- When Do I Get To Sing _My Way_? which was last week's major piece, about everything you missed not going to Karaoke Night.
- Story Free To A Good Home and while it may be ridiculous, so what?
- Statistics Saturday: What I Worry Are All The Comments I Ever Write On Every Social Medium ... a confession and I'm sorry, everyone.
- Meanwhile, Letting Our Pet Rabbit Outside Some More just repurposing one of the rabbit pictures because I was feeling lazy, okay?
- Dogs Make News By Acting Like Dogs as they will.
- Why My Love Accuses Me, Correctly, Of Being A Consequentialist and some honestly screwed up thinking on my part.
- The Thing Is I Almost Think I Get This even though it's just a Crock strip.
- Where Kids Go, this week's major piece, with a higher than normal vivverid content.
Tired of hearing about Motor City Furry Con without seeing it? Look here, at this stuff.
Strangely, my best photograph from the Insects Meet and Greet: Upstar Willington showing off some of his costume. One of the tote-bag sugar cubes is on the left. In the front, LunaVixen shows off the butterfly wings and antennas she donned to belong to the Insects.
My guinea pig hanging around the con suite for Friday's dinner. I don't know what the books are.
One of the distinctive things at Motor City Furry Con's con suite? Faygo and lots of it. Multiple flavors. Even two diet flavors. This fact caused one of our pinball friends to suspect that bunny_hugger is actually a secret Juggalo.
bunny_hugger's stage-puppet peacock making use of the hotel common area to look at his formidable best.
More hanging around con suite with several winged fursuiters. There seemed to be more bats and raptors and other sorts of wing critters this time around.
Trivia: In 1977 Ichiro Endo, working on a piezoelectric device for Canon, accidentally let a soldering iron touch the tip of an ink-filled syringe. The ink boiled, dribbling out of the syringe. The accident would be turned into bubble-jet printers within four years. Source: Small Things Considered: Why There Is No Perfect Design, Henry Petroski.
Currently Reading: Justice at Nuremberg, Robert E Conot.
PS: What's Needed To Pass This Class (Spring 2016 Edition), a courtesy to students in need.