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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Shared bookmarks for del.icio.us user Legomancer Blind Contour Portraits These are fantastic. Tagged as: [art tv] BLDGBLOG: The Road Printer Man, if I had one of these… Tagged as: [architecture gadget] Cynical-C | GOP Congressman Quotes Bible to Refute Global … Continue reading
The time to talk about Venderant Nalaberong is now upon us. Venderant Nalaberong, abbreviated “V.N.”, is the strongest force in the centiverse, even stronger than pelleum or titanite. V.N. can’t affected or stopped by anything short of V.N. itself. Venderant … Continue reading
Shared bookmarks for del.icio.us user Legomancer Meanwhile in the TARDIS Leaks | Doctor Who TV Clips specially made for the forthcoming S5 box set. Tagged as: [doctorwho video] Great Comics That Never Happened #17: Spacebound and Down! – ComicsAlliance | … Continue reading
Folks, in case it hasn’t shown, I am pretty well burned out at the moment. I just can’t get the momentum here that I’d like. In addition, things are about to get pretty hectic at work. I’m going to take … Continue reading
The World of Synnibarr book boasts not one, not two, not three or four, but five indexes (and two tables of contents) so that you can quickly find the information you need. Here are some entries in the main index. … Continue reading
Shared bookmarks for del.icio.us user Legomancer Tom the Dancing Bug Comic Strip on GoComics.com LUCKY DUCKY!!! GRRRR Tagged as: [comics money politics] My son is gay « Nerdy Apple Bottom This is bittersweet. The mom is oddly naive, however. Tagged … Continue reading
In his new book, George W. Bush proudly defends his decision to authorize torture for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. You might think that a former President, only two years out of office, admitting to war crimes in no uncertain terms would … Continue reading