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Popular interests among Xoder's friends 1.… 
5th-Sep-2004 12:28 am
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Popular interests among Xoder's friends
1. reading (32) 11. dancing (13)
2. music (32) 12. sleeping (12)
3. computers (20) 13. new york city (12)
4. writing (20) 14. cats (12)
5. art (17) 15. rit (11)
6. books (17) 16. photography (11)
7. anime (16) 17. science fiction (11)
8. love (14) 18. harry potter (11)
9. sex (14) 19. cuddling (11)
10. friends (13) 20. rochester (10)
Interests gestalt
My most interesting friend is nightstalker who has 13 of these interests,
followed by summerific (11), orangecream (11) and xxv (11).
Normality Index
My friends are 81.88% normal.
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Popular interests created by _imran_


Question of the day: Are you scared to get (emotionally or physically) close to someone? Why or why not? When or when not?


Today:
shoujo_mallet and I went to four museums, for just $6.50 per person. First, to the Museum of American Financial History, which primarily looked like a museum of the exploitation of migrant workers. However, I did get a personalized piece of ticker tape. Then the Museum of the American Indian (where I got my Mom a b'day present). We mustn't forget the Skyscraper Museum, with its distracting mirror floors (upskirt joy on Erin!). Then we took the subway to the New York City Fire Museum, which was extremely nifty. Finally, we were headed for our fifth museum of the day in Chinatown (The Museum of the Chinese in America), but it was closed for renovations. But we did get a tasty roll. And beforehand, we stopped in Toys in Babeland, to take a look around. A very nice store indeed.

So we headed North to the Lincoln Center area, grabbed some food (mmm... panini) and went to a crafts fair. And then we saw Satin Rouge, which was extremely tasty.

And then the departure, Which brings us to now.
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6th-Sep-2004 09:43 pm (UTC)
The reason I ask is that everyone seems to be scared of getting close to someone because they get caught up in the "but what if it doesn't work out" scenarios. Its never bothered me because I've remained good friends with everyone I've ever gotten emotionally involved with.

People need to learn that now is more important than later.
7th-Sep-2004 12:17 am (UTC)
Well, in that case, I did seriously get caught up in that once... but I went ahead with it... and things ended up seriously blowing up in my face. Not to mentioning loads of emotional pain in turmoil.

And yet, still, oddly enough, we're still friends. And if I'd moved more quickly and more decisively, who knows what might have happened.

Fear is the mind-killer.
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