Thirteen bizarre oddities of science.
Archive for April, 2009
called Bathtub IV
Miss Margot and I are now in sync about keeping her washed and brushed; she’s agreed to stop pooping on herself, and I’ve agreed to use a much more pleasant and comfy brush. As a result domestic harmony is much improved. Now, if she would just stop using Jeff’s computer desk as a jungle gym [...]
I experience something like this with my cat Eddie almost every morning.
Here’s the kitten reacting to WALL-E on my computer screen. When I originally posted this video to YouTube, I made it private to avoid copyright issues. Then I searched YouTube for WALL-E and found loads of others, so I figured what the heck and it’s now public. Which means you can actually watch it. She’s [...]
Man, I’d love to take a class from this woman. The article starts off with some quotes…. scroll all the way down.
I said, “Holy Shit!” when it actually wrote down what I was saying. What it typed was Goalie shipped. I promptly gave up on speech recognition. This is pretty funny, and you don’t have to understand computer programming for it to be funny. Not what what. 1st of 2 parts on NCIS last night… it [...]
A little poster about gun control.
Is in Victoria General with his own phone and an awful lot of broken bones. mOm went to see him and took a whole whack of Philip K Dick. Go mOm.
He ain’t dead, but Dr Filk is going to be a very dinged up puppy for the next little while. Quoting Lady Miss B – He was in an accident with an SUV – broken some ribs, his tibia, and his foot. He’s in surgery now for his foot. No head injury, sounds like. That’s all [...]
Too cute not to post.
Yesterday was a walk in the neighbourhood in the glorious sunshine, two loads of laundry, sliced pork tortillas (OMG they were good) and more Battlestar Galactica. Keith was here for the day again. He had been in a pretty rocky mood lately but he certainly was chipper when he left.
But the BCCDC is saying jack sh*t. There are definitely cases in Canada being reported by those who are recently returned from Mexico.
Spies, radio, and cra-a-azy Italian brothers.
This essay covers some of the same ground I tried to cover in my homily “Good Atheist, Bad Atheist”. I’m not sure I would have sent the baby home with that mother, but oh well. An interesting article about geography and history. Ew. I’d never touch my mouse if it looked like this. Interactive map [...]