March 2nd, 2011

screenwriter, Kightlinger, hate

Bierdestone definition of the new depression

I'm not ashamed to say that I'm registered in dating services. However, I have qualms about meeting people there. I mean, what if we hit it off, get hitched, and raise a family? Will my daughter understand that her mom and dad met on a dating service? She will if her mom is a computer geek too, I suppose.

Having said that, the shame occurs when when I can't manage to meet a single person I find interesting. I've scoured most mainstream sites, and they're all basically the same. Loads of women to choose from, little results. It's as if all the peeps who sign up become discouraged too and forget they even have an account to check back too.

Recently, I reactivated my zoosk accoutrements. Now I remember why I left them in the first place. $50 to get results is equal to finding a red light district in town. I remember, before the Internet, being robbed by a match up site just like zoosk. It's all a crock, or maybe I just don't want to make too much effort to get involved with anybody because, after all, relationships are another... what's the word?

Anyway, I tried the next best thing. I registered my zoosk account under the user name bierdestone, and since zoosk is a stickler for not allowing email info, SMS info, or anything that will take business away from their nifty texting feature for their registered users, I wrote in my desciption information that my ideal match should somebody computer savvy who could locate me elsewhere with ease. Hence, this post.

screenwriter, Kightlinger, hate

Cheap ball point pen series

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Shortly after following kdotdammit and her adventure in getting ready for an art exhibit of her work, I began to try passing the time with the cheap ball point pens that my work justifies as an office expense. I can't get over how effective the ink flows even when the writing instrument is held up against the paper ever so lightly. I would love filling out documents in this way as it gives the comleted form, if black ink is being used, a penciled effect. I guess it's the 'head games' in me that like to fool the eyes into thinking "hey, did this person just write out a check using a pencil?"