Monthly Archives: August 2010

Things I learned in Las Vegas

  1. It is psychologically more satisfying to treat penny slots as really odd arcade games, than as sources of wealth.  If you play with the goal of playing the wacky mini-games, it’s much more fun because you are never … Continue reading

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Reversed GenCon

I’m at the airport, getting ready to board a plane (one of my least favorite things ever). And although it’s the weekend of GenCon Indy, sadly, that’s not where I’m heading. In fact, I may be heading to the “Reversed” … Continue reading

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On my left hand, on my ring finger (directly under my wedding ring, in fact) I have a mole. At some point in my teens, I became very concerned about this mole. Not for the normal reasons–melanoma, unattractiveness, irritation–but because … Continue reading

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