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A Time Machine

If I had a time machine, I swear I’d only use it once a month for my periods…. that way I didn’t mess that space time continuum thing up.   ~L.L.


Vs. Patton Oswalt, Part II

Here’s the deal. I took on Patton Oswalt in my very first blog post back in 2011. I challenged Mr. Oswalt to a Google-off, a gentleman’s duel to see whose name would get more Google search results. 503 more words


Passion in the pasta aisle – or, why I love Fleetwood Mac – but won’t go to see them

What a strange place my local supermarket, Morrison’s, is. First there’s the Eighties rock-show style dry ice partially obscuring the living herbs in the fruit and veg section: I mean, whose idea was it to put that in? 2,644 more words

About Time…

 “Existence is a series of footnotes to a vast, obscure, unfinished masterpiece.” ~ Valdimir Nabokov

My fellow travellers on the space-time continuum, what is this thing called time, by which we measure our existence on Earth?

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In light of the fact that they are now once again juicing up the flux capacitors at CERN (they use flux capacitors at CERN, right? I’m pretty sure they do…) in order to rip holes in the space-time continuum and collapse the dimensional divides, in order to usher in some Nephilim-horde army, I’ve been thinking about portals a fair bit lately. 608 more words


Definition #150 (Jeanne from Queens #22) Speed of Light

Freckles on Mom’s cheeks

emerge on baby’s face: pink

with daughter’s  blushes!

Albert Einstein:

The only universal constant is the speed of light, which never changes under any circumstances. 31 more words


Time-traveling Redemption

Modern man, particularly modern Western man, lives with the illusion of having mastery over time. We strap it to our wrists or consult it on our phones. 2,479 more words