get the FLU on Christmas. I've spent my first week of Winter Break trying to barf (or not to barf, I suppose), and trying to eat. The biggest meal I had was yesterday: a few Ritz crackers, a bagel, a banana, and a cup of flat 7-Up. w00t.

However, if you overlook that little illness thing, I had a very happy Xmas. If you frequent AE, you already know what I got in the way of gifts. If you don't, I won't flaunt it in your face. However, I will say this: I recieved a scanner THAT WORKS. This being a concept that is nearly unheard of in my house (my printer/scanner is crap), I was thrilled. Not only because it works, but because it was a HUGE surprise. ^_^ Score one for my grandparents.

Out of sympathy, Mother rented me some movies:
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Gunslinger (JOEL! Not Mike, Joel! Yes! Hahaha! XD Not that I have anything against Mike, really, I don't, but...)
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Manos - Hands of Fate (Haven't seen this one yet; though I HAVE seen Gunslinger.)
Shrek (No, I HAVEN'T seen it yet. I don't get out much, okay?)
An American President (What can I say? I have a soft spot for Aaron Sorkin and Martin Sheen.)

Quote of the Day:
"I'd personally send it [an Utena lemon with Miki and Shiori, written by me hypothetically] to the The Satellite of Revolution." ~Spirit-hime, MDBN lady and awesome friend! ^_^
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I. Hate. The. Flu.

I hate it even more when I have it. x__x; Lucky me, I get the FLU on Christmas. I've spent my first week of Winter Break trying to barf (or not to barf, I suppose), and trying to eat. The biggest meal I had was yesterday: a few Ritz crackers, a bagel, a banana, and a cup of flat 7-Up. w00t.

However, if you overlook that little illness thing, I had a very happy Xmas. If you frequent AE, you already know what I got in the way of gifts. If you don't, I won't flaunt it in your face. However, I will say this: I recieved a scanner THAT WORKS. This being a concept that is nearly unheard of in my house (my printer/scanner is crap), I was thrilled. Not only because it works, but because it was a HUGE surprise. ^_^ Score one for my grandparents.

Out of sympathy, Mother rented me some movies:
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Gunslinger (JOEL! Not Mike, Joel! Yes! Hahaha! XD Not that I have anything against Mike, really, I don't, but...)
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Manos - Hands of Fate (Haven't seen this one yet; though I HAVE seen Gunslinger.)
Shrek (No, I HAVEN'T seen it yet. I don't get out much, okay?)
An American President (What can I say? I have a soft spot for Aaron Sorkin and Martin Sheen.)

Quote of the Day:
"I'd personally send it [an Utena lemon with Miki and Shiori, written by me hypothetically] to the The Satellite of Revolution." ~Spirit-hime, MDBN lady and awesome friend! ^_^

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Dec. 24th, 2001 10:28 am
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Hee! Squirrels!



Quote of the Day:

"I'd be crushing on her (Natalie Imbruglia) if I weren't gay." - Me, to Elusion.

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Dec. 24th, 2001 10:28 am
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Hee! Squirrels!



Quote of the Day:

"I'd be crushing on her (Natalie Imbruglia) if I weren't gay." - Me, to Elusion.

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Dec. 24th, 2001 10:15 am
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I was talking to Elusion last night, and we got to talking about how NATALIE IMBRUGLIA ROCKS MY WORLD!!!!!!!!!! And his, somewhat.

And guess what? She's finally making a second CD!

**Dies**

If it's not released here in America, I'm going to kick all the record company execs who decided not to, then get it by was of Elusion. It probably won't happen that that'd be neccisary, but you never know.

By the way, if you hate Natalie because of "Torn," skip that track and listen to the rest of her CD. It's all good music, unlike most new releases which are a couple good songs and a ton of crap. "Smoke" is the greatest song ever, followed by "Here Comes the Rain Again" by the Eurythmics (Also great music-makers) and "Impressed," also by Natalie. "Smoke" is thoroughly un-"Torn." "Torn" is almost pop. "Smoke" is quasi-depressing and I sense some subtext about child abuse, though I might be wrong.

"Impressed" is half a step away from techno. The other day, band period was a study hall, so I brought my CD plaer and that CD, and had people try to guess who's CD it was by having them listen to "Impressed." Nobody guessed right, and everybody was surprised. 'Specially the girl who used to listen to the CD all the time. Then she said she usually stopped about track 6. **Kills girl for not listening to the whole CD**

And she's making a new CD! **Dies** (Yes, I know I told you that already, I'm just really excited.)

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Dec. 24th, 2001 10:15 am
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I was talking to Elusion last night, and we got to talking about how NATALIE IMBRUGLIA ROCKS MY WORLD!!!!!!!!!! And his, somewhat.

And guess what? She's finally making a second CD!

**Dies**

If it's not released here in America, I'm going to kick all the record company execs who decided not to, then get it by was of Elusion. It probably won't happen that that'd be neccisary, but you never know.

By the way, if you hate Natalie because of "Torn," skip that track and listen to the rest of her CD. It's all good music, unlike most new releases which are a couple good songs and a ton of crap. "Smoke" is the greatest song ever, followed by "Here Comes the Rain Again" by the Eurythmics (Also great music-makers) and "Impressed," also by Natalie. "Smoke" is thoroughly un-"Torn." "Torn" is almost pop. "Smoke" is quasi-depressing and I sense some subtext about child abuse, though I might be wrong.

"Impressed" is half a step away from techno. The other day, band period was a study hall, so I brought my CD plaer and that CD, and had people try to guess who's CD it was by having them listen to "Impressed." Nobody guessed right, and everybody was surprised. 'Specially the girl who used to listen to the CD all the time. Then she said she usually stopped about track 6. **Kills girl for not listening to the whole CD**

And she's making a new CD! **Dies** (Yes, I know I told you that already, I'm just really excited.)

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