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Monday, 17 March 2008


Fun to say, easy to do, it's a MEME! Are you excited? I know you're excited.

As you may know, I'm going to be sans internet for just over a week, so you've got that long to tell me what you'd like me to blog about.

Copied and pasted from Ben's blog:

“Everyone has things they blog about. Everyone has things they don't blog about. Challenge me out of my comfort zone by telling me something I don't blog about, but you'd like to hear about, and I'll write a post about it. Repost in your own journal if you are so inclined.”

It's actually quite similar to something I wrote a while ago, but I can't find it.

If you actually find something that is 'out of my comfort zone', I'll give you one Jeremy Paxman star.


  1. In a recent interview with Joni Mitchell (showing my age again) she said that she preferred painting to poetry and quoted someone who said that all poetry involved was "muddying the waters to give them the appearance of depth"

    1) Source the quote for me
    2) Discuss!
    3) Buy and listen to 'Blue' if you haven't already done so (listen with Gav and share the experience) and tell me that Joni Mitchell isn't a poet!

    Blessings in your tech-less state.

    Finished Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. Two down one to go. Yawn


  2. Are humans naturally competitive or cooperative?

  3. This is honestly not designed to offend you, but in search of that one Jeremy Paxman star:

    A) If you'd been born to a poor family in an Indian village and raised Hindu, what religion do you think you would be now?

    B) What are the implications of your answer for your faith?

  4. Hey hunny!!!!
    How's Paris? Hope all is well. Anyway the reason behind my post have you ever noticed that there is only one letter difference between you and Anna Freud....and the u and e are the other way round....but other than that you could be the same person!!!
    Oh and while I'm here on't you dream anymore!?!?! (Damn thing doesn't have an interrabang!)
    OK question outside your comfort ok:

    1- Don't you think that faith as an idea pigeonholes people into not to experience things that are forbidden in certain scriptures.
    2- Does it worry you that whilst some people do use religion in a nice way a lot of people just use it as an excuse to be extremely crappy to each other (from the KKK to muslim extremists to the crusades)
    3- Don't you think that by having an eternal afterlifethere is a strong message that this life doesn't matter. And in retrospect people deciding to be good is like a fetus worryong about being good or bad before going onto a 'new life'
    4- The scriptual ideas of good or bad were written in a mysoginistic and gynophobic society several centuries ago don't you think that they should be re-examined?

    More as events warrent - LOVE YOU ANNA!!!!!!!!!!! =D


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