Wednesday, April 19, 2006
I was combing my hair in the window, and then my eyes caught sight of a damp old Watchtower in the plants. In a stroke of genius, I turned around and handed it to her, saying, "Here, why don't you take this one back? It's all messed up." This was classic.
Of course, she didn't quite know how to react to this, so she stiffly took it back and said, "Thank you, I'll dispose of this properly."
Wallow, wallow in your shame, polluters of the earth!!! Thou hast promulgated thy unclean religion in the wrong place.
Sunday, April 09, 2006
Friday, April 07, 2006
Go to Wikipedia.com and enter your date of birth (excluding the year). Post 3 events, 3 births, and 1 death.
- Roman Empire – Quinquatrus Minusculae held in honor of Minerva
- Roman Empire – seventh day of the Vestalia in honor of Vesta
- 1920 - The United States Postal Service rules that children may not be sent via parcel post.
- 1865 - William Butler Yeats, Irish writer, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1939)
- 1884 - Gerald Gardner, British occultist (d. 1964) ---Hmmm...
- 1926 - Paul Lynde, American actor (d. 1982)
- 1969 - Rivers Cuomo--from Weezer (also very celibate.)
Wednesday, April 05, 2006
And for those of us interested in Aleister Crowley, an awesome piece from Media Underground (if you can get past the Colin Wilson innacuracies):
This is mainly in honor of the celebration of the three days of the writing of the Book of the Law, but also proof that I've been spending too much time on the 'puter. ;o)
Does anyone remember when the only thing holding the Republicans back from going for Clinton's jugular was Larry Flynt and what he dug up on them? One shudders at what he found on all of them.
And in the Maybe if We Stop Thinking About Them, They Will Go Away Department: YouTube has tons of Jethro Tull videos. I was going to put a direct link to them, but the computer went all floopy.