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And Here I Thought

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I'm Moving!

The new lo­ca­tion is Sup­ple­ment, but I’ve got a ton of stuff to set up. For the mo­ment you can have a look at what is there. BTW, the name is tem­po­rary and will be changed to In­finite Ad­ven­tures when I’m ready. I’m mov­ing so I can use WP Su­per Sub­do­mains.



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Guide: How to Use a Grenade.

How to Use a Grenade

Con­trary to Monty Python us­ing a grenade does not have to be com­pli­cated, and most cer­tainly does not re­quire in­volved in­struc­tions. Nor does it re­quire over think­ing, which is what screws over so many re­cruits in com­bat train­ing. By fol­low­ing the steps be­low the user should be able to safely han­dle a de­vice such as a grenade with­out en­dan­ger­ing him­self or oth­ers. If a calamity still oc­curs then it’s ob­vi­ously be­cause the user had to in­sist on think­ing too much in­stead of just fol­low­ing sim­ple in­struc­tions. Any­body who tells you any dif­fer­ent is ob­vi­ously a fool who has yet to es­cape from his par­ents’ base­ment.



Step One

Pull pin.

Don’t push, don’t bend, don’t twist, just pull


Step Two

Count to 3.

And num­ber you count shall be three. You shall not count one, nor shall you count two un­less it then be to count to three. Fo


Step Three

Throw grenade.

As you would a ball or a rock, but not a tizzy.


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The Publisher's Life is Not an Easy One

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Let's Try This Again

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The Purpose of this Series

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Audition

[CSS-columns]This post is noth­ing re­ally im­por­tant, just be try­ing out a plugin to see if I get proper text columns. This I’m do­ing be­cause there are times when a dis­play can be too large to com­fort­ably read. For such sit­u­a­tions it’s re­ally best when the text is put into columns, much as in a mag­a­zine ar­ti­cle, or a text­book. If this works then the look of the posts etc. on this blog should be­come rather different.[/CSS-columns]



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