If You Give A Chimp A Smoke ...

Reply Fri 15 Apr, 2005 03:27 am
he'll probably want a soda too.

Chimpanzee told to stop smoking

Most news is self-explanatory, and without much discussion or debate
reveal something about our times. Something hideously, naggingly,
or even blissfully odd.

So, what articles have you seen lately that seem . . . incongrue... inconceiv... incontin...


A bewildering sign of strange times.
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Reply Sun 17 Apr, 2005 06:35 pm
Now, this thing is really weird.


It DOESN'T actually mow the lawn. How odd.
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Reply Fri 22 Apr, 2005 04:51 pm
That's odd . . . Honda Offers Retail Natural Gas Vehicle
Honda said the Civic GX can go up to 220 miles without refueling and costs about 3.75 cents
per mile to fuel. A conventional, gasoline-powered Civic can go approximately 350 miles without
refueling and costs 8.8 cents per mile to fuel.
"The car is clearly not your primary car. It's your commuter car, your secondary car," Lindstrom said.
FuelMaker said the machine is registered as a household appliance and is no more dangerous
than any other appliances that use natural gas.

Am I supposed to register my STOVE? . . Smog it?

What about cooking insurance?

Can I burn rubber if I only have a class-C Frying License? :-( This weird new DMV is gonna eat my lunch!

. . . VERY strange times we live in.
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Reply Fri 22 Apr, 2005 05:41 pm
I'm not sure if this poor guy understands the concept of extension cords.


Oh well . . . We can't really help someone unless they ask.

More Iron Man pictures are over at ExtremeIroning.com which, apart from the strange lack
of extension cords, seems a nice and tidy-enough instructional website. I guess.
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Reply Fri 22 Apr, 2005 08:29 pm
Transgenic Bunny by Eduardo Kac
Born in April 2000, the rabbit is part of a transgenic art project called "GFP Bunny" by
Chicago artist Eduardo Kac. The project not only comprises the creation of the fluorescent rabbit,
but also the public dialogue generated by the project and the integration of the transgenic animal
into society.

It seems to me that the only way a transgenic bunny can be
integrated into society is if we offer to the other rabbits to
take part in a series of Diversity Awareness Workshops.

Otherwise, they'll certainly make fun of and ostracize such wild
avante-garde hare. Or they may even rebel against
their innate artistic orientation, and turn green with envy.

Jellyfish genes, indeed! May as well pierce their nose with
gummy bears to mask the interpretive drift. Either way it's not good.

To remain pure, reproductive arts should stick with albino white.
And black. These are the simple, classic laboratory colors!

Even the post-modern Genetic Savings and Clone remains
faithful to the original genre in terms of composition, balance, and color.

Has the art world lost it's mind? Or progressed beyond our comprehensions?

More of the pleasing aesthetics - of gene chips, chromosomes and genetic
manipulations - are displayed at the Art Gallery at Genome News.
Despite the obvious colors, some of it is quite good.
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