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.
Paul has joined LiveJournal! Read all about it!
I’ve taken the “plunge” and joined emusic.com for three months. If you’re into mainstream, stay away… if you’re into somewhat more interesting music (Funker Vogt, Covenant, Front Line Assembly, Napalm Death, some more relaxed stuff I don’t know) this is definitely worth it. Otherwise, I’m trying to finish an article for the SPIE before I can get back to yummy volume visualisation and musculo-skeletal modeling.