Monthly Archives: December 2021

It’s Supernatural How Spaced Out We Can Be

They Might Be Giants, BOOK – This album was originally supposed to be finished in 2020, but since Coronavirus got in the way of just about everything, it was delayed until late this year. I really hadn’t had the time … Continue reading

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As the Hours and the Days and the Weeks and the Months and the Years Go By

With this year soon coming to an end, I was thinking about whether there’s any connection between the number of days in a year and degrees in a circle, and apparently there is. Of course, a modern year doesn’t have … Continue reading

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Get Off Your Ass

This might well be my last book review post of the year. I got an overview of the books I read in 2021 on Goodreads a few weeks ago, but I have no idea why they didn’t save it until … Continue reading

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Have Your Elf a Merry Little Christmas

We watched a few Christmas-related things this month, and I wasn’t necessarily planning to post about them all at once, but that’s kind of how it worked out. There were some things for which I don’t necessarily have a full … Continue reading

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I’ll Have That Tinsel Tangle Tied Around My Brain

The Puppini Sisters, Dear Santa, I Can Explain –  The close harmony group’s newest project is a four-song Christmas EP, with everything either written or co-written by Marcella Puppini. It’s actually her birthday today, and I thought mine in mid-November … Continue reading

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Intergalactic, Planetary, Planetary, Intergalactic

Next on my list of video games I haven’t played but watched playthroughs of to see what went on in them, it’s the Super Mario Galaxy games. They definitely look good, like how the Lumas resemble cuddly stuffed animals. Mario in … Continue reading

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Talking Time

I can’t say I’m really that keen on the song “Do You Hear What I Hear?”, but I’m not entirely sure why. I think it might just be how the versions they play on the radio tend to take it really seriously, … Continue reading

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Sidhe, Star, and Shaman Warriors

Ashes of Honor, by Seanan McGuire – Still in mourning over the death of her lover and loss of her daughter, October Daye finds out that her friend Sir Etienne had a changeling daughter with a mortal woman, and that … Continue reading

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Sometimes I Feel Like I Hurled Meself in Too Deep

I thought I should write something about last month’s free update to Animal Crossing: New Horizons, since it did add a fair amount to the game. I also looked up how to do a few other things that I could … Continue reading

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The Changing of the Gods

Stories of gods having to fight other gods for dominance over the world are quite common in mythology, but there are a few different sorts. Some have the new gods overthrowing older, established ones. Others have gods going to war … Continue reading

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