The Scream
By Dwip October 29, 2006 at 9:59 pm Comments Off on The Scream RSS Feed for this post

Because it took me about 4 hours to figure out how the hell to do this, to add a new topic in the Oblivion CS: Go to CharacterQuests… Click the Topics tab Right click in the EditorID section, click Add Topic Right click in the big list of topics, click New. No, nothing else in the interface works even remotely like this. Thanks Beth, really fucking appreciate it. Also, your version of level scaling sucks ass. I just want you to know that. For the rest of you, who are perhaps not quite so invested in this as I am, here’s a funny link for you. Just let it run. You’ll laugh. That, or Darth Fuzzy comes for you. Your […]


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The Dying Of the Light
By Dwip October 29, 2006 at 12:03 am Comments Off on The Dying Of the Light RSS Feed for this post

Sunset out of my window tonight. You can thank Sarah for the pic. It’s a good one.


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Real Bloggage
By Dwip October 23, 2006 at 10:31 pm Comments Off on Real Bloggage RSS Feed for this post

Well, I promised you all something, so how about some trip bloggage, so click the link and partake. For those of you who enjoy such things, high res copies of the pics are available upon request. Let me know. Also a bit of useless trivia. I drove on the following highways or interstates. OR 99W (OR) OR 34 (OR) I-5 (OR) I-84 (OR, CT) WA 395 (WA) I-90 (WA, ID, MT, NY, MA) I-94 (MT, ND, MN) I-694 (MN) I-35 (MN) US 8 (MN, WI, MI) US 2 (MI) I-75 (MI) I-475 (MI) I-69 (MI) Highway 402 (Ontario) Highway 401 (Ontario) Highway 403 (Ontario) Queen Elizabeth Way (Ontario) Highway 420 (Ontario) I-190 (NY) I-91 (MA, CT) I-95 (CT) This totals […]


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Because Some Days, You Need To Type To The Music
By Dwip October 22, 2006 at 10:54 pm Comments Off on Because Some Days, You Need To Type To The Music RSS Feed for this post

It’s no secret that the stars are falling from the sky it’s no secret that our world is in darkness tonight they say the sun sometimes eclipsed by a moon you know I don’t see you when she walks in the room It’s no secret that a friend is someone who lets you help it’s no secret that a lair won’t believe in anyone else they say a secret is something you tell one other person so I’m telling you, child Love, we shine like a burning star we’re falling from the sky…tonight A man will beg, a man will crawl on the sheer face of love like a fly on a wall it’s no secret at all It’s no […]


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The Return of the Evil Paper of Doom
By Dwip October 15, 2006 at 9:13 pm Comments (4) RSS Feed for this post

It’s baaaaaaaaack… And I quote from cell phone messages, for great justice: Me: Remember, kids. Friends don’t let friends take on ludicrous papers. So next time I pick a topic this dumb, I want you to hit me as hard as you can. Sarah: See, my secret violent tendencies come in handy! Me: Exactly. And think on the bright side. Now that you’ve made me get this phone, you get to look forward to Evil Paper of Doom text messages! Sarah: I see your e.p.o.d and raise you my russian fiction paper due tom’w, latin translation due tues., and philosophy paper due wed., plus normal work & mtgs. …plus my now-finished history paper due t., latin midterm thurs, and logic […]


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Epic Feats
By Dwip October 11, 2006 at 10:26 pm Comments Off on Epic Feats RSS Feed for this post

This may be the coolest thing ever seen by mankind. It’s so freaking cool I can barely restrain myself. I mean, an entire Lego aircraft carrier? How awesome is that, I ask you. Legos – seriously the coolest toy ever. EVER. As many of you may be aware, I’ve got this graduate assistantship at school, which pretty much consists, thus far, of me sitting in classes learning about our craptacular online course software and getting paid for it. I like the pay part, though the software is something only Linux geeks could love – very powerful, IF you know how to use it, which we obviously, well, don’t. I also managed to break Macromedia Fireworks in a number of interesting […]


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On the Subject of Photoblogging
By Dwip October 11, 2006 at 9:56 am Comments Off on On the Subject of Photoblogging RSS Feed for this post

I have two more fairly image-intensive posts for you. One of them is the long-delayed cross-country trip essay, which has some good pictures of Large Rocky Things and also Water. The other is the And This Is Where I Live post, which involves less rocks and less water but more Tiny Shower of Doom pictures. Anybody have any preferences as to which comes first?


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Wide Awake In America: The Remixes
By Dwip October 7, 2006 at 4:10 pm Comments Off on Wide Awake In America: The Remixes RSS Feed for this post

Because you should read the first entry, well, first. Sarah’s shot of Grand Central Station is far, far better that mine. Sarah’s everyone at the fountain pic, which shows that I look like a fool in my natural picture-taking state. Self Portrait #1, from Sarah’s camera. Gotta love Bryan’s “Oh no!” gasp and my expression, which is whatever it is. Sarah is, as usual, perfectly photogenic. Self Portrait #2, from my camera. Everyone else looks ok, but I look like a skinhead or something. Because how often do I look ok in pictures? Yeah, exactly. “You guys are acting like children!” Sarah exclaimed. Then wanted a picture. Off-camera, I tried to push her into the fountain. Because what’s the point […]


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Wide Awake In America
By Dwip October 7, 2006 at 2:22 pm Comments (4) RSS Feed for this post

I knew, pretty much from the start of this whole East Coast adventure, that eventually Sarah (Regina, for those who weren’t aware) was going to drag me off to New York City. So you can imagine my unsurprise and indeed some amusement when the idea was broached that we go Friday. Several permutations were tossed about, including one where I was bound to meet more or less everyone Sarah knows, but what we settled on was that I would meet up with her at the train station in New Haven, whereupon we would meet up with Bryan (TNK of Tonto and this blog fame) at Penn Station in NYC, whereupon we would tour an entirely unsuspecting New York City. The […]


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