This would be Day 275 of this blog. I started out posting, or trying to post, daily.
Now I’m posting only sporadically.
Really, I’d prefer to use this domain name for a different purpose.
Soon, if I can figure it out, I’ll move my whining and rambling to a different site.
If I can’t figure it out, I’ll probably just delete all this and start over.
Starting over can be a good thing, right?

:: sigh :: I’ve wasted too much time trying to figure out the easy way to move the content of ChamberOfChaos over to the new site, PikeyFatGit.com. I’m sure there’s a clever, tech-literate way to simply re-point the domain or to copy over the SQL database files. Thus far, though, my several attempts have resulted in “breaking” the sites. The PFG site seems to be particularly touchy regarding “database errors.”

Thus, I think, if I decide to save the content of this lamentable blog, I’ll go about the task the old-fashioned way — I’ll copy and paste the posts one at a time, changing the dates accordingly. At over two-hundred posts, it might take a while. I’d probably be better off just starting over.

I’ll decide later. Right now I’m working on another “retro-reprint” self-publishing project.


Okay, one more heave, as Jeremy Thorpe used to say. One more attempt at making “big changes” over the course of 100 days.

A list will be forthcoming.

Highlight of today… and actually, it’s what inspired me to keep going here: I GOT AN EMAIL FROM NATSU! A long, chatty email, even!

Oh, and, in case you didn’t know, it’s Ankylosaur Week:


Ankylosaur Week 2015: The Dawn of Cerealization
Ankylosaur Week 2015: The Dawn of Cerealization

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Ankylosaur Week 2015: Oak Island – Yet Another Theory

Day I: Starting Over

I failed to accomplish most of my goals or to make significant changes or improvements in my life during my first One Hundred Days.

I am going to try again.

Originally posted on Day Twenty-Six and annotated yesterday on the 100th day, here is a revised version of my list of things to accomplish in the next 100 days: Continue reading