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Friday, November 10, 2006


hey are there any girls in here from southern california?

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Wednesday, September 15, 2004

5:33PM - this weekend sept. 17-19

hey! does anyone know of anything good going on this weeken in or around the san fransisco bay area? thanks, and by the way, my name is ana.

Current mood: curious

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Tuesday, August 17, 2004

5:16PM - SF

Fetish Ball at the PowerExchange club in SF this weekend. Ladies only cost $10 to get in. Anyone wanna go?


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Saturday, August 14, 2004

10:34PM - hayward, ca

hey, my name is ana! i'm 20 and i live right outside of san fransisco. i am a little shy and i am underage so i am not too sure of good places to go. any thoughts?

Current mood: curious

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Saturday, July 17, 2004



the Kaiser and the Sultan have come to demand allegiance and loyalty from you. come to the community and join or else you will burn in the thousand fires of hell.

the Kaiser Orders you:

read the info page it's all there, we have NO SECRETS.

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Monday, February 2, 2004


Hi there y'all! My name is Brynn and i'm from Southern Cali (originally from Texas)! Just wanted to drop in and say hello to everyone! Feel free to add me as a friend, and I.M. whenever u want, cuz i love meeting new people and i'm also SUPER Friendly and Fun to be around! Talk to y'all later! buh bye for now...

~* b R y N n *~

Current mood: bouncy

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Saturday, January 24, 2004


hey...there's a new community..join..</a></b></a>exoticlesbians come on..join..

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Friday, October 3, 2003


Not only is there a show coming up at the Troubador on the 22nd... but there is a FREE show THIS MONDAY @ noon @ UCLA... before Jesse Jackson speaks or something. Who's coming with?

Current mood: excited

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Not only is there a show coming up at the Troubador on the 22nd... but there is a FREE show THIS MONDAY @ noon @ UCLA... before Jesse Jackson speaks or something. Who's coming with?

Current mood: excited

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Saturday, September 13, 2003

10:59PM - We need a new spot.

Since the closing of New Helvetia, the gay hang out place. There has been nowhere for the gay under 21 to hang out and just kick it. I say, we try to decide on a new place. To meet, talk, and hang out. If anyone has any suggestions. Please post your ideas.

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Friday, September 12, 2003

10:00AM - Yahoo e-Groups

If anyone (Lesbians) in the Maryland suburbs - Rockville/Montgomery Co. - is interested, I created an e-group called "Rockville Lesbians" go check it out. Thanks!

/shameless promotion>

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Tuesday, September 9, 2003


Virginia Woolf once wrote: "You can't find peace by avoiding life" and I think that's what I was trying to do. Avoid life.. She also said "to look life in the face, always to look life in the face and to know it for what it is, at last to know it, to love it for what it is and then to put it away." You see I now realize that you have to love your life for what it is.

I've grown a lot in the past eight months since I left that small town of Merced California. I'm no longer that 21 year old who was so unhappy with his life. I'm now 22 and realize that bitterness isn't worth clinging on to. Especially after all the anguish I've been through. I've learned to love myself for who I am and not for what I thought I needed to be. For a second there I got caught up in that whole gay world, that's not me. You see when I left my roommate and best friend of nine years we didn't leave on good terms. It took me eight months to decided that this was a friendship that I didn't want to let go. Though we can never have back what we once had, I couldn't go on living my life without trying to work things out with him. Through a few e-mails and him needing to release all his anger towards me. I think things are going to be alright.

See a lot of drama happened this past weekend and it was between two people that I care a lot about. I would do anything for these people. When I found out what happened and found out that their friendship could have ended because of something that wasn't worth fighting over. And to top it off alcohol was involved. When I think of the eight months that I went through and losing my best friend. Bitterness is really not worth clinging on to. So if you guys are reading this entry I love you both with all my heart. I know I don't see you much but always know that I'm here for you both. (I Love you..Sweets... and I love you Lamb..) Back to my story about the friendship of nine years. lol.. We've both decided that we owe it to each other to try to be friends. We're going to try to keep in touch. And in his words "hope that we can one day rekindle our friendship." Only time will tell but when I look back on all that happened, it happened for a reason. I now realize that this is the life I've always wanted to live. Living in Sacramento with my job and doing my own thing and he now lives in Fresno doing this own thing. We're both happy and healthy and the great thing is that we can take what we've learned from the past and take those good things with us as we both move on to the next chapter of our life. As I was in my old room tonight at my parents house and I turned on that radio to sing a Mariah Carey song (just like I use to do in high school) I looked in the mirror and realized that I look a lot older and then stop and had this flash back of Bernie and I and said to myself "We're growing up and becoming men." It's going to be weired to see what the next year brings us, but whenever it is I'm ready for it..

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Tuesday, July 1, 2003



Sorry, i know the cross-posting without lj cuts is really bad manners, but this is SO important and SO timely if I could just reach a few of you, it would be worth the nasty responses.....

I've been an AmeriCorps member for almost two years, and in that time I have made contributions to almost 100 organizations, in labor and volunteer hours.

These programs keep children reading, fed, and nurtured.

We save the lives of countless endangered animals and protect the environment.

People all over this country are affected by disasters every day, AmeriCorps services these people when they will need it the most in their lives.

We contribute to the health and well being of countless Americans.

We are people, from every walk of life, age,race, and religion,

We are seperate in our diversity, but united in that we are volunteering, to make everyone's lives better in this country.

We struggle day to day, financially, mentally and physically, doing what you can't even PAY most people to do.

People who have participated in AmeriCorps program often take what they've learned, and continue to contribute to they're communities, helping others in need either in our spare times or by working in the non-profit sector.

The numbers are mind blowing, the effect, even though we are not a well known program, has a huge impact on our country. The devestation that will happen as a result of these cuts is sickening.

I can’t begin to put even a percentage of what we do, but here are a few local examples:

Farmers and elderly in rural areas, devestated by tornadoes or ice storms, can't even begin to repair damage,
AmeriCorps members come in for over a month to help those that other programs can't/won't reach, even if it's just to move trees or sort debris.

These same members also spend part of their summer fighting fires in MO, along with doing controled burns (at no cost to the Forest Service.)

AmeriCorps members in St. Louis tutor hundreds of kids in inner city schools where the teachers are overworked, underpaid and stressed well beyond they're means. After school programs are run by AmeriCorps members in many of these schools, which, due to the cost of these programs, would not happen otherwise.

Here’s what WILL happen as a result of cuts in AmeriCorps funding:

More kids on the inner city streets with nothing to do.

More children that cannot read

More people left without hope, resources, or even someone to listen during the worst moments of their lives.

I have personally been affected by the time I've been in AmeriCorps. I have learned to deal with conflict, interact with teams, and been given an OPPORTUNITY to work my way through college, something I never thought I would be able to do.

I could go on for a very long time about this and frankly, if I do I might cry. This is a serious issue people, the ramifications of the losses we are facing are horrendous.

PLEASE PLEASE help - just write a letter, however brief, and we will hand deliver it to the President himself. Email adresses and info below.

Thank you. Because someday, you may need us, too.


mail letters:
Supporters Of AmeriCorps
1315 Ann Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63104

email letters:

questions? respond as a comment or call 314-772-9002

also: www.americorps.org is a wonderful info site

If you’d like to know more about my personal adventures, mostly stories in and about AmeriCorps, read back on my journal calender, since this journal has been mostly about these experiences, here in St. Louis and along the West Coast.

Current mood: anxious

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Saturday, June 28, 2003


Is anyone going to Great America on Monday for Gay Day?

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Tuesday, June 17, 2003

7:25PM - $$()%&$*(%&(*@#&$(*%)#&$*()@#$&*()



Current mood: ecstatic

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Monday, June 16, 2003

10:18AM - Howard Dean

GLBT Support for Howard Dean 2004!!

Official Blog for Howard Dean 2004

Howard Dean, former governer of Vermont, Liberal Democrat, will be announcing his candidacy on June 23rd, 2003. Come support, in any way you can, the only presidential candidate openly and adamantly supporting the Gay and Lesbian community, and the only presidents fighting for EQUAL HUMAN RIGHTS for EVERY American.

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Friday, May 23, 2003

6:58AM - New communities!

Hi everyone,

you may have seen me post here before about bi_lesbians_la, which is my bisexual/lesbian women's community for los angeles. Recently i decided to start two new communities:

bi_gay_la which is for bisexual and gay men in the los angeles area to find out about events


homosexual_la which is for ANYONE who is homosexual, bisexual, or just plain likes the gay community. Its a place to meet up and post about events.

If you're interested, check these communities out. bi_lesbians_la is flourishing and i just had a successful open house for the members of it~!


P.S. sorry for the cross-posting. I need to get the word out!

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Thursday, May 15, 2003

3:20PM - promo

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Wednesday, May 7, 2003


For the First Time EVER!!!!
Tristan Harts Performs

MATC Drag Show
Friday May 16, 8pm
T Building, Auditorium
2nd Floor Entrance
1101 S. 6th St.
Price: $3.00 at the door or $2.00 in advance
Call Megan For Tickets 1-414-298-0092
or Pam At 1-414-297-6551

***Profits are going to Camp Heartland

Come see me ;)

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Monday, April 28, 2003

8:10PM - please sign

This was sent to me. It looks like our fight for equal rights is being
attacked once again. It is another attempt through legislation to stop
us from fighting to legally get married. Please go to the link below
and sign...and then send it to everyone in your "address book"...and
hopefully they will do the same....Hey, let's keep fighting these battles
until we win the war!!!

http://www.petitiononline.com/0712t001/petition.html thanks

Nicky T.

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