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(no subject) [Jun. 19th, 2005|10:34 pm]
I don't suppose they are any 'hackers' we know up to punishing these twits...nah I don't know anyone who could do that ?
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(no subject) [Jun. 19th, 2005|10:31 pm]
I recieved the following message after voting yes.

"Because those voting 'Yes' began flooding this site with fradulent votes, voting on the National Marriage Referendum has been temporarily suspended.

Click here to go back.

This site maintained by the Defend Marriage Project of United Families Canada."

crap...well I expect I'll get hate mail now from these fuckers... sorry folks. do what you will !
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gay marriage --informal referendum [Jun. 19th, 2005|10:24 pm]
an informal referendum group, that is nonetheless still looked at by politicans for its indications of public support has a (pseudo) referendum vote up on bill c-38. the question is should bill c-38 pass ? The no vote is unfortunatley quite far ahead at rough 70,000 against the bill to approx 26,000 for. I figure that church groups must be voting en-mass.

anyways here's the url, you have to provide a bit of info (nothing drastic) to show your not some made up dude before you vote. I expect most of my friends will want to look at this (canadians only sorry).

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(no subject) [Apr. 15th, 2005|08:45 pm]
finaly finished the DVD burn and the wide screen came out great. The orignial file was unfortunalty not the best rez I could hope for, but it's pretty watchable.

So European Deviltry night is on in full!. I decided against advertising in the coffee shops etc. This is pretty much strictly friends. so all of you reading this + some emails, a phone call and some word of mouth.

to recap. Wide screen Diabolik at 8pm followed by Jan Svankmajers Faust (which is based on Marlowes version plus some damn cool puppet stuff) plus bring a food or beverage item to share and I'll be thrilled to hear of a popcorn popper or port microwave.

if this goes well, I promise I have even wierder sh*t in the vaults
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(no subject) [Apr. 14th, 2005|10:30 pm]
so. big resounding lack of interest in european deviltry night from the LJ crowd. Blah. assuming I get the dvd's to work, I guess I'll be happy with a 'small' group of friends.

anyhoo on the good news front..

Banana Bread!!!
yay... I went to the shoppers drug mart to pick up my parcel of BB. Yum! it's gone already to my belly. Thank you Sadie!

I resolve to enjoy strange acts of mailage since possable rising cost of oil to $100 US/barrel (shipping) and beaucratic fumblings over power (phasing out of power by 07 won't be matched by new plants to a deficet of some 800MW)(casual baking) will probably led to such things being impossable in five years or so.

I don't think the world will end, just that things will get slower, harder and more expensive over time (oh yah and we'll make less. this is just the slow pull of the standard of living of canada to match the rest of the world and it will suck for a lot of people. with a few exceptions on the higher end of the scale) bleh.

I guess I'm noticed this a bit less since most of my friends are dirt poor, ride bikes and are into wierd communial stuff. sigh.

alas my plan to escape to Japan has been stymied (again) but they are making their own share of woe (the fools..if only they had listened...)
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European Deviltry night?? [Apr. 14th, 2005|01:27 am]

thinking of screening these 2 film for free at the Modern Fuel gallery (before we have to give back the sound system)

(here's the raw text from the poster I'm working on for it)

European Deviltry Night at Modern Fuel ARC (21a Queen st)
Double Bill of
Mario Bava’s DIABOLIK (Italy 1967-wide screen)
Jan Svankmajer’s FAUST (Czechoslovakia 1994)
Saturday April 16 8pm -12pm
No Cover, Limited Seating (come early), please bring Drinks or Snacks to share (hey if you have a portable microwave…I’ll get popcorn)}

is anyone in LJ land interested in attending. (do you have a portable microwave ?) Let me know, if enough are maybe I'll just make a private screening of it ??
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(no subject) [Apr. 12th, 2005|12:20 am]
Thermin Music accompied by beats from a homemade DDR machine as performed on by a world class hacky sack player (or as it now called footbag).

I'm going at 8.30 tommorow night.
interested locals are welcome to met me at the campus Coffee and Company at 8.00 pm
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(no subject) [Apr. 8th, 2005|11:31 am]
You scored as Existentialism. Your life is guided by the concept of Existentialism: You choose the meaning and purpose of your life.

“Man is condemned to be free; because once thrown into the world, he is responsible for everything he does.”

“It is up to you to give [life] a meaning.”

--Jean-Paul Sartre

“It is man's natural sickness to believe that he possesses the Truth.”

--Blaise Pascal

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Justice (Fairness)




Strong Egoism




Divine Command


What philosophy do you follow? (v1.03)
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I've been found out... [Mar. 24th, 2005|11:38 pm]
Cthulhu's Heir
Your Mythos Knowledge score is 126!
"You know exactly what's going on, and because of this, you have no SAN left. You have seen the hidden messages in Lovecraft's letters, the secrets man was not meant to know, and you have given your soul freely to the Great Old Ones. In exchange, you will be eaten first, but it won't matter because you'll already be a mad, empty shell."

My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:

You scored higher than 97% on elderpoints
Link: The Lovecraft Mythos Test written by RevErik on Ok Cupid
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(no subject) [Mar. 20th, 2005|11:22 am]
[mood |amusedamused]

It &apos;s comforting to say that &apos;practice makes perfect&apos;....
You are 'Gregg shorthand'. Originally designed to
enable people to write faster, it is also very
useful for writing things which one does not
want other people to read, inasmuch as almost
no one knows shorthand any more.

You know how important it is to do things
efficiently and on time. You also value your
privacy, and (unlike some people) you do not
pretend to be friends with just everyone; that
would be ridiculous. When you do make friends,
you take them seriously, and faithfully keep
what they confide in you to yourself.
Unfortunately, the work which you do (which is
very important, of course) sometimes keeps you
away from social activities, and you are often
lonely. Your problem is that Gregg shorthand
has been obsolete for a long time.

What obsolete skill are you?
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