August 21st, 2008

wolf eyes


Mile Hi Con.

Guest of Honor: Jim Butcher.
Guest of Honor: Tim Powers.
Toastmaster: Carrie Vaughn.

Dates: October 24-26

I want to go to this like burning.

And I'm not sure I can. I'm going to try to talk the Hubby into some sort of funding deal, since we're not doing the Halloween Classic in Boise this year. I've started saving money, but I doubt I'll have enough to cover the hotel and food by October unless I just spend nothing between now and then. Those of you who know me know this is practically impossible.

A roomie would come in handy. I wonder if there's an LJ comm. ETA: Okay, there's a Yahoo group. *joins*

However, if I can save something, that will at least score points. And I don't actually have anything to buy right now but the various comics that come in on a weekly basis. And I fund the snackage when we go to the movies, but there's not much coming out soon I need to see other than "Babylon AD" and "Eagle Eye." So... hm.

Hm, indeed. *ponders*
Numfar: Dance of Joy


The scale is my bitch, and I made it cry like a whiny little girl today.

So there.

Bad dreams notwithstanding. *sticks tongue out* (Suffice to say that a dream wherein the scale repeatedly refuses to weigh me and then finally tells me that I'm 128 when I was 125 the previous day is not a happy dream.)

124.2 this morning. You guys have no idea how happy this makes me.

Well. Maybe you do. :)
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Tony Stark--Anteaters

*dies laughing*

Badly is an adverb. So to say you feel badly would be saying that the mechanism which allows you to feel is broken. --Harmony Faith Lane, "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang," 2005

So, the "badly is an adverb, feel is a verb" debate hits Encarta, gets picked up by Smart Bitches, and sends me into a fit of giggles.

I love the internets.

Who taught you grammar? Badly's an adverb. Get out. Vanish. --Perry van Shrike, same movie.

(x-posted to kkissbbang)