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Now that I've got a new DVR with a functioning hard drive, maybe I can catch up! Also, have you been channeling Sir Terry lately?* * Or is it just me?
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2011 on Eureka: Of Mites and Men at WWdN: In Exile
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I live out in a rural area. Every now and again when I'm outside at night - usually taking the dog out - I look up. Having been a city boy most of my life, it takes more than a few seconds to collect all the starts and planets I see into a panorama inside my head. When it clicks like that, I get this vaguely dizzy feeling, almost a vertigo and I have to look away. I find, at this point, that my dog is waiting patiently for me, but making it obvious that I'm holding her up from some vastly important dog thing that I don't understand. That's generally sufficient to ground me long enough to get back inside before I trip and fall off the planet.
Toggle Commented Dec 15, 2010 on starry starry night at WWdN: In Exile
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Nice shirt! I used my D&D mapping skills much later in life when designing levels for a MUD. This is also my second D&D 80's flashback this week. Have you seen what's been updated for 4e?
Toggle Commented Jun 28, 2010 on never forget your roots at WWdN: In Exile
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Great post. I'm not an old timer, but I am a fan. It really is odd to see some of what I thought were internal conversations put down on paper by someone else. So please, feel free to continue doing what you're doing. For me, at least (as creepy as it sounds), it's nice to know I'm not as alone inside my head as I had thought. On a side note, one thing that seems relevant that I've learned from my own voice - Regrets, a harsh mistress if there ever was one - is that no matter what I've been through in the past, I wouldn't be where I am if it weren't for where I was. X (The closest thing I have to an IGS in plain text.)
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Rest in Peace, RJD. /mourn Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2010 at Aural Thinking (etc...)
While I understand the desire to categorize oneself based on your likes and dislikes (Chocolate/Vanilla, Marvel/DC, Democrat/Republican, etc...), I'm not sure what drives us to sub-sub-sub-categorize. I grew up listening to Rock (a.k.a., Hippy Music), for the most part, with a little Classical (the category, not the musical era) thrown... Continue reading
Posted Mar 29, 2010 at Aural Thinking (etc...)
This is something I've been wanting to get down in writing for a while, so it may ramble a bit long. I believe that human's have a built in (genetic?) sense of music - some more stunted than others, granted, but it's still there. What's not automatic is the sense... Continue reading
Posted Mar 26, 2010 at Aural Thinking (etc...)
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