Jul. 2nd, 2010

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Eris: (finding a glass that the cat knocked over) "Oh. That's good."
Me: "Is it broken?"
"No, that's why it's good."
"Oh. You sounded kind of sarcastic."
"I thought you said I didn't have a sarcastic voice."
"You do, kind of. It's very subtly different."
(triumphantly) "I'm subtle!"

Disregard last post. That day sucked; the day after quite made up for it and I've been back on an even keel since.

...Also, I just got up in the middle of writing this post, stepped on my laptop's power brick and went sliding across the wood floor. I kept my balance and neither end of the cord was adversely affected. It would have been pretty cool if it were intentional.
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"Untrammeled homosexuality can take over and destroy a social system. If you isolate sexuality as something solely for one's own personal amusement, and all you want is the most satisfying orgasm you can get - and that is what homosexuality seems to be - then homosexuality seems too powerful to resist. The evidence is that men do a better job on men and women on women, if all you are looking for is orgasm .... It's pure sexuality. It's almost like pure heroin. It's such a rush. . . . Marital sex tends toward the boring end. Generally, it doesn't deliver the kind of sheer sexual pleasure that homosexual sex does." — Michigan Journal of Gender & Law, Chaos, Law, and God: The Religious Meanings of Homosexuality, 2008

Found here via here.
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I'm standing at the kitchen table and Eris is sitting at my feet, dutifully fussing over my skirt ties. I can get so used to this.


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