kshandra: Mock Scrabble board square reading "Triple Nerd Score" (Triple Nerd Score)
In the latest search puzzle in Jane Angel, one of the items in the picture was a SixApart baseball cap.
kshandra: Small owl with its head turned 90 degrees from vertical. Text: "Wait...what?" (...what?)
I'm playing a hidden object game (Jane Angel: Templar Mystery), and the lead character is supposed to be an FBI agent. I'm working my way through, cringing at the Engrish (the designer is based out of Russia, as many of them appear to be, and I can only hope they've hired better translators since this first came out), when I notice that the character's journal has what appears to be a real phone number on the cover ("if found please call xxx-xxx-xxxx").

I looked it up...

...and it's the actual number for the Los Angeles office of the FBI.
kshandra: Mock Scrabble board square reading "Triple Nerd Score" (Triple Nerd Score)


If you sign up, I get points and a reputation bonus. My tribe has been consistently #1 or #2 in the standings, and I would REALLY love to get to the concert at the end, so even if you don't wind up staying active, check it out, please?
kshandra: Close-up of an old Nokia cellphone; the display reads "Tardis calling" with an icon of the TARDIS in the corner (TARDIS Calling)
So the Free Game of the Day on http://www.gamehouse.com/ last night/today was The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes. It's a fun little hidden-object game - but the designer was clearly a Whovian.

The first couple of references - a Professor Eccleston, a Mrs. Pertwee - were good for a giggle.

"Peter Moffat" made me snicker.

But the latest suspect was Captain Jack Barrowman.

Oh.

Bitch.

PLEASE.
kshandra: The Burning Man effigy, lit in blue neon, arms by his sides; an orange half-moon is visible over his shoulder. (Perky Goth)
[livejournal.com profile] muskrat_john just made me cry in the middle of the office.

Now, who's up for a game of Talisman? I have all the expansions except the City board. Or do y'all want to wait until I've picked up the new edition?
kshandra: Small owl with its head turned 90 degrees from vertical. Text: "Wait...what?" (...what?)
The next time you talk to your mom, tell her I saw Dots dice for sale at Spencer's. (I know you described Dots in your journal, but I don't have the time right now to go spelunking for it. Any chance you remember when you posted it?) They called it LCR, but it's Dots, sure enough. The extra giggle was that they've packaged them with "chips" about the size of a penny, and the packaging says "Play with chips...or whatever makes it fun!"
kshandra: The Burning Man effigy, lit in blue neon, arms by his sides; an orange half-moon is visible over his shoulder. (PuzzlePirates)
The latest revision of PuzzlePirates added Texas Hold-em to the gaming tables. And it's been insanely popular so far.

But I suck at poker.

So I just spent the last hour and a half in-game playing cocktail waitress - going from table to table, acting out getting fresh drinks for the players. And made close to 2500 PoE in tips doing so.
kshandra: The Burning Man effigy, lit in blue neon, arms by his sides; an orange half-moon is visible over his shoulder. (Huh?)
I was invited up to a private party at the con this evening, and when I got there, the room was playing Stoner Fluxx. I was dealt into the hand, and my turn came up two people later.

I drew a new goal card, and had the necessary cards to fulfill the goal. (For those of you who know the game, I drew Pursuit of Happiness, and already had Weed and Freedom in my hand.)

I was simultaneously congratulated and thrown out of the party. ;-) (Well, not really, but "You can go now" was uttered more than once.)

*squee!*

Jul. 21st, 2005 03:30 pm
kshandra: The Burning Man effigy, lit in blue neon, arms by his sides; an orange half-moon is visible over his shoulder. (Misfits)
There's a new patient at The Institute for Abused Cuddly Toys.

Must...not...play...yet....
kshandra: The Burning Man effigy, lit in blue neon, arms by his sides; an orange half-moon is visible over his shoulder. (Default)
"You are a goddamn crack pusher."

My husband, the day after I installed Clickomania on our new computer.
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