The other day, I saw a van with text on the side saying that it was some kind of home meat delivery service that also had a logo with the head of the Church of the SubGenius [also] icon J. R. “Bob” Dobbs with a black bowtie. What the heck? Was this real? Was this… Continue reading Home meat delivery logo with J. R. “Bob” Dobbs?
If Soylent Green is people, what is Lovecraft Biofuels made of?
Does this: “San Francisco game company Three Rings Design commissioned amazing makers Jillian Northrup and Jeffrey “Toast” McGrew of Because We Can to convert an open studio space into a marvelous immersive environment modeled on the Victorian submarine The Nautilus from Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea.” … mean the addition of submarines to… Continue reading Submarines in Puzzle Pirates?
What is it about our culture that cannot seem to figure out how to handle idiocy? The fact that claims of ignorance, from tobacco and Enron execs to scandalized officials and partisans, a claim of ignorance is a consistent out. Maybe not perfectly safe ground onto which to retreat, but claims of ignorance seem to… Continue reading What is it about idiocy?
“Could it really be that President Bush was completely unaware of the Pentagonâ€™s new policy until hours before it was made public?” Or, perhaps, he was either telling a lie or there’s been a military coup d’etat and he’s no longer the Commander-in-chief.
Okay, who’s the joker that’s been reading aloud passages from the Necronomicon? I tell you, it’s just a bad idea.
Reading back in reflective practice or maybe narcissism, I find myself wondering, “Should I have a “rant” tag?”