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April 29th, 2008

08:18 pm - Imperfection
 Segment from Voyager yet again.

In this scene Seven of Nine is asking B'Elanna Torres about the afterlife.

[Engineering - upper level]

TORRES: He's looking for you. The Doctor, I ran into him in the corridor. He's about thirty seconds away from calling a ship-wide alert.
SEVEN: Are you going to tell him where I am?
TORRES: No. I know what it's like to be stuck in Sickbay. I've escaped the Doctor myself once or twice.
SEVEN: Thank you.
TORRES: Any time.
SEVEN: Lieutenant. When you die, do you believe your spirit will go to Sto-Vo-Kor?
TORRES: You shouldn't be thinking about dying.
SEVEN: According to the Doctor's simulations any attempt to adapt the salvaged node will fail. [Pause] Sto-Vo-Kor, Lieutenant. Do you believe you'll go there?
TORRES: I guess it all depends on how honorable my death is.
SEVEN: But you do believe there's something after death?
TORRES: I hope so. What about you?
SEVEN: The Borg have no concept of an afterlife. However, when a drone is deactivated, its memories continue to reside in the Collective's consciousness. As long as the hive exists, so will the part of that drone.
TORRES: You don't seem to take much comfort in that.
SEVEN: My link to the Collective has been severed for nearly four years. If I die, everything that I've accomplished in that time, everything I achieved as an individual, will be lost. My memories, my experiences. It will be as if they, as if I never existed.
TORRES: I think you're a little more memorable than you're giving yourself credit for. You don't need the Collective to validate your existence. You've made an impact on every member of this crew. That's your legacy.
EMH: There you are. I should have known she'd be the one to harbor a fugitive.
TORRES: We difficult patients need to stick together.
EMH: I want you to return to Sickbay immediately.
SEVEN: Have you devised a new treatment?
EMH: Not yet.
SEVEN: Then it's best that I don't distract you from finding one.
EMH: Seven, if you continue to exert yourself your condition will only deteriorate more rapidly. Is that what you want?
SEVEN: What I want is to be useful.
TORRES: I really could use her help. I promise not to let her overdo it.
EMH: You can stay, provided you wear this cortical monitor.
SEVEN: Thank you.

That is all.

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March 11th, 2007

12:33 am - 300

That...movie...was...FUCKIN-AWESOME (I wonder if that's where "fuckin' A" comes from)! lol, yeah I really liked it a lot. That movie made me smile ^_^ . Words can't even describe how I feel about the movie right now.

There were slight exaggerations here and there, but the Spartan attitude, behavior, fighting, were - in my opinion - historically accurate. Especially when a Spartan woman said "come back with your shield, or on it." Spartan women encouraged the men to fight to the death - and Spartan men should come back with victory, or their bodies should be carried back on their shields. Her words were the exact same words my Western Civ. professor used. Then there's also the narration. Everything the narrator was saying was all historically - textbook - accurate.

Loved the costume designs. Especially the Immortals, who looked a lot like Persian ninjas. Excellent set designs. Special effects and CGs were very well integrated. Just the right amount of emotion to show just how dedicated the Spartans were towards what they were fighting for. Those actors must have had to workout a lot to look as ripped as they did for the movie. Make-up artists - many kudos to them. They did an amazing job on all the actors. Battle wounds, lifelong scars, making the bodies look very stressed, hideous deformities in various characters - absolutely amazing job.

Such an excellent movie. Well, that is all. Later.

Current Mood: happyhappy

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March 4th, 2007

02:16 pm - Yet Another Star Trek Personality Test

Take the Star Trek Quiz

Harry Kim

You are a bit naive, but full of energy and potential. Your optimism and good will are what make you likable to your peers.

You have a tendency to become obsessed with unattainable members of the opposite sex.

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February 11th, 2007

09:07 pm - Star Trek Personality Test
Your results:
You are Geordi LaForge
Geordi LaForge
An Expendable Character (Redshirt)
Beverly Crusher
Leonard McCoy (Bones)
Mr. Sulu
Will Riker
Deanna Troi
James T. Kirk (Captain)
Mr. Scott
Jean-Luc Picard
You work well with others and often
fix problems quickly. Your romantic
relationships are often bungled.

Click here to take the Star Trek Personality Test

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Current Mood: boredbored

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December 8th, 2006

09:03 am - Seduction Style

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Current Mood: awakeawake

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November 18th, 2006

12:15 pm - What Dragon Species Are You?
What dragon species are you? (Stunning pics)


Ultimate Elemental Dragon
You are the true ultimate dragon. You have the powers of all the other elemental dragons. You control everything and have interests in every part. for example the fire dragon loves things to do with fire whereas you like fire, water, lightning etc etc. You are considered dragon royalty.(NOTE: THIS DRAGON WAS HAND DRAWN BY ME)
Take The Quiz Now!Quizzes by myYearbook.com

Well, so much for stunning pics - I get a hand drawn.
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Current Mood: boredbored

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November 8th, 2006

10:33 am - ZOMG

Ok, so, I've noticed this acronym being used a lot over the last few years. I know what OMG means. But I wanted to know what ZOMG means. I guess you all know what I did next. That's right, I researched it. I managed to find not one, but quite a few meanings and origins of this acronym.

1. The first one, and probably the most common one is that ZOMG is nothing more than a variation on OMG. The Z does not stand for anything.

2. It is generally used in a sarcastic manner, more often than not a humiliating fashion. It is also used as a device for stating the obvious.

3. ZOMG originated from the imageboard 4chan.org and one of it's members Zardoz.

4. The "z" was originally a mistake while attempting to hit the shift key with the left hand, and type "OMG"

5. Used to either make fun of people who say OMG and LOL, or express Over-excitement. ZOMG originated as a typo of OMGZ (Oh my Godz) being said too fast and having the Z be put first.

6. How thirty-year-olds that live with their moms say OMG

7. It is a a version of omg that mocks it, being that you can accidentaly hit the z key when trying to hit the left shift key for OMG, from there it developed into an acronym to mock the entire online/l33t language

8. The more cool way of saying OMG or OMFG. It just sounds better if you use it in a real life conversation. Can be said as Zee-o-em-ge or Z-om-guh.

9. Comes from omg; however, players in world of warcraft got tired screaming omg (o-m-g) thus the "z" appeared making the world of warcraft players very happy: zoh-my-god!!!

10. An expression of extreme shock, surprise or sarcasm used primarily in internet or Romanized 1337 speak.

13. A social experiment started by Matthew Milan (Rick_Feynman) and James Curbo (hannibal)in January 2003 to explore methods of speading and popularizing internet memes. It was also a mocking jab at people who practiced "leet-speak".
Originally meant to be a more intense version of 'OMG' - who knows what it means now.
Originally 'launched' in two places, the Toronto Raptors Usenet Group and the Raspberry Heaven Direct Connect hub. From there it spread into the anime fan-subbing community, the Something Awful forums and the 4-chan Image Boards.

14. Coming from starcraft where people used to say ''Zergling rush omg!'' and turned into ZOMG because people are just really really lazy.

15. OMG, but in zombie form

16. a ZIT!!!!!!!oh my god!

So there you have it. The meaning and origin behind ZOMG.

Ok, well that's it for now. Thanks for reading.

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October 16th, 2006

02:09 pm - Sex Business Card

 Louis Kwok 
 Expensive Gigolo 
'What will your sex business card say?'

Current Location: Work
Current Mood: boredbored
Current Music: "White Destiny" by Shela

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October 6th, 2006

11:03 am - Derogatory Slang

1. old iron, glass, paper, or other waste that may be used again in some form; secondhand, worn, or discarded articles; clutter
2. something of poor quality; trash
3. something of little meaning, worth, or significance

Junk is also the slang term for the male genitalias

The female equivalent...

There is no female equivalent of "junk"
I have searched all over the place and found no equivalent. "Junk" is strictly meant for male genitals alone. But with all the derogative slang terms for the vulva already, there really shouldn't be a need for an equivalent to "junk." However, if some of you really want to know an equivalent, the closest one I can give you is ... "vagabond" - a person who has potential but is utterly useless.
Here's the list I got that from if you wanna check for one that's closer to "junk."

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September 13th, 2006

11:44 pm - Don't Call My Cell Phone
Hey everybody.

Starting tomorrow I will not have my cell phone 'til Monday. So if you need to get in touch with me, call my house phone, IM me, leave me a message or comment on myspace or facebook, or email me.

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