Thursday, April 2, 2009


I just finished watching the new LOST episode, and I think there are a lot of people still confused about what's going on even though Hurley and Miles pretty much summed it up. Now we just need a 'Desmond is Special' episode to cap it all of. Here's a piece of work that'll get you caught up to speed with this time travel "bid-ness". (that was super lame, but I just caught up on The Office too).

Listen, if you don't watch LOST you should read this too, because it explains some pretty heavy shit, and in terms even a kook like you would understand.
Just imagine that your Daddy is the smartest man who ever lived on Earth, and he knows everything there is to find out, and he is exactly right about everything, and he can prove he is right about everything. Now imagine another little child on some nice world a million light years away, and that little child’s Daddy is the smartest man who ever lived on that nice world so far away. And he is just as smart and just as right as your Daddy is. Both Daddies are smart, and both Daddies are right.

Only if they ever met each other they would get into a terrible argument, because they wouldn’t agree on anything. Now, you can say that your Daddy is right and the other little child’s Daddy is wrong, but the Universe is an awfully big place. There is room enough for an awful lot of people to be right about things and still not agree.

The reason both Daddies can be right and still get into terrible fights is because there are so many different ways of being right. There are places in the Universe, though, where each Daddy could finally catch on to what the other Daddy was talking about. These places are where all the different kinds of truths fit together as nicely as the parts in your Daddy’s solar watch. We call these places chrono-synclastic infundibula.

The Solar System seems to be full of chrono-synclastic infundibula. There is one great big one we are sure of that likes to stay between Earth and Mars. We know about that one only because an Earth man and his Earth dog ran right into it.

You might think it would be nice to go to a chrono-synclastic infundibulum and see all the different ways to be absolutely right, but it is a very dangerous thing to do. The poor man and his poor dog are scattered far and wide, not just through space, but through time, too.

Chrono (kroh-no) means time. Synclastic (sin-classtick) means curved towards the same side in all directions, like the skin of an orange. Infundibulum (in-fun-dib-u-lum) is what the ancient Romans like Julius Caesar and Nero called a funnel. If you don’t know what a funnel is, get Mommy to show you one.

--A Child’s Cyclopedia of Wonders and Things to Do, Doctor Cyril Hall
My mexican room mate just told me that April Fools day happened in December (in Mexico) and that you're allowed to borrow money and not pay it back. I don't think that's such a good idea for banks during these TET's. (Tough Economic Times)

If kids are doing what music videos are telling them to do, I can only see big things happening after they watch this:

GLC ft. Kanye West - Big Screen
Source; Hypetrak
Fedoras and ill fitting suits?

This guys name is Arlo Weiner, son of Mad Men director Matt Weiner. Dresses fresh, check him out he was in GQ. Were you in GQ at 8 years of age? He's more popular than you already.

1 comment:

  1. at eight years old he already has my marriage proposal. too soon?