Oh, lovely, you're a cheery one aren't you?
Sunday, February 29
Iowahawk really nails it this time. Read read!
Saturday, February 28
Matt Drachenberg has been blogging for two whole years and has never had an Instalanche.
A little one will do.
That is not very nice. Not nice at all.
[Funny though. — Ed]
My Music is now back on line for your listening pleasure.
If you find anything else that isn't there, please let me know, okay?
Friday, February 27
The next edition of the Best of Me Symphony will be appearing right here at Ambient Irony. (The current Symphony is now up at The Owner's Manual.)
So if you have a post that you think is good, and is over two months old and languishing in your archives - or if you know a blogger who does - you can submit it to email@example.com.
Be the best that you can be!
He does, he does.
Would Theseus come to the white courtesy phone please?
"It is ingrained in the Korean psyche that China is the big brother," said Samuel Koo, president of Arirang TV, South Korea's English-language broadcaster. "But Chinese-Korean relations were far from being an unmitigated love affair. We used to ship to them tens of thousands of virgins every year."Just remember to raise the white sails this time.
(From that font of all wisdom, the New York Times.)
Thursday, February 26
It tilts. It swivels. It has tension adjustment for the tilt thingy. It has gas-operated lift, just like a rocket-hamster fed on beans. It's upholstered with elegant black leather. It has armrests where I can rest my arms. It has little wheels, too, five of them!
And I put it together myself!
Answer: Very probably.
Those of you familiar with Joel Veitch's rathergood.com (home to the Viking Kittens and
They're called spongmonkeys.
I don't know why.
But Ad Report Card on Slate gives them an A.
(My favourite is still the kittens singing Independent Women. "If Destiny's Child were kittens from Northern England, this is what they would sound like.")
(Thanks to Crossbow on the JREF Forums.)
(Oh, and the Wrong Bananas song is good too.)
(Update: Blode and the Giant Bee. Well, it only took me six months to fix that.)