5000 & 1.21
By Dwip August 17, 2009 at 7:28 pm Comments (3) RSS Feed for this post

For those of you who follow the progress of that most excellent Oblivion mod, AFK_Weye, here rather than at Nexus or Bethsoft, there are two things of note. – Current download counter is at 5,082. I passed 5k Saturday night or so. – Versions 1.2 and 1.21 have been released since last I talked. They fix many many things, including very nasty bugs that will kill you and make you very very sad or very very angry and which will make you want to hurt things. I went and fixed these things for you, so please do not hurt me. Instead, go get the patch.


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Ye Olde Historick Epick Carre Trippe
By Dwip August 12, 2009 at 3:58 pm Comments (1) RSS Feed for this post

Being Part 2 of the two-part photo record of the trip Sarah and I took through western Massachusetts back in July. As of this post, it’s been exactly a month since we went, which I guess tells you how good I am about getting these things done. Part 1 is here, and is the post right below this one. Can’t miss it. As opposed to certain places in Massachusetts, but more on that in time. When last we left off, we had arrived in Deerfield for the night, which bills itself as being Historic Deerfield, as well as the home of the Deerfield Academy, which I am told by my girlfriend who knows these things happens to be a prestigious […]


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We Need Guns. Lots of Guns.
By Dwip August 2, 2009 at 11:06 pm Comments (2) RSS Feed for this post

Being Part 1 of a two-part photo record of the trip Sarah and I took July 11-12 through various parts of Western Massachusetts. This part looks at the sights of scenic downtown Springfield, MA. Why Springfield, you may wonder? Well… That’s one reason. If you know anything about guns at all, you may know that Springfield is the home of the Springfield Armory, which along with another place you may have heard of named Harper’s Ferry used to make a good chunk of the federal government’s small arms. You may know them for such iconic rifles as the M1 Garand: The M1903 Springfield: And the Springfield rifled muskets, M1855, M1861, M1863, and a few others: They tell me that at […]


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