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Methods of doing things, everyone has their own method. a method written out properly can teach and enable others to do the same thing and repeat the process. There’s method to the madness. This is really freaking difficult and probably the longest 60 seconds ever.

» Posted By danielle On 08.01.2012 @ 6:26 am

the art of getting something done in a skillful and planned and manipulated way. it’s like working with tools that you’ve designed and directed. it’s control and purging of madness. it’s moving in ways that only you approve, in a logical rhythm that you beat on your own self-proclaimed drum.

» Posted By Danielle On 07.31.2012 @ 11:07 pm


He lost it all in a split second. One second he was standing there the next he fell, clutching his chest and leaving behind his best friend. And the friend was mad, he fought with all he had

» Posted By Danielle On 07.30.2012 @ 5:56 pm


it was all done by principle by our principal. Mr. Horseman had the hoarsest voice any of the students had ever heard but he never let them down, only once. When he canceled the homecoming on account of the team not being able to come home due to a storm in town over.

» Posted By Danielle On 07.29.2012 @ 3:12 pm


fuses. they light. there’s electricity between them. I am a fuse, sometimes it’s short, sometimes it’s longer. I would like to work on that…..yes i would. I dont really know what else to write about fuses so blah blah blah blah why is fuses even a word. Fuuuuuuseessssssss

» Posted By danielle On 07.23.2012 @ 3:56 pm


filthy people that arnt always in the wrong. than i guess there not ALL filthy. but suspects are not the people i want to hang out with i mean come one the cops are hot no one wants that in their life. DO you?Look at me and tell me the truth you fucking theif said that detective. sit on my face bitch the suspect said back. bam bitch YOUR DEAD

» Posted By Danielle On 07.20.2012 @ 12:03 pm


Patrolling the area was beginning to seem monotonous. Her mind was circling as much as her feet in the boots issued to her by the head security guard. Was this really worth it?

» Posted By Danielle On 07.19.2012 @ 8:34 pm


Decorations, decorations everywhere. The party wasnt to start for another hour or so, but we were more than prepared. Streamers, confetti, and everything in between.

» Posted By Danielle On 07.16.2012 @ 5:33 pm


There wonce was door that I saw in my room and it hadnt been there before, one day I went to go through it but couldnt find the doorknob, I looked and looked but I couldnt find one. I tried to pry it open and bust it open but it wouldnt budge, I searched everywhere for the doorknob, but there was none. And to this day I still wonder what could’ve bene behind that door in my closet, or how it had gotten there? I wonder what I would have found?

» Posted By Danielle On 07.13.2012 @ 12:51 pm


it was hot that day when i found the bucket it was bright red and ill never forget about it. what was inside that bucket was a head of a rotting face or a man that used to work in town. he was the clerk at the market he had gone missing several days ealier and the rest of his body was found the following day

» Posted By danielle On 07.08.2012 @ 9:41 pm


I used to have this pair of overalls when I was a kid. I thought it was pretty fashionable. Although, looking back, it probably wasn’t. They weren’t very comfortable either. Even if I tried to convince myself that they were. But I’m pretty glad they’re out of style now, being completely honest.

» Posted By danielle On 07.07.2012 @ 5:55 pm


Scientific exploration of space and time. I hated science in school, but now that I’m out of school science fiction has been amazing at expanding my imagination and view our universe. I guess you would call me a sci-fi nerd, but I’m ok with that. I know a lot of nerds like me, so I am kind of normal within my little circle.

» Posted By Danielle On 07.05.2012 @ 1:30 pm


Dial up. Squealing, scathing sounds. Two hours max on my BBS. Do they still make modems? Am I a luddite for wondering that?

» Posted By Danielle On 07.04.2012 @ 9:03 pm

There’s nothing worse than not knowing exactly what the function of an object is. Especially modem. I know it has to do with a computer but I couldn’t tell you the exact definition. In fact, I think if you had a gun to my head and asked me what a modem does, I really couldn’t tell you.

» Posted By danielle On 07.04.2012 @ 5:53 pm


Today is Saturday, and I am disappointed. What is it exactly with these days that we store them with all of our dreams and wishes, stuff them with expectation. Why do we wait for this? Shouldn’t we celebrate every day like Saturday?

» Posted By Danielle On 06.30.2012 @ 6:47 am


i love a lot of different soups. my favorite will probably be broccoli and cheddar. then miso. got to love miso. i am soup queen. the end loves. eat some soup.

» Posted By danielle On 06.25.2012 @ 11:50 pm


I dwell on the past, so often. Letting things go is harder than it seems to be sometimes. But the more I dwell on things the more I seem to loose the reality of it. Facts get stretched to fiction and my feelings morph until I forget where I am and how I got here. Dwelling so much on the past makes you forget where you are in the present. It makes a future seem non-existent. WELL, like a well. When you fall in a well you can’t usually get out. Unless there is help. I needed that help. Those that I love have watvhed me be a vegetable, rotting inside my own body. Always thinking. They were there for me. Now I can dwell on how lucky I am. I can dwell on all the good they have done for me and make sure that I repay them and the rest of the world by giving people something to dwell on. Something good. I will give everyone a place in there brain that will never go away where they try to figure out why some people do nice things for no reason like my loved ones did for me. The only way to stop thinking about these good things and dwelling on them is to do something good for no reason. Give the feeling of good dwelling to someone else.

» Posted By Danielle On 06.23.2012 @ 8:42 pm

She continued to dwell on the day that changed her life. It should have been an ordinary day, but it’s pain hung over her shoulders still, bending her forward like a woman twice her own age. On the days that she allowed herself, she got lost in the memory.

» Posted By Danielle On 06.23.2012 @ 2:24 pm


Arms. Smelly. Gross. Ew. Eh. Pit stains. Pat fell in the pit. Pat fell in the pit at the bottom of the well. Pete found pat in the pit of the well at the bottom of the hell. Pat was wet.

» Posted By Danielle On 06.19.2012 @ 9:17 pm


Keen thoughts in keen minds
are keen ideas that change times.

» Posted By Danielle On 06.18.2012 @ 12:20 pm


When I see the word “cathedral”, I think about the Cathedral of Learning, which is the symbol of my school (the University of Pittsburgh). It’s a huge building – majestical and inspiring – which stands for the students and alumni as a sign of the greatness that we aspire to become.

» Posted By danielle On 06.14.2012 @ 7:12 pm


straws can come in a variety of colours, they can also bend to convenience you or stick up straight to prevent you from bending down yourself .

» Posted By Danielle On 06.13.2012 @ 4:16 pm


jelly jelly green in a bottle in a glass can toast you spead it with a knife on toast and its delicious theres rasbery and strawberry and blackberry. every berry you can think of there is a jelly of it. its so yumyi love to eat jelly

» Posted By danielle On 06.07.2012 @ 2:28 am

Icky you.
You decided to make a fluffy nutter and jelly sandwhich.
Who said I liked that?

Okay okay, that was a bit aggressive.
How do I rephrase.

Hun, your cooking skills suck!
This is actually scary.

Maybe cheetohs would make it better.

» Posted By Danielle On 06.06.2012 @ 8:35 pm


i remember the day i went to a baseball game and lost my cap. I was so upset. i found it later in a little boys hand with such a big smile on his face. It was worth losing it for that.

» Posted By danielle On 06.03.2012 @ 2:15 pm


The one thing that we think we need, we truly don’t. Wants are not necessities, they are WANTS. Nothing more than a short lasting feeling of gratitude will come from that want, it won’t keep us living. Necessities will keep us living. things like food, water, and shelter are necessities, not that 800 dollar car, or that brand new sports car.

» Posted By Danielle On 06.02.2012 @ 6:06 pm


“What a hassle,” he moaned.
“It’s not your fault,” the other replied. The first man pulled off his hat and hung it on his knee.
“I didn’t expect this, you know?”
“Hey, no one did.”
“I thought I could get in and get the job done quick.”
“Yeah well, we all make mistakes, huh?”

» Posted By Danielle On 05.31.2012 @ 12:48 pm

It was such a hassle to do all this homework. Homework, sports, music practice, clubs, friends. All of it was so much work and I was about ready to pull my hair out. What a word, hassle. It sounds like what it means. It’s just uncomfortable to write. Hassle. Two s’s, an awkward l and e at the end. The word just make things worse, let’s be honest.

» Posted By Danielle On 05.31.2012 @ 12:42 pm


i see a giant spider, looming over a city of ants. The people move, gazing at this behemoth called the eiffel tower. this pillar of beauty stands as a symbol for beauty, romance, and architechual magnificence. It is a work of art, and a work of human imagination.

» Posted By danielle On 05.29.2012 @ 3:40 pm


We’ve all had one or two. But this time it was really serious…

She had no way to move on.
Her car was flipped upside down, in a ditch, and her child crying.

Her phone dead.. and no building to be found in a 20 mile radius since she saw the last Shell station.

» Posted By Danielle On 05.28.2012 @ 8:10 pm

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