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  • Dream Deep
    Dec 5, 2007

    You'll have an uprising in the Balkans within about fifteen minutes, I'd wager. I'll um... you know. Flee to nice vodkafied Russia and let you deal with it. ;)

    And you're quite welcome for the card. ^_^

    Expect a package to trail on in after it, haha. Any day now, hopefully...

  • Dream Deep
    Dec 4, 2007

    [quote:87b09b03e1="Bjorn"]They don't call me a drug for nothing then ^^;; Haha[/quote:87b09b03e1]

    You know, I read that and thought of that infamous all-night writing spree from Hell - you recall it? We stayed up 'til three in the morning, chatting on MSN in between random fits and starts of The Chair. (To be honest, I think I'm still recovering from the mass amounts of coffee intake). In any event, I messaged you the next morning to apologize for the rambling nature of the previous night's 'caffiene-high'. You said something about being high on life, and in the end, we concluded that a caffiene-high plus a Dan-high is a disasterous combination. ^_^

    ...Just wait 'til the Council gets to Europe:

    [i:87b09b03e1]Dan-highs! Caffiene-highs! Defective frappucino machines! Trotskyites!

    MASS HYSTERIA![/i:87b09b03e1]

  • Dream Deep
    Dec 4, 2007

    [quote:0c605431c4="Bjorn"]Have you forgotten the mob of fellow cafe-swarming Trotskyites? :wink:[/quote:0c605431c4]

    Not at all! ...merely fellow players of the game, co-saviors of that which would otherwise by a sadly caffiene-deficient fraternity. ^_^

  • Dream Deep
    Dec 3, 2007

    [b:f2d764747f]Trotsky: The Blight of Europe, Apparently[/b:f2d764747f]...

    Believe it, hon - you're destined to become the salvation of the world in the guise a frappucino machine conman.


  • Thank-you, Thank-you!

  • Happy biiiiiirthdayyy!

  • Happy Birthday!

  • Happy Birthday Dan! :o

  • Dream Deep
    Sep 12, 2007

    [quote:da1f2b185a="Bjorn"]It seems I've lurked from beneath that nasty writer's block and returned to this most esteemed establishment. Expect me more around, school has tied me to home ^_~ How ironic...[/quote:da1f2b185a]

    Perhaps I'll finally be able to steal a glance at that poem, then, [i:da1f2b185a]da[/i:da1f2b185a]? ^_^'

  • Dream Deep
    Sep 10, 2007

    ... Well then I'm glad I've only been faced directly with the kind and aimable. ;)

  • It can also be quite crude and direct ^_~

  • Dream Deep
    Jun 28, 2007

    See, now if you had kept up with your Croatian classes, I might have some vague idea of what all of that in italics meant. But if its any consolation, it looks quite nice. ^_~

    I look forward to more of your writing or course - and seeing you around here as well as over MSN. ^_^



    EDIT: [i:5bde27ebcb]Oh[/i:5bde27ebcb]. Haha... ah, we'll say that Croatian's just condusive to suave strings of words, then, [i:5bde27ebcb]da[/i:5bde27ebcb]? ^_~

  • Dream Deep
    Jun 11, 2007


    I can't get ahold of you on MSN for some reason - this is just my luck, see. The one moment I have something to tell you, something that motivates me especially to find a computer, log on and seek you out directly... well, this is, of course, the one time you're offline. ^_~

    I shall leave half a rambling signing here, though, and thank you for the suggestion on Laibach. [i:2f0a492ff7]Volk[/i:2f0a492ff7] arrived today. At first I found it a bit redundant but the more I listened to it, the more I understood the nuances of melody and musicality.

    [i:2f0a492ff7]Hvala[/i:2f0a492ff7]. ^_^

  • Goldenheart
    Apr 17, 2007

    My question was about Middangeard. It seems the group is rather dormant, and I wondered why, and whether I ought to join it anyway. A Tolkien usergroup ought to be the most animated of them all, shouldn't it?


  • Goldenheart
    Apr 12, 2007

    Hello, Bjorn.

    Well! I must say this is odd. I tried at least four times to send you a PM, and it did not work. I had a question for you.

    Anyhoo, thought I'd come say hi. See you around!


There are those who say that life is like a book, with chapters for each event in your life and a limited number of pages on which you can spend your time. But I prefer to think that a book is like a life, particularly a good one, which is well to worth staying up all night to finish.
— Lemony Snicket