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Last week, our most dear President, Cristina Fernandez, went to the operation room because she had lymphatic cancer. Many tear-jerking displays of support and the classless comparison with Eva Perón were seen. And you know what? It wasn't cancer. It was a lie. She (and her rotten government) actually lied about being a cancer patient. I'm disgusted. Now I can add the immorality of lying about a terrible sickness to the general immorality and despise for democracy of this gross, populist, thieving woman. This is just... no words to describe how utterly wrong this is. Fuck this country.
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I've seen this work-around posted by [livejournal.com profile] bookish_blonde and I thought of sharing it. It's a nice way to lessen the evils of LJ's new bout of idiocy. 

Check it here.
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No, really, all this ~new and ~improved design is ugly as fuck and messes with functionality. Stupid LJ is stupid.
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Just for fandom, trying to keep it apart from real life: @vivatannaregina

Feel free to follow me/add me/whatever you call it 
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I got the two books I bought last week (how I love you Royal Mail, you are so fast and trustworthy ♥) and I'm, like, über happy. 'Cause I'm a nerd XD

I got one for my thesis, The Hundred Years War: England and France at War c.1300-c.1450 by Christopher Allmand and one for pleasure readng, Lancaster And York: The Wars of the Roses by Alison Weir. The thesis is killing me, btw. 

I'm also happy because I have a friends's birthday party tonight and I'm going to buy a shirt, so yay consumism! Also, I'm watching Inherit the Wind and I just adore that film. 

What nice things have happened to you, dearest flisters?

So happy!

Aug. 23rd, 2011 11:07 pm
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I got a mail from uni today telling me they've granted me a 100% scholarship due to what happened to my father. I'm so incredibly happy, OMG.

Icon meme

Aug. 21st, 2011 01:23 am
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Worst time ever, considering how ~active mah Glee guys are but w/e


1. Reply to this post with "UNICORNS", and I will pick five of your icons.
2. Make a post (including the meme info) and talk about the icons I chose.
3. Other people can then comment to you and make their own posts.
4. This will create a never-ending cycle of icon glee.





[livejournal.com profile] helisse choose these icons for me:



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Why do I insist on watching this? I can't stand eye-damage, but man, I love this film. So I sit there every time cringing and looking away until the blessed "Huit ans après" message appears. But I do love the film, so I can't really complain. 



That's nonesensical post of the day :)
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Taken from [livejournal.com profile] pandawolf



Your result for The Sorting Hat Test...


Slytherclaw


You scored 50% Order/Chaos, and 26% Moral/Rational




Rationality with an orderly/chaotic split. What you strongly know is that you try to be rational, objective, and like to consider things as shades of gray. On order, you see the value of rules and organization but equally can become impatient and advocate a rather loose system. Your strengths arise from your ability to consider both radicals and straightlaced authority objectively; however, it can turn on you when others feel betrayed by the fact that there are few you support unconditionally and consistently.






The 4-grid I used to determine this is as follows:


Chaotic

Orderly

Moral

Gryffindor

Hufflepuff

Rational

Slytherin

Ravenclaw



Take The Sorting Hat Test at HelloQuizzy



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I want to watch Dr Who but I don't knwo where I should start. In the 60s? David Tennant's run? Other? 
lovelycudy: (Mochi-Iggy)
I want to change my notebook because I'm really tired of having problems with the charger. I plan to sell this one and buy a new one. I really like Dell, but the problems I've had made me wary of it... so IDK. Which brand is your favourite (besides Mac, LOL)? Is Lenovo/IBM a good option?

Any ideas?
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Finally, my cat came home. I went looking for her around the neighbourhood (I may or may not have climb trees...) and when I got back from the market she was getting into the laundr from the garden. Thank God. She's limping; it seems she got into a fight with another cat (she's kind of bad tempered) or maybe fall from somewhere. I can't see any injury, so I'll let her rest for a day or two. It's decided, though: no more going out for her. Up to know I've let her leave the house whenever she wants, but no more. She'll have to learn to use the litterbox. No more roaming for her.

I'm so happy she came back, I had the most horrible day and I could barely sleep at night. 

Anguish

Jul. 26th, 2011 08:50 pm
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My cat has not come home yet. She left around 5 in the morning (though my dad says he saw her in the garden around 10 AM) and she hasn't return yet. My dad says that cats do this (I never had one, so I wouldn't know) but that doesn't stop me from worrying. I've searched around my house and I didn't find her, so at least I know it wasn't a car accident or something but God, it's driving me crazy...

Dead Set

Jul. 26th, 2011 01:30 am
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Yesterday I watched Dead Set and it was amazing! Great gore, good acting, believable characters and the English language in all its glory thanks to a myriad of curses. There's something magic about shooting zombies while calling them "wankers". If you are into Z-genre, well, give ir a try, it's all sorts of cool.

PS: I just found out that something called Zombie Nazis exist and fuck, I need to watch that.
lovelycudy: (! America)
I just finished watching it and it was surprisingly good. I was afraid of watching it after I almost kill someone because of X-Men III and Wolverine: Origins (why would anyone do that to Phoenix and to Deadpool? Eh? Why?) but I finally gathered up courage and watched it. And I liked it!

I'm still puzzled about the criteria used to choose the characters, though. Magnet, the Prof, Moira were a given and Banshee is near Moira's age in the comics, so I'm cool with that. The same with Mystique. Shaw was a nice choice, too (Kevin Bacon freaks me out so much, no matter what he's doing). But Angel, Havok and Emma belong to a different generation, right? And I can't stop seeing Havok as Scott's brother and suddenly I want Corsair and the Shi'ar in my life.  
 
I love how the put the Hellfire Club in it even if it's just a passing mention. 
 
But differences with the comics aside, this was quite nice. The acting was good (I'm not sure about Emma, oh well) and the characters were sympathetic enough.  Xavier was idealistic enough without ,losing the jerkish edge that has fed so many plot-lines and Magnet was intense enough. 
 
All in all, a nice film. That teaches me not to hate things without trying them first. 
 
Can't wait to go and watch Captain America. 

Meme thing

Jul. 6th, 2011 05:33 pm
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I've been challenges by [livejournal.com profile] fmavatard *faces the horizon, valiantly*

Comment saying "MEME" and I will tell you the following:

1. Something random about you.
2. Which color you remind me of.
3. My first memory of you.
4. What random character I associate with you.
5. My favorite thing about you.
6. What fandom I associate with you.
7. Challenge you to post this on your journal.
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Taken from [livejournal.com profile] bardlover6 

"SUPPOSEDLY if you've seen over 85 films, you have no life (well, obviously I don't have a life, lol). Mark the ones you've seen. There are 239 films on this list. Copy this list, post to your LJ/DW and paste this as a note. Then, put +'s next to the films you've seen, add them up, and use your number as the header"


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