Project X – Y

For all the bionic details about what led to the Creation of Project X, please visit the Intro Post. It’s totally worth six million bionic dollars.


I thoroughly enjoyed the game Yahtzee growing up. There was a definite role for logic and math in figuring out which combinations to go for and yet it was kept fresh by the random chance of rolling the dice. It was a lot of fun. Have not played a lot of it as an adult though, mainly because other people would rather play other games.


I mainly dislike Yuppies because they are Urbanites and as such, think they are better and more sophisticated than people not living in big cities. The truth of the matter is that they are depraved individuals who have lost touched with reality. Their delusion is strong that not even a good old fashioned punch in the jaw will set them free from it. The best you can hope for is that a ravening mob of the oppressed will one day tear them limb from limb.

And that is it for this week. Next time is the last Project X post. Oh, it totally makes me feel so zad 😦

52 thoughts on “Project X – Y

  1. That cover! 😂

    Yahtzee is fun. I’ll never forget when I was a child my mom and grandmother started playing it like everyday, and they would just laugh and laugh. It wasn’t long after that my grandmother was diagnosed with cancer, and she died so fast. My mom has always looked back at those months of their Yahtzee playing and how the game brought them to spend more time together. Dice games and board games are some of the best entertainment. 👍

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    1. Isn’t it great?!? 😀

      Sorry to hear that story and yet am happy to hear it has good memories overall. I think that screen time (game, movies, internet) has decimated the time that used to be spent together. Not crying for the “good old days” but simply acknowledging the changes our whole culture has gone through. I do think it is sad though…

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      1. I totally agree. Electronics have disconnected many of us. My kids all have tablets, but we have shelves of dice, card, and board games we play too. Good times!

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              1. Ooh yes, I love that song have a look at this Booky you might like it. a you’ll have to delete the first ‘a’ before the hhtps as I’ve put one in to stop it going to spam

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  2. I would totally play Yahtzee again! In fact, I’m thinking MT might need to visit the game store soon. 🙂

    I love that Yuppie book cover – and I sorta wish I could get a pair of the duck hunting boots – they look like they’d be good for bush walking here. I just finished a book about venom, and I’m now considering footwear that could repel fangs in a whole new light. 🙂

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    1. Mrs B and I are still searching for that elusive game that we both like, one that we can play more than once 😀

      I have to admit, I’d never thought of duck boots as a yuppie thing. They were always winter boots for me….


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