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Timothy stops at a door along the long hallway, and knocks. There's some shuffling inside and a rather tall rat pokes his head out of the doorway. "Oh! Uh... Hi, Timothy..."

"Hey, Simon," Timothy replies. "Mind if we drop in for a bit?"

"Er..." Simon says, looking a bit embarrased. "I would love to, really, I would... it's just that... well... this place is a disaster right now... I've been trying to clean it up and all, but between work and whatnot... Tell you what, if you come back in a few, maybe I'll have things straightened out."

"A few... what? Hours?"

"Er, no... more like days... maybe months..."


"Hey, I said I was busy..."

Simon peering at the stars through a telescope (Art by Marcus Lindemann)Sorry, folks, not much to see here at the moment. However, once I get this section up and going, expect to see a section on Simon's doings on NIMHmuck, along with some other general NIMHmuck info, a section on some of my other interests and places to see on the internet, perhaps even a 'log book'... though I really don't consider myself the 'blogging' sort... We'll see.

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About Simon

Simon is the online persona of the author of this website, full name is Simon Tesla. If you're wondering, the name "Simon" came from my old screen-name, "Seoman". I thought it might be odd to be called that when I joined NIMHmuck, so I used the simpler name of "Simon" instead when signing up. Boring story, I know. As for "Tesla"... I dunno, you'll have to ask Newton's player on NIMHmuck about that one. I'm pretty sure it's for the scientist of the same name, but...

© 2017 Simon Last updated Friday, 24 October 2014, 1:13 PM PDT.
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