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|Aug 10, 1999
|Mon, Nov 3, 2014, 9:33pm
|Upper Darby, Pennsylvania (19082)
|Glitter faery; homicidal flamingo; Frumom; skeptical humanist; Mistress of the Budgiedome; and generally silly, opinionated chocoholic. Drawn to sparkly things; in love with creature comforts; willing partner in mischief and caffeine consumption. Gordon's ho. World's oldest six-year-old. But I'm harmless, really. (mwahahaha)
I believe in karma;
What you give is what you get returned. -- Savage Garden
No doubt your notion is sensible ... but mine is the prettier. -- James Branch Cabell
None the less, I think there is something in me which will endure. I am fettered by cowardice, I am enfeebled by disastrous memories; and I am maimed by old follies. Still, I seem to detect in myself something which is permanent and rather fine. -- Cabell
A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines. . . .
Speak what you think now in hard words, and to-morrow speak what to-morrow thinks in hard words again, though it contradict every thing you said to-day. . . .
To be great is to be misunderstood. -- Ralph Waldo Emerson, with thanks to jaci
before a fool's opinion of himself ... the Gods are powerless. Oh, yes, and envious too! -- Cabell
The wicked thing about both the little and the great 'collective faiths', prehistoric and historic, is that they all, without exception, pretend to hold encompassed in their ritualized mythologies all of the truth ever to be known. They are therefore cursed, and they curse all who accept them, with what I shall call the 'error of the found truth', or, in mythological language, the sin against the Holy Ghost. They set up against the revelations of the spirit the barriers of their own petrified belief, and therefore, within the ban of their control, mythology, as they shape it, serves the end only of binding potential individuals to whatever system of sentiments may have seemed to the shapers of the past (now sanctified as saints, sages, ancestors, or even gods) to be appropriate to their concept of a great society. -- Joseph Campbell
I am the band. -- Murray Foster
Speak your mind, even if your voice shakes. -- Maggie Kuhn
The very least you can do in your life is to figure out what you hope for. And the most you can do is live inside that hope. Not admire it from a distance but live right in it, under its roof. What I want is so simple I almost can�t say it: elementary kindness. Enough to eat, enough to go around. The possibility that kids might one day grow up to be neither the destroyers nor the destroyed. That�s about it. -- Barbara Kingsolver
According to Googlism, Lori Martin is also:
pictured with kindergartners
attack by james macarthur
mostly remembered as the star of the small screen version of "national velvet" that aired on nbc from 1961
from the chippewas of nawash first nation
on a temporary leave of absence from the board
lifestyles editor for the advance
president of trauma management training services
the business editor for boardwatch magazine and a contributing editor for penton's ispworld