Anyone else addicted to Sudoku? It's like my new New York Times crossword, but with fewer opportunities for cheating.
55 Fiction Friday still reads the comic strips.
The child was reserved, unemotional, and had an affinity for prime numbers and binary code. In the 1940s he would called odd or different. In the 1970s he would be considered special. By the turn of the century he would be classified as borderline autistic.
Fortunately, in today’s world, he’s just your average short android.