July 5th, 2004
sakiroaThis URLs for you: http://www.catb.org/~esr/jargon/html/Q/quadruple-bucky.html
Think back to why you were our ambassador and you'll understand ; )
spcecdt & pax's wedding was yesterday. I remember when I first moved in and referred to them as husband and wife. They were not pleased and corrected me immediately.
I guess I just should've moved in later. ; )
Pretty wedding. Pictures are here. There's a ton of them in page_03 of me when taz was trying to bug me by photographing me a billion times.
Someone wrote a mad lib at the bridal shower and filled it in. They read it during the ceremony. It was pretty amusing.
Oh yeah. We played Fizzball too. That rocked.
Think that's about it. A good time was had by all. Especially on the drive in and out. Nothing like twisty one lane roads through the mountains.
Woah! A seven shift key keyboard! That's just about the most useless and totally awesome thing I've ever seen in my entire excitably naive existence.
As for the reference, I do slightly remember capping numerous sarcastic interjections to create a sad pseudodominant presence to cover for my obvious social lacking. But I also slightly remember Puzzle Pirates automatically proper-casing it and putting it into a shoutbox because it was a dirty nazi that way.
Eh, I've always had a below average short-term memory, which translates into a stumped long-term memory. To this day my most vivid memory is shoving a soda bottle up a crack in the wall to prevent my kittens from getting stuck there eight years ago, and that includes everything I was doing ten seconds ago. Care to enlighten me?
Indeed. It is very cool. I'd kinda like one now. My keyboard just doesn't have enough characters!
We had one late night in Puzzle Pirates where you showed off your ability to type with the nose.
Oh. Ha ha. Yeah, I remember that now.
You know, I miss Puzzle Pirates. Thinking back, I've hated every MMORPG I've ever played besides for two. One became subscription and the other became a sad sesspool of corruption and broken administrative hierarchies. Of course, this doesn't count old BBS games, which are still generally the best network/online games ever created. It's just too bad they went the way of the dinosaur once the Internet came along.