Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Things Destined to Fail

1. Civilizations
2. Cars (really, the whole Car Experiment)
3. Health
4. Me on philosophy papers.
5. Most businesses
6. A lot of relationships (and nowadays, most marriages)
7. Get rich quick schemes (regrettably)
8. Data projectors
9. Anything harebrained (that's what made it harebrained, poindexter)
10. Attempts to read "Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand
11. Opuses (Opi? Anyway, that's why most people aren't famous.)
12. War
13. Attempts at AI
14. Exercise regimens
15. New Year's Resolutions
16. Ed Tuttle
17. Besiegings
18. Souffles
19. That flying machine with the guy tied to weather vanes.


Michelle 2021 said...

I think the weather vane thing stood a chance if it weren't for that pesky tail wind that always kicks up.

jeremy said...

1. Hey, I've read a passage from "Atlas Shrugged" in my Business course. I think it was talking about how greed is good.
2. One of the first things a computer scientist learns: Artificial Intellegence isn't.

Laverna said...

1. Any one in the mood for a really good souffle (that didn't fail) should go to the Yellow Dog Eats in Orlando, FL.
2. This is also a great excuse to go to Flordia.
3. Their cheesecake ain't too shabby either.
4. If one were to use the vocabulary of my instrumentation teacher last semester it would be, "It's sick! And by sick I mean emphatically good."

Territorial Soufleé said...

I would hope that souflee comment was some sort of below the belt attack against the already endangered Great Golden Idaho Territorial Souflee. You must have meant another kind. Perhaps the Lesser Mottled Vagrent Translyvannia Souflee. That makes more sense.

Territorial Soufleé said...

was Not...I meant was Not. Stupid words in my innerdialog that don't appear on paper.

T.R. said...

and looks like technology has not solved that problem for you yet either.

by "soufflee" I meant anything I pull out of the oven that I intended to look like a soufflee.