Monthly Archives: August 2003
Neat article here about the youth of the 90s as compared to the youth of the 30s. I swear, I read somewhere that even back in the days of the Roman Empire, people complained about the “youth of today!” being … Continue reading
\DOP-uhl-gang-uhr\, noun: 1. A ghostly double or counterpart of a living person. 2. Alter ego; double. There are few things quite so unnerving as meeting one’s own doppelganger in a back alley at night… particularly if you’re not a nice … Continue reading
Man. I have to bow down to Roger Ebert. That poor man had to review “Jeepers Creepers 2” (which I’ve decided I can’t stomach, so I’m doing a late review of “The Medallion” this weekend). And he did a great … Continue reading
This week’s Friday Five. All about school, yay! I was such a big school geek – teacher’s pet, all excited by the first day of school (once I got over being terrified of having to meet all those new people), … Continue reading
Well, I’ve gone and done it. I’ve signed up for this year’s World’s Simplest Footbal Contest over at Antwon.com. My strategy for selecting teams shall consist entirely of this: I will choose the team with the name I think is … Continue reading
This East Bay Express article really sums up well why I love The Phenomenauts. Can you believe these guys crashed the Warped Tour?!? They weren’t supposed to play but they went along anyway, bluffed their way into getting passes, and … Continue reading
\EE-kwuh-poiz; EK-wuh-\, noun: 1. A state of being equally balanced; equilibrium; — as of moral, political, or social interests or forces. 2. Counterbalance. Her skills with landscaping were such that any garden touched by her invariably maintained a delicate equipoise … Continue reading
Fixed my damn booklog templates so they look pretty again. Woo. A Perpetual Orgy: Ealasaid’s Booklog And yes, I know it’s too wide for 800×600 screens. Sorry. I’m working on that. Gotta redo one of my graphics.
I’ve updated my booklog by extending the review of The Dragonbone Chair.