Over the last couple of days I’ve run across some old photos from 20 -30 years ago. Damn! That sounds like such a long time ago. In fact, it IS a long time ago. These photos were of old childhood friends and one of my brother. I sent copies to the friends in question. I’m sure they were shocked as hell to see these photos. The photos opened my nostalgia vein and I got to digging through other old stuff, some of which I’m about to chuck on eBay and try to make a few bob. Just kidding. Anyway all this nostalgia got me thinking about my first days of blogging. I started blogging just shy of 7 rears ago. In that honor, I thought I’d post my first post (i did three post in one day):
I stumbled across a 60 second interview with Luke Rhinehart in Friday’s edition of the Metro. I had never heard of the dice theory before even though Luke’s original book appeared 30 years ago. At any rate, I did some surfing around to find more enough on ‘dicing’. It sounds like an interesting concept…I might give it a go for a couple of weeks and see what results come of living by the dice. I’m not sure to what extent i’m going to dice…certain decisions or all…hmm okay why don’t I let the dice decide…
1 – no dice 2 – dice completely 3 – dice for minor decisions 4 – dice completely for 1 week 5 – dice minor for 1 week 6 – roll again
and the verdict is….6 roll again
maybe this is trick die
If yoou want to read more about dice living checkout Luke Rhinehart’s site at http://www.lukerhinehart.net/ or for a summation of dice living check out dice living at http://www.dicelife.com/node/view/1Apparently, the only hard and fast rule of dice living is “the dice must always be obeyed.” I’ll keep you posted…Current Mood: amusedCurrent Music: B52’s – Hallucinating Pluto
Man that was from February 8, 2004. I’ll probably have enough words on the Internet to rival War and Peace. This blog is still active. You can check it out here.