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Gina's tying her shoe. The airplane's engines raise in pitch as it taxis into a turn. I'm thinking that we should wait till most of the people leave since we're in the back and not in a hurry.

Cool Words

seneschal (senn'-uh-shahl) n. a powerful official in the household of a medieval noble: he was in charge of administering justice and managing the domestic affairs of the estate, and he represented his lord in court.

Haiku Reviews

Nurse Betty :)

Surprisingly dark,
with doses of innocence
and comic relief.

Daddy-O's Reviews


I'd say that seeing this footage of the wreck of the Titanic in an IMAX theater is about as close as you can get to the experience of actually going down there to look at it yourself (and it's a lot less time-consuming).

Tirade's Choice

Get Out Of Hell Free cards

Thursday, August 23, 2001
by the Wunderland Toast Society

What's New?

What's Going On? Tubes on the Stove

With the summer gaming convention season winding down, and with the holiday shopping season starting to loom, we've been turning our attention to our next round of new releases. We've got some exciting stuff in the works... check out the newly updated What's On The Stove document for lots of details on the exciting stuff we've got in the works, including the new single-stash packaging we have in mind for the next production run of Icehouse pieces, which will finally include purple, orange, and white!

Of course, having just reported elsewhere on everything we're doing, I find I have little else to talk about here on the front page. Have a great week!

AndyDon't Forget to Play!

Thought Residue
Mar was already taking steps towards relocating to California sometime this fall... but with the nightmare of sewage flooding ruining her home, she's decided to just leave right now. So, the question for my Bay Area readers is this: Anybody got a spare room they could rent her cheap? It would just be for a month or two, while she looks for a place of her own...
Some of my readers were unclear as to why I'm bothered about thieves stealing the aluminum cans out of my recycling bin during the night. No, it's not as if I'm losing anything personally, but I count myself as lucky for living in a neighborhood with curbside recycling, and I hate seeing it undermined by robbers. I'll be really upset if the city kills the program because it's not cost-effective...
"The sad story about Marlene's father reminded me of a new research finding I read about just yesterday: Children who watch an average of more than 4 hours of television per day are significantly less likely to intervene or call for help in an emergency. Speculation is that this is related to a) the overrepresentation of happy endings on TV, and b) being accustomed to 'experiencing' emergencies passively." -- email from 'Becca Stallings

"I look back on that day with a smile, as it really did reenergize our game-playing spirit. FLUXX requires thinking, but it has such random components that even the most skillful player will not always win - that's just the way it is. Knowing that a win or loss did not reflect his ability to play granted my husband a freedom that allowed us to enjoy this game together, leaving the competitive spirit behind." -- from "FLUXX: an unlikely wedding gift?", a review by Angela Knight posted at


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