Month: May 2003

  • Einstein = Atheist

    “It was, of course, a lie what you read about my religious convictions, a lie which is being systematically repeated. I do not believe in a personal God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly. If something is in me which can be called religious then it is the unbounded admiration…

  • telling lies makes jesus cry.

    among the lies we tell to children most do not survive to adulthood: mummy can’t always make things better 🙁 santa claus is dead. 🙁 simon the goldfish didn’t go to live with the other fishes in the river 🙁 some misconceptions do persist but this is just due to stupidity or ignorance: actors are…

  • blairstrip one

    everyday the nanny state becomes more menacing.. one day we will wake up and realise that our already overly matronly government has finally transformed into total totalitarianism. of course, by then it will be too late. The latest mechanism of control is their dream of introducing identity cards, though they choose to call them ‘entitlement…

  • doing my bit for global warming

    oops, I got home tonight and found I had left the hob on! the night before I had a very late supper of soup and toast round midnight. I went to bed without turning the cooker off, then I had gone to work the next morning similarly oblivious. it was a long day at work…

  • the simian army grows

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  • procrastination

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    phew, after much frenzied agony I have just handed in large amounts of psychology coursework. two 3000 word research proposals, outlining interesting phenomena in psychology and designing novel experiments to test these. I am rather proud of the end results but why is it that I always leave anything until the night before it is…

  • the healing power of friday?

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    was out last night drinking a few drinks (best thing to do with them) wasn’t too big & I was home by 3am & so had four or five hours sleep but it came as no surprise when I felt truly awful first thing this morning. made it into work anyway (as I am planning…

  • I am Lustful

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    Tell me something I don’t know. Taking the Dante’s Inferno Test I discover that I am damned to the second level of Hell. I feel a little disappointed, I was hoping for Heretic at the very least. But I can take consolation that among the ‘Lustful’ I will be in good company. Second Level of…