All tomfoolery, all the time.
Excellent! I'm so glad it arrived and that you enjoyed it! I really liked both the mixes you sent me--I'm going to be listening to them a lot, I can tell--and the earrings got hella compliments when I wore them on Wednesday. (edit: And I'm not familiar with the HP Lovecraft Historical Society, but I am looking them up in a hot second, that sounds amazing.)
I also received @Thuja's mix the other day and I am going to listen to it right...NOW! I hope other people have been getting their mixes out!
I don't even care, I like listicles.
It's awful to see people making fun of you. My example is relatively mild--I took a ridiculous, unflattering picture of my bedhead one day and put it on Livejournal, and then later saw it on a different Livejournal community devoted to terrible hairstyles--but it does feel terrible when it's all these strangers cheerfully, thoughtlessly judging you to little tiny pieces. I admire Caitlin for writing about this thoughtfully and well.
Wow, Sam is a LOOKER.
Ah, progeny. Such a blessing, such a horrible, horrible sea-witch curse.
My brother had a pretty sweet middle part until he cut his long hair off a couple years ago. Now he's going for more of a George-Harrison-slash-Charles-Manson look.
@hedgehogerie One of my friends cracked a molar biting down on three Wheat Thins during a viewing of Kangaroo Jack. The joke sort of writes itself.
I haven't listened to it yet, but Vienna Teng's new album dropped recently, and I just bought tickets for one of her SF shows in November, so I am EXCITEDDDDD. I love you and your precious angel voice, Vienna Teng.
Obviously not every trait extends to every person on the spectrum, but I have a friend and ex-roommate on the spectrum who has similar tastes to you in music, John--and the tendency to listen to the same song over and over (and over). Brains! Brains are weird and cool and fascinating, and I like yours. You're such a good writer, dude.