Fake pappardelle In brodo.
History is the sum total of things that could have been avoided. –Konrad Adenauer
History doesn’t always repeat itself. Sometimes it just screams, “Why don’t you listen to me?” and lets fly with a big stick. –John W. Campbell Jr
History is an angel falling backward into the future. –Laurie Anderson
Here’s last night’s (2013-11-08) Memo Of the Air show on KNYO-LP, ready to listen to right away and/or download and keep for free.
And here are some other things to look at and/or listen to and/or ponder upon, that I found mostly thanks to the mutant-friendly yet wholesome websites to your right:
Fake pappardelle in brodo.
The children’s dictionary version of the periodic table of the elements.
“As the sun burns out, ice will cover the earth and men will shiver around fires in dark caverns.”
“Bla-bla-bla blah bla-BLAH-bla.” The dog won’t bite him. It likes him. This is something they do together. Really, it’s how a great deal of the world works.
Imagine this without the glass.
“Our boys need SOX. Knit your bit.”
/Ruby./ Stop-motion face paint project.
Morcheeba. They’re huge, apparently, in Romania.
“You kids miss this stiff fifth glyph?” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8-WtH4ujps
In real life it’s a lot louder than in this video, but so what?
Robot flies, yo.
Also I like the sound it makes.
Peristaltic locomotion. The car-moving method of the future?
Blinded by the light.
Why not to be afraid.
–Even of someone in an old painting moving to kiss you but instead going BLAAAAATTTPHH!! on your skin with their lips.
5,000 words of advice cut down to four: /Try not to yell./ Also there’s something creepily fascinating about the photograph of a taxidermied ferret-thing. It’s the sort of illustration I would have chosen.
And go ahead and be sad, says Louis C.K., probably the smartest person on television anymore.
Ya know, a little perspective.
And be sarcastic about it. I want you to say this part in your best goofy stereotypical Indian guru oleaginous singsong accent: “When you tie the turban, that is when the cranial adjustment happens. All parts of the skull are pulled together, and they remain together. This gives you the cerebral power to work things out.”
Okay, I’ve tried to not keep going with the Louis C.K. stuff, but I can’t help myself. I’ll stop now. After this.
Tom Cahill sent this. The greatest miniature railway layout in the world. This is a new video of it, not the one from years ago.
Again with the Denver International Airport Satanic/space-alien/Nazi-folk-art conspiracy.
Mitch Clogg sent a link to these humans wearing clothes. Lots of pictures all on one page, so it might take awhile to load.
Morphing famously attractive young actors and singers. Somehow they skipped Kristen Schaal, Liv Tyler, thermal-bandage Leeloo, Dr. Foster from /Lie To Me/, Zoe and Inara from /Firefly/, the Queen of Space-England from /Doctor Who/, Boomer and Number 6 from /Battlestar Galactica/, Sophie from /Carnivale/, Skye Edwards, Claudia Black, etc.
35 logos switched to go with the companies they should be with.
And, speaking of /Doctor Who/, the Gallifreycrumb Tinies. http://eattoast.deviantart.com/art/The-Gallifreycrumb-Tinies-344523003