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Changing the world
one mind at a time
not sure how many of ya'll remember this... 
20th-May-2002 11:41 pm
Oh where oh where are you tonight
Why did you leave me here all alone
I searched the world over and thought I found true love
But you met another and *pbtt* you were gone.

No clue where the Hee-Haw came from, but hey...

Honestly, spent most of my night at work reflecting on the various turns my life has taken these past few years. At the risk of filling my friends' pages up with more of this adolecent angst crap (I mean honestly...I read some of my past posts and feel like I should be in a corset having vapors), I'd just like to metion a few things here.
I've been thinking about this one-act play my ex wrote a few years back called Taming the Lion. The play was mainly a comedy that centerd on a gay man seducing a straight man. (Yes, that ex was F***ed up in the head. Blame his momma. She runs half the porn stores in Columbus.) He said he got the idea based on watching too many nature shows with his bisexual ex. But the more I think about it, and the nice ep of 6 Feet Under last night, I guess I'm beginning to realize that my dating life has been based on choosing men I know I won't last with. It gives me an excuse to play the pining poet stuck in a loft writing bad love sonntets to someone I don't give a s*** about. That and being accused of trying to commit sexual suicide with the number of random encounters I've had since '99 and my last serious relationship. (Not counting Rodger, who can rot in hell.)
So, to hell with all men. I'm not Lord Byron or Percy Shelly. What I need is a nice sedate romance that doesn't make me all gooshy for 3 months until I get bored and go out of my way to piss the other person off.
And a correction for those who got last night's ramble on my roomies. Leo should be changed to Libra. Gemini sent me a nasty note to that effect this morning.
20th-May-2002 09:57 pm (UTC)
Oh lordie, breakin' out the Hee-Haw! That was prime entertainment in my house growing up. The thought of it makes me mildly sentimental, and I'd prolly sit and watch it if I ever caught it on, but dont tell anyone.
20th-May-2002 11:40 pm (UTC)
I'm always amazed at how many people are closet Hee-Haw watchers. Hell, that song and the bad jokes in the cornfield are about all I remember other than the way my dad used to guffaw at it while we waited for Disney's movie of the week to come on.
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