Here You Go / Way Too Fast / Don't Slow Down / You're Gonna Crash

(NOTE: Based on time elapsed since the posting of this entry, the BS-o-meter calculates this is 15.678% likely to be something that Ferrett now regrets.)

Heya, folks –
I have a lot to say (and do!), but right now I’m suffering from a sort of chronic exhaustion.  Well, that’s not correct – I can still do things – but it emerges as a titanic swell of “Don’t wanna,” followed by slacking.  I still have to finish off the Clarion Blog-A-Thon, and write a couple of entries I’ve been meaning to get around to on my uncle’s car key and followups to earlier posts on Tosh.0, but I look at the screen and all I want to do is play Duels of the Planeswalkers on my iPad.
So I’ll be back, but right now I’m kind of reclusive, like Howard Hughes.  But uglier.  And poorer.  And in a better bathrobe.  And with fewer jars of urine stored about the house.
In the meantime, I’ll leave this entry free to one of those happy memes that used to permeate LiveJournal, but looser.  Is there anything you’ve wanted to say to me?  Anything you wanted to ask?  You know, just because I don’t feel like writing doesn’t mean like I don’t feel like interacting, so hey, you wanna drop me a line, go ahead.  I’m open to exchanges of whatevs.
Slacker Ferrett rules the day.


  1. John Taft
    Aug 13, 2012

    What’s your favorite RPG ?

    • TheFerrett
      Aug 13, 2012

      From a design setting, it’d be Planescape, hands-down. I absolutely adore the way that universe is put together – full of unsolvable mysteries and monsters too big for players to fight, but that’s all right, the world is huge and not everything is there for the convenience of the character. I also love Deadlands, and CoC.
      As far as mechanics, the Hero System. There is none better.

      • John Taft
        Aug 13, 2012

        I agree about Hero System mechanics. As for setttings, I can’t really decide. They’re like flavors of ice cream. It depends what kind of ice cream I’m in the mood for. Though as of late I do like the “Desolation” setting; it’s sort of post apocalyptic D&D. The world went to hell and you’re hip deep in it right after it happened. Not years later. Days later.

  2. David Crampton
    Aug 13, 2012

    I seem to remember you writing for a webcomic years back. Do you have any interest in writing for print or webcomics again in the future?

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