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rabidline
19 October 2010 @ 12:12 am
reated for picspammy 's Challenge 023: Red, Green, and Blue
Because COME ON!

Three Fights, A Trichotomy of
Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008)



you can't knock me down!

herehalfjewel
 
 
rabidline
18 October 2010 @ 07:25 am
Created for picspammy 's Challenge 023: Red, Green, and Blue
Because just look at the frigging movie and tell me it wasn't tailor-made for this challenge. And because I want to try my hands on new caps, goddamit.

Push, RGB Style
Paul McGuigan's Push (2009)



take an umbrella, it's going to rain

herehalfjewel 
 
 
 
rabidline
03 September 2010 @ 09:32 am

I'm sure most of my flist do not wish to have their posts/comments crossposted to Facebook and/or Twitter, no? So.


This was originally posted by the wonderful emiliglia. So I'm spreading the love!




As many of you are probably aware, LJ released the option to link your posts/comments to Facebook and/or Twitter, which was probably one of the dumbest things they've ever done since anyone with Twitter seems to already have their LJ friends on it, and then Facebook and LJ are the lines that never, ever cross. Because I, for one, don't need my cousin's 12 year olds to find the mansex I write.

The following line of code, though, doesn't just hide the repost boxes to you like the Greasemonkey code for Firefox going around does. It completely removes the option for everyone viewing your journal or community. I've done it for this comm as well as my personal journal.

1. Go to Journal > Journal Style

2. Go to Customize your theme

3. Go to Custom CSS

4. Copy and paste .b-repost-item {display:none} (make sure you're just getting the bolded text) into the Custom stylesheet

5. Save changes

Now not only can you not crosspost comments, but anyone viewing your account can't either. This doesn't get rid of the reposting option when you're making a new entry, but at least that one's easy to avoid.

 
 
rabidline
23 August 2010 @ 07:00 pm
And I'm back. For good, hopefully. Waking up at 3AM in the morning and going to bed at 1AM with only two hours of sleep in between is not a good routine when your college is located very, very far away from your house and you're not allowed to drive. Oh, and there's the mountainload of assignments. And seniors yelling at you IN YOUR FACE if you fail/don't perform to their satisfaction.

(if life is a movie, there would be flashbacks. Unpleasant flashbacks.)

In short, I hate College Orientation.

On the brightside, I learned how to sing Gaudeamus Igitur, which is, even under the circumtances, a beautiful song, and it somewhat motivates me to learn latin. Seriously. So, in order to celebrate the end of the period I will never refer fondly to, I decided to splurge on books.

And I read The Hunger Games.



Okay, that book deserves another post. I mean, OHMYGOD, KATNISS. /flails



And, even though I'm like, eleven days late;

To all who celebrates it,
HAPPY RAMADAN!
May Allah forgive our sins and gives us His Bless and Protection.
And I hope all our activities in this month (read: fasting, reading Quran, Tarawihs and Saurs) go well until the end of the month.

Also, here's wishful thinking that the whole 'Building a Mosque around the 9-11 Ground Zero Area' debacle will end in a way that encourages religion tolerance, not islamxenophobia and fearmongering. I'm allowed to be hopeful once in a while, am I not?
 
 
rabidline
07 August 2010 @ 06:01 pm
College Orientation is hell.

I will probably be missing from your flist until the end of August (except for community stuff, I guess). Feel free to cut me if you're doing a cut.
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