Where am I now?

As you can see, this blog hasn't gotten any love in many years... But you can now find me on my site jessicatravels.com.

01 April 2006

The Wisdom of William Bragg

William Bragg has posted so many things lately that I've saved, I'm dedicating an entire post to them:
  • For some reason I find these two stories (here and here) oddly related (though the second one is distinctly more hysterical than the first)...
  • Pandas are a trick?
  • This made me want to get a hybrid car even more.
  • I find this story really outrageous, and wish I could say it was hard to believe.
  • This was a whopper of an expensive burger. (Yes, pun intended.)
  • When I was in high school, a "Bible as Literature" course was offered for seniors by the English department - and I took it. I actually really enjoyed it, because we just talked about the stories as stories. As a result, I know quite a bit more about Biblical references in popular culture than one would expect a lifelong atheist to know. This, however, is another thing entirely.
  • I hadn't seen this before - but even if it's been widely referenced, it warrants being referenced again.
  • I think my British friend Matt might take issue with this.
  • I'll end with this one, which seems to embody the idea of a "slow news day."

3 comments:

Will said...

Ok, 'Wisdom' & 'William Bragg' in the same sentence - yes, Jessica you have mastered the art of sarcasm. ;)

I'm flattered, really.

One other thing - you left a comment about getting out for more photos, rather than just 'snapshots'. I was thinking about getting a few bloggers together as a meetup/photo-taking gathering. What do you think?

Will said...

(damn, double commenting...)

I can't believe I missed it before, April 1st and your post title. lol.

Jessica said...

I didn't mean it as an April Fools thing at all, Will, really! I didn't even remember the date until I'd already fallen for about three online gags... I'm so gullible... ;)