My review of “Sun Sign Secrets: The Complete Astrology Guide to Love, Work, and Your Future” by Amy Zerner and author Monte Farber.
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The “king” of the movie monsters returns and stomps the stuffing out of humanity. I love that kind of stuff…
Mom and Darlene filled my plate with potato salad and slaw. I can hardly move. At any rate, I wanted to wish everyone a special Easter holiday in my own way …
Playing my character Shenanigan on Rift Online.
Excellent game and “free to play” I really enjoy it.
Look for me “Shenanigan” on the Laethys shard and say, “hi”.
Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. – Ferris, from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Originally posted on EsoterX:
The process of unmaking monsters is often as illuminating as the process of making them. Not debunking them, rather historically revising them, for certainly a “hoax is a hoax, of course, of course” and humans are indeed predisposed to regard the unfamiliar with horror (evolutionarily important, since before we figured out that rocks were good for hitting things over the head with, it was a good bet that the unfamiliar was distinctly interested in eating you), rather I’m speaking of the steady and inexorable reinterpretation of phenomena into noumena (that which is known without the use of senses) over time. The mechanism by which conventional wisdom asserts itself to explain away the anomalistic across the years…
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I didn’t sleep well this week, and I’ve been in a bit of a mental fog. Last night, I only managed a couple of hours sleep before the morning thunderstorms rolled in …
The weather is nice and the flowers are blooming.
I’ve reviewed “The Casebook of Newbury & Hobbs” this week. It was a fun read. I’ve also made a video review of Legenderry #3.
On the gaming front, I’ve downloaded a couple of Steam games. I’m a bit old-fashioned when it comes to digital purchases. I’d rather have a physical copy. Having said that, Steam is a good deal. I guess that I need to join the 21st Century and embrace ebooks and Steam games.
My Klout score remains steady at 46, but my Youtube subscribers have increased to 481. That’s all for this week — have a great weekend!