Separate names with a comma.
Wanting to join the rest of our members? Feel free to sign up today.
Discussion in 'Anathema' started by ashure, Mar 31, 2003.
I once read some of Ghostie's blog, that was enough of blogs for a lifetime.
The Traceless Warrior produces some decent thoughts though.
strange that you mention Ghostie now... do you know something about her btw?
I had enough of blogs when I was told about some parts of my ex-classmate's, where he just sad everything bad about everyone he (as remember) loved, or pretended to love eye-to-eye. some of my friends really got sad (and some of them angry) realising he just played,and i can understand how they felt...
@MDG: Yeah, I shouldn't have laughed at that before checking it out. But confusion is the mother of discovery.
Hehe, I just heard a very similar story.
I don't know anything about Ghostie, btw.
I dont bother with the whole blog thing they're usually crap
but i think i came across those two on a discussion list for violence, stabbing things etc, they stand out a bit
Matt thornton lays down the correctness quite often too, usually goes over my head tho
though I tend to hate blogs I was close to start one some years ago, only for that my typing is much faster than my handwriting, and I was lazy to write a diary, but I wanted to have one somehow. but I never had a single thought of showing it to anyone, actually I only wanted to write it in Microsoft Word or something like that, not online, but I didn't manage to do this either.
I am always worrying about my memories to fade (even if I have a rather sharp mind in this case, wish I had the same while studying...) but after a while it all falls apart; eg. when I really don't have the time one day, and the other day I have to write down 2 days, and in the end I just give it up
er, that's my experience of trying it about 3 times... shit
I was thinking of this the other day, why is it that if you speak to yourself (or sing even) and others see it they think you're mad, when writing a diary is just okay, though it's just the same, only in writing. I don't know why speaking to yourself is considered mad.
No way, I can't believe that.
I remember when we lived in my granny's house there were chickens and one of them got stuck in between the gate and the gatepole. In a short time it managed to cut its own head half off as it was trying to escape, it was gruesome. My granny had to kill it.
oh my... I'm not really sure about this link... I mean don't know if I should cry or laugh