Month: March 2005

  • “One night in October 1986, CBS News anchor Dan Rather was walking down a Manhattan street when he was punched from behind and thrown to the ground. His assailant kicked and beat him while repeating, “Kenneth, what is the frequency?” Apparently the strange event moved R.E.M. singer Michael Stipe, who said of the incident: It […]

  • Dreams after a night of drinking and curries, and having to deal with my newly-ex-girlfriend. All the dreams seemed to rotate around a mountain, and I’m not sure of the chronology. The first has me climbing a mountain with two companions – their faces are gone. We’re trying to get to a particular point, but […]

  • Blindsight

    (Viewpoint of the impossibly enlightened observer.) Several times in a continuum, quite close by, there was an accident. Indeed accidents, an ignorance of the facts as they stood, was a commonly used term to describe events beyond the questioning ability of the relevant questioner. (This circularity is what you get when a language designed to […]

  • Ynetnews – News – Army frowns on Dungeons and Dragons: “Thousands of youth and teens in Israel play D&D, fighting dragons and demons using their rich imaginations. The game has also increased in popularity due to the ‘Lord of the Rings’ trilogy. However the IDF does not approve of this unusual hobby and prevents D&D […]