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Confessions of a Futon Revolutionist

I am a faulty string of blue christmas lights.

Name:
beatgirl
Birthdate:
6 February 1979


Please ask before you friend me: leave a comment, say hi, SAY SOMETHING. If you don't ask and randomly appear on my profile page as a friend, I won't add you back because I don't know who the heck you are.

I'm funny sometimes. I hope I'm smart. I like to read. I'm Polish. I'm Irish. I'm a dash of Jewish. I'm American but wish I lived in Europe. I'm a liberal. I like books. I like intellectual freedom. I like birth control. I drive a nice, fuel-efficient Toyota Corolla that gets 40 miles to the gallon. I like the environment. I like recycling. I like trees and nature and hate strip malls. I don't have a problem with gay marriage. I don't like war. I don't like Bush, but I don't judge him just based on his party. I would consider voting for a Republican if it was the right person. I am pro-choice. I don't believe that abortion should be used as a means of birth control. Children aren't my cup of tea, I'd rather just have my dog. I like good coffee and even better beer. I love summer and sangria. I hate winter. I love New England. I hate Ohio. I miss Michigan.

I also think that you should adopt your next pet. I don't want to go all "Bob Barker" on you, but there are too many good furthings out there that are needlessly being killed.
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"I really didn't realize the librarians were, you know, such a dangerous group. ... You think they're just sitting at the desk, all quiet and
everything. They're like plotting the revolution, man. I wouldn't mess with them."

- Michael Moore


"People become librarians because they know too much. Their knowledge extends beyond mere categories. They cannot be confined to disciplines. Librarians are all-knowing and all-seeing. They bring order to chaos. They bring wisdom and culture to the masses. They preserve every aspect of human knowledge. Librarians rule. And they will kick the crap out of anyone who says otherwise."
-Erica Olsen, Librarian

The WeatherPixie

i'm in ravenclaw!

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