J'aime Wells, soon to escape from Rutgers Philosophy, has started up a new blog of her own. She inaugerates with an interesting post about comics expanding beyond the adolescent male demographic.
She recently sent me a link to 213 Things Skippy Can't Do -- for those who don't know, it's a list of things a soldier tried to do but got told not to since he's a soldier now and higher ranking sorts don't like to see soldiers doing anything besides cleaning stuff.
The rather mundane thing I remember not being able to do was put my hands in my uniform pockets. Not quite sure what purpose those pockets had...
RPG.net, a festering cesspool of bitter vitriol spewed about roleplaying games, has posted a likewise hilarious, albeit in-joke riddled list of 750 things Mr. Welch can no longer do in a RPG. If you've played Dungeons & Dragons and their ilk you'll recognize much of the behavior. If you haven't, the list will reinforce all your stereotypes and introduce you to a few new ones.