Ginger’s latest question is colorful… How many colors do you like in your gaming? Do you prefer four-color games? Or should game morality be black and white or shades of grey, and if the latter, how many? Are �evil� characters acceptable? Does your preference depend on genre? Do your preferences affect the genres you like?
Foundation’s Fear, by Gregory Benford, stands head and shoulders as the SF novel that has pissed me off the most.
Not because its badly written in a grammatical or workmanship sense. No, because, well…
Not having that bus ride into Minneapolis stinks to high heaven. My reading rate is abysmal. If I can squeeze 20 pages into lunch, I am doing well.
Today, I will be talking about: Doc Sidhe, by Aaron Allston The Color of Magic, by Terry Pratchett (re-read) Ripping Time, by Robert Asprin and Linda Evans
Visible to the naked eye and just about at its zenith of brightness, Comet NEAT is in your Western nighttime skies now.. It’s currently around a Magnitude of 1, which is pretty bright, there aren’t many stars brighter than it.
Me, I’m hoping for this cloudiness to clear so I can actually see her.
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