May 27, 2004

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Posted by dean at 02:00 AM

May 24, 2004

Hon, I'm Hatred Toe, Page 132.

He thought of his sister, on her retreat. He thought of his sister swimming in a river with a Spanish name. He thought of the light on the water at noon, moving river light too bright to look at.

Posted by dean at 08:03 PM

A Fathead Cometh, John Kilt, Page 90.

He fell down in the muck and the shit and said, "How's this, then?" and died.

Posted by dean at 03:52 AM

May 23, 2004

The Great Lemur Goon Rots Out.

"My wife and I love hearing about how astonishingly horrible our world is."

Posted by dean at 06:44 PM

May 21, 2004

Formerly Stable Economic Systems Will Be Thrown Into Disarray, Leading Eventually To The Kind Of Anarchy Foretold In Movies Like Mad Max.

If the peak oil theory is right, the Iraq war, terrible though it is, will be remembered -- like the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand or the Nazi invasion of Poland -- as a mere prelude to a much bloodier affair. According to proponents like Kenneth Deffeyes and Colin Campbell, the coming decline in oil supplies will trigger privations in seemingly unconnected economic sectors. Industrial agriculture, for instance, depends heavily on oil and so much of the world's population will face starvation in a future of dwindling fossil fuels. Many oil-peakers speak of a coming "die-off," as the world population adjusts to the resources available to it -- by perishing in the billions from war, famine, exposure, and civil unrest.
Top Ten Conspiracy Theories of 2003-2004

Posted by dean at 11:53 PM

May 20, 2004

You Can't Spell Arsenal Without Arse.

I look at them, sitting in the middle of the pavement, draining bottles of wine, holding up traffic, waiting to see if the city's going to watch.

"Pol-Props," they write on each other's hands.

Posted by dean at 02:17 AM

May 16, 2004

Tired Off Its Room, Snoring Off My Voice.

Posted by dean at 08:25 PM

May 14, 2004

Stephen Hawking On The Dark Side.

"But the alternative of The Big Crunch is not much better. A few years ago, when I was giving a lecture, I was asked not to mention the end of the universe, in case it depressed the stock market."

Posted by dean at 04:57 PM

Fugitive From A Centrifuge, Page 17.

There were no longer Italian neighborhoods, or Cuban neighborhoods, or Irish or Greek neighborhoods. There were Anorexic neighborhoods, and Narcissistic neighborhoods, and Manic And Compulsive neighborhoods.

Posted by dean at 03:58 AM

May 08, 2004

She Told Us Her Children Were Only Back At The Market.

They're completely happy, but she doesn't want to be alone.

Her cardiovascular is singing, afraid of the Blackwood Barbeque, with no plans for tonight and nobody to talk to.


Posted by dean at 11:01 PM

May 07, 2004

Say The Error, And Explain.

Posted by dean at 09:59 PM

May 05, 2004

Death Camps Wouldn't Have Been Possible Without IBM.

There is a man that runs the Holocaust Museum in Richmond, VA who spent a year as a child living in a potato cellar dug into a field in Eastern Europe to escape the SS and death. When he asks tour groups, "Do you think that the holocaust could happen again?" they say no.

They answer the same when he asks, "Do you think it could ever happen in the United States?"

He insists that as soon as you write it off as a possibility, and say, "It'll never happen here," or, "Never again, anywhere," that is exactly when it will.

Posted by dean at 07:03 PM

May 03, 2004

And The Order Of The Phoenix, Page 798.

Harry did not know what would happen if Ron touched the tentacle of thought now flying behind the brain, but he was sure it would not be anything good.

Posted by dean at 08:14 PM

(Diesel Four-Two-Oh).

"I don't think an Xbox could be a vagina, though."

Posted by dean at 06:34 PM

May 01, 2004


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