Not Inclined to Resign to Maturity

You don’t seduce a woman with your forehead or your adam’s apple. (Shawn)

Learning to Espouse the Ideology of a Pineapple
20 January
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Date Created:2005-08-19
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newluv_oldfaith is 22 and desperately trying to figure out how to recapture her childhood in the midst of taking 18 credits during her Junior year of college.
Strengths: Maturity, generosity, humility (haha, tell me you got the joke...), faith, love, hope, kindness... yeah
Weaknesses: Attractive med-students, Clive Owen, Anyone who has ever worked on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart, or the Colbert Report, or Stangers with Candy (the show, not actual strangers who have candy), coffee, fine wine. She loves people way too much (not individuals, just people in general) and at times it can cause moral dilemmas. Jesus, can't say no to the sweet homeless man y'know.
Special Skills: A wonderful ability to speak broken Spanish, American Sign Language. She's unusually perceptive, and understanding.
Weapons: The beast (a beastly suburban), the deadly mold growning in the corner of her bedroom.
Obsessive Compulsive Tendencies: Arrangement of silverware in the dishwasher, fixing crooked lines, correcting poor grammar and mispelled words. Various others.

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One day when I'm not consumed by reading books for class, I will get around to reading these. I'm leaving the list up here because if I save it somewhere else I'll lose it.

1. The Princes of Ireland - Edward Rutherford
2. The Rebels of Ireland - Edward Rutherford
3. Seeking Peace - Johann Christoff Arnold (this may spark a reading of many many more of his books, changing this list once again)
4. Hard Times - Charles Dickens (because I didn't actually read it the 1st time)
5. The Hobbit - J.R.R. Tolkien
6. The Lord of The Rings - J.R.R. Tolkien
7. The Two Towers - J.R.R. Tolkien
8. The Return of The King - J.R.R. Tolkien
9. Mere Christianity - C.S. Lewis
10. Great Expectations - Charles Dickens
11. A Tale of Two Cities - Charles Dickens
12. The Idiot - Fyodor Dosoevsky
13. Ireland - Frank Delaney
14. The Fiery Cross - Diana Gaboldon
15. God's Politics - Jim Wallis
16. Why Courage Matters - John McCain with Mark Salter
17. Character is Destiny - John McCain with Mark Salter
18. Lessons in Leadership, Business, Politics, and Life - Dino Rossi
19. Sabbath in Christ - Dale Ratzlaff
20. Finding Peace - Charles Stanley
21. Disappointment with God - Phillip Yancey
22. What's So Amazing About Grace - Phillip Yancey
23. Reluctant Saint - Donald Spoto

I'm a student at Eastern Washington University,
I'm a Christian (although I'm a Presbyterian, and if you read the intro to "Misquoting Jesus" by Bart Ehrman, apparently that means I'm not a "real" christian, that seriously cracked me up!) The more I learn about the anomaly of a church I grew up in the easier it is for me to say that I'm simply straight up Ecumenical. Catholic, Protestant, Messianic Jew... whatev.

I love all Law and Order shows, but specifically SVU it has the best characters over all
I love the Daily Show with all my heart
I also Love the Colbert Report
I drink way too much coffee,
I like the X-Files when it was on back in the day I watched it religiously until Mulder left
I heart John Wayne
I Love the old tv show M*A*S*H and Allan Alda, Jamie Farr, etc
I love The Boondock Saints
I love Ireland and the Irish

Oh I collect weapons for my long standing organization Sarcasm United, don't ask questions, just donate, thanks...

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I should be Irish, I however have no Irish heritage whatsoever,

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