I’ve been working like CRAZY on the new WCSG site, and not only have I not blogged, I haven’t even really read any blogs.  The site went live at 3am this morning, check it out.

In high school I played a game on the Commadore 64 called Pirates.  It was totally killer.  They’ve released a new version that is also totally killer.  I’ve been meaning to blog it, but Pfitz pretty much echoed the entire post I had in my head.  Go read it.

I inherited about 4 years worth of National Geographic magazines, so I’ll be reading those for quiet some time.

I finished The Great Book Of Modern Warplanes, despite the fact that it sits there in my "Currently Reading" section.  It’s a great book, though a little dated.  It’s from the late 1980’s.  It’s about 18 inches tall, 14 inches wide, and about 3 inches thick.  Insanely comprehensive, and quite nostalgic.  They deal a lot with the history behind each plane they cover, so in the B1 section they talk about the B-58 and the B-70, both of which should bring fond smiles to the face of any aviation buff.  It’s a good book  I’ll loan it to anyone who wants to come get it.

Sharathon is coming, and I have to crunch HARD on it, so  probably won’t be posting again for a while.

6 thoughts on “Crazy Busy

  1. Heh. You said “aviation” and “buff” in the same sentence. That strikes me as particularly funny. It would be even more funny had you said “B-52 buff”. 😉

  2. I like the new site.
    I wonder what I am missing because I do not have the missing plugin that never seems to install.
    (moz on Ubuntu)

  3. Yeah, Sid Meier’s Pirates game TOTALLY ROCKS!! It’s quickly become my favorite computer game.

    And I don’t even want to THINK about aviators in the buff!!

  4. The question is – have you actually played the new Pirates game? or are you just tipping your virtual hat towards it?

    Reminds me a bit of a virual “Seafarers of Catan”…..

  5. We heard a unique plane whle talking to each other in the office today. It being an Air Guard office there was a mad rush to the window to see a formation of 4 F-15s buzzing the Norwich University campus. One went into burner for his turn over the parade ground. We assumed he was the Norwich grad. Flyovers by alumni are a not too rare event here. Good fun…

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