Sometimes, people do things that make me shake my head and wonder whether life is worth living. Then there are people who make me realise that not only is genocide a good thing, but there should be fukkloads more of it. Of course, there is bad genocide. And there is good genocide. As an example of the latter, I offer this article. Continue Reading
So on occasions prior to this writing, I have spoken of the world of difference between being autistic, and having skin cancer or diabetes. Or both, if you happen to be in the situation I am in. Maybe the higher spirits of Queensland were watching me when I posted that, because yesterday morning, I got a very unpleasant surprise concerning the skin cancer that is in my face. Continue Reading
I may have mentioned in prior posts that I did something a wee bit silly and signed up for a year’s subscription to World Of Warcraft. The reason(s) I did this are as nebulous as they are silly, but they are also fairly inconsequential. The pertinent effect of subscribing on a yearly basis to World Of Warcraft in this case was that I ended up getting to download and install Diablo III for free. Continue Reading
They say that when you are doing something so much that it interferes with your other activities in life, the relationship you have with that activity may well be unhealthy. It might even be an addiction. In that spirit, I would like to talk about the videogame known as World Of Warcraft. Continue Reading
On the evening of Thursday, March 29, at approximately 1830 hours, I was feeling dizzy, ill, and congested. My blood sugar was slightly below 4.0 mmol/l, but against my better judgement, I decided to take a walk and try to clear my head. That proved a costly mistake when as I closed the door, I realised that I had forgotten to take the housekeys with me.