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Also worthy of mentioning are the blogs who have provided inspiration with various media and games links, just plain wacky ideas, or invaluable assistance.

FishbucketFirst up is the incomparable Anne of Fishbucket fame. All things magical, fun, and otherwise worthy of your time and attention get pulled into the bucket from all corners of the globe by Anne's enigmatic powers. If you cannot find something there to amaze and inspire you, then there may be no hope left. There is no other place on the Web like the Fishbucket, and there is no other soul who has things figured out quite like Anne does. Once you visit you will visit often, and when you leave you will feel fulfilled. Thanks, Anne for all your magic.

Lazy LacesThanks are also in order to Graeme and his Lazy Laces blog. It is there I have found several gems for games that have been, in turn, posted here. He also has an uncanny ability for scoping out games that are unique and original. A favorite on his site is the all-popular Flash point-and-click adventure, and the commenters are always helpful at Lazy Laces. A must visit for anyone interested in Web games.

Candy GeniusAnd I wouldn't have had all the free time lately to post if it were not for the kind assistance of Candy Genius. She has those rat bastard comment spammers figured out, and she helped me put an end to them here. I am grateful to Candy and her genius for she has helped me find more time in the day to do what I want to do, instead of deleting spam. I thank you kindly, Candy. Your Amazon wishlist just became a bit shorter. =)

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Hey! I just got it today. Thanks tons, it made my day brighter. :)

Let me know if the rats start getting through again.

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Noooo! Fishbucket is down! She's working on another site, I believe. Aaaaaaaaaaaah my life is ruined. She could have left archives for me to browse through. . .sniffle.

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