October 16, 2005

i can't understand it. i can't even understand the people who can understand it

Cas is currently

Hola! Buen dia.

I know things have been quiet on the blog-front lately. Sorry. This isn't going to be changing any time soon either, I don't think. The will to blog has just temporarily left me. But I couldn't leave you all with nothing to read, so here's the traditional. Happy Sunday morning to you all.

Waffle Making Robot. Remember that story the other week about how we need more useful robots here in the EU? Is this the kind of thing they were talking about?

READYWHENUR. A remote controlled kettle?! I am at a loss for words.

Oddballz phone charms. Inordinately cute and I want one out of all proportion to their usefulness. I am such a girl sometimes.

Oldest noodle. I am an archaeologist after all!

Armoured Buddhist Monks. If that doesn't get you wanting to read the story, nothing I write here will do the trick either.

Dawn Of The Dead take 2. LIttle knitted zombies and victims... Funny.

Blind group told to leave plane. Definitely NOT a funny story.

Digtial filmmaking and the paradox of choice. The truth about the film industry from the man who, among other films, wrote the screenplay for Corpse Bride, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Big Fish.

Catholic journal condemns boxing. It's not often I agree with the Catholic church, but with this one they are right on the money as far as I am concerned. The CC, on the other hand, loves boxing, and thinks I am barking mad for finding it a bloody, brutal, and incomprehensible past time that shouldn't be dignified with the name 'sport'.

Halloween Monster Wreath. Now this I have to make!

Art Flip Clock. If I do have to wake up in the morning, my prefered method is still to make sure there is someone else waking me up armed with a freshly made cup of tea, but this is one alarm clock I might not mind waking up to if I had to.

2 Comments:

At 4:05 PM, Blogger Jackson B said...

OK, some things to cheer you up -
Twenty Major on the Ryanair
thing, and a Dr. Octopus Hallowe'en costume.
Blogging is a pointless act. Embrace pointlessness.

p.s. Saw Serenity. It rocked. Mostly. Advise you give your brain a rest, and engage in Joss Whedon.

 
At 6:53 AM, Blogger Nanette said...

Bloggers Block is quite common. It happens to everyone. :)

 

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