One need only click the title link to see why!
Wednesday, May 24, 2006
Saturday, May 06, 2006
|You Should Be a Science Fiction Writer|
Your ideas are very strange, and people often wonder what planet you're from.
And while you may have some problems being "normal," you'll have no problems writing sci-fi.
Whether it's epic films, important novels, or vivid comics...
Your own little universe could leave an important mark on the world!
I am from Planet Cheese, of course. And we are taking over! Our secret weapon? That cheese which is so stinky it's not allowed on French public transit! And of course, Death Cheese.
I actually write horror. Sort of Lovecraftian, with a touch of Stephen King. And I have never, ever, ever been accused of normalcy! Perish the thought!
Posted by Cie Cheesemeister at 12:24 AM
Friday, May 05, 2006
Dark Side of the Loon
Veddy, veddy Avant-Garde. It was a pleasure to lurk about their dark castle. Or their dark hallways. Or their dark subconscious. The brain is very colorful, Master!
(Think Peter Lorre when reading this.)
Posted by Cie Cheesemeister at 8:21 AM
Thursday, May 04, 2006
Click the title link to read about a guy who really became the toast of his town in Budapest. Seems these builders who were renovating a house found a barrel of rum and decided to get toasted. After draining it to the last drop they tried to move it and it was still really heavy. And when they looked inside, they'd like to have died--just like the guy that was in the barrel!
When this dude died in Jamaica some 20 years ago, his wife had his body shipped home in a barrel of rum "to avoid the cost and paperwork of an official return."
Gad--and I always thought that eating the worm in the tequila was disgusting!
Tell ya what, Folks, should I get to Hungary, I'm avoiding the rum!
On the positive side, I guess they didn't need to embalm the guy when they finally buried him--he was already pickled!
That was morbid of me.
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Posted by Cie Cheesemeister at 10:59 PM