A good geeky busy weekend.

Wow. A lot happening, lot to catch up on. Nutshell a very busy weekend, Zach was down at a friends house from Friday through Sunday, which was very strange for Homeport, not having him about. 2 mornings of relative sleeping in. How odd!
Geeky stuff continues, playing DDR when I can (woo!), all the other geek projects are funnelling along, nothing thrilling to report.
I will be at AnimeBoston this coming weekend, folks should at least check out the dealers room, and if your’e in the area, stop in to say hi. Unfortunately the convention is sold out, so you can buy a day pass into the big dealers room across the street, but not into the hotel space.

The wonders of Texas.

As noted in James Randi’s weekly column, there’s apparently an interesting tidbit in Texas’s constitution:
Texas Constitution, Article 1 — BILL OF RIGHTS, Section 4 — RELIGIOUS TESTS:
“No religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office, or public trust, in this State; nor shall any one be excluded from holding office on account of his religious sentiments, provided he acknowledge the existence of a Supreme Being.”
Erm, isn’t this illegal?
Apparently this isn’t the only case, as noted on ReligiousTolerance.org. A free country, you bet!