Sunday, October 22nd, 2006

hummingwolf: Part of a julia fractal in colors of fire and smoke. (Fire-flavored fractal)
I had so much fun last weekend that I really wanted to write all about it, preserve a record for posterity or something... but I wanted to do it sometime when I was more wide-awake and alert than I was when I got home, so I only began to babble a bit and saved a note for later, expecting to be up to writing more soon enough. Well, I eventually realized I was sick. I'm still a bit sick. Last night there was what sounds like a great Samhain party, and I was tired enough that I didn't even wish I was there so much as wish I had enough energy to wish I were there.

whinge )

And on a pathetically trivial note: There are Limited Edition Reese's Cups with Marshmallow. The candy industry has gone completely insane--went mad years ago, in fact--but, as I don't watch enough television to know what all the popular ads are, what I'm wondering is if they have commercials for all these limited edition candy bars. Instead of those old ads where someone carrying milk chocolate runs into someone carrying peanut butter, is there an ad with three guys running into each other? "You got your peanut butter on my chocolate and his marshmallow!" Are the three people running into each other, or maybe running around each other and somehow becoming attached to each other through the magical power of candy? And since these limited edition candies breed like bunnies, I'm thinking of the three hares (more rabbits here from today's Endicott Studio entries).

Having said all that, it pains me to tell you that the Reese's Cups with Marshmallow really aren't very good.
hummingwolf: Drawing of a creature that is part-wolf, part-hummingbird. (Hummingwolf by Dandelion)
The Complete Works of Charles Darwin Online. If the theory of evolution isn't scary enough for you, try:

Hauntworld--The Biggest Haunt Finder Network on the Internet. (Both of these sites recommended by Yahoo in the last week.)

But nothing in those haunts could possibly be as scary as Vegemite, which has been banned in the US. As [ profile] supergee says, "When Vegemite is outlawed, only outlaws will have Vegemite. (At least it's not a weapon of mass destruction, like Sudafed.)"

I happened to copy an earlier article Supergee linked to this morning, so here's the text:
Eek! Scary Vegemite! )


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