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- October 23, 1983. Semper Fi.
- Pondering NaNoWriMo 2014.
- Unpublished comics tales from the Planet of the Apes!
- The Batcave Podcast, Episode 26!
- Your Moment of TrekZen*
- Ask Dayton #78 on the G&T Show: "Pranks, Jokes, and Other Serious Shit."
- Happy 49th Birthday to the original Starship Enterprise!
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So, yesterday being Columbus Day, I wasn’t working. Confronted with a rare day off that was free of deadlines or other pressing matters, I opted to take a jaunt across town and do some skulking through various bookstores. One of … Continue reading
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Back in the early-mid 1990s, I was part of a rather tight-knit group of Marines and DoD civilians working at the Marine Corps’ pay and personnel center here in Kansas City. It was an awesome group to work with. We … Continue reading