Wednesday, March 26, 2014

wednesday newstrip

A Chinese news agency says an aircrew has spotted a "spiderman" burglar with a taste for Prada watches & Louis Vuitton bags ∙ Australians have a right to be bigots, having been whipped around by weaker-than-expected imported red squirrels ∙ new research has revealed that sleepwalking can reduce the risk of breast cancer ∙ one of East Staffordshire's worst pests could soon lose his manhood or undergo a sex change after Arnold Schwarzenegger gave one lucky man a chance to crush anything he wants in his tank ∙ a dentist who left a patient with a stormwater drain in his root canal has been criticized by the government ∙ the number of children suffering from tomatoes has doubled since 2011 ∙ most bracket sheets loaded with red X's are bizarre & incoherent, & promote no confidence at all.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Today the
postman brought
me an unemployed
dancing monkey. Put
me down as some-
one who can't tell
a lymph node
from a lung, but I
think there may
currently be a search
on for organ donors.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

wednesday newstrip

A West Australian telescope has captured images of the Pope's tiny Ford Focus blowing up about 12.5 billion years ago ∙ George Clooney likes to wear the shackles of imposed foreign ownership restrictions on his sleeve ∙ Prom Minister Toe Knee Ass-Bit has searched the Yarra River & a rural property looking for evidence in relation to the murder of the Australian dollar ∙ a huge "wet zone" hundreds of miles beneath the surface of the Earth has created a mouse that expresses a fluorescing 'biosensor' in every cell of its body ∙ Russia has denied declaring war as it builds up the number of troops on its border with the Union Movement ∙ Communications Minister Welcome Turncoat has hinted that high-definition satellite imagery would be an ideal tool to use for the cold calls he makes to multinational letter writers.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

wednesday newstrip

Australian police say a German backpacker who'd been missing for 18 days in the Queensland outback survived by eating space junk ∙ a new $150 million centre to combat the growing scourge of dredging at the coal port of Abbot Point will be set up at The International Criminal Court ∙ the battle over Sydney's tattoo trade is continuing to take twists & turns as tales of brutality, ill-treatment & appalling conditions continue to emerge ∙ these may be somber days, but Australia's asylum-seeker detention centers on Nauru & Papua were doused in a liquid & set on fire at an apartment building on Castlereagh Street soon after 6:00 p.m., lending light to the darkness.

Sunday, March 09, 2014

what a difference a few hours makes

Asemicyclone track

we're now living sort of at the apex of a triangle & equidistant from the two (2)s & likely to get severely wet

Non-Asemicyclone track

some hours later it seems like we'll only be farted on heavily as the highwaymen pass by

But information like this is critical to our way of life. Better to be safe than sorry. Thankyou, B.o.M

Friday, March 07, 2014

Wednesday, March 05, 2014

wednesday newstrip

A neighbor of the Government's controversial doctor contracts saying that she heard "bloodcurdling screams" shortly before an entirely new type of black hole—one that's 'super-powered' & highly compact—was recently discovered by an international team of astronomers ∙ electronic spying tools used by the US government has made marine life far sparser & less varied in Arctic depths ∙ a negotiated peace deal between a body building drug & the cost of hotel rooms abroad has received a lukewarm response from the International Court of Justice ∙ another seven cases of measles could end up in the hands of organised criminals & hackers.

Saturday, March 01, 2014


Enrolled at the
university in
for several

years. Now about
to defend her
doctorate. Formal /
public name:


Her private name:
Swede tome, Alabama.