Monthly Archives: October 2004
by Terry Pratchett Pratchett does it again! His books are getting more and more serious as he gets older but they speak more and more about what I will rather pretentiously call Human Truths. Good stuff. I’d write more but … Continue reading
by Terry Pratchett Pratchetty goodness, this time centering on war, feminism, and what happens when people lose faith in their god and their government. Very good stuff.
…that the comments are broken. I tried to despam too many entries at once (goddamn comment spamming bastards hammered me over the weekend) and broke MT-Blacklist. I’m getting some help from a great guy on the MT-Blacklist troubleshooting forum and … Continue reading
Great huge meme…
I can never decide if I love it or hate it more when someone else says something in their blog/LJ/whatever that I really, really wish I’d said. Here are excerpts and links. Epicyclical sez: being silent when hateful, or even … Continue reading
Found at aldahlia, a fellow NaNoer. One of the problems with blogging is that we all think we are close, but are missing important, basic pieces of info about each other. Let
This week’s Wednesday Whatevers.
I love this posting. Totally deserved “best of” status. I’ll copy it below for archival purposes.
When you see this, post a bit of poetry in your own journal. Very well. Here’s a limerick by Edward Gorey: A dreary young bank clerk named FennisWished to foster an aura of menace.—-To make people afraid,—-He wore gloves of … Continue reading
\kuhn-VIV-ee-uhl\, adjective: Relating to, occupied with, or fond of feasting, drinking, and good company; merry; festive. I rather like a convivial evening with friends, provided someone else cleans up afterwards.