Wednesday, August 16, 2006
Saturday, August 12, 2006
Friday, August 11, 2006
Wednesday, August 09, 2006
Tuesday, August 08, 2006
Tuesday, August 01, 2006
Sunday, July 30, 2006
Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Monday, June 19, 2006
But hey, there's good news too. It really is almost done, and it's totally gonna rock. So there's that anyway. Guess I can use this time to pull back and look over my printouts so far. Make sure it's all gonna fit together when this carpal tunnel thing settles down.
I keep toying with adding this one new class but I still haven't made my mind up. Sort of an ascetic healer/transcendentalist type. It would have some abilities in common with the D&D monk class but would not be as focused on combat and funky weapons and Oriental culture. More of a healer type, but (hopefully) with enough tricks to make it still fun to play.
So maybe I can work out the details of that while I'm sitting around re-playing the Doctor Who episodes I recorded and cursing the frailty of flesh.
Saturday, June 17, 2006
There's nothing all that great about that generation, anyway. They fought in a big war. They went with the tide of history. They did what anybody else would have done in their situation. There's nothing heroic about that. It's just life. And they bred like rats, too. Thanks a lot for that population nudge, greatniks. Thanks for the boom that led to urban sprawl, toxic wastelands, and global warming. I am so humbled before your greatness.
There's no such thing as a great generation. The only thing we get from glorifying the past is the inability to grow out of it.
Monday, June 12, 2006
Wednesday, May 31, 2006
Monday, May 22, 2006
Also, I got no work at all done this weekend, unless putzing around with the cover layout counts. So maybe I cracked myself on the head because deep down, I knew I deserved it. Damn, I'm mean.
Sunday, May 21, 2006
Saturday, May 20, 2006
Rough Summer Is On the Way for Air Travel
By JEFF BAILEY, May 21, 2006
CHICAGO, May 20 — Brace yourself for a summer of miserable air travel.
Planes are expected to be packed fuller than at anytime since World War II, when the airlines helped transport troops. Fares are rising. Service frills are disappearing.
Logjams at airport security checkpoints loom as the federal government strains to keep screener jobs filled. The usual violent summer storms are expected to send the air traffic control system into chaos at times, with flight delays and cancellations cascading across the country...
Well, that's just great. The one summer I have to fly because a car trip to my brother's wedding in San Francisco would be even more expensive, and shit like this is happening.
Friday, May 19, 2006
Kind of a neat quote, huh? It popped up on my random quote of the day thingie just after I emailed that last post in. And isn't it cool, btw, that I can just email my blog posts in (with a password) and they get posted automatically? That's one of the reasons I jumped to this site. Anyway, you know whose quote that was? John Lennon? Jules Verne? Think farther back. It was actually my favorite "founding father," Thomas Jefferson.
History's interesting too, of course. No denying that.
Wednesday, May 17, 2006
We were at the park today and I saw something I've never seen before: a black squirrel. It was cool. Turned out there were actually a bunch of them there. Of course, I'm hardly a squirrel expert. I hadn't seen red squirrels either until I moved to Cleveland. They're all red in the neighborhood where I live now. Before that, I thought they were all gray.
Okay, really. Future posts will be more interesting than this. Probably better written too, although I make no promises. It is a blog, after all.