I know times are tough right now, and we've all got a lot going on. But we've made it through plenty of bad times before, and we can do it ag-
WHAT??? We've got to deal with a fucking MYSTERY BLOB, now?!?
We're never gonna make it!!!
Sorry about that.
I'm doing much better now. Thank you, Dustin Nguyen.
And thank you, Peter DeLuise. You guys always know how to calm me down.
Big thanks to Chris, who found what might be the single most horrifying/hysterical article I've read in years.
We've all been keeping up with the Federline's, sure... but this article has more K-Fed quotes per capita than ever before.
It's overload. That's right-- K-Fed overload.
So, in that spirit (not really), here's a test for you. Guess which of these quotes came from Kevin, and which is from famed American physicist Richard Feynman. Never mind that Feynman's been dead for almost 20 years. It's irrelevant, here.
(1) "There are 10^11 stars in the galaxy. That used to be a huge number. But it's only a hundred billion. It's less than the national deficit! We used to call them astronomical numbers. Now we should call them economical numbers."
(2) "WD-40 takes crayon off walls, but that orange citrus oil, Goo Gone? Man, I got gum out of the carpet with that s--t."
Oh, just read the K-Fed article, already. It's gold, Jerry!
Anyone who's ever read about the KLF knows not to completely discount this... however implausible it might seem.
Either way, it makes great copy, huh?
Haven't spoken about any of the festivals lately... here's the newest lineup to get indie boys and girls excited, this time for Seattle's "Sasquatch."
And no, Kurt Cobain will not be making an appearance, so quit thinkin' it.