They have folding geodesic domes so we could with enough parking lots and/or public space cut out the hotels for sci-fi conventions. Then there\’s the obvious medieval fantasy themed events, old mexico western sets, more permanent disaster relief than tents and cardboard . . . I like them alot.
The good folks over at UCSB decided to digitize and make available for all and sundry 10,000 wax cylinder recordings from when our \’personas\’ would have first heard or at least heard of said recordings. Please enjoy! https://cylinders.library.ucsb.edu/playlists.php
I found this transcription of The Nautical Telegraph Code Book on the propnomicon site and thought it might be useful for some roleplay or even long-distance relationships. Can\’t be too careful these days with messaging. https://www.houwie.net/ntele01.html
I may need a \’bowl\’ to watch this one. Not saying it doesn\’t look . . . um what\’s the word? Hmm . . . kookie, yes that is the word and I do like kookie some days. I did enjoy The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel I and II, so perhaps it deserves a once over. I do like some of the cast, but I despise \’non-labelism\’. Should be a hoot. TTFN.
Mediocre at best, perhaps if I were under the influence it would have been better. I’m not saying it wasn’t interesting at least enough for me to watch all the way through, just that I was hoping for a more action filled adventure. I can definitely rank nearabouts the Golden Compass or even the Brothers Grimm. Better than Season of the Witch,…[Read more]