Maybe there is some yet.

“The commander of the Sadr movement, leader Moqtada Sadr, announced today in Najaf the end of all fighting in the whole of Iraq and the integration of his movement in the political process,” Sheikh Naim al-Qaabi said.

The cleric has spearheaded the largest rebellion against US troops and Iraqi Government forces since the fall of Saddam Hussein last year.

I’m yet to actually start my ~3000 word report. I’ve read everything that was recommended, though. Odds are I’ll have to look up a few other articles on other things as well. I suppose I can cope with that. It’s being owned by Optus’ 28.8kbps that makes it annoying. If I’m lucky I can get most of what I’ll need done earlier, then just whip up a few relevant arguments and articles after midnight when (hopefully) my cap resets… Although the odds are that wont be until around 3am. Gotta love it.

Care of : another weird test.

The Loverboy. Random Gentle Love Master (RGLMm)

Well-liked. Well-established. You are The Loverboy. Loverboys thrive in committed, steady relationships–as opposed to, say, Playboys, who want sex without too much attachment.

You’ve had many relationships and nearly all of them have been successful. You’re a nice guy, you know the ropes, and even if you can be a little hasty with decisions, most girls think of you as a total catch. Your hastiness comes off as spontaneity most of the time anyhow, making you especially popular in your circle of friends, too.

You know not to make the typical Loverboy mistake of choosing someone who appreciates your good humor and popularity, but who offers nothing in return. You belong with someone outgoing, independent, and creative. Otherwise, you’ll get bored. And then instead of surprising her with flowers or a practical joke, you’ll surprise her by leaving.

CONSIDER: The Window Shopper, The Peach

But the best bit (according to … :/ ) is this:

Your exact opposite: The Billy Goat

Deliberate Brutal Sex Dreamer


Oh, by the way:

You embody the German principle of Konstantzusammenschaft, which is best described in English (without using the obscure English word “sammenschaft”) as “eternal togethermanship”.