Leslie's Omnibus


Your Score: Hieroglyphics

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You are Egyptian Hieroglyphics! Monumental, ornate and even in technicolour! Your users contributed virtually all ancient knowledge on inks, dyes and writing surfaces - to the point where the popular reed of Papyrus became the universal name for organic, manufactured writing surfaces in the western hemisphere for thousands of years. Proud, upstanding and dignified.

Link: The Which Ancient Language Are You Test written by imipak on OkCupid, home of the The Dating Persona Test
(A tip of the cap to the Confabulator!)

For Tammi, LL, Oddybobo and the rest of my military-supporting friends, go here. Just how cool is that?

(A tip of the cap to the LawDog.)

Following in the tradition of the blog novella, here's a story in three parts. Damn fine writing, folks, from three of my favorite reads! (In fact, it's the kind of writing that grips you by the throat in the first three words and doesn't let go until the ride is over. And what a ride it is.)

1 comment:

Matt G said...

Thanks, Leslie. We put it together as a compilation of our experiences, but not as fiction. I wish that I could express how much of our time is spent in deep boredom, though, doing reports, charts, or just waiting for the call. Occasions like that are part part of the job, but they are admitedly the exception to the routine.

I really thank you for your compliment on the writing; I struggle to keep up with Ambulance Driver and BabsRN.