Wednesday, November 22, 2006


Rogue Scientist Has Own Scientific Method

The Onion

Rogue Scientist Has Own Scientific Method

TALAHASSEE, FL-The 44-year-old maverick says groundbreaking results require flexibility and creativity, not meticulous planning and observation.

Friday, November 17, 2006


In case you're wondering why I've been so quiet, it's because I'm trying to channel all my creative writing energy elsewhere.

I've managed to arrange a regular slot in a column in a local gaming magazine, plus I'm trying really hard to write my book.

You guys can buy it when I'm done and catch up on all the daily doses of 01 that you've missed out on in the interim.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Radio quiz shows

A little piece of advice:

If you're stupid, don't call in for radio quiz shows.

As a general rule, the questions on radio quiz shows aren't very difficult, but stupid people will still not know the answer. When a stupid person phones in and gets an easy question wrong it just pisses the rest of us off, because you've wasted someone else's chance of winning that prize (however meager it may have been).

If you don't know the difference between the pyramids and stonehenge, maybe you shouldn't phone in for a quiz show about famous tourist destinations. Maybe you should spend that time reading a goddam book instead.

Instead of leaving your DSTV permanently tuned to E! or goddam Supersport 75, maybe you should watch a little Discovery Channel from time to time... just have it on in the background.

If that doesn't appeal to you, then kindly refrain from calling in to radio quiz shows. You don't see fat people trying to win the Comrades do you? No. Because they would just embarrass themselves. The same goes for you and quizzes... don't bother, okay? Leave it to the brainy folk rather.

Thursday, November 02, 2006

I knew it!

It turns out that we may already have the solution to violent crime: action movies, Coca-Cola and Internet porn!


I would love to see a similar study looking at the effects of violent video games on the would-be perpetrators of violent crime.