Monthly Archive: September 2010

Sep 25

Our World of Worlds

I guess it’s just human nature to be afraid of what we don’t understand.  It’s a reoccurring theme throughout the history of media.  Some forms of media, like Rock N’ Roll, have seemed specifically designed to bait the paranoid censors even though they’re mostly harmless when you get to know them, while others ,like video …

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Sep 15

Going Somewhere

Life with my family is occasionally weighty, as it is with any normal family.  Honestly, I have it good, REAL good, but part of the reason I’m trying to make regular posts like these is for the purposes of discipline, to help me further myself regardless of my situation.  Our current life is hardly desperate, …

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Sep 13

Fanciful Online Worlds

At long last, I have finished writing the new grid for Multiverse Crisis MUSH, that being an online game I’ve been a part of for a while.  It’s like an online RPG, but text-based, and people fill out applications for characters they want, then roleplay with their characters on the MUSH’s grid, i.e. network of …

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Sep 10

Names For A Small Pet Dog

Thing. Monster. Dogbark. Roadblock. Seedface. Smelly. Teddy Bear Face. Woofer. Beastie. Love Sponge. Coyote Bait. Oh bite me, these are all affectionate names.  I live with two terriers: a cairn and a westie, and though I love their company, I’m well aware of their colorful faults too.  They’re like little kids who will never grow …

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Sep 09

Actually Air Man is Easy to Beat

My comrade Firehawke has a passion for racing in Mega Man 2, a game that I am quite competent at… so long as I am allowed to go at my own pace.  Once I have to race someone else through the game, my skill drops to about this level: I dunno what school of gaming …

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Sep 06

Life is a musical

Music is a big part of my life, believe it or not. It keeps me going when I work, and the right song will charge me with energy when I’m getting sleepy. Heck, I’ve even pieced together soundtracks for the books I’m working on. Yet I cannot name a single modern vocalist that I enjoy. …

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