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@chris I am making another random attempt to get into an account (which still exists) that I have on your instance by contacting you. Let me know if you ever return!

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The mountains aren't restricted to West Virginia.

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Hello! I recently moved over here, so I thought I should introduce myself.

I'm Ariel and I'm a . Any pronouns are fine for me.

I'm a big fan of and I'm trying to get into the literature side of it. I have a BA in and (two separate majors in this case), but I enjoy scientific subjects, too. I like and making .

I'm also the creator on tumblr, mastodon, and instagram.

I hope we all have a good time together!

If you're born poor, you usually stay poor.

This is the first time I've posted on this account since covid19 arrived here. I should say something important.


I'm so sick of my neighbors throwing loose garbage over the fence behind my apartment! I've seen them doing it and I have to deal with it every time! They throw used toilet plungers, dirty roasting pans, take-out, etc. over here.

I should give them a earful, but I know they won't listen unless I threaten them with authority, and I have none.

That means I've owned 2 smart phones ever, which includes the nearly 5 year old one I'm using to write this.

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Now that I think about it, I've personally owned 3 cellphones in my life. When I was a teen I shared one phone with my family that my (then) rich uncle bought us.

Family, oppression, oppression olympics (for lack of a better word). 

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Family, oppression, oppression olympics (for lack of a better word). 

Homophobia, dem debate. 

He doesn't deserve all the homophobia everybody loves throwing at him, however.

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It's depressing to me that Buttigieg is the "gay" candidate. Now hets are talking to me like I'm somehow responsible for and agree with all of his bullshit.

raise your hand if you've ever been personally victimized by cat pee

I have never owned a car and at this point I wonder if I ever will.

In the city, light creeps around doors and through cracks. Even when I'm not looking directly at the light source, it'll reflect off of every surface until it sneaks under my eyelids. It gets bounced off the clouds and hits the ground like rain. It feels a little excessive sometimes.

Having said all that, I always love seeing the glitter of car and street lights at night in the rain.

One thing I really miss sometimes since moving to an urban area is darkness.

I miss the kind of darkness that makes it hard to see my hands and the moon is too bright to look at. It can get so dark I feel as if I should be able to grab it.

On a brighter note, it's been nice seeing so many stars these past nights. It's calming to remember that there is far more in the universe than our problems.

Identity politics (not sure what else to call it rn) just seem macabre and sad to me at this point. I think I need to avoid that arena for a long time.

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