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January 31, 2017


Our world is an illusion and we are all living in a 'vast and complex hologram' say astrophysicists

(Thanks to Le Petomane, who says "This explains so much.")


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Are these guys Neoconservatives?

So that explains the last 10 days!

I saw the movie, The Thirteenth Floor.

someone's got some *major* projection issues

Explains how it's scientifically possible to find love on a two-way street and loose it on a lonely highway.

I'll let you know what I think of that after I consult my crystal.

I think I'll save this for my next excuse to get out of a speeding ticket. Or a ballet.

And like every holodeck episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the safeties are off.

This explains why I sometimes feel invisible.

ChrisinVA: To the young I think we're becoming more invisible with each day.


People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect. But actually from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint it’s more like a big ball of wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey… stuff.

I saw the universe once, but it was on DVD. Technology improved, I guess.

Sounds like the way it feels when one's a Maple Leafs fan.

And just who is the Editor? We need a long chat.

Maybe the astrophysicists live in a 2-dimensional universe, but the rest of us don't. English does not allow for that distinction.

Can someone let the IRS know? Thanks.

I think we've found the owners of that airplane cocaine. Although, this could explain the people of Walmart.

♫ He's got the whole world in his nanochip,
He's got the whole world is his nanochip,
He's got the whole world in his AI,
and he's in your mind at this time, too..." ♫


by the way, fellow bloggets, less than one week till
Jack Bauer discovers his new identity thanks to the FBI and a serious mindwipe...???....

In many galaxies far, far away, civilizations gather around their viewing screens every night to watch the longest running realty show: A DAY ON PLANET EARTH. The viewers are constantly amazed and mesmerized by what foolish things humans keep doing to themselves and how easily they become befuddled when any change is made to the holographic projector programing.

So do I take the red pill or the blue pill?

I don't care if it's all an illusion. These fries are good.

Le Petomane: Who gets to play Billy Pilgrim?

Geezer Book Club Reference: Slaughterhouse Five.

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