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I'm looking for someone who knows someone in White Rock, Canada (or who could drive to White Rock) who'd be willing to pick up some chairs for me and then either ship them to me or hold them until I can finagle a way to pick them up.

Conversely, if someone knows where I can find a set of 4 blue/birch Roger Ikea chairs, that would also work. :)
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Happy birthday, [livejournal.com profile] kumquat_queen!! Hope all is well out there in boston!
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Happy birthday, [livejournal.com profile] shadowyvern!!!!!
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So I'm moving in two weeks. This is a rather frightening prospect, given that I have lived in my little studio in Menlo for 3.5 years. This is almost as long as my entire Stanford career. (In other news, my 5 year reunion is coming up -- gawd, I feel old.) In any case, I am full of trepidation, excitement and general butterflies regarding this newfangled thing -- I'm moving to the city which, as Devon put it, is a maze of one-way streets and homeless people, and I'm moving in with roommates, one of which I know, and one of which I have yet to find. At least I still work down here, so I'll be able to hang out with Peninsula folken for dinner and games and whatever.

In gamery news, World's End was freaking amazing. I cannot express to you how completely ridiculous the game was, but as a snippet, here is how initiative went*:

You're about to be attacked by ninjas riding T-rexes. )

Anyway, awesome and bizarre. Everyone should make Black run it again so they can also play.

In work news, Sinfest has completely described my life for the past few weeks:
Comic under here. )
Et fin.
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Anybody got any moving boxes they want to give me?

..Anyone?

....Bueller?
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Apartment of awesomeness: http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/apa/1147552903.html

Problem: Need additional roommate (preferably female) with no cats because I suffocate. Suggestions/leads/advice? Anyone interested?
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Looking for apartments is really frustrating, especially if you're narrowed down to the Haight area of San Francisco during summer...
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R.I.P. Dave Arneson. Although not as touted as Gygax, you were still pretty frikkin' important to D'n'D and will be missed...

Sad, but at least Heaven'll have a pretty good campaign going on now...
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I need to buy an external hard drive so I can get some free space on my computer.

Anyone got any thoughts on external hard drives? Manufacturers to buy or stay away from? Size to get? I will probably buy mine from newegg.com to avoid the sketchy return policies of Fry's...
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Stolen from [livejournal.com profile] faerieloch

The "needs" game
The Rules:
Type in your name and the word "needs" in quotes ("[Your first name] needs”) into your favorite search engine and see what comes up. List the first 10 that actually answer the question.

Not actually inaccurate... )
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Dear Immune System,

I thought we'd reached a compromise, signed a treaty, made nice with one another. I thought we were done letting foreign germs inundate my body, requiring at bare minimum drugs of three different types. I thought we had moved on to the typical a-bit-groggy-until-coffee wake ups. I thought for sure we'd moved past the bone-achy sniffly headache stage. But I see now that I was wrong.

I know there have been some slip ups on my side. I know I'm not getting as much sleep as I should, and I'm stressing more than my fair share. That is no reason to keep me up at 3am, shivering in bed when my apartment is a balmy 70 degrees, I'm wearing my warmest PJs, two pairs of socks, and a sweatshirt, and am curled under two comforters. I recognize that it's just above freezing outside and my apartment has a giant window, but for serious, Immune System, this needs to stop.

If I pledge to you to make sure I get at least 8 hours of sleep a night for the rest of the week, can you guarantee that the achy muscles and shivering cold will stop? I'm even willing to compromise on the congestion and headache -- after 8 years of migraines + allergies, I'm used to it.

I am waiting with literally bated breath for your response.

No love,
Me
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I was amused to discover that Rene Auberjonois was the skull in the Last Unicorn.

Then I watched the documentary on the creation of Labyrinth, and discovered* that not only was Cheryl Gates McFadden a Muppeteer, but she was also the head choreographer for that movie. There are some pretty priceless scenes where she is directing the goblin corps.

*Marc noticed this first...
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I saw this somewhere, and was amused.

Error reading sex drive:
(A)bort, (R)etry, (F)ail?

meme

Jan. 8th, 2009 04:56 pm
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1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Random
The first article title on the page is the name of your band.

2. http://www.quotationspage.com/random.php3
The last four words of the very last quote is the title of your album.

3. http://www.flickr.com/explore/interesting/7days/
The third picture, no matter what it is, will be your album cover.

4. Use your graphics program of choice to throw them together, and post the result in your own journal, or as a comment to this post.

Result )
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Happy birthday, [livejournal.com profile] semer and [livejournal.com profile] ysadrel!!!
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For those of you who were curious about the results from http://prismakaos.livejournal.com/168040.html :

Billy Idol - Neuromancer
Hawkwind - Lord of Light
Blue Oyster Cult - Black Blade
Iron Maiden - To Tame A Land
Candlemass - The Bells of Acheron
Hawkwind - Elric the Enchanter
Ozzy Osbourne - Iron Man
Rainbow - Sixteenth Century Greensleeves
Jethro Tull - Broadsword
Led Zeppelin - Ramble On
T. Rex - The King of the Mountain Cometh
The Who - Seeker
Rainbow - Temple of the King
Rush - Rivendell
Blind Guardian - Skalds & Shadows
Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit
Led Zeppelin - Battle of Evermore

Those that didn't quite make the cut, due to length or style or I couldn't find an mp3 of it:
Marillion - Grendel
Rush - Xanadu
Jethro Tull - Beastie
HP Lovecraft - The White Ship
Sisters of Mercy - Temple of Love
Blue Oyster Cult - Veteran of the Psychic Wars
Blue Oyster Cult - Godzilla
Jonathan Coulton - Re: Your Brains
Jonathan Coulton - The Future Soon
Iron Maiden - Back in the Village
Warren Zevon - Werewolves of London
Warren Zevon - Transverse City
Schandmaul - Drachentoter
Camel - White Rider
A BUNCH of Hawkwind and Blind Guardian songs
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Happy birthday, [livejournal.com profile] flyakate!

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