Rudolph has arrived! I’ve been as sick as a dog these past few days. Your standard MoFo winter cold, but then with a baseball-bat and sneakers. It seems to have subsided quite quickly, probably partly due to the megadoses of vitamins I have been taking and the 10 hours of sleep every night. I actually did not have time for this, as I’m attending a mathematical morphology course by the likes of Rein van den Boomgaard, Lucas van Vliet, Henk Heijmans and Pierre Soille.
This entry is for the biggest Feyenoord-supporter and korfbal-player that I know. May he be cursed with a weblog of his own.
I rediscovered a very old favourite in one of the SF short-story collections that I had bought at a local second-hand bookshop. Find and read “Specialist” by Robert Sheckley. Published in 1953, this story will remain timeless.
What I was actually trying to say last night but failed to because my eloquence had fallen from my bicycle as I was splining home was that Leffe Trippels and Stolichnaya make for an extremely effective sojourn to the bar. Thank you.
Leffe Trippel + Stolichnaya == What
Some more Zimbabwean genius can be witnessed here. I hope that this stupidity is a remnant of the past and not a taste of our future.
“Zimbabwe’s state grain board has impounded more than 36 000 tons of maize from commercial farmers, accusing them of hoarding, state media reported on Monday.” – see this article. Read it all, it’s a tribute to the shining intellects (NOT) of our brothers down there. To make it even worse, 6000 tons were seized from a German-owned farm. Joseph Made, genius and agriculture minister, is quoted as saying: “We cannot have a situation where people are starving while others are withholding maize.
The article is coming along at the speed of snot. That’s quite a bit faster than last week, I have to admit. Last week, it was more like very cold snot. At least I have good music to keep me company while I struggle through this.
My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult is brilliant. Jooooooin emusic, joooooooooin emusic!
The visualisation website has a yellow-free colour-scheme now, thank heavens.