Nov. 19th, 2007

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I know it's spreading like wildfire so I have to post this. I, based on PERSONAL EXPERIENCE know it's not true. Or, at the very least, not true for my phone. I have Verizon. I love Verizon. I love my pink phone from Verizon.
Almost a month ago now, I had to call 911. You can read a bit about it here:
http://isabelladangelo.livejournal.com/162948.html#cutid1

No alarm sounded. I almost exclusively use my cell phone (except when I can't find it then I call up someone on the home phone and get them to call the cell phone so I can find it). It's just a pink razor and I haven't had any problems.

My current belief is that this is either a) a function you can turn off/new to certain phones or b) something someone got off the Onion...again. So please, double check when you spread this type of stuff around. All it does is cause widespread "OMG!" without anyone doing much investigation into the "Is it true?"

Book thing

Nov. 19th, 2007 08:36 pm
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1. Grab the nearest book.
2. Open the book to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the next 4-7 sentences on your LJ along with these instructions.
5. Don't you dare dig for that "cool" or "intellectual" book in your closet! I know you were thinking about it! Just pick up whatever is closest (unless it's too troublesome to reach and is really heavy. Then go back to step 1).


The news of the consultation and Huick's opion got out, and Council and Parliament were infuriated. "Dr. Huick," and Camden, "dissuaded her to marry for I know not what womanish infirmity." It was considered unpardonable in Huick to have encouraged her in any such nonsense; and Parliament "besought her to be joined by the sacred bond of marriage with whom she would, in what place she liked and as soon as she pleased, to the end to have children for help to the kingdom", for if she died childless, "England that breathed by her spirit, would expire with her".

Mary Queen of Scots, married and pregnant, seemed to be in a position immeasurably stronger than Elizabeth's; but her misfortunes were gathering over her. Marriage with a Queen and one of the most beautiful women had been too much for Darnley's weak head.



From Elizabeth the Great by Elizabeth Jenkins. A

And yes, that really was the closets book. Okay, so the comic books are closer but they don't go up to 123.

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Random studies of the Gothic fitted gown )
So, I've started on this project. It will once again be in the indigo blue linen and this time lined with the rest of the red/white linen crossweave that I have left over. Basically, the same fabric I used for the Viking outfit. That's the good thing about solid (ish) colors; they are timeless.
I'll post pictures when I get it half way decently sewn and whenever I find my camera. I think my car ate it. Or Ginsie did.

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