The page with my own Chuck Norris facts has accumulated some newer facts:
- Deletionists delete Wikipedia articles. Chuck Norris deletes deletionists who delete Wikipedia articles.
- Chuck Norris reads all messages posted to LKML (= the Linux Kernel Mailing List), understands them all, and he kills all gnomes he sees in sight.
There’s also a new page with an ongoing collection of facts about Xena, the Warrior Princess, who is, for a change, a female target of exaggerated factoids.
- Xena can meet King David for breakfast and Julius Caesar for lunch. Without time travel.
- No one calls Xena the warrior princess “Zeena” to her face and survives. Lucky for you she hasn’t visited modern-day U.S. yet.
The Blue Rabbit Log is an old screenplay I began writing that is still under construction. It aims to be a crazy comedy about Fantasy Role Playing Games:
Galku: Yes, it is my speciality to neutralise such characters who prevent raising your ambitious evil projects.
Mordox: What did you say?
Galku: I said I get rid of such characters who prevent raising your evil projects.
Mordox: You said my projects are evil? How dare you! My projects are in no way evil. They are just incredibly selfish and totally inconsiderate of everybody else’s interests and welfare.
Galku: I couldn’t define evil better myself.
Mordox: Did I get you here to write a dictionary of the English language?
Galku: No, but as a matter of fact I am writing one myself, as a hobby. The last word I wrote the definition for was “evidently”, and I think the next word will be...
Mordox: Cut it out! Now, where were we?
Galku: I just said it is my speciality to get rid of characters who prevent raising your incredibly selfish and totally inconsiderate of everybody else’s interests and welfare projects.
I’ve started writing a conclusions and reviews page for my story The Human Hacking Field Guide
There are new English and Hebrew revisions of my story - The Enemy and How I Helped to Fight it with many corrections. Furthermore, the source files have been converted to XHTML instead of OpenOffice.org.