Yeah, I’m ready NOW, thanks.
This may be relevant to your interests. (Click the link to Xtranormal.)
I have loved Bruce McCall’s work since I was a kid reading National Lampoon. He gave this talk at Serious Play in 2008, with a nice sampling of his stuff. Brilliant.
I really like Rock, Paper, Cynic (which doesn’t update often enough for my tastes). This four-part Seussian paean to human ordinariness is pretty well done. (Click through and read all four.)
This is lovely. Not all in accord with how *I* envision the faces behind these voices, but totally understandable.
is it April yet? Why not?
Dammit. I am no longer a linguist, so these things are mostly going right over my head.
But it’s a llama. Goddam comedy gold.
How amazing would it be if a lolllama meme made me want to study linguistics again? (Not to mention how unlikely. There may be some Tennessee whiskey involved in my current thought processes.)
But come on. A llama. And linguistics. It’s destiny.
“You may not see it now, but whatever we learn has a purpose and whatever we do affects everything and everyone else. . . . Whenever you learn something new, the whole world becomes that much richer.”
– Reason to Milo, The Phantom Tollbooth
This one seems appropriate to me today.