I don’t trust this seagull
Word-whore. I write 'em. I talk 'em. Information, politics, media, and the cybers. I drink. I use bad words. All publication is a political act. All communication is propaganda. All art is pornography. All business is personal. All hail Eris! Vive les poissons rouges sauvages!
6 Replies to “I don’t trust this seagull”
Work near there, and I’m sure I’ve seen him loitering around a few times.
“If you see something, say something.”
Your blog is weird dude.
@hicky: What aspects of this seagull engender trustworthiness? Trust has to be earned. Speaking of which, I’ll leave your comment stand even though you didn’t leave a valid email address.
Better to be weird than a sheep, I guess.
I suspect that Douglas Adams may have only stumbled on half of the truth â€“ Earth is indeed a giant computer, but mice as the supreme controllers? Puh-leeze. The lack of flying ability clearly rules them out. Seagulls, on the other hand, are able to hang around anywhere; their constant scrambling for loose chips and other general snooping & loitering a clever cover for their supervision of this complicated experimentâ€¦
This unexpected snap-shot reveals their true purpose, and now makes you a marked man. I strongly advise you to lie low, before it’s too late!
@andrewdotnich: I can neither confirm nor deny the accuracy of your theory. They are watching.
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