audiopineapple
date: february 13, 2008 @ 08:32 pm
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I'm not sure if this is allowed but I couldn't find any rules stating no promoting and I thought that people watching this comm might be intested in knowing that my icontest based around the Lost Cast is currently nearing the end of a Dom themed week (but there is still time to enter...) it could always use entries/votes and the link is lostcasti.

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___allislove
date: february 06, 2008 @ 12:25 pm
subject: Lost Fridge Magnets
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4 Lost fridge magnets for sale. ^_^
Description: Bought from Lost fan convention, good condition.
Price: each or for all 4

I accept PayPal and ship internationally. Check out my feedback in my selling journal here http://americanv.livejournal.com/2510.html#cutid1

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emiwenis
date: march 24, 2007 @ 10:34 pm
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I know this is really random, and i'm crossposting this a few places, so sorry if you see this more than once.
I'm trying to move out of my parents house and I have a massive crazy LOTR fan collection that needs a new home, preferably not in a landfill.

I spent a few years of my life deeply obsessed with LOTR - and now, over the phase, i find I'm left with items such as the FOTR extended edition signed by Andy Serkis (met him at Book Soup in Hollywood), a photo glossy of Merry from when i almost met Dom at the Best Buy on La Brea Ave, hundreds of Variety/etc magazine clippings (including lots of Dom stuff), official art/making-of books, copies of special LOTR issues of Entertainment Weekly, multiple copies of the actual trilogy/other Tolkien books, a gollum sculpture, "life-size" stand-up Hobbits, a silk Hobbit wallscroll, a lifesize legolas poster, two regular (big) legolas posters, and a shrink-wrapped/hung jigsaw puzzle poster... etc etc.

If anybody is at all interested in how those things sound, please contact me. Or refer somebody you know who might want any of this stuff to this post, or to emiwenis@gmail.com
I honestly don't care about money - i do not want to TRASH all this valuable stuff which would probably be awesome to somebody who'se still into LOTR/ a serious collector. I'm especially interested in finding loving homes for the BIG items - the solved puzzle poster, the wall scroll, and the stand-up cardboard hobbits.

Thanks!

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dance_stamina
date: december 15, 2006 @ 10:38 pm
subject: I hope the mods don't shoot me for this but...
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...I'm pretty desperate for money right now so I'm selling off some of my LOTR collection :(

If anyone wants to buy a Decipher card signed by both Sean and Dominic Monaghan, let me know?
I'm asking at least $50 for it since it's hand-signed by both of them (I do have the COA somewhere, I just have to find it)

I also have other Decipher cards signed by Dominic Monaghan and Billy Boyd.

I might consider selling my signed Charlie "Lost" card if the price is right.

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ex_antibiot
date: december 01, 2006 @ 06:37 pm
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random_fandom
date: march 25, 2006 @ 08:38 pm
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Dominic Layouts free for the taking!Collapse )

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lilithsmoon
date: march 25, 2006 @ 12:19 am
subject: Please help save the forest. I know dom would....:(
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New Rules Issued for National Forests
Some Environmental Protections Eased

By Juliet Eilperin
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, December 23, 2004; Page A01

The Bush administration issued comprehensive new rules yesterday for managing the national forests, jettisoning some environmental protections that date to Ronald Reagan's administration and putting in place the biggest change in forest-use policies in nearly three decades.

The regulations affect recreation, endangered-species protections and livestock grazing, among other things, on all 192 million acres of the country's 155 national forests. Sally Collins, associate chief of the U.S. Forest Service, said the changes will replace a bureaucratic planning process with a more corporate management approach that will allow officials to respond to changing ecological and social conditions.

The new rules give economic activity equal priority with preserving the ecological health of the forests in making management decisions and in potentially liberalizing caps on how much timber can be taken from a forest. Forest Service officials estimated the changes will cut its planning costs by 30 percent and will allow managers to finish what amount to zoning requirements for forest users in two to three years, instead of the nine or 10 years they sometimes take now.

The government will no longer require that its managers prepare an environmental impact analysis with each forest's management plan, or use numerical counts to ensure there are "viable populations" of fish and wildlife. The changes will reduce the number of required scientific reports and ask federal officials to focus on a forest's overall health, rather than the fate of individual species, when evaluating how best to protect local plants and animals.

"We're really in a new world," Collins said in an interview. "You've got to have different plans for different places, and you've got to have more dynamic plans."

Critics such as Rep. Tom Udall (D-N.M.), a member of the House Resources Committee who tried twice unsuccessfully to block the proposed rules, said the changes will promote logging and other commercial exploitation of the national forests and relegate the public to the sidelines.

"With Bush's anti-environmental forest policy, you can't blame him for trying to hide behind other news, but not even Scrooge would unveil these regulations," Udall said. "These regulations, being offered two days before Christmas, cut the public out of the forest planning process, will inspire many more lawsuits and provide less protection for wildlife. It's a radical overhaul of forest policy."

Collins said the administration sought to update the rules to address new challenges, such as invasive species and forest fires, and to give the public input on how to manage the forests rather than commenting on individual projects.

The new rules would affect two national forests that encompass 1.6 million acres of Virginia land: the George Washington National Forest, 70 miles west of Washington, and the Jefferson National Forest in the southwestern part of the state. Jefferson National's officials just completed their management plan, and the George Washington forest is due to issue a new one in 2008.

Three presidents, including George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton, have tried to change how the government drafts the 15-year management plans that dictate how federal officials auction off timber, locate campsites, allocate grazing rights and protect vulnerable species in each forest. Because the plans can take five to nine years to complete, some activists and timber industry representatives have complained they are out of date when they become final.

Just before leaving office, Clinton finalized a set of regulations that emphasized ecosystem health and wildlife protection over commercial exploitation; President Bush reversed those rules just before Thanksgiving 2002. The final regulations issued yesterday, which will take effect when they are published in the Federal Register next week, are nearly identical to a proposal the administration outlined two years ago.

Rick Cables, who oversees 11 national forests spanning 22 million acres in the Rocky Mountain region, said the regulations will save his deputies time so they can devote more attention to such issues as use of off-road vehicles and forest overgrowth.

"This planning rule just makes more efficient and effective use of our field people's time and energy," Cables said. "In doing that, it makes it easier for us to tackle the problems we have today."

Administration officials said they will balance this newfound flexibility with regular audits of forest management decisions, but environmentalists said only strict federal rules can guarantee a haven for animals that seek refuge in the forests.

One-quarter of U.S. species at risk of extinction -- including more than 25 species of trout and salmon -- live in national forests, according to the conservation group NatureServe. Large animals such as grizzly bears, wolves and elk depend on the forests' large, undisturbed swaths of land for habitat.

"The end result of all this is there will be more logging and less conservation of wildlife," said Mike Leahy, natural resources counsel for Defenders of Wildlife. "They're not going to provide enough land for these species to hang on."

National forests are also an increasingly popular tourist destination for tens of millions of Americans. The number of visitors to national forests doubled over the past eight years, said Chris Wood, a Clinton administration Forest Service official who is now vice president of the conservation group Trout Unlimited.

But timber industry officials want access to the land, and they said they need a less burdensome process so federal officials can make timely decisions on proposed timber auctions.

Chris West, vice president of the American Forest Resource Council, called the new rules "a step in the right direction" that will allow forest managers to make "better, more informed and quicker decisions" about timber sales.

"This will get the Forest Service caring about the land and caring about the people, instead of caring about the process and serving the bureaucracy," said West, who represents lumber and paper companies as well as landowners in 13 western states.

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sooo_sleepy
date: june 02, 2005 @ 03:19 pm
subject: Help, please?
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I'm looking for this photoCollapse ) either/or
A)In Hi-Res
B)Without the watermark
Anyone?
Thanks in advance!
Cross posted everywhere I could think of.

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theonemonaghan
date: april 29, 2005 @ 07:43 pm
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New ART!!! Domlijah!!! <3<3<3<3

Pairing: Dom/Lijah
Summary: <3
For: kissing_athelas's fic Life Begins.



( Heres the whole picture )

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theonemonaghan
date: march 22, 2005 @ 02:46 pm
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I made icons out of my domlijah artwork:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

The art work is from Here (Art by Kacey).

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theonemonaghan
date: march 20, 2005 @ 02:05 pm
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I did some Domlijah fan art, inspired by kissing_athelas's AU Domlijah fic Life Begins.



(Click for the whole thing)

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theonemonaghan
date: february 17, 2005 @ 08:06 pm
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New Dominic Monaghan Art! (This is totally my favorite piece of Dom art that I've done so far. <3)



( Heres the whole piece of art!!! )


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theonemonaghan
date: february 15, 2004 @ 05:13 pm
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MORE CC ART? omg. Stop KC! STOP!
KC: I CANT!



CLICK HERE! Heres the CC LOVE.

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theonemonaghan
date: february 14, 2005 @ 02:48 pm
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Mooooore art work.

Dominic Monaghan art, from the Tv show LOST
NEW, Charlie/Claire (PEANUTBUTTER) Valentine's Day Art. <3<3<3

(VALENTINES C/C ART )
Charlie and Claire from LOST. Happy Valentine's Day. <3

Take, love, spread it around. The peanut butter <3

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theonemonaghan
date: february 11, 2005 @ 03:53 pm
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I did some Charlie/Claire art. (Dedicated to: crazymol4588 for saying: "You should do a C/C one".)

Charlie and Claire = Angsty Love.


Here's a sample of the larger Charlie/Claire piece of art that I did.

(Heres the full thing and more Charlie/Claire Art!)

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theonemonaghan
date: february 06, 2005 @ 10:42 am
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I did some art of Dominic Monaghan. <3


Click here to make the image bigger.

( More Dom art and colorbar! )

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jengersnap
date: january 22, 2005 @ 10:21 pm
subject: question.
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I've been looking for the thick black bracelets like the three Dominic wears a lot in the picture. I figured they would have been easy to find, but all I can find are the really thin black jelly bracelets. Have any of you seen the thicker kind or know a store that carries them?

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o4fuxache
date: november 12, 2004 @ 02:06 pm
subject: I'm pretty sure these haven't made their rounds yet
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I just had these sent to me from a friend on Greatest Journal.

If you watched Dom on Jimmy Kimmel, this must be the press conference he was talking about. They're from a PC with Foxy on 10/29. Enjoy!

Oh. Enjoy. Without hotlinking. Wink wink.




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musiconthewater
date: november 02, 2004 @ 11:49 am
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Hello everyone. I'm not sure if this goes here, but I think ya'll will be interested.

Some of you already know that Dominic Monaghan is the spokesperson for a group called The Last Stand, which works to preserve forests. They've just announced that they'll be having a drawing to win a T-Shirt signed by Dom as part of a fundraiser.


If you'd like more information you can go Here . It's a great chance to support a worthy cause while getting an autographed shirt! It's only a dollar per entry and the more you enter, the bigger your chance to win.

Also, if you do decide to enter the drawing, it'd be great if you could include me as the person who referred you. (YOu don't have to) My name is Amanda and my email is amanda@addlebrain.com. Thanks!

(x-posted)

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glimmer_glass
date: october 26, 2004 @ 09:00 pm
subject: Ahoy hoy
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Dom article

Haha, "rising star" my foot. I've been appreciating Dom for years! :D Everyone else is late to the party.

x-posted to dominicmonaghan

Oh, and hi! *does obligatory introductory squeak*

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