Momma Says Spock You OUT.
Regular awesome: diving boards. Extremely awesome: people-flingin’ catapults:
Today hurt. This beautiful Thursday was eerily reminiscent of that clear Tuesday seven years ago.
I’ve little to say, other than that the Big Picture’s collection of 9/11-related photos is well worth a look.
…Or your vocabulary will become your master. Or summat like that, I dunno.
Seems as though Aron was terribly, mysteriously ahead of the curve when he called out our current crop of politicians for their overuse of The Sphinx’s favorite rhetorical device. Slate has put a name to the tactic (it’s called antimetabole, apparently).
And always remember, learn to hide your strikes from your opponent, and you’ll more easily strike his hide.
Regular readers will recall that I’ve had TEH HATEZ0Rs for WJJZ for a long time and, I must say, the only thing better than having it go off the air once is…
Having it go off-air a second time.
So it’s only a mild step up, from “smooth jazz” to “adult soft rock”, but a step’s a step, y’know?
…Heavy with links! It’s time, folks, for another massive download of Links Of Interest that I’ve managed to
pack-ratsave for your enjoyment, so here goes.
Near-zero-G Mentos & Diet Coke! Yay, science!
I’ve run into some funny automated censorship software in the past (the old America’s Army forums had a particularly aggressive one, so much so that there was constant talk of “making bad rearumptions” and “rearaulting the base”), but I didn’t realize that it was a well-known phenomenon known as The Clbuttic Mistake. It’s entirely juvenile of me, I know, but I can’t help laughing at phrases like “President Abraham Lincoln was buttbuttinated by an armed buttailant after a life devoted to the reform of the US consbreastution.” (See also: Medireview and Swear Filters.) I wonder if frak slips by anyone’s filters?
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