>However, it is a fairly well-established fact that much of my mojo -
>especially when dealing with Jedi matters, for whatever reason - is
Use the Force, Ben! Let go your feelings...
<snicker> I'm sorry - that paragraph was begging for it.
> (Oh, and Iron Age, though there again, there's that whole
>"communicating with Zoner" thing to be done there.)
A very important point. Ater all he did collapse 12 governments with a poorly worded UseNet post.
>Thanks for your patience. (Cripes, I feel like Fred Gallagher saying
You need more emo. It's impossible to channel Piro without the emo.
Anyway, you're not doing that badly - you get a good 2-for-1 from Geoff (again, dude, it rocked) and the Rogue Squadron stuff was good enough to pull me away from the project I'm working on. Most impressive, esp. as my astrologist tells me this is the month - the very week! - I will see the culmination of said project. I never travel without my astrologist.
Anyway, Eyrie now (-urg-) 16 years old is still a lot of fun. Unless you feel an overwhelming need be prolific, you shouldn't worry about the fans dude. We understand. There's nothing wrong about cruising in neutral occasionally. It lets you drink the coffee, fiddle with the radio, and quite la mascara. If you're into that sorta stuff.
enjoying the SF sunshine (a little too much),
Manon, Maccadon, Orado, etc.
Denton, never leave home without it.
"If we are marked to die, we are enough
To do our country loss; and if to live,
The fewer men, the greater the share of honour
God's will I pray thee wish not one man more" - Henry V, Act, IV Scene III