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Monthly Archive: April 2009

Apr 10 2009

Stage Kiss

I almost didn’t get cast. I was friends with the director, Greg, who invited me to read for the part. Then he couldn’t decide whether he liked me in the role or just liked me. Luckily for me, his assistant director liked me too and told him to stop dithering. As an aside, Greg had …

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Apr 09 2009

Trying to Kill Me

A friend of mine from college just posted this to my wall on Facebook. Aside from, “If I hurt, I share,” there’s nothing more to be said. We can have play time in my little playroom.

Apr 09 2009

Are You Reading?

Quiche Moraine, that is. If you’re not, or if you only head that direction when I point you at something I’ve written, you’re missing out. You’re missing Ana collecting insights on the economy and things like Pokemon fetish wear. You’re missing Mike telling tales on himself and interviewing Minnesota politicians. You’re missing Greg telling stories …

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Apr 08 2009

Enough Already

Because it isn’t enough that our governor is an airhead with a pleasant face. Because it isn’t enough that he took a stupid no-tax pledge years ago. Because it isn’t enough that when we had budget surpluses, he sent it all back despite the infrastructure that needed attention (bridges, anyone?). Because it isn’t enough that …

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Apr 07 2009

Trigger Happy Trigun

So, when you discover that someone has made a Weird Al video using your favorite anime, you really kinda have to share. [sigh]

Apr 06 2009

Tin Revolutionaries

Apropos of the discussion here and here. If you ever have to rely on the Second Amendment to save you from a tyrannical government, you’ve left things too late. Several decades too late, in fact. I don’t know whether you’ve noticed, but the world has changed since the days of the Revolutionary War. Most of …

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Apr 05 2009

Position Wanted

DrugMonkey asked a question about fantasy races in the comments here that made me realize I’ve never really written that kind of fantasy. This story is, I think, the closest I’ve ever come to treating a standard fantasy race in a straightforward way. And even here, I mess with it a bit. Position Wanted Charlene …

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Apr 04 2009

Atheists Talk–Jerry Dincin

Jerry Dincin, “Final Exit Network”Atheists Talk #0064 Sunday, April 5, 2009 The mission of the Final Exit Network is to serve people who are suffering intolerably from irreversible conditions that have become more than they can bear. The Network was recently raided and their funds confiscated by the State of Georgia under the false accusation …

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Apr 02 2009

Negotiables

Having been mostly away from the internet for the last couple of weeks, I’m late to the party as usual, but I still think there’s something that needs to be said about the reception that Sheril of The Intersection received at Discover Blogs. Well, not so much about the reception itself. Sheril said just about …

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Apr 02 2009

Trust in Me

What could be better than Siouxsie Sioux singing the best Disney song ever? (‘S okay. Video is Dr. J-safe.) Trust in Me You can sleep safe and sound, knowing I am around.

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