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http://io9.com/5283524/a-funeral-for-a-time-lord

Let this be my official notice that when I die I want to be cremated and my ashes put into an urn-sized police box.

Allons-y!


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My Political Views
I am a center-left social moderate
Left: 1.47, Libertarian: 0.12

Political Spectrum Quiz


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Looks like I never posted about it here (damn you Facebook!), but I’ve been living with Lara in Burnaby for the last 5 months.  In the last 3 we’ve had some difficulty.  I won’t get into it, but there were miscommunications and misunderstandings, exacerbated by the close quarters of the condo.

So, I’ll be moving back to Abbotsford February 1st.  Lara and I aren’t breaking up; we’re just taking a step back to the point at which we were happier.

Damn I hate moving!


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Ganked from Aargh:

Not safe for work!

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From Lara’s LiveJournal:

Go here and keep hitting random quotes until you get five that resonate with you, then post them in your journal.

Grief can take care of itself, but to get the full value of a joy you must have somebody to divide it with. — Mark Twain (1835 – 1910)

I hope that when I die, people say about me, ‘Boy, that guy sure owed me a lot of money.’ — Jack Handey (1949 – ), Deep Thoughts

Humor is our way of defending ourselves from life’s absurdities by thinking absurdly about them. — Lewis Mumford (1895 – 1990)

It is better wither to be silent, or to say things of more value than silence. Sooner throw a pearl at hazard than an idle or useless word; and do not say a little in many words, but a great deal in a few. — Pythagoras (582 BC – 507 BC)

Remember that fear always lurks behind perfectionism. Confronting your fears and allowing yourself the right to be human can, paradoxically, make you a far happier and more productive person. — Dr. David M. Burns


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Cectic – I think practically every rant Puck has made about about religion and New Age is here in comic form:

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The Perry Bible Fellowship – Always amusing:

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Theater Hopper – Movie-based comics:

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Truck Bearing Kibble – Similar to The Perry Bible Fellowship for weird humour:

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XKCD – Math and science geek humour with stick men:

Yes you are!  And you're sitting there!  Hi, kitty!

That’s all folks!


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I can’t believe I forgot that online comics are called “webcomics”…duh…

PVP – More video game tomfoolery, with heart:

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Questionable Content – Despite originally being about emo music (now it’s more about relationships) the writing and art grabbed me:

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Real Life – Amusing life-based comic…with video game and TV references, of course:

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Something Positive – Dark, dark humour:


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Extra Life – Amusing video game strip

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DM of the Rings – Lord of the Rings as a D&D module. I cast Magic Missile at the darkness!

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Goblins – I seem to read a lot of D&D based comics. This one has great art and went from humourous to serious, but still interesting.

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Least I Could Do – Rayne is my hero, and a total childish misogynist. The strip has gone through a couple artist changes and the newest stuff is gorgeous.

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Penny Arcade – Video game craziness


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Inspired by Toren’s recent flurry of posts about cartoons he likes, I’ve decided to do something similar with my favourite online comics, which I read every couple weeks, on average. I’ll put a handful of them up every post in a series, so you don’t get overwhelmed: ———- Breakfast of the Gods – Your cereal icons have grown up. Great art! ———- A Softer World – Bizarre narrative for pictures. %^$&ed up. ———- Nodwick – If you don’t know who Nodwick is then you’ve never read a Dragon magazine. D&D humour! ———- Butternut Squash – Bachelor fun. ———- Ctrl-Alt-Del – Crazy video gamer antics. More to come…


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You Are Pretty Happy


You generally have a happy, fulfilling life.
But things could be a little better, and deep down, you know it.
Maybe you need more supportive friends or a more challenging career.
Something is preventing you from being totally happy. You just need to figure out what it is!
How Happy Are You, Really?