Archive for October, 2005

[font_design] Free Thanksgiving Fonts from Designorati™

Posted in Uncategorized on October 30, 2005 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

Pariah S. Burke once again delivers the goods and gobbles with a selection of 13 free Thanksgiving-themed fonts. Turkeys, Puritan hats, pumpkins and pumpkin pies…they’re all there, including one which really turned me on, “LMS Post-Thanksgiving Shopping”, strewn with shoppers and credit cards.

They’re available at Designorati by following this link the the post.

The fonts are all Windows TrueType, but never fear Mac addicts–there’s a link to TTConverter15.hqx, which will convert them to a Mac-licious TrueTupe good for OS X and on down.

(NB:All fonts are free of charge, but are subject to the terms and conditions enumerated in each one’s license, all of which are included with the downloads)

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[font_design] Free Thanksgiving Fonts from Designorati™

Posted in Uncategorized on October 29, 2005 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

Pariah S. Burke once again delivers the goods and gobbles with a selection of 13 free Thanksgiving-themed fonts. Turkeys, Puritan hats, pumpkins and pumpkin pies…they’re all there, including one which really turned me on, “LMS Post-Thanksgiving Shopping”, strewn with shoppers and credit cards.

They’re available at Designorati by following this link the the post.

The fonts are all Windows TrueType, but never fear Mac addicts–there’s a link to TTConverter15.hqx, which will convert them to a Mac-licious TrueTupe good for OS X and on down.

(NB:All fonts are free of charge, but are subject to the terms and conditions enumerated in each one’s license, all of which are included with the downloads)

[font_design] Free Thanksgiving Fonts from Designorati™

Posted in Uncategorized on October 29, 2005 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

Pariah S. Burke once again delivers the goods and gobbles with a selection of 13 free Thanksgiving-themed fonts. Turkeys, Puritan hats, pumpkins and pumpkin pies…they’re all there, including one which really turned me on, “LMS Post-Thanksgiving Shopping”, strewn with shoppers and credit cards.

They’re available at Designorati by following this link the the post.

The fonts are all Windows TrueType, but never fear Mac addicts–there’s a link to TTConverter15.hqx, which will convert them to a Mac-licious TrueTupe good for OS X and on down.

(NB:All fonts are free of charge, but are subject to the terms and conditions enumerated in each one’s license, all of which are included with the downloads)

[net_life] Fear The Wrigles

Posted in Uncategorized on October 27, 2005 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

As you may or may not recall (or care), I documented the first hint that wrigles may have plans against the human race in this post.

Read it first. Go ahead, I’ll wait.

Done? Good.

Well, as I just found out, someone has redirected the original “Dentyne Ice” entry to a more coherent article, one that has such vital components as correct spelling and grammar.

This can only mean one thing.

The wrigles caught the security leak and closed it. Unlike our government, they are quick and effective…

While it may put me in some personal danger, I intend to stay on the beat, following the wrigle menance until, Kolchak-like (’70’s version, that is, not that poncy-*ssed -0ughties poser) I have documented it and end up a rumpled, careworn reporter banging out stories on a 1942 Underwood, such is my dedication.

It’s a promise, people. Stay tuned here for the latest on the impending wrigle menace.

[us_politics] This Just In…Miers Is Out.

Posted in Uncategorized on October 27, 2005 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

Just heard over the television and the radio…

Harriet Miers has apparently withdrawn her nomination for Supreme Court Justice.

Details will have to come from smarter, more well-connected people, but we just heard it here, just now.

[net_life] Fear The Wrigles

Posted in Uncategorized on October 27, 2005 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

As you may or may not recall (or care), I documented the first hint that wrigles may have plans against the human race in this post.

Read it first. Go ahead, I’ll wait.

Done? Good.

Well, as I just found out, someone has redirected the original “Dentyne Ice” entry to a more coherent article, one that has such vital components as correct spelling and grammar.

This can only mean one thing.

The wrigles caught the security leak and closed it. Unlike our government, they are quick and effective…

While it may put me in some personal danger, I intend to stay on the beat, following the wrigle menance until, Kolchak-like (’70’s version, that is, not that poncy-*ssed -0ughties poser) I have documented it and end up a rumpled, careworn reporter banging out stories on a 1942 Underwood, such is my dedication.

It’s a promise, people. Stay tuned here for the latest on the impending wrigle menace.

[net_life] Fear The Wrigles

Posted in Uncategorized on October 27, 2005 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

As you may or may not recall (or care), I documented the first hint that wrigles may have plans against the human race in this post.

Read it first. Go ahead, I’ll wait.

Done? Good.

Well, as I just found out, someone has redirected the original “Dentyne Ice” entry to a more coherent article, one that has such vital components as correct spelling and grammar.

This can only mean one thing.

The wrigles caught the security leak and closed it. Unlike our government, they are quick and effective…

While it may put me in some personal danger, I intend to stay on the beat, following the wrigle menance until, Kolchak-like (’70’s version, that is, not that poncy-*ssed -0ughties poser) I have documented it and end up a rumpled, careworn reporter banging out stories on a 1942 Underwood, such is my dedication.

It’s a promise, people. Stay tuned here for the latest on the impending wrigle menace.