Monkey Dust

20 Jul 19
Odd & Random

4 We’d rescued Becker from an animal shelter without knowing much about his history, but the caretakers had assured us he was a mild-mannered dog. After we’d had him for several months, I’d begun to think they’d undersold him. He was far less excitable than the labs my parents had when I was a kid.…

Monkey House: Chapter 4 was originally published on DAN DECKER

20 Jul 19
makken123

8 Play@YSDC Play by Post game boards for Call of Cthulhu and Horror RPGs A ARKHAM ENCOUNTER PHASE Train Station “On the loading dock you investigate a large crate with strange markings. Make a–” Sneak (-1) check (1d6=1), Mandy’s Research ability, Sneak check (1d6=6), success! “If you pass, you find a very unusual item in the […]

20 Jul 19
BourbonAndVinyl

Well this post may be my magnum opus because to call me a Stones fan doesn’t really do my love for them justice. I’m more of a Stones Fanatic. If I ever had the crazy idea to get a tattoo, it’d probably be the lips/tongue Stones logo, but hey, if Jagger doesn’t have tattoo I […]

20 Jul 19
accidental goddess

My two-week African safari in Kenya was such a rich, wide-ranging experience — full of surprises, revelations,  paradoxes, and lots and lots of animals. I doubt that I can capture and express it all in one or two blog posts but I am giving it my best try. (In case you’re confused: I previously published […]

20 Jul 19
Human Pages

One way to understand where poetry is now is to see where it was a hundred years ago. Every Saturday I’ll be posting not the best, but at least the most representative, poems from the last century, where we can see poetry constantly changing. You can read the other entries here.   Chomei at Toyama […]

20 Jul 19
Drawn @ Random

The Lion King. Like the Jurassic Park movies, it was a given I was gonna see this even if I suspected it would be bad, even as I fully acknowledge that I’m supporting future bad remakes in the process. However, this one was a little different because, while the newer JP dinosaurs never really looked […]

19 Jul 19
Our CR Adventure

This morning I got up and had the last of my cereal (chocolate one I just got a couple days ago) it was pretty good. Then I made Jason eggs and toast for breakfast…I really to love taking care of him!! I know I probably complain or bitch, but feel like it’s my duty as […]

19 Jul 19
GeekandGear.com

I like details. Little things tell me everything about people, their society, their hopes and fears, the sky above them, the rock beneath them. When I began writing Luna, I knew I would be building a world from scratch, but also one that adhered to the constraints of the physical realities of the moon. The […]

19 Jul 19
TheCannalysts

I’d never heard of this outfit before until someone on Twitter suggested we have a look at it. While I usually don’t take tips (or anything other than laughing at memes) from Twitter, Blue’s got me searching high and low for some portfolio prospects in the MSOs down south. At first blush, I don’t think […]

19 Jul 19
National Post

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) – Before touching down on what Beyonce has called her “love letter to Africa,” it’s important to see what may have brought her to the mother of mankind, with its wide vistas and sonic planes, for “The Gift” in the first place — beyond, of course, voicing Nala in the film and […]

19 Jul 19
Chris & Sharon's Camping Adventures

This year has seen us buy a new car, a Ford Ranger XLT Super Cab. Although we were very happy with our Holden Colorado we felt it was time to upgrade mainly because we needed more power. With a towing weight of 1.5 tonnes on the Kimberley Kamper we really needed it. Plus we wanted […]