Letters, telegrams, and Telexes (CASTLEG) of congratulations have been arriving from around the globe. A sample of those from some of our better-known open collaborators follows. Original copies of the telegrams are attached for historical interest. Apologies to future historians …Continue reading →
Dr. J. would like to thank the readers for indulging him a runner-up. What started out as a parenthetical evolved into a post. Such is the joy that is blogging. Dr. J.’s favorite post also happened to resonate with a …Continue reading →
Operative JB writes regarding the Idaho ban being explored in Congress: Dear Dr. J., Also shaped like various modern and futuristic guns: Florida, North Carolina, Maryland, Oklahoma, Massachusetts and Louisiana. Also, West Virginia looks like a praying mantis, which scares …Continue reading →
The Gormogons are probably a little too pleased to announce that Special Agent John Casey, NSA (what? WATCH CHUCK.) has joined the Gormogon Twitterama, under his alias of actor “Adam Baldwin.” We’re enormous fans here at Castle Gormogon—although we hesitate …Continue reading →
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