Yes. I posted to the LiveJournal. ok?
today finds herself in a unique situation. Historically, revolutions are bloody. Oh, yes, they are. They haven’t never had a blood-less revolution, or a non-violent revolution. That don’t happen even in America . You don’t have a revolution in which you love your enemy, and you don’t have a revolution in which you are begging the system of exploitation to integrate you into it. Revolutions overturn systems. Revolutions destroy systems. Hollywood
A revolution is bloody, but"
is in a unique position. She’s the only country in history in a position actually to become involved in a blood-less revolution. The -- The Russian revolution was bloody; Chinese revolution was bloody; French revolution was bloody; Cuban revolution was bloody; and there was nothing more bloody then the American Revolution. But today this country can become involved in a revolution that won’t take bloodshed. America
If you haven't seen it, what's your excuse?
In case you need some chi-love, here is Jojo as Elvis, and my Dread Pirate Rocco. (these are really crappy shots)
This is what I've been up to.
That is my next computer to run Vista Media Center, to drive an HDTV, Blu-Ray/HD-DVD/DVD, 3000 ripped CDs, DVR, etc. Instead of a living room focused on an entertainment cabinet full of modern electronics, the goal is no more visible electronics in the living room. I'll post a picture of the back when it is done, as well as the control console. The original controls will work, new things to control, but I bought restoration buttons and knobs specific for this console. (For the geeky, yes, that means I'm hand-wiring about 30 switches and programming a keyboard microcontroller).
The wood was very dry, and it was really questionable whether the original finish would even stick anymore, it was so dry it was falling off. I spent part of three weekends feeding oil back into the wood and going over the finish (still original!).
Those fabrics in the grills aren't what my original vision was. I was originally thinking of a contrasting black/red scheme. Lucy and I went to the Arboretum Japanese Garden last weekend, fed the koi from the bridge, watched a crane who was eyeing the koi, and of course, the garden has a tea house. So these fabrics came together to represent a life event, awesome. There will be a light on the inside, and these fabrics are absolutely radiant lit up from behind in a semi-dark room. I'm happy with this.
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but stronger than all my afterthoughts is a furry,
furries bring upon mortals the greatest evils.
Euripides (484 BC - 406 BC), Medea, 431 B.C.