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June 26th, 2011

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Last night was one of the most demoralizing experiences I've had in a long time.

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November 17th, 2010

http://www.sangawaproject.com/

It's an 18+ con... That doesn't focus on porn! (I know, weird.)

April 27th, 2010

I get the feeling that I am going to lose my man card for this conversation, but I needed to share... This was one for the books.

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For the record, she was skinny, not my type at all and I was really obviously not hers, but she wanted me to do naughty things to her... I guess.

So a skinny, attractive bisexual woman essentially threw herself at me asking for sex, and I said no... Yep, losing my man card.

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October 29th, 2009

On my "reading" Habits:

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I don't read a lot anymore. I really don't know why, it's not like I don't have the time to do so, however, I do consume media that can only be construed as literature. I listen to a LOT of audio books. Being a cheap (And frequently broke...) man, I find free books as frequently as I can...

Back when I discovered podcasting, I quickly discovered podiobooks.com and the things contained therein. As I searched, one name kept cropping up. I had no idea who Nathan Lowell was, nor was I all that enthusiastic about reading about the day to day life of intergalactic freight haulers, but the books were rated so highly, I had to see what all the buzz was about.

In a funny way, Nathan Lowell changed my life. His, "Golden Age of the Solar Clipper", series has affected the way I see my world on an elemental level. From really getting a grasp on how profits are calculated to a greater understanding for how academic achievement can be easy and later... He deeply affected how I manage people and the way I deal with future planning and dealing with adversity...

Nathan Lowell has a new book (For free) on podiobooks.com... I am going to tear through it as soon as it is done downloading. I hope that some of you will look at this recommendation and listen to it yourself. It might not have the same effect on you that it did on me, but the series is absolutely worth the listen.

October 13th, 2009

And... We have power again.

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That was faster than expected... This is a good thing.

October 12th, 2009

Leah has a place to hole up for the duration. Can someone house me for a little while perchance?

October 2nd, 2009

I was told about her passing very early this morning... She was 34. She was only 34 and she was full of spirit... This all sounds so trite to me, since I rarely spoke to her, but her passing is affecting me in ways that I hadn't considered. She was 34 and talented, smart and to me, beautiful.

She is the second OG Tekkoshocon senior staffer to pass on... She was the first "forseeable" death (Forseeable, in that we all knew it was possible...) and I hate that she's gone. It made me happy to learn that she had beaten the cancer... It makes me sad to know that she hadn't beaten it for good.

Goodbye Stacy.

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Sweet Literary Jeebus...

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I saw this story on grammar_whores

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August 22nd, 2009

 I will be in Jersey next weekend for a wedding...  On the Sunday after the wedding, Leah and I will be in NYC for the day.

I'm still not sure what we should check out, other than Chinatown.  Thoughts?

July 31st, 2009

 (Sitting around the table, having just finished our fourth game of the new version of clue for the evening...)

Me: I never thought I would have to say this, but I think I need to write Hasbro an email and ask for erratta for "Clue". 


The game has serious game balance issues since they added special abilities to each of the characters.  Yes, I just said game balance issues in reference to "Clue".

Is it just me or does that really make so little sense?
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