The latest strip from Calamities of Nature.
Once again, from the folks at Calamities of Nature
I also wanted to add that I apologize for the lack of posts this week. Between work and other obligations, I’ve barely had time to sit, much less to write. With Spring Break coming up this week, however, I do fully intend to catch up.
More words of wisdom from SMBC.
I woke up this morning convinced it was Friday. Needless to say, the realization it was only Wednesday threatened to undo the little bit of sanity that I’ve been holding onto this week, and that was quickly exacerbated by the first new story I came across on my Facebook feed “Asteroid 2011 AG5 My Pose Threat to Earth in 2040.” A long week and threat of annihilation from above? And all of this before coffee? So in an attempt to “rebalance” before facing today (and the rest of the week), I turned to a little comedy.
Here’s a clip from Ricky Gervais’ “Science” show, where he tackles the inconsistencies in Noah’s Ark. It’s very funny stuff (and I typically don’t like stand-up). I’ve decided to pass it along, in case you, too read about the asteroid or woke up this morning thinking it was Friday.
“Things not being necessary are what makes life interesting…” Absolutely right.
Thank you Madison at Always Question Authority, for posting this. It was too good to not pass along.
Earlier today, Marc Schuster at Abominations posted this comic, and as an obsessive list-maker myself, I have entire notebooks devoted to planning future lists (I’m not kidding), I just had to share this.
I also recently read his soon-to-be released book, The Grievers, which was fantastic. I’ll be writing about it as soon as this week settles down a bit.