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Name: Kasey
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I wouldn't give her the satisfaction of more attention.

As the third horsewoman of the apocalypse, I believe in doing the best possible job that I can. Her "famine" is no attention from her #1 imagined nemesis. So, I refuse to go there. But, friends of mine have described the ramblings of that particular madwoman as Ted Bundy-ish and stalker-like. I do not doubt it one bit. She was like that here on DU too, only slightly less in the open about it. She was becoming unhinged here on DU more and more at the end there.

In her cage, alone, she doesn't even realize that she finally has her perfect Feminists Group. No one else is there to ever dare disagree with her. She has an entire message board to herself to rant and rave and send out her homophobic, transphobic, and misandrist nonsense nonstop, forever and ever. I always had a gut feeling that, eventually, the only way to satisfy that harridan would be to give her an entire group to herself. Now, she has an message board to herself to rant and rave for eternity. Is that poetic justice or is that poetic justice?

Do you keep your life list in an actual journal, on the computer, or in your head?

I am thinking of starting some kind of journal to keep up with all the birds I have seen. I can't think of what would be the best way to organize it to make it easier to find all the species. I had thought of using my Field Guide to Birds, because it is already perfectly organized, but I hate writing in published books. So far, I have just been mentally keeping up with it, but would enjoy it much more if I could put a date, time, and place down somewhere to remember that too. I'm horrible with remembering dates and sometimes even years. I tend to remember eras of my life better than years.

I was just wondering what others do to keep up with all the wonderful species of birds and the times and dates and places where you saw them.
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