Monday, January 30, 2006

Class of Civilizations

Τhe Word of the Prophet vs. the Word of the Profit.That's what WWIII is about.And for both sides,there is only room for the Preachers in the Paradise (and they don't even have to wait for the afterlife).The rest are cannon fodder.
Write it down, kids, this is a sure winner for history exams 20 years from now.

Saturday, January 28, 2006


Women desperate enough to go through the process of surgically enhancing their natural gifts,should at least take the time to make a market survey so that they can install the extra components that would REALLY put them ahead in the competition:

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Truth be told

Sunday, January 22, 2006

Why Snowmen Are Stinkin' Capitalists

-They wear a tall hat.
-They are frozen inside.
-They use a carrot to do their job
-They feel right at home at the Swiss Alps
-What is considered gloomy conditions for normal people, is good news for them.

Saturday, January 21, 2006

A New Hero

Details soon.Just a pinup for now:

This is a collaboration project,so most credit belongs to the mastermind behind this project.As i said, details soon ;-)

Friday, January 20, 2006

The power of Blogs

Suddenly, there's Osama all over the media.Wow, Osama, didn't know you were reading my blog!(but I have to warn you, before you become all chummy, that I am considered an infidel for at least 36 religions I know of, plus 12 I haven't heard of, 3 of which are doubting my terrestrial origin).

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Where the Sun Doesn't Shine

I'm not a summer person. Gimme a long, dark, Icelandic winter night and I'm a happy puppy.
Today it is the first sunny day after a two long period of extremely cold weather.Everyone is cheerful, energetic and somehow optimistic that there is a bright future ahead.
Poor, misguided creatures...
Someone should tell them that the fact that light affects their lives is the first (or the last) sign that they have been turned into vegetables.
We should fight all this misconception.We should write articles, papers and blogs that will tear down this fog of lies (or should I say "sunbath of lies?").
We should talk writers and journalists into presenting a cloudy sky as a protective blanket, and casting the Sun as a villainous sneaky bastard full of eye-destroying properties and cancer-inducing radiations.
We should bankroll thriller films casting the Sun as an evil presence.An individual buried up to the neck in the desert sand waiting for the sun to cook his scull is an excellent idea, but even a sun-worshipping Incas Cult sacrificing virgins to the "great eye in the sky", will do.

Or maybe we should nuke the thing and be done with it.

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Phases of the moon

Thursday, January 12, 2006

By the way...

Has anyone (anywhere) known of any progress towards finding that Osama guy about whom a whole "war on terror" started, a war i might add that currently seems to be enjoying a permanent vacation in Iraq?

Just asking, thankyouverymuch.

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Class of '82

There's a special section in my DVD collection called "class of '82". For some reason, that film season (82-83) produced an impressive line-up of some of the best sci-fi & fantasy films ever! "Blade Runner*."Tron"."E.T." "The Dark Crystal"."Star Trek II: "The Wrath of Khan".I even throw in the mix "Conan the Barbarian". Man, THAT was a good year and I was JUST the right age!
apparently, after that, the industry was so spent that it took until "Terminator II" for a really good fantasy movie to come out again.(And after that we had to wait until "Gattaka" and "Dark City".

(* actually I "blade runner" is not yet in my collection due to "doublepurchasephobia": that's the completely rational fear that the "no-extra-features" DVD you bought will be followed in the foreseeable feature by a deluxe 4 disc megaset you just gotta have!).
(*One of the things I certainly would like to be erased from my memory, is the "geek-debate" with a friend of mine, about which movie was more "realistic": "Blade Runner" or "the Temple of Doom"? Flying Police cars existing only in a designer's fantasy, or mine cars that we know exist but defy gravity nonetheless? Yeah,I know:pathetic!)

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Narnia (yet more nastiness against):

I guess early persecuted Christians must be really proud that some 2000 years later their fellow-minded descendants pack a theatre to cheer for the lion...

Monday, January 09, 2006

Typical Greek News Panel

Sunday, January 08, 2006

How moving!

The recent earthquake that was felt throughout all Greece found me in the john, reading a stupid TV magazine.Any and all of the above facts have more to say about the insignificance of human existence than all the volumes of Philosophy in the world.
(Or at least that would hopefully be the angle of coverage the reporters would choose in case i was found buried in debris: "therein lies a great philosopher who even in his death had something to teach us about the human condition.")

Friday, January 06, 2006


I hear that the movie "Narnia" is becoming the favorite flick of hardcore Christian groups, who organize grouped visits in theaters showing the movie.Much to their surprise, hordes of godless/agnostics/unfaithful freaks do NOT boycott the movie, as they seem to believe is the norm to treat works of art one does not like.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Exercise your Spook Muscle

I only post this quiz because nowadays there is an abundance of direct or implied threads from certain leaders of the "free world" directed at anyone who dares uncover anyone from their ring of spies.A death threat was enough to skyrocket the carreer of Shalman Rushdie, why not mine? (yeah, i know the answer: talent!)