Here's the program's analysis of my journal:
So, it appears based on the words I use in my journal that I have more interest than most people in (in ascending order of apparent importance to me according to the analysis): chaos, temporal references, brink-passage, concreteness, sex, social behavior, passivity, narcissism, taste (!!!), touch, fire (I think here the program is picking up references to the name of my first ex, Flame), affection, anxiety, voyage, descent, depth, order, abstraction, general sensation, moral imperative, height, timelessness, restraint and aggression.
And it appears that I have one hell of an extraordinary interest in writing about aggression. Um, is it all the antiwar entries that are contributing to that? It must be more than that too. Well, with all those aggression words, I guess it's a good thing I threw in so many words about restraint to accompany them.
Also, ljArchive's other plugins include a "post frequency analyzer," which informs me that my journal shows a continuous steady trend of me posting less and less frequently (really? I had no idea), and a "word count analyzer," which informs me that the all-time top 25 words I've used in my journal that are not listed on the program's "common words" list are: actually (970 times), sex (889 times), I'd (724 times), Mikie (679 times), queer (592 times), anyone (585 times), list (572 times), someone (566 times), anyway (557 times), lot (530 times), today (485 times), car (435 times), parents (412 times), LiveJournal (371 times), Jeremy (370 times), favorite (362 times), sexual (334 times), haven't (320 times), David (310 times), extremely (305 times), absolutely (296 times), entire (294 times), Frank (290 times), female (280 times) and Gayle (277 times).
That's one hell of a lot of references to Mikie. And I'm a little frightened that "David" made the top 25 words list too, since I'm sure the majority of Davids I've referred to are Bowie.