FRAGMENTIA 13: Bite-sized slices of life

5.28.2006

Week Of 28 May, 2006

HOW HAVE WE SURVIVED WITHOUT IT?
Some time ago I told you about a microscopic computer that had just been invented. Well, I've been unable to sleep since then worrying about how someone might clean off the dust particles that might accumulate on that dainty device. Hallelujah! Science has finally given us the nano-brush. Coincidentally, that's just about the size of brush I need to neaten up my own hair.

THINGS TO PONDER
The Minutemen who keep America's southern border safe are building a fence, "La Pared Grande de Mexico," to keep those heavily armed Mexican migrant families out. Considering the name they've chosen for themselves, should these brave men be forced to carry muskets and wear tri-corner hats?

YOU SAY YOU WANT AN EVOLUTION
Some apes have shown the ability to "plan ahead." They could teach some of my friends and family members a thing or two.

WHAT WEBSTER WON'T TELL YOU
Jerkumcision (singular noun): The forcible removal, often by means of a sharp object, of a loud, obnoxious person from a public place.

OUGHTA BE A BUMPER STICKER
My Hostage Is A Terrific Student At Washington Elementary

SHOUT-OUT TO ALL MY BLOGGAZ!!!
Check out this blogger's site, and be sure to tell 'em Pete sent ya!

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