My store

If I owned a pharmacy or grocery store, I’d sell homeopathic medicines.

They’d be located in the “placebo” aisle.

Monday Fighter!

inidan cuisine

It is no longer possible to get Indian food in Tuscaloosa…we must content ourselves with Inidan food. It’s similar, but just tastes a little off…

“We are comfident you will not be dissapointed.” Considering they put cashews in a dish, specifically asking them to be non-existent due to allergies? My comfidence was misplacced.

(Normally, this place is actually quite good. Hopefully next time, they are back to their normal standards.)

Getting stoned

So the Mascot is back and he’s going to be doing his thing. Whatever. Guess I should attempt to entertain as well. And get the theme fixed so all the sidebar stuff shows up again.

Anyway, here’s a perfectly placed advertisement from 8 years ago.

stoned

For vengeance!

I entrusted the human who used to blog on this site to help defend the unrepresented Eggish race.

Instead, he has dithered, permitting the human race to continue devouring my kind unabated.

No longer. We ride. We return. And you Humans will be shamed, bribed, or coerced into eating us no longer.

(Oh, by the way, here’s my idea for the official Eggish flag. Looks ravishing if I should say so myself. No Mastication Without Representation!)

The purple is to our royal history and great monarchs.
The yellow represents the spirit of Yolk that resides within all true Eggs and their Allies.
The kind of puke green represents vomit that should be spewing from your mouth just thinking about how barbaric it is to consume another sapient species like the Egg.

eggish flag

Fat Usher OP

There’s no point of even suggesting this card to Blizzard. If Hearthstone players rage quit when they see Ragnaros, imagine how angry they’ll be at Fat Usher…

fat usher hearthstone

Age of Empires

Over the course of 2014, I have been playing the original Age of Empires (plus Rise of Rome expansion!).

This is an official announcement that I have, as of tonight, defeated all the campaigns on Hardest difficulty.

A handful of the maps were quite memorable because they were so tough, but some were surprisingly easy. (“Easy” meaning I had to restart at most once.) The penultimate scenario in “Enemies of Rome” was a worthy challenge, although it was short and only took a couple restarts. The final map was, sadly, a relative laugher. Maybe I deserved a cakewalk for the final night.

Kudos to the campaign designers for thinking up enough unique challenges to keep the campaigns interesting.

Clearly, there’s no way my mid-30’s self could do decently in multiplayer, though. Muttering “macro, macro, macro, upgrade, upgrade, upgrade” after a fight indicates my poor ability to multi-task.

Does this mean moving on to Age of Empires 2? You bet!