Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical


+ My daddy procured my tv stand.
- It is heavier (and less compact) than I was expecting it to be.
+ I got it halfway up the stairs myself.  (I am Yankee stubborn but not butch.)
- There was no way it was gonna make it up the second half.
+ I gave up gracefully.  (These two +'s were in fact my affirmation for myself at CAUMC tonight.)

+ I had an apple and it didn't have a rotten core.

+ I intuited how to get home the residential way, without a map.
- OriginalRoomie had already gone to bed (has to be at work at 5:15 tomorrow morning) so I feel like I should have taken a ride from Meredith or Mike so that we don't spend another day walking around the tv stand.

Yeah, I totally can't keep up the bullet-point format.  Am way too wordy for that.

CAUMC itself gets its own entry anyway.

Bed now.  Though I should do dishes first.

Oh, and skimming the flist... I'll have to read more of the discussion around the remix wank when I have time, but it seems to me that it's the same as writing certain kinds of fanfic wherein you're riffing directly on a specific story someone else has told.  (I could actually probably argue that it's like reworking fairy tales) there's just the idea that it would be proper etiquette to ask permission first since we're all something like equals in a common community.  I really don't see anything wrong with remixing fics without permission except for the fact that some people get upset when you do that to their work, and while it's certainly sensible etiquette to ask first, I wouldn't really call you wrong if you remixed without permission.  I understand privileging community, but I guess I just feel like all texts are equal in the "fair game" sense.  (I do understand the value of being nice to people, I promise; I guess I just feel like there's only a certain extent to which you "own" your texts -- and oh I'm being pomo now, aren't it?)
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