Explosions Versus Lines

Saturday, May 29th 2010

There are differences between male and female brains. The corpus callosum which connects the right and left parts of the brain is more developed in women for instance. The differences in biology manifest themselves in different ways of thinking.

Two examples:

  • Explosions
  • Lines

Archetypal women think in Explosions. Archetypal men think in Lines ...

Womboks!

Friday, May 28th 2010

A good friend reminded me of a conversation we had a while back. We were pondering what would happens if the Womble and the Ewok cross-bred.

You'd end up with Womboks!

I like the idea of Womboks. I can see them descending down a mountain on Golden Chariots. They would be wielding sceptres. And then they'd leap from the chariots on to small, puffy tailed wolfasaurs. And stampede around shouting:

WE ARE THE WOMBOKS! BOW BEFORE US!

And we bow. Because they are womboks. And we are not.

Signs the Computer Hive-Mind Is Turning Agin Us

Thursday, May 27th 2010

The steps too look out for.

Ancient Alien Technology

Wednesday, May 26th 2010

There's some talk that Earth was visited thousands of years ago by creatures from another planet ...

Splunderous Noog Mission to Mars

Wednesday, May 26th 2010

I am looking for sponsorship for the:

Splunderous Noog Missing to Mars!

I am using my interdimensional warp chariot and have prime sponsorship space available on the L-sides Quarkxine transmitter hub.

Dr Michael Lardelli from the University of Adelaide:

[...] burning one litre of oil releases energy equivalent to 20 days of hard human labour. A fully-tanked jumbo jet contains energy equivalent to around 13,000 years of human labour. (on ABC Radio)

A fully loaded interdimensional warp chariot contains the energy equivalent to eight leprachauns relentlessly head-butting foam bricks for 5.23 billion years.

Ny times - mission to mars

What's in it for you?

Tuesday, May 25th 2010

Three life-size imitation Tom Cruises made entirely of old breakfast cereal.

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