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I cannot help but feel blacklisted lately. Some alternatives for this term are:

alone, cast aside, cast away, cast off, deserted, discarded, dissipated, dropped, eliminated, empty, forgotten, forsaken, friendless, given up, jilted, left, left alone, left behind, neglected, outcast, passed up, pigeonholed, rejected, relinquished, shunned, side-tracked, sidelined, stranded, unoccupied, vacant, vacated, banish, bar, blackball, boycott, debar, ding, exclude, expel, ostracize, preclude, proscribe, reject, repudiate, siwash, snub, thumbs down, vote against, abominable, annoying, bothersome, defective, disagreeable, disliked, displeasing, distasteful, dreaded, icky, inadmissible, incommodious, inconvenient, inexpedient, insufferable, loathed, loathsome, objectionable, obnoxious, offensive, outcast, rejected, repellent, repugnant, scorned, troublesome, unacceptable, unattractive, unlikable, unpleasing, unpopular, unsatisfactory, unsavory, unsought, unsuitable, unwanted, unwelcome, unwished for, useless

I am hoping that by Monday this feeling will have passed. I have plenty to busy myself with in the meantime.

Should finances allow I'm thinking of going to see the Massive Change exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery. It looks fascinating and I've heard nothing but rave reviews from my friends and acquaintances who have attended the exhibit already.