Archive: February 2006

There is an advantage to living with other people. There are several, in fact. One of the advantages, for example, for living back home with my family is that my brother is far better at making pancakes than I am.

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Okay, lack of content. Really sorry. I have no excuse. I do, though, have the best mitigation report, the only such excuse valid in all parts of the world. I have a note from my mum. And with that crypic

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I was asked to read stories into a microphone by a friend named Helen, because a fanfiction reading that I did shortly beforehand helped her get her newborn son to bed. Said son started school, I believe, a little while

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It is a lonely business being a super hero. (Sorry, I do mean for there to be more content around, but I haven’t had time to write anything more interesting between LARP, CoH and all the other things I’m failing

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Since a few people on my friends lists and reading lists and such have mentioned they owned the game, would anybody be up for a Play By Email game of Civilization 4?

Okay, apart from the little redesign thing, a few other things have gone into Epistula today, and these are they: Wildcard Archives Part One You can now put a wildcard in the year (so http://www.aquarionics.com/archive/journal/*/01/26 for articles written on my

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(If you’re reading this in an aggregator of some kind, it’s probably worth visiting the main site) Good morning. There’s something special about today, but I can never remember what it is. Ah well, someone will remind me, I’m sure.

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I have found the worlds most insane game. It is very cool. It is called Baron Von Puttyngton vs. The Cancerous M.C. Escher Maze… OF CHEESE and the title is the least insane thing about it. From the site: You

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…and the ground felt strange beneath my feet. Less solid, somehow, less there. There was the sound of thirty children being very, very quiet, and I found that disconcerting so I opened my eyes. I wasn’t standing on anything. That

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I have a love-hate relationship with the Radio 4 UK Theme. The Radio 4 UK Theme is, for those evil non-uk people and also students who will never have heard it, a collection of traditional themes and tunes interleaved and

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