Looking at the upcoming few days, I've decided the only logical thing to do is stay moderately high unless I'm planning to drive or talk to my parents. Dealing with Buzz Kill on a daily basis requires fortification, and I am required to deal with Buzz Kill.
One thing about having Velvet home is that it sets a bad example to wake and bake.
Or at least, I think it does.
I'm feeling a lot like I hate the Patriarchy these days which reminds me that Cindy Lauper is a feminist icon, if you ask me.
I'm having a boarder again soon. She's a big lesbian with a Joan Jett tattoo who works as a freelancer for Comedy Central. Nothing stops Buzz Kill in his tracks like big, tattooed lesbians who know how to handle tools.
I haven't noticed a single beautiful thing ever since I started trying to notice Beauty. I've been looking at A Course in Miracles and am toying with the idea that I don't understand a single fucking thing I see or hear. It's easy to believe that with all the crazy shit going on in the world.
I've been thinking about Valentines' Day and the men on the periphery. In the meantime I saw a video where Cornell West said something that sounded a lot like Martin Luther King, Jr. would say Barack Obama has facilitated the perpetration of the Military Industrial Complex. Like there were no Valentines coming Barack's way from Cornell or MLK.
This year, my favorite Valentine is Woody Konopelli. I'd rather not call it a Valentine, though. He should be an addition to the Trailblazer Award I started handing out as a twist to the Stylish Blog award I received from Okjimm. There were some other contenders to Valentine status this year, and one in particular is very nice, but Woody remains my blog crush because of his continued ability to distill a situation down to a diamond drill bit. He's crotchety, so sometimes he makes as much noise as a drill, but it's just his way.
Dr. Monkerstein of Monkey Muck is another Valentine. He is a trailblazer in his way too.
On a related note, I have to make a clarification regarding the Trailblazer thing. Okjimm gave me the stylish blogger award, which looks like this:
Trailblazers doesn't look like anything. I turned it into Trailblazers because I noticed that the bloggers I called Trailblazers were feminist role models a long time ago. I always meant to say something about it here on the blog, but never got around to it. The Stylish award presented a good opportunity to get around to it - I just called it "trailblazers" instead.
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