Older blog entries for Iain (starting at number 371)

Teenage Beauty:

  • Roses
  • Carolyn's lipstick
  • Carolyn's underwear
  • Door of the house
  • New car
  • Lamp in the motel room
  • Carolyn's ear-protectors
  • Buddy King's advert
  • Burger joint hat
  • Burger joint logo
  • Carolyn's suit
  • Carolyn's nails
  • Motel logo
  • Radio controlled car
  • Light in the garage
  • Roses framing family photograph
  • Lester's blood on the wall
  • Lester's blood on white wife beater
30 Aug 2001 (updated 7 Aug 2003 at 17:27 UTC) »

I have vague recollections of typing a long entry a few days ago. I think I must have pressed preview instead of post.

Dilemmas all round.

Importers work, but thats boring.

Good luck DV. I won't hold my breath however.

Linuxworld and under 16s. Enh, it's their right to have whatever rules they want, although I do find it a stupid one myself.

GIF image attachment (Flying Windows.scr)

Sircam strikes again.

Where is my mind?

"Food must not be used as a means for political or economic pressure"

<angel voices>
Where are you going?
Where are you going?
Where are you going?
...Repeat and fade.

Last time you turned against us,
You're mine now, you're mine now

I've done very little.
If I get a bike, I can see some more of the wonderful state of Mass-a-chew-sits. If I get a camera, I can take photos of the wonderful state of Mass-a-chew-sits. But...if I get a guitar, I can annoy everyone around me.

MTV makes me wanna smoke crack
Crocodile Dundee 2 makes me wanna go wander in the Australian Outback.
The funny taste in my mouth makes me wanna brush my teeth.

So I have...no more funny taste

All minty fresh.

I want to take night classes in Political Science/Study, but I fear I'd not understand it.

That's the last time you pull this shit on us
So what you gonna, what you gonna do now?

Iain: Cheer up you wanker.
17 Aug 2001 (updated 17 Aug 2001 at 04:49 UTC) »

I hate myself and what I've become more and more each day.

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