Saturday, 11 June 2011


You'd think that in the 21st century, the age of scientific enlightenment and dwindling religious superstition, that this would be a non-issue, or something like it. But we're talking about the human race here. And, for all the intelligence that we pride ourselves on, we can be pretty damn stupid sometimes.

A rumination on ruminations

I could say something sensible like "I have a lot planned for this blog", but I'm not a fan of white lies (or am I? PARADOX). But essentially, my approach to blogging will be much like my approach to everything: do it when I feel like it, on random stuff that catches my interest! Read on, though, if you wanna get a more detailed insight into what I might produce!

Who is me?

One quirk of the English language is our completely irregular conjugation. Or in other words, the way we change words according to how we use them. "To be", for instance: in the infinitive it's "to be", but then it goes "I am", "you are", "he/she/it is", "they are". And then there's the pronouns themselves. I, me. He, him. She, her. Am I the only one who finds that strange?

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