I broke it

Dec. 10th, 2005 12:33 pm
solarbird: (molly-smug)
I think I broke Nationstates. From the People's Republic of Cardboardia at Boxburg national description:
The People's Republic of Cardboardia at Boxburg is a massive, safe nation, notable for its absence of drug laws. Its hard-nosed, hard-working, intelligent population of 1.1 billion live in a state of perpetual fear, as a complete breakdown of social order has led to the rise of order through biker gangs. ... Crime is totally unknown, thanks to a well-funded police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare.
Meanwhile:

(I forget Monday and Tuesday. Foo.)
Wednesday's miles: 3.1
Thursday's token: 0.6
Friday's miles: 2.1
Miles out of Hobbiton: 536.8
Miles out of Rivendell: 77
Miles to Lothlórien: 389.4

Yeah, I'm late with a new fundamentalist politics post; I've been busy - an out-of-town friend was in town, we went out for tasty, tasty sushi last night - and now I have a Norwescon 29 concom meeting. Soon, though. It's not like I don't have stuff.
solarbird: (Default)
When we moved into the new house, we started putting all the boxes we hadn't unpacked into this weird hallway space on the ground level, and as we emptied the boxes, we'd toss 'em into this other room down there that we weren't using yet. Eventually I started calling it the People's Democratic Republic of Cardboardia, with its capital of Boxburg. And now [livejournal.com profile] shikyrie is trying to get me to play this game.

So here's the PDR Cardboardia flag:



And I might actually play the stupid game. ^_^

Also went down to Folklife today - it was okay, we got to see [livejournal.com profile] spazzkat's friend play the ukulele in her group, and also got to see a professional play, and he was pretty good except for an inexplicable and mortifying decision to cover an Eagles song at the end. God damn, I hate that band.

And now that I've checked the game - well, hell, there's already a Cardboardia. Foo.

Other than that, it wasn't really the best day for music from our standpoint, so we hung out for a while, watched little kids play run-up-and-touch-the-countain, listened to a few musicians, poked around at instruments, and I finally managed to get the all-important Best Candy Apple in the World, as I always do at Seattle Centre, before heading home.

At which point I had to go fix someone else's network problem. La.

I had some thought about some political thing, but I forgot it. That's lame. Oh well, maybe I'll remember it later. For now, here, have a flower picture:



And a link to a movie of Zoe visiting Oasis, or trying to. Oasis was not thrilled. There was more attempt to visit today, but this time, food was involved. Oasis was much more brave with food involved. Sadly, I have no movie of that.

Miles today: 1.0 (Not counting walking around folklife.)
Miles out of Hobbiton: 163.6
Miles to Rivendell: 294.4

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