How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Maddy L'Engle and other randomness...

I saw this in nephilimnexus's journal, and was too taken in. Madeleine L'Engle has some choice quotes: "...I sometimes think God is a shit [explitive re-added] and he woudln't be worth it otherwise. He's much more interesting when he's a shit." Or "It takes a lot of intellet to have faith, which is why so many people only have religiosity."

When I lived in Troy, wrought-iron was as common as a cold. In the 19th century there was a major foundry there, and I just love the look of wrought-iron. I never thought that I'd see a car made out of it.

lothie reminded me that I have a mac, sitting in a closet that should be reconnected at some point.

Last, but most definitely not least- we've all seen Mr. Wizard. We've probably done the potato-battery thing at least once, right? At least seen it on TV. Well how much power do you get out of a potato battery? Not much. But, when you use five hundred pounds of them and drive it around in a uhaul you can power a stereo. Though I have to say, 500lbs of potatos don't look like much.

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