Year in review 2004 - Livre d'Or








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livredor
Year in review 2004
Monday, 03 January 2005 at 05:47 pm
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I'm not keen on the standard end of year meme that's doing the rounds. I think my answers would be boring, or inappropriate, or predictable. So I'm making my own variation.

Books
Music
LJ posts
My posts
Stories
Most prolific commenters in ascending order (These are the people who had commented the most by the end of 2004, not strictly the people who commented the most during 2004, cos the LJ interface makes it hard to collect data over a specified period rather than the whole history of your journal.)

People I'm really glad I got to know better (Yes, I know that's six, not five. Deal.)

People I already loved who continued to be wonderful (My immediate family is another six people, and they were just as much my wonderful family in 2004 as in all the years before that.)

New additions to my friends list
Friends from other places who joined LJ
People not on LJ
Places


Moooood: mellowmellow
Tuuuuune: Levellers: Is this art?
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draconid: default
From:draconid
Date:January 3rd, 2005 09:37 pm (UTC)
3 hours after journal entry, 09:37 pm (draconid's time)
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Yay, I made the list! It was really good to meet you last year (and Rat probably thinks so too since I now eat much more Indian food than I used to). We really should do it again, although I somehow doubt I'll be anywhere near there in, well, forever. But yeah, I was really glad to meet you. :)
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livredor: teapot
From:livredor
Date:January 4th, 2005 11:52 am (UTC)
17 hours after journal entry, 11:52 am (livredor's time)
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Yay, I made the list!
It's not that kind of list! I needed to have some kind of category that would include you, since getting to know you through mentoring and meeting up with you when you were in Edinburgh were definitely highlights of 2004.

I now eat much more Indian food than I used to)
Well, I'm pleased that I convinced you to like Indian food, this seems a very good thing!

We really should do it again, although I somehow doubt I'll be anywhere near there in, well, forever.
Well, you never know; I might yet do a grand tour of all the cool people in the UK if I ever actually manage to finish this PhD.

But yeah, I was really glad to meet you. :)
Yay! I'm so junking the stupid principle I was taught that you should never meet people from the internet. I'm chuffed that you mentioned me in your end of year summary too.
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sea_bright: Dolce far niente
From:sea_bright
Date:January 10th, 2005 01:02 am (UTC)
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Have been meaning to ask you this for ages - would you mind if I posted an extremely belated comment on your post on Christianity? I almost certainly would have joined in at the time, but it was in my pre-LJ days... If you don't particularly want to go back to a discussion that's several months old, that's fine - but I'm feeling theological, so I thought I'd ask.
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livredor: teapot
From:livredor
Date:January 10th, 2005 08:07 am (UTC)
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would you mind if I posted an extremely belated comment on your post on Christianity?
Not in the least; in fact, I'd love to have your input! I'm a great believer in reviving old discussions anyway.
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