October 10, 2007


Just went over to Fred Meyers to do my grocery shopping, and they were selling this. Now an undead duck, I can believe. A reassembled duck is OK. A duck vampire I fully believe. (They're all blood suckers at heart.) But how can a duck be a werewolf?

On to other subjects. I just was alerted to the fact that there's a Kinokuniya within walking distance. (Which is important to me because I don't have a car.) Any chance that they might sell the two Maritan books? I suppose I could email them and ask, but I really should walk over there. The exercise would do me good.

UPDATE: Now I'm really afraid.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste in Daily Life at 02:38 PM | Comments (4) | Add Comment
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Heck, it just means that the duck in question has lycanthropy, and changes from his normal state to the pathetic wolf form.  No problem there...

Don't think I didn't notice the 'bloodsuckers' line, by the way.  For what it's worth, we discourage such things in the Anadatae Liberation Front.

Instead, we train for decapitation.  That gets the zombies as well as the humans, after all.

Posted by: Wonderduck at October 10, 2007 04:01 PM (CJ5+Y)


Now that's cool. I just noticed that the "recent comments" sidebar list for one of the category listings only lists comments on posts in that category.

Good work, Pixy! (When did that happen?)

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at October 10, 2007 05:03 PM (+rSRq)

3 It's always been that way, actually.  Though there's a bug or two in there somewhere that I need to fix.

Posted by: Pixy Misa at October 10, 2007 05:56 PM (PiXy!)

4 I've always preferred defenestration over decapitation. Someone else can deal with the mess, and there's a chance for collateral damage!

Hmm. Perhaps I'm giving this too much thought.

Posted by: GreyDuck at October 11, 2007 09:15 AM (3q5Q5)

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