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From Twitter 09-11-2010 [Sep. 12th, 2010|04:01 am]

  • 07:26:49: Last night woke up thinking I was still on the train. Clearly trip-fuzz is not completely out of my brain.
  • 08:18:15: Having managed to find hanging space for frying pan, now want hanging space for other pans. Hmmm...
  • 12:30:52: Ate lunch outside. Came in hot, moist, and mosquito-bitten, but having seen gorgeous dragonflies.
  • 13:04:30: Picture that's appeared on my twitter page is same as on one of my 80acres business cards. W'd like to put more of my pix up. How?
  • 13:07:29: HA! Went into Settings and tiled the wildflower picture as background. Field of yellow and red-brown and purple. FUN!
  • 13:11:53: Obviously, I'm avoiding work. I'm avoiding work because...I'm sleepy. The bites itch. I'm home and there are distractions. Nap?
  • 17:38:41: Still happy w/self for figuring out how to tile my own wildflower picture across Twitter background. It's the small things...
  • 17:41:24: White-wing dove flew headlong into my study window w/loud BANG and broke its neck. W'd be sad but we have lots & they bully smaller birds.
  • 19:07:00: Cool front north of us sliding east: I am SO ready for the first norther.

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[User Picture]From: cissa
2010-09-16 02:00 am (UTC)
Hanging space for pan is FABULOUS. Almost all of my pans now hang. Easier to get to, and take less cupboard space.
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[User Picture]From: pandarus
2010-09-17 01:58 pm (UTC)
...Holy Shit.

You just deleted all the comments and discourse provoked by your post about the Muslim cultural centre in New York, and about the process of immigration? Seriously?

Wow. Okay, wow. I'd imagined you had more integrity than that - but then, I guess I'd imagined that you were someone who wouldn't make such an egregious post in the first place - my mistake.

I'll be removing you from my reading list, both on LJ and Amazon - but, really, I'd much rather have seen you listen to some of the excellent responses, and move beyond your own reflexive prejudice. (The points that were made about the synagogue built for Lebanese Jews out of the rubble of a city flattened by Israel, and about the Buddhist and Shinto temples at Pearl Harbour, were particularly salient, I thought.)

Badly done, Ms Moon. Badly done.
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