I think most of us can relate to this.
Welcome to my own personal diary in hell
This site originally began as a series of occasional posts to a mailing list I’m subscribed to, generally in the immediate aftermath of an encounter with a workmate referred to here only as “the Cow-orker”. I found the posts therapeutic, while several of my fellow subscribers to the list found them entertaining. Everything you read here is based on real conversations with real people. Only the names have been changed because I’m too frightened to contemplate what my workplace would be like if the Cow-orker were to discover this site and put two and two together (even if it is highly unlikely that she’d actually get four).
I found this guide to be helpful. I always hate when somebody who knows, or at least thinks they know, about cinema starts talking about aspect ratio because I never really understood what the difference was. Now I do. Although I will forget about it as soon as I hit the submit button to this post.
(via Incoming Signals)
Stop by for a heaping plate of links after you are done with your turkey. The problem I have always had with holidays is that everything is closed (with the exception of the movie theaters) so I might as well blog.
I was going to post a blurb from the about page to explain it but since it is written by college journalists the about page doesn’t shed much light. It is basically a compilation of front pages of college newspapers however currently they only have about 54 newspapers participating.
Everything you wanted to know about cannibalism, but were afraid to ask.
‘Do you people eat human bodies?’ I said one day, upon entering a native village, and pointed to a quantity of meat, spitted upon long skewers, being smoke-dried over numerous smouldering fires. ‘Io; yo te?’ was the instant reply – ‘Yes; don’t you?’ And a few minutes later the chieftain of the village came forward with an offering, which consisted of large and generous portions of flesh, only too obviously of human origin. He seemed genuinely disappointed when I refused.
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