donderdag, mei 15, 2003

Spinning The Globe

To relieve the gnawing nausea, ennui and procrastination of the day's events, Desultory Turgescence took the liberty of going through hours of other peoples' blogs at random, trying to find interesting antics and new links:

Canned rattlesnake or canned alligator tonight? Check out the Potted Meat Museum via Fat Buddha.

Kitties in pint glasses via Beer Is For Winners.

Hungry? How about a little infected toe for dinner tonight? via the Wound Gallery.

Ever wonder which Beatles Song you are? via Master of The House.

Hot photos behind the secret love affair between Bush and Blair and the flag via bloggerheads and New Word Order.

Well, it looks like I'm an Atheist. At least according to the Which Enemy of the Christian Faith Are You? test. via i am a donut.

Wondering about the world ending? Here are 20 Ways The World Could End. Personally, I vote for #17, Mass Insanity

"While physical health has improved in most parts of the world over the past century, mental health is getting worse. The World Health Organization estimates that 500 million people around the world suffer from a psychological disorder. By 2020, depression will likely be the second leading cause of death and lost productivity, right behind cardiovascular disease. Increasing human life spans may actually intensify the problem, because people have more years to experience the loneliness and infirmity of old age. Americans over 65 already are disproportionately likely to commit suicide. Gregory Stock, a biophysicist at the University of California at Los Angeles, believes medical science will soon allow people to live to be 200 or older. If such an extended life span becomes common, it will pose unfathomable social and psychological challenges. Perhaps 200 years of accumulated sensations will overload the human brain, leading to a new kind of insanity or fostering the spread of doomsday cults, determined to reclaim life's endpoint. Perhaps the current trends of depression and suicide among the elderly will continue. One possible solution— promoting a certain kind of mental well-being with psychoactive drugs such as Prozac— heads into uncharted waters. Researchers have no good data on the long-term effects of taking these medicines."
via Incoming Signals.

Finally, a 404 page for that file "committing suicide because it has been shamed and Allah will roast its stomach in hell.", via 3 Bruces also leading to Rob's Amazing Poetry Generator which turned Desultory Turgesence content into a poem:

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and turned the White House website into this poem:

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I knew it wouldn't be long coming: The Deck of Republican Chickenhawks. And look who's the Joker. Via blogdex.

A great Dr. Seuss tribute Would You Like To Bomb Iran? from The Best Page in the Universe, a fine discovery this afternoon which included pieces that me gag with pleasure like For Every Animal You Don't Eat, I'm Going To Eat Three and asks the important questions like Who Would Make A Better President, Bush Or A Box of Tic-Tacs?

What does it mean when The Positive Blog hasn't written anything in a week?

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