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PMMJ
08 December 2006 @ 08:40 am
Re-learned RoboRally last night. Have no idea why I don't own that game.

Speaking of awesome games, a couple months back M. and I borrowed Ticket to Ride: Europe from imamsawez. And then, you know, we moved, so didn't get around to playing it a couple weeks ago. And man, the game is a treat. Plus, it makes me very tense and hyper in a way that usually only video games do.
 
 
PMMJ
08 December 2006 @ 11:48 am
 
Things that are awesome, part one:
Courtesy uu_mom: a lesson in breaking down that wall between church and state. Jerry Falwell and cohorts lean on a school district to be able to distribute church materials. They're not as happy now that 'a pagan flier' is being sent around.

Things that are awesome, part two:
What's worse than putting out a giant bomb of a movie like Sahara and losing a lot of cash? How about, on top of that, being sued by the original author?

Something that isn't that awesome:
Firefly, the MMORPG
 
 
 
PMMJ
08 December 2006 @ 02:24 pm
 
"They start from completely different places... Baker approaches everything with a negotiator's mindset. That doesn't mean every negotiation leads to a deal, but you engage your adversaries and use your leverage to change their behavior. This administration has never had a negotiator's mind-set. It divides the world into friends and foes, and the foes are incorrigible and not redeemable. There has been more of an instinct toward regime change than to changing regime behavior."

The imams vs. the airline.

The Litvinenko affair, and why Russians have good reason to be paranoid.

Rejoicing over the return of White House leaks.

Friday news...Collapse )

The world of espionage remains years behind the information age.

Cat and Girl present Strummer's Law.
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