June 29th, 2011
April 11th, 2011
May 4th, 2009
Can't wait for this weekend!
April 8th, 2009
April 2nd, 2009
November 6th, 2008
And in other news, it turns out that real British people want to see us do our Shakespeare thang here in the KC area - the Daughters of the British Empire have requested our presence as performers at the Annual British Faire, right after tea (12:15 pm). Yayy for being hearted by real British people!
October 2nd, 2008
August 6th, 2008
( Read more...Collapse )
And after that it was off to Tulsa, to see some of my Oklahoma chums and perform at DefCon 7. I don't know if I can adequately describe how much fun I had. Some activities of note: casino night, our "special by-invitation only" performance of Electric Boogaloo, meeting Peter Mayhew, Tom Morga, and Man Thing, and of course, being chased around the convention center like Daffy Duck by the Stormtroopers of the 501st. Video footage will hopefully follow!
July 17th, 2008
Your result for Which Chess Piece are You Test?...
The Queen's Rook
The Queen’s Rook is a pensive, analytical individual. They don’t mind spending long periods of time on their own to work through problems. They may venture so far into thought they appear vacant or detached; often they really are oblivious of the world at that moment. These wayward princes are precise about descriptions and by habit correct others (or feel sorely tempted) if the shade of meaning is slightly off. This is annoying to the less concise, but this is what gives the Queen’s Rook a gift for gab, especially in writing.
This Rook is relatively easy going until their principles of truth, knowledge and justice are violated. Because of this they hate the formalities of bureaucracy, politics, and authority – which tend to mask the truth of operations. They will respond with a flip of the switch and become outspoken and inflexible. They will eventually drop the issue, because they do prefer a reserved and benign ambiance. The problem with the Queen’s Rook is when they are debating a point; they may be convincing themselves as much as their opponent. They spend a considerable amount of time second-guessing their abilities and may come to multiple conclusions that offer plausible solutions.
An indicator that a friend may be a Queen’s Rook is an obsession with logic. If a mistake is made, it is because there wasn’t enough data or it was placed out of context. Another indicator you’re friend is a Rook, throw a strategy game at them. They enjoy Risk, Bridge, Chess, and word games. Never rush the Rook. They don’t draw conclusions very quickly. If one were to gather a bunch of Rooks together to form a group they may debate:
1.) Whether or not there should be a group.
2.) Exactly what name should the proposed group choose?
3.) Which of the persons in the group should take responsibility or should they rotate?
June 4th, 2008
"In the dead hand of an earlier adventurer is a scroll marked ATHEISM"