Hmph.

Posted in PWNED on October 13, 2013 by brokenheadphones

I’ve been away from this thing for so long I never noticed they were putting ads on it now. In order to stop the ads, I need to upgrade to their “premium” service, whatever that is. I trust you’ll forgive my disinclination to do so. We’re adults here, and know how to ignore ads, right?

 

…Right?

Knowledge, dropped

Posted in Uncategorized on October 13, 2013 by brokenheadphones

“It is only when a man gazes, for the first time, upon a woman who meets more than two of his fetish criteria, that he understands, truly, the depth of his vulnerability.”

— “Things I Learned Too Late In Life” (Appendix D)

And Now For A Dose Of The TRULY Weird…

Posted in Infectious Agents on October 10, 2010 by brokenheadphones

From the article:

‘”What we’re suggesting is that something that doesn’t really interact with anything is changing something that can’t be changed,” Jenkins added.’

This Week In Dada, #5

Posted in Bad Craziness on October 7, 2010 by brokenheadphones

…Because it’s been a while since there’s been any Dada around, so here you go. Share, and enjoy…

Because The Planet Wasn’t Weird Enough Today, Apparently…

Posted in Infectious Agents on September 28, 2010 by brokenheadphones

I happed across this little love story while on my daily news graze, and I couldn’t help but share….

I Have Never Seen The Like

Posted in Bad Craziness on January 21, 2010 by brokenheadphones

Okay, I was AROUND when this all jumped off, but I have absolutely NO memory of any of it.  Does anyone ELSE out there remember the Dale automobile from the Twentieth Century Motor Car Company?  I admit, I am perplexed beyond words.  How could I have missed this??  This link is a 10-minute videoclip from Unsolved Mysteries, but really, the story has to be seen to be believed.

Thanks to Paleo-Future for the link.

It’s About Time *Someone* Had Their Head Screwed On Straight…

Posted in PWNED, stfu on January 11, 2010 by brokenheadphones

I just finished reading this article in the Wall Street Journal, wherein U. of Colorado professor Paul Campos shows everyone  just what we face everyday in America versus the screaming hysteria we have to hear from our media outlets, not to say the TSA.  I said, after the shoe-bomb guy made it impossible for me to get onto an airplane with my dignity intact, that I’d had it with our airports freaking out and locking up the barn after the horse has galloped into the next county.

If there’s one thing 42 years of life in Detroit taught me, it’s that if somebody REALLY wants to get you, they’re going to get you, and if they want you that badly, a few people on either side of you who aren’t even involved won’t make much difference.

It REALLY pisses me off everytime *I* have to endure some new loss of personal freedom or privacy everytime some dumbass shows the TSA to be a bunch of waterheads.  I also wish more people would see this article.