Daily archives: January 30, 2007

Smaller Ones Infant Bodysuit

For some reason Cafe Press won’t let me put my “Ooogy Booogy To You Too” image on the front of a baby bodysuit, it has deemed it incompatible with the sizing of the garment or something. Until I work out what the hell that means, here’s a variation on a theme. In this context “Smaller Ones are More Juicy” could be a tasteless reference to eating babies or a slighty less icky allusion to the fact that the little buggers leak over everything. It could even be a sprog level observation on where to get the most milk.

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Survival of the prettiest

Is attractiveness evolutionary?  Take part in the Telegraph’s attractiveness test.  (I haven’t done this myself yet).


Why do scientists sound so unreasonable when debating with Intelligent Design proponents (IDiots, as suggested in the article).

Awwww, poor little drivers

Every month or so some motoring journo or opinion piece hack will rail against the bad behaviour of cyclists because once or twice a week they see one edge through a red light or mount the pavement.  It’s rare to read something like this piece, which highlights the far more dangerous and numerous sins of motorists and gives them the rhetorical slap they deserve for their fake victim culture.

And it’s in The Times, which publishes Clarkson’s whining in its Sunday edition, which makes it even more impressive.

What were the odds of that?

Manchester is to host Britain’s first "super casino", beating Blackpool and Greenwich.  The facility will be in Beswick, close to the City of Manchester Stadium and the huge Asda.  Whilst a big building full of slot machines sounds a dreary prospect to me, I am intrigued by the promise of "an entertainment complex with a range of facilities such as a multi-purpose arena, a swimming pool, an urban sports venue, restaurants, bars, a nightclub and a hotel".