Random Thoughts: Spelling, Scientists, and Game of Thrones

Posted on March 20, 2014 9:00 am

Remember when we had to use dictionaries to figure out how to spell words? Had a hell of a time as a kid trying to find “chauffeur” in one.

But if you put “showfer” into Google, gets you right to the right spelling. Kids these days have it so easy, those useless punks.

I noticed a plot hole: Why does anything exist at all?

I think the reason people are so interested in this Malaysian plane disappearance is that it’s a whole plane full of people that disappeared.

Maybe I should go work at Vox and explain the news.

“Here’s a picture of the Malaysian plane when it was last seen. Here’s an artist’s rendering of what it would look like with facial hair.”

Bill Clinton’s Wife #HillaryClintonBookTitles

“You pass through an asteroid field on the way here? Well, that was the last planet that messed with us.” -good bluff for hostile aliens

The economics of House of Cards.

What if Democrats were as sociopathic as Frank Underwood, but without the competence? Or is that a what if?

Intense anger in politics is more often an indicator that you’re really stupid than that you’re really right.

You know when you cite “scientists,” that’s about as exclusive a word as “journalist,” right?

I could claim to be both a journalist and a scientist and you wouldn’t have the slightest idea how to disprove either.

Actually, that would be a great scientific experiment: Claim to be scientist, say crazy things, see if anyone can prove you’re not scientist.

Are we pretending there’s any chance George R.R. Martin will finish the Game of Thrones series before he dies of numerous beard-related diseases?

I know Martin said specifically he wasn’t going to Lost the ending to Game of Thrones, but I don’t see how he won’t with all the open plot-threads.

I’m kinda curious what Daft Punk looks like under those helmets, but I’ve seen dorks before.

Introduced 10 month old son to bacon today. He soon had a piece in each hand and was shoving it into his mouth.

Bacon is much better when you have teeth, though.

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6 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Spelling, Scientists, and Game of Thrones”

  1. jw says:

    Actually, that would be a great scientific experiment: Claim to be scientist, say crazy things, see if anyone can prove you’re not scientist.

    i believe Alan Turing did that experiment already.

  2. blarg says:

    “I’m kinda curious what Daft Punk looks like under those helmets, but I’ve seen dorks before.”

    – a lot like Devo I bet.

  3. AT says:

    *note to self, try bacon in the Beaba.

  4. Jimmy says:

    But if you claimed you were a “Scientist!”, there’s about a 100% chance you ARE one!

    Think about it a minute. I’ll wait.

  5. Nate says:

    The last two books are just going to be 1200 pages of snow blowing across the graves of every character.

  6. J.M. Heinrichs says:

    Let #1 son work over the slice of bacon with his gums, for about 15 minutes. The resultant leftover ‘morsel’ will be devoid all food tastes, but can be recycled as a leather patch.

    Cheers

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