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|Wednesday, August 12th, 2020|
This is mostly friends only.
I do post some public entries, but the interesting, juicy stuff is Friends Only. If you read some of my older entries, back when I made everything public, you'll begin to understand how intense my entire life is, and there you have it. Umm, I'm not going to tell you who I am or what I am about, because if you care then you will find out on your own, and because I don't care whether you know consciously or not.
|Thursday, March 2nd, 2006|
|Monday, January 30th, 2006|
|I think I won this one
David: What? You eat poop?! You're disgusting!!!!!
Me: You're a mongoose.
That's right. Take that.
P.S. I do not eat poop. He made that up.
|Sunday, January 29th, 2006|
I discovered that I could butter a piece of bread using another piece of bread.
|Saturday, January 28th, 2006|
|This is cool!
Name a CD you own that you think no-one else on your friends list does:
Hmmm... I'll presume that this doesn't include such individualistic burned mixes. Let's say Fantastic by Toybox.
Name a book you own that you think no-one else on your friends list does:
My dad has this book called Deep Black that is out of print. But that's my dad. Umm... Life Colors by Pamala Oslie
Name a movie you own on DVD/VHS/whatever that you think no-one else on your friends list does:
I have the Sailormoon R movie. Do you?
Name a place that you have visited that you think no-one else on your friends list has:
The inside of my closet? I dunno... I've been to the Netherlands and Luxemburg at a very young little age
Name a piece of technology or any sort of tool you own that you think no-one else on your friends list has:
For Christmas one year I got this hand-strengthening device. This was back when I thought that I was gonna do massage and not acupressure. It's a little hand squeezy device. Hehehehehehehhhhhhh............ bet you don't have one of those. Oh yeah, and one day my dad went out and bought "The Bagel Guillotine", hahahah!!!!! I think that's such a hilariously gratuitous device.
|Monday, January 16th, 2006|
STOP SODOMIZING MY CAR!!
I don't sodomize your car. In fact, I only go 5 MPH over the speed limit, so that you can 85 it past me into the gridlock of crazy hooligans up ahead and I can cruise by after you've loosened up and then started speeding into another gridlock again.
What's the point of going faster? Then you just have to slow down. Geez.
|Saturday, January 14th, 2006|
Pippin laid an egg today.
We were wondering if she was a girl or a boy. Now we know.
Pippin is a girl!!!!!!!!! Pippin is a girl!!!! Pippin is a giiiiirl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|Monday, January 9th, 2006|
|Copied from the forum
I just saw this documentary movie, Wal Mart: The High Cost of Low
Price. If half the claims in this film are true I will never buy from Wal
Mart again (and I believe that at least half of this is true), and if
they ever decide to open a store in my community I would campaign to
protect the small businesses from this global corporation that has puts
profit over people. The good news is hundreds of local movements have
been successful in keeping the mega store out of their town after seeing
what it has done to others.
The allegations that stand out in my mind hours after watching the
film are 1) Wal Mart encourages it's low-income employees to use
tax-payer funded programs to receive bear-needs healthcare because they are too
cheap to provide proper health insurance 2) Small family owned
businesses cannot compete and fold as consumers flock to the cheapest prices 3)
The employee doesn't count (and in many cases treated as less than
human), he/she is easily replaced with the next person trying to make ends
meat to feed a family.
What happened to company ethics? We as consumers have the power to
choose where we spend our money. I'm now committed to being a
community-shopper, rather than a price-shopper. That means to me supporting local
businesses as much as I can (also check out www.locavores.com).
I'm anxious to continue, but that would turn into an extremely long
email, and I want you to see the movie. I rented it from Elephant
Pharmacy in Berkeley. There's also screenings of the movie at various
locations around our country (check www.walmartmovie.com). Or support the film
makers by purchasing it. Whatever it takes to get your hands on this
film is well worth the awareness it provides.
If you’re a fan of film critics, "Ebert and Roeper" gave it "Two
Check out the official movie website: www.walmartmovie.com
Please pass this forward to the people in your community whom you
care about. People who shop at Wal Mart are good people. It's simply the
matter of information and awareness. What we don't know can hurt us, our
local economy, and the people who are treated as sub-human at home and
abroad to produce low prices.
Take action! Contact your rep and senators! It's
|Tuesday, January 3rd, 2006|
Taken from a newsletter that I get: http://prosperity-abounds.com
2. WEIGHT Loss Humor
Here's a little humor and fun to start you on your fat burning
fix for '06. Enjoy!
"Seize the moment. Remember all those women on the 'Titanic' who
waved off the dessert cart." --Erma Bombeck
"No diet will remove all the fat from your body because the brain
is entirely fat. Without a brain, you might look good, but all
you could do is run for public office." --George Bernard Shaw
"Eat as much as you like--just don't swallow it." --Steve Burns
"A waist is a terrible thing to mind." -- Tom Wilson
"I'm a light eater. When it gets light, I start eating." --Tommy
"Your body is the baggage you must carry through life. The more
excess the baggage, the shorter the trip." --Arnold H. Glasgow
|Monday, December 19th, 2005|
|Check out my music site!!!!
Hey, I uploaded a bunch of my college music projects onto a Myspace account!
Keep in mind that the sound quality isn't always the best with these, because they were all done on a computer using MIDI software, everything (including the drums) I input by hand with a keyboard, and some of them I had to record really soft with a low signal to noise ratio, so it's hard to hear some of the subtle nuances in some of the pieces.
Well anyway, here it is: http://www.myspace.com/cgxxb
I just gave it a gibberish name. Who cares? It's not like I was gonna put my real name on there.
|Sunday, December 4th, 2005|
I just saw a news report talking about this kid in SF State who fell off a balcony and died. He was 21.
And I knew that kid in High School. He was in my German class for two years. We called him "Timo". He used to try to bum answers off of me. I have his signature in my yearbook, and one day he used my sheet music to "Happy Phantom" to try to get quiz answers off of Jon. I still have that paper, too.
Imagine dying at 21. That's so weird. What a waste. I knew that kid. And now he's dead. It's just too weird.
You might have known him Luna. He was in your class. Did you know Ivan Zimmerman?
|Sunday, October 23rd, 2005|
I learned a new word today.
*shibby* - adj - Brtish slang for neat, cool, etc.
The QSA-A calls itself "The shibbiest frickin' club ever". Heh. Whatevah.
And by the way, QSA-A stands for the "Queer Straight and Asexual Alliance". Hah. That's so much better than the Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) Club. You can't forget us asexuals! And like... queer is a much more inclusive term than "gay".
|Friday, October 7th, 2005|
|Tuesday, September 20th, 2005|
|Short Stories with Tragic Endings
Jack and Jim went out on a whim to a gay bar down in Fresno. Jack fell down and broke the crown of the drag queen and his master.
Jack and Jim went out on a whim to a gay bar down in Fresno. Jack fell down and ripped the gown of the drag queen and his master.
|Sunday, September 11th, 2005|
Stolen from lemonberry
Look at your LJ "interests" list. If you have less than 50 interests, pick every fifth one. If you have between 50 and 75 interests, pick every seventh one. If you have over 75 interests, pick every tenth one. If you have fewer than ten, pick all of 'em. List them on your LJ, and tell everyone exactly what it is about these things that interests you so much:
1) Anti-television: because television is a massive brainwashing device designed to entertain you in habitual ways that seductively delineate to you what is normal... which is actually just a form of social constraint, attempting to inhibit creativity and anything that is threatening to the agendas of those who would exploit the average American -- go out and buy! buy stuff! money money money! And don't do anything of your own free will. So kill your television, kill the propaganda, turn on your imagination, turn on yourself, and turn off the voice of oppression.
2) Black people: Because black people are cool. Who doesn't love black people? Go black people! Especially Saul Williams.
3) Consciousness expansion: Because consciousness is a gift. Indeed, it's all there is. And we are always growing, changing, expanding. Therefore, we rule.
4) Donnie Darko: I dunno. It's about a schizophrenic who sees a giant purple bunny. I like it.
5) Environmental protection: Because trees are my friends. Without them, we would die in two seconds. We need oxygen. Oh yeah, and polluting the environment is like shoveling poison into your house. Do you expect to conquer and mutilate your house and be healthy? That's like biting the hand that feeds you.
6) Fruit: I dunno. I don't like eating fruit too much, for the most part, but I love fruit. I love drawing fruit. I love how fruit is colorful. I love how fruit is something that would be present at a circus. You can juggle fruit. You can throw fruit. Fruit is freaky. You can draw fruit. One of the first things we painted in my watercolor class was a bowl of fruit. Fruit this. Fruit that. Fruit fruit fruit.
7) Hunger: I dunno why that one is up there. I guess it could have a double meaning. One is that I didn't always used to like to eat. But mostly... it's a spiritual meaning... It's what causes us to search for something better, you know..
8) Journeys: I guess this is similar to "hunger" and "consciousness expansion". Exploration. Enough said.
9) Music: Who DOESN'T listen to music? Oh wait... Muslims don't. But besides that... music is the universal language. And I'm a musician.
10) Percussion: It was all about being a senior in high school and playing in the pit as a mallet player and/or auxiliary percussion. I love drumming, and I love percussion, just as I love music. Period.
11) Renaissance: Ohhh, the Ren Faire. My sister does costumes for that. You gotta love the dressing up, hanging around in nature with some fools, etc.
12) Spirituality: Ummm... need I explain this? This is so generic.
13) Truth: This is one of those silly ones, too, like "hunger" is silly. I don't like it when people lie. I don't like it when people put on a facade (see also: why I dislike television). I don't like fake people. I don't like people who insist that I be fake or else suffer dire consequences. It infuriates me to the greatest extent imaginable.
14) You: That's right, YOU!!!!!!! Because it's all about you, isn't it? Hahaha. No, it's just because I like people and would love to get to know them more...
Okay, that's all I got. But I would rather pick some of the cooler ones to talk about, because they're much cooler... but oh well.
|Sunday, August 28th, 2005|
Adapted recipe of my birthday cake for Vegan, Wheat-Free Carob Cake with no refined sugar. Scaled down to one serving:
2 to 2 1/2 tablespoons brown rice flour (you can use regular flour if you want)
1 teaspoon carob powder, plus about another 1/3 teaspoon (if you use cocoa powder, just do a teaspoon)
1/12 tsp. baking soda (a dash, if you will)
1/24 tsp. salt (an even smaller dash)
1/2 tsp soy protein powder (or that much egg white. It's kinda optional at this miniscule proportion)
Mix dry ingredients in a cereal bowl. Then add wet ingredients:
1 tablespoon REAL maple syrup (if you use honey, it's sweeter and less yummy. If you use sugar, make it brown)
1 teaspoon olive oil
1 and 1/3 teaspoon soymilk (or water)
1/12 tsp vanilla extract (like four drops)
1/24 tsp. almond extract (like two drops)
With the salt and flavorings, even if you put way too much in, it tastes fine. Just don't leave it out.
Microwave on high 20-30 seconds. Eat.
And if you hate measuring in such teeny amounts... then you're mighty weeeeiird.. Hah. Just kiding, fool.
Cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake cupcake!
Dear Great Big Expanse of Internet,
WHAT THE? http://www.ljseek.com
My one long public entry in the recent days (you know, that fiction story) has shown up on multiple searches, including, but not limited to: Arts and Entertainment, Entertainment Magazines, Adult Entertainment Jobs....
That's it, you freakin' weirdos.. or whoever is trying to submit my journal for commercial gain. From now on, the public entries are gonna be even shorter... or something. It's like... forget copyright protection on the net... yesh. Or I'll have to write in my copyrights, rather.
I also found my name on somebody's poetry fridge. Someone with whom I had a controversial dialogue (highlighting the nutritional downfalls of veganism). Hahaha. He probably spelled out obscene messages with my name. All right, I'm outta here.
Making this mostly Friends Only was the best thing I've done in a long time. Ohhh yes.
|Friday, August 26th, 2005|
I am suddenly motivated to make more artwork.
MORE ARTWORK! MORE!! MORE ARTWORK!!!!
Heck, I even changed my info on here and included a link to graveyardkids
<--Hey, I just did it again. And I've only made one episode of that comic... and... and..... now I want to draw more... black and white... or maybe sepia. Lately I like browns a lot, because I'm a summer and so brown, dark navy, and dark grey are more of my clothing colors than black. And therefore.... we'll have comics in brown, dark navy, and dark grey!!! But not really.
Actually, I just want to play dress up, which is a form of art. Because drawing takes a long time. But I suppose that I shall just go for it... because I like it... it makes me happy.
P.S. I still want a Billy Corgan Tamagotchi.
P.P.S. Oh wait... I'm HECKA busy... you know... with college and all... and.... but well, this is a public entry....
|Monday, August 22nd, 2005|
HTML!!!! Assistance please!!!
How does one put music onto a webpage? Like on myspace? That type of HTML. I don't know how to do it!!!!!
Edit: Please don't assume that someone has told me just because you see comments to this entry. That is just me talking to myself.
Pippin just tried to regurgitate food for my brother's big toe. That cracks me up.
David: "Pippin, don't feed my toe. It's not hungry."
Ahaha. I love how half of my public entries are either talking about my bird or my brother. This one has both. I think that Pippin is confused. She tries to mate with and/or nest on top of everything imaginable, including plants and walls and the side of her cage and people's faces and shoes and now she's trying to feed everything.