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...what the critics had to say about "the treehouse"

What an utterly fascinating person you appear to be. I found a link to something on here via Memepool (I think?) and poked around because a good friend's middle name is Trygve. Such hobbies - weightlifting, photography, and nuclear physics. Huh. Well, carry on then.
Turtle <trakturtleAThotmailDOTcom>
- Tuesday, October 23, 2001 at 11:12:40 (MDT)
Most crazy site I ever visited
petwil <>
Accra, - Monday, October 22, 2001 at 05:20:44 (MDT), actually I stumbled on this site entirely by accident. I was actually chasing up some information on M&F Worldwide Corp,
whose Stock Exchange symbol is "MFW". The search engine coughed up your "MFW quotes" file, which made fascinating reading, although I've got no idea what it was all about:-). Keep up the good work, whatever that may be...

Keith Walters <>
- Monday, October 08, 2001 at 15:54:56 (MDT)
me wonders if it were by some fualt of my own or some massive error of the internet typo demon that my url on the last post died either way hopefully dis one works
chaos <same as last post>
- Tuesday, October 02, 2001 at 08:42:34 (MDT)
nice site bro . Can't wait for the movie to actualy be released looks dang good . Not to mention is an awesome project . Now For the construtive criticism (you knew there had to be a catch didn't . Isn't there always a catch like that little bunny rabbit in monty python and the holy grail "...but it's just a bunny rabbit ...." well we all know it was a man eating bunny ) But serriously some few tiny small piecese of advice from lord chaos #1 Anything you have in Qtime .mov format doesn't seem to be liking my QT 5.2 and i have a feeling it's because your not running the most curretnt QTSS . This could just be a major browser compatibility issue (gotta love IE for that . Yes i'm using ie it's the only viable 70% + working browser for mac os x server :\) but you might want to test this for future releases and streams .(and if you wonder why i can't simply use another os and machine .? well i have no X on any machine except the mac i figure herd all the gui's on one machine and keep them as far away from the other servers as possible . But universal browser compatibility can be a good thing . and no i don't expect a lynx compatibility with anything graphicaly dependant) Okies #2 it might be helpfull to those looking for second hand stuff if you were to post some good links for major resellers (no knowing that things like ebay exist are not a real or decent resource unless you like paying for mostly DOA stuff so perhaps a list of a few good secondary computer resellers would be a very welcome addition. especialy for people like me looking for ram for old sparc 10's and cringe yes even the ipx boxen ) #3 hrmmm as if numbers 1 & 2 weren't way more than you wanted (lol) more recent updates as to what all you've added to yeah some of roving psychotic evil bastids love reading about what people have done with lots of different kinds of older yet stil very cool hard ware . Well now that i've totaly out written me welcome i bid you all farewell and hope you keep up the good work . Laterz ad in the imortal words of Bjork
"...... EnnnJoooyyy......"

ChaOs <>
chaple hill , nc - Tuesday, October 02, 2001 at 08:31:27 (MDT)
Came for the "barbiesicle". The rest of the site looks pretty good. I'm going back in to look some more ;)
Jools (today, vegetable) <>
ID - Wednesday, September 26, 2001 at 15:12:32 (MDT)
i like your webpage, very nicely done. keep up the free ISP!
quartz, or richard <>
decatur, GA - Tuesday, September 25, 2001 at 12:35:45 (MDT)
LOVE your bod shots!!
pittsburgh, pa - Saturday, September 22, 2001 at 18:30:17 (MDT)
"Virtual Barbie Progect" is an obsolutly hilarious site! :D Keep it up ! Once my webpage is up, your URL to this site is going to be added :)
Luna <>
Las Vegas, NV - Friday, September 14, 2001 at 11:28:46 (MDT)
A very good site, my compliment!
Online Dating by License Plates
- Monday, September 10, 2001 at 09:46:45 (MDT)
donna <>
manila, - Friday, September 07, 2001 at 23:12:00 (MDT)
Miller moth recipes. Brings back old memories of when I lived in Colorado and you had to fight NOT to eat the damn things during their breeding season. But the cats had fun.
wasahbe <>
- Tuesday, September 04, 2001 at 18:26:01 (MDT)
The Unnatural Enquirer is my favorite part of this site, hilarious and inspiring. but where are the beavers? I've taken the liberty of linking the UE page to my own site.

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@~ (o.o) ~@
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/ `U' \
( . ) PFFFT!!!
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bunniee <>
TX - Thursday, August 30, 2001 at 20:24:55 (MDT)
DE la chio ta!! Pour thie sane da lour si concourge, ei tesio da ghas. Bre lemmi de thio katus: wein cacio zen bi niniota, pas tour ganne ye. Bion sain.
Steebo <>
- Sunday, August 19, 2001 at 19:13:23 (MDT)
great site. congratulations on all your success. peace.
oblio <>
fort erie, on - Thursday, August 16, 2001 at 12:35:33 (MDT)
Really enjoyed the website. Thank You!

Rhonda Miller
KC, MO - Saturday, August 11, 2001 at 12:33:08 (MDT)
Nice site. Congrats on the Yahoo mention. Love the Barbie experiement. Can you try that on my ex-girlfriend?

Dan <>
Roxborough Park, CO - Friday, August 10, 2001 at 12:45:56 (MDT)
Well I was doing my usuall parusing to find out the stats of my sites and such and I ran across your entry on the Bobby Black incidence. I still must say I am not all that much of a brute. In my defense I am a nice guy and perhpas next tiem you will have to let me know a little more when and where you need stuffed hauled around. If it helps any I once worked in Florida as a life-gueard assistant at the resorts/condos. they had these pads that wer on the recliner or beach chairs whatever they are called that were drenched by people swimming in the ocean(at least I hope that is why). Well, needless to say it had not rained that day and a storm came in so we had to retrieve all of those things. nothing like 60-80mph winds(if not more)with dry sand. I enjoyed working with you all on the Viking project and looking forward into running into you all again and possibly helping out. Don't know how long i can stand the climate here.


P.S. check some of the new stuff on my site if you get a chance.

Bryan "Crusher" Crump (lol) aka NeoQuark <>
Las Vegas, NV - Friday, August 03, 2001 at 12:38:11 (MDT)
Yeah !!!
- Thursday, August 02, 2001 at 08:49:24 (MDT)
Nice stuff, man. I hope your making more of those scientific projects.
Polle <>
- Friday, July 27, 2001 at 01:27:17 (MDT)
Great site, I don´t know what to say really, it has alot of content and Trygve seems to be a man of all trades which is also fun to see.
Megafloppy! : )

Frostnick <>
- Tuesday, July 24, 2001 at 15:05:12 (MDT)
..huh? blonde..tanned...perfectly built....nice teeth...
oh, shit! I've surfed to america again!
great website! beautiful spam!
as you say over there ....I'll be back.

- Thursday, July 12, 2001 at 05:19:34 (MDT)
I have analyzed, am classifying, interpreted, and evaluated your ideas as *Null*

Ya'know something has swayed my thoughts.
May you intrepet this as a positive thing.
But in actuality understand it as strangely negative.

I am the walrus. Boo Boopee doo.
Don Monklioni <>
- Monday, July 09, 2001 at 16:22:32 (MDT)
The best to date... Excellent hardware setup I have never
seen anything like it.

ippy <>
NHC, NNY - Monday, June 18, 2001 at 14:01:12 (MDT)
I stumbled upon you, while looking up names from Classmates. Com; seems we are both class of 1980 from Cherry Creek. I wasn't able to make the 20 year reunion, nor did I go to the 10 year reunion... I figured all my pothead friends wouldn't show up anyway.... Perhaps I was wrong! LOL I used to hang out in the smoking area between every class.. and when it was winter, we would huddle around that circular concrete dried up fountain, that I don't ever remember working, puffin our cigarettes,, ahh the evils of smoking, I managed to quite for 6 years,, but now am trying to quit again,, let that be a lesson to teenagers,,, hahah,, though smoking cigarettes and pot was about all I ever smoked back then,, seemed so harmless, being stoned and ditching classes. Dredging up all these old high school memories is makin me feel kinda melancholy...anyway.. I am wondering if I knew you when, even as an aquaintance. I wish I knew where my year books were, I haven't a clue, other than they are in a box somewhere... perhaps I will have to see if I can find you there, no doubt you haven't changed a bit *smile*
All those art classes I took back then did me some good, and I did continue pursuing an art career. As a matter of fact, I am in the process of writing a book, or 2, one of which I would like to make a movie out of and am looking for an independant flim maker, perhaps you might be interested, maybe not, but looking at your eclectic tastes in art, I think you might be very interested.... i sure would love to have a
Darlene Cypser in my corner as well ! .... besides, I don't think I landed here by mistake really, everything happens for a reason.. so I always believed, only now I am taking action of my visions, and trusting my instincts ever more.. instincts,, much the way our muses will lead us, if we only listen.....hope to hear back from you, and I will give you my name :)
P.S your movie, Dragon and the Hawk looks very intriuging, where and when can I see it?
your parents must be proud !!! lol :)~~~

Ms. Jiggy <>
Phx, az - Monday, June 11, 2001 at 15:44:54 (MDT)
Hey Trygve,
Another voice from the past -- it's been five years since I moved from Denver to work here on the East Coast, and was searching for some of the old Grotto crowd using Google when I thought of you and our Tofu-Poetry writing days together...

Hope you're well. Lots of water under the bridge and all that.


CC Petersen <>
MA - Monday, June 11, 2001 at 10:56:58 (MDT)
yeehaw. very umm.... nice.
johnpowers <>
- Thursday, May 31, 2001 at 17:22:14 (MDT)

Great site!

Kaye <>
- Thursday, May 17, 2001 at 11:09:25 (MDT)

A voice from your past speaks!

My, have you lost weight? Either you found a stunning model to stand in for you, or you look marvellous!

I found your web site through a link on the Beowulf Undergeound. I'm building a Beowoof cluster of my own...

Timberwoof <>
San Francisco, CA - Wednesday, May 16, 2001 at 01:54:49 (MDT)
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lol <lol>
lol, lol - Monday, May 14, 2001 at 12:29:02 (MDT)
Excellent site...
- Sunday, May 13, 2001 at 10:39:47 (MDT)
So, is the hot swappable Furby ready to be inserted in a "FurBay"?
- Tuesday, May 01, 2001 at 13:20:14 (MDT)
kuu niya website neh!!! eiioo eiioo escherdrive face dude:
your work here kicks some big donkey ass. You should be in movies :kerubic:

kuei <>
bklyn NYC, - Sunday, April 29, 2001 at 01:21:49 (MDT)
Viking e best, du kan ikkje sei någe aent! eg havna tilfeldigvis på siå di,ganske festligt, santvell???
Bjørn Ravnås <>
Stavager, - Friday, April 27, 2001 at 10:31:43 (MDT)
It's love at first sight! Horrible puns suggest themselves, but I resist by humming a cheerful tune: Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam! Spamity-Spam! Lovely Spam!

When I get home from work, I will raise an altar to Ted, younger brother of Thor, newest and greatest of the Small Gods!. Loki had better watch his back. The New Kid is Good! Very Good!

Brant Goose <>
Ottawa, - Friday, April 20, 2001 at 08:52:57 (MDT)
well, after half an hour or so I forgot how and why I entered
this website initially, because I was carried away and enjoyed
most pages.
Now that I know almost everything about your life and times,
there are twho questions left unanswered:
First, how many hours has YOUR day? Obviously you seem to
have more than the average of 24 (give and take one) the rest of
us has ... or do you have a couple of twin brothers?
Second, are you a lottery winner?
So anyway, now the site is on my bookmarks to keep me informed
about the latest trends in home decoration with computer
equipment (which is - now I remember - what brought me
here) Thanks for the unexpected entertainment,

Cologne, - Wednesday, April 18, 2001 at 15:36:42 (MDT)
Sara Somers <>
San Diego, CA - Friday, March 16, 2001 at 15:43:18 (MST)
it was a tough decision, but after a few seconds of thought, i've decided that, out of all the movie star/bodybuilder/writer/computer nerds whose webpages i've visited, you're my favorite.
samantha "not a vegetable or mineral"
ecstacy - Tuesday, March 13, 2001 at 15:20:41 (MST)
I have to say that your site, really really impresses me.
I am amazed at your knowledge of HTML and depth of your personality!
Keep up the good work! WEEZY

Alberta Rodeo! Roping Box RafterNL

Stop in at the Ropin' Arena and say Howdy! Check out the pictures of "FROSTY" and "RUDY" :)

Alberta, - Saturday, March 10, 2001 at 22:36:29 (MST)
Well, Trygve, it was a pleasure to meet with you and hangout from time to time. You and Darlene have both been a good and somewhat curruptive(snicker) influence. I will be leaving the state sometime around April 15th to pursue my art career, so wish me luck. I would still like to help you with those cartoon design should we ever mange to get in contact again. Well I must go for now. Take care my friend.


Bryan Crump aka(Neoquark) <>
Somewhere now, - Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 20:48:36 (MST)
I was overjoyed to find that there was another Trygve in the world, and one that shares so much in common with me! You have an excellent web site and I will use many of your posings as a reminder of my inner bodybuilding potential (hopefully :-) ). Thank you again for being a true inspiration to all of the Trygve's of the world! My two dogs (Savory and Nectar) say hello as well!
Trygve S.
AK - Monday, February 05, 2001 at 16:54:12 (MST)
Looking at your site was like gazing 20-30 years into my future. You and I are similar on so many levels. I am just happy everything has worked out great for you.


Phil B <>
- Saturday, January 20, 2001 at 00:33:38 (MST)
Hi. It seems we are practically neighbors.. I have been a lurker to the MFW newsgroup for quite some time. I really like reading the ramblings of the gang. I enjoyed your web site.
Cyndy <>
Highlands Ranch, CO - Thursday, January 18, 2001 at 11:10:43 (MST)
You are a sick and twisted individual to spred this type of information to an unsuspecting public....This planet needs you! Keep up the good work!

Emperor Maxmillian Nuclear <>
Good question, - Wednesday, January 17, 2001 at 16:52:59 (MST)
Trygve, Do you need a 2nd Mom? Would you like to adopt a me? Your humor is great, your cooking sounds wonderful, your "tree' looks so inviting ! I can't add any "cute", "hip" comments here, just thanks for a delightful few minutes cruising your site. Keep you the neat work....ooops, did I give away my vintage using the old "neat' word? Who cares....thanks again....
FL - Wednesday, January 17, 2001 at 14:54:18 (MST)
Came across your site on the Centre for the Easily Amused, and I must say... you seem like you are a very busy man! ...and I thought that only I knew how to juggle thirty-seven things at once, but then again, I'm just a college student, so what do I know? :) I will definitely visit again.
Ryan Eanes <>
Winston-Salem, NC - Thursday, January 04, 2001 at 21:59:23 (MST)
very good articals. keep up the good work.
j.francis <>
missoula, mt - Thursday, December 28, 2000 at 12:48:47 (MST)
Impressing Page, and a real cute babyphoto from you as a rabbit :-)
So long, 'til next time, Trygve

Trygve <>
- Wednesday, December 20, 2000 at 01:52:33 (MST)
Found your site whilst searching for examples of articles of inc. for non-profits, (the ones on nyx being very helpful btw) and inevitably made my way here. I admire your eclectic, yet purposeful, pursuits and interests herein contained on your website. A good inspiration for wave-makers everywhere. Hey, if time ever allots you the op...take a peek at, where people and their ideas come together. Its roots are new and growing. Peace, Rolf
Rolf Erickson <>
St Louis, Mo - Saturday, December 16, 2000 at 03:34:07 (MST)
Everytime I bare the depths of my soul in this forum, all of Hollywood trips over itself rushing to make my soul into a movie, so facisnating is my life here with my many LInuX machines (IX) in South Georgia (GS) and the South Sandwich Islands ( These slaves are only going to last so long with the hordes of gold I have stashed away. I'll be alright for now as long Argentina doesn't get any new leaders that feel they need to boost their support by trying to annex the Malvinas Islands otra vez. But I digress (like that is anything new).

-- Rahn

Rahn Of The The Komputer Gheeks < (Yes - That Really Works)>
Provo, UT - Wednesday, December 13, 2000 at 08:16:40 (MST)
Well I went to yahoo and typed movie villain and you came up around the fifth listing. You have been push out. err... I finally updated my page so the pop up windows do not appear. Page still looks good.


Neoquark <>
Northglenn, CO - Saturday, December 09, 2000 at 11:27:09 (MST)
Nice website. There's alot of stuff here, and I've only skimmed it so far, but I'll be back.
If you don't mind, I'll also be linking to you from W.E.H. I'm sure you don't have a problem with women ogling your images ;)
Take care of yourself, because you're special.


W.INKBlack <>
Haifa, - Tuesday, November 21, 2000 at 08:43:20 (MST)
the life of sigle is happy.because there is no women ,and no children ..... <>
china chongqing, - Saturday, November 11, 2000 at 10:05:09 (MST)
just looking
- Friday, November 10, 2000 at 11:30:38 (MST)
Your website is wonderful. I always look forward to reading your newest entries whenever you post them. Keep up the excellent work! :-)
Meg <>
Aurora, Ohio - Wednesday, October 18, 2000 at 17:41:13 (MDT)
Well, I must say i have always been impressed by your page and it was definately an honour to meet you at the gothnic. I was a bit out of it but I normally am. I guess that has to do with being an artist always thinking and sometimes too much. Again I would love to help you out with art/cartoons, just give me an example of what you are looking for and we will see what i can come up with.


Bryan Crump <>
Northglenn, CO - Monday, October 16, 2000 at 14:09:30 (MDT)
I want to thank you for visiting my forum. I started out to try to make you laugh, after all, what more could I do to interest a man of so much experience and talent but leave him with the tiniest hint of a smile. But visiting your site has left me with my mouth formed in a constant "oooooo".... so that no amount of thumbing thru my more sucessful bouts of humor will come to my mind to impress you with nor leave you even the smallest smile. For that I am sorry, it is totally a lack on my part. Your site is awsome. It shows much work and care not just as a web site but as a reflection of the man. Thank you for sharing that with me. If you have a timer, I know you can see that I spent the biggest part of the morning scouring it trying to find the essance and capturing the flavor. You are wrong when you say the elves are not present. They are definately in attendance.

Thanks again......

Cat <>
- Saturday, October 14, 2000 at 07:41:45 (MDT)
Many years ago
A large
Curiously interesting (Interestingly curious?)
With an unusual name
Wearing a full-length chain frock
(that I probably couldn't even lift)
Gave me a very funny little magazine
(that I still have)
Now I hear that he is making movies.
I hope it's as good as the magazine.

Life is not just stranger than you think...
it is stranger than you can possibly imagine.

Here's to unusual names.

Greg Bradt <>
Littleton, CO - Thursday, October 05, 2000 at 22:04:42 (MDT)
Dude are you gay or what?
Blake Buckstar <>
- Thursday, October 05, 2000 at 16:35:34 (MDT)
I still would like to do a suite of haiku about your house.

As if the world needs more haiku.

- Saturday, September 09, 2000 at 23:50:10 (MDT)
Our souls inspre us the love and the beauty

Flying Soul <>
- Wednesday, September 06, 2000 at 06:50:09 (MDT)
Well, I found your site of of the message board. I must say I LOVE your choice in decor for the Tree House. Kinda mirrors my own choices. And, I may be a bit out of line,'d be great as an evil immortal in Highlander: The Series. *L*
Trixie <>
- Tuesday, August 15, 2000 at 09:05:41 (MDT)
Very nice... and for the record,(since you broached the subject at Straight Women's Erotica) this woman finds a man with calm self confidence to be the epitome of sexy and the ultimate turn-on. Images only enhance what is already there. ;-) I look forward to seeing more of your enhancements...
Cum visit again, and maybe slide into the chatroom for some ... inspiration...

BB, GreenEyes (GreenEyesHOST, Straight Women's Erotica at

GreenEyes <>
- Saturday, August 12, 2000 at 01:40:43 (MDT)
Thanks for the gingerbread house recipe!
Creativity Enthusiast
- Monday, June 05, 2000 at 18:19:44 (MDT)
Trygves of the world unite!
PS I have no Norweigan ancestry whatsoever. My dad is just weird like that.

Tryg <>
Durham, NC - Saturday, April 08, 2000 at 19:57:14 (MDT)
My Grandfather was a Trygve,
My Father was a Trygve,
I am a Trygve,
My Son is a Trygve.
I can say we all Like being Trygve's & Norwegian.
My Son is the 4th Trygve to live in this house.
Maybe my Son's Son will be a Trygve.
Who knows how long this will go on.
I Hope for ever.

Trygve Ren Sandberg <>
Fairfield, CT - Friday, February 18, 2000 at 09:14:10 (MST)
The depths of my soul are still snoozing, but I was wondering--who is this Trygve? There aren't many Trygves. It's a big name w/me--in my family; it's my e-mail name; and I even named my Siberian huskie Trygve (a most lovable dog). Such a good Norwegian name. If I had a son, I'd name HIM Trygve. So, just curious.
L. Perrott <>
Washington, , D.C. - Saturday, January 22, 2000 at 07:51:29 (MST)
Shorts or no shorts he looks awfully darn cute in that picture.

*chuckle* Hon, even the worst shots of the man are worth
savoring, and the ones here are far from awful. *g* That
there is a personality to match that wonderful outer shell
makes him all the better...

P. Ash
- Monday, December 27, 1999 at 00:46:48 (MST)
Interesting and forbodeing, dark side? or theatre arts?
machosim or artistic. Imaginative or wierd? Fantasy or a disturbed reality?

florence nightingale <>
- Wednesday, December 08, 1999 at 21:13:12 (MST)
You are much cuter than a toad.

- Thursday, July 29, 1999 at 22:27:23 (MDT)
It is now all a blurr....frantically calling all over Denver
to locate you...setting up the appointment in Writer's Square down to meet you...then us both racing up to
Denver....and somewhere along on Santa Fe Drive you suggested
I should be President of Inferno Film Productions....The
meeting in Writer's Square filming till late in the night...
Crashing to get up early and call insurance agents and banks
and so on....and the future winds on as a roller coaster of
late nights and early days of meetings, and calls and lights,
cameras and action....What a ride!

Boulder-sometimes, - Sunday, March 28, 1999 at 21:23:01 (MST)
The dragon spoke to me at night,
it called to me for deep insight.
The dream was fullfilling and it showed,
the handsome face of Trygfe Lode.
The chainmail wrapped around his torso with, suggestions of an old Greek myth.
Where Gods lingered on the land for a short while,
and yet one is born again on the internet with style.
So cast away those dreams at night,
for the real Trygve...what a delight!

- Saturday, March 27, 1999 at 21:19:49 (MST)
Wow is all I can say seeing as how it's been so long since we've spoken and in all honesty, finding you was a fluke occurance, but I'm not displeased in any form :) I've sent you an email.. visit my page if you feel the urge but forgive it's cluttered, out of date state. I've had so little time to revamp but you'll at least see where my state of mind was a year and a half ago. *hugs* Glad to see you're well... and hello to any other Mom's dwellers.
Shawna/Pandora/Deianira <>
Near Detroit, MI - Thursday, March 04, 1999 at 12:34:55 (MST)
We have contact!
The gargoyle has landed!
Vini. Vici. Smoochi.

Boulder, - Wednesday, March 03, 1999 at 16:12:39 (MST)
Since it's "the treehouse" and I'm "the tree by the river," it seems like
there ought to be more trees out here and maybe even a river, but
there's just me. There's no river and there are some trees around the
house and a few more in the central courtyard, but mostly it's just
miles of open field out here with the mountains in the distance. It's
quiet out here; there are probably almost as many horses as cars
and hardly any traffic of either kind most of the time.

Trygve, if I might make an are in Colorado. For your location, you are virtually surrounded by trees. The river I can't help you with...

(Thanks for putting up this page. Now when I get homesick, the Unnatural Enquirer is just a click away! And the tales of garage sale success are inspirational.

One thing, though. Are you planning to join any of the recipe web rings? Because, I have to warn you, they might worry a bit about the Tooth Egg...

Tesla (my favorite animal...) <>
haiku shouldn't rhyme
five syllables for each line -
but that one - is fine

a secret admirer
Shorts or no shorts he looks awfully darn cute in that picture.

Hmpf. Hiding the costume with the horned helmet in
the recipe section is fiendish enough - but how do I
know you're not still wearing those red shorts under
that silly wabbit???

The Fanged One
New York, NY -
Anny Nonymus
Your mystery plant is a stapelia, otherwise known as a
carrion-flower (take a sniff!). I have some of those,
one with 2" leopard-spotted flowers and another with 4"
reddish hairy flowers. I've never been able to start the
seeds, but I have a black thumb.

Curious. You write like a tall *thin* guy...

Bev <>
Y'know, I've been looking for a good gingerbread house recipe for some years now. I may have to try that one.

I found it very difficult to keep my co-workers from noticing that I was browsing on company time after reading about the non-conservation of parity (pairity?) in macroparticles. I love a good laugh.

Excellent page design, too. Normally I'd consider a page like this image-heavy, but it's all very interesting to look at.

Rob Rapplean <>
Denver, CO -
Call it a strange fetish, but much as I like the Ted costume (can't complain about the size of your tool), I want to see something with the horned helmet mentioned on the weights group. Or lose the red shorts - either would be all right.
The Fanged One
New York, NY - much do we get to see at the party on
friday...huh, huh?

...don't look now, but there's a vicious-looking
bear sneaking up on you in the dungeon...

- guess who -

Great Webpage! Jenny came in while I was looking and had a serious attack of fossil/Victorian/gargoyle envy (not cape, because I made her a floorlength one 2 years ago). She says if you ever want to leave anything to her in your will or are taking adoptees, let her know . She especially loved the trilobites.

Merry & Jenny Stahel <>
Look, Arthur, I'm surfing the web!
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