On This Day: Oct 5

Since I’ll hit 20 years of blogging this November, this year I’m posting a daily list of anything I published on this day in the past.

There are 19 posts previously published on October 5th

  • 2020
    • 📚 forty of 2020: A Call to Darkness by Michael Jan Friedman ⭐️⭐️ #startrek #tng 🖖 Almost a standard 3-star “stranded in primitive conditions/‘Bread and Circuses’ variant” adventure, but had some really weird oversights that knocked a star off.
    • On This Day: Oct 5 Recognizing 20 years of blogging, here are my past posts from October 5
  • 2018
    • This entry was published at least two years ago (originally posted on October 5, 2018). Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed (in general, assume a more open and liberal current viewpoint). A fuller disclaimer is available.I can’t remember the last time I had to do this, ... Read more
    • This entry was published at least two years ago (originally posted on October 5, 2018). Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed (in general, assume a more open and liberal current viewpoint). A fuller disclaimer is available.Book thirty-six of 2018: Flash Gordon: The Witch Queen of Mongo, ... Read more
  • 2016
    • This entry was published at least two years ago (originally posted on October 5, 2016). Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed (in general, assume a more open and liberal current viewpoint). A fuller disclaimer is available.Book forty-four of 2016: Death’s Angel, by Kathleen Sky. ⭐️⭐️
    • This entry was published at least two years ago (originally posted on October 5, 2016). Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed (in general, assume a more open and liberal current viewpoint). A fuller disclaimer is available.It’s foggy outside, and the house’s heat kicked on for the ... Read more
  • 2009
  • 2008
    • Links for October 3rd through October 5th Sometime between October 3rd and October 5th, I thought this stuff was interesting. You might think so too!
    • My Nephews A few weekends ago, Prairie and I went down to visit family south of us: her mom and sister in Vancouver, WA; my brother and his family in Corvallis, OR; then Prairie's dad and grandpa in Woodland, WA on our way back up to Seattle.
  • 2005
    • On that whole TV thing… Most people who've known me for a while are aware that I'm not much of a fan of television -- and actually haven't really _watched_ television in a long, long time. Seeing as how a couple people commented on my watching Lost, I thought it might be worth addressing this. :)
    • Want a child? Better get married… If this passes, I may want to _stop_ admitting that, though I grew up in Alaska, I was _born_ in Indiana...and most of my extended family on my dad's side is still there. Indiana Republicans are working on a bill that will make it so that only legally married women will be allowed to reproduce.
    • The Sesame Street Theme…in Klingon A day of the daytime star. / The clouds are compelled to commence fleeing, and are filled with dread. / I have a destination; / and there, because of the atmosphere, I am pleased. / Describe to me **immediately** / how to go to Sesame Street.
  • 2004
    • Looking for a little assistance Okay, I'm hoping someone out there might be able to give me a hand here. I'm working on moving Eclecticism from TypePad over to my own server. I've got 95% of the site framework finished, but I've got one little thing that's causing me issues.
    • Vice Presidential Debate The Vice Presidential debate starts in about ten minutes. I'll be watching the live feed via C-SPAN, and will update this post with ramblings once the debate is done.
    • Placeholder Entry Number Two And again with the testing of things to make sure they're working right. Exciting, isn't it?
  • 2003
    • Poet Laureate…George Bush? Did you know that our President is a poet? Neither did I — thankfully, CNN gives us a taste of his lyrical genius.
    • Would you buy this shirt? I'm just here to get laid.
    • Dean 'meat-ups' Hmmm — seems like I need to get out of the house and go to some of the local Dean meet-ups at some point. Apparently, they're the newest hot place to meet singles!
    • Advice for clubbers and bouncers Having DJ'd for around eight years in Anchorage, and having been a clubgoer for many years both before and after my DJ years, I've worked with and seen a lot of both really good, and really bad people. Ogre, the doorman at the Vogue, is definitely one of the good ones.