Monthly Archives: March 2015

Lupin the Third: Daisuke Jigen’s Gravestone

I recently watched Lupin the Third: Daisuke Jigen’s Gravestone, a spin-off of Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine, which shares its gorgeous artwork.  I thought it was absolutely incredible.  I think one of my favorite things about it, and what I … Continue reading

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Color of Japanese Women’s “Sex Panties” Differs by Region, Pink Most Popular Overall

Very interesting map. I’d be interested in doing a survey like this. I don’t personally pay much attention to the color of my underwear, but I’d be interested in seeing whether there are any patterns.

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Recent Quiet

Sorry I’ve been pretty quiet lately.  I’ve been working on other projects and just haven’t really had anything inspiring to write as of late for the blog.  If you’ve ever been curious about me, I guess now is the best … Continue reading

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The Ape Who Went to College

I just watched a very interesting documentary about Chantek, an orangutan who was taught sign language and raised under human conditions.  It would be amazing to meet him someday!  It’s a shame that no one’s tried to repeat his experiment. … Continue reading

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Rest in Peace, Terry Pratchett

Humans need fantasy to be human.  To be the place where the falling angel meets the rising ape. – Death, Hogfather  

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Polemarchus the Republican

Socrates: What, and to whom, does that craft give which we would call justice? Polemarchus: It must follow from what was said before, Socrates, that is is that which benefits friends and harms one’s enemies. The above quote is from … Continue reading

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Well, it’s a minor victory, but I won my first game back!  He resigned before I could checkmate, but he didn’t really have any alternatives; it was mate in one, anyway.  What started as a small advantage in pawns slowly … Continue reading

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