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AmadanNaBriona

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  1. Re: A Thread for Random Musings Just got back from meeting MC Lars and MC Frontalot at their gig at the Uptown in Oakland. They both signed the girls boobs.
  2. Re: A Thread for Random Musings My house if full of exhausted 20 something women, crashed out everywhere after a successful night at the club modeling my stuff. Where there's a will, there is a way....
  3. Re: What Are You Listening To Right Now? Selections from the Buffy episode "Once More With Feeling"
  4. Re: Quote of the Week From My Life. "'Sanity' is the term little people use who want you to conform to their paradigm. F*ck it." -Me, to an old friend, a fellow artist
  5. Re: The cranky thread Sometimes, you have to accept it's time to kick over the table and walk away from the game
  6. Re: The cranky thread There are a host of Cthulhu Mythos carols on Youtube that have been getting it done for me. Edit: Here, to get you started...
  7. Re: What Have You Watched Recently? Been watching Archer, whole series in a marathon. I'm mostly amused, occasionally offended, and have decided that Dr. Krieger is one of my favorite supporting characters of all time.
  8. Re: What Are You Listening To Right Now? Schaffer the Darklord dropped a new album last month, and I'm giving it my first listen. and it's free on his site, anyone's interested. Dark NY Nerdcore hiphop with black metal and punk influences. http://schafferthedarklord.bandcamp.com/album/junk-drawer Oooh... it's good remixes of Battlefonts and Nerd Lust, two of my favorites
  9. Re: What Are You Listening To Right Now? Schaffer the Darklord dropped a new album last month, and I'm giving it my first listen. and it's free on his site, anyone's interested. Dark NY Nerdcore hiphop with black metal and punk influences. http://schafferthedarklord.bandcamp.com/album/junk-drawer
  10. Re: What Non-Fiction Book have you just finished? Rebels:The Irish Rising of 1916 by Peter DeRosa Good, accurate well researched and well documented chronological account of the Rising. Simultaneously inspiring and depressing as hell, reading about just how f-ed the whole situation was, and how my personal suite of heroes spent the time before they faced the firing squads' guns.
  11. Re: A Thread For Random Links An awesome new camp stove Very Apocalypse friendly! Runs on twigs, bark, or pinecones, and recharges USB accessories!
  12. Re: More space news! Anudder interesting new super-material. Bulletproof skintight costumes are, at this point, just a matter of someone bothering to spend the money to research & build one.
  13. Re: More space news! 'cause the crash et it. Fusion Impulse engine proposed, using deuterium and lithium6
  14. Re: The cranky thread Just got back from my preliminary termination meeting. My Union rep rocked. The Assistant Department head had a pretty good pokerface, but I'm pretty sure I wasn't what she expected (she's new, and I don't think she realized that I've been there longer than any of the current management). The HR rep seemed to like me tho. I'm generally optimistic that we might come to a resolution, but I'm prepared for the worst. Being free of my day job would increase both my mobility and my motive to make money, I guess
  15. Re: What Fantasy/Sci-Fi book have you just finished? Please rate it... I love the series, OTOH, but I suspect that reading them in chronological order might have colored your perceptions a bit. The 97th Step is really a prequel, and is best read that way (Edit: that is to say, after the main series)... otherwise, yeah, like you said, lots of buildup, followed by more, because The Man Who Never Missed is basically the first act of the story of the Rebellion
  16. Re: What Are You Listening To Right Now? Christy Moore's cover of Fairytale of New York. This song messes with my head
  17. Re: More space news! Two cool new things we can start factoring into designs http://dvice.com/archives/2012/11/living-concrete.php http://dvice.com/archives/2012/11/first-all-carbo.php
  18. Re: A Thread for Random Musings Just posted this on FB: "I wish I had a clue when it comes to this whole "meeting interesting members of the opposite sex" thing. I can carry on conversations just fine, but can't seem to step over the line into flirting. In review, I've generally been the prize, the party that is pursued and won. No one seems to be interested this time around tho and I'm afraid I'm gonna do exactly what I've done the last time and fall hard for the first mostly compatible girl I meet who decided I'm worth chasing. Oh, yeah, if it wasn't obvious by the context: I am available for romance. Pros: Genius. Polymath. Artist. Generous. Good in bed. Hung like a Circus pony. Voted "Best to have on your side in an Apocalypse". Good Singer. Cons: Insane. Bent as a Pewter ducat. Kinda a Jerk (Like an a$$h*le, but nice about it) on occasion. Occasionally stumbles across social circumstances I just don't grok, because I kinda have to study human interactions from the outside before I can mimic them properly. And I'm about halfway to being the male version of a crazy cat lady. I am just so sick of going to events and feeling like Tantalus in Tartarus"
  19. Re: Musings on Random Musings I'm going to a Vampyre Ball tonight, dressed as a Hunter. Which is pretty much just dressing like, well, me, but with some extra gear.
  20. Re: Musings on Random Musings Woulda fit right in at the party I went to Saturday night in Twin Peaks. Among many other geek costumes there, there was an Arthur Dent, a Chris Knight, a Runner in Red (complete with blinking Lifecrystal) and a couple done up as a Higgs Boson
  21. Re: "Neat" Pictures I was gonna post that if it wasn't already up. in a similar vein... [ATTACH=CONFIG]45044[/ATTACH]
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