Archive for June 10, 2008

Blog Notes: Murder By Weather

June 10, 2008

There’s a picture of me watching the heat rise from the NYC metro area sidewalk.

And you expected blogging today?

Tomorrow.

If the predicted thunderstorm with 60mph wind hasn’t killed me tonight.

Not Me, As Of June 10, 2008

June 10, 2008

Mike Cane

Mike Cane (you, I hate for getting there first!)

Mike Cane

Mike Cane

Mike Cane (HTF did he do that? I had Mike Cane on Facebook; not that I used it!)

Mike Cane

Mike Cane

Mike Cane

Mike Cane (HTF did that happen? I aborted the signon process!)

That Creeping Feeling

June 10, 2008

Warren Ellis bumps into Rupert Sheldrake (but I don’t know if he knew that):

Bugs

What if bacteria update over the air in a creeping wave across the surface of the earth?

On my rare giddy, optimistic days, I like to think that — just before I am sent into the eternal oblivion I desire — All Questions Will Be Answered.

Given the weird shit I’ve encountered in my life, I sneer whenever a scientist dismisses something as being “anecdotal.”

There should be a Statute of Limitations for “anecdotal evidence,” a tipping point, where X number of anecdotes equals Start Paying Attention To This, You Educated Into A Mental Straitjacket Eeejit.

They’ll discover — if my post-death explanation of all things actually comes to pass — how they managed to crush all of the strange exuberance of seething Life into something, to use Peggy Noonan’s term, “flat and thin.”