Life’s About Changing

The sky always makes an excellent background, regardless of the weather, don’t you think? And you know what’s not excellent? It’s Flickr during the day. It’s always so unbearably slow to load! I wish I wasn’t such a Flickr-addict. Sigh.
Anyway, an Italian sexologist has found through a research that couples who have a TV set in their bedroom have sex half as often as those who don’t. I don’t know if it only applies to Italians. It probably does. Not sure, though.
Chinese map collector has found a copy of an ancient map that shows that Zheng He, a Chinese mariner, discovered America 70 years before Columbus did. Wow. If it was true, history books would have to be revised.
From the department of whateverism comes the news that Michael Jackson is seriously considering making a move to the Persian Gulf. I hope he’ll learn to tell the difference between men’s and women’s washrooms before he moves in.
Ah l’amour is a stick figure theater type video that the female population would find unfair, imbalanced, and not very politically correct. But hey, it was funny while it lasted.
Frvade has been around since April 2005, but curiously, I’ve never heard of it until now. It’s one of those find the clue to proceed to the next level type games. I’d rather play this kind of games with Troy because he’s more persistent than me when it comes to finding the clues but still I made it to level 3 all by myself. And no cheating!
If you prefer a flash game, you might want to play the N-Game. You’re a ninja and what you need to do is collect the gold and avoid all the robots and missiles. Not really the easiest game for me, though if you’re used to playing videogames, it should be a piece of cake.
Anyway, I’m feeling under the weather today. Had an emotional dream about my late mother last night and I woke up crying. Not a very good start to the day. I miss her so much.

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  1. Thank you for posting the story about the TV in the bedroom! So many people suggest that I put one in my bedroom, so the family won’t fight over TV programming… at which time I just give those people a funny look. And yes, I’ve forwarded that story on to the necessary people!

  2. Well, the Vikings landed in Newfoundland around year 1000, but you don’t see history books being rewritten to mention that…

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