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Rob and I had considered going to see a film tonight, but by the time night rolled around we were both pretty tired and my ankle hurt a bit from the tattoo that I got yesterday. When I took the gauze off this morning it was stuck to the wound and kind of re-opened bleedy parts of it. Plus my muscles in my ankle around the tattoo kind of hurt so we decided just to stay in tonight and rent movies.

Rob ran over to Blockbuster and grabbed some movies and some stuff at the grocery store. When he got home we ordered in dinner and watched the films. We first watched Dracula 2: Ascension which was the sequel to Dracula 2000. Not a bad (yet cheesy) vampire flick, but the first one was WAY better. We then watched Vulgar the Clown which is a completely warped Kevin Smith film. Um . . . yeah. I liked it, but it was rather disturbing. All I really have to say about this film is clown ass rape??? Yeah. Like I said, disturbing.


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Spiritual enlightenment, inner illumination, hidden power. Link between seen and unseen. Balance of positive and negative forces. Receptivity. Unseen guidance. A young woman sits on a throne holding a scroll labeled "Tora" meaning "law." On her breast is the sign of the meeting of heaven and earth, the Maltese cross. Her crown is the full orb supported by horns, the crown ofthe Mother Goddess Isis, who rules all things changeable, shown by the moon at her feet. Her power, upon which her throne rests, derives from the creative principle of duality, shown by the two pillars of light and darkness. To those who know and love her she dispenses the sweet fruit of the world itself, symbolized by the pomegranites.

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