28 January 2005

Shiver me timbers

As part of my important work watching the pirate scene , I offer this great collection of pirate resources, No Quarter Given


Anonymous said...

Somewhere in a box in my place is a Moore family history that your great-great Aunt Lillian compiled. She wanted to become a member of the DAR and succeeded since the Moore ancestors arrived sometime in the early 1600s.

I believe, Sir, that like "Mrs. Bartlett" you are descended from a privateer!

This may partly explain your fascination with pirates!

Mom (who chose not to become a member of the DAR)

Anonymous said...

Arr, me hearty, ye need to know about YoHoHo! Puzzle Pirates (www.puzzlepirates.com), where ye can engage in all sorts of dock tarting as well as buckling yer swash. I've been hanging out there for the last year under me piraty pseudonym of Psmith. If it's the kind of thing you like, you'll like it even better since it's got piratey things in it.

glen from www.engel-cox.org