Actually, the storm already came. Pun not originally intended, but it did blow its wad early, and I’m left with the same feeling of imposition that I get with cum all over my face. Continue reading “A storm is coming”
Sending a book to Germany – the easy way (via the hard ways).
A few weeks ago, I volunteered to participate in a global book swap on Facebook. It was one of those pyramid things, were you sent a book to the person 2 steps ahead of you, and the people 2 steps behind you will send you books. Continue reading “Amazon – the truly global marketplace”
Just a taste, but enough to begin plans for a real trip.
Sadly, I did not get much time to spend in Boston proper. This will be a quick update since I only ended up with about 2 hours to explore on my own. I am looking forward to a return trip, though and plan to spend time in both Boston proper and some greater New England sights.
My company is merging with another company and there is a workshop to discuss the technology and tools alignment between the two companies. My boss has asked me to attend this workshop on behalf of our organization and I couldn’t be more excited. Continue reading “Boston!”
“The Middle Ages – as they should have been.” This refrain is what you will hear a great many members say when explaining the Society for Creative Anachronism. This organization began as a costume party based on Arthurian ideals and romanticism. To be more specific, the game I play is based on the modern ideals and romanticism of the medieval time period. Continue reading “LARP? Reenactment? Or something else…”
My favorite holiday has always been Halloween. It may just be because my birthday has commonly been combined with Halloween parties in my youth. The only reason I’m a member of a historical re-enactment society is that its members found me first. I’m not particularly a lover of history, but I am a lover of dressing up. Continue reading “My thoughts on Peerage”