Nov
05
2012

I just did the most glorious thing in the world.

I just deleted thirty, forty saved pages!  I don’t need them any more! As of tomorrow, they’re officially irrelevant!  FREEEEEDOMMMMMMM!

(pause)

Sorry about that.

So, anyway… well.  That was it.  Well, that and “I just bought another gaming supplement*!” – which, as God is my witness, I thought would be more interesting to mention than it turned out to be.

Moe Lane

*Cubicle 7’s The Mythos Dossiers, for their occult horror bureaucratic RPG The Laundry, assuming that anybody’s still reading.  Can you tell that I’m a little loopy, right now?  And that’s not even the booze talking, because I haven’t had any.  Forcing my head out of the channel that it’s been in for the last four years is not as easy as it looks.

5 Comments

  • qixlqatl says:

    Moe, I would suggest (responsibilities permitting, of course) that you have a drink. Savor it in the full knowledge that what can be done, has been done, and you have certainly done your part. As of right now, I have a bottle of Grey Goose on my desk, and I’m about to have a relaxer myself. I have been almost entirely a spectator for this election, and I found it draining.

  • acat says:

    Would that be based on Stross’s “Atrocity Archives” ? An interesting blend of the horrors of Brit civil service and the horrors of the many-angled ones who live at the bottom of the Mandelbrot set…
    .
    Mew

    • larry13767 says:

      Yes, Stross authorized them to create a game.

      Love Storss’s novels, however his politics are the same as Cory Doctorow.

      • acat says:

        Unless it seriously bleeds into their work, or they insist on shouting it from the rooftops, I don’t generally care….
        .
        If I find that I disagree with ’em to the point that they’re no longer enjoyable, I stop buying, and more importantly, I stop recommending.
        .
        Mew

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