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Attributes of a TimeChaser: Witty, sarcastic, opinionated, loyal, sometimes spaztacularifically geeky.

Chasing Time for: 33 years

Nicknames, Aliases, Pseudonyms and Nom de plumes: TC, Toki, Times, Chase, Timey Boy, Old Man

Interests: Music, Scifi/Fantasy, Anime, Science, History

Major Fandoms: Doctor Who, MythBusters, Top Gear

Other Worlds

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75 Books Challenge

This will be the official record of my personal challenge to read 75 books by the end of next year (2012).

1) Mother Night by Kurt Vonnegut
2) The Day the Universe Changed by James Burke
3) The Blessing Way by Tony Hillerman
4) Dance Hall of the Dead by Tony Hillerman
5) The Beekeeper's Apprentice by Laurie R. King

Manos...

The Hands of Fate!

I had no idea it was being released again, but at Best Buy today while checking out the Doctor Who DVDs, I came across a new 2-Disc Special Edition of MST3K - Manos: The Hands of Fate at a really decent price.

So for any of you Movie Sign gang out there who enjoyed Manos, take this opportunity to grab a copy.

Cat in the Wild

For "wild" read "front yard".

But anyway, we let Pond spend some more time outside yesterday (yes, I know I complained about this, but I guess the damage is done now). This time we kept her harnessed and leashed. She prowled through the overgrowth of ferns, and then jumped up in the tree. She started to climb a bit too high though and looked in danger of falling a couple of times, so we had to break out the ladder to bring her down. Her first rescue. :V

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I wear a hat now...

Hats are cool? I hope this one is at least. I've developed a minor obsession with the flat cap recently, and I figure that if I started to wear any kind of hat at all, this one would look best on me.

I should wear a bow tie with it... *derp*

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A spoiled cat

My dad has succeeded in spoiling Pond, and not in a good way.

We decided from the beginning to keep her as an inside cat. Avoids a lot of problems. The only times she'd been "outside" was on my grandma's screened-in back patio.

Well dad thought it would be amusing to let her out on our porch yesterday. He kept an eye on her, but after a few times out, she's now got a taste for it, and she will get in front of the door and whine to be let out. >>;

So, I totes blame my dad for this.