rachg82: (Brennan I love music)
Heyyo. So, it's SEXtember at [livejournal.com profile] bones_ga, and while all my fic-writing focus is currently being spent on the neverending Brennan story I started earlier this year (I swear to God, I WILL finish it before the new season), I still couldn't resist jumping into the fangirl fray in some fashion. Especially since [livejournal.com profile] damnskippytoo suggested sexytimes fanmixing. Now, I don't really do fanmixes, mind you, but y'all know I love me some YouTube linkage & soundtracks. Hence, this puppy here.

Some of these choices will be conventional--obviously having to do with teh nekkidness (ain't nothin' wrong with a little bump & grind)--and some not so much. There are certain romantic songs that make me think of B/B coming together, literally & figuratively, without being obvious about it. A few of you might recognize a couple repeat offenders from previous soundtracks I've made, but that's sort of to be expected. Regardless, I tried to keep this fresh, so hopefully I succeeded in that. There's 22 songs here to choose from, meaning there should be something for just about everyone. And, yes, I know that number's random. It's how I roll.

Remember when I moved in you, the holy dark was moving too )
rachg82: (abed is my homeboy)
I'm bored, headachey, and trying to put off doing my taxes (I know, I know. I HAVE TO DO THEM. It'll take like not even an hour--it's not like I have any dependents or anything. I'll get to it later tonight); ergo, how about a meme?

I swiped this one from [livejournal.com profile] icedteainthebag, and it's muy fun:

Songs In My Pants

1. Put your media player of choice on shuffle.
2. List the first fifteen songs that come up and add "in my pants" to the end.
3. Bold the ones that actually made you LOL.

Here's what I got:

1. Everyone's a Little Bit Racist in My Pants
2. Us in My Pants
3. Mr. Brightside in My Pants
4. Heartbeats in My Pants (I don't know why that made me laugh, hee)
5. Hop a Plane in My Pants
6. Here I Come in My Pants (best ever or BEST EVER?)
7. Like a Star in My Pants
8. Nobody Knows Me At All in My Pants (this is kind of my theme song, aw)
9. Soil, Soil in My Pants (um, ew)
10. A Boy Named Sue in My Pants
11. Feeling Good in My Pants
12. Last Goodbye in My Pants (how sad! Ha)
13. No Letting Go in My Pants
14. Rehab (Glee Cast Version) in My Pants (I'm picturing a tiny cast of Glee, singing, in my pants. Lord help me. That is disturbing.)
15. Cathedrals in My Pants.

To add to the fun, let's make this a soundtrack, eh? This will be good for those who might not know all the songs above, plus it gives me an excuse to post a couple fanvids.

Soundtrack en mis pantalones )

For my Vid of the Day (the above vids don't count--I say so), here's a tribute montage to Shirley by VeritasProductions:

rachg82: (Brennan I love music)
Check it: reppin' the A.M. up in heeya. Went to bed at 1 am and everything. What the crap.

I'm being a slacker though; I'm not ready for my Bones post yet. I need to go back & rewatch & take notes. This was, like, an actual pay-attention-episode with a plot and all, you see. Heh. I have ~thinky thoughts~. Especially since we're gettin' into morally ambiguous areas (i.e. the sniper stuff). Ahhhhh. *rubs hands together…possibly does a sociological dance o' shameful joy*

In the meantime, I thought I'd entertain everyone with some music & vids. I've been neglecting my BSG love lately, which is just not on, as the Brits would say. (Or maybe you wouldn't. Urban Dictionary says you would. So do British sitcoms. Hee. I could of course just mentally reference *actual* British people I've known in real life, but what would be the fun of that?) In order to rectify this matter, I came up with the brilliant (*cough*modest*cough*) plan to combine a mess of songs I like with a mess of BSG fanvids I like.


It's like two birds with one stone. (and hey, even if you don't watch BSG, you still get music out of it)

Especially since you've got a bunch of them all in *one* entry. So uber convenient.

Okay, so actually the point of this is really just to entertain me. I'm feeling sloth-like, sleepy, and trying to put off taking a nap. But let's pretend I'm doing it based on some epic moment of musically-inspired fangirling instead. That makes it sound better.

1. Cathedrals, Jump Little Children.

It doesn't matter how many times I listen to this song, I don't think it's possible to stop loving it.

2. Hallelujah, Rufus Wainwright.

3. Imagine. My fave version is John Lennon, but I like A Perfect Circle's cover as well. *Great* choice for this vid.

And for those of you who like to know random factoids like this, those are my top 3 favorite songs of all time, too (Cathedrals, Hallelujah, & Imagine--the Lennon original)

4. The Perfect Drug, Nine Inch Nails. Ahhh, I LOVE THIS REMIX.

5. Mad World, Alex Parks. My show likes to make its fans cry. Let me show you how. Haha. AND I EAT IT UP WITH A SPOON.

6. Stripped, Shiny Toy Guns. (my show also likes to get its characters nekkid. It's like our reward)

7. My Manic and I, Laura Marling.

8. Viva La Vida, Coldplay.

9. Defend Atlantis, Flobots.

10. How It Ends, Devotchka.

11. Catalyst, Anna Nalick.

12. You Will Make It, Jem. (this one boasts the honor of causing both [livejournal.com profile] sumpta and me to weep softly like a pair of Beatles guitars, per our string of comments below)

13. Pieces, Red.

14. The World Spins Madly On, The Weepies.

15. Hurt, Johnny Cash.

And I'll just stop there, otherwise I'd go on forever.

EXCEPT I do have one request. As far as I can see, no one has made a BSG fanvid to this song yet, and it's one of my absolute favorites. It would be perfectly perfect, & I would love love love if someone would make it for me:

(P.S. if one were creative enough--seeing as I did include it on my first fanfic soundtrack & applied it there to Brennan/The Doctor in the Photo--I could see it working as a Bones vid too. It'd be much more abstract in that case than using it for BSG though. Automatically awesome for that reason as well, however.)

rachg82: (Adama/Roslin reading is sexy)
1. Oh my God, self. Way to sleep in until 5 o'clock in the evening. GO TEAM. So much for taking a Jaunty Woodland Walk today! It is going to be so hard to rearrange this whole owl-like schedule I've fallen into, I swear.

FIVE O'CLOCK. It's not like I've never done it before, but sheesh. That is just ri-donkey kong-ulous.

2. At least I finished my PWP ficlet last night/this morning (whatever, "time". With your "AM/PM" nonsense! I MAKE MY OWN ROTATIONAL AXIS, EARTH. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. Um…or something) Yay.

I do by the way consider it a fic, not a poem, although I'm okay with others calling it that if they want (which some have). cut for some writerly pondering )

3. There are legit snowflakes mixed in outside with the rain right now. It's almost March, yo. This is Oregon. That is simply NOT how we Montell Jordan 'round these parts. (haha, [livejournal.com profile] dosidella, I told you I'd make that a thing)

4. My ficlet wasn't large enough to warrant a full-fledged ginormous soundtrack this time, but I will at least share ten a small army of songs which may or may not have assisted in the writing process. Mini-Fanfic-Soundtrack: You Must Be This Short To Ride. (P.S. that's what she said) )

5. I'm about thisclose to calling Southland the BSG of cop shows. It's getting there. I can feel it. It's not *quite* there yet (Sammy held back! If he'd gone for it--and by "it", you know what I'm talking about--I would've given it that title. I was partially convinced he was about to turn the gun on himself), but it's on its way. The lighting, the gritty realism, the "We're gonna make you watch this scene with one hand over your mouth, because you KNOW WE AIN'T AFRAID TO BRING IT & we might be about to throw down, son"-shit, the acting, the *human* drama & comedy, the directing, allll of ittttt. I love it, love it, love it. I'm not at all cool with there being only a couple more eps left this season. THAT IS UNACCEPTABLE.

Ooh, and? I have a new theme song for John Cooper. Trick love da kids!. Hahahaha. Seriously though, I love what a freakin' SOFTIE he is every time anything comes up with foster kids. He just loses his shit. Screamin' at case workers, prowling the town, you name it. Then he slowly walks up to the kid like a gentle Mama Bear (or perhaps like a lion with a thorn in its paw--so many similes, so little time), and it's like, "I'm sorry. Who are you, again? Aren't you usually the hard ass?" Hee. I LOVE HIM. He's my favorite, after Lydia.

Come to think of it, oh my God, he's kind of an Adama. I wonder if he furiously brushes his teeth in the morning with a Care Bear Glare Stare & flails paint around when he cries?

6. Parenthood last night was am-aaaaa-zing, as usual. That show really, really gets the dynamic between siblings when it comes to having an addicted/shitty parent. Everything that went down in that storyline was just A++++. Also? Ha HA! at that scene with Syd and her grandparents. I've told you guys before about the time I was a kid & my stepmom ordered me to stay at the table until I ate her taco salad, right? Yeah, I stayed there until bedtime & didn't eat a bite. I WILL NOT EAT YOUR LETTUCE, WOMAN. I TOLD YOU & YOU DIDN'T LISTEN.

The clip with Max and the TV brought back some memories for me too, I have to admit. I'd like to think of myself as having been a good kid (and I really was, considering everything I had to deal with around me), but honestly? I raised some hell at times. Only rarely to that type of degree (that I remember), but when it did happen, it would be triggered by similar things--something not being done the same way as before/as planned/feeling out of control, etc. Like, you'll notice that whole argument for him started by him being upset that she didn't start the homework at the same time that Abby (his behavioral aid) did. He expected to still be allowed to watch TV, because she hadn't followed the rules properly herself; ergo, it was irrational of her in his opinion to expect him to. In my case, the particular memory that it inspired was different, but I just remember screaming at the top of my lungs at my stepmom because she wasn't washing my hair "right" in the bathtub (obviously I was still relatively young at the time), and how she told me years later she'd end up leaving the bathroom in tears sometimes because she didn't know what to do with me. I'd freak if she didn't bend my ears down ~just right~ (so no water would go in), I'd freak if she'd use the "wrong" type of glass for rinsing out the shampoo, et cetera. It was a whole big thing. And when I say "screamed at the top of my lungs"? I mean high-pitched, full-bodied *screamed*. Sitting there shaking & bawling, having a complete breakdown. "YOU'RE DOING IT WRONG! THAT'S NOT HOW YOU DO IT! I WANT MY MOTHER! YOU'RE NOT MY MOTHER! I TOLD YOU TO DO IT LIKE *THIS*! YOU'RE STUPID!" My dad would have to walk in & try to intervene, bla bla bla. It ended with me "teaching" her the proper methods of bath giving, and eventually she just didn't give me baths while I was there (I'd just wait to wash my hair until I got home since I couldn't rinse it myself "the right way", at least until I was older & started showering, which wasn't until I was at least eleven or so--I was intimidated/scared of the shower & remember feeling like I didn't know "how" to do it). Yeah. Er, SORRY ABOUT ALL THAT, MARY. Heh. God.

I'm really looking forward to next week's episode, by the way. Max learning about his ASD will make that plotline contain so much more depth than it already does, which is saying a lot. I will be really bummed if Abby stays away though. I liked her. (Jasmine bugs me, too. Ugh. I still want her on the show, don't get me wrong, but I'm not sure if she & Crosby are right together.)

7. I can't believe we have to wait two more weeks for Bones. What kind of shenanigans is this?

8. I really want ice cream right now. I choose to blame [livejournal.com profile] keenai for this.

9. I also feel like rewatching a BSG ep right now. Which one should I choose? (I'm leaning towards "33" since I was talking about it with Jen the other day, but I'm open to recommendations)

10. My Vid of the Day today comes from thay2504. I randomly came across it on YouTube last night, and omg the flaily hands it gave me. FLAILY HANDS. That ending! Brennannnnnnnn. You are my homegiiiiiiirrrrrrl.

rachg82: (Brennan I love music)
Take a look at your clocks--do you know what time it is? No, not Hammer Time. It's MUSIC TIME. Oh, baby.

*sounds trumpets*

Fanfic Soundtrack and whaaaaaat.

I will even take pity on your poor souls & merely link to the songs this time, rather than embed the vids. I thought including them within the actual post was better, because I personally hate having to open a new window/tab every second (so tedious), but then I found out doing so made people's browsers all "WHY DO YOU HATE ME?", so…yeah. Not so much.

Also, unrelated, but: am I the only one who hates using ALT+0133 to create an ellipsis vs. simply typing out the three dots? I hate how close together it makes the periods look; however, I know it's correct.

Moving on.

Just like last time, this soundtrack will be comprised of many things:

-songs that influenced the story.
-songs that played in the background & had absolutely nothing to do with the story.
-songs that reminded me of the story as I was writing it. Like a songfic in reverse! Hee.
-songs that remind me of the characters.
-songs that remind me of season 6.
-songs. Haha.[/obvious sarcasm]

Hot diggity dog. "That sounds like a lot of songs!", you might be saying to yourself. Well, you'd be right. Obviously, no one's going to sit & listen to all of these in one stretch. I'd suggest keeping it open in a separate window & coming back to it/letting it play while you do your thing elsewhere on zee interwebz.

Or ignore it. Whichever floats your boat. Either way, I'll still be able to come back to this playlist later & remember the experience. That's pretty much my main objective for doing these things.

Fanfic Soundtrack Part Deux: Electric Boogaloo )

*eta: Oh yes, and I was going to follow up on my fic here & add a few post-writey things (i.e. there was definitely a cathartic element to some of what got included. Now that it won't be a spoiler, I feel free to talk about it), but I'm tired now (so much linking!), so I'll come back to that later if I still want to. And obviously there'll be no Vid of the Day this time, because--seriously. Come on now.
rachg82: (Angry!Bones)
[livejournal.com profile] keenai, you should really try to stop being right all the time. It's a bit creepy.

~Direct quote~

When we were talking at my last session, I would be all, "I'm great! Things are picking up! Life is wonderful! I have rage!"

My response?

Tears. Down my face. You just made me laugh so hard.


Ahhh, welcome to the lives of ACAs. Good times, good times.

I'm gonna go to a meeting tonight. I need to be around fellow bitter people who understand my vile, fist-clenching sadness & want to be happy. It rises up in you when you least expect it, for no reason, over something as simple as someone just not *getting* you, and UGH. You just don't have the patience for fuckery. Your quota was met long ago. You take things very seriously & niceness is a supreme effort. Even a hint that covert bullshit is being defended by "it was only sarcasm/you're too sensitive" is enough to create the fires of mordor in your eyes.

Stupid jokes make you want to storm home & take your toys with you. "THIS WORLD SUCKS!"

It's not your fucking problem; it's theirs. And yet.

Chill the hell out, self. God damn.

Hence, time for a meeting. Good thing I made that resolution. (*edited to add: except I'm apparently full of FAIL today, because I didn't get ready on time & now I'm gonna be late & it's cold out & BLAH. I can go another day, right? I mean, there are seven days in a week, and technically, my scheduled day to go is Saturday. I was over-achieving today. Except I kinda wanted to go tonight too because that nice girl was there last time on a Monday. And she was cute. Probably straight though. And going to Chile. Hmph.)

The ticking time bombyness makes sense too, I suppose, considering the memory that came up for me last night as I was falling asleep. )

My instinct here is to say "it's okay" or "but I'm fine." But you know what? It's not okay. I'm not fine. I mean, because what the hell is "fine", anyway?

Once again, [livejournal.com profile] keenai says it best:

I'm used to just saying "it's fine, whatever" and it's not fine, whatever.

I read this book, and the character's AA sponsor said fine = fucking insecure neurotic and emotional. Fine is not a real emotion. So when we're saying we're fine, we're saying we're FINE and need to put a real emotion/feeling to it.

It's true.

When I was seeing my counselor last year, we did a few sessions of meditation where she asked me to focus on where I felt things, what they would look like if I could describe them in visual/physical terms, how does it feel if I imagine setting them aside before putting them back in, and so on. Keenai suggested a similar concept to me the other day, which I found to be very practical:

Another thing I've started doing is (and I walked my friend through this): What do you feel? Where do you feel it? Why is it making you feel [x]?

It's almost the same, but with the very important addition of the "why". For instance, if you're sad & feeling sick to your stomach, acknowledge it. Obviously, 90+ percent of the seretonin in your body resides in your abdomen (interesting, right?), but go deeper than that--specifically, what emotions are causing those reactions & WHY? What thoughts are you having? What are you telling yourself? About you? About others? Is there shame? Is there disgust? Is there fear? What? The book I mentioned the other day ("The Adult Child's Guide To What's Normal") has a whole section explaining & describing how emotions feel for ACAs, specifically because we obviously never learned how to correctly identify them, but I imagine that's got to be a useful practice for just about anyone.

Also? Reading it, I couldn't help but think of Booth. Ha.

Brennan: What are you feeling, Booth?
Booth: What? Since when do you care about feelings?
Brennan: I care about feelings.
Booth: *eyebrow*
Brennan: Also, Cam asked me to ask you.
Booth: I feel fine. Can we talk about something else now?
Brennan: I've been told that fine is not a real emotion.
Booth: *sighs* What?
Brennan: What do you FEEL, Booth? *pokes him in the forehead*
Booth: I'm starting to feel angry, now. Thank you.
Brennan: Where?
Booth: What? Right here. *waves hand in the air* Where we're standing.
Brennan: Where in your body? How does it feel to be angry?
Booth: Bones, you're being too literal, okay? When people feel angry, they're just. . .angry. Mad, pissed off--y'know, ANGRY.
Brennan: You realize you're simply using random synonyms to describe the same word. I'm not asking what other people feel. I'm asking what you feel. Do you even know?
Booth: No, okay? Is that what you want to hear? I'm a freak. Happy?
Brennan: *smiles* Me too.

AND THEN THEY HIGH FIVE. Freak solidarity FTW.



For my Vid of the Day, I've got a mini-soundtrack for y'all. cut to make room for some good ole fashioned, fun-filled bitchfacin' )
rachg82: (Default)
Oh, Modern Family. Oh, Cam. Oh, Mitch. Oh, ALL OF YOU. "Sweet Valley High!"

And might I say, God bless the fact that I didn't jump on board the Psych express until only recently, because it means I constantly get to watch reruns on USA like they're brand new episodes. Just sayin'. It had me laughing so hard last night I literally had to wipe tears from my eyes. The one where they prove Gus' parents are innocent? The tell-tale heart? The rocking chair? "Normaaaan!" I was DYING.

Except apparently one of them was new-ish; I'd just missed it somehow. "The Polarizing Express", i.e. the 2010 Christmas episode. How did I manage to miss that?! Either way, loved it. It had a chocolate snowman Gus! And giant lactose-free milk! I mean, really.

Interrupting this TV lovefest for, um, more TV: guess what comes back in exactly two weeks, guys? BONES. Sound the trumpets. Gather the troops. What troops, you say? Duh, the hard liquor soft drinks & snacks, obviously. We're gonna need somethin' to get us through the rest of this season, you know. In my case it'll be rocking & pacing.

. . .just kidding. Probably.

Actually, in all seriousness, I have the feeling things will be fine between our beloved duo before too long. Heh. But it's fun to be overdramatic, especially when so much of the fandom is that way for real.[/said with love]

Years ago, during the brief golden era when my sister and I got along & were friends, we used to have a joke about overdramatic people who always thought the world was ending (you know the type). Every time we'd spot one (or if either of us was acting that way about something), we'd put on our old man voices and go, "BUT WHAT ARE WE GONNA DO WHEN THE BANKS FAIL?!" I don't even remember where it came from, but it was hilarious. Fandom makes me think of that old man voice sometimes. Ha.

Anyway, enough about TV. As for why my mood says "discontent," I don't actually feel like going deeply into it right now (I might later, we'll see), but it involves the dreams I've been having, which--if last night is any indicator--are getting increasingly disturbing. Maybe I can buy a family-issues-specific dreamcatcher to hang over my bed.

At least it got me up before noon today, though! Hey, bright side.

What I *would* like to do right now is my 1994 soundtrack. Awww yeah.

Jump in your way-back machines, y'all. It's about to get flannel-y up in here. )

And that's it, folks! HELL OF A LOT OF SONGS, EH? (when did I become Canadian?)

No Vid of the Day today, because, seriously. I might break LiveJournal.
rachg82: (personal slogan)
Things I should be doing right now: showering, looking for work, taking down my fake Christmas Tree.

Things I am doing instead: hanging out here. Wasting time. Preparing to unload massive linkage & rambling, as per usual. (Feel special)

Hey, it's not my fault I love you all so much. Okay, so it is (damn free will). But let's pretend it's not.

To the point (like I ever have only one): I'm feeling the urge today to, A. go on a multi-purpose musical tangent, B. rec some fics, and C. exhale some wordy stuff about stuff. In that order.

Let's roll.

A. It's been far too long since I overloaded your guys' computers with YouTube song vids. Totally unacceptable. Because I'm random, this time I'm going to make the soundtrack '80s-tastic, with a side of HBIC-liciousness. And throw in a few unrelated modern songs while no one's looking. Like to hear it, here it goes. )

B. Fic-reccin'. [livejournal.com profile] bloodwrites was asking recently if anyone had any good XF fic recs and I of course was like, "haha, *do* I? You don't know who you're dealin' with, lady." I figured I'd share at least three with you all as well. (all can be found here at the Gossamer Project)

-"Contact High" by Penumbra
-"Aquinnah" by Anjou
-"Good Vibrations" by Lysandra

The first two are serious recs & the last is a cracky crack-filled romp o' drunken hilarity & vibratin' goodtimes. Obviously, I have so many others I could rec as well, but I felt I would be remiss not to pass on at least a few when I've got a freakin' library of authors & titles chillin' up in my brain. The knowledge should be put to use somehow.

P.S. If you don't watch XF, but watch Bones? Read 'em anyhow. I swear, a good majority of XF fic can be read as Bones fic if you simply do "find & replace" with the names. Which I've sooo done, btw. NO SHAME. Haha. And if you don't watch *either* show? They're still well-written & entertaining stories. Worth a read.

C. Wordage. I had a few things on my mind this evening and that's sort of what this journal is for (when I'm not killing everyone's brains with vids, that is), so forgive me while I take a moment to ramble aimlessly. I am a social failbot. Ask me how! )

For my Vid of the Day (yep, still including one. Music Fest above didn't count), we're gonna throw some love to Max via this Halloween clip since I was mentioning him above. Love. this. kid. so. muchhhhh.

rachg82: (Brennan I love music)
We're getting closer to the end of the year, folks, and you know what that means--a hot mess of retrospective entries full o' nothing but time-wastin' tomfoolery. I just can't help myself, what can I say? I love this kind of stuff.

I'll probably do another "Best of" TV post again, similar to last year's, except obviously this time without it being dedicated to an entire decade, but we'll see. I'll need to do some vid-hunting first, if so. The usuals will be bound to pop up (XF, BSG, Bones, Buffy, etc), but there'll probably be a few new ones this year too: Dollhouse, Southland, Parenthood, Firefly, Caprica, Parks & Recreation, Modern Family, Vanguard, Infomania, etc.

I may even put together a personal photo collage of some kind, though I'm still debating whether that should simply be included within the Year in Review, amidst quotes. That may make the review too long though, especially if I get indecisive about which pics to post, so I think I like the idea of a separate entry for that. Looking at them all put together, whether it be in a literal collage or just a select few posted in a row, should make for a good walk down memory lane.

Today, what I'd like to do is create a giant little soundtrack to bid 2010 adieu. As with the fanfic soundtrack I did a while back, this will be chock-full of songs, so look at it as something you can come back to if you want, and/or a nice thing to kick back with & unwind to when you have a few hours to spare & nothing to do. Everyone loves music, right? And you know I always embed YouTube vids, 'cause I fully support lazyness like that. (who wants to make people download shit & open multiple tabs? So annoying)

Like to hear it, here it goes )

Obviously, with all those songs, this entry doesn't really need a Vid of the Day, but I'm going to be sneaky & include one anyway since this one fits. Behold, my favorite vid of the year:

There is heat & freezing, be a testament.

rachg82: (Dancing!Bones)
I actually wrote a whole big thing tonight jam-packed with lots & lots of family-related verbosity, but I'm just gonna save it as a private entry for now & may or may not post it in the future. Don't worry, nothing new has happened; it's just some memory-stuff, but y'know, heads-up. I should just write a memoir & get it over with. It'd probably end up rivalling the Mahabharata in length, though.

For now, since I have a migraine & need something to distract me (I slept in wayyyy late today, so I'm nowhere near tired yet), I thought it would be fun to get all music-y with you guys. I love when people rec me stuff (P.S. [livejournal.com profile] 5brokenfingers, I do plan on listening to those songs we talked about over the next couple days & will report back. *salutes*), so I can only assume at least a few of you might appreciate the same thing. Always fun to hear new music, right?

In this case, the playlist will be especially quirky, as it'll be comprised of the songs that either inspired or accompanied the writing of my fanfic. Good times, yes? I'll also be including the poem I quoted in the story (in case anyone didn't know it, though I doubt that's probable) + an excerpt of my writing from when I was 19 which kinda showed up as well + the random XF reference I threw in which may or may not have gone unnoticed. I LIKE TO BE RANDOM. Heh.

Playlist Powers: Activate! )

Whew. Now, I know no one could possibly have time to listen to all of those songs in one sitting, but I hope it gave you guys some good options for the future & that you enjoyed any you did listen to (or at the very least found my commentary interesting. Hey, you never know). Peace out, homebizzles.

*edited to add: P.S. I'm super behind on my friends-list, so don't me surprised if you guys start getting a bunch of random comments from me on old entries over the next few days, 'kay?

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