"Man acts as though he were the shaper and master of language, while in fact language remains the master of man." -- Heidegger
Dance Dance Revolution! I love-love that game, spent the entire Christmas vacation of 2002 playing it in the upstairs den of my college genetics professor. Have, fun, and keep the beat.
Can we bring our unsexiest selves, and also the ripe and delicious flesh of younger creatures (for squishing and admiring, not for eating)?
Of course -- although we're locking down the margarita machine.
El Gordo, TLB and I must sadly depart this weekend for the Annual Life Affirmation of our niece (who will be four). So we will miss out on the tangy flesh and PS2 consumption. Although I myself am better at games where I destroy rather than create. I suppose it is a behavioral holdover from my Republican years.
I plan to bring my young associate, Mark, who is ostensibly a lesser creature (Exhibit A: repeated chase and capture of own tail, apparently without recognition that it is attached to him), but he is definitely not available for burning or eating. No, only cuddling.
SER- what happenened to Evelyn?
Evelyn is now named Molly and lives with a friend of Vizzini's in town. Two puppies from the same litter was too much for us to handle! They are in puppy kindergarten together, however, and have a play date scheduled for tomorrow. Evelyn/Molly is still craftier, but Mark is much larger.
Evelyn is a better name than Molly. I lost my virginity to a Molly. Evelyn is a better name.
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