stoopbeck: (Deadpool Rambling)
So being 24 feels pretty much the same as 23. Yay?

Also yay for Huntsville! Being Alexnapped is fun.

And um. I've seen Star Trek three times. It's all Sara's fault! Last night the whole family went, and it got my dad's seal of approval.

I am so rusty at making LJ posts.
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So my paid account expires soon. I really haven't done much with LJ recently. Should I fork over the money, or let it default to the standard unpaid journal complete with crazy ads? I mean, it's not like I use more than a couple of icons, and I'm pretty sure I've posted maybe twice in the last two months.

Maybe I should just buy the two-month package and see where I am in two months?


May. 1st, 2009 05:43 pm
stoopbeck: (Deadpool Excitement)
I'm feeling very special right now.

How special?

I JUST MISSPELLED MY OWN USERNAME. So for the moment I'm stuck with "stobeck," which in the grand scheme of things isn't as bad as say the Apocolypse or a broken arm or the smell of burnt hair, but uh not so great for the ol' ego.

Hi, my name is Alex and not only can't I type, but I also can't proofread! Briliant.

ETA: OMG ALREADY FIXED. DW, I love you so hard.
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Uuuuugh why am I such a failure at everything?! (This was rhetorical PLEASE DO NOT LIST WHY)
stoopbeck: (Robin What Have I Done)
What Kind of Serial Killer Would You Be?
Your Result: Organized Visionary

You're a planner. You'd carefully plot each murder, and carry it out methodically. You'll kill them in one location and move them to another later, and you'll study up your forensic science. The good news is, you're much harder to catch.
The reason for your killing is simple: you're delusional. You'll go absolutely bonkers and in your insane fantasies, you'll come up with a reason why someone must die. This is good, though. Visionary serial killers wind up in mental institutions, not on Death Row.

Organized and Mission-Oriented
Organized and Hedonistic
Organized and Goal-Oriented
Disorganized Visionary
Disorganized and Mission-Oriented
Disorganized and Hedonistic
Disorganized and Gain-Oriented
What Kind of Serial Killer Would You Be?
Quiz Created on GoToQuiz



Jan. 21st, 2009 11:56 pm
stoopbeck: (Deadpool Fighty Time)
Quick, LiveJournal! Is this too macabre for a birthday card? )
stoopbeck: (Jareth cruel eyes)
Happy Tuesday, LiveJournal!


This started out as a doodle on the cardboard backing of my sketchpad. Their faces crack me up more than a little. I may have had a little too much fun drawing it.
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Better late than never, yes?

In 2009, stoopbeck resolves to...
Go to mozart every Sunday.
Admit my true feelings to seize.
Lose ten navy ncis by March.
Put fifty dinosaurs a month into my savings account.
Find a new food.
Take evening classes in trivia.

Get your own New Year's Resolutions:

My new goal in life: to walk into a bank and ask for my life savings-- IN DINOSAURS. (Also OMG TRIVIA CLASSES WHERE DO I SIGN UP PRETTY PLEASE)
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Shows this week have been super extra sparkly awesome.




I'm having fun making a topper for a groom's cake for a family friend. It's a couple kayaking. The Sculpey is driving me crazy, though. The oars are super thin, and they keep bending strangely. Plus I forgot to give the bride a veil when I sculpted her face and hair, and now I've got to figure out how to add one without making her look ridiculous. Fun times!

I love living out in the middle of nowhere, but tonight it's not fun times--the local band of coyotes keeps buzzing the house. It's especially fun because the fog outside is so thick you could cut it with a knife, and the coyotes only start yipping and howling when they've completely surrounded the house, so we get serenaded in surround sound. I'm just a few B-movie actors short of a horror film.
stoopbeck: (Jareth cruel eyes)
"These are the top 106 books most often marked as "unread" by LibraryThing’s users. As in, they sit on the shelf to make you look smart or well-rounded.
Bold the ones you've read, underline the ones you read for school, italicize the ones you started but didn't finish."

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I've been so down these last couple of weeks it's kind of ridiculous. But! Cutting myself off from the internet and you wonderful people is not the way to go about life. I know you're dying to know what's been going on with me, amirite? OKAY!

Good things, scary things, ridiculous things )
stoopbeck: (CKR Wink)
As seen on [ profile] scifigirl's LJ!

Put iTunes on shuffle, take the first line from the first 20 songs and use them to make a poem. Use the first line of the 21st song as the title.

stoopbeck: (Default)
Your rainbow is shaded violet.


What is says about you: You are a creative person. You appreciate beauty and craftsmanship. You are patient and will keep trying to understand something until you've mastered it.

Find the colors of your rainbow at

stoopbeck: (DoctorHorrible PhD in Horribleness)
So like a genius I went to bed at 3:45 AM last night, and woke up at 7:45 so I could tidy my room very quickly before the Pest Control guy came in at 8 AM. I figured, hey, I can always take a quick nap after he leaves.

It's 8:34. He still hasn't gotten here. Argh!

Why did I think it was such a good idea to stay up late? Why?
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So uh how did I not know there's going to be a Sherlock Holmes movie coming out next year? HOW DID I MISS THIS?


Now I have to break out my massive The Complete Sherlock Holmes and picture RDJr and Jude Law. AWESOME.
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There are tears running down my face, y'all. That's how hard I'm laughing.
stoopbeck: (Kirk Space Fabric)
So. New Star Trek trailer.

I haven't been this excited about a movie since the first time I heard they were making Episode I waaay back in the day, and we all know how that turned out. And I still have my reservations. (Um, WHY YOU BUILD ENTERPRISE ON EARTH, JJ, THAT MAKES NO KIND OF SENSE, ALSO WHERE IS GARY MITCHELL?!)

But still. Oh my god. OH MY GOD, IS IT MAY YET CAN IT BE MAY NOW.
stoopbeck: (SawyerWord by stoopbeck)
I know I haven't been posting in a while but I haven't really had anything worth writing about.


Today I had 70 new emails in my Huntingdon account. One third was Facebook stuff, one third was regular run-of-the-mill spam, and the final third was spam-- from me. My Huntingdon email account is sending itself spam. It's really effing creepy. Normal spammy stuff like "Tell everone about or sale" and "Now you can last longer in bedroom," but also the hella creepy "We have your home video," "We have all your personal info." And the horribly mystifying, "If you read it, you can't make your."

Dear internet, stop freaking me out. Love, Alex.
stoopbeck: (Wilson Nobody's Perfect)
Cora Puppy's back legs are growing significantly faster than her front legs! I AM GOING TO HAVE A SERIOUSLY STRANGE-LOOKING DOG YOU GUYS.


Oct. 7th, 2008 11:17 pm
stoopbeck: (Iron Man I Quit)
I hate the Presidential debates.

And not just because my entire family is rooting for McCain, and Danny makes snide comments while Obama's speaking, and Dad flips out about how the filming of the debate is biased because almost every shot of McCain showed the timing indicator lights. (Which, for the record, was true only for one question, during which McCain was standing directly in front of the light. SHEESH, DAD.) That's stressful enough.

What I hate, though, is the fact that NOBODY ANSWERS THE FRIGGIN QUESTIONS. I want to know their answers to these carefully-thought-out questions, and half their answer is spent on the party line and half is spent on discrediting the opponant, and while that's all fine and good, I WANT TO KNOW THEIR POSITIONS ON THE SITUATIONS OUTLINED IN THE QUESTIONS. And while I know that isn't really the point of the debates, not really, I WANT TO KNOW.



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