Archive for the ‘Facetious’ Category

Ever notice that Santa is an anagram for Satan? If so, then please allow me to introduce you to a small collection of movies that will get you into the true spirit of Christmas. I don’t want to spoil too much, but the common theme is a reinterpretation of the attributes traditionally assigned to “Father […]

Oh my $deity! Why wasn’t I informed about this? This literally changes everything! Ever since I started writing this blog, I’ve become increasingly dependent on various digital Thesauri in order to spike my language towards new levels of insufferable self indulgence. And tonight my abuse led to the startling discovery that there exists something as […]

I hope that this rant, besides from letting me indulge in my urge to lambast whoever masterminded this roguish approach to customer service, will serve as my small contribution to Googles grand scheme of making worthwhile human knowledge available to powerless travelers everywhere. And perhaps even serving as an example of knowledge → power in a sense slightly less abstract than the saying usually implies.

Make your love locomotive enter her tunnel on a full speed -‘Milton Cotton’ It is a pitiful squander of a talent that Mr. ´Milton Cotton` is wasting away as a e-mail spammer and not in devoted servitude of Muses Polyhymnia and Calliope. Rather t seems that by his own dispositions he has involuntarily subjugated himself […]

[from PHD comics]

To virtualize or not to virtualize, that is the question: Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and limits of a single kernel, Or to take arms against a sea of troubles And, by virtualization, end them. To virtualize, to isolate From now on, and with isolation to say we end The […]

When the owner of the company that make Segways dies from driving a Segway of a cliff it is both tragic and difficult to keep a straight face. The Week has a summary the presentation of this unusual incident in various news media, which is well worth reading. I was slightly relieved when I realized […]

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