The Stephanie Maks Office Adventure Kit

Posted 2006.07.25 0.00 in Computers/Internet/Technology by Stephanie

I was just getting ready to head out to work and had some of my ‘important gear’ sitting on my desk ready to, when I noticed that my bit of kit was arranged somewhat photogenically.

That’s right, it’s the Stephanie Maks Action Adventure Kit!

The kit consists of the following:
A Pentacle necklace, properly cleansed and blessed.
A mechanical, home-made wristwatch. Today it’s the one-handed model, accurate to within 5 or 10 minutes.
An antique PDA, circa 1996. Hey, just because stuff is new, does not mean it is better.

And now, I must be off! Duty calls!

Stephanie Maks Action Adventure Kit

Scarriest F***ing Thing On The ‘Net Today

Posted 2006.07.25 0.00 in Computers/Internet/Technology, Pointless Blather by Stephanie

Surfing the web, alot of fun and interesting things can be found. Following one link to another, page to page, can lead to surprising and amazing things.

And it can, on occasion, lead to some intensely disturbing and freaky sh*t.

I know it’s just a sculpture, blah blah blah. Whever the hell it is, is a place I don’t wanna go visit. Any city or town that wants to boast having the largest outdoor spider sculpture, is a place that’s paying homage to stuff I want nothing to do with.

Spiders, bugs, creepy-crawlies, icky-wigglies, are things that ought not have giant sculptures, thank you very much.

Aaaaagggghhhhhh!
Found in the Wicked Lasers Forums, in a post by nero_design.

Unidentified Freaky Object

Posted 2006.07.25 0.00 in Photography by Stephanie

I saw this in Ottawa, Canada, many many years ago.

I don’t know what it is, but I can tell you that alcohol was not involved.

Really, though, I just want to move that freaky spider picture a little further on down the page.

Bizzare Thing From Ottawa

Falling Water

Posted 2006.07.25 0.00 in Photography by Stephanie

There’s something I find very refreshing about falling water. The look of it, the feel in the atmosphere around it, the sound of it.

If I lived near something like this, I wonder if I’d ever get much of anything done. Or if I’d just set a rocking chair out somewhere with a good view, and watch the falling water.

I don’t know where exactly this is, only that I took the pic while driving around the St. Catharines / Niagara Falls area in 1996.

Falling Water.