Monday, March 1, 2010

Pesudo-Random Thoughts

My attempts to write something clever or captivating today have failed. So, I'm giving up. I'm just going to throw some pesudo-random stuff out there and see what sticks. Maybe I'll expand upon them later. Probably not. Here's what has been running around in my mind:

  • I say "pseudo-random" because true randomness is elusive. The so-called randomness you see advertised in things such as games of chance are seeded randoms, which means that they still have a degree of predictability.
  • I am a personal friend of Art Vandaley.
  • I become a zombie sometimes whenever there is a Star Trek marathon on.
  • I use this blog as a means of procrastination.
  • I've gotten better at cooking, but my latest attempt at chili was confiscated by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
  • I think the Sonic commercials are hilarious. It's all in the delivery. And, anything Molly Erdman is selling, I'm buying.
  • I can't spelll.
  • I wonder if Mario ever gets insanely pissed when that damn mushroom dude tells him that their princess is in another castle. 
  • The earthquake in Chile shifted Earth's axis by 2.7 milliarcseconds and shortened the day by 1.26 microseconds. These changes are imperceptable, but the conspiracy theorists will no doubt be out en masse. Maybe I'll even come up with one.

1 comment:

  1. More than a little creepy about his wife.