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  • Sep. 5th, 2011 at 7:37 PM
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Vila Restal's Dewey Decimal Section:

380 Commerce, communications & transportation
Vila Restal = 2921859012 = 292+185+901+2 = 1380

300 Social Sciences

Books on politics, economics, education and the law.

What it says about you:
You are good at understanding people and finding the systems that work for them. You like having established reasoning behind your decisions. You consider it very important for your friends to always have your back.
Find your Dewey Decimal Section at Spacefem.com

Actually, that's not bad. I mean, I remove objects from where they were, take them away, and get money for them, and i like a good chat. Plus it's always useful to know the law.


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Sep. 5th, 2011 07:44 am (UTC)

Linda Joyce's Dewey Decimal Section:

262 Ecclesiology

Linda Joyce = 2944105535 = 294+410+553+5 = 1262

200 Religion

The Bible and other religious texts, books about the general philosophy and theory of religion.

What it says about you:
You don't mind thinking about the unknown or other very big ideas. You will never feel like your work is finished. The 200-series is dominated by Christian topics, so you may feel like you're constantly surrounded by Christians.

Find your Dewey Decimal Section at Spacefem.com

Sep. 5th, 2011 10:08 am (UTC)
Really? I wouldn't have picked that as you at all!
Sep. 5th, 2011 01:03 pm (UTC)
The unknown fascinates me, that's why I started reading SF, because the great out there was such an unknown quantity, and as for thinking my work will never be done, that depends on your definition of work. I believe in an after life of some sort but not the Christian heaven so I believe my existence will never end so my work will never end. As for the Christian bit I'was raised as one though I am no longer practicing and not entirely believing any more. But I am surrounded by born again Christians in the form of my cousin Liz, her husband and sons on one side down hill and Sarah up hill from my house so that is literally true.%)
Sep. 6th, 2011 06:08 am (UTC)
I believe in something too, besides the Festival of Lights and all that. I mean there was that bloke Yeshua who told a thief he'd be with him in paradise and that gives me a certain amount of hope.

I believe my existence will never end so my work will never end.

Oh no, poor you! I don't like the sound of that at all, but then I can't really believe someone as kind as my honorary aunt Linda would end up in the wrong place.
Sep. 5th, 2011 08:43 am (UTC)
Hi. It was a nice surprise this morning to find you had an LJ; somehow I hadn't expected that.


Sep. 5th, 2011 10:09 am (UTC)
I've been around for ages but I haven't posted for a while. Things have been a bit hectic on the old Lib, but I like to do the odd meme.

How did you find me?
Sep. 5th, 2011 11:09 am (UTC)
Oh, just by clicking 'friends of friends' - no tricks, I promise! It made me smile to see the entry.

PS. I suppose I shouldn't confess to hacking and things, but I've been meaning to say for months how much I enjoyed reading your emails. ;-D
Sep. 6th, 2011 06:02 am (UTC)
Why, thank you! I'll have to post more often. I've been slack but it's so refreshing and novel to have people who actually want to listen to me, well read, anyway!

Oh, did you? You went to all that trouble? I'm flattered! I'm actually thinking of publishing them now I have a nice safe (and comfy) bolt-hole with my Lenya, so I don't mind. :-)
Sep. 6th, 2011 08:43 am (UTC)
Oh, I'm more than happy to listen to you, or read you! Any time! :-) You're quite famous here - in a good way, I mean, not infamous. I'm not sure how that happened backwards in time, but there'll be a wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey reason somewhere.

Yes - it saved me from boredom earlier in the year. You should, they're well worth a read - as long as you really are safe, though. I especially enjoyed all the accounts of your shopping trips. The bits I heard before just didn't include those and they were great.

People on LJ talk about you and the rest of the crew a lot; recently we've been trying to think of how your adventures might go if they were in an AU (Pirates, Regency, Urban Fantasy, that sort of thing). What would your choice be? (Would that be something to post about?)
Sep. 6th, 2011 09:17 am (UTC)
Maybe it was that trip I took in his police box (though it wasn't really) with that bloke in the stripy scarf.

Well, generally you don't get to hear of all the little things that make up a rebel's life, do you? Everyone's got to shop. Well, if they don't have staff, and you know that's what Avon thought I was, that and mobile entertainment.

Pirates? Sounds a bit Tarranty, and the one time we tried it, it didn't work out very well. Lucky Avon found that old lunar lander thingy. Is urban fantasy werewolves and vampires? I'm not find of the sight of blood but I suppose I wouldn't mind if I was a werewolf. I've never been scary. Leave Regency to Tarrant though, he loves his bodice-rippers and besides, I'd be sure to get all the ettiquette wrong and step on people's toes at all those balls (both physically and metaphorically).
Sep. 6th, 2011 11:23 am (UTC)
Yes, you've got to be careful of getting in strange police boxes. :-)

I had a go at imagining it as an Urban fantasy (as requested), but I didn't put any werewolves or vampires in, so it wasn't scary - or not any scarier than usual. (It can be fairies and magic, as long as you spell it inventively enough, I think. Faeries etc. They're more streetwise than the normally spelled kind, apparently. :-D)
Sep. 7th, 2011 01:58 am (UTC)
Yeah, I was a bit nervous at first about the "police" bit and not that keen on the "box" either, suffering from a touch of claustrophobia. But both things turned out to be all right.

Should that be "magick" then? ;-)

Your AU as you call it sounds a bit too much like real life to me, well, except for the magic(k).

Anyway you've given me an idea about a post. :-D
Sep. 7th, 2011 08:54 am (UTC)
Yes, sorry - but nobody prompted me for a happy AU.

Ooh... I'm intrigued - I'll await your next post with interest. Not that I wouldn't have done, anyway.
Sep. 7th, 2011 10:29 am (UTC)
[grins] You flatterer, you!
Sep. 5th, 2011 09:31 am (UTC)
You can put that on your CV, Vila! Expert in Object Transportation!
Sep. 5th, 2011 10:10 am (UTC)
And acquisition, yes! :-D
Sep. 5th, 2011 05:36 pm (UTC)

Sep. 6th, 2011 06:10 am (UTC)
I'll have to post more often if this is what I get! [sighs happily] Actually I should anyway, shouldn't I. What sort of thing would you like to hear about?
Sep. 8th, 2011 05:18 pm (UTC)
Just be your usual witty self! How's life going? Stolen anything interesting lately?
Sep. 5th, 2011 07:38 pm (UTC)

Sep. 6th, 2011 06:11 am (UTC)
Like you too! :-)
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