edit: DOH someone beat me to it, too =( Well, the next person after me answers two, too!
Kurt Eldridge: Well, when I'm not at work in the lab, I'm usually out getting potions and materials for....wait, that's work too, I suppose. I guess making sure Milo doesn't trip over himself when he gets the idea in his head to get some liquor in him kind of counts as work, too.
You know, I haven't had a lot of fun lately. Way back when, I used to fence, and I kind of miss it, though I don't think I would dedicate the time to it these days even if i had a proper saber.
I guess for now, I'm kind of 'living the dream' as the street kids say. Thankfully I have a benefactor who provides enough that I don't have to do work outside of my own endeavors, and who doesn't really ask me for anything in return that I would not have provided anyway. It's a simple life, in all its complexities.
What are your pet peeves?
"You haven't told me what I'm looking for."
"Anything that might be of interest to Slitscan. Which is to say, anything that might be of interest to Slitscan's audience. Which is best visualized as a vicious, lazy, profoundly ignorant, perpetually hungry organism craving the warm god-flesh of the anointed. Personally I like to imagine something the size of a baby hippo, the color of a week-old boiled potato, that lives by itself, in the dark, in a double-wide on the outskirts of Topeka. It's covered with eyes and it sweats constantly. The sweat runs into those eyes and makes them sting. It has no mouth, Laney, no genitals, and can only express its mute extremes of murderous rage and infantile desire by changing the channels on a universal remote. Or by voting in presidential elections."
--Colin Laney and Kathy Torrance, William Gibson's Idoru