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Fri Oct 7, 2005 Miss Vicky 

It's been a big week, with lots of meetings, both at work and afterwards. So I'm a little scatterbrained today. Looking forward to having a few days off to spend with family. The Webgeek and I are heading to the Eastern Townships to hang with his aunts and uncles and other assorted members of his extended family. They are a warm, eclectic bunch, so I'm looking forward to it.

The problem with feeling scatterbrained: it's hard to come up with something coherent to blog about. So you'll have to suffer through some assorted reflections this morning.

Apparently Nicholas Cage has named his son Kal-el. You know, after Superman. Marrying Lisa Marie Presley was one thing. He has an Elvis thing. I get that. But Kal-el? Let's hope that kid goes to the same school as other celebrity offspring with equally wacky names. Otherwise, Nick might as well tattoo "come get me, playground bullies" on this forehead.

The GCTC's next production, No Great Mischief, previews starting Tuesday. We'll be going early, so stay tuned for a review!

Speaking of the GCTC, construction has begun on the new building at the corner of Holland and Wellington. They're several months behind because of some tussles at the OMB, so they are trying to make up for lost time by working through the night. Not a way to endear themselves to the 'hood, that's for sure.

A pox on the people who created this site. I'd been hearing about Sudoku for a while and have been putting off giving it a try, as Miss Vicky is fond of puzzle games and can easily get sucked in to such things. I also received fair warning from pinklitva on her blog. Now I'm passing on the misery to you. Click at your own risk.

Apparently the NCC wants to build a Monument on Lebreton Flats, across from the War Museum. Ideas, anyone? It can be a maximum of 14 metres high and can cost up to $5 million, so think big! Perhaps Miss Vicky can sponsor a contest for the best suggestions.

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Flanders Oct 7, 2005 12:45 PM said:

Great - see Flanders' productivity sink to new lows with websudoku...

"Congratulations! You solved the Sudoku in 24 minutes, 33 seconds!"

Let the record reflect that was an "evil" puzzle...

[Edited By Flanders Oct 07, 2005 01:39 PM]

Miss Vicky Oct 7, 2005 04:43 PM said:

Oh, so now we're going to compete for the record, eh?

I've been sticking to the easy ones so far - the 4-6 minute range. Will work my way up to Evil in due course.

The Webgeek Oct 7, 2005 06:01 PM said:

ANyone with a blackberry might want to keep an eye on my employer's site. They're releasing a version of Sedoku any day now.

Flanders Oct 7, 2005 11:10 PM said:

Well, don't try the evil ones late at night...unless you have 45 minutes or so to kill...

pinklitva Oct 10, 2005 02:34 PM said:

Soduko.....seduce you.....

You.Were.Warned.........

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