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Chess, Jazz & Ethics

Friday, June 8, 2007

Your Move

I'm seriously tired of getting my butt kicked by my mediocre chess program. I especially take issue with the way it takes its time analyzing run-of-the-mill moves, but snaps up any stray pieces I've left undefended quicker than you can say Big Blue. To say nothing of checkmate. So if there are any chess afficionados out there:

1. Pe4

Drop your move in the Comments or via e-mail. Multiple games welcome. 

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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Words Of Wisdom

Direct quote from a conversation I had today with an Englishman of uncertain but advanced age:

"Everything is alright until you die. Then they start asking questions."

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