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Eldrich Gaiman
14 September 2009 @ 11:01 am
You just call out my name
Three times and slaughter a lamb
And I'll come crawling
Up out of the ground.

Vengeance, plague, curses, or pall.
All you have to do is call,
And I'll be there manifested.
You've got a fiend.
Eldrich Gaiman
08 June 2009 @ 07:43 pm
For the JLA fanboy.

FlashGreen LanternWonder WomanRobinSupermanBatman

I made these using the in-game editor.
Mood: cynicalcynical
Music: Nine in the Afternoon
Eldrich Gaiman
You can find it here.

Also available on an apron (which would make a great bathrobe).
Mood: okayokay
Music: Fleetwood Mac - You Can Go Your Own Way
Eldrich Gaiman
27 October 2008 @ 03:14 pm
We played some custom MadLibs that I built from The Bells and The Raven using Excel.

They became The Goats and The MooseCollapse )
Mood: sadsad
Music: Steve Taylor - Hero
Eldrich Gaiman
15 August 2008 @ 11:07 pm
The stool was on sale for $14.
Each spool (24) was around $0.80.
Each spool is weighted with a short length of steel bar which I pounded into the core. The two steel bars from which I cut the short plugs were each around $3.

That brings the total to about $40 for the whole set. The marudai and tama that I priced at Pennsic would have cost me around $200 total.

I'm pretty pleased.
Mood: productiveproductive
Eldrich Gaiman
29 May 2008 @ 09:02 am
Mood: crazycrazy
Music: TMBG - Stompbox
Eldrich Gaiman
10 March 2008 @ 12:59 am
...he's one.

Though, I suppose since this one included a leap day, he's been one for nearly 18 hours.

Everyone says that it seems like less time. It feels like forever ago to me.
Eldrich Gaiman
29 February 2008 @ 08:44 pm
So, who's going to Mudthaw, and who's going to Coronation? Also, what are people planning for dinner? We're trying to decide if we should eat feasts or whether we could arrange to have people to eat out with.
Mood: okayokay
Music: Sata Bareilles - Love Song
Eldrich Gaiman
29 January 2008 @ 08:50 am
I climbed the stairs at work and, in something that is not unroutine, stopped by the refrigerator in the break-room to drop a couple of quarters into a paper cup in exchange for a can of soda. I squatted down to the bottom shelf and pulled partially out the drawer-like cardboard box to apprise the selection. Depositing my quarters, one of the can-tops caught my eye. Its pattern was unfamiliar, but resembled that of one of my usual selections, Diet Dr. Pepper. I lifted the can so that I could read the label.

My eyes met, "Diet Dr. Pepper Cherry Chocolate".

I had learned that which could not be unlearned, and my mind was in a panic. From the welter of screaming voices were two that stood out coherent and distinct. One was voicing the realization that the feeling which was still in the process of overtaking me was that Holy Grail of sensations that ld_lorenzo pursues so passionately to create in his games. The other came from a dark corner of my mind which I cannot recall ever being the source of any voice. I had thought that corner empty or home only to one of the many mute laborious savants that perform only the lowest levels of my thought and perception. The voice was slow, un-panicked, and swollen with authority. It spoke like engraved stone, and it said, "Such a crime against God and man must be brought to trial," and as it spoke I knew that I had lost.

At the first sip, the flavors seemed to progress into my presence and announce themselves to me one at a time in the order they were listed on the can. Then chaos. I'm not sure whether my palette has developed some resistance to the chocolate, or whether that particular flavoring agent simply floats atop the others, but the chocolate seems to have waned as I have drank just over half of the can. Perhaps it is just waiting.
Mood: crushedcrushed
Eldrich Gaiman
09 December 2007 @ 10:40 pm
I saw this in Target today and was left staring and blinking for several moments. Exactly which part is this rather mannish princess using to crack those nuts?
Mood: pensivepensive
Music: The Beach Boys - God Only Knows What I'd Be Without You