Monthly Archives: February 2014

Kickstarter: oddball Aeronauts: Pirates vs. The Pendragon

oddball Aeronauts: Pirates vs. The Pendragon After reading this great review on Theology of Games, I decided to back this Kickstarter. Check it out. It looks like it going to be a lot of fun. Advertisements

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What is your favourite piece of writing advice?

“The first draft is just you telling yourself the story.” — Terry Pratchett Just wonderful…

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10 Ways to Make Today Magical

Originally posted on A Magical Childhood:
Happy Monday! I hope all is wonderful in your little corner of the world.  We’ve been busy despite the cold winter here.  I’ve found that with five kids now, there really isn’t such a thing as down time!  I do like winter more and more these days for its…

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Scheming Lenin lurks around the corner Psst, hey you kids

Originally posted on Things Could Be Worse:
Oldie but Goodie… Things Could Be Worse View original post

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More on Public Sector Sick Days “Abuse”

Originally posted on All About Work:
A few months ago I wrote about the Canadian Taxpayers Federation’s completely unsupported allegations of rampant sick day “abuse” by British Columbia’s public sector workers. Sadly, similar accusations have also been flying around in Ottawa, where Treasury Board President Tony Clement is threatening to crack down on “exceedingly high…

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Tactical Suitcase Raptor

Originally posted on The Veil War:
What is it? Tactical Suitcase Raptors are the latest in Raptor Warfare technology. Think of them like a small scale suitcase nuke that is limited to a single room. We raise Raptors from an egg and when they’ve matured to optimal destruction age we lovingly pack them in a…

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Lego Movie has a very relevant message for adults

Originally posted on WordsByNowak:
I’ve seen two movies in the past week that made me contemplate deepening adulthood and the phenomenon of getting older. The first was last year’s Before Midnight, the third entry in Richard Linklater’s series about Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy), a pair of star-crossed lovers who first met in…

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