Today I try my hand at a bit of modest Condescending Wonka Meme generation. I hope you LOL FTW! I’ve heard of a Baker’s Dozen before. Now we learn that a Subway Dozen equals 11. Good to know!
#FridayMorningKnifeParty – I memed myself
An online buddy and super cool person likes to have “dance parties” on Twitter. Usually too early in the morning. On a Friday not so long ago, I decided to have a dance party of my own and a new meme was born here in the Abyss.
20 Questions and Shouts from the Abyss have a head-on collision (reblog)
The other day blogdramedy was nice enough to ass me twenty questions. It’s a meme thing going around like a case of the measles.
I, of course, was only too happy to comply. We all know I can’t turn down a challenge.
She was a good host, so I hope you’ll stop by and not only check out the post featuring yours truly, but spend a little time and explore the rest of her blog. She is not just a blogger. She’s an entertainer. She got game.
Of my friend, I can only say this: of all the souls I have encountered in my travels, hers is the most… human. (No insult intended.)
There’s this thing happening all across the Internet and I got caught up in the backwash. It’s called “20 Questions” and the name speaks for itself. It’s kind of like truth or dare but without the dare…and maybe the word “stretch” should be in there somewhere ’cause I suspect not one of the answerees were totally truthful in their responses. Because, where’s the humor in truth? We all know that a slight twist in the tale makes for a better story. I’ll take a good laugh over the truth any day. Have you not been watching the Republican debates?
Oh, and apparently Obama thinks I’m worth a laugh or two. You’ll have to click over to blogdramedy’s blog to find out more.
Philosophy, poop, ethics and this blog
Blurt did a post about Wikipedia and how ALL pages eventually link back to the “philosophy” page. It was interesting stuff and I’ve been pondering if we should do that ever since I saw it. (Heh.)
I took a few liberties and mind-mapped a few terms from this very blog to see what that would look like:
This is interesting stuff. And no, I didn’t do anything clever to generate that image. You can do it yourself at http://xefer.com/wikipedia. Try it out for yourself. It’s fun.
The fact that all Wikipedia pages lead back to the “philosophy” page really makes one think. The why. The should. Do we even exist? Are you real?
Somehow I don’t think so.