Shinteki Decathlon 3 was awesome. Since then, I have had approximate 0.0 hours of unstructured awake time. Thus, not so much blogging.
But I will paraphrase a conversation I was in a while back:
She: I was reading your blog post about the ass gasket.
Me: Oh yeah?
She: And I was wondering about that Hoover Method, it sounds very uncomfortable...
He: "Hover Method"
Me: Yeah, I guess you have to have really strong legs, it seems like an awkward angle.
She: So are you supposed to somehow form some kind of vacuum seal? Because that seems like it would be, uhm, less--
He: Not "Hoover". "Hover".
He: Uh yeah. Not the vacuum. It's like-- you're hovering over the, uhm.
She: Oh. That makes more sense then.
In other news, I guess I could tell you about a comic book I read about a month ago: Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser.
What would it take to convince me to read about Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser again? I read some of the stories back when I was in college, when swords and sorcery seemed fun and exciting. But I lost interest. Until recently, when I saw this collection of comics of the F+GM stories, illustrated by Mike Mignola. So I read them. They were fun nostalgia. They didn't suck.
Labels: barbaric, book, comic