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Just received a few pairs of white linen drawstring pants for $23-ish each that fit me perfectly. (The Amazon Essentials brand, of all things.)

Now I want to run out to get some dyes to make them not white. Because Pennsic mud.

And a pair of black ones arrived too. They were out of most colors. I only ran into them because BJs was carrying a brand of linen-cotton striped pants, but were out of my size, and I was looking for them elsewhere.

It looked interesting, until I saw the prices. (though I'd love to go)

Welcome to today’s B’way and tour prices.


The comic book nerd in me is dancing because Gail Freakin’ Simone just followed me on Twitter.

Another sad day

RIP Kazuhiko Katō, a.k.a. Monkey Punch. I will always be a fan of Lupin the Third. Time to reread the manga…

While poking around Kickstarter

I found this RPG on Kickstarter. PDF versions of the new game and the original, and then discount codes for the actual printed matter should I like them.
#games #RPG

For fans of Cheapass Games

Kaja Foglio posted this on today's Girl Genius:

Back in the early 1990's, when Magic the Gathering was new, Phil and I shared a house with James Ernest and Carol Monahan. James created Cheapass Games during that time, and now, nearly thirty years later, he's putting out a gorgeous, huge, bound collection of all the games. He's also writing up notes on the inspiration behind the games, and some of the history connected with them. It's going to be fantastic. I've got a sample chapter sitting in my living room, and I'm really looking forward to reading the rest. I've watched the company grow and change over the years. It's hard to believe it's been so long, I can still hear the paper cutter going as James cut out endless playtest cards. Their Kickstarter begins on April 1, I'll post a link to it when it goes live. I hope you'll all check it out, it's not our company or product, but it has been a huge presence in our lives!

And... it's already funded.

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I knew James Ernest back when I joined the SCA in the Barony of Three Rivers lo many years ago. This takes me back a while!

I didn’t realize he was a Scadian.

April Fools Letter of Intent

Hey Eastern heralds,

if you want to contribute to the East's 4/1 LoI, now is the time! We need silly names and armory by 3/31 at 9 pm at the latest. (I have to sleep sometime!!)

I added some names today, but we've got no armory thus far. If you would like to throw anything together, ping me and I'll hook you up with the names. Stand-alone armory is ok too, I can always attach it to a prior year's name that I feel is fitting. (For OSCAR users, I'm in the roster under the name of Lillia de Vaux.)

Things to keep in mind:

- Normally, we try to keep the use of FS and surname-as-given name to a minimum (I find it's a bit of a crutch), but we're under a time crunch so I'm not going to quibble about it.

- Some nonpersonal names (e.g., branch or order names) would be nice to have.

- We can also use more non-English names.

- Please try to keep everything PG. (Yes, it's subjective.)

- I reserve the right to omit a submission that (IMHO) reflects poorly on the kingdom and the College of Arms.
#heraldry #SCA
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I cracked ribs (well, we think I cracked ribs) when I had the flu. Still incredibly painful and have used up all of the prescription NSAIDs.

20-minute sneezing jags HURT.

Not even a virtual hug, for fear of hurting you.

Finally starting to improve!

Boosting the signal

This is a friend's Kickstarter, which is about 2/3 funded with about 10 days to go...

Comfort food

Last night, I wanted some comfort food, so I made a big pot of harira. Om nom nom...

For those who are interested, we usually go with this recipe:

Bounce bounce!

It’s not quite a snow day, but work has already declared a 2-hour delay tomorrow. (I’m working from home anyway, instead of bothering to drive in.).

Now waiting to see what the teen’s school does.