Sunday, February 5, 2012


Loki.  The Norse quasi-God of mischief.  "In his early days Loki was a rascal; crafty, sneaky, silly and malicious — a Loki The Lad. The son of two Giants, he was so outrageously mischievous that he even sneaked his way into becoming a God. He was the first Anti-Hero, quick-witting his way out of the tight corners and confrontations caused by his misdeeds." (  Everyone says he was quite the looker, though, and sometimes, in a bout of compassion, would make up for his tricks by doing right.

Spes.  The ancient Roman goddess of hope.  Loki's been up to more than her usual antics in the last five days, so we did a little research to see if we couldn't find her a nice friend.  Loki and Spes now share the steering wheel of our adventure, so maybe we'll make it past Delaware today?

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