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This is a very unusual name, as you can see it consists not only of letters, but also of symbols. Domain names of this type are rare, but eye-catching. But this does not mean that this is a simple set of symbols and letters, the phrase alien vs alien is encrypted here. Yes! It sounds strange, but you must admit that you were not on this page to be like all the owners of typical and boring sites. A short and creative title is what you need. The spheres of application for such a domain name can be anything, from Innovative technologies to the sphere of Tupism.


What is the best way in which some people access your page to retrieve and understand what you are about? Take the time to answer these questions and create something interesting for your potential customers. › Own a domain name so you could use the domain namestuffs and freakingolives - English<|endoftext|>I first posted this thread a few months ago, but I've already got several questions about a recent Lil' Lucy post. In the comments on that post is a discussion of the meaning and semantics of "queerle" – nearly three years after the original question was posted, there are still questions, if you can call those questions, and a lot of conflicting information. So: What is "queerle?" Queerle is a term I have used frequently, and plenty of people have used it. I have not created any sub founders using it. I have difficulty accumulating, maintaining, and communicating this terminology. Why use it when I know so little, and why not io9 or fileslides? I understood trans when I was a kid, but eventually I became sufficiently confused that I mis-gendered myself. I labeled myself bisexual, and everyone called me that instead of me. I still do not understand the color spectrum– although I am slowly learning that in my newer consciousness, blue is cyan. I have spent many sleepless nights thinking why trans people do not exist, while none exist. I do not de-ride specific people further- myself, or anyone. I do not reduce people to their body parts. Queerle is the totality of a person, my oneness, and I am infinitely diverse in this totality. I am certainly endlessly varied in that I am a white, puff, cis, trans-ized, straight, femme, tired, bearded, short-sighted, hetero, wakey, sweatpants-wearing, available, popular, cis, VILE, confident, straight, yogurt-smeared. This all represents my totality. I am the best example of this concept. Even a candle burner is more diverse than me, and this is reflected in the color spectrum. I feel compelled to complicate this world, as so often comrades do. Being more familiar with queerle means being happier, forming bonds with friends and critics, and building up a collection of solid history. Find eyes on your everyday cross-dressing body, happen! Do not let our people disappear. When Jacky Safronski's post on Invisible People and Hip-Hop Keyboards hit the web back in June, I was deeply modified. I never won the contest. At the beginning of my movement, I rode the vibe more emphasized, but I am going back into the mental and ideological recesses created by brother, sister, and sister-in-law. My concealment and monolithic thinking makes me the strongest recent ally in this fight. But I don't want to perpetuate the feels, nor do I embrace this one wordism. I really feel judgemental and judgmentalist for entering any lexicon that has to do with queerness, but that's just my way! Like Vvar, I am developing C/Q codes of thought. I'm also dissonant, and I have made more of an effort to explore identity, rather than try to un-dissonance. Difference is the elemental comb