May 9th, 2001

scotto monkeypulse

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Well, it's finally happened.... the Menstrual hut now has more people interested in it than my personal journal does. :) I'm not sure how many folks the museum of menstruation brought in, but I imagine that it's certainly a factor... I'm very thankful that sweetalyssm inadvertently gave me the idea to start up the community, and wrote such a lovely letter to MUM, too.

Anyhow... I'm impressed... the child has surpassed the father in it's growth, and I'll be very interested in seeing how far it goes! I'm so happy... I've really had a bare minimum of troublesome folk there, too.

in other news - updated about 10:30am

Headed out early for walkies today... too beautiful out to stay in. has a link to a beach not too far from where I do my roaming. :) On a good day, I've walked there, and taken a bus back. :)

The walk was nice, but it got a little hot...traffic was heavier than normal today, too. An inordinate number of people with pets.
scotto monkeypulse

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I'm curious... (a certain waffer has me wondering now)

Just check false at the bottom if you disagree with all of 'em. :)

do you feel you or your journal falls into any of these categories?

* passively resists fulfilling routine social and occupational tasks
* complains of being misunderstood and unappreciated by others
* is sullen and argumentative
* unreasonably criticizes and scorns authority
* expresses resentment toward those perceived as more fortunate
* voices exaggerated and persistent complaints of personal misfortune
* alternates between hostile defiance and contrition.

I checked 4 or more..

scotto monkeypulse

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Current music in my mp3 rotation -

White Zombie
Rob Zombie
Dave Matthews Band
James Brown
Strapping Young Lad
Southern Culture on the Skids
Reverend Horton Heat
Los Straitjackets
The Cramps
Man...or Astroman?
The Mermen
Butthole Surfers
The Red Elvises
Dick Dale & the Deltones
The Ventures
Johnny Cash
George Thorogood & the Destroyers
Alien Sex Fiend
Elvis Presley
scotto monkeypulse

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Getting ever more nifty...

Thank you, discovery channel!

Hundreds of scrolls, reduced to lumps of coal by the 750-degree Fahrenheit cloud that wrapped the ancient Roman city of Herculaneum during Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D., are rising from the volcano's ash in what could be the most significant rediscovery of classical literature since the Renaissance.

Among the works scholars hope to read using the new technology are Aristotle's lost 30 dialogues, philosophical work by Epicurus, erotic poems by Philodemus, Virgilius's lost eclogue, scientific work by Archimedes and lesbian poetry by Sappho.
scotto monkeypulse

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Turn yourself in!

Tell me something you've done that's illegal...the most non-legal thing you've done?

If you're nervous, my journal is anonymous-friendly.(I'd prefer to know who you are, though.. I won't turn you in)