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Then Again…

2014 September 2nd

I can always change my mind. Again.

 

 

 

 

 

I could explain further but… nah.


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August 4, 2014

2014 August 4th

So, what if you had a blog where, instead of old posts being archived away to be read at any time and to provide content fodder for search engines to display to their users and to hope and pray the mighty search engines send some traffic your way, even though they work hard to keep users from actually leaving their sites, making search engine traffic less and less relevant as time marches on, instead a new post replaced the old post, whereupon it would be gone. Not moved further down the page, not archived, just gone. Replaced. Upgraded. Swapped out for something new.

In other words, you snooze, you lose.

So, that is what we have here. Everything that was here before? *poof!* Gone.

If you want to read what I write here, you will just have to visit more often. Otherwise, sorry.


All Good Things Must Come to an End…

2014 March 16th

All Good Things Must Come to an End...


Snookers Cartoon #1

2014 January 18th

You may remember the Snookers.

Well, here they are in their first cartoon. Enjoy!

 


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Mundane Monday: Ceiling Vents

2014 January 6th

Ceiling Vent 0009

 

Greetings fellow archaeologists, archaeologistas, and non-gender-specific-researchers-of-historic-antiquities of the far, far future.

Today we see a ceiling vent of a type we commonly find in homes among a recently discovered neighborhood that was constructed in the late 20th century, before the Great Warming Great Cooling Treacherously Temperate Period in the early 21st century drove people out from this region to cooler warmer more variable climes.

Due to the roofs of these homes having dried and caught fire rotted away inexplicably vanished during the centuries between their abandonment and recent discovery, we have little physical evidence as to their intended purpose.

However, thanks to the research of thousands of scientists, scientistas and science-researchers-of-indeterminate-genders at the cost of billions of taxpayer dollars, we have concluded that these vents were used by artificially intelligent mice to study their creators in their natural habitats. These viewing vents were present in every room of the house and connected to a central hub wherein the mice could meet and compare notes. They were placed in walls and ceilings to give the mice the maximum number of viewpoints to observe their human subjects. This theory was confirmed by the presence of several rodent skeletons found within the aforementioned central hubs.

These hubs also had fans and heating elements and also connected to cooling systems to allow the mice to stay comfortable in their labs throughout the seasons of the year.

These viewing vents allowed the mice to watch their humans throughout the day. They also had similar vents in vehicles of the period to allow the mice to accompany their subjects away from their homes, but securely hidden away where they would not be seen, so as not to affect their subjects’ behavior. These in-depth studies clearly gave the mice the tactical advantage during the Great Rodent Uprising of 2257.

All hail our current rodent overlords.