Hi, The point (if there is a point) of this blog is to post liner notes and playlists of mix CDs originating from moi and hopefully fanning out into a chain of mix CDs. If you get a CD from me, make me and a friend one, and email me some liner notes and I'll post them. Then your friend should make you and someone else a mix CD etc etc. Maybe it will work PS If you want to be on my knit list, let me know what you want and I'll see what I can do!

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Thatcher, Thatcher, Milk Snatcher

Children used to sing this when Mrs. T was in charge and stopped the school milk program. I remember school milk as warm and vaguely sour, having sat in it's crate next to the school radiator for three hours, but I would have felt cheated if it had been taken away. Unfortunately, this is not one of the songs in the Margaret Thatcher musical. Though I would love to hear Fuck the North, because she truly did.

Tony Blair has just passed a ban on glorifying terrorism. I think the very existence of this ban does the very thing it tries to prevent.

This robotic slime sounds like science fiction. I just wonder how you program something that has autonomy and respond to it's environment.

A seventh grader has discovered that there is more bacteria in fast food ice machines than toilet water. I now feel totally justified in my hatred of ice in drinks, after being laughed at by countless Americans.

Filling in this Nohari window for Dick Cheney is strangely satisfying. Then of course I had to make my own Johari window - go on, tell me what you think!


At 9:30 AM, Blogger minty said...

I was talking to someone recently about how Americans are obsessed with icy-cold beverages (milk, beer, water, etc.) yet Europeans drink many things at a much higher temperature. I wonder how that evolved?

A law against "glorifying terrorism" is so weird and Big-Brother-y.

I wish I had something stunningly witty to say, but it's just not there today.

At 10:18 AM, Blogger mykull said...

i hear george w. bush is also robotic slime.


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