" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

August 29, 2012

Bored Games?

I once clipped this cartoon out of the paper and had it in a frame on my desk, but it started fading so I snapped a picture of it so I could download it onto my computer.
 The above "Monotony" design was a t-shirt/fridge magnet design I once created from a mash-up of images.
I guess these games could be titled  
"The Game of Life and How Not to Play It".
 But speaking of The Game of Life and How to Play It,
I found these You Tube audio's of Shinn's famous book which I first read years ago and quite liked.
I've posted the first 3 chapters, but you can find them all on
You Tube if you want to hear more.
She uses a Christian slant, talking about Jesus, and while I'm not really into Christian material,  you have to remember the time period that Shinn wrote the book in.


  1. Personally I've always preferred Heroquest. If I'm going to play a board game, I want to at least be able to pretend I'm swinging a sword around and killing monsters.

    1. But that wouldn't be boring like swinging a flounder around in a retail outlet,would it?
      But it could be an interesting add on in
      "The Game of Life",if you could pick up a sword after graduating college .-)