A side effect of a side effect must be a “besides effect”.
note: there are B-side effects on albums, but not on CDs … I don’t know why!
double note: new side effects to having sex are being born daily!
triple note: recreational sex and procreational sex are the same thing in theory, … some people just take things a little too personally … or want a little person … or something like that.
quadruple note: most decisions are dicey at the casino or on board game or a yahtzee place …. or at vegetable slicing venues.
quintuple note: rolling dice don’t have side effects … it’s just when they stop and lay there that things get probably good or bad.
what I’m listening to now #45: the end to “The Shawshank Redemption“.
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Never say die … when you have two die.
It’s a semi-proverb.
note: I semi-profess I semi-promised to semi-provide semi-protection to the semi-problematic semi-prophetic semi- protégé from semi-promiscuous semi-professional semi-prostitutes’ semi-projectile semi-prophelactics.
double note: I don’t think I used any semi-pronouns in that first note.
triple note: “I semi-pronounce you man and wife.” hee hee!
quadruple note: is a “semi-prosthesis” a spare truck tire?
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I bet board game people were very happy when dice were invented.
… and people who weren’t good at Chess … or Checkers/Draughts … or The Royal Game of Ur … or Go … or Mah Jongg … or that spinner thing in The Game of Life.
note: “It looks like a great game … but how are people going to get these playing pieces around the board?”
double note: like so many other ones, this entry started out very complex before I just went back to the basics … basically … and got basic … or simple … or started thinking about dice and how cool they are.
triple note: Yahtzee … dice not included.
quadruple note: I originally was thinking about the cool horsey move in Chess … if you really must know.
That move should really be used more in martial arts.
quintuple note: sometimes it’s just as important to remember where we learn things as what we actually learn.
notes to myself #121
Our father only plays games with us until we win … then he teaches us another one. I’m not sure if he just lets us win or not. We will never know.
We are solid at Chess, Cribbage, and Checkers: be grateful.
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