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


The other day, while I was talking to God, I had to ask, "What exactly would you _call_ your profession?"
"I guess you would have to call me a cosmologist," was his reply.
"You study the Cosmos? But you made it!"
He paused for a moment, and rudely cursed the English language in words I shall not repeat. "Should have never let you monkies create language. I meant cosmotologist!"
"A cosmotologist?"
"Yes, I dab a little foundation over the imperfections and hope nobody notices."

Showing another legitmate use of P2P software, I downloaded Charlie Chaplin's Modern Times, from '36. I have never before _seen_ a Chaplin film, and I was terribly pleased. If anyone wants a copy, let me know, and we'll find a way to get it to you.

Actually, come to think of it, it may _not_ be Public Domain after all, being that it was '36. Making it not a legitmate use of P2P- however, I am also downloading one of his films from 1926, which is completely legal- The Gold Rush.

Now I just need to track down some Buster Keaton.

All this because I happened to watch Benny 'n Joon recently.

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