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Wednesday, July 23, 2003

 
Go on then!

DjArcas is a Giant Robot that Tunnels Underground, is Poisonous, fires Rockets, and has Enormous Tusks.
(Strength: 10 Agility: 4 Intelligence: 8)
Unleash your Giant Battle Monster.

Odd, I can't use the form one, Blogger won't let me publish...

Via Kevan

posted by A 2:42 PM
 
Go on then!

DjArcas

is a Giant Robot that Tunnels Underground, is Poisonous, fires Rockets, and has Enormous Tusks.

Strength: 10 Agility: 4 Intelligence: 8



To see if your Giant Battle Monster can
defeat DjArcas, enter your name and choose an attack:

fights DjArcas using


Via Kevan

posted by A 2:42 PM
 
Go on then!

DjArcas

is a Giant Robot that Tunnels Underground, is Poisonous, fires Rockets, and has Enormous Tusks.

Strength: 10 Agility: 4 Intelligence: 8



To see if your Giant Battle Monster can
defeat DjArcas, enter your name and choose an attack:

fights DjArcas using


Thanks to Kevan
posted by A 2:41 PM
 
Go on then!

DjArcas

is a Giant Robot that Tunnels Underground, is Poisonous, fires Rockets, and has Enormous Tusks.

Strength: 10 Agility: 4 Intelligence: 8



To see if your Giant Battle Monster can
defeat DjArcas, enter your name and choose an attack:

fights DjArcas using


Thanks to Kevan
posted by A 2:39 PM
 
Hmm, I have a feeling... somewhere in the pit of my, er, brain, that a trialbike game would be popular? Is that right people? A trialbike game? maybe done by ProjectorGames ? Using proper physics? Is that a good idea, a trial bike game?

I'll suggest it.
posted by A 1:47 PM

Tuesday, July 22, 2003

 
SunDogs' webpage is very interesting, not to mention beautiful. As well as mathematical simulations of the light scattering of halos, ice crystals and water droplets, they have a wonderful set of pictures of other atmospheric effects (including the rather oddly named Crepuscular rays, known to me as 'god rays', when I was a lad)


posted by A 3:59 PM

Friday, July 11, 2003

 
A woman set her Madrid home on fire as she cooked up a potion in an attempt to imitate the fictional wizard Harry Potter (news - web sites), emergency services said.

The 21-year-old was rescued Wednesday by firemen and treated for minor injuries, but half her home was destroyed.

The ambulance service said she had told them she was trying to emulate the boy magician, hero of the books by J K Rowling that have been a sensation among adults and children alike.

For want of more magical ingredients, the woman cooked up a potion of water, oil, alcohol and toothpaste, local media reported. It was unclear what spell she was trying to weave.



Oh dear.
posted by A 1:00 PM

Monday, July 07, 2003

 
It's ok, I've got it back now. Hurrah for pieces of string.

(admittedly it's rather longer than I like it, but...)

posted by A 2:48 PM
 
I just dropped my pen into my subwoofer.


damn
posted by A 2:43 PM

Wednesday, July 02, 2003

 
Seems that Kevan's Giant Squid is making it's first attempt up the beach, albeit with little success.
posted by A 1:14 PM
 
I have a sudden craving for bourbon creams - the dark brown ones.

No matter - it'll pass.
posted by A 9:47 AM

Tuesday, July 01, 2003

 


Teehee.
posted by A 1:30 PM