Friday, April 12, 2002
There is at least one Japanese scientist who says that Japan's human population will be entirely overrun by monkeys by 2200 if the monkeys are left unchecked.
This ^ is a serious news cast. Unlike a good deal of this hoo-ha, it's entirely true. Woooaaah.
Harry Potter Movie November 15! Are you as excited as I am?
Hmm. Seems like it should be.
Why does the Mac apple have a bite taken out of it? This seems to indicate that the browning enzymes have been released, and soon the entire apple will be brown and mushy and eventually it will become an indeterminate little pile of mush. Wouldn't it be a much nicer image if the apple was whole and therefore, one could assume, crisp?
Lower case delta looks like a sperm. We all know this, of course.
Oh yes, and what exactly does .cwk mean?
Mmmmmmm texture! Rich and fulfilling! Lumpy and striated and all manner of textures! Smoooooooth as velour! Sleek as lucite! Cold as galvanized steel! Rough as corrugated cardboard (board made out of card, I guess)!
This here is my yellow legal pad with my hexadecimal codings on it. Mwah ha ha ha ha! No, but seriously. EVERYONE should have such a useful little pal in their times of need.
Today I was taking Izzy (3 years old, blue point siamese) out for a walk. He had on his blue and green harness and black leash. An old, old woman came walking down the street. Izzy ran away as fast as his little legs would, could, should carry him. Away away away just as fast as you please. The old, old woman looked curiously after him as he struggled valiantly up the brick red brick stairs.
I want elbows. But man, I could really go for some duh-san-ee right about now. Or is that not how you spell it?
I hate it when my patella sub-luxates. Don't you?
A Discovery Guide to Rocks and Minerals watches over us all, and this cannot be denied, not even by the neurotic parakeets.
Speaking of neurotic parakeets, a certain science teacher at my school has a neurotic lime and orange parrot. He needs someone to take it because it picks out its own feathers, and it has started picking out the feathers of the parrot who lives with it. The vet said that he could give it Prozac to make it stop but that he was uncertain of the dosage, so the Prozac was not applied. This certain science teacher also has a fat bullfrog tadpole with little, tiny, perfectly formed legs. But only back legs so far.
He delivers and he punches him out! He throws him with that pitch, Ben.
If you were me, would you enter safe mode? I am tempted, let me tell you, very tempted. Safe mode sounds so, well, so safe. But no, I suppose that I shall continue to exist on the ragged edge of disaster, on the event horizon of the black hole of life. Yes.
This, I dare to think (think to dare?) is one of the better little entries since this booker began. My muse returns and is now firmly ensconced in the little tiny upholstered chair that I provide for him next to the computer for just these sorts of visits. It's green paisley, but it's very tasteful, and the muse likes it. Have you ever seen my muse? He's very tiny, maybe 4 inches high, with orange skin colored like an orange but not bumpy like an orange. His hair is purple. He wears white togas like all the muses ever since the Ancient Greeks and Romans have done. He's a great one for tradition, my muse. He hasn't been to visit in AGES, but I am ever so glad that he is here now, because that little green paisely chair looks awfully silly with no one sitting in it, and sometimes it prompts some pretty awkward questions.
I got nothing more.