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A M
The Honorable
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The Honorable A M

Is the plural of praxis "praxes"?

I currently live with seven other mammals, down from the all-time high of nine other mammals. None of which were gnomes.

My favorite spots in PDX for gathering tasking resources:

The Bins
The Dollar Scholar
Captain Henry's Pirate Store


Another bus stop.
Canvas with dartboard
The crosswalk
Headless rooster
Ambulance
Progress...I love how they look in a row.
I think this is a memory
Leaving the ground
Folded, but not yet cube-ified.
Swinging!

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posted by A M on July 19th, 2011 4:16 PM

I should be able to provide backup crash space in PD0, and would be delighted to task with folks -- I should be recovered from my con crud from PAX by then.

posted by A M on June 17th, 2011 5:15 PM

Does next week work?

posted by A M on March 8th, 2011 1:53 PM

Do other tabletop RPGs count? I have an old Changeling: the Dreaming (White Wolf games) one-shot that would be perfect, and I'd be thrilled to run it again.

Hey, PD0ers, anybody want to play an eight-year-old and have adventures in the land created by mortal dreams?

posted by A M on March 8th, 2011 1:48 PM

I kind of want to modify a game like Settlers of Catan or Agricola for use with this task. Probably won't be doing it myself, though, as most of my attempts to modify my food intake end in disaster.

posted by A M on January 18th, 2011 2:56 PM

Exploring my own psychological underworld. Immerse myself in grief, memories of the worst times of my life, the dark side of myself, the things I don't want to think. The problem is stopping, preferably before I do something drastic.

Oh the joys of mood disorders.