Amy H. Sturgis (eldritchhobbit) wrote,
Amy H. Sturgis
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"By my ray gun, Beatrice, thou lovest me!"

My summer schedule of absolute insanity continues! I'm off tomorrow to participate in a multidisciplinary conference on "Externalities, Public Goods, and Common Property" in Indianapolis. (I'm hoping this time my Indianapolis experience will be earthquake-free.) I should be online part of the time, but just in case, I want to wish valancourtbooks a happy early birthday and a fantastic year to come.

I'll be back on Sunday. Until then, enjoy some Dalek Masterpiece Theatre (with thanks to agentxpndble):



"Your father was a kettle, and your mother was made of plywood!"
- Dalek Masterpiece Theatre: Much Ado About Nothing
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