He picked up old books Mech dreams permeate his thoughts Gears ready to launch. This weeks haiku was actually inspired by a friend of mine, who sought my thoughts on the table top RPG, Heavy Gear. He’s thinking about starting up a campaign of either that, or Battle Tech. Either way, it should be fun.
They don’t want my brains Anything meaty will do I’m not smorgasbord My pallet finally got its taste of Left 4 Dead 2 last night, and it didn’t disappoint. My only issue isn’t with the game itself, but more of a personal shortcoming. Despite the hype I had for the game, I could still only
中秋节快乐! (Zhōngqiū jié kuàilè, Happy Mid-Autumn Moon Festival) Hot on the heals of questioning my own Canadianness, I now wish everyone a Happy Moon Festival (how à propos), which as Wikipedia states is: a popular harvest festival celebrated by Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese people, dating back over 3,000 years to moon worship in China’s
Well traveled back-pack Shared memories of journeys Together we walk
In the spirit of the idea of parallel universes, I bring you this. It’s simple, and more or less without significant consequence, but still with interesting and simple possibilities. I found out during the McMullen Family brouhaha that my cousin Curtis had been working in Toronto for quite some time. His mother suggested I give
The chair with the hole Likely your best frenemy Will it sink or float? Today was Week 2 Day 2 of my C25K. For the first time (including my short jogging period pre-C25K), the sky was overcast. Normally, this wouldn’t be a big deal, but with this first day of cloudy skies, it was also