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 So, I finally, finally, noticed that link thing that tells me to switch to the "new" Friends pages, which a noticed many people complaining about and being angry about and writing rather long posts about how much they dislike it and why and comparing it to sites I've never been to.
And then I scrolled through it.
And so... what's the problem, again?
It's bigger. It's clearer. I can read it more easily. It's... how do I put this... more stretched along the page? With fewer distractions? Is that sense making? I don't know. I honestly an unable to find the problems.
You guys, what are the problems with the New LIveJournal Friends Pages?

Also, my writer block... stagntation? issues? make me cry. I am so stuck at the end of of this one chapter (20? 21? Fuck, I forget) in which the sympathetic villain and the central heroine are in a stalemate and I the writer want the villain to come across as Mentally Interesting Person Who Just Wants To Do The Right Thing And Needs The Help Of The Heroine Except That What He Wants Is To Destroy, Delete, And Reset Reality To His Liking. And a big big important note is that ALL my characters are Mentally Interesting. This is my substitute word for Crazy and Mentally Ill and Disabled. Something is... Not Typical about anyone in my novel. I do not actually come out and name any diagnosis because this is, what, the 2100s, and the DSM has probably evolved into a beast of a book that bites your hand if you get things wrong. Really, the only characters who are most fleshed out as Mentally Interesting/Crazy/Disabled are the Sympathetic Villain and the Central Heroine. Except there's a lot with the Sympathetic Villain. He is quite Delusional and psychotic... but is he a sociopath? A schizophrenic? A schizo-type? Obsessive-Compulsive Personality? Bipolar? Oh, who the fuck cares. He is who he is. And maybe that is part of why I am blocked? Must I give him a Thing with a Name? My Heroine has Severe General Anxiety and Major Depression and PTSD and Epilepsy and Obsessive-Compulsive and Sensory Processing Disorder, Attachment Issues, and and extremely mild Attachment Disorder conflicting with extremely mild Avoidant Disorder.
And now we come to the Why? Why, Joanna the Author, do you have to do this? Why do you want to do this? Why does this matter? What is the point?
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Hmm. I think that whenever something or someone upsets me from now on, it may be best for me to act a little like Pinkie Pie: Break into a deranged grin, say "Okie Dokie Wokie!" in a ridiculously cheerful voice, and bounce away singing "La la la la la!"
http://mlp.wikia.com/wiki/Pinkie_Pie
http://mlp.wikia.com/wiki/Feeling_Pinkie_Keen
I mean, really. In the end, it's sometimes better to laugh than cry, depending on the circumstances. In case I go insane. Wait. What if I'm already insane? Okay, then! More laughing, I guess.

Also, this is me, completely:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLeEBzf_x9Y (Fluttershy timidly cheers for Rainbow Dash)
And this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcUCjAzHoLc (Fluttershy's best moments)
Oh, and this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTwMqSzYVcA (Twilight Sparkle loses her strict studious sense of order and control and goes creepily insane)
brightrosefox: (Default)
Hmm. I think that whenever something or someone upsets me from now on, it may be best for me to act a little like Pinkie Pie: Break into a deranged grin, say "Okie Dokie Wokie!" in a ridiculously cheerful voice, and bounce away singing "La la la la la!"
http://mlp.wikia.com/wiki/Pinkie_Pie
http://mlp.wikia.com/wiki/Feeling_Pinkie_Keen
I mean, really. In the end, it's sometimes better to laugh than cry, depending on the circumstances. In case I go insane. Wait. What if I'm already insane? Okay, then! More laughing, I guess.

Also, this is me, completely:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLeEBzf_x9Y (Fluttershy timidly cheers for Rainbow Dash)
And this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcUCjAzHoLc (Fluttershy's best moments)
Oh, and this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTwMqSzYVcA (Twilight Sparkle loses her strict studious sense of order and control and goes creepily insane)
brightrosefox: (Default)
Hmm. I think that whenever something or someone upsets me from now on, it may be best for me to act a little like Pinkie Pie: Break into a deranged grin, say "Okie Dokie Wokie!" in a ridiculously cheerful voice, and bounce away singing "La la la la la!"
http://mlp.wikia.com/wiki/Pinkie_Pie
http://mlp.wikia.com/wiki/Feeling_Pinkie_Keen
I mean, really. In the end, it's sometimes better to laugh than cry, depending on the circumstances. In case I go insane. Wait. What if I'm already insane? Okay, then! More laughing, I guess.

Also, this is me, completely:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLeEBzf_x9Y (Fluttershy timidly cheers for Rainbow Dash)
And this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcUCjAzHoLc (Fluttershy's best moments)
Oh, and this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTwMqSzYVcA (Twilight Sparkle loses her strict studious sense of order and control and goes creepily insane)
brightrosefox: (Default)
Hmm. I think that whenever something or someone upsets me from now on, it may be best for me to act a little like Pinkie Pie: Break into a deranged grin, say "Okie Dokie Wokie!" in a ridiculously cheerful voice, and bounce away singing "La la la la la!"
http://mlp.wikia.com/wiki/Pinkie_Pie
http://mlp.wikia.com/wiki/Feeling_Pinkie_Keen
I mean, really. In the end, it's sometimes better to laugh than cry, depending on the circumstances. In case I go insane. Wait. What if I'm already insane? Okay, then! More laughing, I guess.

Also, this is me, completely:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLeEBzf_x9Y (Fluttershy timidly cheers for Rainbow Dash)
And this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcUCjAzHoLc (Fluttershy's best moments)
Oh, and this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTwMqSzYVcA (Twilight Sparkle loses her strict studious sense of order and control and goes creepily insane)

Purr

Dec. 13th, 2007 02:41 pm
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Your Score: The Cat


You scored 72% domestic, 33% gregarious, 17% trickster, and 52% intellect!



Domestic, Solitary, Serious, Intelectual: you are the Cat! Cat represents a balance of strength in both physical and spiritual, psychic and sensual powers, merging these two worlds into one. Curious, intelligent, and physically adept, cat people tend to live in a world all their own.

This test categorized you based on four different axes of personality, which were then associated with a different animal. The four axes, as well as all possible results are explained below.

Wild/Domestic: This first axis categorizes you based on how much you are drawn to the outdoors, versus how much you are drawn to civilized situations. Domesticity has many shapes and forms, and varies from the joy of dolphins leaping next to a ship to the steadfast loyalty of a family dog.

Gregarious/Solitary: This axis measures how solitary you are. If you scored high, it means that you enjoy the company of other people, while a low score indicates that you prefer a more solitary lifestyle.

Trickster/Serious: This axis measures how well you line up with conventional trickster archetypes. People who fall into this archetype have a sense of humor and an excitable, highly chaotic streak. Scoring low doesn't mean that you don't have a sense of humor; it just means that you probably don't think dynamite is very funny.

Intellectual/Emotional: This last axis determines whether you are more emotional -- acting based on feelings and instinct, or rational and intelectual -- acting more on thought than on your gut feelings.


Wild Gregarious Trickster Intellectual The Hyena
Wild Gregarious Trickster Emotional The Otter
Wild Gregarious Serious Intellectual The Antelope
Wild Gregarious Serious Emotional The Wolf
Wild Solitary Trickster Intellectual The Weasel
Wild Solitary Trickster Emotional The Coyote
Wild Solitary Serious Intellectual The Raven
Wild Solitary Serious Emotional The Frog
Domestic Gregarious Trickster Intellectual The Fox
Domestic Gregarious Trickster Emotional The Dolphin
Domestic Gregarious Serious Intellectual The Horse
Domestic Gregarious Serious Emotional The Dog
Domestic Solitary Trickster Intellectual The Rat
Domestic Solitary Trickster Emotional The Ferret
Domestic Solitary Serious Intellectual The Cat
Domestic Solitary Serious Emotional The Squirrel












Link: The Animal Archetype Test written by crumpetsfortea on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test

Purr

Dec. 13th, 2007 02:41 pm
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Your Score: The Cat


You scored 72% domestic, 33% gregarious, 17% trickster, and 52% intellect!



Domestic, Solitary, Serious, Intelectual: you are the Cat! Cat represents a balance of strength in both physical and spiritual, psychic and sensual powers, merging these two worlds into one. Curious, intelligent, and physically adept, cat people tend to live in a world all their own.

This test categorized you based on four different axes of personality, which were then associated with a different animal. The four axes, as well as all possible results are explained below.

Wild/Domestic: This first axis categorizes you based on how much you are drawn to the outdoors, versus how much you are drawn to civilized situations. Domesticity has many shapes and forms, and varies from the joy of dolphins leaping next to a ship to the steadfast loyalty of a family dog.

Gregarious/Solitary: This axis measures how solitary you are. If you scored high, it means that you enjoy the company of other people, while a low score indicates that you prefer a more solitary lifestyle.

Trickster/Serious: This axis measures how well you line up with conventional trickster archetypes. People who fall into this archetype have a sense of humor and an excitable, highly chaotic streak. Scoring low doesn't mean that you don't have a sense of humor; it just means that you probably don't think dynamite is very funny.

Intellectual/Emotional: This last axis determines whether you are more emotional -- acting based on feelings and instinct, or rational and intelectual -- acting more on thought than on your gut feelings.


Wild Gregarious Trickster Intellectual The Hyena
Wild Gregarious Trickster Emotional The Otter
Wild Gregarious Serious Intellectual The Antelope
Wild Gregarious Serious Emotional The Wolf
Wild Solitary Trickster Intellectual The Weasel
Wild Solitary Trickster Emotional The Coyote
Wild Solitary Serious Intellectual The Raven
Wild Solitary Serious Emotional The Frog
Domestic Gregarious Trickster Intellectual The Fox
Domestic Gregarious Trickster Emotional The Dolphin
Domestic Gregarious Serious Intellectual The Horse
Domestic Gregarious Serious Emotional The Dog
Domestic Solitary Trickster Intellectual The Rat
Domestic Solitary Trickster Emotional The Ferret
Domestic Solitary Serious Intellectual The Cat
Domestic Solitary Serious Emotional The Squirrel












Link: The Animal Archetype Test written by crumpetsfortea on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test

Purr

Dec. 13th, 2007 02:41 pm
brightrosefox: (Default)

Your Score: The Cat


You scored 72% domestic, 33% gregarious, 17% trickster, and 52% intellect!



Domestic, Solitary, Serious, Intelectual: you are the Cat! Cat represents a balance of strength in both physical and spiritual, psychic and sensual powers, merging these two worlds into one. Curious, intelligent, and physically adept, cat people tend to live in a world all their own.

This test categorized you based on four different axes of personality, which were then associated with a different animal. The four axes, as well as all possible results are explained below.

Wild/Domestic: This first axis categorizes you based on how much you are drawn to the outdoors, versus how much you are drawn to civilized situations. Domesticity has many shapes and forms, and varies from the joy of dolphins leaping next to a ship to the steadfast loyalty of a family dog.

Gregarious/Solitary: This axis measures how solitary you are. If you scored high, it means that you enjoy the company of other people, while a low score indicates that you prefer a more solitary lifestyle.

Trickster/Serious: This axis measures how well you line up with conventional trickster archetypes. People who fall into this archetype have a sense of humor and an excitable, highly chaotic streak. Scoring low doesn't mean that you don't have a sense of humor; it just means that you probably don't think dynamite is very funny.

Intellectual/Emotional: This last axis determines whether you are more emotional -- acting based on feelings and instinct, or rational and intelectual -- acting more on thought than on your gut feelings.


Wild Gregarious Trickster Intellectual The Hyena
Wild Gregarious Trickster Emotional The Otter
Wild Gregarious Serious Intellectual The Antelope
Wild Gregarious Serious Emotional The Wolf
Wild Solitary Trickster Intellectual The Weasel
Wild Solitary Trickster Emotional The Coyote
Wild Solitary Serious Intellectual The Raven
Wild Solitary Serious Emotional The Frog
Domestic Gregarious Trickster Intellectual The Fox
Domestic Gregarious Trickster Emotional The Dolphin
Domestic Gregarious Serious Intellectual The Horse
Domestic Gregarious Serious Emotional The Dog
Domestic Solitary Trickster Intellectual The Rat
Domestic Solitary Trickster Emotional The Ferret
Domestic Solitary Serious Intellectual The Cat
Domestic Solitary Serious Emotional The Squirrel












Link: The Animal Archetype Test written by crumpetsfortea on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test

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