kmusser: (Psi Corp)
because I'm bored, this meme caught from [ profile] blushing_grace.

Karl needs )
kmusser: (Pagan)
Why am I not surprised.

You scored as Hedonism. Your life is guided by the principles of Hedonism: You believe that pleasure is a great, or the greatest, good; and you try to enjoy life’s pleasures as much as you can.

“Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we die!”









Strong Egoism


Justice (Fairness)


Divine Command






What philosophy do you follow? (v1.03)
created with
kmusser: (Confusion)
1)Post these rules and all the items below in your LJ
2)Bold or otherwise highlight the ones that you have already done.
3)Italicize the ones that you want to do but haven't yet.
4)Add to the bottom of the list some things that you have done that you think
that everyone should try at least once

The list )
kmusser: (Lego)
Haven't done one of these in awhile

Very Long Quiz )
kmusser: (Default)
1. Which era were you supposed to have been born into, and why?

I think I was just about 20 years too late, would've made such a good flower child.

2. You've finally been apprehended after your year-long nun-killing spree - what is your last meal on death row, and what song do you have playing through your headphones as the switch is flicked?

Last meal: Pizza
Last song: Happy Phantom by Tori

More silly questions )
kmusser: (America)
1. Do you follow current events? Why/Why not?

Yes, because I'm curious and I like to know what's going on around me.

2. Where do you get most of your news from? - by far my favorite news site, is definitely my primary source - that and my network of friends. Occasionally supplemented by Guardian, Washington Post, Wonkette, Techdirt, AP feeds (for science news) and Utne magazine.

3. Do you believe that the media is biased? Why or why not?

Of course it is, everything has a bias.

4. Will you be voting this year?

Yes, will probably be an election judge as well.

5. Describe one political issue that really pushes your button.

Trashing the environment for short-term economic gains. I think if we make our planet unlivable for future generations, most other political issues really don't matter all that much. Ok, the gay marriage bullshit bugs me too.


4 June 2004 10:12
kmusser: (Lego)
Job quiz from [ profile] snarkymarcy:

1. When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

A cartographer.

2. When you were 18, what did you think you were going to do with your life (career/college major.)

Become a cartographer :-)

3. It's hard to know what to do with your life when you're it at all similar to what you do now?

Yes *grin* Ok, so I was focused.

4. What was your favorite/most interested past job you had that is unrelated to what you are doing now?

Favorite was working retail at game stores.

Most interesting was probably my brief stint as a Christian Minister.

5. Guidance Counselor Marcy here...Money is not an object (you won enough lottery to now worry about how to pay the bills, and you are bored/it's the Star Trek universe where we have evolved past money.) What job would you do to fill your time?

The same thing as I'm doing now, GIS, though more field work would be fun. Would also switch to part-time to leave more time for travelling.
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What LJ friends have you known longest?
[ profile] kolyada and those I met through alt.discordia way back when: [ profile] kbuxton, [ profile] chuck_lw, [ profile] kineticfactory, and [ profile] tyrsalvia

More )
kmusser: (Default)
Because [ profile] ani_moore asked:

Your favorite classical composers: Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Holst
Your favorite piece of classical music: Mozart's Requiem
Your favorite painters: classical: JMW Turner; modern: Michael Whelan, John Howe & Alan Lee - I'm a sucker for landscapes.
Your favorite painting: Difficult to pick one, but I'll go with "Among the Sierra Nevada Mountains" by Bierstadt
Your favorite poets: not real big on poetry, but some I've liked: classical: Shelley and Byron; modern: Robert Bly, Gwendolyn Brooks, Peter McWilliams
Your favorite poem: probably "Ozymandias" by Shelley, very goth I know.
Your favorite playwrite: classical: Shakespeare; modern: Neil Simon, Larry Shue honorable mentions for individual plays: ntozake shange, Michael Cristofer, Luigi Pirandello
Your favorite museum: Field Museum of Chicago, The Hermitage in St. Petersburg.
Your favorite sculpture: St. Paul Ice Palace, 1992.
kmusser: (Default)
I know very little about some of the people on my friends' list. Some people I know relatively well, or we have something in common and we chat occasionally. Some of you I hardly know at all. Perhaps you lurk, for whatever reason. But you friended me and I thank you.

But here's a thought: why not take this opportunity to tell me a little something about yourself. Any old thing at all. Just so the next time I see your name I can say: "Ah, there's so and so...she likes spinach."

I'd love it if every single person who friended me would do this. Yes, even you people who I know really well. Then post this in your own journal.

For those of you that have posted this, I'll be adding Karl trivia to your comments during the afternoon.
kmusser: (DoW)
Copied from [ profile] ani_moore with some entries borrowed from [ profile] fairerhiannon.

1. Copy this whole list into your journal.
2. Bold the things that you have in common with me.
3. Whatever you don't bold, replace with things about you.

Long list )
kmusser: (Default)
For those doing the MBTI test and are curious, I'm a poster child for INFP. Now you know.

For those interested in this there are better descriptions of the types here, here (scroll to the bottom of the page), and here. There is a breakdown of how common each type is here.
kmusser: (Default)
Karl Musser is a great intellectual. He is also a great adventurer, a great party animal, a great judge of character, a great conversationalist, a great comedian, a great philosopher and a great self publicist. Indeed, Karl Musser is rather of the opinion that if anything in this world is 'great' it must have his name on it and if it isn't, maybe he will try it anyway and make it great by the simple act of lending his name to it. Karl is a Sagittarian and there are two things that no Sagittarian can resist. The first is a challenge. The second is a tendency to exaggerate. Therefore whatever Karl Musser sets out to accomplish in this world must be: a) difficult and b) big. Why set out to climb a piffling little hill like Everest when there are mountains on Mars that are truly steep? All you need is a rope, a pick and a spaceship. In Karl's mind, this (or something not far from it) represents a perfectly logical thought process. Who cares whether he actually manages to get to Mars? He will have fun trying and at least, if he tells enough people that this is his plan, nobody will ever think of him as boring.

Here we have the essence of Karl Musser's biggest secret fear. Karl Musser is absolutely terrified that one day someone will rumble him. He will be revealed as an ordinary person who thinks ordinary thoughts. Oh shame of shames, what will he do then? To keep this dreadful possibility at bay, Karl will go to any length, he will climb any mountain (even if it does happen to be on Mars) and he will swim any sea (even if he can't swim yet - he'll learn how to one of these days - you just wait and see). Or perhaps, more realistically (but only a bit) Karl will set out to prove that he really is a great intellectual\adventurer\philosopher etc. etc. Much to everyone's surprise (including his own) in the fullness of time... it will all turn out to be true!

from thanks to [ profile] allah_sulu for the link.

What I want to know is how did they find out about my Mars Project?


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