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Met my new bosses :) yay!
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Two in one day!? Deco you're a mad man! Regardless here's an attempt at the chrome trooper
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"When things are good, I don't believe that they're for real."
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Ray's origin story
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Had to go to an awards' ceremony today. I hoped I looked acceptable.
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Trimmed , washed and styled my hair, but it's 12:20am and I want to sleep but it's so soft and pretty and i don't want to destroy it!! D:<also my hand looks so tiny?
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i couldnt resist, not made by me.
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I would love something like this! It just sucks that he has to look like a damn genie to show it off fully.
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April 17th, 2015

I am so sorry

Back when I was still in high school, I was leaving work with a coworker and headed out to my car. We didn't park next to each other so we split up before we got near our vehicles. After I got in mine I heard him shout my name. I looked in my rear-view and the guy was getting jumped by another guy we worked with and 3 of his buddies...

I didn't get out. I didn't turn around. I didn't help. I didn't have a cell phone back then so I couldn't have called the cops for him. So I just pretended not to hear and I drove off.

Do I feel guilty about this? Absolutely. The guy came in the next day with some pretty bad injuries (no hospitalization or anything) and I lied to his face saying that I didn't hear him. I've always felt bad about this.

What's not included in this journal are the names of the parties involved and the backstory about how the guy getting jumped sort of had it coming. Why? Because those pieces of information aren't relevant to the purpose of the journal. That and I have enough sense about me not to air other people's dirty laundry to the world.


Edit: In case you're wondering, yes, this is in reference to a certain journal I'm not going to link as it would only draw more attention towards it.

Edit #2: My story is real and this is the first time I've publicly admitted it.

April 17th, 2015

This past week has been nuts.

April 18th, 2015

Happy Birthday Luke!!

Today is Luke McKay's birthday. He is awesome and wonderful and talented and funny and smart and handsome and you should totally go tell him happy birthday.

If you are in Calgary you can go see him at the Calgary Expo at Booth D1. Buy something from him for his birthday, which is ten times easier and more fun then trying to buy something FOR him because then you BOTH get a present! WIN WIN!

For my birthday Luke drew an original piece of gorgeous art. I'll play Happy Birthday for him on my oboe when we get to see each other again. But for now enjoy this picture Luke drew of two trees having sex.

April 17th, 2015

Brownman has left the game

Bye @Ray
You have now left this multiplayer game
to start your new single player one

April 17th, 2015


Don't ever ever ever ever ever ever eeeeeeeeeeeeever tell someone to 'just get over it'. I would think this is common sense by now.

It is an act of selfishness, NOT helpfulness, when you tell someone this.
You've firstly failed to understand that trauma and memory are complicated as all get out.

Secondly, you've made an indirect assumption that they have chosen to experience PTSD.

Thirdly, you're likely doing more damage.

As an person who already feels uncomfortable in social situations, I question my mindsets and social conduct all the time but I do it 10x more when people convince me that certain problems aren't actually problems.

Don't start re-decorating someone's mind when they're already struggling with it, especially if you aren't as qualified as you'd like to think you are.

Rant #2
Some people...

Edit: I know this sounds aggressive again (the nature of rants)... and I know the good majority of people are caring, sensitive, empathetic individuals. People love people like you <3

~ Katie