This Week… bored!
"One idiot could ruin the oympics… Boris Johnson" JC
"So…I saw your tweet.
I am…absolutely floored. Hopelessly lost in admiration!
You are everything I aspire to be.
Oh. Hold on…..
Back. I had to go and check what “bored” meant, just in case the definition had changed in recently months, but no! It’s the same! In essence, you’re saying you have run out of things to do that are worthy of interest. Which is just an incredible place to be.
HOW YOU MUST HAVE LIVED.
I mean, by being bored, you must have…" Boredom – I mean some of it within that link is a rather sad indictment of the modern human technological condition but it also makes some good points. I don't think I've been bored…
"An idiom is a common word or phrase with a culturally understood meaning that differs from what its composite words' denotations would suggest." List of idioms in the English language
"So if these btds in DC decide to ruin the internet, here’s how to access your favorite sites in the event of a DNS takedown." Think I've already posted this but it's useful anyway!
Right better have a quick cup of tea… <exits rooms>
<mulls on the week just gone>
Every Thursday I sit here tapping out a half tale of woah (how do write woh/woe? I think it's woe isn't it) about the world… but it's really nothing to complain about really is it. Getting to sit and write about pretty much… anything from a semi-narcissistic sardonic point of view on a Thursday afternoon… it's not exactly high-pressure Mr T…?
Enjoy it for what it is… the world's actually quite a fun place.
Therapy over… let's poke fun at Samantha Brick again. "So in writing this… are you serious?"
Did you read that excellent article from Mr Doug Stanhope last week about his little run in with Allison Pearson?
Oh and this amazing video about the old man in a nursing home reacting to music:
36 Writing Essays by Chuck Palahniuk – one day I will get to read all these… maybe when that ole pad of eye turns up…
Live wind map of USA. – very interesting.
Capital of Brazil, in the beginning!
Ten Most Extreme Substances Known to Man – I like the most toxic substance… who'da thunk we'd be injecting it into our faces?!
"This website summarises a new theory which explains how chord progression patterns create musical phrase structures in tonal (and tonally influenced) music, similar to sentence structures in natural language. It also explains the relationship between chord progressions and voice leading." So there you go. Harmony
100 Websites You Should Know and Use – alright mate, don't tell me what to do!
I really need to print my own 3D model soon. Tho kidney may need to be mortgaged.
More science… water droplets n' stuff:
Bye then… love you