oh, it's what you do to me...

he's just not that into you...
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so I need the space to be as honest as I can with myself and record my feelings and stuff without judgements or having people who arent trust worthy knowing my every move or the thoughts that are my most personal. so yeah, sorry to those who find themselves among this list of people, you have to understand the degree of intimacy this journal documents and respect that if something happens that you should know about--i will tell you.

you fill this out :D
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11. Do we know each other outside of Livejournal?
12. Would you give me a kidney?
13. Tell me one odd/interesting fact about you:
14. If you could change anything about your current life, what would it be?
15. Will you post this so I can fill it out for you?
16. Post a picture of you:

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portishead is perhaps the most beautiful music ever to exist.
when I grow up and have furniture upholstered in deep green and deep red velvet and the wooden statues of naked people from ptown. I will burn incense and play portishead in the evenings and wear a slip dress, drink tea and enjoy life with my little dog.

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Tupac was a feminist.
I want to write a heavily analysing his writing, songs, actions, history arguing that he is, in fact a feminist icon and above all a feminist or simply a feminist sympathizer. "Keep Ya Head Up" is a feminist anthem for the third wave, I truly believe this. Sure there was objectification of women but thats part of society and I will explore his videos and the director's previous/future videos. I could additionally just explore feminism within rap music, I mean I could do the obvious question whether the average female rappers are empowering women or being further exploited by a society that pushes the idea of Black women as sexually lascivious, a stereotype built on victorian ideals. Of look at Snoop Dogg's participation in the lesbian/woman friendly television series the L Word which has had cameos by such well known feminists as Gloria Steinem and others. However this might be too broad and exploring Tupac as an individual who may or not realized himself as a feminist.
This would be going against the very idea that all rap is detrimental to feminism and explore men's participation in feminism.

Anyone think this is a worth while idea?
bogus?
interesting?
would you read it?

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If you Comment on this post:

1. I’ll respond with something random about you
2. I’ll challenge you to try something
3. I’ll pick a color that I associate with you
4. I’ll tell you something I like about you
5. I’ll tell you my first/clearest memory of you
6. I’ll tell you what animal you remind me of
7. I’ll ask you something I’ve always wanted to ask you
8. If I do this for you, you must post this on yours

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I have made this journal "friends only" due to the personal content. If you would like to be added, comment and I will add you.
But be prepared to read alot of stuff that I refuse to censor about my life and what's going on with it.
Thanks!
Nif!

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april_in_paris
Right now I look like this:

roomie, kim, i

Poll #724310 Nif's Hair

Length?

Keep growing
4(66.7%)
Pixie cut
1(16.7%)
Short Shag
1(16.7%)
Dont lose any length but reshape it (reply with pic)
0(0.0%)
keep bangs long
0(0.0%)
do something edgey with bangs
0(0.0%)

to dye or not to dye

dye hair chestnut brown and darken eye brows
3(50.0%)
dye hair orange-y red
1(16.7%)
burgundy red
1(16.7%)
light auburn/dark blonde
0(0.0%)

body wave?

yes
2(33.3%)
no
4(66.7%)

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do this its really funny!

http://www.yoursexiq.com/questions.php?id=37726

Kimya Dawson
april_in_paris
Loose lips might sink ships but loose gooses take trips
To San Francisco, double Dutch disco
Tech TV hottie, do it for Scotty
Do it for the living and do it for the dead
Do it for the monsters under your bed
Do it for the teenagers and do it for your mom
Broken hearts hurt but they make us strong and

We won't stop until somebody calls the cops
And even then we'll start again and just pretend that
Nothing ever happened

We won't stop until somebody calls the cops
And even then we'll start again and just pretend that
Nothing ever happened

We're just dancing, we're just hugging,
Singing, screaming, kissing, tugging
On the sleeve of how it used to be
How's it gonna be?
I'll drop kick Russell Stover, move into the starting over house
And know Matt Rouse and Jest are watching me achieve my dreams

And we'll pray, all damn day, every day,
That all this shit our president has got us in will go away
While we strive to figure out a way we can survive
These trying times without losing our minds

So if you wanna burn yourself remember that I love you
And if you wanna cut yourself remember that I love you
And if you wanna kill yourself remember that I love you
Call me up before your dead, we can make some plans instead
Send me an IM, I'll be your friend


Shysters live from scheme to scheme and my 4th quarter pipe dreams
Are seeming more and more worth fighting for
So I'll curate some situations, make my job a big vacation
And I'll say Fuck Bush and Fuck This War

My war paint is sharpie ink and I'll show you how much my shit stinks
And ask you what you think because your thoughts and words are powerful
They think we're disposable, well both my thumbs opposable
Are spelled out on a double word and triple letter score


We won't stop until somebody calls the cops
And even then we'll start again and just pretend that
Nothing ever happened

We won't stop until somebody calls the cops
And even then we'll start again and just pretend that
Nothing ever happened

We're just dancing, we're just hugging
Singing, screaming, kissing, tugging
On the sleeve of how it used to be

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