Wednesday, August 03, 2005

some random scattered fish

courtesy of blogger buzz, the Nonist has published a special pamphlet for those afflicted with blog depression, & CNET has a top-ten internet fad list. (just, you know, doing my part.)

found a creepy schoolgirl film at ifilm. creepy. was glad to not have to be anywhere near a school for a bit.

the 2005 Hugo awards are ongoing, & if you have the time, follow your fish to some class-A SF.

& i've just learned the answer to a burning question: why do men have nipples? apparently, everyone starts out the same, & by the time a fetus decides to be male, the nipples are already there.

& i'll just assume everyone wants to see the giant catfish.

for reasons best kept quiet at the moment, i'm going off with schoolgirls on the brain...

4 little fish:

Blogger Carl V. swam up to say...

Ah, the nipple question! That explanation makes it even more understandable why men are so obsessed with breasts! We wanted them from the get go and then they were taken away from us! :)

You know how occasionally your eyes play tricks on you and you read words incorrectly? Well on my first run through this post I read 'creepy schoolgirl film' as 'creepy schoolgirl FARM' and I had very interesting visuals running through my head!

I haven't read anything on the Hugo lists this year except Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell so I guess I'm partial to that one.

12:47 PM  
Blogger Daniel Heath swam up to say...

re: nipples, did you know that in the late 18th century a Dutch aristocrat was born entirely without nipples, and when he reached puberty he developed the ability to walk through walls? he was blinded in a kiln accident when he was only nineteen, but he retained a keen interest in the visual arts and was reputed to have been a skilled sculptor, although no examples of his work remain.

9:15 PM  
Blogger Daniel Heath swam up to say...

ps - Jenn, I think you need to tell us a story about schoolgirls.

pps - and I finally finished the story of your angel.

9:17 PM  
Blogger jenn see swam up to say...

carl v: that interpretation makes perfect sense to me.

as for the schoolgirl farm, when you said that i was inundated with images from Battle Royale--have you seen it?

monkey: those mad dutchmen. was the lack of nipples a symptom of some genetic tendencies that altered the flow of matter? or just coincidence? or is it nipples that've been holding us back all this time?

poll: would you give up your nipples to walk through walls? hmmmm...

& the angel story is a most magnificent tangent.

12:03 PM  

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