The Encyclopedia Frobozzica It is a wellkept secret that in two separate locations, groups of platypihave clustered together into kingdoms governed from magnificent castles. http://jzip.sourceforge.net/frobozz/frobp.html
Extractions: T he P alimpsest is a very powerful tool of magic. One of the best known examples of a palimpsest, dealing with transcendental physics, is a Scroll of Gating that takes the caster to the Ethereal Plane of Atrii . This palimpsest, although not as robust as a Dimension Door, is one of the very few known ways to contact the Implementors, and is extremely powerful indead.
The Encyclopedia Frobozzica Wishbringer It should be made clear at the outset that it is not knownwhether the Legend of Wishbringer is a tale about humans or platypi. http://jzip.sourceforge.net/frobozz/frobw.html
Song Of Marsupial Fandom SECOND CHORUS Hooray, hooray for platypi, For platypi, For platypi,Hooray, hooray for platypi, That's the song of Monotremal Fandom! http://www.physics.ohio-state.edu/~bcd/humor/marsupial.html
The Tales Of Woe Volume IV, Issue 2 Clerics S Unforgettable Fire - B Silicon Valley Angels - G Newcastle Novas -G Limboland Mists - S Buffalo Knights - S Petawawa Purple platypi - B Uluru http://www.eskimo.com/~bleach/sparf/tow/tow-4-2.html
Extractions: Season opener issue SPARF's own and only e-magazine Ed. Scott Emery email@example.com Contents of this issue: Letter FROM the editor: Who's Who in releagation Pontification: There is no 18 man team Pontification: Training and Cranking Features: The astonishing recovery of Petawawa Features: '93-'94 stats in review Features: Training Woes from the Borg Advice Column: The Borg advice to newcomers Words of Wisdom A Letter from the Commissioner Adverts: doSPARF gamestats SPP WBRG Begging: Out of submitted articles again Letter FROM the editor: Who's Who in releagation Keeping this fairly short, I did a quick analysis of the results of releagation. This might be of interest to the crowd that wants to push for the top of silver having a shot at the CUP. Gold League '95 California Sluggers - G Havana Spaz Attack - G California Redwoods - G Livermore Rowdy Yobbos - G New York Hungry Vultures - S Air-Pacific Groundhogs - G The Borg - S Victorian Mandarins - S Darwin Destroyers - G St. Louis Cattle - G Manix Maulers - B Spring Creek - S The Mythstics - S CSUA - S The Black Company - S New Sturt Blues - G Silver League '95 Former Gold - 12 (floating gold - 1) Former Silver - 13 Former Bronze - 7 Promoted to Gold - 8 Promoted - 15 Stable - 14 (floating - 1) Demoted - 3 Pontification: There is no 18 man team In a recent ruling the 20 man forfeit line has been upheld. Some games were played last season with fewer than 20 players. This shall not happen this season.
Team Profile - Petawawa Purple Platypi Team Profile Petawawa Purple platypi. Owner Garth Werner. Manager Loopy Creature. HistoryThe Petawawa Purple platypi are a figment of my evil imagination. http://www.eskimo.com/~bleach/sparf/teams/purple.htm
Extractions: Owner: Garth Werner Manager: Loopy Creature Home Town: Petawawa, Ontario, Canada Team Colours: What else, purple with gold trim Team Mascot: None, but contemptlating hiring George to dress up in a costume Team Formed: During Season three I believe (previously Tasmanian Devils) Mortal Enemies: Port Credit Circus Stars (for giving us our only defeat of '95) (and costing the owner a six pack of John Smith's Bitter) Results: Season 4: Season 5: History: The Petawawa Purple Platypi are a figment of my evil imagination. As a results, most character names are extremely bad puns or a play on words of somekind. My knowledge of ARF is negligible, only having seen the game played a scant few times on Canadian Cable television. The most notorious thing about this team is the manager, Loopy Creature, who not only supervises the general training of players, but also is responsible for all team press releases. The team was formed on the collapse of the Tasmanian Devils, who had no quality players whatsoever. Well they had two players with 60+ ratings, but both of those had suffered 98/99 and 99/101 injuries, so the team was destitute and revived itself due to the SPARF phenomenom of cranking
CC's Writer's Blog How could I forget? INVASION OF THE platypi! I night. I dreamt thatwe (my fam) were under invasion/attack of duckbilled platypi. http://cucco.crimsonblog.com/
Extractions: CC's Writer's Blog Thursday, January 30, 2003 Thursday's... Writing Goals Other Writing Goals An extra goal might be to write on Soulring, because I need to do some WRITING, too. But I also have to consider homework. Gotta work on Medical Terminology, so maybe I can take the test two days early again (I only have a MWF schedule, and the test is on W). One never knows how bad snow will be, and I don't want to chance taking this test late and getting a deduction. So, it will be cram-time. Hey, at least even if I don't get a job as a medical transcriber, all this word-part learning will help my vocab :-) That's about it. Boring, but important. Oh, and before I forget. I'm adjusting my other goals again; at least on some. Overall Writing Goals Outcaste
Interests Similar pages Platypus at Noon Poacher Pomp Ossidy can't decide what to do with the platypi he plansto catch, when he suddenly gets the idea of serving them for lunch. http://www.ujournal.org/interests.bml?int=platypi
Reveries.com - Cool News Of The Day Mattel has an innovative hit toy for girls on its hands, and it has Ivy Ross andher platypi to thank for it, as reported by Chuck Salter in Fast Company (Nov http://www.reveries.com/coolnews/2002/november/nov_20.html
Www2.andrews.edu/~drazen/sonic61.txt Harvo/Ray/Heroic Age cover Sonic, stoicly expressionless as ever, along with BarbyKoala, Walt Wallaby, and Tails, are being pursued by platypi piloting some http://www2.andrews.edu/~drazen/sonic61.txt
Extractions: Sonic #61 [Aug 1998] Now It Can Be Told: It may have occurred to some readers that the last few issues of Sonic comics has been a little on the lame side. Ever since the blue blur and his two-tailed bud left Knothole to undertake what Ron Bauerle called "Sonic and Tails' Excellent Adventures" the cover stories have been less than inspired. Mostly they've consisted of fights with enough narrative thrown in to qualify as a story. The back stories by Ken Penders, on the other hand, have outshone the cover material while doing so with fewer pages (and, if one need edit, without Sonic or Tails anywhere in sight). And #61 continues this sorry state of affairs. Fans have to be wondering what the head honchos at Archie Comics must have been thinking to let this come to pass. Well, my sources inform me that it hasn't entirely been Archie's faultat least, they didn't PLAN for it to happen. The stories had been laid out for 1998 and assigned to the various writers and artists quite some time ago. At some point, however, one of the members of the creative team (who shall remain nameless) informed Archie that he couldn't meet the deadlines for the material he'd been assigned. After essentially being told "Tough noogies, Archie, it's your problem now," the management at Archie Comics had to scramble to pour material into the now-empty spaces of several issues. They never publicly admitted this on any of the listsit would be like the hostess of a fancy dinner party announcing to the guests that she's just turned the standing rib roast into a large charcoal briquette and would everybody please be patient while someone makes an emergency run to the Colonel's for something that maybe we can pass off as chicken marinara if we drown it in enough Ragu. That kind of damage control is very much in evidence in this issue. So with THAT mega-spoiler out of the way: Spaz/Harvo/Ray/Heroic Age cover: Sonic, stoicly expressionless as ever, along with Barby Koala, Walt Wallaby, and Tails, are being pursued by platypi piloting some reptilian watercraft. This month's featured special visual effect: transparent splashes of water. "Sonic and Tails in: "Outback Gut Check" Writer: Mike Gallagher; Art: Harvo Mercadoocasio; Ink: presumably also by Harvo; Colorist: Frank Gagliardo; Lettering: Jeff Powell; Editorial: G-Force. Right from the get-go you know this is gonna be ugly. Not only is Mike Gallagher STARTING with a fight scene, but Harvo's artwork is...well, it's painfully bad! What looks like a collection of random demons, mutant toads, and pastel-colored Taz wannabes are, in fact, platypi who are looking to beat up on Sonic, Tails, Barby and Walt. And our heroes aren't looking too good, either! The inking is some of the choppiest I've seen since "Guerrilla Thriller" (Sonic #45). Wombat Stu and Guru Emu get to watch the action from their own skyboxes. Mercifully, said action is over in less than a page as the platypi are defeated and Sonic spin-dashes Stu and Emu out of their cages. Walt then remembers how confused the fans were after Sonic #50 so he and the DFF supply two and a half pages of exposition to bring the readers up to speed: Long story short: while cleaning up after the destruction of CrocBot, Duck "Bill" Platypus freaks out and starts playing Che Guevara with other platypi as he and his troops trash the crater clean-up site. Things get to the point where other Downunda folk abandon the project. Stu and Emu get captured by Bill. Sonic and Tails show up. There's the aforementioned fight. End of exposition. The group then takes off after Bill. After hacking their way through the dense growth of names of fans who wrote and sent artwork (including four Aussies who must be laughing themselves sick at this story), the group finds itself in a rubber raft they got from...somewhere...floating down a river. Sonic and Walt are about to experience a personality clash when they clash (again, for half a page) with another group of badly- drawn platypi. In fact, page 8 is a showcase of just about every artistic failing in this story. The platypi are unpleasant to look at. Barby looks even less like a koala than usual thanks to Harvo's drawing her with human proportions. Worst of all, Sonic and Tails suddenly look as if they'd each gained 30 pounds and it's all settled at the waistline. The hedgehog has suddenly turned into a pot-bellied pig! Haste is the ONLY possible explanation for this kind of sub-par art seeing the light of day. The layout is interesting, and gives new meaning to the term "splash page," but the execution is all wrong. Equally wrong is the course of action Sonic takes on the very next page. In order to scuttle the croc-borne platypi, Sonic spin- dashes across the water despite the fact that according to the so- called "character bible" (everybody say it with me now) SONIC CAN'T SWIM!! But this hasn't stopped the writers so far. I don't know why Sega even bothers putting out a character bible and being such sticklers about Sonic not displaying emotion in public, when it's clear that the rest of the document is more honored in the breach than in the observance. Rounding a bend in the river they see some kind of tiki hut that "MUST be Duck 'Bill's' hideout" [emphasis mine]. This is only page 9 of a 12-pager, after all, so we've got to wrap things up. They come upon Bill in conversation with nobody, and then he passes out. They lift up a trap door and discover...no, it's not the Tell-Tale Heart. Unless it's inside the torso of CrocBot. Knowing he's on the next-to-the-last page, CrocBot moves right into the Villain Blabs His Head Off scene: thanks to a diode implanted in Bill in the course of "Down and Out in Downunda" (Return of the King special) and a little post-hypnotic suggestion, Bill had been acting at CrocBot's command to drive the Downunda Freedom Fighters away from the crater so he could reconnect the Croccer to a power source and later reassemble a ComBot for him to do some Downunda dirty work. CrocBot starts to speak ominously of the coming of the "bunyip" when Sonic pulls the plug and confiscates him for no particular reason, thus ending one of the LONGEST copy blocks I've seen in a Sonic comicor any other comic, for that matter. I don't think Sonic wants to use him as a hood ornament on the plane. For the benefit of those of you who haven't yet surfed the Web using the keyword "bunyip" here's a brief overview: The bunyip is indeed, as Barby mentions on page 12, "a mythical monster from aborigine culture." This makes me wonder how they define "aborigine," since "Southern Crossover" left me with the impression that the echidnas were the first Mobians to settle Downunda before they got the Floating Island to float, but anyway. The bunyips are fierce creatures who live in or near bodies of water in isolated stretches of wilderness. They're built like wombats but they're supposed to be as huge as rhinos, weighing in (by one account) at two tons, and they have flippers for arms and legs. They make dreadful bellowing noises during the night, and are supposed to drag unsuspecting people under the water to their deaths. Yet as early as the 19th Century there have been Australian children's books in which the bunyip is a wise and gentle creature. In at least one recent story a bunyip is displaced from its water hole by the encroachment of civilization. It's been theorized that the bunyip may have actually existed but became extinct, surviving only in legend. Well, Freddie DID ask out loud whether anyone thought this could be the basis for a story. Just doing my part to inform the electorate. Sonic and Tails then take off as Sonic comments that Walt was "jealous of the way Barby was hitting on you, Tails! That koala cutie digs you, buddy!" Aside from the forced feel of the dialogue, was anyone else sort of creeped out by the spectacle of the zaftig (and definitely postpubescent) Barby making possibly inappropriate overtures to a fox who's supposed to be only ten years old? Doesn't say very much for the studliness of the local males. Still, that puts Tails ahead of Sonic in the romance department just now. The hedgehog appears to be content to let Tails go through puberty ahead of himself while not giving Sally a second thought. If the comic were to cease publication tomorrow, I'm sure Sega has already written the hedgehog's epitath: SONIC THE HEDGEHOG HE NEVER SCORED And a quick re-examination of the story confirmed that this Barby- Tails development had NO SET-UP WHATSOEVER! Despite the absence of any such undercurrent in "Southern Crossover" (which was the last time the two got together) we're now supposed to believe that Barby's got the hots for Tails? I didn't see it. I also didn't see any of the "jealousy" reflected in Harvo's artwork. If Walt was honked off at anyone, it was at Sonic for hedgehogging the limelight. All in all, this was one sorry piece of work. Harvo's Apology: as if to prove he really CAN do good work when he's not under pressure, there's a black-and-white study of (from right to left) Sonic, Sally, Tails, Knuckles, and...er...someone or other. Not only are the lines much cleaner than in the preceeding story, this represents the ONLY canonical appearance of Sally in this issue. Then there are the two non- canonical appearances of Sally on the Fan Art page: Shannon Marie Haskin does a nice anime-style rendering of Sally and Bunnie (who's been absent from the stories for far too long, IMHO), and there's Stacy George's rendering which also shows Sonic with a facial expression beyond the usual handful we've been getting lately. And why are both the fight-oriented pieces of fan art from Texas? "Sonic and Tails [again] in: "Total Turbulence" Story: Karl Bollers; Art: Steven Butler [debut]; Ink: Jim Amash; Color: Frank Gagliardo; Lettering: Jeff Powell; Editorial: G-Force. Sonic and Tails fly through some bad weather which is really Naugus. That's it. This story gave me a bad sense of deja vu. The last time I'd seen work this prefunctory was back in Sonic #31-33, when each issue featured a two-page "Knuckles solo story" which were also exercises in marking time. Once again, the story behind the stories is far more interesting than what got published in the comic: Archie had just inked a major distribution deal with a non- comic book store outlet. Part of the reason the deal went down was the prospect that Archie would start running Knuckles solo stories. However, the first series of Knuckles stories, "A Sense of History," was scheduled to begin running in #31 and the deal wouldn't kick in until #34. The solution: have Mike Kanterovich and Ken Penders draw those uninspired two-pagers for #31-33 literally at the last minute in order to live up to the promise of Knuckles solo shots, and delay the REAL story until #34. I got the same uneasy feeling from this story. It says a lot more about Naugus than about Sonic and Tails, who are literally reduced to being a couple of talking heads because they never get their kiesters out of the "Winged Victory" (and, of course, in another instance of bad continuity there's no sign of CrocBotI dount that they stored him in the overhead luggage compartment). There's really no story here, except to remind us how formidable Naugus can be. The best that can be said for it is that it's a mood piece. And we have no clear idea yet of how Steve Butler will portray Sonic and Tails once the action shifts to land. Whatever else this story accomplished (and it didn't accomplish much), it cured me of Don Bluth Syndrome. Ever since the GREAT job of writing Karl Bollers did on "Running To Stand Still" (#54), I've been cutting Karl a LOT of slack. I didn't want to believe it when he didn't sufficiently develop the farewells in "Back To Basics" (#57)Sonic leaving his parents AND his girlfriend should have brought the house down and been enough to carry two dozen pages with NO flashbacks, thank you; instead, the farewells were handled in the most offhanded, soulless manner. It was sort of like wanting to cut Don Bluth some slack for such atrocities as "Rock-A-Doodle" and "Troll in Central Park" because of the great work he'd done in the past on "Secret of NIMH" and "Land Before Time." I'm afraid Karl is going to have to prove himself all over again. "Tales of the Freedom Fighters Presents: "Geoffrey St. John "On His Majesty's Secret Service" Story: Ken Penders; Art: Art Mawhinney; Ink: Ken Penders; Coloring: Ken Penders; Lettering: Jeff Powell; Editorial: G-Force. Like Mike Gallagher in "Outback Gut Check," Ken apparently feels the need to wake up the audience after the last couple of issues. So he almost succeeds in getting Geoffrey St. John and one of his beaver operatives, Fleming, killed in an explosion. Fleming decides to call it quits. Geoff reports this to the King who's getting yet another check-up from Dr.r. Quack (who, as Mark Lungo put it, has the most convincing dialogue in the story). Sidebar: when Ron Bauerle met Ken Penders at a comic con in Buffalo, New York, Ken explained that the relationship between King Max and Dr. Quack is supposed to parallel that between Capt. Kirk and Dr. McCoy on the original "Star Trek" with Quack being able to tell the King unpleasant truths to his face. Ken had better do some tweaking of the character because so far Quack has demonstrated that he has as much backbone as a jellyfish. He basically played along with Snively in "Endgame" and was a mute audience to the King while he rambled on about the Source of All in "The Living Crown" (#58). At this rate, if Quack ever DOES have the occasion to tell off Max, it'll seem as out of left field as Barby's affection/lust/whatever for Tails in "Outback Gut Check." Geoff is then told to "assemble a strike force of no more than five agents capable of covert assignments inside foreign territories." Things start out promisingly enough when Geoff catches up with a chameleon on the Floating Island. The chameleon's name, according to the story draft, was "Valdez"was he named after the character in the 1970 Burt Lancaster western "Valdez Is Coming" or the site of the huge oil spill? Maybe Ken's rethought the name since then, because he doesn't mention it in this version). Geoff more or less forces Valdez (or whatever) to come out of his own retirement. After that, the recruiting drive breaks down along with the story continuity as Geoff signs up...Wombat Stu. He's looking much better than when he was drawn by Harvo, but it's hard to think of what talent would recommend him to St. Johnaside from his ability to wear a John Deere cap. Stu says that things have been quiet since CrocBot's defeat. I know that Ken wrote this apart from Gallagher's work on "Outback Gut Check" so he can be forgiven for saying that things have been quiet. Still, it makes a mockery of the book's continuity. Just as bad is Geoff's recruiting of Hershey, who seems to be holding down a desk job in the Mobian Recovery Administration. Hardly the place to showcase whatever talents she might have for covert operations. I also noticed (and immediately disliked) Geoff's telling her he'd square Hershey's being drafted into Covert Ops with Sally. Since when has Geoff played straight with Sally for five minutes at a stretch? He's probably the only creature on Mobius who's more anal-retentive than King Max. By this point I really wanted to see someone tell Geoff to get bent, but that's not going to happen in the next issue when his recruitment of Heavy and Bomb will round out the team (like Ken wasn't too heavy-handed about THAT development in the story's last panel). When Ken sent me this story in script form some months ago, I remember my reaction at the end of it. It consisted of two words: "Yeah, so?" Geoff (one of my least favorite characters) recruits a bunch of mopes to do something or other. I thought then (and still think) it would help to know what they were being recruited for. I've probably been influenced too much by the structure of the old "Mission: Impossible" TV series, which starts out with the premise/mission ("should you decide to accept it"), THEN we bring in the rest of the team and showcase some gadgets and red herrings before moving on to The Sting itself (basically, EVERY episode was an elaborate sting of some sort). But in light of the intense set- up of "The Ultimatum" (#60) this story is about as compelling as a limp dishrag. It's a situation made even worse by the fact that I KNOW what the mission is going to be, and that premise will be HUGE! But Ken has chosen not to lead with that. Pity. Sonic-Grams: a rather generic cover for #62it'll be interesting to see the finished product. Also interesting is the fact that the name of the locale in the cover story has undergone a change. In the preview copy the place was listed as "San Salvador." Someone must have stumbled upon an encyclopedia or gazetteer and discovered TWO real-life San Salvadors: an island in the Caribbean, and the capitol city of El Salvador. Knuckles #15: I assume the specks on the cover are Mobian bees bent on avenging Mello's death. And NiGHTS #4 finally bows. Two letters and 4 e- mails: someone expounds on "Maurice" but doesn't mention Steve Miller's "The Joker" or explain just what exactly "the pompatus of love" is.
Extractions: Skip to the content of this page Advanced options For years, Mattel has worked to grow beyond Barbie. One strategy was growth through acquisition. Ivy Ross's strategy is to inspire innovationÂto reinvent how the world's number-one toy company designs its toys. From: Issue 64 November 2002, Page 104 By: Chuck Salter Photographs by: Amanda Friedman Ivy Ross needed a new toy. But not just any toy. As the head of design and packaging for the girls division at Mattel, she wanted something innovative, a product that was part construction set, part craft kit. She knew that sewing kits and jewelry kits were hot with girls, but Legolike construction sets were largely a boy thing. She also knew that the reason wasn't that girls don't like to build things. Girls simply build differently from boys. Print this page Send to a friend Read comments others have posted on this article and post your own.
Mitch's Platypus Page In some ways, platypi are very primitive for mammals because, likereptiles and birds, they lay eggs rather than having live birth. http://www.wshs.fcps.k12.va.us/academic/science/bjewell/biogt/class99/wangsgar/p
Games@ihug Forum - Bring Back Overkill Campaign! 31, 2003 IP. Shootz Grand Moff Tarkin Wannabe, I think you mean platypi 31,2003 IP. Shootz Grand Moff Tarkin Wannabe, Yeah, but platypi sounds better. http://games.ihug.com.au/cgi-bin/ikonboard/topic.cgi?forum=8&topic=88
Goz's Trip To Australia And New Zealand me. Those Damned elusive platypi. One of the first thign that I realisedwas that I had no idea how big platypi were. So I imagined http://www.sunnybrook.utoronto.ca:8080/~liu/oz/letter3.html
Extractions: Right now, I'm in Armidale, waiting for my night time bus to gt back to Sydney. Quite a lot has happened since my last note from Cairns, immediately after my dive trip. I've moderated the pace of my trip a little bit, and things ar feelig mor relaxe of late. Sorry for all of the typos, but tthe conection is really slo, and I am using my friend Carole's Mac powerbook, which has a very odd keyboard. It's a little muishy for me, and I can't quite tell if I'm pressing the keys down enough. There was also quite a mix of people. Large numbers of people had come backpacking from the Netherlands, Germany, England, and Japan. It was kind of neat, acutally, to se that the most prevalent language outside of english in Cairns was actually Japanese. Many hostels had a staff memeber who could speak japanese to help out with tour bookings. Previously I had had the misconception that mos backpackers were teenagers out of high school, or else young people in their early twenties who had just finished university. It turned out that there were equally as many people who were just taking a break in their lives who were quite a bit more mature. The youger travellers tended to frequent the louder hostels, and would be loking for the nightlife party. This seemed like a very expensive way to do something that you could do at home. Anyhow, Cairns seemed to have something for everyone. After spending the day catching up,sitting in the shade of sun umbrellas with a coffee, and writing post cards, I decided to go totally decadent with my dinner plan. I went to a restaurant called Barnacle Bill's, which appeared to specialise in sea food, and ordered their most comprehensive sea food platter. This included fish, prawns, lobster, scallops, shellfish (which the Australians lovlingly refer to as "bugs"), all served on rice and arranged beautifully with fruit. I got totally stuffed, and just waddled my way back to the hostel, where I met three Canadians who had just arrived from New Zealand. It was perfectwe just swapped information on where we had been whilst hanging out on the patio of an irish-style pub. On our way back to the hostel, we stopped by the "Night markets", where you could catch up on any shoppig you had missed during the day, make cheap long distance calls, get a temprary tattoo, learn how to play a didjeridoo, or even get a therapeutic massage.
Raging Platypus - Friends Of The Plat http//noeljackson.com. March 14, 2003 0422 PM comment by noel / link.plural platypi? use, but platypi is just too much fun to say. http://www.ragingplatypus.com/blog/2003/03/14/friends_of_the_plat.html
Extractions: @import "/c/1.css"; Accessibility statement Home Just a few days online, and already The Plat has found lots of friends. Here are some great sites with platypus pix, for when you get tired of my own cam These bloggers have platypus pictures as part of their blog: These bloggers have linked to The Plat today: You link too ! Raging Platypus loves you! Raging Platypus adores you! Raging Platypus can be yours, all yours. Oh yes, my friend. And yet, another man finds a need for the platypus. http://noeljackson.com noel plural: platypi? Charlie Park timeistight linked here. Charlie Park http://www.purecontent.blogspot.com/2003_03_09_purecontent_archive.html#90728499 Charlie Park Confessions of a G33k Actually, it is platypuses http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=platypus
Extractions: The Independent Recording Arts Association www.ienoise.com wishes to thank all of our supporters for a very successful 2003. We are currently redesigning the site in eager anticipation of our first release ALL OF A SUDDEN VOLUME ONE A Collection Of Local Noise Featuring: We Look Forward To Serving The IE Better May 1st, 2003 Please join us for our local ALL OF A SUDDEN VOLUME ONE Pre-release Showcases: Scrimmage Heroes
Extractions: Total Plays Fan Club Join an MP3.com Fan Club for this Artist! Your email address will be shared with the MP3.com Fan Club service provider and is subject to their . Artist participation in the MP3.com Fan Club service may vary. Learn more about this service. Artist Extras Go to the artist's web site Notify Me with updates about this Artist Find more artists in West Hills, CA - USA Play All Tracks Now! add all tracks to My.MP3 add this artist to My Home page need help playing tracks? "Scars" genre: Rock lo fi play (dial-up) hi fi play (broadband) download (8.6 MB) email track to a friend view track info add to My.MP3 The closer for the Acoust-Q CD Platypi Live ~ Acousti-Q 2001
Take Me To Aardvarkland! 10/6/02 Now you can take a quiz about aardvarks and platypi (now locatedon the Why page). See how much you know about these cool creatures! http://home.rochester.rr.com/aardvarkland/
Letters To The Archivist (Chronology Of Quendor) (Most humans don't seem to know platypi are sentient, with the possible exceptionof knowledgeable mages like Y'Gael and yourself, which is why the Legend of http://quendor.robinlionheart.com/letters.xhtml
Extractions: Subject: Grues I was just wondering if maybe Wishbringer could be placed in between Spellbreaker and Beyond Zork ? It seems to make sense, because that way the princess could make an appearance in Beyond Zork , and Y'gael would be the same age, and there would be no mix-up about Y'gael seemingly holding the magick stone of dreams in the intro of Beyond Zork Thanks in advance, Nate Waggoner Beyond Zork From: AbstractManiac@aol.com Subject: Chronology of Quendor comments: Wishbringer and Beyond Zork reconciliation Zork Anyway, the main issue I have is the time Wishbringer takes place. I understand your argument for having Wishbringer take place after Beyond Zork ) Speaking of which, Y'Gael somehow gets all the way to Festeron after leaving in the ship with the Coconut, when
Australian Animal Links Platypus buttonWild World of platypi If you would like to research platypusesor platypi look here. Links to photos and more facts as well. http://www.mnps.act.edu.au/animals.html
Origami.kvi.nl/archives/a0033x/inx00338.txt model (Was German Shepherd model)) arc00338 30 Aug 1997 1927 NIGEL POTTLE TEACHERLIBRARIAN JAMES FOWLER SENIOR Origami platypuses (platypi?) arc00338 30 http://origami.kvi.nl/archives/a0033x/inx00338.txt
Extractions: Index generated: 18 Dec 2000 14:16 arc00338 29 Aug 1997 10:12 (Sebastian Marius Kirsch) > Re: origami trivia arc00338 29 Aug 1997 10:19 (Sebastian Marius Kirsch) > Re: Cat model (Was German Shepherd model) arc00338 29 Aug 1997 12:14 Nick Robinson > York BOS meeting - guests... arc00338 29 Aug 1997 13:01 Nick Robinson > folding nomenclature arc00338 29 Aug 1997 14:16 (Dr. Joel M. Hoffman) > Diagraming arc00338 29 Aug 1997 15:23 Nick Robinson > Re: BOS Booklets arc00338 29 Aug 1997 16:24 Ilya M. Vasilyev > The First Siberian Conference arc00338 29 Aug 1997 17:10 (Rick Bissell) > "Folding the Universe" arc00338 29 Aug 1997 17:35 Francis Firth > Scorpion Models arc00338 29 Aug 1997 18:06 (Sebastian Marius Kirsch) > Re: Origami Sources arc00338 29 Aug 1997 19:38 Dimmis Petrides > Digest arc00338 29 Aug 1997 19:41 Sergei Y. Afonkin > Try to contact Herman... arc00338 29 Aug 1997 19:42 (MATTHEW SPARKS 05-025) > RE: origami sighting=?US-ASCII?Q?=3F?= arc00338 29 Aug 1997 19:45 Joseph Wu > Re: Origami Sources arc00338 29 Aug 1997 20:52 Matthias Gutfeldt > Re: Diagraming arc00338 29 Aug 1997 20:54 Matthias Gutfeldt > Re: Folding Time arc00338 29 Aug 1997 20:54 Matthias Gutfeldt > Re:Helium balloons arc00338 29 Aug 1997 20:55 Matthias Gutfeldt > Re: Folding Time arc00338 29 Aug 1997 20:55 Matthias Gutfeldt > Re: Folding Time arc00338 29 Aug 1997 20:56 Matthias Gutfeldt > Re: Kawahata Beetle Book arc00338 29 Aug 1997 21:55 Thomas C. Hull > Re: Correction: New Origami Group in Littleton, MA arc00338 29 Aug 1997 22:07 Sy Chen > Re: Diagraming arc00338 29 Aug 1997 22:59 (Sebastian Marius Kirsch) > Re: Diagraming arc00338 29 Aug 1997 23:15 Daddy-o D'gou > Diagram readability (was Re: Cat model (Was German Shepherd model)) arc00338 29 Aug 1997 23:36 Kim Best > Re: origami sighting? arc00338 30 Aug 1997 01:27 (Sebastian Marius Kirsch) > RE: origami sighting=?US-ASCII?Q?=3F?= arc00338 30 Aug 1997 01:32 (Sebastian Marius Kirsch) > Re: Folding Time arc00338 30 Aug 1997 02:08 Janell Jarman > Re: origami sighting? arc00338 30 Aug 1997 02:18 Janell Jarman > Re: Diagram readability arc00338 30 Aug 1997 02:28 Carlos Alberto Furuti > Re: origami sighting? arc00338 30 Aug 1997 03:13 Laurie Bisman > Re: origami sighting? arc00338 30 Aug 1997 03:18 Thomas C. Hull > Re: Diagram readability arc00338 30 Aug 1997 03:56 Janell Jarman > Re: origami sighting? arc00338 30 Aug 1997 04:10 Daddy-o D'gou > Re: Diagram readability arc00338 30 Aug 1997 04:51 Bernie Cosell > Re: origami sighting? arc00338 30 Aug 1997 11:31 Nick Robinson > Re: Diagraming arc00338 30 Aug 1997 11:56 Allen Parry > Re: origami sighting? [NO] arc00338 30 Aug 1997 12:30 Clarence Deacons > Re: origami sighting? arc00338 30 Aug 1997 12:30 Clarence Deacons > RE: origami sighting? arc00338 30 Aug 1997 12:37 Clarence Deacons > palm leaves and models... arc00338 30 Aug 1997 15:48 Mike and Janet Hamilton > Re: origami sighting? arc00338 30 Aug 1997 15:59 (Reeds family) > LONG-Old European Origamimedieval girdle books arc00338 30 Aug 1997 17:49 Chinh Nguyen > Rob Neale's dragon arc00338 30 Aug 1997 18:31 (Sebastian Marius Kirsch) > Re: Diagram readability (was Re: Cat model (Was German Shepherd model)) arc00338 30 Aug 1997 19:27 NIGEL POTTLE TEACHER LIBRARIAN JAMES FOWLER SENIOR > Origami platypuses (platypi?) arc00338 30 Aug 1997 20:19 Marc Kirschenbaum > Re: Origami platypuses (platypi?) arc00338 30 Aug 1997 21:19 (Bob Nienhuis) > Re: Origami platypuses (platypi?) arc00338 30 Aug 1997 21:48 (Reeds family) > pERISHING and whining arc00338 31 Aug 1997 01:23 Mike and Janet Hamilton > Re: Rob Neale's dragon arc00338 31 Aug 1997 02:13 Bryan Feir > Re: origami sighting? arc00338 31 Aug 1997 04:24 Valerie Vann > Rob Neale's dragon arc00338 31 Aug 1997 04:57 James M. Sakoda > Re: Treasure Ship/Horaizan/Immortals (Long) arc00338 31 Aug 1997 05:11 Simon Burchill > Re: Folding time as a measure of complexity