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Jessie Deal
11 November 2010 @ 10:23 pm
Bought my wedding dress today. Thanks r0cken. I really am glad to have had your help on this (hopefully) once in a lifetime matter
Jessie Deal
11 November 2010 @ 08:36 am
My Gmail was hacked from China! Seriously. How weird is that? Not a lot, actually. My password was very simple - but then why? I mean why to do it. Oh well. Changed it now. Thanks Google for alerting me. And no, I do not recommend whatever-it-was that was sent. At least it wasn't penile enlargement
Jessie Deal
16 March 2010 @ 06:53 pm
I bought these earphones. They are supposed to block out noise 35-40 dB. I sure hope it will - for the price they cost. But if it will allow me to enjoy music why riding a bus.....
In the nd money is for us to enjoy life, right? Right.
Jessie Deal
18 January 2010 @ 08:14 am
Yesterday we landed from Budapest at 3 AM. Then I started checking through messages left for me because I try to not answer phone when I'm abroad. There is no warning so it's unfair make people pay.
One of the messages was from Tel Hashomer hospital saying that my grandma is there. So we get home and I go to sleep because it was around five and I didn't want to wake mom.

I wake up at eleven and find out grandma is in the hospital from Friday with breathing difficulties and that today she feels better and was unplugged from the artificial breathing. So I go on with my day. Around 2 pm we decide to go eat out so we call our friends and dress. We only get to the restaurant around six. In the meantime I get a call from the hospital and we go there to discover she died (couldn't they have said it? The way we discover ourselves is not nice at all).

Crappy ending to vacation.
Jessie Deal
21 December 2009 @ 09:30 pm
this is *so* cool

Happy New Year everyone

I'm addicted to FoFiX - the free guitar hero clone. No screenshots, only download on the google page. You want screenshots it's here here and anywhere else on youtube
Jessie Deal
15 August 2009 @ 02:32 pm
My boyfriend proposed to me.

So now I'm stuck with thinking what to do. I'm not sure what I want and how I want it.
But I'm seriously happy he did. Because for me marriage, above anything else, is the social consensus of ownership - both ways, of course.

So here I am, going crazy thinking how I want to do *it*. Pretty sure I don't want a religious wedding - but that means I need to still do something because if I get married abroad I can't have people there. And I do want a ceremony, even if not a grandiose one.

And the worst of all - what song do I choose. It's driving me crazy. Can't think of any good song that is actually about love in the right way - not 'You've dumped me and I miss you' or 'I'm an idiot for cheating' ...well, you understand what I mean. An actual love song about lasting love.

I feel like a total FEMALE now. hehe..
Jessie Deal
19 July 2009 @ 09:30 pm
So my boyfriend gave me another book to read - this one is Chards of Honour by Lois McMaster Bujold who is considered one of the most acclaimed writers in her field, having won the prestigious Hugo Award for best novel four times (quoted from wikipedia) she also won some other awards.

Which would make one think the book would be good, right? Especially since it was given to me by a guy saying he liked it (later on after drilling I discovered he read it as a teen so please cut him some slack here)

Well.... within the first ten pages the main heroine manages fall into captivity in a situation of one-on-one with a man (of the other side of a war), start to obsess over him for no reason - and he for her - and if that's not bad enough by mid-book he says he knew he wanted to propose her marriage because of her behavior in those first two hours of their meeting (her sassy behavior, mind you). I couldn't get rid of the feeling stench of Mary Sue. I've tried my best, really.

I'm giving up after reading 139 out of 241 pages - more than half. It just feels like a bad fanfiction. And I refuse to read a bad Mary sue when I can waste my time on better things.

also muscadinegirl would smile at these old news:
Cat owners may have suspected as much, but it seems our feline friends have found a way to manipulate us humans. Researchers at the University of Sussex have discovered that cats use a 'soliciting purr' to overpower their owners and garner attention and food
Jessie Deal
10 June 2009 @ 03:02 pm
I am wasting time by reading http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haredi_Judaism and suddenly I see the picture "Haredim going to the synagogue in Rehovot, Israel." Yep, that's right.
To all those who are not from Israel - take a look - the circus is in town.