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Entries from April 30th, 2003

Digital diversions

April 30th, 2003 · Comments Off on Digital diversions · Uncategorized

Splinter Cell for the Playstation: very good. Finished it, and wept when there was no more. Ages of Empire II Gold for the Mac: I am the last Mac gamer to actually play this, I think. I’m not a huge fan of real-time strategy games, but this one has caught my fancy. I will not […]

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Excuse the dust

April 29th, 2003 · Comments Off on Excuse the dust · Uncategorized

Yes, I’ve been a huge blogging bum lately. Even I am mad at me for the lack of updates. And it’s certainly not due to lack of things to write about. But I’m still going to make push to get back on this old horse and keep going. For now, here endeth the blogging about […]

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All kinds of lists

April 8th, 2003 · Comments Off on All kinds of lists · Uncategorized

Amazon’s wish lists are a nifty feature, as any web-cam girl will tell you. But it’s a logical extension that Amazon should cover all bases, and allow customers to set up their Amazon Shit List as well. You could put everything you ever got that completely sucked, or anything you never, ever would want, on […]

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The winds of love

April 7th, 2003 · Comments Off on The winds of love · Uncategorized

Looks like I’m not the only one who realizes that breaking wind is a sign of endearment. Pass me that burrito, please, I’m feeling affectionate. In these troubling times, I enjoy sharing my love with strangers, in an attempt to brighten their day. I find the most moving way is inside an elevator, silently, but […]

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Game Time

April 4th, 2003 · Comments Off on Game Time · Uncategorized

One of the challenges of enjoying games of the non-Internet variety is getting people together to play. While it might just be possible, if you are enough of a geek, to have several friends who are interested in gaming, it can still be a problem of almost Hamiltonian proportions to find a schedule that will […]

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