best IM conversation of the day.
2005-11-07 12:43:36 ET

SARCOPTES: just so you know - I've become disenchanted with a large most people in general. You and a few others are alright, so at the dawn of the coming apocalypse, when I release Cerberus onto the unsuspecting multitudes (after reuniting the rings of Hephaestus while reciting the ancient truths of the Morbium scrolls) I suppose I'll spare you - but that's more than most people will get
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CManley42: er....
CManley42: Sure.
CManley42: thanks?
SARCOPTES: You're welcome ;-)
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Wow. Someone summed up my personality in a sentance.
2005-11-03 08:10:28 ET

I write because although I am quite shy, I do crave attention...just not in person.
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2005-11-02 17:33:22 ET

1. Hinduism (100%)
2. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (89%)
3. Orthodox Quaker (86%)
4. Liberal Quakers (83%)
5. Seventh Day Adventist (82%)
6. Bahá'í Faith (81%)
7. Eastern Orthodox (81%)
8. Roman Catholic (81%)
9. Unitarian Universalism (80%)
10. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (72%)
11. Orthodox Judaism (72%)
12. Jainism (66%)
13. Sikhism (63%)
14. Mahayana Buddhism (62%)
15. Islam (56%)
16. Theravada Buddhism (55%)
17. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (53%)
18. Neo-Pagan (51%)
19. New Age (50%)
20. Reform Judaism (48%)
21. Jehovah's Witness (46%)
22. Secular Humanism (42%)
23. New Thought (41%)
24. Nontheist (37%)
25. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (37%)
26. Scientology (34%)
27. Taoism (33%)

Into The West
2005-11-02 16:25:18 ET

Sunset on an autumn day
mocking, mourning
longing, yearning
leaving us cold,
dark and alone
remembering what was
back then.

Sunset in the clouds
on a cold autumn evening
chills to the bone
glare off glass
sun off stone
to look into it blinds
but it stares us in the face
reminding us of what we've lost
what we're loosing

Red and purple clouds
wind-swept autumn night
seems the sun has cleared away
all that was left
of all that was

10/29/05 - Westbound Train @ 1st Baptist Church, Westfield, NJ
2005-10-30 18:43:22 ET

Definately $5 worth of fun.

Lots of kids dressed up for Skalloween, and some classic costumes, too -
I saw a hot dog, with two kids as ketchup and mustard, a toilet, an old man with a cane, and a toothpaste tube.
Also - I wore a new checkerd tie that I had bought at Spencers (don't laugh) a couple weeks ago. Well, let me tell you - it must be a new, hot item, cause I saw no less than 3 kids wearing it.
I was impressed and happy to see so many kids in suits or at least ties.
Maybe something will live on somewhere. Maybe.

The Boston boys gave me crap for not being in Allentown last week, but hey - what can you do?

the Miasmics were the first band I saw, and they opened with a cover of the BossTones' "Kinder Words," and (sadly) it was the best song of the set.

Long Shot Hero was pretty good. Never heard of them before, but they had a kind of Rancid meets Slackers meet Catch 22 sound to them.

Westbound didn't get to play all that much, but the hour they had was jammed-packed with new stuff, and had the room dancing. my favorite new songs are "Soul Revival," and "Seven ways to Sunday" - do you think they know about the BossToneS song of the same name? and I like how "Bigger things in mind" has become the new "Don't Cry."
What can I say - it's a good song!

so - 5 out of 5 for style
and 10 out of 15 for substance.

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