...which seems about par for the course on LJ. I was cleaning out my various bags (purse, laptop case, girly backpack meant for small children & Hello Kitty tin lunchbox I use as a smaller purse) and I realized just how many things I jot down on Post-Its and the backs of scrap paper to write about (on LJ or just my real journal) that have actual substance
but by the time I'm at my computer, they're either forgotten or displaces by unimportant rambling. (1)
- Wow. I never what level of controversy Ctrl+Alt+Del
had surrounding it. It's... shocking, to say the least.(2)
- I have been meaning to say this for a few weeks now, but I forget almost right after my "lesson" (which I suspect is subconsciously intentional); I can no longer innocentally enjoy Greg Land's art without either seeing bad art, bad "things", or getting mild vertigo from all the weird angles in one frame. No fair!(3)
, remember when you said the "writers' block" that goes beyong writing and covers all fandom-related things is called "fandom burnout"? You don't happen to know a cure, do you?(4)
- LJ finally
got back to me on the support question I posted over a month ago about being unable to log in; they quoted the FAQ at me. Really?
It took them over a month to direct me there? I wonder if LJ's hiring from the Toaster School of Tech Support
- Yesterday, my blood pressure shot right down, so I couldn't get out of bed until noon and was pretty useless all day. Today, my left arm is seizuring so badly I have to sit on it. Blegh. Could be worse; it could be my right arm. I'll take what I can get. +
remember all those subjects I mentioned on Friday? I'll get to them (even if you don't care). I know this because three of them are half-typed.