In what situation does this image make sense?
Would you believe that Wikipedia long had a policy which says that plot summaries – a core part of encyclopedic coverage – are something that Wikipedia was not? After this misbegotten thing was changed to a weaker version – which simply said they were highly discouraged without other content – goodbye any articles discussing the […]
Another Caption Contest / me showing off my extensive collection of Victorian engravings! Today’s may be familiar to some of you, but let’s have a little fun with it anyway As always, I’ve uploaded a full-resolution scan to Wikipedia, as I believe in free art. Also, if you’re reading this under Reinder’s comic, you’ll have […]
Today’s image, like the last two, is from my collection of the works of Sir Walter Scott. …So, what might this scene in the novel be about? Do we really want to know? Evidently so: Put your captions in the comments! (As always, if you cannae see the image, click on the link to go […]
I hope noone minds these: They’re a bit of a chance for me to show off my art collection, as well as (hopefully) good fun. As always, click on the “Caption Contest” link if you can’t see the file. By the way, the winners will be announced by an extremely partial judge – me, Adam […]
Without wanting to say too much, would you believe the person on the left is King Richard the Lionheart? Also, if viewing this under the comic, you may need to click on the “Comic Caption 2” link in order to see the image. Blame Reinder’s WordPress setup; I’m sure it seemed a good idea at […]
Put your captions in the comments! (Note that you may not be able to see the image if you’re on the RoCR mainpage – just click the “Caption Contest” link to come to the main blog and you’ll see it.)
I fell really quite ill last week, and now face the problem of whether to do something half-assed to get it done, or make it worth the wait. Insomuch as it’s possible, I’m going with the latter. A quick, unfinished sample to tide you over.
Have a pretty good set of entries so far, and I’m hard at work getting everything prepared. It’s supposed to go up on Thursday – may, in fact, go up in a couple parts starting on Friday: You’ll understand why when you see it. The cutoff’s going to have to be Wednesday, 9pm GMT. […]
You will need: 1 Rabbit 1 Bouillon Cube. Lamb for preference, chicken will do otherwise. 4-5 parsnips Rosemary (fresh, for preference) Some butter Preheat oven to 180°C / 350°F. Sear your rabbit in a hot frying pan in the butter to seal in the juices, then transfer to a roasting pan. Add about an inch […]