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If you're within reach of the Mission, craigslist is throwing The Onion Party, featuring writer/DJs from America's Finest News Source. Friday, May 13, free, 10pm onwards.

Not really work-relevant material, although, as it's purely textual, it'd be safe enough. tilton pointed out the Fwapometer. (Yes. It's what you think it is)

A fair variety of music from Tibet, ranging from more traditional works, through to Deep Forest-like fusions.

I thought foofers might appreciate this wrought iron dragon pic.

Recommended beer for the day: Young's Special London Ale. A rich tawny color, hinting at the malty richness within, with the bottle conditioning lending the hoppiness something of a mellow cask nature.

I was quite tickled to notice, on Play's pre-order page for the first new Doctor Who DVD (eps. 1-3 for £11, May 16), their offer of a 4' inflatable dalek for £30. ^_^ And speaking of which, the BBC has a Flash game up, The Last Dalek, in the spirit of the old Ultimate isometric perspective titles. You, of course, play the dalek. Yay!

austin_dern:
The top ten reasons for a crunchy stairwell.
10. Crunchy stairs.
 
 
 
 
 
 
That reminds me. Why not onion flavoured beer?
Zweibelbräu!

..."the Fwapometer"
I thoroughly approve that experiment. Who knows? Perhaps scientists around the globe will also take part and publish the results. Something to feel good about at the end of a hard day.

..."music from Tibet"...
I shall have to peruse that. I love Tibet. That's one of the places I've thought of living peacefully.

..."crunchy stairwell"
Beautiful. I'm inclined to agree. :)
Of course, one must consider the current Chinese occupation, as illustrated well in Windhorse (apparently, only available on VHS) - good film.. caught it over at the Castro Theater on its release. (Oh, what a wonderful place.. been yet?)

Bhutan seems like a very good alternative, again a traditionally very peaceful land. And they even have Red Panda Beer. ^_^

Maybe I'll write to that nice Mr Gates for funding to move there and set up a red panda sanctuary.
"Of course, one must consider the current Chinese occupation, as illustrated well in Windhorse (apparently, only available on VHS) - good film.."
Bah! What a nuisance. China isn't big enough, I suppose.
.."caught it over at the Castro Theater on its release. (Oh, what a wonderful place.. been yet?)"
Have I been to the Castro Theater or have I been to Tibet? Neither, sadly, on both counts.

"Bhutan seems like a very good alternative, again a traditionally very peaceful land."
And this magnificent travel guide to carry around with you, while visiting.
"And they even have Red Panda Beer."
Lovely! I'd love to know what it tastes like. Roy Kinnear: "Red panda? Lager beer? You running something on the side here?" ;)

"Maybe I'll write to that nice Mr Gates for funding to move there and set up a red panda sanctuary."
There you go, and you can count on me 132% as a reference!

Akira