30 Oct 2005


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General Information

Main blog:Bitchin' Livia
Age:40
Birthday:July 2nd 1977
Gender:Female
Occupation:Happily unemployed
Education:Some college, School of life
Religion:Other
Service Attendance:Rarely
Race/lineage:White / Caucasian
Location:United States, Missouri


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Tattoo Info:only 4 small tattoos...a four leaf clover, a butterfly, goddess moons and horned sun god symbol...more when I get the cash
Piercing Info:only ears, but I'm considering more


Personal Information

Astrological Sign:Cancer (June 22 - July 22)
Liquor:Regularly
Biography/About:28; green witch, pagan, hobbit, wannabe-archaeologist
Likes:sunlight through tree branches; walks in the woods; walks in the rain; working in the gardens; herbal studies
Dislikes:unfounded arrogance i.e. if you're gonna be arrogant at least have a good reason for it; learned helplessness; cages
Interests:ancient history, ancient religion, archaeology, mythology, herbal studies (herbal medicine, herb gardening, etc), paganism and witchcraft modern and historical, entheology, the occult


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Four Most Recent Entries

Bitchin' Livia is Moving
Bitchin' Livia can now be found at Blogcharm. Update your bookmarks please!
 
Two-faced Google
The case has focused attention on just how much personal information is stored by popular Web sites like Google - and the potential for that data to attract the interest of the government and other parties. Although the Justice Department said it doesn't want any personal information now, the victory would likely encourage far more invasive requests in the future, said University of Connecticut law professor Paul Schiff Berman, who specializes in Internet law. "The erosion of privacy tends to happen incrementally," Berman said. "While no one intrusion may seem that big, over the...
 
Media Matters
But according to the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press, whose research is cited in the study, 75% of Americans believe news organizations care most about "attracting the biggest audience" compared with 19% who think the organizations' priority is "informing the public." And 72% saw the press as favoring one side, up from 66% two years earlier. James Rainey LA Times article So, it's official, the media sucks and more and more people are starting to realize it. Okay, maybe that's not fair. The media sucks compared to what it once was. The question is: will it get worse before...
 
Woe for the Women of South Dakota
Pierre, South Dakota - Gov. Mike Rounds signed legislation Monday banning nearly all abortions in South Dakota, setting up a court fight aimed at challenging the 1973 US Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion. The bill would make it a crime for doctors to perform an abortion unless the procedure was necessary to save the woman's life. It would make no exception for cases of rape or incest. ... "In the history of the world, the true test of a civilization is how well people treat the most vulnerable and most helpless in their society. The sponsors and supporters of this bill...
 






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