Saw this woman today and thought “Is that Amber?” (name changed to protect the… not so… innocent). She was one of those girls in high school I really took every opportunity to annoy. I suspect that the teachers must have thought I had a crush on her. Actually, my hobby was pushing people’s buttons and at the time she had the big, shiny red button. Anything I did could push it.


Actually, she took my hundred sided die and threw it across the room because she “thought it was a bouncy ball”. The die is hollow, about the size of a golf ball, and filled with beads whose resistance to inertia allow the die to slow down and eventially stop (similar idea is founf in many large buildings today Citicorp in NY and the towers in Kuala Lampour).


In better news, if you have not already done so, then you should check out The Animatrix

Crushed 100 Hundred Sided Die

Saw this woman today and thought “Is that Amber?” (name changed to protect the… not so… innocent). She was one of those girls in high school I really took every opportunity to annoy. I suspect that the teachers must have thought I had a crush on her. Actually, my hobby was pushing people’s buttons and at the time she had the big, shiny red button. Anything I did could push it.

Actually, she took my hundred sided die and threw it across the room because she “thought it was a bouncy ball”. The die is hollow, about the size of a golf ball, and filled with beads whose resistance to inertia allow the die to slow down and eventially stop (similar idea is founf in many large buildings today Citicorp in NY and the towers in Kuala Lampour).

In better news, if you have not already done so, then you should check out The Animatrix

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