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Missionary position…

March 31, 2010

Calls come in different ways to different people…

But all who are called sense that action is not optional;

it is essential…

A necessity for the survival of self…

For some, the call becomes a long-term act of devotion…

A weaving of identity and destiny…

An effort to combine what they most love and believe in,

with what they do in the world…

— in Getting to Maybe by Westley, Zimmerman & Patton

When I put my mind to something,

it can’t be stopped…

And now I want a Stanley Cup…

Hello Everyone…

My name is Philosophydoll,

and Sweet Jesus,

I AM a Canucks fan…

Note to Shane O’Brien:

The camel is traditionally considered a relative of ancient dragons and other winged serpents…

With long eyelashes to protect its eyes from wind-blown sand,

camels are well equipped for life upon the desert…

The camel stores fat in its hump,

which is essential for it to go for such great periods of time…

The hump is also full of hydrogen atoms;

it can weigh as much as 100 pounds and it is a reservoir of energy…

Camels have a high degree of endorphin activity…

Camel people have a wonderful ability to remain positive amid the harshest of times and experiences,

and they often have unusual sleep habits…

— in Animal-Wise by Ted Andrews

Ted Andrews doesn’t mention anything about camel toes,

but I saw some when I was in Turkey,

back in 1990,

and they look super dangerous…

Like one swift kick,

could blow you,

to smithereens…

All the lace and the skin in the shop...

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