Blobby has finally Kindled a book.
The first three chapters can be read for free at
You may wish to e-mail him at
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On average, a person will spend about five years eating during their lifetime.No wonder I'm hungry; I haven't eaten in over 57 years!
Many cancer patients that are treated with chemotherapy lose their hair. For some when the hair grows ... | Read More
August 26th, 2013 - Additional Material
After writing the article below, vivo pulled out all the stops [coincidentally] and has been making my poor little laptop work overtime handling up to 30Kbps and almost 200Kbps on that half-hour bonus thing... | Read More
A seminar on time travel will be held two weeks ago.[Next week's fortune-telling contest was won by Esmeralda - Blobiculous]
Every time you open your mouth, some idiot starts talking.
At my age, I spend all night doing what I used to d... | Read More
Keeping and eye out
Monday, 28th Jan 2013
Santa Maria Club Fire
Santa Maria - 27th January, 02:30, a fire reportedly started after a member of the band playing at the Kiss nightclub lit a flare on stage. [This turns ... | Read More
In 2002, the most popular boat name in the U.S. was Liberty.In 2003, boat-owners were heard saying, "Someone's taken a Liberty."One out of 20 people have an extra rib.Go figure, Adam.44% of kids watch television before they go to sleep.The other 5... | Read More
The City of Sao Luis, capital of Maranhão, declared a state of emergency for health. The director of a municipal hospital in the city has appealed on the Internet. He urged people to donate food to feed patients.
The hallways are crowded in the... | Read More
The problem with corruption is manifold and is not simply the removal of public money designated to do 'good works', although, that in itself, is bad enough.
A corrupt politician now has two jobs; he has the one he's paid for and the on... | Read More
Blobby was board with chess the other day so he decided to mooch around the internet. Here are a few things he stumbled upon during his ramble:
The first product to have a bar code was Wrigleys gum.
The worlds oldest piece of chewing gum is... | Read More
This is part seven [already?!] of Tactic Strainer, looking at the lighter side of chess and the comments we make along the way
What prompted this bloggy thingy is described in part one: http://blog.chess.com/Joe_Blob/tactic-strainer
o... | Read More