Monthly Archives: June 2015

…and a belated birthday to Mark!

I can’t remember why for the life of me I keep thinking his birthday is on the 30th when my portable’s calendar slaps me in the face every year for 29th. The key thing is, I believe he had a … Continue reading

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I feel this more in the car during the Summer

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These are the good kind of hairy gnolls…

…and not the gross kind that smell like ass, aka self-appointed “expert” and “critic” Harry Knowles, the guy behind Ain’t it Cool. Beyonce Knowles has her moments even I don’t care for her music. Oh wait, the Knoll Brothers did give … Continue reading

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Happy belated 37th birthday Ben…we all miss you

Yesterday Ben would’ve been 37, a great prime number. He was a great person, a pretty cool day and fun co-worker I miss every time I think about him. No one was a bigger Stars fan than him since he … Continue reading

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Merchants of Doubt by Naomi Oreskes & Erik M Conway

Ignore the documentary and take the time to read this painful book which was well-researched. You may not be able to get through Merchants easily, I often found myself putting it down for a two-day intervals due to the rage I felt. … Continue reading

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D&D with Lego Minifigs!

These people playing at Dragon’s Lair the other night were generous enough to let me take a photo. It’s not a terribly original idea (I find these more useful with Star Wars) but the Unicorn Lady with the staff (wizard?) and … Continue reading

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RIP Chris Squire

Yes was a key band of in my Classic Rock education when I lived in Houston. You could often hear “Roundabout,” “I’ve Seen All Good People” and “Starship Trooper” on a regular basis through KLOL. The material Chris performed on is … Continue reading

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Seattle-Paizo achieved!

I would put this running goal about four months behind the schedule I was keeping if I were applying last year’s pace. This year has been just rough across the board, even on the exercise front which should be a breeze … Continue reading

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Stephen Colbert weighs in with a good point

…of course corporations don’t marry, the devour each other.

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America finally joins the civilized world

Unlike the ACA decision earlier this week, it didn’t beat the spread as Bender would say. I knew the odds favored a ruling to do the morally right thing since we’ve only had legal interracial marriages for over a generation. … Continue reading

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