kaciagemini: (Rainbow heart)
( Feb. 27th, 2009 12:38 am)
XKCD, this is why you're the only webcomic I read regularly anymore. :)
kaciagemini: (Alien - Toy Story - want to believe)
( Mar. 3rd, 2008 01:04 am)
ilu xkcd
kaciagemini: (Bandom - Panic! - Jon hearts Spencer)
( Jan. 9th, 2008 02:26 pm)
I strongly feel that this comic could, and really should be recreated with bandom photos.

Alex agrees. ...that's what "aaah goooo" means, right?
kaciagemini: (Mythbusters - not bulletproof)
( May. 16th, 2007 01:35 pm)
I envy people with goals and direction in their lives.

ETA: In other news, this sounds like the premise for a slash fic. In fact, I may have read it.

ETA2: Srsly, why is this comic so me?

ETA3: If you die in Canada, you die in real life!
kaciagemini: (CJ - jordan - wtf)
( Apr. 17th, 2007 12:52 pm)
It's pretty impressive that the guy who writes QC understands chicks so well, since I am one and I often don't. For example...
kaciagemini: (Hard Work Kills)
( Apr. 5th, 2007 01:37 pm)
Mmmmm, webcomics. Obviously I have no life. But hey, I was two months behind on all my comics and that is just sad!

It is probably scary that this sounds like a fun time to me. ^.^

Also, work is teh stupid. Die, incoming freshman, die.

Just so I remember, I'm on comic 829 on QC. The end.
kaciagemini: (Care Bears - fancy a wank?)
( Mar. 29th, 2007 12:10 pm)
Animals Have Problems Too is a fairly hit-or-miss webcomic with me. I mostly keep reading it because it's on my f-list.
But, today's comic, is frickin' hilarious to me.

In other news, the Evanescence concert last night rocked.
Amy Lee is adorable. When she came out for the encore, she was like, "Hmm, now what haven't I played yet?" *starts playing My Immortal*
And she was wearing a skirt that looked like it was made out of the plaid dress from the Call Me When You're Sober video.

I can't talk today. Pretty much at all.

The biggest way this concert differed from every other concert I've been to in recent years is that I didn't spend the entire time mentally constructing fanvids to the music. Because they have all been made. Every video that could ever possibly be made to an Evanescence song has been done. The end.
kaciagemini: (404 - Zombie icon)
( Dec. 31st, 2005 06:35 pm)
La di da.
Happy New Year's and stuff.
I am ridiculously happy that Neko the Kitty started updating again.
That is all.
kaciagemini: (CI - Eames)
( Aug. 23rd, 2005 01:44 pm)
Work, work, work-ity work.
Moved a small amount of stuff into the dorm today. Still deciding if I want to do more tomorrow or wait until Thursday. I don't really want to drive up here tomorrow, but Thursday will be way crazy-like, so I might do it anyway.
I realized when we were taking the bedding stuff into the dorm room that I forgot the comforter. I need to remember that it's sitting on top of the closet. So consider this a note to self. It wouldn't have fit in the car anyway.
Work is not too terribly crazy today. But Thursday will be. *le sigh*

Oh, and hooray for new icons!

ETA: Oh, and how fucking long has Scandal Sheet been on this story line? Seriously, like a year?!?
(I decided now was a good time to read all the webcomics I haven't read in like a month.)
And yay for Neko deciding to start updating again! But boo for it not actually being Neko. ;_;
*So* wrong... but so *good*!
Buffy Park - The Comic Adventures of Xander the Wonder Slut

Even wronger... but even *better*.
The Erotic Adventures of Buffy and Evil Vampire Willow

*iz still amused*
X-Files Puppet Theatre

Bonus Puppet Theatre!!!1

...why, yes, now that you ask, this post *does* have no point! What of it?

ETA: ...dude... Nifty!
kaciagemini: (HP - Snape - you fail at life)
( Aug. 4th, 2005 02:18 am)
I need to read webcomic updates from like... the last 2 weeks. For some reason lately I am only able to read webcomics in spurts rather than regularly. I do not have this problem during the school year. Probably because I have nothing else to do at work.

I need to watch last Sunday's ep of QAF.

I need to look over the driver's manual to make sure there is nothign drastic I am forgetting that I will need to be aware of for the test tomorrow. And I need to make sure we have the current insurance card for the Kia actually present in the vehicle. Cuz, yeah, that would be good.
Oh and I need to remember to get a new copy of the Kia's registration while we are at the courthouse tomorrow, so that we will be able to pick up Francisco on post Friday.

And also. I am broke. Well, I'm not actually broke yet, but damn near every dime I have is already allocated toward things that I will need prior to the next time I will get money. (My hopeful estimate is about two weeks into the semester - if it takes longer than that, I will be broker than broke. ;_; )
The good news is that almost everything money-wise that needs to be taken care of in the next 5 or so weeks (including but not limited to concerts, birthdays, anniversaries, and outfitting the dorm bed) has already been taken care of or is allocated for in my self-accounting. So unless anything crazy and random comes up, I will have *enough* money, I will just not have *spare* money. So I'm not *dire*, just sad because I only have about $40 splurge money for the next 5 weeks. It makes my shopping muscle cry. Budgets suck. The new semester needs to be here now. Next summer I am totally getting a job. This sucks.
Is it bad that I want to go to McDonalds and buy a Happy Meal so I can get one of the Neopets toys?

In other news, I had a very weird dream last night...
See... I was pregnant. Neither Jen nor I seemed to be particularly bothered by how this might have come about and for some reason in the dream I apparently didn't know. o.O;; Immaculate conception? Anyway, during the first part of the dream, I guess I flew out to Maryland? And Jen and her mom (who mysteriously didn't seem to hate me anymore... maybe she was happy cuz she was getting grandkids?) came to pick me up and we stopped at Wal-mart, I think it was and suddenly there was like.. something wrong with the baby or something. We called 911 and they said they were sending out a helicopter to get me. I have no idea why they didn't just send an ambulance. But anyway, it took the helicopter an hour and half to get there and by that time I felt okay. I think they still took me in and checked up on me, but I dont really remember that part. The majority of the dream was just us sitting in front of the store trying to figure out what was taking the damn helicopter so long
During the second part of the dream, I'm not sure if I was still pregnant of if I'd already had the kid and it was just... off somewhere. I *think* I was still pregnant. But anyway, me and Jen were looking for an apartment close to campus because they wouldn't let it live in the dorm. (which I guess they probably wouldn't, cuz that would be... odd) Anyway, we couldn't find any apartments close to campus that we could afford, and we were trying to decide what to do. I think I was about to suggest we live at my house and commute when I woke up... still trying to problem-solve how to take care of my imaginary child. Very disturbing.

Apparently I should not go to bed early for it causes my brain to malfunction. I seriously fell asleep at like midnight last night, cuz I didn't feel well. And then I woke up at like 9 AM. Very odd.

I've caught up on all the webcomics that I regularly read.... and I really, really, *really* want a Remly mood theme... even though it costs $9 and I already give Catharsis more money than any other webcomic... and also despite the fact that I already *have* a cute mood theme that I like. Zoe told me I'm not allowed to get it. But I really want to. I could get it and use it whenever I get tired of this one...

Anyway, guess I'll go read some fic and stuff and entertain myself until Bruce is finished cooking.
kaciagemini: (James marsters - chance)
( May. 27th, 2005 04:51 pm)

Today is my mommy's birthday. She is, we have decided, rather than turning 54, simply turning 27 for the second time. This works out well at 27 is her favorite number. (what's not to like? it's 3 to the 3rd power!) Anyway, this reminded me of the other day when I was in the car with Helen, staring up at the stars, and Pink Floyd came on the radio. As I was listening to them singing "We don't need no education. We don't need no thought control." It, in turn, reminded me of a Goosebumps book I read... many moons ago, about a kid who got sent off to this special school that guaranteed to turn even the most troublesome kids into perfect angels. What actually happened was that they made robot copies of the kids to send home with the parents and the real kids got trapped in the walls of the building. What struck me most about the book was the fact that the parents were so happy to have a well-behaved child that they seemingly didn't notice or care that the child wasn't actually *their* child. The thing about the book that creeped me out the most was that parents like that actually *exist*. I know they do; I've *met* people like that. I just don't get why people that think that way *have* kids... I really don't get it. I can understand wanting your child to be the best person they can possibly be, but I don't understand wanting your child to be someone that they aren't. I don't see how that can possibly be a sign of love. Things like that just make me more glad than ever that I lucked out with the mom I got. She may not be the best person in the world, she may not be the best mother in the world (despite what all my friends think) but I have always been grateful for the fact that she loves her kids for themselves rather than any esoteric idea of how "good" they are. It amazes me the most, I think, because she never really wanted kids and ended up with *7*. I would expect her to resent us, considering she's been busy being a mother since she was 17, but I've never seen any sign that she does. She loves us all, equally, even when some of us (who shall remain nameless) act like incredible jerks. She's managed to work out a way to have a life, around her kids, without ever needing to neglect or ignore us. She may not always have been the most attentive parent but I'm willing to forgive her that one as she has a hell of a lot more excuse for it than most parents I know. She's busy, but *never* too busy to love her kids. Maybe sometimes I wish that she'd support me more actively or that she had pushed me harder when I was young, but I don't resent that because I've recognized the one fact that I think some people never realize about their parents. She's just a human being. She's not a miracle worker, she can't read minds, she just does the best she can. And as human beings go, she's a pretty damn good one. Most amazing of all is the fact that she's the kind of person that if I had just met her on the street, I would want to be her friend and be glad to have met her. You don't get to pick your family, but if you did, I'd still pick her. Anyway, even though she doesn't read this (most likely *because* she doesn't read this) Happy Birthday, Mom, I love you. ~Sorry to have sapped up everyone's f-list.~

Yesterday I went to BG with mommy and picked up Jen's clothes (Yay!), then we went and ordered new carpet for my room (Yay!) and a full-size mattress for the new bedframe I'm inheriting (Yay, except for the part where mom and bruce had a conversation about how jen and i will need the space when we come home to visit, cuz that was a little disconcerting and weird). Hung out with Rebecca who is in from FL for a few days. Then, this morning/afternoon after I got up, we went out with Becca's mommy and her lil sisters to play putt putt golf. I suck at miniature golf. A lot. Really. I did manage to beat Izzy. She's five.
When we got home, the carpet had magically arrived (I think Bruce went and picked it up this morning) so we shall soon get on with the laying of carpet. We're doing the back room (next to my room) first, then we're gonna do mine within the next week.
I think I'm getting a cold. I'm feeling all weak and head-achy and scratchy-throaty. Not fun. Grr.
Oh, also yesterday I bought a DVD-holder-shelf-thingie. It's pretty and can hold up to like 128 or something. Me and Zoe put it together and then I started scouring the house trying to find all my DVD's to put on it. When we were getting mommy to look in her room for anything of mine, she also found things she forgot she bought, including but not limited to Underworld (which I haven't seen yet), The Chronicles of Riddick, and the Nickelback cd that has "Feeling Way Too Damn Good" on it. All unopened. My mommy is such a cracker.
Will hopefully be online later. But for now, I have to go help with the carpet. Also, Michael and Margo and Andre came by for a while and they brought the puppy to visit. It's still completely adorable. *runs away*
ETA: Oh yeah, and guess what came today! The shirt Jen got me from QC that says "Aerodynamically Curvaceous". I am very pleased. ^.^
kaciagemini: (Default)
( Apr. 21st, 2005 08:50 pm)
This one's mostly for you, Rita.
(Don't worry, nothing's going to jump out at you.)
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( Apr. 18th, 2005 10:57 pm)
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( Mar. 14th, 2005 09:54 am)
Is this a thinly veiled S*P reference?


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