Thursday, June 14, 2007

Going... going...

going on vacation. I may post something over the next week, but don't count on it. In the meantime, if you like tangrams, check out this game for both the Mac and Windows:



It's the best Tangram game that I've played on the computer in 14 years.

As for Illustration Friday... "Suit"? I think not. Maybe next time.

This amused me. Derek told me yesterday that he spoke with a former co-worker of ours named Tony while attending a wedding. To be honest, I always thought Tony was grating and didn't care to be around him. During their conversation I was mentioned and Tony said, "Now there's somebody you have to worry about. There's somebody who looks at you and you think, 'Jesus Christ! Where are the bodies hidden?' Better check his basement!" after which Derek said, "He's dating my sister."

"Check the basement." Please. Like I'd be that uncreative.

Have a great week everyone.

7 comments:

Heather said...

I'd like to know what he said after Derek said you were dating me.

Andy said...

ToMo...always the charmer.

Rayne said...

Wow. I really don't know what to say except that sounds really funny. You do know you have to mess with that guy just a little bit now, right? Ask him to help you lay down a new floor in your basement or something.

Anonymous said...

I think he's a Hector Projector- keep the hamster locked safely in his home and this guy AWAY from the cooking implements. Better yet, check HIS basement... weirdo

Have fun on the hols! OOh and FYI, I've taken the plunge and applied for some graphics work!! YAY!!!

Take Care,
~Nate.

ValGalArt said...

Have a great holiday! Haven'tseen you around IF for awhile. Hope you having a relaxing and inspired vacation!

Rayne said...

I finally got a chance to try out the Septavo tangram puzzles and you are right. They are great! I think I will actually buy the whole game. Long time since I've wanted to spend money on a pc game but I really think this one is worth it.

Conqueress said...

I keep the bodies in my rose garden...

"Boring a hole in the patient’s head creates a door through which the demons can escape, and - viola! - out goes the crazy."