November 3rd, 2003


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I think I have some kindof spyware on my computer that everytime certain words appear in any text be it in an email, or livejournal or just some random website, It links that particular word to a website. Its bloody irritating, and I'm wondering if anyone knows what the name of the program is or how I can get rid of it. my firewall/ spysweeper/ norton programs aren't even picking it up. Some of the words it likes to link (and please don't click on them if they show up on your computer) are "sex," "auction," "the game," and a few others I can't recall at the moment. any Ideas? I tried to hunt it down in the services manager in windows but that doesn't do me any good if I don't know the name of the program.
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okay, song question.

i'm making a cd for my boyfriend, full of all those mushy oh-i-love-you-so-much songs.

a) there's this song, sung by a girl with a kind of high pitched voice. lyrics are "late at night when all the world is sleeping, i stay up and think of you..." and so on. do you know it?

b) other ideas for songs i could put on it?


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ok, I have 2 questions.

First, is it true that hair grows back thicker and darker after you shave it? I'm not sure if I should shave my arms for our big swim meet.

And secondly, next week, to make the week more interesting, I'm having a stereotype week for myself, where I dress up for a different stereotype each day. I know, dumb idea, but I get bored with life. So, what are some trademark stereotypes that you can think of, and how would YOU dress up as it?


i am in desperate need of a decent screen name.

preferably reasonably short in length.

everything is taken.

i know someone out there must be the master at this and has 1,000 ideas locked away in his head.

suggestions? please??
(check out my info/interests if you care that much)
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leave your turntable on

research paper questions.

I'm writing a research paper about Joan of Arc. Is it acceptable for me to address her as "Joan", or do I need to keep saying "Joan of Arc", which sounds totally repetitive to me?

And how on earth would I use an internet link in a bibliography? I mean, how do I document it? Would it be something like this:

"Article on Site". Site title. <>.

Or is there another way?
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