Out of the Blue

You'd think that my mercy on the near-drowned spider the other day would earn me some slack from the beasties in and around the house, but I got caught in webs this morning in both the driveway and the bathroom (of all places). I guess these guys don't talk to each other too much.

I know case mods are all the rage, but I have a variation on that going here in the BlueTower after picking up a blue (naturally) rope light at the Home Depot the other day, which I am now using as a desk mod. I have it strung around the shelf over my computers and in addition to decoration, it provides just enough light to be useful during late night gaming and such.

P.S. Happy birthday Bronco... no mailbag yet, but I did add your addition to the FAQ. =]

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Turkey Testicle Festival. Thanks Ben. Nutty!
Stories of the Day: Wildlife author killed, eaten by bears he loved. Thanks Greg McNeil.
FCC: Bono did not violate indecency rules.
Muslim doll offers modest alternative to Barbie.
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Report: Even 'good' air quality affects asthmatic kids.
Image of the Day: I'll Be Back! - 2006 - Davis For Governor. Thanks Ant.
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'I would be honored to end up in bear scat.'

Well he didn't get his wish because both bears were shot by rangers, presumably before they had a chance to take a nice after-dinner crap.

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