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Food, Science: Apiaceae, birth control, hormones, peer-reviewed research, poison hemlock, poisonous lookalikes, wild carrot · 5 comments
... This mechanism seems to be confirmed by a study where either carrot seed extract alone, or carrot seed extract and progesterone, were ...
31 Mar 2013: Chutney: the Japanese Knotweed Killer App
Food: knotweed, Polygonaceae · 2 comments
... random spice combination worked brilliantly, which means either I am a genius or there is a generous and forgiving range of spice ...
11 Feb 2013: The Ethical Irrelevance of Killing Your Own Food
Food, Human Fuzzies: animal rights, empathy, ethics, rabbits · 10 comments
... saying yes to empathy isn't always the right answer either. Think about what happens when someone tries to point out that domestic ...
Politics, Science: · 8 comments
... writeup for Nature is a good one. If I'm wrong about either of the points above please correct me, because those are the bases for ...
29 Apr 2012: Pickled Japanese Knotweed
Food: bread, knotweed, pickles, Polygonaceae · 2 comments
... got some sesame seeds; the jars with the white vinegar got either a red & black pepper combo, or a dessert-y spice mix of ginger, orange ...
18 Oct 2011: Macerate ALL the things!
Aimless: Asteraceae, Berberidaceae, dandelions, Gentianaceae, gin, Juglandaceae, Lamiaceae, lemon balm, lilac, liqueurs, Oleaceae, pineappleweed, Rosaceae, Rubiaceae, Simaroubaceae · 2 comments
... off-notes that just won't go away. Next year, I will either be very careful to strain out the lilac within 24 hours, or just stick ...
18 Jul 2011: This Year’s Nocino Recipe
Food: infusions, Juglandaceae, liqueurs · no comments
... even the big one by the bike trail only yielded a handful. Either that or I've lost my skill at walnut-spotting - they're really quite ...
17 Jul 2011: Winnowing Money Plant Seeds
Food: Brassicaceae, foraging, seeds · 1 comment
... work underneath the covered part of my back deck - but either the seeds would bounce into the chaff bowl, or the chaff would fall into ...
Food: edible flowers, flowers, infusions, lilac, liqueurs, Oleaceae · 2 comments
... flavor I got with the syrup, either. I strained out the blossoms, added a bit more sugar, and stuck it on ...
11 May 2011: Car Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Trunk
Politics: bicycles, cars, lifestyles of the privileged minority, privilege · 4 comments
... I ride my bike. Some items don't apply to all of the U.S., either - Seattle has been pretty good about installing bike sensors at traffic ...
24 Mar 2009: Are Geophysicists Geologists?
Science: disciplinary boundaries, geology, geophysics, scientific culture · 13 comments
... pole - to which I say phew, because I'm not very good at either of those things. Click Here for Poll I'll have a post up tomorrow ...
20 Mar 2009: Are the Tonga Earthquake and Eruption Related?
Science: coincidence, earthquakes, volcanoes · 11 comments
... that they were directly associated with the volcano, either. So while it's possible that research in the distant future might ...
17 Mar 2009: “Temblor”
Human Fuzzies, Science: earthquakes, synonyms, temblors · 23 comments
... think I have ever heard anyone use the word "temblor" in either ordinary or technical speech. I have only ever seen it in news reports, ...
2 Mar 2009: Recent Results in Seismology
Science: academic journals, earthquakes, liquefaction, nonvolcanic tremor, seismology · 1 comment
... is no real consensus about what causes these signals, either: Is it water sloshing around? Slowly slipping rocks? Something else ... by arriving seismic waves, but we don't understand that either, so it's a fat lot of good that does us in trying to figure out what ...
26 Jan 2009: Does the World Really Need Another Blog Anthology?
Meta: · 16 comments
... I'm noticing a couple of things: All of the pieces are either about biology, or professional "life in science" stuff. Geology is ...
Meta: code, del.cio.us, ecto, perl · no comments
... Just the links with a particular tag. And not every day, either - I don't do enough bookmarking, or enough blogging, to justify that. ...
6 Nov 2008: Why Proposition 8 Hurts So Much
Politics: · 3 comments
... me is jubilant. It's not just for President-Elect Obama, either - my choices for Governor and Congressman both made it in. I even got 2 ...
8 Oct 2008: Donors Choose Update: Prizes!
Meta: · 4 comments
... this month and throwing every last penny you can find to either the Obama campaign or No on 8. So I'm going to stoop to bribery. Click ...
24 Sep 2008: Carnival of Feminists #65
Aimless: · 9 comments
... for their killers. Feminist Geeky Media Analysis Neither a Doormat nor a Prostitute observes that Teen Titans is not living up to ... debate is chock fulla class privilege: What neither of these groups ever seem to want to acknowledge is that whether or not ...
20 Aug 2008: The Igneous Petrology of Ice Cream
Aimless: · 26 comments
... ice cream mix will freeze it so quickly that stirring is neither difficult, nor tremendously important. The crystals will be tiny no ...
8 Aug 2008: Shirts Belonging to the
Aimless: · 12 comments
... and that women won't trust them to take them," she says. "Neither of those assertions are supported by the data." Dr. Isis discovered ...
22 Jul 2008: Volcanoes Are Good
Aimless: · 17 comments
... Do you want to try life without volcanic sulfur? I don't either. Volcanoes created the continents (and islands). Without continents, ...
Aimless: · 6 comments
... during those 28 years, there was no signal at the geyser either before or after them. That's pretty much where things stand today. The ...
Aimless: · 11 comments
... heap of bricks. Not just any jumbled heap of bricks, either, but a jumbled heap of bricks on your head. Traditional masonry, or ...
19 May 2008: I’d Like to Thank the Academy
Aimless: acknowledgments, gratitude, thanks, writing · 5 comments
... getting over a heat wave here in Berkeley. My office is neither air-conditioned nor particularly well shaded and ventilated, so I've ...
29 Apr 2008: Confessions of a Grad School
Aimless: · 25 comments
... still proud of what I've produced. I wasn't expecting that either. Let me give you the soap opera summary: I burned out during ... job openings in Seattle? *I don't know what that means either; it's a metaphor. And also a Real Genius ...
6 Apr 2008: Giving the Lie: Blogs and Scientific Criticism
Aimless: · 10 comments
... punks at RealClimate, but I have not been fully trained as either a scientist or a journalist; when it comes to matters of professional ...
11 Mar 2008: Jello Salad is a Weird Ethnic Food
Aimless: · 21 comments
... mumble along to the Schnitzelbank Song, I am not German. Neither is my grandmother, despite the fact that that is her first language, or ... European-American whitebread mishmash culture I've got either doesn't exist, or isn't "ethnic". I'm not sure what the people who brag ...
22 Feb 2008: Friday Rock Blogging: Oil Shale
Aimless: · 12 comments
... River Formation to test methods of extracting the oil, either by installing large underground ovens, or by pumping in other chemical ...
12 Feb 2008: Jim Watson, My Racist Corporate Overlord
Aimless: · 32 comments
... should associate with ever. If you need to catch up on either of those things, you can go follow Zuska's links. Nor am I at liberty to ...
8 Feb 2008: Friday Rock Blogging: Gabbro
Aimless: · 19 comments
... what this picture means. And most of you probably don't either, which is okay, because you're not running around the Internets ...
Science: blog carnivals, debunking, geoblogosphere, national pie day, pie charts · 15 comments
... you read this: Diamonds are not made from coal - With either [melt catalyst belt or chemical vapor deposition], nitrogen from organic ... it isn't. Mantle flow doesn't drive plate tectonics, either. But the mantle is 3D. In fact, most things are 3D... except, of course, ...
Science, Whimsy: american geophysical union, Friday random ten, iTunes iChing, science journalism · 20 comments
... data by destroying part of a spacecraft Either a story about explosive volcanic eruptions, or the launch of a new ...
20 Oct 2007: The Spinning Dancer and the Brain
Science: debunking, neuroscience, optical illusions · 77 comments
... between clockwise and counter-clockwise spins - from either side of my visual field. This means both sides of my brain see both ... bistable perception. As an object that can be seen in either of two ways, it's in the same class of illusion as the Necker cube and ...
2 Sep 2007: Why I’m a Geophysicist
Personal, Science, Teaching: college education, turning to the dark side · 5 comments
... fucking crack pipe. I wasn't the only one who thought so, either. I don't have numbers, but I know there was a significant increase in ...
29 Aug 2007: Another Year Older, Another Year Fartier
Whimsy: kids today · 5 comments
... earthquake. Of course, I don't remember Loma Prieta, either, seeing as how I was in Iowa at the time... so perhaps my pedagogy isn't ...
13 Jun 2007: Leaking From the Pipeline (Again)
Personal, Politics, Science: academia, grad school, life as a leak, Phi Delta Qoppa · 14 comments
... a situation that isn't right for me, but I can't do that either. Regardless, even though I'll never have more than statistical fuzz and ...
18 Apr 2007: Lollinks
Links, Personal, Whimsy: cat macros, psychology, test anxiety · 4 comments
... for me. Kitten pictures by themselves don't cut it, and neither do other forms of humor. Maybe lolcats are just the quickest and least ...
10 Apr 2007: Another Earthquake Prediction Failure
Science: earthquake prediction · 4 comments
... will occur, he wasn't able to conclusively rule it in, either - even on an active and well-instrumented fault like the Calaveras, we ...
13 Mar 2007: Science as Culture, and Cultural Depictions Thereof
Politics, Science: science in pop culture, white supremacist capitalist patriarchy · 9 comments
... Of the people depicted on the shirt submissions that had either an identifiable race, an identifiable gender, or both, as of last night, ...
3 Mar 2007: Belated Carnival Post
Politics, Science: academia, anti-racism, blog carnivals, feminism, gender, grad school, scientiae · 17 comments
... be "a woman failure", yet another statistic of how women either aren't cut out for academia or how academia is particularly hostile ...
24 Oct 2006: Hawaii, the New York Times, and Triggered Seismicity
Science: earthquakes, Hawaii, lazy journalism · 9 comments
... on the Pacific Rim; there is nothing special about either the Peru or Papua New Guinea events that would make us go looking for a ...
16 Aug 2006: Oh That Wacky Internet
Links, Science: blog carnivals, Hans Island, Pluto, transphobia · 9 comments
... students - do I ever turn down free M&Ms? No, and neither should you. Canadian geologist violates Danish sovereignty! - I am ...
8 Aug 2006: My Identity is a List of Links
Links, Politics, Science: angst, anti-racism, porous media, sexism, white studies · 15 comments
... respond. These aren't mutually exclusive metaphors, and neither of us is wrong, but when there's significant tension between personal ...
16 Apr 2006: Hello world!
Meta: anonymity, Internet branding, pseudonymity · 12 comments
... apparently the "full backup" button doesn't do that. Neither does your web host - their vaunted "daily backups" only cover your home ...
13 Mar 2006: The Rhetoric of Patriarchy
Human Fuzzies, Politics: feminism, patriarchy, rhetorical tactics, words · no comments
... of the term is echoed by others: I totally agree that neither side of the libertine - anti-sex divide answers the relevant questions, ... saw women using the word, it was mostly because they were either committed to a radical or quasi-radical feminism, caricaturing another ...
14 Feb 2006: You Say Patriarchy, I Say Pahtriarchy
Politics: feminisms, patriarchy, rhetorical nit-picking · 4 comments
... answer to "why not sexism or sexist oppression?" is that neither term, to me, adequately conveys the pervasiveness of said oppression. I ...
19 Jan 2006: Go Grey Lady Go!
Politics, Science: evolutionary psychology, lazy journalism · 2 comments
... counting the lead author, who appears to have either bought in to idea that bullshit evolutionary psychology makes a good ...
19 Dec 2005: Happy Whatever
Politics: atheism, Christmas, holidays, religion, secularism, thanksgiving · 6 comments
... on Christian grounds, to which I say, pfft). You either engage in the work of lifting a holiday from its historical context, or ...
6 Dec 2005: AGU Two
Personal: american geophysical union, beer, conference blogging · no comments
... with them is synergistically more energy-intensive than either form of conversation alone. One person who stopped by to chat was ... their age. They were shushed rather loudly by two people, neither of who understood the correct use of the word "please" (hint: it doesn't ...
16 Nov 2005: On Co-ops and Community
Human Fuzzies, Politics: co-ops, consensus, intentional community · 4 comments
... is a deliberate word choice here; the division is neither particularly sharp nor particularly well correlated with actual time ... please, please, please not interpret it as a judgment on either of the people at issue, because it isn't. I wasn't at Council on Sunday ...
8 Nov 2005: Increasingly Tending to Non Sequiturs
Links, Politics, Whimsy: boobies, geomythology, grad school, memes, myth, patriarchy, rape, t-shirt slogans · 7 comments
... happened, as everything that has happened is probably either boring, embarrassing, or unbelievable.) Then post this in your own ...
16 Sep 2005: Friday Rock Blogging: Portland Cement
Science: cement, rock blogging · 5 comments
... won't appear in this entry, and probably not during orals either, but I'm going to ramble around the production and composition of ...
9 Sep 2005: Friday Random Ten-and-N
Whimsy: co-op living, Friday random ten, Germany, Nutella, search requests, welfare · 4 comments
... So there's no reason to take it away from the unemployed, either. From left or right, rich or poor, princess or prole, Boris Becker or ...
2 Sep 2005: Friday iTunes iChing
Science, Whimsy: Friday random ten, iTunes iChing, search requests, Sierra Nevada · no comments
... of London Danny, or the wife-stealing Danny himself; either way it's not a good sign. I can only hope the Future means I'll get to ... beach to get away from it all. The outcome isn't promising either (or maybe it is promising, delamination is kinda fun) - though the ...
13 Aug 2005: Fookin’ Marketing
Personal, Politics: i hate everything, magazines, sexism · 1 comment
... labeled "auto/hobby" - where "hobby" apparently refers to either yachting or naked women. For shame, Oakland airport gifty shop with the ...
5 Aug 2005: Shark vs. Bear
Whimsy: bears, cultural appropriation, hipsters, sharks, yuppies · 1 comment
... the majors, because I don't see anyone else doing it soon either. Perhaps there's an earlier citation in a 'zine someplace that will ...
15 Jul 2005: Father Dollard’s Hornpipe
Human Fuzzies: folk music, have an mp3, sheet music · no comments
... hornpipe was named after him, but I have no reason not to, either. This is performed by pennywhistler extraordinaire Mary Bergin, on ...
17 Jun 2005: Friday Rock Blogging: Beach Balls
Uncategorized: rock blogging · 6 comments
... how to interpret such a symbol, you need some supplies: either a beach ball that's been constructed with 4 segments (most seem to have ...
1 Jun 2005: Modern Society
Links, Politics: health care, impeach Bush, Internet activism, telephony · 5 comments
... companies had fewer than 20 full-time employees? I didn't either! I have no idea what kind of grace period can be squeezed out of my ...
25 May 2005: For the Record
Politics: feminism, rhetorical tactics · 5 comments
... read. This post will probably not cover much new ground either. First, a heavily abridged version of the conversation, for ...
12 May 2005: Happy Juror Appreciation Week
Personal: jury duty, utter glee · 6 comments
... the county court's seal on it, I won it, and it is mine!). Either that, or researching one's judicial ballot is just plain good ...
25 Apr 2005: Feminisms
Politics: feminism, feminisms, ideological boundary police · 7 comments
... to argue about the truth of them, and anyone who rejects either half of the credo gets army-booted the fuck out of the hairy-legged ...
21 Apr 2005: Brain Asplode
Links: Caltech, compost, grad school, sexism · 4 comments
... about, and I don't expect it to work in grad school, either. I suppose one could always desexualize oneself by gaining a lot of ...
22 Mar 2005: Today’s Reading
Links: American history, rhetorical tactics, socks · 5 comments
... conflict and talking past one another, disputes where neither party is ready to give up their side of the argument. I don't think ...
20 Mar 2005: Stuffed to the Gills
Human Fuzzies: artichokes, butter, decadence · 13 comments
... artichoke leaves. I never thought of artichokes as either decadent or very filling until tonight - the volume of discarded bits so ...
14 Mar 2005: Middle Klass
Personal, Politics: academia, classism, money · 14 comments
... need that job. The feeling that goes along with that is neither hopeful nor positive. The prevailing sentiment chez Wolfangel seems ... many privileged people are nice to waitstaff!" and it's neither polite nor helpful to make assumptions, don't write the middle class off ...
23 Feb 2005: What I’m Reading Tonight
Links, Politics: Caltech, endorsements, feminisms, local elections, Pasadena, political tactics · 7 comments
... that my presence is being co-opted by movements which I either blandly fail to support (animal rights) or actively oppose (violent ...
20 Feb 2005: A Lack of Synergy
Human Fuzzies: muppets, pop · 2 comments
... just the sum of its parts; it was considerably worse than either of its components. And much as I love Vanilla Coke, or better yet ...
17 Jan 2005: The Daily Day: MLK Edition
Personal, Politics: colds, Larry Summers, Martin Luther King Jr., mathematics, nurturing, sexism · 4 comments
... tables. * Provided that said halfwit is neither an economist nor an evolutionary psychologist. Both disciplines have ...
14 Jan 2005: Magical Cow Pr0n!
Links, Politics: earworms, feminism, pornography, sex · 2 comments
... a strip club. I think that's the nut of it: you believe either that sex can stand on its own, or that it falls down without the ...
19 Dec 2004: Someone Has a Small Internet
Meta: fan mail, high school, Internet citizen of the world, nostalgia · no comments
... doesn't think he's lazy, he think's janessa's lazy If either of you were really lazy you'd've been forced to eat your own sled dogs ...
7 Dec 2004: Old Enough to Buy My Own Candy
Human Fuzzies, Links: candy, Christmas, Hanukkah, nostalgia · 2 comments
... when it's in the $1.99 bin? It doesn't quite live up to either the pre-Baroque or the 1980s, but at least the generic arrangements are ...
30 Sep 2004: Debate Livesnarking
Politics: · 2 comments
... mentioning that he doesn't believe in checks and balances either... take a drink! 7:15 - they're talking about "wilting". Presidential ...
13 Sep 2004: No Vegetables for the Poor
Politics: classism, USDA, welfare · 2 comments
... lactose intolerant persons can tolerate cheese. However, neither of my two lactose intolerant roommates were able to do so, and my ...
Human Fuzzies, Science: · 5 comments
... the difference between legitimate work and the Sokal Hoax, either. In part, I think, because I still haven't worked out why literary ...
Whimsy: hair, the alien mothership · 2 comments
... my head is from space! - but no matter how hard you wish neither your hair nor your teeth will pull in signals from the secret ...
25 Jul 2004: Education Reform Blah Blah
Politics: · 2 comments
... The mind-numbing credentialing process didn't put me off; neither did the low pay. What did put me off was the prospect of spending more ...
24 May 2004: Someone’s An Excuse
Meta: · 1 comment
... the Tibetan Himalayas, or perhaps on top of them; either way not a trivial thing to visit. what do they eat Dalai Lamas eat ...
23 Apr 2004: Lazy RSS Roundup
Links: dreams · no comments
... cold and shivering to make the futon rumble. It was neither! How's that for accurate prophesy? Surely some clever genius can ...
11 Apr 2004: Aww Like Plant Kittens
Meta: blogtinkery · 3 comments
New stylesheet, featuring one of my beloved potato-leaf tomato seedlings (try it here if you've got a style-cookie set) and I'm still feeling kinda nerdy, so I might try some more hacks tonight. Maybe everything will break, maybe it won't. WHOOSH! 8:56 ...
1 Mar 2004: hey look I’m trendy
Meta: · 3 comments
... pictures for you! Livejournallers, no pictures for you either until you upload 'em to your own server(s). And sweet jesus fuck please ...
24 Feb 2004: Petty Consumer Activism
Politics: advertising, Food and Drug Administration, funny, open letters, sexism, soup · 6 comments
... evangelical feminism among the customer service department either (yes I do, but I think it'd be more fun to break in with pamphlets so we ...
22 Feb 2004: Le Tutoiement des Blogs
Human Fuzzies: french, net culture · 3 comments
... rest of the comments are all over the map, using either "vous" or "tu" without explanation. DSK himself has not weighed in on ...
24 Jan 2004: PiE Day
Food, Personal: Cactaceae, cactuses, Caltech, national pie day, pie, prickly pear · no comments
... no, not that kind of mystery cactus, and not prickly pear either. I saw it at the store. I think the name ended in tl. Are you guys, ...
11 Dec 2003: Peer Review II
Politics, Science: peer review · no comments
... peer reviews just gets you more peer reviews, which are neither glorious nor superly-duperly lucrative. And there's variously imposed ...
8 Dec 2003: Peer Review the Asbestos Way
Politics, Science: · 1 comment
... from the agency through a contract or research grant (either directly or indirectly through another entity, such as a university); ...
27 Oct 2003: Numbered List: I Am Smoke
Personal: adventures, fascist police states, fire, in the desert · 3 comments
... Destroying It = BIG MARIJUANA BUST! Finding neither pot nor any excuse to search the car again, he left us to wait for the ...
28 Sep 2003: Numbered Notes
Human Fuzzies: · 3 comments
... around his new novel, so he's started a wiki. It's either ambitious or pretentious, but it's probably more pretentious than ...
15 Sep 2003: Shitfaced in Des Moines
Human Fuzzies: etymology, inebriation, Iowa, toponyms · 2 comments
... appropriate as some other nasty city-names: Chicago means either "skunk" or "nasty-smelling wild leek" which is true in some sectors ...
2 Jul 2003: eTextWhore
Meta: · 2 comments
... same $0.50 on ten guaranteed doggy-lovin' click-throughs. Either way, I will have made enough money for a bowl of lentil soup. And I ...
31 Mar 2003: See My Tanned Blisters!
Personal: Hawaii, hawaiian volcano observatory, kilauea, lava trees, papayas, travelogue, volcanoes · no comments
... the night before (don't ask, I don't understand it either, it had something to do with trying to learn to play bridge) and I only ...
10 Dec 2002: Dilemma
Personal, Politics: · 6 comments
Either I should still be working really hard right now, or I have already completed ...
7 Nov 2002: Slurry of Someone
Meta: fan mail · 9 comments
... for anyway? I don't know, Silly Reader. It's probably either a car part, a fashionable organizing device, or a gift item from the ...
9 Oct 2002: Modulo Alphabet Song
Human Fuzzies: alphabets, pronunciation · 4 comments
... meep-meep muppets? The E-Prime kidz might be happy - neither Elmo nor meep-meep muppets make much use of "to be". But Yami sad! Yami ...
5 Sep 2002: Someone’s All Wet
Meta: · 2 comments
... and my lips aren't cracking to hell, so it's not bone-dry either—but real humidity doesn't start until your sweat no longer ...
25 Aug 2002: Confuse the Bubblebots
Personal: · 1 comment
... is overrun with old yuppies in hawaiian shirts. Having neither bleached blonde beauty nor money, I felt completely out of my ...
28 May 2002: Link Your Thirst
Meta: · no comments
... week / Fish Lake Valley non-posting extravaganza. I'm sure either one of them alone could easily outdo my recent lackadasical posting rate ...
8 May 2002: Joys of Bandwidth; Stuff
Human Fuzzies, Personal: · 4 comments
... Salon Selectives sneak has struck again! I am left with neither shampoo nor conditioner and my hair is getting greasy and tangly. Those ...
23 Apr 2002: More Decision Theory
Personal: · 6 comments
... monotonic functions on (Ω, XXX), I am able to verify neither independence nor continuity, and my indifference curves are curvier than ...
17 Apr 2002: surface learning
Teaching: · 8 comments
... unfair. I am not a superhuman curiosity machine and neither are my classmates. I know I'm smart, and I know the material seems ...
10 Mar 2002: Much Ado About
Meta: · no comments
... reading or responding to the entry in the first place either. Today, the main association we're looking at is "people who view ...
6 Mar 2002: Someone’s a Commercial Whore
Meta: · 4 comments
... the universe into two categories, so that everything is either "computer program" or "human"? Such a system seems silly at first, but ...
2 Dec 2001: gender-bender
Meta: · no comments
... except in a couple of dreams, which I haven't blogged either. Which leaves me wondering at the impression people get when they ...
13 Nov 2001: solen skinner så meget
Personal: · no comments
... with blue and there was no water coming out of it either. At first I thought I had woken up in California and this had all been a ...
9 Nov 2001: can’t sleep, blog will eat me
Personal: · no comments
... and I don't care that this continent has never seen either pilgrims or indians - but hey, I'll take any excuse for a good drunken ...
31 Oct 2001: It’s doing weather outside
Personal: hygge, weather · no comments
... thunder, or maybe it was just construction noises - but either way it's got me in the mood for a good storm. Sitting in the library ...
29 Oct 2001: speakin’ the heathen chinee – part II
Human Fuzzies: liberal guilt, tourism · no comments
... I'm travelling abroad, I worry about the fact that I either don't speak the native language, or don't speak it well enough to please ...
28 Oct 2001: speakin’ the heathen chinee
Human Fuzzies: globalization · 1 comment
... which means "cell phone" and has no discernable roots in either German or English. The continuous tenses will go away, and so of course ...
30 Sep 2001: Problem Set #1
Aimless: · 1 comment
... I go out at night, I randomly choose a starting location, either in the city center, or outside of it. 80% of the time, the starting ...
16 Sep 2001: Salvaged Item #2: a list
Aimless: · no comments
... that have led me to believe my life is a surrealist novel. Either that, or the beginnings of something by Neal Stephenson, along the lines ... I don't think the world knows how to write a decent ending either. This list is only the barest scratching at the surface of this issue, ...
Links: · no comments
... my Mandala is burning hot sun and pouring rain that will either burn you or drown you. The arrows in the water are for when people try ...
10 Sep 2001: crush kill destroy
Aimless, Meta: · no comments
... old f2s account, which is now destroyed. Worthy pages will either be preserved in a special "real content" section, or posted as blog ...
7 Sep 2001: smoke-clogged lung
Personal: cbcbc, drinking, life · 1 comment
... and counting. Or else I'm coming down with a something. In either case, today feels like a good day to take a temporary vow of silence, of ...
14 Aug 2001: rødgrød med fløde
Human Fuzzies: Danish, pronunciation · 1 comment
... lots of pretty, flute-like vowels that I can't pronounce either, and the ultimate effect isn't nearly as funny as, say, the Swedish ...
24 Jul 2001: I’m a Poser
Personal: · 1 comment
... Or they might revert back to straight-shot conformity. Either way, they've had the chance to explore something new, and that's a Good ...