“Ebola’s symptoms: Five you need to know”
Actual headline on cnn.com.
“Martian Invasion: will the Dow be affected?” can’t be far behind.
First of all, I’d walk through the newsroom and fire everyone tapping on their cellphones. You and you and you. And you there. Also you.
That’s pretty much the only step.
One of my all-time favorite videos. Ron Mael’s strip-tease makes me laugh just thinking about it.
Hocus Pocus, by Focus, always leaves me cheery and laughing. Which I think was one of the main points to it.
Here’s my standard, kneejerk response to reading the headline of most cnn.com articles: “I don’t give a shit about your goddamn xxx.”
I vacillate between thinking I’ve become unbelievably cynical and thinking reportage has become unbelievably cynical. Either way, it’s a painful thing, and becomes exponentially more painful if I *see* a report on television instead of read about it online. Therefore I avoid tv news as much as I can.
God damn Time’s inexorable marching fucking forward.
Love has gone away and there’s no one here now, and there’s nothing left to say; but, oh, how I miss him, baby.
Late season manatees? Early season manatees? Beats me. Y’all are supposed to be up in the Everglades right now.
Shot with my I-phone, encased in a thing!
From Wikipedia’s newest content:
Did You Know…
… that Swedish singer Jasmine Kara (pictured) has performed in front of singers Beyoncé Knowles and Jay-Z?
One of my standard internal go-to replies to Wikipedia’s “Did You Know” section is “I could not possibly give less of a shit.”
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Fifteen feet of water, you can see straight down to the bottom. Reef absolutely sloppy with fish. A little reef shark cruising through. Turtles on the way in and out. An outrageous day.
Occasionally I have to input ‘Florida’ in an online address block, and a lot of the time the auto-complete that comes up from the drop-down menu is “Federated States of Micronesia.”
I urge the dozen or so people who actually save a couple seconds because of that auto-complete to kiss 20 million Floridian asses.
Amy: “It’s so huge! How big does one of those things get?”
Fry: “Well, that depends on what one of those things is. That seems like a fact worth knowing.”
Pope Paul VII; Italian.