Saturday, March 6, 2010

pentagonal trapezohe-huh?


What's the deal with uber nerds and decahedrons? Ten-sided dice in roll-playing games? I looked up (googled) decahedron and it led me to this. (I admit--I still don't get it.)

Ned's most recently gotten into playing Magic again, after about a ten-year hiatus, with Ken Baumann.

Ken, a drop of golden sunshine, just started his own non profit press called Sator.

The Complete Works of Marvin K. Mooney--described as a "multi-sensual audiobook" is it's exciting debut release by Christopher Higgs, who I've heard to be from a hearty handful of sources to be one of the coolest Academic geniuses of the world, as is, now.

He's also into art.

Here's his blog Bright Stupid Confetti.

If he's into decahedrons too, I'm going buy my first patent and call it Christopher Higgs. And since we're both happily smitten with our love-lives, and owning humans was abolished by the sixteenth president Mr Five Bills like a million years ago...

the document is all I want.

I'll place it next to my certificate of my adopted star, Melvis, and sell them on ebay as a set when I'm eighty. By then both will be sustained with artificial cores anyway. Attached to one-dimensional screens by projectors and subtitles. This will mostly be for the Japanese.

2 comments:

christopher higgs said...

This post made me smile. Thank you!!!

I'm not sure of my position viz a viz dechedrons, will need to research and get back to you.

Again, thanks!

Sabra Embury said...

Dungeon Masters give good...

cuddling.

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