An assortment of links I’ve had hanging around and need to either use or forget:

Moe Lane thinks you must have a vampire problem if you have to deny that you have one.

Sexy maids. Not just for Halloween anymore (in Canada, anyway).

A couple of good cooking blogs are The Crepes of Wrath (love the name) and The Pioneer Woman.

Ruminations on work by Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs. I could probably have embedded the video here, but American Digest is worth the visit, anyway.

Some classic short stories and not-necessarily-classic music.

Bob Delaney’s Science Software.

Building a computerized security system? You may want one of these.

The Grand List of Console Role-Playing Game Cliches.

Need to generate a palette for a website?

Latin Quotes and Sayings (watch out for popups – Firefox blocks ’em for me, but lets me know they’re there).

Wanna see how you do solving math problems with a computer? Go here.

You may want to keep this in mind for the next Talk Like A Pirate Day.

And finally, somebody who’s been having fun with newspaper classified advertisements:

Update: One more story. Ladies, if you want to pick up a guy, don’t just hint about it. Come out and tell him directly. Reminds me of a button I used to have, which read, “Don’t just flirt, hit me with a clue-by-four.” I don’t know where that one disappeared to. I can’t find the one that reads, “Cooking is great – it’s a wonderful excuse to play with knives and fire,” either.

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