Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Monday, October 30, 2006
Mullet love. Mr Dick Small, back by popular demand.
Searching for the Cool...
I now have the electric cool I have longed for. I expect the 42 Chicken Paris clones to come flocking. I might even go shopping to Wal*Mart, and parade up and down, clucking.
Saturday, October 28, 2006
Tears of a Clown.
I do gest postal for Sans partenloony, he ask. I toor your great Americas nation YAS!, to receive cultural learnings for make benefit glorious nation of Kazakhstan.
In case you do not gess, I are foreign.
It was very excit to meet all the peoples at party of Brazil Zed, She is very clean.I read some of peoples on pantys blog sandwich such as anne big cans. She is not clean. she have bugs. I LIKE! YAS!, she can come Kazakhstan anytime. We have bugs too! At party, I meet many girls on beach who go with me to edge of forest for goose liver to make sexy-time!
I arrive with son Bilak who is eleven years old and his wife & baby doter. We bring baby to sell to jolly laura croft for american dollar. we try to sell to singing transvestive madonna but my producer Asimat Bagatov refused entry to england for sex cryme.
Jolly Laura! She is a nice!, how much is she? I have dollars!
Wa Wa Wee WA!
I am very famous in my country of Kazakhstan. I am fourth most famous person. My sister, Natalia, is #4 prostitute in Kazakhstan. This make me very proud. This year she receive award from chamber of commerce for best sex in mouth. I LIKE! YAS!
I have three sons, Bilak, Biram and Huey Lewis. My wife is Roxanna, she is NICE! YAS! I have picture below.
She is dead now. At night I have better one! YAS!
I love your US end A. you so civilized. you have very clean crack hours and I buy slaves cheap.
I have movie too Cum see my movei.I love you all US end A.!
Wednesday, October 25, 2006
Obviously I don't have sufficient funds to honor this check.
But, anything to make Dick & Nick happy.
Monday, October 23, 2006
Sunday, October 22, 2006
In Honor of Laurianne.
This is for Lynda.
I found this while searching images on the web.
It must be evidence of something. Can Mr. Dick Small shed any light on it?
Support your Local Mom.
Sorry if this offends Mel. I didn't have your email, so I have cropped the original a little. If you wish it taken down, please let me know. If you wish the full graphic posted, again let me know.
Friday, October 20, 2006
Heroes are made of this.
I know who's Boss.
Wednesday, October 18, 2006
Tuesday, October 17, 2006
It is a passive legacy entertainment medium and simply cannot compete with an interactive fun fest of 'blogging'.
I use 'blogging' emphasised because I do not believe this will be the final name. Someone will think of something better, more elegant. That is the way with bloggers; they are elegant societies, full of wit, fun, intellect, social & moral comment and charm. They are not divided by reality markers such as color, religion, ethnicity, class or wealth, but by something more real, much deeper; closer to the tribal roots of the human condition, something I do not know the name for, but we all recognise it immediately.
I'd like to call it 'Home'.
Monday, October 16, 2006
Free Ice Cream!
Sunday, October 15, 2006
Saturday, October 14, 2006
Maybe treasure will be found?
Thursday, October 12, 2006
The Fours Meme.
FOUR JOBS YOU'VE HAD IN YOUR LIFE
2. Maintenance Engineer.
3. Equipment Engineer.
4. Test Engineer.
FOUR FICTIONAL JOBS YOU WISH YOU HAD
1. Retiree in training.
2. Dalek Engineer.
3. Sinecure Engineer.
FOUR MOVIES YOU COULD WATCH OVER AND OVER AGAIN
1. That Sinking Feeling.
2. Local Hero.
3. Millennium Man.
4. I Robot.
FOUR CITIES YOU'VE LIVED IN
1. I have never lived in a city.
FOUR TV SHOWS YOU LOVE TO WATCH
1. BBC version The Office.
2. The Simpsons.
3. Doctor Who.
4. Star Trek original series.
FOUR PLACES YOU'VE BEEN ON VACATION/TRAVELED TO
1. Brindisi, Italy.
3. Cozumel, Mexico.
4. Corfu, Greece.
FOUR WEBSITES YOU VISIT DAILY
2. Casual Slack
4. Two Can Anne - amongst others...
FOUR OF YOUR FAVORITE FOODS
2. Piece & Jam.
3. Special Buryani & Peshwari Nan bread.
4. Another piece & jam...
FOUR THINGS YOU WON'T EAT
2. Celery with snails.
3. Celery with slugs.
4. Celery with bird droppings.
FOUR THINGS YOU WISH YOU COULD EAT OR DRINK RIGHT NOW
1. American Cream Soda.
3. Cremola Foam.
4. Bar None Bar.
FOUR THINGS IN YOUR BEDROOM
1. 50" Plasma TV.
2. Bags of Money.
3. Two Teleportation Pods.
4. A Fireplace.
FOUR THINGS YOU WISH YOU HAD IN YOUR BEDROOM
1. 80" LASER TV.
2. Framed Pic of the Saco River in New Hampshire.
3. Mission style furniture.
4. Walk in closet.
FOUR THINGS YOU ARE WEARING RIGHT NOW
1. Black Cotton Trousers.
2. One grey sock.
3. One brown sock.
4. Rugby shirt.
FOUR PLACES I'D RATHER BE RIGHT NOW
1. On holiday.
FOUR FICTIONAL PLACES I'D RATHER BE RIGHT NOW
1. In a rhubarb tree.
2. The Restuarant at the End of the Universe.
4. Outside the asylum.
FOUR PEOPLE YOU'D REALLY LOVE TO HAVE DINNER WITH
1. Steve Martin.
2. Douglas Adams. (sorely missed.)
3. Steve Wozniak.
4. Tommy Flowers.
FOUR FICTIONAL PEOPLE YOU'D LIKE TO HAVE DINNER WITH
1. Dirk Gently.
2. Arthur Dent.
3. Ford Prefect.
4. The Doctor.
FOUR MORE PEOPLE YOU'D LIKE TO HAVE DINNER WITH
1. Eva Cassidy. (sorely missed.)
2. Rutger Hauer
3. Bunnie Huang.
4. Elkie Brooks.
Wednesday, October 11, 2006
It's a good job I am anerd otherwsie I might not have noticed this.
Fun, Fun, Fun...
Afraid of Commitment?
I seek your blessing or otherwise. ChickenParis wants the ceremony in the Little White Wedding Chapel. I need your ideas on how to smuggle her into the cabin with me when we fly to LA.
Sunday, October 08, 2006
Then I remembered Two Can Anne had a horsetail butt plug for sale on eBay. She says it's new, but what do you think? Surely I could get plenty of reverse DNA from that?
Well, the samples amplified OK, and when fed into the ITGR pod with ChickenFly, produced the results as shown below.
I shall not give up! No matter how tired I am, no matter how long it takes I shall get his Chicken Head back.
Meanwhile, ChickenParis and I are stepping out tonight... Well can you blame me...?
Wednesday, October 04, 2006
Unless you know otherwise...
Tuesday, October 03, 2006
Blue Beak had just come back from his screen test, he was happy and upbeat, having had a really sucessful day. He had agreed his contract, and was ready to sign.
I had just finished the code for the ITGR and was about to run a test. I needed a live subject.
Yes, he 'volunteered' . He complained bitterly as I thrust him into the test pod. "I don't trust you" he said.
How right he was. In my enthusiastic rush, I had neglected to check for Brundelfly. It was hiding under his feathers. I have seen those films many times; I've even had lunch with Jeff Goldblum.
I still screwed up. Go figure.
Ladies & Gentlemen, I give you Chickenfly.
I am working feverishly to correct this small error.
Monday, October 02, 2006
Some guys in kilts...
Sunday, October 01, 2006
It occurred to me that a newspaper is really a blog. An old technology blog, a legacy blog where one to many communication takes place with limited feedback.
This has also happened to me with the television news.
I know that we are in the midst of a revolution.
I never intended to be a blogger. It has been only five weeks since my first real post, and it has been a learning experience and great fun. My perception of blogs previously was that of an online diary, dutifully kept by someone wanting to share their thoughts with the world.
This could not be farther from the truth, albeit that some people do work this way.
I have not watched much TV over the past five weeks, nor have I slept as much as I need.
What I see are online communities, many many virtual communities, like small towns, fuelled by the rise in broadband, these online towns structure themselves by like interests and by the ultimate communication tool, human intellect.
Obviously real human interaction plays a part where people who physically know each other communicate, but their online communication also serves as a value indicator of the existing residents to other potential residents of the online community, drawing those attracted to that online community.
This view has actually spilled over into reality in my friend Doctor Mom's blog entitled 'You've got 2 B Kidding' where she is cleverly using online contests to attract visitors with the reward of virtual occupancy.
I have lived through many communication fads. I have experience of bulletin boards and citizen's band radio, and I see many elements of those incorporated into what is happening, although this is much more revolutionary. Bulletin boards did allow many people to exchange messages, but never all members in real time. And they were slow, painfully slow. CB radio did allow all members to listen and contribute, but only locally and in real time.
This, whatever its final name will be, allows Global participation in what is essentially real time, and also allows storage so that anyone can leave a message when others are elsewhere.
This is new; this has never been possible before with a mass communication tool. TV & Radio are usually one to masses tools, telephony is usually one to one, newspapers are one to masses, with feedback on a views page, but usually the next edition or next day.
Email can be one to many or many to one, but only if you know the address.
Blogging allows masses to masses communication, with everyone both receiving and contributing material in an endless exponential positive feedback loop.
With blogs you can skip through from blog to blog, like the pages of a catalogue, reading & commenting on those that take your interest. And thus virtual communities build up. We now have blogs emulating tribal existence and doing virtual battle with each other, determined by the number of visitors.
We also have the rise of the new online celebrities, whose talent is clear in their blogs, and as such draw huge numbers of visitors who like what they read and will become repeat visitors.
This can be worrying as the normal funding route for consumerism, namely advertising is losing readers from TV and Radio, and is turning to these online communities to increase their exposure. This shift from normal advertising routes can allow people to make a living from their blogs, but this in my view, can create a perverse incentive to attract visitors solely to increase advertising revenue.
Yet, it has been only five weeks since my entry into this existence. There is much I do not know, and many other things may be clear to others who include me in their online world.
As such, I invite you all to comment, giving your views and whether you think any or all of this post is ill informed or true.
We are in the midst of an evolution. It will evolve and adapt as people and technology always do. I don't know which way it will go, whether it will get better or worse.
But this I know, I like it. It is addictive; in fact it can become the main drive in your life, to the exclusion of all else, including eating and sleeping.
Trying to keep a real perspective is difficult. What happens when your virtual life becomes better than your real life......what?