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About me

Industry Chemicals
Occupation that's for me to know and you to find out
Location middle of nowhere, middle of nowhere, United States
Introduction While I am obviously somewhat obsessed with politics I understand that one cannot simply discuss it all the time. This is because most people do not like or understand politics. In polite conversation it is best to leave the subject alone unless someone else brings it up. The same goes for religion. However, the purpose of this site is for me to go off on politics. So if you come here much, that's what you will see. Enjoy. On a side note, I am a perfectly ordinary girl from the country. I enjoy adventures, which often means travel. I have a twin, and she's a really cool person. I have a wonderful husband whom I married because I love him and I'm happier than ever! His blog is "Craig" in the "Friends" section. I also grew up on principles of common courtesy which are sadly lacking in today's society. I enforce those principles whenever necessary.
Interests Politics, reading, politics, writing, politics, history, politics, sculpting, politics, Africa, politics, American Idol, politics, hanging with my friends, politics, travel, politics.
Favorite Movies Pride and Prejudice (the A&E version), Gladiator, The Mask of Zoro, Treasure Island (the Turner version), Cry the Beloved Country (the one with James Earle Jones), Master and Commander, Star Wars (all 6 episodes, I hope), The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Shrek 1 and 2, The Road toEl Dorado, and Pirates of the Caribbean.
Favorite Music Drawing a blank here. I rarely listen to music. Eli is my favorite singing artist. I like to watch American Idol.
Favorite Books The Bible, Cry the Beloved Country by Alan Paton, The Brothers Karamazov by Dosteovsky, The Redwall Series, the Artemis Fowl books, anything by Elizabeth Goudge (especially Green Dolphin Street), Aristotle's Politics, The Nichomachean Ethics, Plato's Republic, most any Shakespeare play, The Iliad by Homer, Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant, The Prince and Discourses on Livy by Machiavelli, and of course Rousseau's collected works.

The hair from your last haircut ... what would it say about your new style?

It would say, "I need a trim," since this is the same style I've had since I graduated highschool (a while ago).