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Wednesday, December 22, 2004

You Only Die Twice

Quick, get the toilet plunger, as A Midwinter Night's Mare demonstrates we're in some deep doo-doo.

Let's rewind; ~DS~ reminds us that oil in part derives from:
  • cyano-bacteria
  • putrefied bacterial mats
... once living things, then expired, compressed, only to be yanked out of the ground, and then, as a final solution, cremated by primates.

When all is said and done, modern society will, just like algae, leave artifacts, standing edifices, much like the behemoth abandoned Superconducting Super Collider, here.

Some day we will get dug up out of the ground, our rusted parts reused/recycled for a final time.

So what do we do when we go? maybe a message:
  1. A floater left with pleasure in the executive washroom
  2. Leave the plunger stuck in place (ow!ow!ow!ow!owee!)


Professor Blogger DarkSyde said...

TY for running that Web. I've receieved seevral indignant e-mails explaining to me that oil is now known to be a renewable resource so we can use all we want [grin]. The abio's really do exist. I didn't totally believe you at first.

5:15 AM  

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