June 25th, 2009

mind go

things i learned in the midwest

- Apparently they still have a LOT of grass pollen there. I am, in fact, still very allergic, in a way I just don't experience on this coast.
- Corollary: it took me a long time of not living in the Midwest to stop associating going outside with feeling miserable, and I should enjoy the outdoors out on this coast when I get the chance.
- I much prefer sleeping in a too-cold room to a too-hot room.
- Arby's can be like Godfather's, to the right people.
- There's something awesomely tactile about the 3G iPhones that the original iPhones somehow lacked. I don't know what it is. In any case, the 3Gs makes me happy.
- I apparently need to see some fish sticks episode of South Park? So says my Dad, anyway.
- It's actually possible to practice moderation at Rochesterfest, once you're old enough. I kinda wish I had gone for a bratwurst though. I'll have to engineer a chance to grill some for myself.

The outdoor lessons might necessitate figuring out how much cash it'll cost to show up at the very last minute to Baitcon... Hmm.
elan montage

D&D stuff

Reading the 4th Ed Eberron Player's Handbook is like coming back home... This is what's been missing from D&D all this time, why everything seems so... lackluster.

Freakin' Forgotten Realms.