Morphine, Wikipedia’s list of conspiracy theories, 7-1 losses, Tom Cruise

High-scoring words of the night:

SUBLOT (335 points) – against Angela V. [two 5W – one used twice, hook off IT for a plural] {VERY LUCKY deficit-erasing word!}
MORPHIA (204 points) – against Rebecca H.-F. [5W, 4W]
OBELIA (134 points) – against Alice P. [two 4W]
SWAMIES (700 points) – against George M. [two 5W]

Wikipedia’s list of conspiracy theories

It seems that Hien is done with her FB hiatus, which is good. I had a nap from 9 till midnight… oops! This is going to make it difficult to go to bed at a normal time, especially with church tomorrow. Got up to find that we lost 7-1 to the Blackhawks… OUCH! I’ve also lost a bunch of games tonight. 😦

Facebook quiz taken from Gretchen:

If you were a demigod, who would be your parent? Leslie got Poseidon. You are the child of Poseidon, god of the sea. You’re a caring, loving, and go-with-the-flow kind of person. You’re very comfortable in the water, and a natural at sword fighting. You probably need to work on your attitude, though. Maybe you need to be a better listener.

Trivia fact for Sunday, Nov. 21: What Hollywood superstar appeared as “guy on couch” in an episode of the TV sitcom 3rd Rock from the Sun? Tom Cruise, in a 1998 episode. Seven years later, in a more memorable TV appearance, Cruise jumped up and down on a sofa on the set of The Oprah Winfrey Show, while proclaiming his love for future wife Katie Holmes.

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