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neurological dryer lint

dirty deeds... and the dunderchief


think before you die

i was talking earlier about games that show some innovation, and while i'm obviously late to the party, i've found a great example in okami. i'd been meaning to check it out, and so it arrived a few days after i returned the snoozer cooking mama (if i never play another minigame i'll be content).

okami's gameplay is a bit like the last few zeldas... third-person action/rpg/adventure, with a very unique asian-watercolor graphical style and an interesting mechanic - you attack enemies and solve puzzles by holding R1 and 'painting' on the screen. it adds a nifty new dimension to the formula.

so it's a race... who's going to hit 1000 posts first? teh wack is at 946 and i'm at 965. honestly i'll be excited either way...

besieged by utter failure in the creation of good homemade pizza crust, we headed out saturday night to try mio's, a little joint out here in western hills that i've driven by a thousand times but never actually thought to visit. glad we did - their pizza was great, with a sweeter sauce and perfectly crunchy crust... very down-home, you'd never know it was a part of a (albeit very small) chain. wasn't too crowded and the service was very good. i can't wait to try their pasta and hoagies.

so my class is tomorrow night. we're pretty much filled up, and i'm pretty excited to regale my poor students with tales of bravely defeating intruders and their rogueish access points. (it's a trap)


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Blogger Bragg Says:

wow, I'm reaching 275 as soon as I publish something. I've got a way to go to catch up to you and teh wack.

time to start.

Punch the damn keys!

Blogger Nickolini Says:

Man J...for $375 your class better include a lap dance.

Blogger B-Call Says:

we should all go get crunk after teh wack hits 1000.

i'm only at 351. but on the plus side, i've only got 149 til i shut my page down.
it can't come soon enough.

Blogger Hamrick Family Pictures Says:

THat rocks dude! Kids can make their pizza!

Blogger MikeE Says:

Meru Wireless ... kill rogue APs. Simple.


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