Based on the comic. I just finished downloading the game, or the demo, actually. The full game can be unlocked if one gives them $20. Once I've played it, I'll let you know how it is.
And this is still really funny. Read through the 04/09/05 strip for the full joke. I discovered this comic a couple days ago and I've read through 3+ years of it in the last couple days. Some of them are really funny. Most of them are at least pretty good.
It seems Google (who owns Blogger, where this blog is hosted) has decided that they'll just start infringing on copyrights and authors will have to catch them at it and ask Google to stop. But they have to say "pretty please with a cherry on top".Okay, I made up that last bit. [A] lawsuit [was] … Continue reading If you can catch us, we’ll stop infringing on your rights.
Below is a list of the last hundred books that I read, in more or less the order I read them. I keep a list of the books I have read, and for the last hundred books or so, I've been keeping track of the order in which they are entered on my list. It's … Continue reading 100
Since the last book post, it's been eight days and six Ngaio Marsh mysteries, which is a pretty heated pace. And I still have a good half dozen out from the library that I want to read before they're overdue.Those last six books are: A Man Lay Dead, Death of a Peer, Vintage Murder, False … Continue reading Marsh-a-thon
Blogger's spell-check still does not consider "blog" a word. I still find this amusing. This concludes this periodic, random reminder.
Armavirumque notes the passing of Jeeves as the mascot for "Ask Jeeves". I laughed out loud for a minute or two when I read the reasoning and the commentary of Stefan Beck. Go ahead. Even if you don't know who Jeeves is (unlikely if you've been reading my blog for a while), you'll still get … Continue reading Do you know everything, Jeeves?
Turns out, if you play World of Warcraft, you may be at risk for a new disease.
"A year ago I was a member of theTitipu town band. It was my duty to take the cap round for contributions. While discharging this delicate office, I saw Yum-Yum. We loved each other at once, but she was betrothed to her guardian Ko-Ko, a cheap tailor, and I saw that my suit was hopeless."-- … Continue reading Don’t you love a play on words?
"Anyone can hang a piece, but a good blunder requires thought."--Tim KrabbeToday's quote at ChessGames.com