Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Profile Schmofile

Jamie at Crittermusings has tagged me again ... this time with a rather interesting spin.

You see - Jamie knows I have a hankerin for all things paranormal, and decided that I just HAD to go here for a free astrological profile.

So after inputting all my info, this is what it had to say about me:

You are a person of extremes, very sensitive and desirous of attachment. There is some attraction to the occult or to psychic phenomena. You are active in the sense that there is a psychological struggle going on inside you between the positive and negative poles-those of affirming and satisfying or rejecting and repressing.

You are very intense in your feelings and remain passionately attached to the person you love. Similarly, when you dislike someone you are very fixed in that feeling. However, there is room for optimism in that: whatever type you may happen to be, there exists a desire deep in your inner self for psychic regeneration.

I would say this sounds a little like me. Of course, when you input your own profile, you get much more info than the tibit I shared with you here.

This time, I have decided to tag Canadian Sentinel, who I think is under the mistaken impression that because he lives on the East Coast, he successfully can bypass these tag games ... well - not anymore!


At Tue. Jan. 17, 01:10:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Canadian Sentinel said...

Uh, I only recall one tag game so far, the one with the five weird things. I'm pretty sure I didn't bypass that one, unless somebody hacked my Blogger Dashboard and did that post about how weird I am.

I'll go see what happens with my astro thingy... not that I understand this stuff.

Although I do find paranormal stuff interesting. Must be why I get into those weird discussions with commentor "Balbulican" at Planet X sometimes. Weird stuff always seems to happen over there... the coincidences are really eye-opening...

And I always watched the X-Files. Hey, another coincidence! Ain't that weird... Planet X... X-Files... and all the anxious anticipation of putting my X to the ballot on Monday...

At Tue. Jan. 17, 02:36:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Aizlynne said...

X's all over the place ... ackkk!

At Tue. Jan. 17, 05:00:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Canadian Sentinel said...

Well, I did it. Didya see?

Hmmm... that's three X's I counted up there. Makes me think of a Jenna Jameson film.

Yep, a conservative bad boy... that's me! ;-)

At Tue. Jan. 17, 05:04:00 p.m. MST, Blogger SpaceNeedleBoy said...

Aizlynne: do you know some Tory bloggers in the Vancouver area? I've been studying this election almost like a sport, and if I can get time off work, may want to visit a Vancouver-area election-night party to watch returns and "meet and greet".

After the election, much of my blogging will focus on Yankee politics but particularly on the cross-border relationships between our neighbouring countries.

Also, I'd love to invite others who are interested in guest blogging at my site, it's kinda lonely being one of the rare Yanks who actually pays attention to things Canadian! :) My girlfriend Samantha and I have had lots of fun discussions on the election.....

At Tue. Jan. 17, 05:12:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Gayle said...

Yours is pretty cool, Aizlynne. I've never been to Canadian Sentinal's blog, but now I'm curious!

At Tue. Jan. 17, 05:55:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Justthinkin said...

You know Aiz....from some of the emails I've read, I'd say this has you nailed pretty well bang on, especially when you talk about indervidjooul. Greg and she are lucky.

At Tue. Jan. 17, 06:31:00 p.m. MST, Blogger ABFreedom said...

SpaceNeedleBoy ... you might want to check out these guys:


I believe it's all conservative. For some reason they linked to me, and I'm just a low life separatist, but was supporting the conservatives nationally.

Aiz - just from reading your posts, that seems to be a pretty close description.

At Tue. Jan. 17, 10:54:00 p.m. MST, Blogger habamusrodentum said...

Aizlynne, sounds like there is some Scorpio in you - 'regeneration' is the key word for scorps ; )

At Wed. Jan. 18, 09:57:00 a.m. MST, Blogger Aizlynne said...

awww.. thanks Jamie ... (blush blush).

Spaceboy - I will do a blogger roundup for ya. I agree, there are lot's great sites out there.

Personally, I don't know any bloggers from Vancouver, but perhaps some of my other pals out there can help??

At Wed. Jan. 18, 11:39:00 a.m. MST, Blogger SpaceNeedleBoy said...

Aizlynne: Thanks for the info.

What do you think about last night's closure of the Peace Arch border crossing? Last night around 9:30 pm, Canada Border Services Agency officers, conducting a secondary vehicle inspection, "found four guns and what they feared was an improvised explosive device in a car Tuesday night, prompting the temporary closure of the Peace Arch border crossing."

After two hours of bomb squad detective work and interrogation of the suspect, this incident turned out not to be the work of a gun-smuggler or terrorist.....but still, Canada's border officers remain unarmed and seriously unable to protect themselves from whatever dangerous persons come up to their border inspection posts.

Do Canadians actually want their frontiers unprotected?

At Wed. Jan. 18, 11:56:00 a.m. MST, Blogger SpaceNeedleBoy said...

Aizlynne: Regarding some Liberal freaks who are trying to brainwash Canadians into the idea that a Harper government would appease American interests - I say: RUBBISH.

Remembering the faces of people I've met - particularly in the rural logging towns of British Columbia or in the small farming towns of Alberta (thinking of places I've stayed like Olds, Didsbury, and "small cities" like Red Deer) - these are the people who have been most horribly abused (expletive deleted) by the U.S. Government's inconsistent application of free-trade laws relating to softwood lumber, beef, and various other agricultureal products.

I believe that a CPC government is more likely to actually be assertive with the Americans over disputes than the Liberals have been. It is a mistake to presume that a Stephen Harper government would blindly "appease" Uncle Sam.

The Conservatives' core constituencies in the West (softwood lumber industry, cattle/beef industry, and other agricultural and natural resource sectors) have been disproportionately hurt by the "kangaroo court" administrative appeals by American special interests under NAFTA. The CPC is far more willing to fight for Canada's interests, including the possibility of re-negotiating NAFTA or even unilaterally suspending Canada's compliance with parts of NAFTA, than the inept Liberals ever will be.

The Liberals have spent far too much time ineffectively dealing with cross-border issues of trade, commerce and security. I reject the notion that a CPC government would "go soft" on the Americans - it's more likely they would be much more direct with the Yanks, particularly regarding the obscene abuse of the Department of Commerce's "International Trade Commission" scheme which has been used to impose ridiculous trade restrictions on the "free trade" relationship.

While I can't outright endorse any particular candidate in the election, I simply want to offer my opinion to my Canadian friends - that a Harper government actually would make far stronger challenges to Uncle Sam, and be far more willing to "stand up for Canada", than the Martin government is capable of.

Choose your Canada....


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