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Bead colors and their meanings at Frolicon. [Mar. 31st, 2010|11:15 am]
Black: Dom/Top
White: Sub/Bottom
B&W: switch
Green: Open to anything
Purple: Wish on the wish board
Yellow: Newbie
Blue: into boys
Pink: into girls
Pink and Blue: into both
Propeller beads: polyamorous
Orange: Hands off

First time I knew this. Makes me wonder what colors I have at home from previous years.
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(no subject) [Jan. 17th, 2010|09:47 pm]
Happy Birthday prismfire

Thanks for having us over last night. We had a great time!
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Ju Jitsu [Oct. 20th, 2009|08:59 am]
I received my green belt in Aiki Jujitsu last night. Boy am I tired and sore this morning.
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Photos from Sunday in the Park at Oakland Cemetary [Oct. 6th, 2009|10:25 pm]
Zombie Attack!

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Stolen from starlancer [Sep. 27th, 2009|10:33 pm]
This women's commentary on this event is too precious. Check it out.

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Beets - I knew there was a reason I liked them. [Aug. 12th, 2009|11:21 am]
You can't beat beetroot
Bella Blissett
12.08.09 An aphrodisiac for the Romans, a symbol of love among the pagans and the cause of unbudgeable stains for the rest of us — beetroot may ruin your new white shirt but it could just rescue your health. A study last week revealed the beneficial role beetroot plays during exercise — now the humble beet is the latest superfood on everyone's lips.

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(no subject) [Jul. 11th, 2009|06:45 pm]
Last night shalie and I met up with Mike and Lisa to attend a performance of The Mystery of Irma Vep by Charles Ludlam at the Atlanta Shakespeare Tavern. It was a great performance and we had a wonderful time. The story revolves around two actors that spend most of the evening in drag fighting off vampires, mummies, werewolves and bad puns. We finished off the evening by going to Cafe Intermezzo for coffee and acoustically difficult conversation. (note to self, avoid Cafe Intermezzo in Midtown on Friday nights.)
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Nicola's restaurant [Jun. 21st, 2009|06:36 pm]
We took my dad to a great place off Lavista and Briercliff last night. Nicola's Restaurant. Nicola, the owner is round jolly man that has everyone up and dancing at a moments notice. Often with a glass or bottle on his head. The food is Lebanese, very similar to Greek. Entrees run from $10-13 dollars. Alcohol is limited to red or white and a few beers, but you can bring in a bottle. Desserts include pistachio baklava, rose petals, date mamool or nut mamool. Their Turkish coffee is thick and sweet. Good thing they serve it in tiny cups. On the weekends they have belly dancers. Its a fun place to take a date or the family.

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Mithras [Jun. 18th, 2009|08:40 am]
I just ran across this little dity.

The cult of Mithras originated in Persia over 4,000 years ago, but was only one of the eastern deities. Rulers of the Roman empire worshipped Mithras for over 300 years.

Mithras worshippers held strong beliefs in a celestial heaven and an infernal hell, they believed in resurrection as well as judgement day and also drank wine and ate bread to symbolise the body and blood of the god.

The birth of the god was celebrated annually on 25 December.

Humm, sounds familar.
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David Carradine is dead. [Jun. 4th, 2009|10:38 am]
Kwai Chang Caine (David Carradine) star of the TV series Kung Fu was found dead at age 72 in his hotel room in Bangkok. I, like many young men at the time was fascinated with the martial arts and spiritual aspects of the show. It made a big impact. I'm sorry to see him go.
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