I [the poll taker] am aware of your [the OP] love for a specific character on a show. I:
I [the poll taker] have come across a post in someone else's journal that I haven't interacted with detailing their love of a show. I have not watched the show, nor care for the moments I've seen. I:
I have read a post where you [Stoney] are going on and on and on and on about how awesome Connor is. I [the poll taker] can't stand the twerp. I:
I [the poll taker] believe that I have the right to say what I want:
How much wood can a woodchuck chuck? (If a woodchuck could chuck wood?)
*cough* I've been getting comments like this for a few years. DUDE. What the hell, people?
In other news, Big Love!! I have crazy love for that show, even though I think it's a misstep that the Henricksons don't wear garments. I mean, they WERE LDS, even though they've clearly gone off into fundamentalism. (Which is more common that you might think.) [ETA] WHAT THE HELL, LJ??? It just screwed up all that I wrote to the point that I have no idea what I was even TRYING to say. BAH. Show = good. I had issues with a few things that most people won't care about. WHATEVER. *grumpy as shit, now*
I just finished a re-telling of Dorothy Allred Solomon's memoir about growing up in a major polygamist family (her father was murdered by a rival "prophet") and I found it interesting how much she redacted in her second book. The original, "In My Father's House," was pulled from the shelves, incidentally. Taken out were her husband's experiment with polygamy after promising her to be monogamous, in addition to a bout of wife-swapping during the sexual revolution after Vietnam. *cough* She and her husband are active LDS members now, and I wonder if that has anything to do with her "remembering things correctly with the passage of time?" Uh huh. Also, the story itself is compelling, but the over-wrought imagery that all of these LDS (and ex-LDS) writers use wears me out. But the story is fascinating.
I have loads of writing I need to do today. This is both a good and bad thing. :) However, I did just fill my freezer with popcicles, so... Life is pretty sweet over all.