Robots are, at this moment, swimming across the Pacific Ocean. I’m not sure how this figures into their plans for world domination.
It’s been a while since we have had a guest blogger here at the Big Bad Blog. We used to think they were awesome.
We still think that they’re awesome, actually.
But we have recently reminded ourselves that this is a writing project, and perhaps having somebody else do the writing misses the point and defeats the purpose and dances to the beat of the wrong drummer.
Then we read Carolyn Turgeon’s guest post at warrenellis.com, in regards to Mr. Ellis’s unfortunate and profound hatred of mermaids (and their fish tits). And we found it to be so wonderful that we find ourselves changing our mind again.
Somebody needs to e-mail me a guest blog post about fish tits. Stat.
Sweaters. Aka, jumpers. For chickens.
Apparently smart people eat sweet things with their coffee. Plus, it’s Friday. Indulge!
The National Portrait Gallery has received exactly one complaint regarding an explicit nude photo on display. That complaint? About the composition.
|Every day brings us closer to the power of invisibility.|
|Ric Flair, enjoying his retirement.|
|A man calls the police to report his neighbours are not only being noisy, but playing the same song repeatedly. Cops investigate, find that it was actually a greeting card on the man’s own window sill.|
|Mr T on being called for jury duty: “If you’re guilty, I pity that fool.”|
|Why are text messages limited to 160 characters, maximum? Because some guy thought “this is pretty sufficient” in 1985.|
|Sometimes “take your kid to work” days end badly. Particularly when one of your co-workers decides to shock the children with a stun gun. Quote from the man who shocked the kids: The big shock came when I got fired.|
|Over sixty? Like being the subject in erotic photos? The do not go to Massachusetts, where a proposed bill would make such photography illegal. That’s right — mentally competent seniors would not be able to consent to being photographed in a lewd manner. I call it the old people are gross bill.|
|China has a unique approach to the failing economy: Ordering workers to smoke more. Workers who do not meet their smoking quota, or who smoke the wrong cigarette brands are fined.|