My advice is that you make a tribe for your concerns. That way, you only have to post your ninety-seven-t... read more
I'm a writer and an amateur filmmaker. Volunteer and I'll love you forever. There are other ways to achieve this goal, but this is the least likely to result in requiring a shower afterwards. Actually, that may not be true, considering I do a few horror movies...
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A little something I wrote about the nature of apologies.Mon, June 3, 2013 - 9:09 AM permalink - 0 comments
I'm kinda tired of seeing it, and it's becoming more obvious out there.Fri, July 27, 2012 - 8:36 PM permalink - 0 comments
A little more on self-policing. This has been on my mind a lot lately:Mon, July 16, 2012 - 7:51 PM permalink - 0 comments
October 30, 2008The zombies love him for his mind. (And so do we.)
I will never look at an orange the same way again. Thanks, Edward =D And yes, boys and girls! He's Geek-tastic!
May 13, 2008La Vita Nuova
In that book which is
My memory . . .
On the first page
That is the chapter when
I first met you
Appear the words . . .
Here begins a new life
Love you, baby.
September 14, 2007Edward is quietly brilliant. Not shy. Never at a loss for words. He simply knows how much to say and when to stop. (I am not gifted in this area, and will therefore go on a bit longer than is needed here. You can stop reading now, though. The important part is there in the first sentance.)
He makes you re-evaluate some of those old positions you got into the habit of taking, and he may not actually change your mind, but at least he made you think about why you continue to take that position. that's probably all he was getting at, anyway.
He's a teller of tales. Good'uns. I think I am not the only person out here in the universe who sometimes daydreams about having Edward show up unexpectedly in the middle of thedreary workday and just start talking. Man. That would rock.
Be nice to Edward. He's damned worthwhile.
July 8, 2007He's the cutest guy on Tribe ..what more can I say?
AND dammit I wish I had seen ALL his films..
April 17, 2007I've never met Edward, but he strikes me as an awesome guy. Irreverent, fitted with a disturbing imagination, and full of useful advice, I'm often impressed with his writing and thinking. Thanks to Edward for spending all of that time on the computer, doling out thoughts and inspiration and humor, when he could be enjoying his immediate physical surroundings instead.
March 9, 2007Edward's a good man.
Higher praise, I cannot give.
His description of Zombie activity is also a Wonder to Behold and a Thing of Beauty Forever.
September 2, 2006If you were to ask me who my favorite author is, I'd say Chuck Palahniuk, Jonathan Safran Foer, Douglas Coupland, Christopher Moore, Philip Dick, or Ray Bradbury. But if you asked me who my favorite tiny author is ... um ... well it still wouldn't be Edward. But if you asked me who my favorite tiny author who's also a Star Trek fan is ... well then BINGO!!
March 23, 2006Having known Edward for about a decade now... ...the first thing that comes to mind when I think of him is a Mad Scientist sitting in his mountain top castle, making movies and building robotic flying monkeys. Yep, that about sums it up.
When Edward enters the room, women swoon and men fall and tremble in fear. Or maybe they fall on their asses laughing at his antics. Those lines are often blurred.
An entertaining addition to any party, you should be warned however never to leave Edward unattended in a room with books. The more books, the more you should worry. You have been warned.
Stay Funky Edward!
March 21, 2006Edward will set you aflame from your loins (girded or no) to your lobes (frontal, thanks). He's an ever-curious, ever-seeking, ever-surprising gentleman who has never ever bored me. :) His advice, wisdom, and measured perspective have been so very appreciated.
I like him a lot and am thrilled to call him a friend.
Investigate, for it's entirely worth your while.
February 20, 2006Edward, wow, Edward. I met Edward almost six years ago and pretty much developed an instant crush. Handsome, funny, smart, loves H.P. Lovecraft - really, I didn't stand a chance against his charms. We flirted off and on for years, then one day he started showing up at my place with Futurama DVDs and exotic pastries and fantastic books that he wanted to share with me. That's when I fell in love.
Edward is so wonderful. He's enthusiastic about all of my crazy ideas and projects; he's the first boyfriend to actually take an interest in my tarantulas. He can make me blush like a teenager, even via email. He is sweet and loving and always ready with support, advice, or a big hug when I need it. We have so much fun together and, really, we're just getting started.
February 16, 2006EM3's one of those inspiring people who keeps reminding me that all it takes to make a dream happen is dogged determination and a little insanity!
Okay, maybe more than a little...
January 12, 2006
This man causes me to crave back to back viewings of French Kiss, In and Out, and The Big Chill.
When I am not lost in a haze of desire for his exterior, I am in awe of those parts of him unseen. Keen mind, soft heart, and an old new-aged soul.
He makes me smile, tingle and think. What a lethal, wonderful combination
June 26, 2005Having Edward in my life makes me grateful to be alive, here, now, in this Universe. He's brilliant, and sexy, and talented, and amazing in every way.
And he has the most gorgeous hair it has ever been my pleasure to run my fingers through.
If I had to go live on a desert island, and I could only take one thing? I'd take Edward. I love him madly, and insanely, and completely, and all those other good adverbs.
February 4, 2005Edward has a sexy brain. He's awesome.