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Papa's Secret Voodoo Boot

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Things you should know:

This is a 'private' journal insofar as my real name and location are not matters of public record here. I am not so naive as to think anything on the interwebs is actually "private," but I try not to make it too easy for people to attach my name and location to this journal with any real certainty. So if you are able to do so because you know me from elsewhere, please don't do so in an unlocked post.

Most of my posts these days are friends-only. This is not because I'm super-secretive (I'm not; I tend towards TMI probably), but because I just like to know who is reading my entries, and in some cases I need to know, because life is just too short for certain kinds of drama. So feel free to friend and if you leave a note I'll probably friend you back once I am sure you aren't one of my students or one of my creepy old uncles from Arkansas or something.

This journal is rated Adult for ranting, foul language, setting a bad example, sexual content, drug references, mediocre poetry, stupid memes, resistance to Christian morals, and things your mother always warned you about.

Actually, it's not that interesting. But a girl can dream.

Also, don't you dare plagiarize my fiction or anything else I might post. I will slap some shit on you that all the banishings, exorcisms, limpias, and Ajax in the world won't take off. I mean it. Copyrighted, mine, stay away, etc etc.

Because some people have stumbled upon this journal and taken the title to mean that I give voodoo lessons or something, I will explain the title: it's a in-joke fully comprehensible only to those who have read Grant Morrison's series "The Invisibles." It's a subcultural literary reference, not an advertisement for a spellslinger-for-hire.







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