June 06, 2006

Signing Off

This will be my final entry here. WGA membership is coming up for renewal and I won't be continuing it, so I guess this'll be closed down. I know I haven't written..well..practically anything here over the last year, but starting this thing in the first place was definitely a good idea.

Anyone who wants to continue reading my crazy, and often unintelligible ranting, please feel free to visit www.fractured-reality.co.uk, where I now live (electronically speaking).

To everyone else, goodbye. I hope you enjoy and make use of this rather excellent platform (or maybe soapbox would be more accurate) that Warwick has provided.

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  1. It was great to blog with you.

    06 Jun 2006, 21:17

  2. Indeed, what Luke said too Simon.

    Cheers for the heads up on your future residence.

    [Soul Calibur] THE LEGEND WILL NEVER DIE [/Soul Calibur]

    Keep gaming, mofo!

    10 Jun 2006, 18:32

  3. Oh I will, have no fear ;–) I'm currently playing PES5, and lacking anything approaching ability at it.

    10 Jun 2006, 21:14

  4. LOL

    16 Feb 2007, 21:56

  5. Simon Brent

    Goddamit. Spam I can’t delete :-(

    16 Feb 2007, 23:02

  6. Handsome Dan

    You need to delete the confic.inc file :) (I think)

    21 May 2007, 18:19

  7. q9f0nh5pctdvzmw

    Walnuts and flax seeds are special because they

    contain omega-3 fatty acids. Our diets tend to be low in them, yet they are essential for
    healthy brain and nervous system functioning.
    It’s easy to toss a handful of raw walnuts or flax seeds on

    a salad or vegetables for added crunch and nutrition. Refrigerate walnuts and flax seeds to keep the omega-3

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    Sesame seeds are particularly high in calcium and
    flavor. They are used by many cultures. Sesame
    paste, called tahini in Arabic countries, is the

    essential ingredient in hummus. In China, it’s used to

    make a sesame sauce served over noodles. This sesame sauce recipe is adapted from Annemarie Colbin’s

    cookbook The Natural Gourmet and is a staple in my home:

    Back when we hunted and gathered for our food, nuts and

    seeds were part of our daily diet. They gave us

    energy, soft healthy skin, fertility, immunity,

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    we may lack these qualities in our health.

    22 Jun 2007, 15:55

  8. 25 Jun 2007, 17:04

  9. Simon Brent

    Indeed. What the hell kind of spam is that anyway :-S

    25 Jun 2007, 19:20

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