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At 4:56pm on April 28, 2012, Jules Teskie said…

Mr Murray,

A warm thanks for the welcome. To answer your question I am both a hacker and a hawker, though I am trying to cut back on the hacking. Is there a place here I can be off for a drink? Alas, otherwise this evening I am stuck indoors with naught but this warm computer to keep my company.

Good eve...Jules

At 4:50pm on April 27, 2012, sir Danny (cindys servant ) said…
thank you for having me here
At 9:20am on April 25, 2012, Candice Mueller said…

Wow, my first comment! (well my first blogging too). Thank you I feel so welcome. I also got my first friend request. I'd like to friend you as well. Steam On! Candice Mueller aka Parthenia Edison

At 5:25am on April 25, 2012, The Garden Of Cyrus said…

Thank you for the info James - I am finding my way through the "Empire"...

At 5:16am on April 25, 2012, The Garden Of Cyrus said…

Hi James - thank you for the warm welcome - fortunately my boots are clean! Drink? - well, your finest tumbler of whiskey please!

At 1:45am on April 22, 2012, Prof. Sebastian Fate said…

It would be fair to say that Madam Fate , my guide in all things , dresses in late-victorian style only on more formal occasions . Neither of us embraces more than elements of Steampunk . You get to choose how far you want to take it . In my case there are strong literary interests , mainly C19th . Most contemporary SP Lit leaves me cold .
At any given moment current women's fashion includes strong and adaptable Victorian/Edwardian elements . Attractive garments can be sourced on line . There is no need to espouse an arcane philosophy to look good .
You might also be interested in Miss Alice Wolfenden's ' Antipodean Assembly ' , which aims to bring together all Australian and New Zealand steamers .
Miss Alice has been off air for some time but the site still chugs along .

At 10:01pm on April 21, 2012, Prof. Sebastian Fate said…

Ballarat is about two hours north of Hamilton . We visit several times a year and it is a useful stop on the way to Melbourne . Wonderful Victorian era buildings .
There would be no one within several hundred miles who had heard of the term Steampuk but we manage to struggle along . The locals have become used to our ways .
My Professor would regard himself as belonging to the neo-victorian strand of Steampunk .

At 11:51pm on April 17, 2012, William Jason Milliken said…

My fellow retro futurist,

I am Professor William Milliken of the Dustin Kahlil Band. I was wondering if I could ask a small favor of you? We are currently embroiled in a fierce competition via the Hard Rock Cafe. We desperately need votes to try and win this thing and a plug or endorsement from you to your fans would go a long way. I understand if you would rather not, but if you could see your way to helping us, we would be eternally grateful and in your debt!

Here is the voting link: http://www.facebook.com/hardrockcafebiloxi/app_205164529573076
Just like the page click vote now and scroll down till you see the Dustin Kahlil Band and click vote.

This is our chance to send a steampunk band from an underdog market to London to play Hyde park. I assure you this is not spam, and I am doing this individual by individual, this is how passionately I feel about representing steampunk and underdogs everywhere to a global audience. Thank you for your time and consideration!

Professor Milliken

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