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Something pretty for you to look at. :) [Jan. 11th, 2007*12:41 am]
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tha_lassa
[I feel |drunknekkid and drinking]

Where is everyone? What have you peeps been up to? Ah well. For the sake of nekkidness and booze, I give you a nekkid pic, posted while drinking. (Nope, I ain't showing everything... I ain't that brave. :p)



Vulnerable




Over and out. I have more drinking and nekkid things to do.
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Be an actor for a day. [Dec. 21st, 2006*12:32 am]
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hobblecock
Select a high traffic area (i.e. the mall). Memorize a two person script (provided below). Play out the scene with your missing partner as you are walking through the mall. Remember visualization is an important component of this exercise. Try to imagine you are actually talking to someone. When you reach the end of the script repeat it. Rehearsal is an important component of acting.

If anyone approaches you and asks who you are talking to look at them like they are crazy. Mutter, "Do you see somebody there?". Shake your head and walk briskly away from them; throw a few furtive glances over your shoulder for good measure and then continue the conversation.
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What ARE you staring at?? [Dec. 20th, 2006*08:03 pm]
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tha_lassa
[I feel |accomplishedaccomplished]

Today, I decided to perform one of nakedblueninja's 'mutinous' suggestions.

1. Stand around on a street corner, or some other relatively busy public place, and stop, look up, and don't stop staring. Focus on some random thing, and hold fast to it. In ten minutes or less, you'll have a crowd all around you, looking up where you're looking. Usually I sneak away unnoticed at that point, because the phenomenon is self-sustaining. People will join the crowd at about the same rate as people will give up on figuring out what everyone else is starting at, and so you're no longer necessary.


I agreed to accompany my mother on a dreaded shopping adventure. Our first stop was a clothing store. She had coupons. I purchased clothing. But, in my naked defense, said purchased items were scanty tank tops and a very low cut tee and some frilly undergarments. But alas, there weren't many shoppers in the vacinity to carry out my task.

Onwards to the bane of the world's existence, Wal-Mart. Oh be still my beating heart! So many people to 'toy' with! I wandered the aisles with an empty cart, scoped out my territory, and low and behold, found a perfect spot to set into motion my dastardly deeds.

Right there, in front of the pharmacy and it's surrounding 'health needs' displays, I stood. This was a most perfect spot. Very near to one of the entrances, so I was guaranteed many passers-by.

And so I stood.

And looked up.

And stared.

My focal point was an innocent little ceiling tile, yet to those that observed me, I was glancing upon the Mona Lisa, or perhaps the face of God etched into the ceiling.

And I stood. And stared. Several lemmings stopped and looked up as well. To answer their questioning eyes, I looked at them, back to the ceiling, and then back at them with an "OMG!" look on my face before returning my gaze upward.

They searched and searched, trying to find what it was I was seeing. Several more people stopped and looked up. Some walked on past, glancing up, questioning their comrades, searching for the answer to this spectacle.

I had in my grasp seven or so observers. Standing there with me, in front of the pharmacy. I realized that I had accomplished what I had set out to do, and with a spin of my heel and a squeak of the wheel, I took my leave, trying to muffle my giggles as I passed out of the store and off into the sunset.
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On the Theory Of Mutiny [Dec. 19th, 2006*03:40 am]
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nakedblueninja
From Wikipedia:

Mutiny is the act of conspiring to disobey an order that a group of similarly-situated individuals (typically members of the military; or the crew of any ship, even if they are civilians) is legally obliged to obey. The term is commonly used for a rebellion among members of the military against their superior officer(s), turning the strongest arm of the law into a danger for the legal order.

In a larger scope, what I get from the manifesto written into our bio page is that we're all sick of the general oblivion most of the people we deal with on a day-to-day basis operate under. God knows, I'm personally disgusted by it, even as I use it to my own advantage. Oblivious fucks make my life easier to get away with, but it shouldn't and that's why it bothers me.

I remember the day I decided to pay attention. I started noticing all sots of strange little details about life and the world around me, and when I'd try ot bring it up to friends, I'd be rewarded with a blank stare. I dropped those friends soon after that day. Then I started to play with people. Like-a so!:

1. Stand around on a street corner, or some other relatively busy public place, and stop, look up, and don't stop staring. Focus on some random thing, and hold fast to it. In ten minutes or less, you'll have a crowd all around you, looking up where you're looking. Usually I sneak away unnoticed at that point, because the phenomenon is self-sustaining. People will join the crowd at about the same rate as people will give up on figuring out what everyone else is starting at, and so you're no longer necessary.

2. Take some small harmless object (I like sugarcubes) and stick them in random places around your office. Watch and see how many people will find thiem, and watch how many people will look around trying to find the magical sugarcube-spitting machine they came from. Lots of fun.

3. Point at random things every time you make eye contact with a person. This is especially awesome on the street.

The only real point to any of these activities is to jog one of the oblivious' head into a state of noticing, even if only for a second. One second is sometimes enough to trip another, and another and another. And that's possibly the greatest mutiny I can think of. Because that's how people will stop jumping off cliffs for acceptance.
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Security gates [Dec. 18th, 2006*10:55 pm]
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hobblecock
EAS (electronic article surveillance) systems are the boon of every shopper's existence. When these tag and alarm systems go off people will immediately look at you with suspicion, after all you must have stolen something if you set off the loss prevention device; strangely enough they have forgotten that at some point it has happened to them. These security systems deserve our attention to help us break free from this collective consciousness.

The First Revolution

With the use of those metal strips that set off security gates (looking into how to obtain these metal strips) you nonchalantly exit store of choice. Alarm buzzes. Look quickly towards security guard, towards carry-on bag and run.

OR enter store of choice. Put metal strips on items of shoppers and sit back and enjoy as the alarm buzzes for every customer that exits the establishment.
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Yay for revolutions [Dec. 18th, 2006*10:37 pm]
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sannahfrieze
I really started something.. sofar everyone I talked to is in on this. Drink for the cause!
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