Comments: Spoiled by Power

At least it wasn't 20 degrees out. I hate it when that happens, but opening the fridge isn't a problem.

posted by Sam on June 25, 2004 06:10 PM

And what's even WORSE than no microwave?? NO INTERNET!!! Good thing you guarded the fridge; I usually have to duct tape at least three wraps around the handles when the power goes out here just to keep the ice cream solid!

posted by Michele on June 25, 2004 10:58 PM

See, here's the really sad thing: I can't get on-line at home anyway. ...so shameful for a blogger, I know, but I'm still not connected. :-P

(That is why you don't hear a lot out of me on the weekends. ...unless of course I'm stuck working on the weekends.)

posted by Key on June 25, 2004 11:35 PM

Err... Just do us all a favor and warn us in advance if you start on the first series by the same author, OK? :-)

Regards,
Ric
[Yes, I know, it was just a power outage, but I don't even want to have to deal with a minor approximation of man-eating yellow centaurs, OK?]

posted by Ric Locke on June 26, 2004 05:05 AM

*grin*

I'll have to keep that in mind.

Actually, this is not typical reading for me. John is a friend, and he was kind enough to give me a copy of his book. I figured that if I read it, maybe a percentage of his sci-fi/military tangents (to otherwise normal conversations) would begin making some sense. ; )

(So, other than man-eating centaurs, how was the first series?)

posted by Key on June 26, 2004 09:25 PM

The first series was very good! For further understanding of some references in both, go to sluggy.com, and start at the beginning. It'll make a sentient AI that looks like a rabbit make more sense.

posted by Mark on July 4, 2004 04:36 PM
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