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Tomorrow, I Shall Wear Green
Tomorrow, I shall wear green.
Red is what these women want you to wear in support of their protest.
Green is on the far opposite of the color wheel from Red.
I shall wear green because:
I do not support this foolishness.
I do not support this perversion of The First Amendment.
I do not support Hypocrisy and Double Standards.
I do not support humiliation of half the population on the basis of genetics.
I do not support the notion of superiority of half the population on the basis of genetics, either.
I do not support the use of harsh language to label, and silence, opposition.
I do not support the continual marching for rights already obtained.
I do not support badly spun statistics which are used to lie.
I do not support perpetuated lies, even after they have been proven wrong.
I do not support rewarding a person for their own bad choices.
Tomorrow, I shall wear green:
To distinguish myself from the rabble roused by inflammatory language,
To show that the Sisters of the Womb do not hav
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Breakfast at Bambi's
Bambi’s Brew House and Bakery is located two blocks from the “offices” of the Crystal Continuum Enforcement Agency. Because of the proximity to the portal, the staff has gotten used to seeing denizens from other dimensions, and didn’t bat an eye at the appearance of Boone. On the other hand, Boone wasn’t sure what to make of the staff. For instance, the hostess seemed very much to a cocker spaniel to him.
As a matter of fact, she is a cocker spaniel. Standing at one-and-one-half meters tall, Pradassa is best described as a bundle of energy. Never one to stand still, her curly-haired ears were almost always flopping one direction or another. If they were still, it was probably because she was giving someone a hug. Of course, her ears weren’t the only part of her that flopped, but she seemed to have an aversion to anything resembling a corset, girdle, or support hose. This floppy bundle of energy came bounding from the office towards both Boone and Jack.
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From the Student
From the Student
I was there at the start.
I watched you go through the classes,
-----helped with the reports,
----------collected supplies,
---------------and dressed as a “special guest” occasionally.
I was ecstatic when you got the degree.
I helped prepare the resumes,
-----heard the reports on the interviews,
----------waited for phone calls,
---------------and celebrated when the job came
We joyfully set up the classroom.
I volunteered for the classroom,
-----sorted and graded papers,
----------helped calculate grades,
---------------and cleaned up at the end of the day.
I always said I would be okay as long as you didn’t treat me like one of your students.
Well,
I’m not okay.
Your teaching was not in vain.
I did learn quite a bit from you.
I learned patience,
-----I had to endure long talks with you so my behavior could be corrected.
I learned cleanliness,
-----the house was never clean enough for you.
I learned longsuffering,
-----no matter how much pain I wa
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I really don't understand the concept of "manspreading". At the risk of TMI, I cannot remember ever having a reason to use such a posture. It looks to me like a combination of bad posture, poor home training, and insufficiently supportive undershorts...
Last week, I was given information that puts the past of our current President into perspective.
Did you know that, up until 2015, Donald Trump was registered as a Democrat?
...or What Am I Doing Here, Again?
It seems that teh best way for this particular gathering is to hold the event on the same weekend as Easter, so I guess there's no reason not to expect it to have happened. I'm not sure if I wrote about it last year, but I found myself at the same event, with more people this time. (I explained that last year I was shanghaied into coming, as Young Gunneroo wanted to come, but his sister was grounded, so I agreed to take him. This year, I got the equivalent of "puppy eyes" over the phone from the sister in question.)
Let's start off with the fact that this isn't "my scene". Okay, I like "space opera", and I enjoy cartoons, but I'm not the type to stay up late "binge watching" imported animation. All said and done, though, I could recognize maybe half of the costumes I saw. Thankfully, Gunneroo was willing to be my psychopomp (less psycho than pomp) and recognized many more. I was an outsider last year, and less of one this year, but I still felt out of step with the main crowd. I'm not fond of crowds, and even less fond of them if I'm part of a group, and am trying to keep up with everyone. (That has more to do with being the "responsible adult" of the party.) Also, according to the FAQ, the targeted age range is 18-30, and I am, well... Let's go with "outside of that range".
Saturday seems to be one big costume party, with the major cosplay contest that evening. Almost everyone is dressed recognizably, and most of the costumes were "street legal". ("Um? Are those supposed to be Pokeballs, or Tide Pods?" "Tide Pods, and thanks for not asking my brother...") Though I didn't wear a costume, I did choose an outfit with lots of pockets, just for all the fliers, cards, an occasional candy wrapper I learned from last year would accumulate. (Did I mention this happens over Easter weekend? Yep, eggs were passed out, but those went into my satchel.) No one batted an eye at my "safari gear", but I did get the occasional question regarding my long hair. (Three years of growth, though I did trim off and donate 18 inches about two years ago.) I did see a few fursuiters, though I didn't get to interact with them, mostly because of the company I was with.
Young Gunneroo had drawn some famous Internet meme faces on paper bags, and we wandered a bit with those over his head. He got more than his share of attention and photos taken, and his sister got jealous. (To show you what kind of kid he is, he quietly "forgot" to bring the bags with him when we came back from lunch.) I felt a little like the Internet, being handler to the memes...
The better part of the day came with the video games. I knew that my daughter likes to sing. What I didn't expect was for her to gravitate to the "music gaming room". She jumped right in with groups playing Rock Band, even not knowing the songs, and sometimes, not knowing the controls, either! The two highlights of that experience had to be when I was standing outside the room, where the line was forming for an autograph session. It seems the choice of song was Ah-ha!'s Take On Me. When they hit the phrase "In a day or two!", all three singers went sharp, to the chagrin of everyone inside and outside of the gaming room. I watched people twenty feet away wince, and am sure I heard at least one "What the Hell?" down the hallway. On the other hand, there is something cool about watching eight people, who are not the current players, join in the singing when the "band" is playing Bohemian Rhapsody...
In the "Digital Gaming" room, a young lady was dressed as a robotic fighter girl from Tekken and, naturally, playing as that particular player. As I watched, she took out four different guys, losing only one round, before giving up the controller. Young Gunneroo tells me I missed the first two guys, whom she dispatched quickly. I wandered over and watched a game of Super Smash Bros. for Wii. I wasn't sure what was more amazing to me: the fact that eight players could play at a time, or that half of the players at the time were using King Dedede...

I had wanted to pre-order tickets to make sure we had them. Unfortunately, when I got to that task, they were already sold out of the "Saturday only" passes. I decided that the cost of single day passes "at the door" was the same as "Saturday and Sunday" passes prepaid. Even though the kids only used them of Saturday, they both got laminated artwork from the con. On the other hand, I returned Sunday afternoon, with the con starting to wind down. The gaming rooms were closing as I entered them, which was okay, I suppose. I took the opportunity to learn more about preparing for the next con. I have a list of anime work checking out for a base knowledge, and a few oddities to try to find on Netflix. (I also heard about a neat way to pay for Netflix and Hulu without getting surprised on my debit card!) I learned about other groups and cons in the Middle Tennessee area, and how volunteering is a great way to not only pay for tickets, but gets one involved with some pretty nifty groups. (I think the word I need, here, is "networking".)
And you know that feeling you get when something you built turns out to work better than you expected? It's really wierd when that thing is also chasing you with a death ray. -Roger, The Whiteboard (3/1/2018)
I do not think it a wise idea to replace an "oppressive" leader with a member of the "oppressed". One who only understands oppression as a form of government will lead with the same evil, with only a change of clothes to mark the change in administration. Keep this in mind when supporting a candidate who's main motivation is frustration, fury, or being "fed up" with the incumbent.

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Bunnaroo
M. W. Flatt
United States
Current Residence: Nashville, TN
deviantWEAR sizing preference: XL, if you realy want to know...
Print preference: Right Thumb
Favourite genre of music: Pop, or something like it...
Favourite style of art: Anthromorphic
Operating System: Flattop method: Every flat top has a pile on it...
Skin of choice: My Own, thankyouverymuch!
Personal Quote: It doesn't cost a thing to be nice.
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...or What Am I Doing Here, Again?
It seems that teh best way for this particular gathering is to hold the event on the same weekend as Easter, so I guess there's no reason not to expect it to have happened. I'm not sure if I wrote about it last year, but I found myself at the same event, with more people this time. (I explained that last year I was shanghaied into coming, as Young Gunneroo wanted to come, but his sister was grounded, so I agreed to take him. This year, I got the equivalent of "puppy eyes" over the phone from the sister in question.)
Let's start off with the fact that this isn't "my scene". Okay, I like "space opera", and I enjoy cartoons, but I'm not the type to stay up late "binge watching" imported animation. All said and done, though, I could recognize maybe half of the costumes I saw. Thankfully, Gunneroo was willing to be my psychopomp (less psycho than pomp) and recognized many more. I was an outsider last year, and less of one this year, but I still felt out of step with the main crowd. I'm not fond of crowds, and even less fond of them if I'm part of a group, and am trying to keep up with everyone. (That has more to do with being the "responsible adult" of the party.) Also, according to the FAQ, the targeted age range is 18-30, and I am, well... Let's go with "outside of that range".
Saturday seems to be one big costume party, with the major cosplay contest that evening. Almost everyone is dressed recognizably, and most of the costumes were "street legal". ("Um? Are those supposed to be Pokeballs, or Tide Pods?" "Tide Pods, and thanks for not asking my brother...") Though I didn't wear a costume, I did choose an outfit with lots of pockets, just for all the fliers, cards, an occasional candy wrapper I learned from last year would accumulate. (Did I mention this happens over Easter weekend? Yep, eggs were passed out, but those went into my satchel.) No one batted an eye at my "safari gear", but I did get the occasional question regarding my long hair. (Three years of growth, though I did trim off and donate 18 inches about two years ago.) I did see a few fursuiters, though I didn't get to interact with them, mostly because of the company I was with.
Young Gunneroo had drawn some famous Internet meme faces on paper bags, and we wandered a bit with those over his head. He got more than his share of attention and photos taken, and his sister got jealous. (To show you what kind of kid he is, he quietly "forgot" to bring the bags with him when we came back from lunch.) I felt a little like the Internet, being handler to the memes...
The better part of the day came with the video games. I knew that my daughter likes to sing. What I didn't expect was for her to gravitate to the "music gaming room". She jumped right in with groups playing Rock Band, even not knowing the songs, and sometimes, not knowing the controls, either! The two highlights of that experience had to be when I was standing outside the room, where the line was forming for an autograph session. It seems the choice of song was Ah-ha!'s Take On Me. When they hit the phrase "In a day or two!", all three singers went sharp, to the chagrin of everyone inside and outside of the gaming room. I watched people twenty feet away wince, and am sure I heard at least one "What the Hell?" down the hallway. On the other hand, there is something cool about watching eight people, who are not the current players, join in the singing when the "band" is playing Bohemian Rhapsody...
In the "Digital Gaming" room, a young lady was dressed as a robotic fighter girl from Tekken and, naturally, playing as that particular player. As I watched, she took out four different guys, losing only one round, before giving up the controller. Young Gunneroo tells me I missed the first two guys, whom she dispatched quickly. I wandered over and watched a game of Super Smash Bros. for Wii. I wasn't sure what was more amazing to me: the fact that eight players could play at a time, or that half of the players at the time were using King Dedede...

I had wanted to pre-order tickets to make sure we had them. Unfortunately, when I got to that task, they were already sold out of the "Saturday only" passes. I decided that the cost of single day passes "at the door" was the same as "Saturday and Sunday" passes prepaid. Even though the kids only used them of Saturday, they both got laminated artwork from the con. On the other hand, I returned Sunday afternoon, with the con starting to wind down. The gaming rooms were closing as I entered them, which was okay, I suppose. I took the opportunity to learn more about preparing for the next con. I have a list of anime work checking out for a base knowledge, and a few oddities to try to find on Netflix. (I also heard about a neat way to pay for Netflix and Hulu without getting surprised on my debit card!) I learned about other groups and cons in the Middle Tennessee area, and how volunteering is a great way to not only pay for tickets, but gets one involved with some pretty nifty groups. (I think the word I need, here, is "networking".)

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Heyo ^^

thanks a lot for watching me :)
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Just came to say hello and thank you for +devWatching my 3D Animeness work! I appreciate the time you have spent browsing my gallery and hope you had fun! :hug:
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Tag! Haha now you must do the tag Journal too!
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Merry Christmas! Even if you aren't around to read it.
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Hang in there, my friend. I'm sending hugs and good wishes to you for a brighter tomorrow. Please take care of yourself.
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LysanderxX Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2008
Well hello there good sir Bunaroo. Thanks for the surprise watch months ago.

I do home things become well for you soon. Sad to hear about the unfortunate things...
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