What ho, what ho, what ho? Bob here coming from the beautiful garden state of New Jersey in the charming burgh of New Brunswick. I’m presenting a paper and participating in a panel discussion on science and literature tomorrow at the Northeastern Modern Language Association conference. I finished my paper tonight and will spend the morning tootling around the booksellers’ stalls and gracing various panels with my presence. Directly after my talk, I will be hopping into a cab for the train station and heading into New York City for NECSS. I am indescribably excited about that. It’s going to be a fun weekend.
But, wait, you are thinking. What about the global conspiracy to put microchips in our heads and kill the weak and inconvenient? Who will warn us about those? Ah, never you worry. Others are taking up the cause and waging the battle on wikipedia. Earlier this evening, Eve sent me a link to the entry on FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the chaps who proved themselves the model of efficiency and competency when New Orleans was hit by Katrina. Anyway, as you know, FEMA are the ones who are preparing the extermination camps, as the breathless wheezing of the unmedicated mentally ill will attest to on youtube. The front page was pretty funny:
But to get to the meaty stuff, you need to go into the discussion pages:
Ah, that makes me very happy. What do you think the odds are that, deep down, the conspiracy theorist doesn’t accept the decision?