Monday, June 11, 2012

Randomness...

...for all you random folks out there...all 3 or 4 of y'all...


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He once had a nosebleed. She solved the problem by shoving mass quantities of cotton up his snoot. However, it was so compacted, that he could not remove it, hence he developed laryngitis and died, as was to be expected with a snoot full of cotton. She didn’t show at his funeral. After all, she killed him, why should she bury him?

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Oh my gosh y'all.  I think that girl is like drunk or on drugs or having a seizure or something.  Ha Ha Ha

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…Oh, by the way, how’s your mother? Yes, your MUTHA…. I know she’s there, because I can hear her BARKING in the background…

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...Thomas Alva Edison suddenly appears in a vision, apparently disgruntled about something…

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The lady at the haberdashery asked me if I needed some help; I said “no thanks, just looking”… then she said “Well, if you need help, my name is Carol…” …weird – she was the first person I’ve ever met that had a conditional identity… what if I DIDN’T need help? What would her name be then? Huh?


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...well, that should hold y'all for a few days, I reckon...

Later, Hu
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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

R.I.P., Ray Bradbury...

...if ya ever wondered who one of Hu's fave writers is, well, now ya know...

Ray Bradbury dead at 91

Bradbury developed his plots in such a fluid manner, and could throw in a 'plot twist' at the most inopportune, but interesting times (well, that's the def of a 'twist', right?)... he often blended the 'mundane' of everyday life into his 'ultimately surreal, yet feasible to an extent' underlying themes of his science fiction novels and short stories....although using the 'science fiction' moniker was more than a bit of a misnomer for his writings, and unfortunately may repel many readers from his writings...which is a shame.

If you've never read one of his, please check one out...I think most of you younger ones have 'Fahrenheit 451' as pretty much 'required reading', which hopefully didn't dampen your experience. If so...try it again...or some of his other great works... 'The Martian Chronicles' is one of my faves...and yes, while it IS one of his more overt 'sci-fi' themes, it still has some great imagery, and an overriding theme all can take something from...

As for me, I'll just say, 'Thanks, Ray'...you showed me the power of the written word, and what can be accomplished with it...