To the questionable index of Sorta Great Ideas we must add the Godchecker site, a Holy database (or d@tabase, as they would have it) of all known gods. Make that all the gods they’ve gotten to, rather — no entries for Ganesh or Kali grace the pages, yet. But if you’re after the African, Australian, Aztec, Celtic, Chinese, Egyptian, Finnish, Greek, Incan, Lego, Mayan, Native American or Norse pantheons, now you know where to look. Be sure to Consult the Oracle while you’re surfing through.
I mean, there you are ambling down St. Marks Place when a dark-haired waif with a silver ring pierced in a spot you’d really like to lick taps you on the shoulder.
Dark-Haired Waif: Excuse me. You know, I — this is embarrassing — I totally forget the name of the Mayan God of Floods. Do you remember it?
You: Of course. That would be Buluk-Kab, if I recall right. Hey, want to get some coffee?
I don’t know about you, but this happens to me all the time.
Speaking of Cthulhu, everyone’s favorite cyclopean elder god. I have links.
- Cthuugle, the Cthulhu search engine
- A Lego Cthulhu
- Cartoon adventures of the Hello-Kitty Cthulhu
- Dark tales of The Plush Cthulhu
- Happy feet wear Cthulhu Slippers
- Elder gods catching you off-guard? Here’s a flow-chart guide on How to Spot Cthulhoid Entities
- Not everyone has a life. Some people have a Cthulhu Mythos
We’ll get back to Amsterdam stories soon enough; in the meantime, I don’t know, I didn’t catch it all. Something about a salary and getting work done and blog on your own time was the gist of it. Hmph. Day jobs. Hmph.