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December 11, 2007

Batman

Rob @ 4:29 PM

Scott Kurtz, of webcomic PvP fame, has reposted an unfinished work of his which is the greatest two pages of Batman comic ever created by mortal hands.

Check it out here.

December 10, 2007

Randomness

Rob @ 5:29 PM

Boredom-killer from sam42:

-Go to the Wikipedia home page and click "random article." That is your band's name.
-Click "random article" again; that is your album name.
-Click "random article" 15 more times; those are the tracks on your album.

Band name: American Bicycle Company
Album name: Rathconrath

Album tracks:
1. Angel in My Pocket
2. Coin roll hunting
3. Middle-earth warfare
4. William Richardson (cricketer)
5. Consort Feng Yuan
6. Bealey River
7. KRUF
8. Epic Soundtracks
9. Dung beetle
10. Tooting (crater)
11. Tristesse de la Lune
12. Fighting game
13. Piruz Dilenchi
14. Japoteurs
15. Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg

Oddly enough, this sounds a lot like an album I'd own.

Legacy of Laughter

Rob @ 11:42 AM

For episode 14 of their podcast, the crew at Aqua Teen Central decided to do a Sealab 2021 retrospective. Thanks to my shaky credentials as Sealab guru held over from the fansite I used to run, I was asked to be a guest on the show.

More info and a download link here.

I was just starting to recover from hay fever head-explody during recording (the same head-explody that caused me to miss a 2600 meeting for the first time in a couple of years) so I hope I don't sound too crappy, but I had a really great time. Many thanks for having me on, folks!

December 6, 2007

Word of advice, folks…

Rob @ 11:46 PM

...never get hay fever.

Especially if you're already prone to migraines, and all the trees in your neighborhood picked now to drop leaves.

I feel like Ginger Baker, Keith Moon, and John Bonham are having a drumming contest in my head.

December 3, 2007

Random awesomeness

Rob @ 7:05 PM

My bed is queen-sized.

The one birthday present I bought myself last month was a comforter, which is king-sized.

It's like sleeping in a big, welcoming, fluffy nest.

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