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Laila Khan
20 September 2013 @ 10:41 am
The best of being a writer is creating characters that each represent a different aspect of human nature, and then watching them clash. Its as though its a study of the mind without outright saying what it is.

The thing that bothers me though is when people think that just because you're writing something you have the innate desire to see it play out in the real world . forgetting that writing is a form of exploration.

I am actually rather proud of myself I've been writing short little things and they seem to be going smoothly.

How has everyone been?
Laila Khan
24 August 2013 @ 10:00 am

Goodness tumblr has the ability to suck you in. so much to reblog , debate and so much roleplaying. I have one currently going its been fun my character is based in Teen Wolf world but I am more than open to crossover so come and join me in all the fun.


My regular tumblr is burstingoutlife
And the rp one is arottenwolf.


Got to.go
Hope to see you in tumblr

Laila Khan
I like anime
Laila Khan
Originally posted by box_in_the_boxat The next steps to fighting PIPA and SOPA: Show them that they can't stop the signal
Just last week, there were only five U.S. Senators publicly opposing the Protect IP Act.

In the wake of the widespread Internet blackout day on Wednesday, Jan. 18, there are now 36.

It would take only 41 "no" votes to permanently stall PIPA and the Stop Online Piracy Act in the Senate.

But we can't get complacent, because the multinational media corporations that are throwing their weight behind PIPA and SOPA will not stop pushing for these bills to pass, and the Senate is expected to vote on PIPA on Tuesday, Jan. 24.

Members of Congress know PIPA and SOPA are unpopular, but they don't necessarily understand why, so they could be duped by superficial changes to those bills, which the forces behind PIPA and SOPA are sure to make to gain the votes to pass those bills.

Here's what you can do, in the real world, to fight back against the forces that would end the freedom of the Internet:

1. Call your Senators' offices every day, from now through the day of the PIPA vote on Tuesday, Jan. 24, until you know they'll vote "no" on cloture. If your site participated in the Internet blackout day, consider running a "Call the Senate" link during those days as well.

2. Visit your Senators' district offices (use Google or your local phonebook to find the addresses) to tell them that you oppose PIPA and urge them to vote "no" on cloture. Stopping by to talk to them in person makes the online protests more tangible and credible to them.

You can check the Protect IP Act Senate whip count for continuous updates on everyone in the Senate who supports or opposes PIPA, as well as those who are still undeclared or have yet to be contacted. Phone numbers are listed for all the Senators' district and D.C. offices, next to direct links to their Congressional email addresses, along with tips on how to talk and write to them persuasively.


Laila Khan
15 March 2011 @ 02:25 pm
I wish I had the means to aid Japan, I have no job, and really short on money which is a shame. They are always in my prayers. There are many places were one can donate money such as Red Cross, and Unicef .

Lastly this is just somthing I was wondering and hoping that someone could explain to me, All of the disasters that have taken place starting in 2010 have been so awful, yet why is that which happend in Pakistain hardly ever on the news and never have any rasing of money here on livejournal?
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Laila Khan
11 November 2010 @ 01:42 pm
Boots,scarves, and cardagins
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13 October 2010 @ 11:12 pm
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