Reconciliation and Love

I real­ize that with some of the recent crap, some peo­ple may find my post about rec­on­cil­i­a­tions hyp­o­crit­i­cal. I’m a very pas­sion­ate per­son. I’m out­spo­ken, and I pre­fer to tell some­one exact­ly what I think instead of play­ing any games. Nobody has to won­der where they stand with me if we inter­act at all. I also […]

Ten Days of Repentance

The fol­low­ing is bor­rowed from sev­er­al love­ly peo­ple, who orig­i­nal­ly got it from xiphias. I’m not Jew­ish, but have per­mis­sion from xiphias to engage in cul­tur­al appro­pri­a­tion in this instance. “It’s the Ten Days of Repen­tance, the peri­od of time between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kip­pur when we go into over­drive to try to repair […]

Responses to the Ex-Wife

I’ve removed the two posts I made on 9/26 that quot­ed excerpts from mate­r­i­al that Sam’s ex-wife left on an old hard dri­ve of hers. She con­tact­ed LJ abuse and stat­ed that she owned the copy­right to those mate­ri­als, acknowl­edg­ing that they were indeed her words. That’s a legit­i­mate rea­son not to use the actual […]

Meds, School, Inspiration

Yay! I may be able to get one of my meds much more eas­i­ly before too long! No, I don’t have sleep apnea or shift work sleep dis­or­der (SWSD), but my psy­chi­a­trist could eas­i­ly jus­ti­fy SWSD in order to get me into the patient assis­tance pro­gram for the drug. She can’t real­ly say that I […]

You Know You’re Poly When…

You know you’re poly when… you’re wish­ing your part­ner had a local sweet­ie who could come be with him while you go to class, ’cause he isn’t feel­ing good. Y’all send sweet thoughts to sam­bear, okay? He’s nap­ping right now, though, so he won’t be answer­ing the phone.

Today’s First Real Post About My Life!

Well, okay, y’all prob­a­bly found the oth­er stuff more inter­est­ing. I’m still hav­ing lots of mus­cle spasms and pain and numb­ness, which is mak­ing it dif­fi­cult to type accu­rate­ly. That’s one rea­son you’ve been see­ing lots of cut-n-paste stuff. We had a delight­ful time with word­can­dlemage and curiousmay9 yes­ter­day. She spent the night but was […]

Nathaniel Branden on Happiness

noelfi­gart post­ed this to a com­mu­ni­ty ear­li­er. I was just going to post a link. Then I was just going to add a cou­ple of excerpt­ed lines. I kept find­ing more lines that need­ed to be there, though, so final­ly, I chose to post the whole damned thing and high­light a few bits. I’ll cut-tag […]

Even Obesity Specialists Are Biased Against the Obese

No sur­pris­es here for me: Even health pro­fes­sion­als who treat obe­si­ty are biased against over­weight patients From Yale Uni­ver­si­ty: New Haven, Conn. — Obe­si­ty spe­cial­ists from physi­cians and researchers to phar­ma­col­o­gists and psy­chol­o­gists, showed sig­nif­i­cant anti-fat bias accord­ing to a recent Yale study.  “The stig­ma of obe­si­ty is so strong that even those most knowl­edge­able about the […]

2004 Presidential Candidates

Fol­low­ing ideageek’s lead, I used SelectS­mart to check on how my views and the var­i­ous pres­i­den­tial can­di­dates match up. I was­n’t ter­ri­bly sur­prised: 1. Lib­er­tar­i­an Can­di­date (100%) Click here for info 2. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT — Demo­c­rat (68%) Click here for info There were oth­ers, of course, but I did­n’t both­er to copy them all down.

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