Author has written 11 stories for Yu Yu Hakusho, Naruto, and Planet Ladder.
Update 10/8/08: I'm (still) not dead, just (still) an insanely busy moron who likes to kill herself with work. Stuff will get done eventually, but not for a while.
Disclaimer for everything: I don't own it. I mean no harm. Trust me, if I were getting paid for this, I wouldn't be broke right now.
Food for thought (This is by Doug Norris, and is from a local newspaper):
"The waking have but one world. Dreamers choose among billions."
"Wisdom is silence put into words."
"A sharp wit dulls on a blunt tongue."
"Who comes for the vultures?"
"Every ism ends in extremism unless tempered by a conflicting philosophy."
"Truth is fiction; fiction is truth. They are lovers, not strangers."
"The longer the long arm of the law, the heavier the hand."
"Abstinence makes the heart go yonder."
"He who insists that blood is thicker than water is usually the first to leave when the sharks arrive."
"Stress creates diamonds, but crushes everything else."
"Time, though it may be squandered or well-spent, has no piggy bank."
"Religion and business don't mix: To maximize profit is to minimize prophet."
"Patience is a slow learner."
"Misery loves company but loathes a crowd."
"A congressman is someone who suffers a momentary lapse of reason and makes it permanent."
"There are three ways to be a good public speaker: Be compelling. Be funny. Be brief. If you can't be any of those, be quiet."
"A rut is a grave for the living."
"The aphorist strives for originality. Failing that, pick a pocket and make a quick getaway."
"It's not falling in love that hurts, it's landing."
"A grain of sand will never be a diamond, but it might be a pearl."
"A weathervane doesn't fight the wind."
"The last man on earth will be a bureaucrat."
"Advice to a writer: Leave a legacy in maxims and wear a clean font."