Category Archives: History*

On the Lot

When growing up, no one thinks about jobs or careers.  Men don’t think about marriage or children… other than an occasional "you’re joking, right?"  Car insurance?  Being able to legally rent a car?  Running for state senate?  Nope. Children think about … Continue reading

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Really Bad Fortune Cookie

So I’ve previously blogged about having had a weird fortune cookie.  Now I got one that is really wrong. At least, I hope it’s wrong: I mean — golly!  Maybe, out-of-context, it seemed innocent (they forgot to add the ‘in bed’ … Continue reading

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Super Bowl XL Ads Super Sucked

Was that really a super bowl?  Where were the good commercials? Is no one advertising anything important this year? Is it the end of television as we know it?   Every year America makes a deal with the NFL and … Continue reading

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The World’s Most Dangerous Game

Following this post you shall see pictures of horrible game injuries.  Sensitive readers might want to exercise caution and use lynx to read this post.   They say the only way to truely know theyself is to challenge thyself.   I’m not much of … Continue reading

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2005 – 10 – 20 in History

What could possibly be the significance of the following outfit (that I happen to wear today == Thursday, 2005-10-20)?     No, it’s not what you think.  Unless, it is what you think.  I can’t actually think of anything charming to end this … Continue reading

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SIFF: 2, Lord Pi: 0

Two years, two attempts at my online productivity.  Last year the SIFF killed my webcomic.  This year it prevented me from blogging for a month. Next year?  Maybe it’ll destroy mankind, as we know it. The good news is that … Continue reading

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Japanese: 1, Lord Pi: 0

I woke up late today.  Once I got out of bed I was incredibly hungry.  It seems that the only food that I had in the house were Japanese candies (Men’s Pocky, Botan Rice Candy, and Hello Kitty Pineaple Jelly Candy).  … Continue reading

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