"There is a black sun which is not visible to the human eye. It is our beacon and its fire burns within us." -- Akkadian temple inscription



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Black Sun

Steven Kaye's irregularly updated blog

OK, now spam is getting positively Surrealist. I have no idea what this person was trying to sell me, because the graphic wouldn't load in my Webmail (not Springmail, my bad). But I do have to admire his subject line:
if the Invisible Man quickly uses wicked xylophones, then Albert Camus seems to be very very bizarrely bellowing, "Stonehenge very very quickly yawns" !
There, that ought to get me some weird searches on bStats. I'm still trying to figure out "teen trends bathing suits 2003" myself. And a certain author might want to address
Google search: "well hung" gaiman
Well, formatting seems to have worked out OK, so here goes. I should note that it's only my brother-in-law whose job is in danger. Admittedly, that's bad enough. And also that Tony Roque, a former college roomate, has been lurking in Pittsburgh for several years now. Since it's been a while since I've seen a movie, I went to see The Core Saturday afternoon. It's 99.9% predictable, and don't think too hard about the science because I don't want to be caught in the skull shrapnel from your exploding heads. But it has Stanley Tucci and Delroy Lindo in leading roles, which is all to the good. And there's a nice scene towards the beginning where birds lose the ability to navigate briefly. Catch this one as a matinee. Marc Canter brings together discussion of identity standards, open media standards, open topic exchange and multimedia conversations in one convenient update. The man's definitely going into my blogroll so I remember to keep checking up on him.
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