Friday, March 23, 2007

two thoughts for the day

  1. My horoscope from Free Will Astrology:

It has been too long since you visited the Middle of Nowhere. You’ve been a fixture in the heart of a well-defined Somewhere for quite some time. But now, Taurus, you need the enriching confusion of the cosmic, huh?! It’s prime time for you to wander out into the fertile chaos of the what the hell!? zone. Have fun! Don’t forget to writhe! Now please repeat and repeat and repeat after me, slowly building from a smirking giggle to a cackling belly-laugh: Where am I and how did I get here?!

(now i will have to ponder this one; i have definitely visited That Zone quite a few times, but has it been that long~i’m not so sure…)

  1. i’m not sure whether this is tragically ironic, some (very) weird kind of poetic justice (in a way i'm obviously unaware of), or just sad; but it is definitely noteworthy:

After campaigning for three years to have authorities remove a massive tree stump from Ontario’s Lake St. Clair, insisting that it posed a hazard to snowmobilers, Robert Case, 47, died when his snowmobile struck the stump.

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