In which people fall asleep
...and knit up their ravel'd sleeves of care.
Help me, Obiwan, you're my only hope.
This Is Morning In America
Yeah, and like that could happen
Run that one by me again.
What the hell is dextrousness?
Can be a he or a she
Some are tall
The way of Xena
Her courage will change the world.
Discovering the tall person within
Don't it always seem to go...
Storm of approval
Three and a half hailstones
Best of the year
That is, like, so 1998
Now you'll know.
Not you, Kathy
I Was A Teenage Fundamentalist
In which our heroes seek out the source of spunk
Vanity press (or, Source-available stories)
What sort of tragic wannabee publishes her own fiction on the Web?
Silly question, really.
"People enjoy my cosmopolitan sense of humour. It makes them feel that they live an exciting and cosmopolitan life as well."
"The Ariel people see special messages in the books that the rest of us don't see, messages that tell them how to be more beautiful and get better jobs and make more money and get ahead in life. I looked in the books but I couldn't see it. There certainly wasn't anything in there about Uni, especially Eng. Lit."
"D'you reckon his mother's a dyke?"
"I think she'd keep floods out of Holland, yes."
"One thing is for sure," I said. "I'm not sticking any finger in that."
World acclaims slain adventuress as secular saint
Don't feel you have to laugh.
Our Experts Ask Why?
...because jet propulsion doesn't have to be this way.
Exciting sport facts
Yes, Virginia, I know it's an oxymoron.
Works in progress
And if you believe that my friend, you'll believe anything.
Just the thing for those dull evenings when you might otherwise be having a life.
Atavism for the people
Politics. I know. What is my problem, anyway?
10:04 woke me in the middle
of one of the more astounding recent dreams.
Kind of hard to explain, only not.
Thursday May 15 was Prime Ordinal Day!
I saw The Seventh Seal at the Third Eye, then went on to The Fifth Element. Whatever next?
Prime Ordinal Day was brought to you by Surry Street Aerospace, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Frock Advisory Council.
In which political spleen is explosively vented.
"Her first mistake lay in assuming they had hearts to stab."
Tights, or an encounter with glamour one aimless Friday morning
With a guest appearance from Young Sydney Developer Jeremy Fitzhardinge.
And some really astoundingly old stuff:
The Northern Territory has just passed new laws supporting Youth In Asia. And so should you.
Double your IQ. Become 73 percent more attractive to the opposite sex. Go clear. Use Raze firewalls.
Finally, three very strange little stories.