So Tell Me ... What's The Weather Like on YOUR Planet?

30 August, 2007

The Power of Weird

I have occasionally been known to comment that humor is guerilla thought. It gets in under the armour, provokes this involuntary twitch, and then sits there to be thought about. It's one of the reasons I love reading Terry Pratchett now that he's learned to write, and can't currently reread Jingo.

Anyway, that being said:

Clowns successfully rout KKK rally. (Trigger warning, article contains apostrophe abuse.)

Discordianism at its best and most succesfful, warping minds in productive directions.

Hail Eris, man.

4 comments:

lilcollegegirl said...

That is very awesome. All Hail Discordia!

EthylBenzene said...

Yes, this is not the best political climate for Jingo.

How awesome was Thud, tho?! And have you been reading the Tiffany Aching books?

Ok, ok, sorry ... not the point I guess :D

Dw3t-Hthr said...

Nobody. Shall keep Vimes. From reading.

Dad gave me the Aching books for Christmas last year, actually, so I have 'em all to that point.

I'm actually, when I get my act together, planning on doing a series of articles for Rending the Veil, an esoteric webzine I write for/edit for, about magical paradigms and Terry Pratchett. ;)

EthylBenzene said...

Awesome Dw3t. You rock.

I can't WAIT to get the Tiffany Aching books for my neice when she's old enough (um, she's only 1...)!!!