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[04 Oct 2006|02:28am]

For those who love Contemporary art...
... this is society of fans and visitors of Contemporary art museum - KIASMA, situated in the center of Helsinki. Everybody who's interesting in the modern and contemporary arts in common are also welcomed! Working languages: Finnish and English.

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[07 Mar 2006|07:14pm]

Mmm, I would just like to say that this community rocks my life and I've only been a member for five minutes now. I am lable-less so to speak. Leaning more toward nerd or dork if anything =P but I like to be an individual. Anywho, everyone here looks like a cool group, and I want to join in the fray! <3
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[27 Sep 2005|06:09pm]

This non-conformist community is conformist in its nonconformity hahahahahaha… my head hurts
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Be aware, be very aware... [16 Sep 2005|02:30pm]

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[21 Aug 2005|01:51pm]

[ mood | bored ]

I was wondering if we're all non-conforming to labels?
Wouldn't we all be conforming to a non-label society?
So wouldn't we be in fact be a label all in ourselves? We're all non labeled people....mmmm yeah....
waffles I love you

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[05 Aug 2005|11:27pm]

Why can't there be actual humor to anything said on the internet without it being TyPeD lYkE dIS and having "!!!!1111oneoneoneoneoene" at the end?
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[21 Jul 2005|03:02pm]

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children of bodom [14 Jul 2005|04:41pm]

hey guys...
who's one of the most awesome metal bands from finland?
if you like them or want to know more about them,
you should join the new cob_hatecrew community...

join or die!
[not a rating community]
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[10 Jun 2005|11:49pm]

I would like to murder everyone who works at Hot Topic. That is all.
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[27 May 2005|01:38pm]

[ mood | relieved ]

Hey just zooming around LJ and saw this here Non-conformist group, and thought to myself..." self, Why do you never see what you wnat to, but always see what is there?"
That was way to deep and so I bgan to stare off into the crisp srping mid-day sky and joined the group.
Mostly to ask a ??? that was on my mind a few days ago
Q. If lables are made to Identify or give info... what happens if you just refuse to see them? Stop acknowledging them (self-imposed or socially thrust upon us)? Being me and understanding that seems hard enough.... So let's all just be us and FUCK WHATEVER "THEY" THINK WE ARE....ya know?

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[06 Mar 2005|08:45pm]

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looking for new blood [03 Mar 2005|09:57pm]

[ mood | curious ]

Nerds_ahoyCollapse )

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[20 Feb 2005|01:16pm]

[ mood | content ]

lets attack the labels.

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Gays and Leasbians >_> [16 Feb 2005|12:08am]

[ mood | chipper ]

I was pretty upset the other day because this girl (who is my friend) found out that I was lesbian. She freaked out and said she was scared of me and hid from me. It was saddening for me. I'm used to reactions like that from people I don't know, but when your friend does it...I don't know I thought she'd be more understanding and all...

Although later that day she came to me and told me how sorry she was, and in her country (somewhere in Korea) gays and lesbians are against the law. She said she had never been around people like me. So, it was a bit scary for her. I was very proud of her and it made me think of all those people in the world that don't even try to understand gay people (Especially when you live in communist countries like China or Cuba). She really put out an effort to try and do this and for that I am very proud of her and glad to have her as a friend.

I thought I'd share that with you guys. To show that there are actually kind people in this world.
I hope you don't mind.

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new :D [10 Feb 2005|06:10pm]

[ mood | sick ]


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[24 Jan 2005|08:02pm]

out with the boys getting liquored again in the nightly horrorshow. we're still drinkin' on the day we dieCollapse )
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[16 Jan 2005|11:25pm]

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[05 Jan 2005|09:19pm]

Easy Protest
Not One Damn Dime Day
Thursday, January 20, 2005 (Inauguration Day)

It doesn't really matter that everyone will be out spending what they didn't the next day -- a point or two will have been made. Since our religious leaders will not speak out against the war in Iraq, since our political leaders don't have the moral courage to oppose it, Inauguration Day, Thursday, January 20, 2005 is Not One Damn Dime Day in America.

On Not One Damn Dime Day those who oppose what is happening in our name in Iraq can speak up with a 24-hour national boycott of all forms of consumer spending. During Not One Damn Dime Day please don't spend money. Not one damn dime for gasoline. Not one damn dime for necessities or for impulse purchases in person or online or by credit card. Not one damn dime for anything for 24 hours.

On Not One Damn Dime Day, please boycott Walmart, KMart and Target. Please don't go to the mall or the local convenience store. Please don't buy any fast food (or any groceries at all for that matter). For 24 hours, please do what you can to shut down the retail economy. The object is simple. Remind the people in power that the war in Iraq is immoral and illegal; that they are responsible for starting it and that it is their responsibility to stop it.

Not One Damn Dime Day is to remind them, too, that they work for the people of the United States of America, not for the international corporations and K Street lobbyists who represent the corporations and funnel cash into the coffers of US politicians.

Not One Damn Dime Day is about supporting the troops. The politicians put the troops in harm's way. Now more than 1,200 brave young Americans and some estimated 100,000 Iraqis have died. The politicians owe our troops a plan -- a way to come home.

There's no rally to attend. No marching to do. No left- or right-wing agenda to rant about. On Not One Damn Dime Day you take action by doing nothing. You open your mouth by keeping your wallet closed. For 24 hours, nothing gets spent, not one damn dime, to remind our religious leaders and our politicians of their moral responsibility to end the war in Iraq and give America back to the people.

Please share this e-mail with as many people as possible. Thank you.
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[22 Dec 2004|12:29pm]

i got really bored this morning, so i took the face parts of some friends and some cheap home made porn my whore friend took and i put them all together and threw in Richard Nixon's head. enjoy.

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hey, i am new here [17 Dec 2004|02:19am]

yes, i just joined the community and just thought i would say. i would also love to say it is nice to see a community dedicated to those commited to just being themselves and not a mindless drone in trying to follow or "not follow" the trends. i will see you all l8er, cuz i am tired and need to go to bed. but yeah, love the community and i am sure you will hear much more from me.
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