Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Something to chew on

the passing of the soul at death into another body either human or animal.

That raises a few questions. Does the soul have any option as to which body it will pass into? What would you pass into?

I'd pass into a bird of some sort. Not quite sure which sort. If I was ancient Egyptian I'd say cat. Somehow I think lots of others might say cat too. But since I'm not, i think the only thing I would definitly not be is cat. Even though I'd have it pretty good, having humans wait on me and stuff.

I don't know what it is, I just don't like cats today. Weird.

Saturday, June 25, 2005

Word of the day

A new word for today is Epistle. Meaning one of the letters of the New Testament. Interestingly enough, decided to google it. Found interesting things so far.
Epistle stands for The European Process Industries STEP Technical Liaison Executive in one area, the literal definition in many areas, and as a Christian Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People i-zine.
I don't know if anyone has actually written it down anywhere before, but I know an e-zine is an electronic magazine, and I think an I-zine should be an internet magazine. What's the difference? Beats me.
I found the magazine on the intenet using my elecronic computer. That's the difference. Soon there will be magazines and newspapers distributed by electronic means as we move away from paper and towards digital. Then we will have electronic news readings (not a newspaper but a newsscreen) and electronic magazines. They will still be glossy and touched up. But no more sticky pages.
Oh yeah, I went there.
Saturday nights rule.

Friday, June 24, 2005

Things to do when you should be doing something else

Start a blog.
Look up how to spell supposed.
While you're there, find out that the correct definition of supposed does not fit your purpose.
Use "should be" instead.
Remember that there was another word you were supposed to, I mean, were going to look up. (This suppose thing is going to be tough).
The word is saccharine. It means nauseatingly sweet. I forget the context in which it was presented to me. So much for that.
Check my stats in freecell.
Venture into the dark unforgiving world of a sunny June afternoon.
Find a patch of grass and a tree.