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This trip sponsored by McDonald's iced coffee.

After my travels to the taxing hellhole that is Massachusetts, I had to get more liberty and freedom, so I drove to Texas.

A continuation of my previous diary.

Inside: I destroy a racist hat.


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Print Story It's like Star Wars, as told from the POV of Leia.
Wizards and Hobbits
By georgeha (Wed Sep 01, 2010 at 09:14:22 AM EST) pagan feminazis, weddings, baseball (all tags)
aka The Mists of Avalon.

Plus The Last Stand, The Thousand Mile War, the Haunting of Molly Hartley, Paratrooper, Xenocide, internet glasses, Weddings, the secret to enjoying baseball and less in this unusual Wednesday diary!

Poll: Favorite thing in the Arthurian mythos?


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Print Story Wear Like You Care
Educashun
By Gedvondur (Thu Jan 29, 2009 at 01:06:27 PM EST) rants, what to wear, clothes, work, funerals, weddings (all tags)
A few tips and a minor rant on proper attire for events, with an emphasis on funerals. (mostly for men)

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Print Story We tried to do it secretly
Diary
By blixco (Wed Jul 26, 2006 at 04:12:38 AM EST) weddings, wedding planning, wedding guide, HOWTO (all tags)
so no one would see.

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Print Story What if they gave an election and nobody came?
Politics
By aphrael (Thu Jun 08, 2006 at 02:35:59 PM EST) elections, politics, boredom, tuxes, weddings, marriage, fraud (all tags)
I had a hard time figuring out how to vote in this election; harder than most. It's not that there were no choices to be made -- the Democracy represented by Phil Angelides is somewhat enormously different than the Democracy represented by Steve Westly, for example -- but I could never summon the energy to care enough to investigate those differences, or opine about them. Some of it is that I spent the last two weeks of May working hard, being a bridesmaid, and fighting off the evils of strep throat; but the interest had been small before those weeks, and never revived with my health. Nor was it just me; turnout in this election was the lowest since 1920.

The most boring election in modern times yielded the lowest turnout in modern times.

[Inside: a picture of me in a tux!]


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Print Story Brilliant!
Photos
By stark (Thu Jul 28, 2005 at 10:48:18 PM EST) edinburgh, weddings, beer, vomit, sudoku, hacked, photos, photo (all tags)
In't work brilliant?! You can, like, wake up early, get on a train, an' everything! Then you get to big office block with no windows, and spend all day typing away with people shouting at you!

Brilliant!

Inside: Weddings, vomiting, being hacked, photo of the day


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