2013 has been an interesting year. Or, as Mr. Spock would have said, “Fascinating.”
The recent American election was troubling. Not so much for the results, which went as I predicted back in July, but for the aftermath, which is still playing out into the New Year. What’s really interesting is that we are seeing the same complaints that we saw after the re-election of George W. Bush in […]
Who is Pamela Jones aka PJ? That was the question that was bothering many people not that long ago, me among them.
All of a sudden I start getting messages, messages which didn’t make any initial sense. On Twitter I got this: hfiguiere Hubert Figuière @_the_mad_hatter by retweeting schestowitz, you lose any credibility.
There’s been a lot of things going on over the last couple of weeks, which is why there haven’t been updates. Part of my time has been spent on recording and mixing. Part of it has been spent on setting up some web sites. Part of it was spent trying to give my mutts a bath – both of them appear to be totally allergic to water 🙂
So Melissa Draper, rather than defining yourself by the Ubuntu Community, why not force the Ubuntu Community to define itself by Melissa Draper? They may not like it, but you’ll have more of an effect, and have a lot more fun.
I’ll never forget him playing Sergeant Pinback in Dark Star. Good bye Dan.
Have some interesting news. Charlie Demerjian, ranter par excellence has left The Inquirer and founded his own new site, Semi Accurate :: News for the Everygeek. Guess my last reason for reading The Inquirer is now gone. The same thing happened to it’s predecessor (heck, the only reason I go to The Register website at […]
Gary Gygax. Now there’s a name I have not heard for a long time. Got home from work today, and Heather told me he’d passed away. For those few who don’t know, Gary was one of the people responsible for the massive popularity of Role Playing Games – in fact his gaming group invented the […]
Ann Coulter and Michael Moore have more in common than they think. They are both rude, insulting, and willing to twist the truth for their causes. In the inflexible American political system (consider that the presidential election campaign rules haven’t been updated since the days of horse drawn carriages…) they are considered to be at […]